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A fireman returns to his quiet upstate cabin after unexpected time away, only to discover that he's not alone.




Michael O'Keefe

As an actor Michael O'Keefe has garnered both Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations. He's appeared in the films Michael Clayton, Frozen River, The Pledge, Apartment 143, Inside Game, Ironweed, The Great Santini and Caddyshack. Television audiences 

will recognize him as CIA Agent John Redmond on Homeland and remember him as "Fred" on Roseanne.  Other TV appearances also include City On A Hill, Sneaky Pete, Power, The West Wing, Law and Order, House M.D., The Closer and Brothers and Sisters. 

He's appeared on Broadway in Reckless, Side Man,

The Fifth of July and Mass Appeal, for which he received a Theater World Award.


As a writer his lyrics were in the Grammy winning song, Longing in their Hearts, which was composed and sung by Bonnie Raitt.  

He's also written with Irish singer songwriter Paul Brady, and their collaboration Tower of Gone  will be on Brady's new album Maybe So.


as Jimmy


Erik Lochtefeld is an actor/singer based in New York with extensive Broadway, off-Broadway
and regional credits. Recent TV appearances include The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and HBO’s
The Plot Against America. He is married to screenwriter Laura Eason. 


Erik Lochtefeld

as Justin


Melissa Leo

Melissa Leo is the recipient of several accolades, including an Academy Award, an Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award, two Critics' Choice Awards, and a Screen Actors Guild Award.

After appearing on several television shows and films in the 1980s, Leo became a regular on the television shows All My Children, which won her a Daytime Emmy Award, and The Young Riders. Her breakthrough role came in 1993 as detective and later sergeant Kay Howard on the television series Homicide: Life on the Street.


In 2013, she won a Primetime Emmy Award for her guest role on the television series Louie. She starred in the 2015 Fox event series Wayward Pines as Nurse Pam. She then starred in the 2017 Netflix film The Most Hated Woman in America as American Atheists founder Madalyn Murray O'Hair.


as Ann

Linda Powell is an American actress who has had a long career of supporting roles in film and television. Her most notable roles being Ingrid Mills on Chicago Fire, Pauline Samson in TV mini-series Political Animals and a lawyer in the film Blue Caprice.

Powell has also worked extensively in the theater, starring on Broadway in revivals of Wilder, Wilder, Wilder  and On Golden Pond, and off Broadway in productions of A Raisin in the Sun, Angela’s Mixtape and The Christians.


Linda Powell


as Woman in Suit

Danielle Skraastad

Danielle Skraastad is so excited to be a part of Emily Donahoe's ANYTHING, but especially a part of this beautiful film starring Melissa Leo, Linda Powell and Michael O'Keefe.  Broadway credits include All My Sons. Her Off Broadway credits include  Paris by Eboni Booth at The Atlantic,  Hurricane Diane by Madeleine George at NYTW and Two River Theater, Baby Screams Miracle (Clubbed Thumb),  The Mound Builders (The Signature), IHO... (Signature/The Public) and The Wake (The Public), Anon (The Atlantic), The Pain and the Itch (Playwrights Horizons), the world premiere of The Eyes of  Others (The New Ohio), Lidless (Page 73), Carrie:A Period Piece (Theater Couture. PS 122), Lascivious Something (Cherry Lane Mentor Project), Big Times (W.E.T.).  She has appeared regionally in the world premiere of In the Wake (Berkeley Rep, CTG/Mark Taper, Kirk Douglas) for which she received an LA Stage Alliance Ovation Award nomination, the world premiere of Tomorrow In the Battle (StageWorks/Hudson), Death Tax (The Humana Arts Festival), Magnetic North (Portland Stage Co), Becky Shaw, Big Love (The Wilma). Regionally she has also worked at ACT/Seattle, Cap Rep Albany, Two River Theater Festival, Portland Stage Co.. Her film and television credits include 27 Dresses, Michael Clayton, The Business of Story,"SVU", "Law and Order", "Unforgettable," "Mercy," "Fringe".  Skraastad received a Master's Degree from NYU.


as Doris



Jeremiah Kipp's directing credits include BROKEN BADGES (Chinese-American co-production), BLACK WAKE starring Tom Sizemore, PICKUP starring Jim True-Frost ("The Wire"), EDWARD ALBEE: A TRANSFORMATIVE MOMENT starring Mercedes Ruehl, THE SADIST starring Tom Savini,  and THE POD starring Larry Fessenden. He has completed post-production on his monster movie SLAPFACE starring Dan Hedaya (Blood Simple) and August Maturo (The Nun).


