About Us

SUSAN DALIAN

(Director, Writer, Producer)

Susan has enjoyed a diverse and exciting career in the entertainment and arts industry as an actor in film, television, animation voice over and commercials, as well as in award winning theater with Pulitzer Prize winning playwrights at prestigious regional theaters. She has both directed and written plays and designed sets and costumes for theater in her original Shakespeare concepts for stage.

Susan is originally from Baltimore, MD where she attended the nationally recognized Baltimore School For the Arts and went on to later received a B.F.A from Boston University. Upon graduating Dalian moved to San Francisco where she worked on screen in productions for Toyota, Hidden Valley Ranch, Apple, Hewlitt Packer and Gap to name a few. She also garnered leading and supporting roles in theater productions with American Conservatory Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theater, CA Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Marin Theatre Company, and San Francisco Shakespeare Festival.

In Los Angeles, Dalian found more opportunity in the entertainment industry working as an actress in roles in film, television, and commercials some of which include: The Brothers directed by Gary Hardwick, The Kid directed by Jon Turtletaub with Bruce Willis, Undefeated directed by Walter Hill with Wesley Snipes, Room 6 directed by Micheal Hurst, I'm Through With White Girl's directed by Jennifer Sharp, Chevy commercial directed by Mark Pellington, Star Trek: Voyager, The Practice, Felicity directed by J.J Abrams & Todd Holland, The Hughley's with D.L Hughley, Joey with Matt Le Blanc, the voice of "Storm" in Wolverine and the X-men, and the voice of "Haku" in the popular anime series Naruto.

 

Dalian has performed lead and supporting roles in stage productions with many Los Angeles theater companies, some of which include: South Coast Repertory in plays with Pulitzer Prize winning playwrights Lynn Nottage and Tracy Letts, The Actors’ Gang directed by Tim Robbins and Tracy Young, Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company directed by Lisa Wolpe and 24th Street Theater directed by Gregg Daniel.

Dalian branched out from acting into writing and co-wrote a staged play that explores the relationships between grandmothers and granddaughters called Ambrosia that was produced originally in Los Angeles and later at the 2005 New York Fringe Festival. She also wrote an original comedy play, The Real Housewives of Tusktown in Mammoth Lakes, CA. 

Dalian's stage directing career has included four concept Shakespeare productions with Sierra Classic Theatre in Mammoth Lakes, CA : A Midsummer Night's Dream set in the 2013 town of Mammoth Lakes, Two Gentlemen of Verona set in "the talkies" era of Hollywood, The Merchant of Venice set in the 1849 U.S. westward expansion era and As You Like It set in 1969 CA "Summer of Love". She has also directed productions for Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre and Sierra Classic Theatre that include: Importance of Being Earnest, Art Dog, Outside Mullingar, and a staged reading of Rapture, Blister, Burn. 

Dalian recently directed a high concept, virtual reality film production of Macbeth and Hamlet featuring Michelle Hurd and Neil Flynn with Shakespeare in the Sphere that is in negotiations with a major network.

MARCUS NOBREUS

(Director, Writer, Producer, Editor)

Marcus has directed and written several original feature films and shorts. In 2017 he finished his first feature, a dark, back yard indie-thriller titled "Unrighteous Men". Nobreus also produced and directed several commercials including ones for Highnose Brewery and Hand Help. Currently, Nobreus is slated to direct the upcoming feature film "At Night", which he also wrote and is a co-production between Swedish production company Red Ocean Pictures and Los Angeles based Global Genesis Group.