Christina Norcia (“Skylar”)
Christina is a longtime member of The SOURCE and previously portrayed Skylar in the stage version of The Holding Cell. She has starred in numerous SOURCE projects, including Freefall – The Web Series, Boost, The Tobacco Club, and the award-winning public service announcement Ask Her. She is a former member of the Sarasota Youth Opera and currently appears as the host of Fem Rouge, an online video magazine.
Tsadok Porter (“Officer Angela Williams”)
Tsadok is a founding member of the West Coast Black Theatre Troupe and has appeared in nearly every show since the Troupe’s inception. Since the age of five, she has appeared in numerous productions at the Sarasota Youth Opera, Golden Apple Dinner Theatre, and Players Theatre of Sarasota. Tsadok sang background for recording artist Chadwick and co-wrote for world-renowned rapper Trina. She has a B.A. from USF with a concentration in performance and is a devoted mother of her young daughter, Cynthia.
Jack Polubinski, Jr. (“Logan”)
Jack has been a member of The SOURCE for several years, starring in the stage version of The Holding Cell, Freefall – The Web Series, Boost, and Ask Her. Outside of acting, Jack is the owner of Underground Auto Styling, a successful business with two locations in Sarasota.
Frankie LaPace (“Georgie”)
Frankie created the role of Georgie in the original stage production of The Holding Cell. While in high school, he was a core member of The SOURCE, starring in productions including The Tobacco Club. Frankie studied acting at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and is currently a professional actor based in Brooklyn. His recent credits include an appearance in a Converse digital short shot by LA photographer Kevin Zacher and animation character work in Nintendo Wii’s ‘Skylanders 2: Giants’.
Eric is an actor and musician making his debut performance in The Holding Cell. He graduated from Riverview High School in 2013 and is currently studying business at State College of Florida.
KT Curran – Writer, Director, Editor
KT Curran is the director of SOURCE Productions. An award-winning, Equity actress and playwright with eleven plays published worldwide, KT has led the SOURCE to national prominence with theatre and film productions reaching thousands each year. SOURCE plays have been performed at national conferences across the US and Mexico and at a command performance for members of Congress.
Lisa Brandy – Executive Producer
Lisa Brandy is the Founder and Director of Brandi’s Wish Foundation, created in loving memory of her 18 year-old daughter, Brandi Shea Meshad, who died of accidental drug poisoning. Following her daughter’s death, Lisa dedicated herself to educating parents and teenagers to the dangers of abuse and misuse of prescription drugs. Through her work with the Foundation, Lisa has met with the governor and attorney general of Florida, was invited to the signing of Florida’s Pill Mill Bill, and has become a pillar of the recovery community and a much sought-after motivational speaker.
Alex Stafford – Producer, Director of Photography
Alex is an editorial and corporate photographer serving Florida and the southeastern United States with experience in all formats of film and digital photography. Alex Stafford Photography specializes in digital post production services range from basic retouching to compositing, special effects and VR compositing. Alex also served as cinematographer for previous SOURCE productions Boost and Freefall – The Web Series.
Brad Bryan – Producer, Art Director, On-Set Sound
Brad Bryan provides video production and graphic design services through BRAD!BRYAN Multimedia. Brad has worked in the art department of several independent films and national television programs/commercials and directed his own award-winning, feature-length documentary. A longtime SOURCE collaborator, Brad’s credits include Boost, Freefall – The Web Series, The Tobacco Club, and numerous PSAs.
Zara Barrie – Producer, Costume Designer, Hair & Makeup
Zara is the Assistant Director of SOURCE Productions and is an accomplished director, theatre teacher, and actress. She has a degree in Acting for Film from the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and has appeared in a variety of television pilots, independent features, award winning short-films, commercials, print-ads, artistic photo-shoots, as well as serving as a spokesmodel and beauty ambassador. Zara is the director and host of video blog Factory Girl.
Danielle Garone – Assistant Director
Danielle graduated from Ringling College of Art + Design, where she studied photography and sculpture and worked in various capacities on several student films. Since graduating, she has worked on several local TV spots, and The Holding Cell is her first project with the SOURCE.
James Hope – Music Composer
James is a multitalented musician and composer who works as a promotions assistant for iHeartRadio. A graduate of Full Sail University, James’ credits include previous SOURCE projects Boost and Freefall – The Web Series, as well as numerous recordings with his band.
Gabriel Hernandez – Colorist, Assistant Editor
Gabriel is a photographer, digital artist, and post-production specialist at Alex Stafford Photography. His work includes numerous successful ad campaigns and film projects, including previous SOURCE productions Boost and Freefall – The Web Series. Gabriel is also a musician, illustrator, and martial arts enthusiast.
Frank Enright – Sound Mixing
Frank is a veteran post-production sound mixer for TV and film, voiceovers, podcasts, commercials, and the web. His regular clients have included Showtime, Comedy Central, UNICEF, Saturday Night Live and HBO. He is also a film/tv music composer and sound engineer. Previous SOURCE projects include Boost and Freefall – The Web Series.
Joey Tricarico – Title Designer
Joey is a video production and post-production professional who specializes in video editing and motion graphics. He has worked as a commercial producer for SNN Local News 6, and his previous credits include work on ABC’s Cougar Town and Free Ride. Joey brings his impressive skills to the SOURCE for the first time on The Holding Cell. He is also a musician.