Dominick LaRuffa Jr – Dominick is establishing a reputation as an in-demand screen actor, and is set for starring role’s in multiple 2016 feature film’s, including, Men of Violence and All Mobbed Up, both directed by iconic New York filmmaker John A. Gallagher as well as Marcus Mizelle’s newest film, The Slice is Right. His theatrical accomplishments include appearances in a variety of roles on New York theatre stages most recently including; How Alfio Learned to Love, My Big Gay Italian Wedding and My Big Gay Italian Funeral, Joe Pepitone in the NYC reading of Mark Medoff’s new Broadway-bound play, Marilee and Baby Lamb, and Moritz Stiefel in Spring Awakening. As a Broadway producer, his body of work includes All The Way (Tony Award), You Can’t Take It With You (Tony Nomination), On The Town (Tony Nomination), An American in Paris (Tony Nomination), Deaf West Theatre’s Revival of Spring Awakening (Tony Nomination), China Doll starring Al Pacino and American Psycho. LaRuffa holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Pace University.
Rufus Bonds, Jr. directs Once on this Island at 3D Theatricals in CA.
Jessica Myhr stars as Audrey in Leading Ladies at Arts Center of Coastal Carolina.
Joshua Warr directs Orion at the Studio Theatre at Theater Row.
Larry Daggett books the role of Sir Lawrence Wargrave in And Then There Were None at Judson Theatre Company.