Tressa Glover (Series Creator) Tressa is an actor, writer, producer, educator, and Founder of SWAN Day Pittsburgh. As an actor, Tressa works regionally in film and theatre; her film and web credits include Breakage, My Date with Adam, Lightweight, The Race and I’ll Call You. Pittsburgh theatre credits include Pittsburgh Public Theater, City Theatre, Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre, Quantum Theatre, Bricolage, Arcade Comedy Theater, and Microscopic Opera Company, among others. Regional credits include Chicago Dramatists, Chicago Scriptworks, Speaking Ring Theatre and Mary-Arrchie Theatre Co. Tressa is an Acting Instructor for Donna Belajac Actors Studio and Act One Theatre School. She is No Name Players’ Producing Artistic Director and is a graduate of Penn State University.
Don DiGiulio (Producer/Director – Stage) Don is the founder and Artistic Director of No Name Players Theatre Company and is the director of the live stage version of The Sisters Sorella. He has produced, directed, designed and/or been featured in all of No Name Players’ productions to date. Don is also a freelance actor and director and has worked with a vast array of companies in Pittsburgh and Chicago. In addition, he is an instructor with Act One Theater School in Glenshaw, PA.
Bailey Donovan (Director – Web Series) Bailey is an award-winning filmmaker, graduate of Point Park University’s Cinema and Digital Arts Program, and co-founder of DragonWake Films. As a director, Bailey has had his work screened at the Director’s Guild of America and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, as well as several film festivals and WQED’s Filmmaker’s Corner. He had the honor of serving as Co-Producer on the official Sundance selection, The Immaculate Reception, and recently made his feature directorial debut with the film Back for Good. Bailey currently freelances in Pittsburgh and New York and is thrilled to be collaborating with Steeltown Entertainment Project and No Name Players on Sisters Sorella!
DragonWake Films (Web Series Production Company) DragonWake Films is a Pittsburgh-based video production company and rental house with a commitment to helping independent filmmakers.
*Photo credit: Becky Thurner