Willow Shields was born on June 1, 2000 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has a twin sister, actress Autumn Shields, and an older brother, actor River Shields. Willow got her first job in 2008, narrating the short film Las Vegas New Mexico 1875 (2008), the story of a dying gunfighter who returns home after 10 years to make peace with his wife and daughter. Her first television role was a guest appearance in the USA series In Plain Sight(2008), which was filmed in her hometown of Albuquerque, followed by an episode in the teen-oriented horror anthology series R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour (2010) and a supporting role in the Hallmark Hall of Fame television movie Beyond the Blackboard(2011) opposite Emily VanCamp. On the strength of those appearances alone, Willow was cast as Primrose Everdeen, the younger sister of heroine Katniss Everdeen, in The Hunger Games (2012), and will appear in the same role in all the upcoming films adapted from the bestselling novels by Suzanne Collins.
Wilow has several pets including dogs and chickens; she is home schooled and loves history and reading. She spends her free time making art, and especially loves making artist trading cards.
Los Angeles native, singer song-writer, musician and actor - Meg DeLacy creates soulful music influenced by Jhene Aiko, Amy Winehouse and Corinne Bailey Rae with the big sounding bass drum of Santigold. Meg showcases her music at local LA venues such as Hotel Café and (prev) at the House of Blues.
On the big and small screen, Meg starred in AwesomenessTV's musical dramedy "Side Effects", the web series' "Zak & Mia", "Disappearing Girl"; NBC's "Chicago PD"; FreeForm's "Recovery Road", and as Grace on "The Fosters". She also starred in the movie thriller "The Black Out", the Fine Bro's "F the Prom" and the upcoming '60s-inspired indie, "Woodstock or Bust".
When you enjoy music, it's like hanging out with a good friend - someone who catches your vibe, who brings out your authentic self. Your tribe is your vibe - let's create that art.
TEDDY VAN EE
At the age of 9, Teddy van Ee competed in Los Angeles at the IPOP convention in the 9-12 acting categories where he received 6 nominations and returned home with 4 trophies including 1st runner up for Actor of the Year. His career blossomed with several commercials, TV and roles in films.
Most recently, he was seen in Captain Fantastic starring Viggo Mortensen, as well as a lead in 2 shorts, Trout and iTime Travel. This year he played a lead with Willow Shields and Meg DeLacy in the feature film Woodstock or Bust set to release in 2019.
Teddy van Ee is a member of SAG/AFTRA
She received her degree in Television Production and Communications from Clarion University in Pennsylvania. Lisa is a SAG/AFTRA actor and a certified stunt person. She has appeared on numerous national television shows including "Northern Exposure," "Bill Nye the Science Guy," "Case Closed," and the Discovery Channel's "The Worst Thing that Ever Happened to Me." Internationally, Lisa appeared on the popular Japanese Television series "The World's Astonishing News." She has also appeared in numerous commercials, industrials, web series, and theater productions. In 2013, Lisa founded Playhouse Northwest Acting School, which was a dream come true because she loves helping other artists to learn, grow, and prosper in their careers. Her goal is to elevate acting in local communities. This training has a tendency to not only improve careers but to improve lives. Meisner really is a super power.
Lisa is a 4th degree Master in Tae kwon do and the proud owner of Lee's Martial Arts in West Seattle, Washington. For the past three years Lisa has served as the chairwoman for the American Women's Self-Defense Association and has taught self-defense and rape prevention courses to women and girls across the country.
Lisa has many special skills that align with her two life passions. She's an executive and associate producer, acting teacher, certified personal trainer, self defense instructor, fight performer, and certified united stunt person who enjoys doing her own stunt work.
Brandie Sylfae is an actor, voice over and stunt performer born in Los Angeles, California. As a second degree black belt in Tang Soo Do under Chuck Norris, she got her start in martial arts focused roles, including the television series V.R. Troopers and the feature film Bloodmoon. While she still enjoys a good fight scene, she is proud of her recent work as the lead in the body positivity PSA Glass Cage , the feature Deep Blue, and playing opposite Willow Shields (Primrose Everdeen in The Hunger Games) in the feature Woodstock or Bust.
She began her training in the BFA program at Cal State Long Beach performing roles in Inherit the Wind, The Importance of Being Earnest and Agnes of God, and then continued her education with classes in Los Angeles where she was fortunate enough to train Shakespeare with Kate Geer, and improv with John Michalski of Second City and Paul Ryan at CBS Comedy on the Lot. Now residing in Portland, Oregon, she has had the great fortune to study with Nike Imoru, Jana Lee Hamblin, Robert Blanche, Ted Rooney, and is currently training at The Actor's Lab with Kristina Haddad.
She holds an undergraduate degree in microbiology from UC Santa Barbara and a Master’s degree in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University where she worked for three years performing basic cancer research. These days, in addition to acting, she focuses on charity work as the co-organizer of the Portland chapter of the Harry Potter Alliance, an international nonprofit focused on equality, literacy, and human rights.