Jeremiah Kipp



Trained in fine arts and stage design, Amanda is a New York-based designer with over 20 years experience in bringing creativity to events, hospitality, theatre and film. As the Associate Creative Director for Relevant, an experiential market group, and the Design Director at Olivier Cheng Catering and Events, she designed multi-disciplinary installations for top brands like Heineken, Nike, Victoria Secret, Don Julio, Hennessy, W Hotels, Renaissance Hotels, Stoli,, Diesel, Microsoft, Bon Appetit, Net-A-Porter, Old Navy and Time Warner Cable. 

Her creative studio, Amanda Rehbein Studio, focuses on hospitality, commercial and residential spaces. Amanda has developed a diverse team of imaginative designers and technical masters, to offer full service design solutions for all projects.

Amanda earned her degree in Theatre Design at Concordia University in Montreal and her Masters in Fine Arts at New York University in Design for Stage and Film.


Amanda Rehbein

Executive Producer/Production Designer


Natasha Straley is a wanderlust-filled independent filmmaker working across the country - from New York City to Texas, Los Angeles and in between. Her career in the entertainment realm began as an actor before accepting roles on the other side of the camera in 2010. She worked on various film productions sifting through every department until directing naturally rose to the surface in 2016.

Her work focuses on both comedic and dramatic scripted content diving into uncomfortable nuances of human behaviors and relationships. She is driven by subtle screenplays which push boundaries and examine the grey area between right and wrong, telling stories intended to uplift and empower individuals. These stories support equality and are told from HER point of view. 

​She has directed and produced countless short films, which have screened at festivals across the country. Her first feature screenplay was a Second Rounder at Austin Film Festival 2021. She has been awarded the San Antonio Film Commission Local Filmmaker Grant in 2017 and 2019. She was awarded the Female Filmmaker of the Year Award from Austin Revolution Film Festival, 2018.


Natasha Straley



David McMahon, originally from Birmingham, Alabama, has directed many plays and two feature documentaries: the award-winning “Skanks”, which premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival, and “Bayou Blue” the story of Louisiana serial killer Ronald Dominique, co-directed with Alix Lambert, which premiered at the International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam. He has a Master of Fine Arts from the University of California-San Diego and co-founded Apparition Productions, which produced both “Appartion” by Anne Washburn and “Deathbed” by Mark Schultz in New York City. 

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David McMahon

Executive Producer


Co-founder and executive producer, Apparition Productions. Off-Broadway productions included world premiere of Anne Washburn’s “Apparition” (“Best of 2005,” Time Out New York ), and Mark Shultz’s “Deathbed” (“A coolly thoughtful and taut meditation,” New York Times). Other projects included associate production of “(I Am) Nobody’s Lunch” with The Civilians at Edinburgh Festival (“First in Fringe” award) and development workshops with Kyle Donnelly, Jordan Harrison, and filmmaker Jeremiah Kipp. As an actress, Emily has performed on Broadway & Off-Broadway, in regional theaters around the country, on TV, film, and radio. She can be seen in the upcoming limited Showtime series “Rust,” with Maura Tierney.


Emily is the founder of WOMENSPEAK Training (WST), a public communications training company. WST offerings work to build female voice and visibility in public spaces by giving women, men, and organizations tools to amplify women's voices and to drive organizational performance.


Emily Donahoe

Executive Producer


Violinist Megan Gould is one of NYC's most versatile musicians. Her comfort within a wide range of styles, her responsiveness to other musicians on stage, and a soulful improvisational style make Megan a sought-after element in many musical projects. She has performed around the world in cities across Europe and the Middle East, and has toured extensively throughout the US. She has composed music for projects from Natalie Merchant, the Carnegie Hall Lullaby Project, the Utah Philharmonia and the New York Arabic Orchestra, among many others. Her work in film includes composing and recording several independent film soundtracks, performing on soundtracks by composers such as Philip Glass, Nico Muhly and Erin O’Hara and appearing on-screen performing with David Byrne’s band for the film This Must Be the Place, starring Sean Penn.


Megan Gould




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John Backstrom

Assistant Director

Eric Richardson

Director of Photography

Dominick Sivilli

DP (Second Unit)

Caroline Mariko Stucky

Assistant Camera

Alex Gavin

AC (Second Unit)

George Martens


Nathan Rodan

Gaffer (2nd Unit)

Patrick Stoffer

Grip/Line Producer

Noel Jacoboni

Hair and Makeup

Eric Romary

Sound Mixer

Katie Dillon


Evan Joseph

Sound Design

Donato Boccia


Christopher Piccione


Emily Levin

Covid Compliance Spec.

Beautiful Lady Productions

Post Production Services

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Steve Buscemi

​​Robert John Burke

Hunter Fire County #1


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