honor society short film

 

TIA WORKMAN | emily

TARA STALLION | constance

ALEX JOHNSON | eric

BRENDAN HANCOCK | peter

LISA Y. WONG | mrs. lee

Brendan is an actor and comedian who is originally from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, but currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio where he is finishing his B.A. in Communications and Theatre Arts at John Carroll University.  Some of his previous roles include The Dentist from Little Shop of Horrors, The Leading Player from Pippin, Andrew from I Hate Hamlet, Ken from The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, and Aegeus from Medea.  Brendan studied comedy and acting at The Second City in Chicago as part of their semester long Comedy Studies program, and plans to move there following graduation.  

Lisa has been involved with a variety of projects ranging from big Hollywood productions, to independent films, to local television shows.  Lisa has appeared in the films Foxcatcher (2013)Promised Land (2012), and Alex Cross (2012), as a background artist.  She can also be seen in the locally produced films The Kings of Summer (2013),  Underdogs (2013), Made In Cleveland (2013)The Wind is Watching (2013)Parallel (2013), and The Deprogrammer (2013). Lisa  has also appears on television for Crime Stoppers Case Files: Southern California - Willie Pigram/Herbert Pryor Homicide (2012), cable TV and web series OCA Image TV Ohio, and commercials for Vitamix and the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Tara is presently at Laurel School in Shaker Heights OH. Highlights from the stage include leading roles as Jack in Lord of the Flies and Pheadra (original: Myrra) in Metamorphosis. Tara plans to further her studies and passion for theatre in college. She also has a keen interest in community service and screen writing. This spring she will be stage managing the musical Little Women and looking forward to graduating high school.

Alex is a recent Visual Arts graduate from VMCAD (Virginia Marti College of Art and Design) and has a passion for film, bikes and acting.

Tia Workman is currently a high school junior, however she attends Lakeland Community College, OH, where she recently made the Dean’s list. Tia plans to further her passion for performing arts at a higher level once she graduates high school. She is an award winning singer and dancer, having won awards for her performances at the ARTS talent showcase in Orlando, FL, in 2011 and 2012. Tia has held roles in Seussical, West Side Story, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and Hairspray. Tia will next be seen in Cats at the Geauga Lyric Theatre.  This summer she plans on spending a month in India on missions and humanitarian work. Honor Society is Tia’s first role in a film production.  Tia just returned from New Zealand visiting her grandparents.

©2014 Tiffany Ann Laufer

WILLIAM C. LAUFER | head of the board

William C. Laufer’s feature film, Christmas At Maxwell’s received a theatrical release nation wide.  He served as Writer/Director/Co-Producer and actor.  Bill has produced both feature and documentary films to include The Acorn Penny, If You Listen and The Lost Sparrows of Roodepoort. 


He appeared as Father Johnston in the feature film Christmas at Maxwell’s and as Head of the Board in Honor Society.

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