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Andy Rindlisbach

executive director

Riot Act

Co-Director: Blindness & Periphery of Sight

Actor: Bad Person, Poor Bastard, Houses,

An Enemy of the People, Mopey Wrecks, Anatomy of Arithmetic

 

Off-Broadway: Bedlam’s Hamlet and Saint Joan (Lynn Redgrave), Other NYC: Midsummer (Shrunken Shakespeare), The Orphan (The Tank), Freedman (The Actors’ Studio), Virtue (The Wilson Theatre at Juilliard).

 

Regional: Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Gulfshore Playhouse, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Pioneer Theatre Company. Film/TV: Disney’s Dadnappedand Minutemen, 17 Miracles, One Good Man. Training: University of Utah, BFA. Proud member of Actors’ Equity.

Meredith Adelaide

associate producer

Made her debut with Riot Act as Antigone in
Blindness & Periphery of Sight.
 
As a photographer and actor Meredith has worked with Apple alongside Emmanuel Lubezki, starred beside Jason Isaacs, featured on the cover of Tycho’s album Pink & Blue, guest-starred on Portlandia, and has been the primary visual collaborator for indie label “House of Youth” since their inception.
As a visual artist she has directed multiple short films, music videos and DP’d for a feature film. Her work has been selected for official release on No Budge, Booooooom TV, and has been featured on Vimeo staff picks. Clients include Apple, Nike, Adidas, Format, Chevrolet, Laika, Intel, Meta and many others.

 

Akemi Look

development

Previously, a member of the USA National Team in Rhythmic Gymnastics, competing at the 2002 World Championships and International competitions around the world.

Studied at the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University, the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute, and The Alvin Ailey School of Dance.

Film & TV: HBO’s How To Make It In America
and The Man From Earth: Holocene.

Video games: Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and
Call of Duty: Warzone.

Short films: Seppuku, Woman In Fragments, (winner of the Grand Jury Prize at China Short Film Academy Awards, and the Air Canada Short Film Award at Reel Asian Film Festival), and Carnal Orient. 
Music videos: Miike Snow, Animal Collective.

An advocate for survivors of sexual abuse, trauma informed healing modalities, and creating a world where Asian American femme and queer stories are seen and heard.

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