Besides plans for Off-Broadway, Broadway and Vegas productions of Parallel Worlds, Brandon has a live action/animated feature film in development called MK-ULTRA: Sex, Drugs and the CIA.  Brandon wrote and directed the independent feature Remarkable Power! starring Kevin Nealon, Tom Arnold, Nora Zehetner, Kip Pardue and Dule Hill.  The film opened a nation-wide theatrical run headlining Carmike Cinemas’ Independent Film Series in March ‘09 , launched its cable premiere on Showtime and appeared at over 40 film festivals winning several awards, including: Best Picture/Director (FirstGlance Philadelphia), Best Picture/Screenplay (HD Fest, Los Angeles), and Best Feature (ACE Fest, New York City). On the writing front he has optioned several screenplays and sold a one-hour pilot, Darkside, to Fox Studios.  

STEVE SOBEL, Songwriter/Lyricist

Steve is an award winning filmmaker and writer who has been collaborating with Brandon for the last 25 years. His work writing the lyrics for the songs in a show with such an intricate musical landscape is one of his proudest and most unique accomplishments of his career.

STEVE TATE, Tate Theatrics Executive Producer

PRODUCING CREDITS: The Blue Flower (Second Stage Theatre/American Repertory Theater), The Wonderful Mr. and Mrs. O'Leary, Here Today (Theatre Row), Onward (59E59), The Four (The Hudson Guild Theatre), Green Eyes (Theatre 80)

From developmental readings, nonprofit regional, national tours, commercial Broadway and Off Broadway productions, Tate Theatrics serves as the artists' Producer in bridging their work to a life on stage. As a full service theatrical producing office, Tate Theatrics has cultivated intimate and collaborative relationships for over a decade with a variety of established and burgeoning playwrights, Tony award-winning composers and actors, Broadway directors, international producers, lyricists, musicians, and artists alike in both New York and London to create and promote theatre around the globe. 

Steve Tate has worked in commercial and nonprofit theatre for over 17 years whose production, The Blue Flower, made it's Off-Broadway debut at New York's Second Stage Theater after an award-winning regional run at Diane Paulus' American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) with fellow producer Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Godspell).  He serves on the Benefit Committee for The Dramatist Guild Foundation, celebrating almost 55 years of aiding and nurturing writers for the theater. Steve was also named one of seven American Producers to participate in London’s inaugural US/UK Exchange presented by The Old Vic with the aim to generate more collaborative transatlantic productions.


General Managers Frankie Dailey and Joey Monda founded DMM to bring a fresh, new perspective and expertise to theatrical productions, readings, showcases and events.


Broadway: Allegiance. Off-Broadway: Disaster!Don’t You F**king Say a Word, Inner VoicesThe BullpenThat Physics ShowUnbroken CircleA Persistent MemoryC.O.A.L. (Confessions of a Liar), Masterworks Theater Company, The Playroom Theater, Normativity (NYMF 2016), One Child Born (NYMF 2016), Voices for the Voiceless (The St. James & The Al Hirschfeld Theatre on Broadway), Concert for America.


Broadway’s Concert for America, Musical Theatre Factory, National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Pressing Matters (Theatre Row), Parallel Worlds. Additional work with the Broadway League, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the Actors Fund and Playbill.

Eli Zoller, Music Director

Music director, orchestrator, and multi-instrumentalist based in New York, Eli's experience has taken him to Broadway and Off-Broadway pit orchestras as well as multiple theatres and organizations here in New York and around the country. Recent stops include New York Stage and Film, The York Theatre, National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Papermill Playhouse, Geva Theatre, and Weston Playhouse among others. Resident music director and guitar studio director for New York Vocal Coaching in Manhattan. University of Michigan Musical Theatre graduate. Love always to Mel and Maggie, his Ohana!

JIMMY MAIZE, Stage Director

Writer/director/designer and member of Tectonic Theater Project.  Tectonic projects include 33 Variations (Broadway, starring Jane Fonda), The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later (BAM), One Arm (The New Group), as well as teaching Moment Work nationally and internationally through Tectonic’s Education and Community Engagement Department. 

Writing/Directing credits include The Temple Bombing (Alliance Theatre, GA), Harbored (En Garde Arts / Arts Brookfield / LMCC's River to River Festival), Burn The End (The New School), and John Muir Wolf (Whitman College).

Additional directing credits include his critically-acclaimed 100-actor adaptation of Spoon River Anthology (The Invisible Dog), BOSSS (En Garde Arts), The Tempest and Much Ado About Nothing (Classic Stage Co), You’re Invited  (Old Vic, UK), Look Ma, No Piano’s (54 Below), A Different Kind of Animal (Theater Row), Ring of Fire (Endstation Theatre Co.), Hypochondria by Kyle Jarrow, and his mash-up adaptation of A Dream Play and The Seagull (Columbia University). 

As a playwright, he is a recipient of the first annual Bailiwick playwriting award and David Nord Award for his interview-based play In One Room, which has been performed nationally.  He has made original plays and musicals from archived material, interviews, fiction and poetry, including a folk musical about John Muir, a punk rock musical about Arthur Rimbaud, and a large-scale civic spectacle about Lewis and Clark.  Additional writing credits include Between Life and Nowhere (Old Vic, 3-Legged Dog), In The Belly(Player's Loft), as well as numerous adaptations.

He is an Associate Artist of Classic Stage Company, an Old Vic New Voices Fellow, an SDCF Observer, a Princess Grace Nominee and received his MFA in directing from Columbia University’s School of the Arts.  Member SDC.

David Bengali, Projection Designer
Josh Liebert of Gareth Owen Sound, Sound Designer