SETH PANITCH heads the MFA and Undergraduate Acting programs at The University of Alabama, and is a professional director, actor, published playwright and screenwriter, who has worked from Havana, Cuba, to New York, to Los Angeles.
Seth also plays the role of Dr. Feldman in Service to Man.
AARON GREER is the director of the Film and Digital Media Program at Loyola University in Chicago, and is an award winning independent filmmaker, whose work has screened at the Tribeca and American Black Film Festivals.
LAMMAN RUCKER is a veteran film and television star, perhaps best known for his roles in Tyler Perry’s productions. He co-starred in “Why Did I Get Married?” (2007) and “Why Did I Get Married Too?” (2010) and later had a starring role on Perry’s sitcom “Meet the Browns” reprising his role as Will from the feature film of the same name.
MORGAN AULD earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the State University of New York in Purchase, NY. He has experience acting for both the stage and screen, having worked with John Cameron Mitchell, Philip Seymour Hoffman, John Slattery and played Romeo at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
CHRISTOPHER LIVINGSTON’S work as an actor has taken him from supporting roles in regional theaters on the West Coast all the way to Off-Broadway plays in New York City. He performed in the CBS television series “Unforgettable” and was nominated for a Grammy Award for his voice-over portrayal in the Blackstone Audio production of “Hamlet.”
SYDNEY MORTON plays the role of Cheryl Overstreet in the Spike Lee Netflix series “She’s Gotta Have It.” She has performed on Broadway and on national tours of “Flashdance,” “Motown,” “Evita,” and others, as well as in regional theaters around the country and in film and television. She is trained in musical theater (BFA, U of Michigan), Shakespearean theater (The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts), and dance (Cincinnati Ballet, Ohio Dance Theater, etc.).
LEOPOLD MANSWELL has lead, feature, and recurring credits in films and TV series, including “The Knick” and “Person of Interest.” He has also played leads at the Blackbox Theater, including Walter-Lee in “Raisin in the Sun” and Jim in “The Glass Menagerie.” Leo earned his BFA from the University of Minnesota’s Guthrie Theater Actor Training Program.
ERIC MARABLE JR. is a 2015 graduate of the theater program at the University of Alabama, where he starred as Feste in “Twelth Night.” He is also a poet and writer, who served as editor and chief of the Marr’s Field Journal and Literary Magazine.
MICHAEL PANTOZZI trained in NY and LA with the Atlantic Theater Conservatory. In addition to theater, Michael starred in an episode of “Celebrity Ghost Stories” on A&E and in a web series called “SNAFU.” He has also played numerous roles in indie films, including “Funny Bunny,” a 2015 SXSW Film Festival selection.