Demolition Dance
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Bob Rusch

Producer / Actor / Co-Writer

After spending over fifteen years in Los Angeles and five years in Chicago before hand, Bob Rusch moved back to his hometown of Dunkirk, NY in July 2015 to start a production company. He is the founder and former Artistic Director of SkyPilot Theatre company in Los Angeles where he produced over twenty productions, many of which were World Premieres. As an actor, he is most known for his recurring role of Skeeter on the hit TV series SONS OF ANARCHY. He is also known for roles on other shows and films including IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA, THE THUNDERMANS, SWITCHED AT BIRTH, MOM, SAVING MR. BANKS, CHRISTMAS IN VERMONT, ER and WILL AND GRACE. Bob also co-wrote, co-produced and starred in the critically acclaimed short film MANS GAME in 2014. DEMOLITION DANCE is truly a love letter written by Bob to his hometown.

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James Sharpe

Director / Co-Writer

James Sharpe is a professional actor, director and acting coach who has worked as an actor on stage and in television and film since the days of public pay phones, and began producing and directing for stage and film in 2005. Recently he produced and acted in the upcoming feature film TOM OF YOUR LIFE. As Director, his films have played internationally in Wales, India and Belarus, as well as domestically in Chicago, Miami, San Jose, Beverly Hills, Memphis and Buffalo. As an actor he's worked on such hit films and TV shows as TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT, MAD MEN, CRIMINAL MINDS, PARKS & RECREATION, WEEDS and HUNG. His training spanned several years and encompassed multiple styles and institutions such as the American Conservatory Theater in SF, the Actors and Directors Lab in New York and the Upright Citizens Brigade in LA.

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John PAtrick PAtti

Producer

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Producer

John Patrick Patti was born and raised in Buffalo, New York. Prior to relocating to Hollywood and working in the world of Independent Film, John lived in New York City where he trained at the Actor's Studio, the Stella Adler Conservatory, and HB Studios. He acted in numerous Off-Broadway and regional stage productions throughout the Northeast United States. In Los Angeles, John studied with Milton Katselas, Jeffrey Tambor, and Joe Santos at the Beverly Hills Playhouse and is a founding member of The Write Act Repertory Theatre Company in Hollywood where he acted, produced and served on the original Board of Directors for several years. John is the producer of the award-winning documentary feature XAVIERA HOLLANDER, "THE HAPPY HOOKER": PORTRAIT OF A SEXUAL REVOLUTIONARY and was the associate producer, casting director, and an actor in the dark-comedy feature film MANIACTS which starred fellow Buffalonian, Jeff Fahey. Since returning to his hometown of Buffalo, John landed roles in recent films that have been shooting in WNY; including starring as the antagonist in the sci-fi thriller PRESCIENT that premiered at the Buffalo International Film Festival and supporting roles in RAINBOW BRIDGE MOTEL and MALAISIA . John was nominated for a best acting award at the Buffalo, NY 48 Hour Film Project 2017 for his portrayal of a vet with PTSD in the film THE NEVER-ENDING WAR. John holds a B.S. Degree in Business administration from the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he served as the president of the Undergraduate Management Student Association.

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Gregory Lamberson

Line Producer

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LINE Producer

Gregory Lamberson, a Fredonia NY native and Buffalo NY resident, is a driving force in film making in Western New York. He just finished directing his fourth feature film JOHNNY GRUESOME, which was adapted from his book under the same title. His previous films SLIME CITY, it's sequel SLIME CITY MASSACRE and KILLER RACK have all been critically acclaimed in the horror world. Gregory has also worked as a first assistant director on the feature films BATTLEDOGS, WEST NEW YORK and the cult classic BRAIN DAMAGE. He is also one of the founders of the BUFFALO DREAMS FANTASTIC FILM FESTIVAL.

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Jonathan Price

Composer

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COMPOSER

Jonathan Price is a Los Angeles-based composer for film, tv, and advertising. He scored the comedy GIRL MEETS BOY (Ben Savage), New Line’s sci-fi adventure CYBER WARS (Genevieve O’Reilly, David Warner), Showtime’s RUSTIN (Meat Loaf, Zachery Ty Bryan), and the horror films NECROSIS (Tiffany, James Kyson) and INOPERABLE (Danielle Harris). He has composed the music to national spots for Taco Bell, Marshalls, Major League Baseball, and Knott’s Berry Farm. With playwright/lyricist Jeff Goode (THE EIGHT: REINDEER MONOLOGUES), he composed the song “The Hubba Hubba Hula” for The Disney Channel’s AMERICAN DRAGON: JAKE LONG, as well as the family musical RUMPELSTILTSKIN, published by Samuel French. His chamber compositions have been recorded by the ensemble Carisma for five releases on the ABC Classics label. His work as a soundtrack producer and synthesist can be heard in THE GRUDGE, THE COUNTRY BEARS, THE SHIPPING NEWS, RUNAWAY JURY, AN UNFINISHED LIFE, SHADE, THE CORE, and BANDITS.