Lily Williams is the master chef at Foal’s Steakhouse – an upscale, fine dining establishment frequented by the political elite. Lily lost her only daughter, Sarah, to forced birth under the federal ban. When she learns that the judge responsible for denying Sarah’s abortion request is coming to dine at the butchery, she enlists her team of cooks to exact bloody revenge.
On this night at Foal’s begins a revolution.
Iris Dukatt (they/she) is a Queer New York based director, writer, producer and actor of film and live performance. She focuses on stories that disrupt and decenter societal power structures. This past year Iris worked as an Associate Producer on GAPS, a short film created by Jenn Shaw with Tribeca Studios and the Queen Collective.
Katherine Romans (she/her) is a producer and actor. She is co-founder of Madhouse Films and is currently in post-production for their upcoming film, See This. You can find her playing Cissie Bingham in The Gilded Age (HBO Max). Recent Theater: Broadway Is This a Room(u/s), International Tour Is This a Room, Yale Rep world premiere of The Brightest Thing in the World. MFA: ACT.www.katherineromans.com www.madhouse-films.com
Sarah Charlie Traisman (they/them) is a producer, actor, and writer. They are the co-founder of Madhouse Films and are currently in post-production for their upcoming film, See This. Recently, they premiered their original “clownmatic play” 3HAMS, which is currently touring to various venues throughout NYC. Other credits include Love is Map on Amazon Prime and Power of Sail starring Bryan Cranston at Geffen Playhouse. MFA: ACT BA: Vassar College
Elizabeth Valenti (she/her) is a producer, actor, and writer. She is currently in post-production for her short film Puppy Love, in which she starred, co-wrote, and produced. She also produced the short film See This, starring Rachel Hilson, which will make its debut next year. Her producer debut for Hit Friends recently premiered at Dances with Films in New York and LA, as well as other festivals across the country. You can see her on Minx (HBO Max) and The Conners (ABC). BFA: Boston University. www.elizabethvalenti.com
Jenn Shaw (she/her)s a DGA-eligible award-winning commercial, documentary, and narrative director specializing in coming-of-age, dramedy and sports content. Her bold and cinematic filmmaking has both distinctive humor and dramatic instinct. Her ESPN film $15 Kicks was executive produced by Spike Lee and earned a Black Reel Award. Within the last two years, she’s directed three narrative shorts, I Won The Lottery… and Charlie and the Hunt starring Lauren Ridloff (Eternals, Walking Dead) and a Tribeca Studios P&G filmed titled Gaps Executive Produced by Queen Latifah and starring Lorraine Toussaint. Her films have appeared at Cannes Short Film Corner, Pan African Film Festival, Hollyshorts and Tribeca Film Festival (2023) to name a few. Her feature film The Pill is in development with Tinygiant and in TIFF’s Break Through the Lens 2022-23. The film is set for production in 2024 with casting director Kim Coleman (Love Craft, SpaceJam: The New Legacy) slated as Executive Producer. She’s managed by Anonymous Content.