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When Avery Ross, the CEO of a family run chemical company, is extorted on the eve of her company’s IPO, she must decide whether to go along with her father and do the unthinkable, or forge her own path forward.

Starring Caissie Levy as Avery Ross, CEO of Dawson Chemicals, and Thomas Kopache as Dean, her father.

About the Cast & Crew


Caissie Levy

Caissie is currently originating the role of Elsa in the Denver world premiere and Broadway productions of Disney’s Frozen. She recreated the iconic role of Fantine in the 2014 revival of Les Misérables on Broadway, and is best known to New York and London audiences for originating the roles of Molly in Ghost, and Sheila in the Tony Award winning revival of Hair. Ms. Levy’s other Broadway credits include Elphaba in the Broadway and Los Angeles productions of Wicked, Penny in the Broadway, 1st National Tour, and Toronto companies of Hairspray and Maureen in the national tour of Rent.  Off-Broadway, she starred as Patti Davis and Julie Nixon in the world premiere of Michael John LaChiusa's First Daughter Suite at The Public Theater, and as Sara in the Off-Broadway production of Murder Ballad. She played opposite Aparna Nancherla in the short film, Ms. Bula Banerjee

Thomas Kopache

Thomas Kopache began his acting career after returning home from Vietnam in a production of South Pacific at the Naval Base in Coronado. CA. He went on to receive his MFA at CalArts, tour Europe with his theatre company Camera Obscura and settle in New York City at La Mama where he worked with such notable directors as Tom O’Horgan.  In New York Thomas worked on Broadway appearing in productions of Our Town and Orpheus Descending and Off-Broadway at the NYSF Public Theater and Manhattan Theatre Club.

In 1991 Thomas moved to Los Angeles where his feature credits included No Country for Old Men (SAG Award Best Ensemble), Zodiac, Catch Me If You Can, Leaving Las Vegas, Ghosts of Mississippi, Stigmata, and Star Trek: Generations.

Thomas has the distinction of being one of only a handful of actors to appear in a Star Trek feature and all the new Star Trek TV series.  His other television credits in Los Angeles included the popular series The West Wing, Boston Legal, Six Feet Under, Big Love, Brothers & Sisters and Desperate Housewives.

In 2012 Thomas returned to New York City.  Since his return he has appeared on The Tick, MacGyver, Code Black, The Good Wife, The Blacklist, Person of Interest, Zero Hour, 666 Park Avenue, White Collar, The Gregory Brothers’ pilot; and has had recurring roles on Sneaky Pete, Odd Mom Out, Eye Candy, Turn, The Knick and Jessica Jones.

Thomas also had the pleasure of appearing on Last Week Tonight With John Oliver as the Catheter Cowboy. Thomas can be seen in the upcoming features 37 and The Sounding


Written & Directed by Michael Wooldridge

Michael is a New York City based writer, editor and filmmaker. While this is Michael's directorial debut, he has the good fortune to build a career working in post-production  in the film industry for directors such as Ben Stiller, Jody Hill, Brian Taylor, and Gideon Raff, and for editors like Tim Squyres, Greg Hayden, and Brian Berdan. Michael loves the collaborative aspects of filmmaking and believes that the best directors present a clear vision of their film, and trust their collaborators to help them execute it.



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