My name is Eduardo Reyes. I’m originally from El Infiernillo Penjamk Guanajuato Mexico. A small town of about 1,200 people. I’ve always had a passion for potting on a show but I never knew what to do with it until senior year of high school. It just clicked. I managed to get my start in local commercials, decided that it was something I wanted to continue for the rest of my life. Then in 2013 I attended New York Film Academy where I studied Acting. From there I continued to book other gigs with my most recent success; My Summer As A Goth, where I played a punk rocker named Antonio. Which then lead me to booking Woodstock or Bust where I play Martin, A Hitchhiker.
Jennifer Lanier grew up in Greensboro NC and received her classical acting training at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts under Gerald Freedman, Cigden Onat, and Robert Moyer. While in North Carolina, Jennifer founded the Lesbian Thesbians theatre company and also produced a number of independent projects. She became a founding fellow of the A+ Schools Program, instructing school faculties in Arts integration and curriculum enrichment. She also began working with Robert Moyer at the United Stage, bringing scripted and improvisational stories to young audiences throughout the South. The two even had a run at the Smithsonian Institution’s Discovery Theatre of Lanier’s original young audiences piece, BRER RABBIT MEETS COYOTE, exploring the challenges with growing up as an ethnically mixed person. Lanier expanded the piece into a solo comedy called NONE OF THE ABOVE which she has toured to colleges, theatre festivals, and Pride events throughout the country. She currently has a production company, Many Horses Productions, which produces variety shows, drag events, and theatre. Lanier’s resume is extensive and varied. She has worked in regional theatre (American Stage, Portland Playhouse, Ruth Foreman Theatre, Coho Theatre) touring theatre (People’s Art Action, Artist’s Repertory Theatre, Original Practice Shakespeare, United Stage), television (guest star on Leverage, Hawaii, Grimm), national & regional commercials, and film (Scrapper, Last Champion, Legend of Two Path). Lanier lives in Vancouver WA with her wife, two sons, a costume-loving dachshund, a cantankerous cat, an anorexic tortoise, and a singing guinea pig.
Eli Stevenson's debut came in the film Captain Fantastic starring Vigo Mortenson, the short film Trout came not long after. Since moving to LA he has snagged roles in two Netflix series: Everything Sucks! (as Oliver) and Best Worst Weekend Ever (as Brayden), respectively.
Rachelle Henry is an award winning American actress and filmmaker. At the age of six, she began her acting career and has been pursuing her goals ever since.
Rachelle won Best Teen Actress in a Short Film at the 38th Young Artist Awards in 2017 for her performance in JERSEY GURL and starred in the short film, GRIFTERS, for which she won Best Young Actress - Short Film at the 2017 Young Entertainer Awards. The short film LOSING IT, starring Rachelle as Sarah Newton, premiered as an Official Selection of the 2017 Slamdance Film Festival and was listed among the best short films at the Film de Cannes Short Film Corner. Rachelle appears in several projects premiering in 2018 including MY SUMMER AS A GOTH and WOODSTOCK OR BUST.
Along with her acting credentials, Rachelle is also an award-winning film producer and director.
In 2016, Rachelle directed and produced the short film, MISSING for which she won the Best Director Award at the 2016 Premio Cinematographico Palena Film Festival in Italy and Best Short Film with Social Message at the 2016 NEZ International Film Festival in India. Rachelle's film, DEFINING MOMENTS was presented the award for Best Acting Ensemble and Runner Up Best Cinematography at the Best of Los Angeles film awards held at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood and was nominated in nine categories including Best Film, Best Director, Best Writing, and Best Musical Score.
Rachelle has a broad range of interests including singing, horseback riding and running 5K races to benefit programs such as the Women of Wonder 5K and the Run of Hope for Pediatric Brain Tumor Research for Seattle Children's Hospital, The Arthritis Foundation, and Toys for Tots. She loves spending time with friends and family; especially her little cousins!
COREY BRUNISH (Producer/Actor) Born in Los Angeles, CA, Corey has lived in Charlottesville, VA, Brussels, Belgium, and Copenhagen, Denmark. Corey attended Beverly Hills High School and graduated from Occidental College with a B.A. in theatre.
Brunish has garnered eight Tony Nominations over the last six
seasons. The recipient of two Tonys, two Drama
Desk Awards, the Drama League Award and the
Outer Critics Circle Award, Brunish co-produced two
Grammy-winning cast recordings, was nominated
for two Emmys and received the Audience Choice
Award. As an actor he has appeared with Julianne
Moore, Madonna, Willem Dafoe, Willow Shields. As
a director he has worked with Laura Osnes, Jeremy
Jordan. As a writer his film “That's When It Hit Me”
played the international festival circuit. Of his
direction The Sondheim Review declared “Brunish
sets the bar for regional theater companies.” As vocalist, Corey sings the role of Utterson on the most recent recording of Jekyll & Hyde. His newest CD from Broadway Records was released in 2017. Corey is a member of SAG, AFTRA, AEA, and AGMA.