DIRECTOR | WRITER | PRODUCER | COMPOSER
Tom Humbert, the multi-talented director, writer, actor, singer, pianist, guitarist, bassist and organist, with his vast performance experience in television, radio, stage and screen, is the creator of the new faith-based musical TV show “Wholly Broken”. This accomplished recording artist with five CD’s to his credit and composer of hundreds of songs of praise, has had starring lead roles in more than 50 musical theater productions and tours across the United States and continues to be an active member of SAG - AFTRA and Actors Equity. Over the years, his live concerts have garnered rave reviews; Leah Frank, NY Times “Mr. Humbert is outstanding in one of NY’s best events!” and Aileen Jacobson, Newsday “Tom’s voice is wonderfully expressive!” and his many loyal YouTube followers agree whole heartedly. He has even performed at the White House for Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush.
“Wholly Broken” has been a lifelong vocation for Tom and with more than 20 years of experience as director of music and liturgy for many churches, it’s no wonder this faith-based musical TV show has come to life.
Kathleen is a writer and actress with an MFA in playwriting from Catholic University. Previous plays include her solo show Daughter of Salt at United Solo (winner of Best Short Solo 2012); Soldier W and The Turtle and the Kidney at Drew University; and Conversations I’ve Never Had at Catholic University. Her play The W Trilogy was a semi-finalist at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival and was produced by Arcadia University. She is currently working as a staff writer on “Wholly Broken,” creating an original web series called “Not a Criminal” with Good Pilgrim, and touring Pregnant Pause, a one-woman show about a Broadway actress asking difficult questions about career and family. . .
SUMMER CROCKETT MOORE
Summer is an award-winning actress/producer and a Managing Partner and founding member of Choice Films and Choice Theatricals. As a producer, she has helmed award-winning independent feature length and short ﬁlms, Off-Broadway and off-off Broadway theater productions and multi-media projects, and chaired an annual Celebrity Awards Gala Saluting NY Theatre and Film. Film projects include: Lost Cat Corona (2016), After the Sun Fell (2016) Wholly Broken (2016), Above All Things (2017), Block Island (2016), Lez Bomb (2017), Junction (2013), Trust Me I’m A Lifeguard (2014), These Things We Hold (2015), Mired (2015), Chosen (2016), Symposium (2016), A Younger Man (2011). Summer’s upcoming film projects include: American Stare (development), The Alternative (optioned), Heather (pre-production), Love Thy Keeper (pre-production), Before I Do (announced) and Miss Liberty (development). Television projects include: Little West 12th Street (2016) Vevo’s One Night Only (2015) and the upcoming hour-long dramatic series More which begins production in New York in April 2017. Theatre projects include the Off-Broadway world premieres of Scrambled Eggs, Reading Under the Influence, Stain and In The Daylight, as well as the regional / world premiere of the new play, American Stare.
Passionate, talented and versatile, Jarett Bellucci is a two-time Emmy Award-winning producer director/editor who creates award winning work across all manner of mediums, from music videos to commercials, branded content to television shows, all imprinted with his unique touch and boundless energy.
Jarett graduated from the School of Visual Arts with degree in advertising in 1999 (and yes, he partied like it was), and thanks to his in-depth production knowledge, limitless enthusiasm, tremendous imagination (and signature glasses!), he is now a well-known and well-regarded storyteller among studios, producers and – crucially – companies looking to define their brands. His mixed knowledge of advertising & production experience allows him to understand what needs to be said and how businesses need to say it!
He has developed a signature documentary-like style of capturing real stories about real people, which resonate with viewers and fellow film-makers alike, and his exuberant personality and attention to detail have helped him engender fierce loyalty from cast, crew and producers alike, allowing to make eye-catching commercials for some of the largest brands in the country, including Acuvue, Forbes, BMW, Kaplan, Mercedes,About.com, Landshark Lager and Tropicana, winning a myriad of gongs and plaudits in the process.
DONNA MCKENNA CSA
CASTING DIRECTOR | PRODUCER
Donna McKenna has been in the business of casting for over 18 years, bringing her unique skill set to projects around the world. An award winning casting director she has cast independent feature and short films as well as scripted television pilots and award winning web series. The fruits of her work have screened at prestigious festivals such as, Tribeca Film Festival, Festival de Cannes, Berlin International Film Festival and the Milan Film Festival. In 2015 she was awarded the Casting Award of Merit at the IndieFest Film Festival for casting the film Leaves of the Tree starring Eric Roberts, Sean Young, Federico Castelluccio and Armand Assante, which was filmed in Texas and Sicily.
Donna is a proud member of the Casting Society of America and New York Women in Film & TV. She is a appointed Member of the Board of the Suffolk County Film Commission, her responsibilities are to help producers utilize all Suffolk County Long Island has to offer with locations, crew, and cast as well as deciding on which artists will receive County grants each year. Donna has volunteered her time as a Jury Judge at the Soho International Film Festival and the Golden Door Film Festival. She was also instrumental in the growth of the Long Island International Film Expo which is now in its 20th year. Donna loves actors and teaches film and acting workshops at many renowned schools including the SAG- AFTRA NYCAP program.
Tony Glazer is an award-winning writer, director and producer, and a Managing Partner and founding member of Choice Films and Choice Theatricals. (www.choicefilms.com) His feature films include Junction, After The Sun Fell, Lost Cat Corna and Block island. His plays have been produced in New York, New Jersey, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, England and Canada. His other stage plays include: Stain, and Safe (published by Samuel French), American Stare, In The Daylight, Reading Under the Influence and What Friends Are For. Tony received his BFA in Acting from Boston University and studied acting with Maggie Flanigan. He is a member of SAG/AFTRA and WGAE. For more information about Tony visit: