RYAN LEWIS (Director/Editor) – Ryan has more than thirteen years of experience working in commercial, film and television production. As the founder of Cider Mill Productions, Lewis has firmly established his reputation for creating clever and engaging films. To date, Lewis' work has received more than 30 awards from film festivals nationwide and has been mentioned in Time, The Onion, The Guardian, Entertainment Weekly's "Must List" and featured on the Independent Film Channel.

Lewis is currently developing a feature length film entitled Emulsion. In addition to writing the script, he created a sixteen-minute short film of the same name, which serves as an extended trailer to garner the attention and backing required to produce the entire film. Further information on Emulsion can be found at

MICHAEL MANEY (Director of Photography) – Michael discovered film at an early age, and began to produce his own work shortly thereafter. Numerous titles emerged, including the award-winning short Until Tomorrow. In 2004, Maney teamed with Ryan Lewis to produce a series of short films and in a two year span the duo released Glorious, Infamous: The Pelagrino Brothers, HereAfter, Justice In Bloom and The Tao Of Tom. In addition to his film work, Maney has an accomplished career creating commercials for companies such as Visa, Procter & Gamble and Simon & Schuster Inc.

ALAN PATRICK KENNY (Music) – Kenny is the co-founder and Producing Artistic Director of New Stage Collective, now in his fourth season. Last season, Alan directed NSC's regional premiere production of Kimberly Akimbo, which recently won two Cincinnati Enquirer Acclaim Awards, and the multimedia Cincinnati premiere of Sunday in the Park with George. Kenny received is Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance-Music Theatre from New York University at the Steinhardt School of Education in May 2004. A self-taught pianist, Alan works frequently as an accompanist, vocal coach and musical director.

MEGAN PRESSLEY (Prop Master) – Originally from Asheville, NC, Megan has been working in props artistry and management since graduating with a B.A. from King College in Bristol, TN. She is planning to attend Ohio University in the fall of 2009 to get her M.F.A. in Props Artistry and Construction. This is her third season as Props Artisan for the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company.

KELLY MENGELKOCH (Production Assistant) – A Kansas native, Kelly has worked regionally with St. Croix Festival Theatre, The Old Creamery Theatre, Kansas City's New Theatre, and most recently with The Human Race Theatre Company and New Stage Collective. She is currently enjoying her fifth season as a member of the Core Company at the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company.