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1928 - Anna, a poor waitress, has been dating the well-heeled
club owner's son, lawrence, for a year when their worlds finally collide. 

Fahnon Bennett


Fahnon Bennett is a Brooklyn based writer, director and cinematographer. He's currently the Director of Photography for Douglas Elliman RE and has performed directing, photography and editing duties for Louder Arts, TWiB Media, Sponsored By!, Elevate Magazine, Project Theater, Working Voices, Our Bar and more. Follow Fahnon on Vimeo (  

PS - You really, really need to check out his Ice Bucket Challenge here.

Erin Salm


Erin Salm is an actor and producer based out of New York City.  She has degrees in Theatre and Music from Temple University, and is an MFA Candidate in Acting at The New School for Drama.  Most recently, she produced and performed in three short films last year, 1928 as well as the comedy Elves, and an as of yet untitled thriller.  She has been a guest instructor at NYU Summer Highschool program as well as an actor with their MFA Playwriting Program.  Erin's NYC credits include: Marriage of Figaro (Pearl Theatre Co. - Marceline u/s), Brooklyn Labyrinth (Oracle), Apocalypse of John (Serious Theatre Collective - NY & Philly Fringe), Human Resources (AND), and My Boyfriend is a Zombie (Theatre for the New City).  Erin produced and performed in the 2 woman cabaret "Ordinary on the Side" which sold out and was extended at Don't Tell Mama in the heart of NYC's theatre district. Erin has worked with Regional theatres such as Williamstown, The Arden, Act II Playhouse, and the Fulton Opera House.  Erin is a regular cast member at Project Theatre's monthly show Our Bar and is the host of The Haughty Nerdress Podcast. Connect more with Erin on her website or via twitter @haughtynerdress




Drew Moerlein is a NYC-based actor and Syracuse University graduate. He is currently playing 'Paul Owen' in American Psycho The Musical - his Broadway Debut.  National Tour: SPANK! The Fifty Shades Musical Parody (Christian Grey role). Regional Theatre: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and SpikeThe Real ThingLost in Yonkers, The Sound of Music, A Christmas Carol. TV: Eli Roth's South of Hell (Dusty - series regular), OLTLLegal Aids, In Between Men. Film: Blind, Fair Market Value, V/H/SHeather and Andy, 1928, Yearbook. Thank you to Robert Stein Management, Stewart Talent, Telsey & Co., Don Buchwald & Associates, Mom, Pop & Alex, Mr. Speigel & Ms. Devino, and his amazing friends and family.

Love to his wife and inspiration Adrienne. Proud AEA member since 2012.




Rachel Handshaw is an American actress based in London.  Recent credits include roles in the feature films, Snowden, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Edge of Tomorrow, and The Fifth Estate. Onstage in the United Kingdom, she has appeared in The Lonely Soldier Monologues at the Cockpit Theatre, Crowd as part of the ObamAmerica festival at Theatre503, The Helen Project at the Lost Theatre, Penelope who Really Cried at the White Bear Theatre, Rhinegold at The Yard, liberty equality fraternity at the Tron Theatre and the Traverse Theatre, Lethe and The Rise and Fall of Lucas Petite at The Arches, and The Wars of the Roses trilogy at the Scottish Youth Theatre. In New York City, she worked extensively in Off Broadway theatres as well as regionally at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and the Hangar Theatre. Rachel trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly the RSAMD), Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and Sarah Lawrence College.


Images taken By Heather Smith

Listen to "Trough" by Come On Live Long, featured in 1928.



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