NEVERDARK SERIES 2019Outstanding stories brought to life by expert performers for one-night-only shows.
Sunday, September 15 @ 7:30pm | Tickets $25 Center Section Only
The Fisherman’s Wife
A Film by Ron Wyman
The wife of a fisherman lost at sea struggles with denial, loss, grieving and acceptance.
Andrea Lauren Goldman
Director – Ron Wyman
Producers – Andrea Goldman and Ron Wyman
Assistant Director – Scott Caron
Cinematography – Ron Wyman
Editing – Ron Wyman
Screenplay – Andrea Goldman and Ron Wyman
Music – Max Richter and Chris Decato
Zero Gravity Films and Viscus Films
Ron Wyman (Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Cinematographer) founder of ZeroGravity Films, creates documentaries about politics, world culture and the arts. For the past several years he has been working extensively in Africa. Having spent over three decades as a film maker, he has worked as a DP and editor on feature films, is an award winning DP/Producer of documentaries and was freelance for the CNN political division for 16 years. He has also worked for Michael Moore’s The Awful Truth, Candid Camera and Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher. His feature documentary, Agadez, the Music and the Rebellion travels with Tuareg nomads of the Sahara Desert and profiles the extraordinary Tuareg guitarist, Bombino. While shooting the film, he also produced Bombino’s acclaimed CD, Agadez which launched Bombino onto the world stage. His second CD, Nomad was produced by Dan Auerbach and was released on Nonesuch Records in 2013, and his latest album, Deran, recorded in Casablanca was nominated for a 2019 Grammy. A new film project is in development in partnership with Tunde Jegede, titled The River Niger Project and will explore the music culture along the Niger River and will feature many of the legendary musicians of West Africa.
Andrea Goldman (Producer, Screenwriter) Originally from St. Louis, Missouri. Training: New York Stella Adler Studio Conservatory and Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, England. Andrea is the co-founder of Viscus Film (www.viscusfilm.com) in Los Angeles, whose most recent short was nominated for 6 categories at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards and garnered two wins. She is the Co-Artistic Director of The Box Collective (www.thebox-collective.com). Her performance background comes from creating experiential performance in New York and Europe, where she has been featured in The New York Times for groundbreaking work that challenges the notions of traditional forms of theatre. She believes in exploring provocative themes that hit the audience right in the gut–evoking visceral sensibilities and leaving a lasting imprint on the psyche. Recent theatre credits: Roxane in Cyrano (East Coast Premiere/Boston Globe Critic’s Pick), Kia in The Last Schwartz (IRNE Nom for Best Supporting Actress), Olivia in Twelfth Night, Calpurnia in Julius Caesar (Alvin Epstein Dir.), Winter in Malefactions, i wrote on your wall and now i regret it (Ming Pfeiffer/Kat Yet), Frankenstein, (Drama Desk Award Nominated), young ensemble at Pearl Theatre Company, and The Rover (Bristol Old Vic). Andrea is an alumni of The Flea Theatre. She plans to continue performing, while developing her own original pieces in the process.
Scott Caron (Assistant Director) is a director, actor and educator. Originally from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, he is now based out of New York City. Scott is a co-founder of The Regatta Players, a company he administrated from its 2010 inception until making his directorial debut with their 2017 productions, First Date and Evita. Acting credits include: The Imbible (Off-Broadway at New World Stages), Rent, Jesus Christ Superstar (Fiddlehead Theatre Company), A Christmas Carol (The Hanover Theatre), All Shook Up, Les Misérables (Mac-Haydn Theatre), Comedy of Errors, I Remember Mama (Monomoy Theatre), Equus, Company (Playhouse on Park). Scott is also a coach for Shrewsbury High School’s Speech and Debate Team with state-level and national champions in drama and public speaking. He holds a BFA in Music Theatre from The Hartt School (University of Hartford). www.scottcaron.com