Sunday, August 29, 2010

Who Made Me?

You might have noticed the Nerve Tank link on your right. The Nerve Tank is an experimental theatre company and my Dr. Frankenstein runs it with my producer, Melanie Armer. You could say, then, that I'm an unholy union of live performance and cinema, at least in the world-colliding mind of Chance Muehleck. For more info about him and Melanie, click on over here.

Brian Wengrofsky has been working as a cinematographer since 1997 when he shot the majority of the award-winning South African documentary "Pavement Aristocrats." His other documentary credits include the Emmy-winning "A Lion's Trail," which was shown at Cannes and on PBS’s Independent Lens, as well as "When the War is Over" and "The Mother's House," both of which aired on the Sundance Channel. He has been recently adding to his TV resume with series such as "The Next Iron Chef" for the Food Network and the globe-hopping "70 Days Around the World" for Germany’s N-TV. Brian holds a BFA in Film Directing from the School of the Arts at SUNY Purchase and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Find him at

Marshall Coles is a lighting designer and co-founder of Lumenhouse, an emerging arts organization based out of a refurbished factory in the burgeoning creative scene of Bushwick, Brooklyn. Marshall has collaborated with visual artist Aurora Robson to create this dynamic venue where the creative processes of artists at work can be viewed simultaneously with ever-changing exhibitions. He has worked as a gaffer and camera operator on many independent films and TV shows, including "Dateline NBC" and "Down to the Bone."

Molly Camp has extensive regional theatre credits with leading roles at Berkeley Rep, Vineyard Playhouse, Syracuse Stage, the O'Neill Center, Sundance, and the Actors Theatre of Louisville. She has appeared on such TV shows as "Law & Order: SVU," "Gossip Girl," and "All My Children." Her website is

Jason Howard has performed with the Public Theater, New York Theatre Workshop, Theater for the New City, LaMama, ManhattanTheatreSource (founding member), the Ontological, EST, Circle Rep, the Ohio, HERE, Judith Shakespeare, and the Adobe Theate, et al. He is a member of The Nerve Tank and has toured internationally doing puppetry with Drama of Works. His TV and film credits include “The Launch,” “3rd Watch,” “Solar Vengeance,” “Soldier in the Shadows,” “Baseball Trilogy,” and “Pandora Machine.” Visit him at

I thank them all, as well as the production assistants, caffeine faeries, and understanding neighbors who were so generous with me. It takes a village to raise a film.

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