An actress and producer, originally from Colombia. She performed in many different theaters in Colombia such as Teatro Barajas and Taetaro Nacional, where she played the lead in Mother Courage and Her Children. In Teatro La Candelaria, she was part of the creative ensemble Saltimbanqui. She graduated from the visual arts department of Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Directed and produced the documentary Marina y Jorge – Vida Encontradas, as well as the short film Fotoaguita, which participated in the Cartagena Film Festival.
Rodriguez moved to New York where she produced Colombians soups and commercials. Her NYC credits as an actress include the theater productions of Dolores, Lady Fatima and The Poor Door. She graduated from The Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute, NYC.
Michal Birnbaum was born and raised in Israel, in an Ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. She spent her military service at the Israeli Army where she served as an arts & entertainment reporter at the IDF radio station. Upon finishing her service she moved to NYC, graduated from the conservatory program of The Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute, and was also trained at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting.
NYC theater credits include Uncle Vanya and A Dybbuk for Two People at The JCC Manhattan, Pet Lawyer at The Gallery Players, Tartuffe at The American Theater of Actors and Lord Byron’s The Inheritance at The Davenport Theater. Birnbaum plays a principal role in the feature Nerve, directed by Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost (Catfish) and starring Emma Roberts. Her voiceover experience includes the popular video game Wargame: Red Dragon, as well as commercials and radio dramas.
Critically acclaimed actor, born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Twersky now splits his time between LA and NYC.
He won numerous awards for his acting, including:
– Best Actor for “Felix and Meira” – 2014 Torino International Film Festival
– Best Actor for “Felix and Meira” – 2014 Amiens International Film Festival
– Special Jury Prize for Acting in “Where Is Joal Baum” – 2012 Starz Denver Film Festival
– Nominated: Jutra Award for Best Supporting Actor in “Felix and Meira”
Nancy Castro is from a small town in Colombia. As a child, she belonged to her town’s dancing group and participated in school plays. She moved to the US at the age of 25, worked as a Spanish teacher, and in 2011 decided to quit her job in order to pursue an acting career. Nancy has performed in various independent films including Times Like These, Uproot, Un Suspiro Cucuru, and Conflictus; and has been cast in supporting roles in films such as Top Five, Our Brand Is Crisis, and Going In Style. She was nominated for Best Actress at the 2015 California Women’s Film Festival for her protagonist role in the film Times Like These.
Nati was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He has appeared on the most recent season of Orange is The New Black, Girls and various shorts and independent films. He made his stage debut in 2015 as the lead in Dead Dog, put up at Manhattan Repertory Theater. Division Ave is his first role in Yiddish.
Isabella Carreras was born in Mineola, New York and is currently in the 2nd grade at Lee Ave Elementary School in Long Island. She loves to act, dance and swim. Her parents are from Peruvian descent and she is fluent in English and Spanish.
Isabella is funny, hardworking lovely girl who has no fear of being the center of attention. She hopes one day to be a professional chef!
Ronen is a NYC-based actor and graduate of Northwestern University (B.A. in Theatre and International Relations – Summa Cum Laude). Recent credits include Untouchable (with Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston), Mysteries at the Museum (Travel Channel), Odd Mom Out (Bravo), and a Ginger Minj music video. On stage, Ronen has also been seen as the Emcee in Cabaret (Broward Stage Door Theatre), Jackie Mason in The Jackie Mason Musical, and Eugene in Grease (Royal Caribbean – original cast).