Sarnica graduated from CSULA with a Theatre Arts & Dance BA. She explored Mary Overlie's viewpoints in site specific work with Opera Del Espacio, and did surreal total theatre improvisational pieces performed with the TOHUBOHU! ensemble.
Recent theatre credits include Pilita in the Filipino American play, As Straw Before the Wind at the Complex Ruby Theatres, and a creative collaborator/performer in the devised theatre piece called The Sex Show at Highways Performance Space.
Recent film credits include short films through the FilAm Creations community. She is currently continuing her studies of improv with Zoo Comedy at Playhouse West, and enjoys volunteering at her local community church home. She is excited and honored to be a part of this project. May light heal the darkness through cracks of our brokenness.
Jaime is a Los Angeles based actor. His career began as an original member of The Ryan Cayabyab Singers. Under the guidance of one the Philippines' greatest composer/musicians, Ryan Cayabyab himself, Jaime was exposed to the world of recording, album promotion and touring and worked closely with the Sony Music imprint in South East Asia. Shortly after, he expanded into the vibrant Manila theatre scene working with Repertory Philippines, Atlantis Productions, Ateneo BlueRepertory, and Upstart.
Upon moving to the LA, Jaime's worked in TV, film, new media, theatre, and concert projects. His TV work includes Robert Rodriguez's series “Matador” and “General Hospital.” His films include the musical “Mango Sticky Rice” and the comedy thriller “LA Stories,” both currently in film festivals. Jaime plays the lead character in Craig Wilson's dramatic film noir short “Lolo Pepe” which premiered in May 2017 at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.
Jaime’s performed in numerous stage productions and readings with companies such as East West Players, Boston Court, Coeurage Theatre Company, Playwrights' Arena, Chalk Rep, Artists at Play, Casa 0101 and Hereandnow.
Virgil Apostol comes from maternal and paternal lines of traditional healers from the Northern Philippines. He is known for the contribution of his extensive knowledge and background in Philippine culture and the indigenous healing art of Ablon/Hilot manual medicine through his books and articles, workshops, and his clinical and healing practice. He also has conducted research in the combat art of Kabaroan Cinco Tero Escrima.
His first acting role took place in 2015 while accompanying his girlfriend to a film shoot. Upon meeting Apostol, the director demanded that he write him into the script. As a performing artist and musician, being in front of the camera is natural, thus expanding his creativity on to the big screen as a way of expressing his words, thoughts, emotions, and creative imagery that was usually confined to paper and other means.
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