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JAVIER MOLINA (CO-CREATOR / DIRECTOR / PRODUCER) was born in Puerto Rico 
and raised in New Jersey. He got his MFA in directing from Pace University and is a Lifetime Member of the famed Actors Studio in NYC. In 2010 Javier was chosen to work as a directing observer in PlaywrightsHorizons production of Bruce Norris’ Clybourne 
Park, directed by Tony Winner, Pam Mackinnon. Javier was also chosen as a member of the 2010 Lincoln Center Theater Director's Lab. Recent directing credits include: 2016 Best Director, 120 Hour Film Festival, The Actors Studio production of 'Motherfucker With The Hat’ and 2nd Unit on Bobby Moresco's 'Bent'.
GABRIEL FURMAN (CO- CREATOR / WRITER / PRODUCER) of Queens, NY is an actor,
writer, producer and comedian who has performed at UCB and The Pit. Gabriel started off his career as a professional Breakdancer and DJ in the underground NYC dance scene. He also wrote, produced and starred opposite Academy Award Winner Melissa Leo in the Award Winning Short 'Mother’s Day'. Recent Acting includes, TV:
'Orange Is The New Black', CBS’s 'Blue Bloods', and Netflix’s 'Daredevil'. Theatre: Judas in 'The Last Days of Judas Iscariot' (La Mama) and Pinky in 'Our Lady of 121st'. (The Actors Studio). Both were  directed by fellow Actors Studio member and Academy Award Winner Estelle Parsons. 
EVA MINEMAR (PRODUCER) is an award winning producer of over 50 plays, one-woman shows, branded content, TV and film. She is a member of the Actors Studio Director’s Unit, and has also conceived and directed the touring women's theatre staple, ‘Angry Jello Bubbles’, which was performed at the United Nations for International Women's Day.  Eva is also the Co-founder and Artistic Director of both LA LUPA Italian Cultural Arts Festival (LA LUPA FEST), and the Artistic Director of The Piano Store Theatre in NYC. She continues to fulfill her lifelong desire to provide opportunities and support for women in the theatrical arts, giving women writers a voice and opportunity to have their work performed world-wide.

PAOLO MONICO  (PRODUCER) was born and raised in Italy, in the past 20 years Paolo has been a cartoon animator, a storyboard artist, an assistant production designer, a 1st AD, a director and a father. He moved to New York in 2006 and he’s now an American citizen and a proud member of the DGA. Throughout his directing career, Paolo helmed 25 music videos, 150 commercials and a TV movie for Italian TV. He writes, directs and produces short films and web content through Pogo Piggybackers, his NY-based production company and he is currently developing a limited series based on “The Mother,” his award-winning short film inspired by the mystery surrounding the death of his father.  

POOYA MOHSENI (ADVISING CONSULTANT) is an Iranian/American actor, writer and activist, born and raised in Tehran, Iran, based in New York City. She moved to New York in her teens and after joining the FIT theatre ensemble and discovered her love of acting and story telling. Pooya  is fluent in Persian(Farsi), a Transgender advocate, as well as a voice for immigrants’ and women’s issues. She is also involved in writing and co-writing original LGBT stories to shed light on an otherwise under represented community, in NYC.

ELIA LYSSY (CINEMATOGRAPHER) is a native of Switzerland and based in New York since 1988. After graduating from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, he started his career as a cinematographer. In over 30 years, Elia’s work consists of numerous features, shorts, and TV, including VICE and the critically acclaimed 'Astoria', about the coming of age in a Greek neighborhood. He was awarded the Kodak Vision Award for his work on Matthew Mailer’s 'The Money Shot' and a Telly Award for 'The Virtual Magician'. Most recently, Elia was the cinematographer

and co-director of the feature comedy, 'The Final Touch'. In front of the camera, he teaches the craft as a guest lecturer at NYU and Hunter College.

GOYA ROBLES (EXECUTIVE PRODUCER) is an American actor of Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian descent. His portrayal of heart breaking, volatile, vulnerable characters are a stamp in all of his work. He is playing the role of Yago as a series regular alongside Chris O'Dowd and Ray Romano in EPIX's 'Get Shorty'. He has starred in numerous independent films, including a lead role as Teyo in the film 11:55, starring John Leguizamo, Elizabeth Rodriguez and Julia Stiles. Goya is also a slam poet; his first compilation of poems was released at the Nuyorican Poets Cafe under the title, Spit My Soul. He is a Lifetime Member of the Actors Studio and holds an MFA from the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University in NYC.

 

SAMMY (Benji Siegel)

TISHA (Farrah Faucette)

DESHAWN (Aiveri Wells)

TITO (Nico Bustamante)

FRANK (Gabriel Furman)

HENNY (Delissa Reynolds)

QUEEN (Jamyl Dobson)

THERESA (Barbara Spiegel)

 

 

EDITOR Marco Ferrara

 

FIRST AC Jeff Tan

KEY GRIP Genesis Cabrera

GAFFER Tannie Xin Tang

SECOND AC Kristin Zahra

STILL PHOTOGRAPHERS - Peini Chen & Sehee Kim

 

PRODUCTION SOUND MIXER Connor Donahue

 

COSTUME & MAKEUP Rita Mae Sylvester

 

PRODUCTION DESIGN BY Scott Michael Salame

 

ART DEPARTMENT Dani Marco

 

UNIT PRODUCTION MANAGER Dolores Diaz

FIRST AD Nialaney Rodriguez

SECOND AD Shashwat Gupta

SCRIPT SUPERVISOR Gabrielle Rice

 

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Aprella Godfrey Barule

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Margherita Monico

DRIVER Tony Lepore

 

BACKGROUND ACTORS

Adam Lewis

Zora Lewis

 

COMPOSER Alex Symcox
 

COLOR CORRECTION Adriano Mestroni 

 

SOUND DESIGN AND MIX BY Rex Recker

 

VISUAL EFFECTS  Mark Palkoski

TITLES AND GRAPHICS  Kristin Zahra 

 
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We are proud to announce that 'Wonder' has received a grant and is made possible (in part) by the Queens Council onthe Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in

partnership with the City Council.

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