Christian is a critically acclaimed and award-winning film and stage actor who has been in over 100 stage productions and short films. Christian holds an MFA in acting from Northern Illinois University and is a member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. Much of his acting career has taken place in America’s top two theater markets, Chicago and New York, including Broadway where he was directed by theater legend Hal Prince. Christian has been in many world premiere plays including Lee Blessing’s adaptation of Thorton Wilder’s Heaven’s My Destination. Christian presently lectures and directs at Dartmouth College and acts in the company at Northern Stage, Saint Michael’s Playhouse, and The New London Barn Playhouse. THRASHER ROAD marks Christian's first leading role in a feature film.
Allison fay brown
Vermont native Allison Fay Brown received her BA in Acting from the University of Vermont, after which she worked in production and stage management at Burlington’s Off Center for the Dramatic Arts. Allison returned to the stage at Parish Players Theater in Thetford, Vermont where her first role led to a film adaptation and Allison’s screen debut, DON'T LEAVE ME HANGING (Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, Boston International Film Festival, White River Indie Film Festival). Following production of THRASHER ROAD, her first feature film in a leading role, Allison was accepted to The New School of Drama for graduate level acting.
Actor Joe is also a musician, composer, and producer out of the South Bronx. He has worked with a vast variety of musicians including Moby, The Shivers, Denitia and Sene, Kelli Scarr, Andy T (formerly of Deer Tick), Recess, A Va Va, Noah And The MegaFauna, Son of Stan and many more. Joe also composes ambient and experimental music for film under the name ‘The Grand Concourse’, is a member of NYC-based trio, ‘Tigereye’, and at the same time operates a small record label, Silence Breaks. His music recording studio, Room 17, was recently featured in Brooklyn Magazine.