Love's Labour's Lost
  • Rachel Ravel (Princess) is an actress based in New York City pursuing her degree in acting at Fordham University Lincoln Center. University credits include The Great American Novel Project (first production) and Top Girls. Rachel has performed regionally with the Hangar Theatre in The Golem, The Velveteen Rabbit, and Oh Oh You Will Be Sorry (first production). Upcoming Web Series: Tuff Boys. Other film and TV credits include Glass, Little Miss Perfect, and Murder Made Me Famous on the Reelz Network.
  • Patrick O'Hare (Ferdinand) is an Austinite and a member of the Stanford class of 2017. Love's Labour's Lost is his first feature film. Past stage roles include Octavius Caesar in Antony and Cleopatra, Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing, and Orpheus in Eurydice.
  • Riley Rudy (Rosaline) is currently a student at the University of Southern California ('19) studying Theatre and Cinematic Arts. She has also studied at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and The Yale Conservatory for Actors. Her past roles include Sally Bowles in Cabaret and Betty Meeks in The Foreigner. In the future, she hopes to pursue a career in either film or theatre in Los Angeles, California.
  • Max Green (Berowne) is a student at Bard College ('17) in the Theatre and Performance department. He lives primarily in New York but originally hails from Austin, TX. His previous filmography includes productions such as Frame Switch and Austin High. In the theatre, Max has performed in Assassins (Lee Harvey Oswald), Into the Woods (Baker), Spring Awakening (Hanschen/Otto), and Don Juan (Don Carlos).
  • Chloe Hooks (Katherine) is an Austin-born actress and student. She is represented by the Los Angeles branch of Principato-Young Entertainment and will graduate from Duke University with degrees in Theatre and Literature in 2019. She has trained at the Yale Summer Conservatory for Actors and at Jocelyn Jones Studio in West Hollywood, and she could not be more honored or proud to be part of Love's Labour's Lost.
  • Chase Doggett (Dumaine) is a theatre major at Northwestern University ('19). Some of his favorite roles have been Ellard in The Foreigner, Ariel in Spirits to Enforce, and of course, Dumaine in Love's Labour's Lost. He is currently a member of the improv group The Titanic Players in Chicago.
  • Cate Gilham (Maria) is a native of Texas, raised in Austin. Her documentary "On Shaving" won Best Film Production at the Girls Impact the World Film Festival at Harvard University in May 2016. During the summer of 2016, Cate combined her passions for filmmaking and women's empowerment by making a film documenting her experience traveling the globe with EBW2020 founder Ingrid Vandervelt as she marches towards empowering a billion women by 2020.
  • Cal Ussery (Longaville) is currently a student at Westlake High School ('17) in Austin, TX. After high school, he plans to pursue acting in college. Some of his past favorite roles include Orlando in As You Like It and Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.
  • Makaa Copeland (Moth) greatly looks forward to joining the Northwestern University class of 2020, where she will pursue a degree in Theatre. Her previous roles include Lenny in Crimes of the Heart, Morticia in The Addams Family, and Wanda in Wanda's Visit. She has loved working on this film and in the Austin theatre community.
  • Nikhil Prabala (Boyet) is a member of the Stanford Class of 2019 majoring in electrical engineering. He's been involved in theatre throughout his life, most recently playing the Emcee in Cabaret. He is also an aspiring novelist currently editing his first completed manuscript and writing a few new ones.
  • David Moxham (Don Armado) has been involved in acting from the age of eight. In college, David studied Performing Arts and Musical Theatre, and then moved to London to study at The Academy Of Live and Recorded Arts, where he completed a Masters Degree in Acting. Since then, he's worked in France, the UK, and now the US. His previous work has included co-starring roles on NBC and HBO, voice-over parts, and multiple short and feature films. Love's Labour's Lost has been one of the highlights of his journey so far. Look out for him at Austin Film Festival this year in another independent feature from the weird and beautiful city of Austin!
  • Rob Novak (Costard) is an Austin area actor with versatile range, playing Brecht to brand new plays to, of course, the Bard. He has also appeared in commercials, TV shows, and his most recent feature DisAssociationville has been accepted into over 40 film festivals. Rob earned a BFA in acting from Texas State University, and while there, spent a summer session with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-Upon- Avon.
  • Tate Allyn (Jaquenetta) started her journey at The University of Southern California, where she was the Commencement Speaker for the School of Theatre. Post-graduation, she turned into a YouTube pop phenomenon with millions of views on her viral hit, "Mass Text." Love's Labour's Lost was a dream production for her to be a part of, combining the wonders of classical Shakespeare with modern-day comedy.
  • Robert Stevens (Dull) has made it his life goal to perform in all of Shakespeare's plays. So far he has made it through 24 of the Bard's 37 plays, appearing with such companies as Austin Shakespeare, The Baron's Men, City Theatre, Something for Nothing Productions, and many others. Some of his favorite Shakespeare roles he has played include Malvolio in Twelfth Night, the Duke in Measure for Measure, Kent in King Lear, and Buckingham in Richard III. He has also appeared in numerous other classical and modern plays: this year alone he has played Dr. Lyman in Bus Stop, Lord Cheney in Arden of Faversham, and Gerardo Escobar in Death and the Maiden.
  • Jake O'Hare (co-director, co-producer): A recent graduate from Colorado College with a degree in Classics and Film, O'Hare works as a multimedia producer in Austin, often filming musicians such as Graham Nash, Kurt Vile, and Lucius. O'Hare is ecstatic to be working on his first feature film.
  • Jennifer Sturley (co-director, co-producer, screenplay adaptor) is a local Austin artist with a background primarily in Shakespeare and theatre. She studied Theatre and Education at Smith College before returning to Austin to work on Love's Labour's Lost. Sturley's passion is for making Shakespeare accessible and exciting for a younger audience.
  • Tom Rosenberg (director of photography) is a recent graduate of the University of Texas's Film Production MFA Program. His other films include Nothing Human (Locarno International Film Festival), Nanavira Hamuduruo, You Do Not Know Me, and Rehearsal.
  • Alexandra Malick (executive producer): Following in the footsteps of her husband, Malick is a local Austin actress and producer, through her company Hen Party Productions. She is known for The New World, Red Lotus, Thin Red Line, Honky-Tonk Heaven: Legend of the Broken Spoke, Red Wing, and Ain't It Cool With Harry Knowles.
  • Gill Holland (executive producer) is an American film and music producer, currently living in Louisville, Kentucky. He owns The Group Entertainment LLC, which includes a film production company, talent management division, music company, and an art gallery. He has produced over 100 feature films, including Hurricane Streets (Sundance Film Festival), Inside/Out (Cannes Film Festival), Sweet Land (Independent Spirit Awards winner), Dear Jesse (Emmy nominee, Independent Spirit Awards nominee), FLOW: For Love of Water, and Were the World Mine. Holland's music production company, SonaBLAST! Records, is providing a majority of the music for Love's Labour's Lost.
  • Mike Dolan (supervising producer) is an actor, director, and producer, known for Hamburger Hill, Lolita, Biloxi Blues, and Dance With the One (Sundance Film Festival).
  • Grey Ellis (editor) is an Austin-based film director, editor, animator and screenwriter who has been making movies since the age of 11. He studied Film Production under multiple industry professionals at Chapman University's renowned Dodge College of Film and Media Arts and has directed/edited several short films including Bad Trip (starring Bollywood up-and-comer Harsh Kapoor), the award-winning Crisis and THE END, a post-apocalyptic action-drama. He currently works as a freelance video editor in addition to developing an adult animated series he hopes to pitch soon.
© Annabella Archacki 2017