LAPSE Cast & Crew
ANTHONY HADEN SALERNO is grateful for the amazing experience of creating this work with such talented and generous artists and technicians, without whom LAPSE could not have been possible.
Pre-production began in early 2011, with principal photography getting off the ground in late June of that same year, wrapping in the fall. Post production slowly got moving in the cold days of January 2012 and continued through sound mixing and scoring in the early summer, making LAPSE ready for festival submissions in fall 2012. Check out more about Anthony's road to LAPSE in Storyteller's Story.
PETER GANIM (as MAN, Producer) is an American actor of Slovak, Syrian, and Lebanese ancestry. On the stage, he has appeared to award-winning acclaim in both classical and contemporary roles; from Shakespeare, Shaw, Ibsen, and Molière to Churchill, Fornes, Fraser, and Schenkkan; and under the direction of innovators such as Joseph Chaikin, Nancy Keystone, Anders Cato, and Chris Coleman. He is the co-founder of Théâtre du Rêve, a French-language acting company, and for five years served as the Artistic Associate and head of the Acting Program at Actor's Express in Atlanta, Georgia. While he was doing his undergraduate work, he met Joseph Papp, founder and Artistic Director of the New York Shakespeare Festival, who encouraged him to move to Manhattan. He did not follow this advice for 15 years, but since he did, he has racked up his requisite guest shots on "Law & Order" (the original and "Criminal Intent"), the soaps when they were still alive and shooting in New York (a recurring role on ABC's "One Life to Live"), as well as featured roles in several independent films, ( notably this tender, troubled man in Anthony Haden Salerno's "Lapse"). In 2003, he appeared Off-Broadway alongside Tony Randall in Luigi Pirandello's "Right You Are!" for the National Actors Theatre, Mr. Randall's final production with the beloved company he founded. Since then, Mr. Ganim has been featured with the Ballet Hispanico, in LAByrinth Theatre Company's BARNSeries, and at New York Theatre Workshop with Noor Theatre, a home for artists of Middle Eastern descent. He is much more hilarious than the accompanying photo may suggest.
THERESE PLUMMER (as WOMAN) is an actor and award winning audiobook narrator living and working in New York City. Television: Guest Star Roles on The Good Wife and Law and Order SVU. Regional Theatre: Sister James in Doubt. New York Theatre: Celebrity Row; New York Theatre Workshop, Under Tillage; The Irish Repertory Theatre. Comedy Credits include Improv at Upright Citizens Brigade, The P.I.T. and Stand-up at Caroline’s Comedy Club. Therese has recorded over 200 audio books for publisher’s such as Penguin, Audible.com, Recorded Books, HarperCollins, John Marshall Media and others. She is the voice of Maya Hansen in the Marvel Graphic Motion Comic Ironman Extremis, Dr. Fennel in Pokemon and characters for Yu-Gi-Oh.
BOB SENKEWICZ (as FATHER) (SAG-AFTRA/AEA) is an authentic New Jersey product, born and raised. He studied at Upsala College and The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and is a member of the NJ Rep company. He has appeared on stage in The Diary of Anne Frank, Zoo Story, And Then There Were None, Tower of Babble, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, The Crucible, The Odd Couple, Wait Until Dark, The Weir, Submitted by C. Randall McCloskey (2011 NY Fringe Festival), The Passion of Dracula (directed by original playwright Bob Hall), Trouble on the PATH, Sloth, Reckoning, Hard Ball, The Purgatory of Charlie Hustle and the NNPN production of The Rant. Bob’s film work includes the independent film projects Looking for Harrison (with John Rhys-Davies), award winning film short FREEMAN, Changing Casanova, Bluff, February (directed by Yuthlert Sippapak), Badmaash Company, Christmas in New York (directed by Nere Parente) and Moondance Film Festival semi-finalist Judy Goose. Television credits include portraying legendary blackjack player Ken Uston in the History Channel series Breaking Vegas, cable series Rosebay, NY, HBO’s Sex and the City and Curb Your Enthusiasm, CourtTV series Parco PI, extensive voice over work including the Pokemon series and the Pokemon White and Black animated films and several commercials. Bob is now working on a new web series that is scheduled to be released later this year (2012).
BILL TIMONEY (as BOSS, Producer) is a cast-member of LAST CHANCE, the indie film directorial debut of Bryan Cranston (three-time Emmy Award winner for TV's BREAKING BAD). Bill also served as the associate producer on Cranston's film, as well as on the indie Horror movie THE RED RIGHT HAND (starring John Doe). As an actor, Bill can be seen in MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE, LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT, and LIPSTICK JUNGLE, and can be heard in Woody Allen's MIGHTY APHRODITE (as one of the Greek chorus) and Brian DePalma's MISSION TO MARS (as the voice of the spacecraft's computer). Daytime drama viewers know Bill from his long-running role of "Alfred Vanderpool" on ALL MY CHILDREN.
CHRISTOPHER CAMP (Cinematographer) was born and raised in Washington Heights, New York City. In college studying audio, he picked up a video camera to document his friends' live music performances. This progressed into music videos and his first short film documenting a road trip of some fellow artists heading from New York to North Carolina for a show. While dating a Spanish girl in college, Christopher fell in love with directors of photography Rodrigo Prieto (ASC, AMC) and José Luis Alcaine. He has since began studying photography and cinematography. After meeting director Anthony Haden Salerno on the set of "Ella's Lament" they decided to collaborate in the future. "Lapse" is that collaboration. Christopher recently took top prize at this year's Audio Publishers Association contest for a short advertisement. www.christophercamp.com
Peter Ganim as Man
Thérèse Plummer as Woman
Bob Senkewicz as Father
John Caselli as Son
Bill Timoney as Boss
Jim Ward as Coworker
John Autry as Engineer
Fatih M. Bayram as Employee
Jett Brando as Employee
Christopher Camp as Bar Patron
Paul Castro Jr. as Employee/Bar Patron
Travis Collins as Employee/Bar Patron
Amil Dave as Employee
Donald Gentile as Employee
Diane Havens as Bar Patron
Rachael Lillis as Employee
Nick Lopez as Employee/Bar Patron
Allison Miller as Employee
David Moo as Bartender
Taliesen Rose as Bar Patron
Christine Sabo as Employee
Syndi Szabo as Employee
Edward X Young as Employee
Anthony Haden Salerno Writer, Director, Producer, Editor, Music, Sound Design
Peter Ganim Producer
Bill Timoney Producer
Christopher Camp Cinematographer
Travis Collins Sound
Paula Gil Rodriguez Production Coordinator
Joe DiGiorgi - Headline Sound Studios, NY ADR Recording
Edward X Young Make-up
Paul Castro Jr. Associate Producer
Amil Dave Production Assistant
Nick Lopez Production Assistant
Sammy - Prato Fine Men’s Wear, NYC Costumes & Wardrobe
Everest Productions, Ebru TV, The Quarter Bar, Jimmy Geez Sports Bar & Grill, Edge Studios (NYC), James Snyder, Peter Murphy, WNYC, Apple Inc., Dan & Maureen Rich, John & Tara Caselli, Christine Sabo, Julissa Ortega, Fatih M. Bayram
Filmed On Location
New York NY, Warwick NY, Brooklyn NY, Ringwood NJ, Somerset NJ, Hawthorne NJ, Haledon NJ
Original Music © 2012 Anthony Haden Salerno
Lapse © 2012 Anthony Haden Salerno