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'The Chorus for Candice' -- a short movie by K.L.Storer. Featuring Kimberly J. Reiter with Charity Farrel and Benjamin T. Sadai


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Kimberly J. Reiter as Candice

Charity Farrell as Elizabeth

Benjamin T. Sadai as William

K.L.Storer as the lawyer

Wally the Rabbit designed by Alex Carmichal

directed by K.L.Storer

assistant director & script supervisor Lisa M. Sadai

sound & boom operator Jason Frisbie

additional sound engineering by K.L.Storer

post-production sound engineering and processing at ZoRanda Records by Wayne Justice

Wally printed at Digital Depot

additional foley & all ambient sound provided by Sound Rangers

    "Coma" performed by The Hip Replacements
     with guest vocalist Shannon Driscoll.
written and produced by Lou Lala
song © copyright 2002 Lou Lala
recording © copyright 2005 Lou Lala
song & recording used by permission

closing title music "Candice Leaves Corinth" written and performed by K.L.Storer

The Chorus for Candice screenplay by K.L.Storer,
based on the short story of the same name by K.L.Storer

produced by K.L.Storer as a Thespeoretical(TM) production

Thank you to Barbara Coriell for the use of her home as the set and for the use of several properties

Thank you to The Dayton Theatre Guild for the use of several properties

Thank you to Miriam Estes for her production help

the motion picture The Chorus for Candice
© Copyright MMVI K.L.Storer


KImberly J. Reiter     Kimberly J. Reiter (Candice)

Kim has appeared in many stage productions in the Dayton, Ohio area where she and her husband, theatrical director Justin Reiter, lived from 2002 to 2007. These productions include I Never Sang For My Father, Proposals, Sordid Lives, Anything Goes, Always....Patsy Cline, All My Son's, 42nd Street, Dearly Beloved, Christmas Belles and On Golden Pond. While living in the Washington, DC area some of her favorite roles included Rosie in Bye Bye Birdie, Sister Robert Anne in Nunsense and Lina Lamont in Singin' in the Rain. Kim has toured nationally and internationally with theatre productions on and off for nearly twenty years. Tours include: Me and My Girl, Big: the Musical, Annie, Cabaret, Cinderella, Fosse, The Full Monty, Jekyll and Hyde, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, starring Patrick Cassidy. She has won several awards as an actor including Daytony Awards, the annual awards for professional, community and collegiate theatre productions in the Dayton area. In late summer 2007, Kimberly and Justin returned to the adventure of working theatrical management for professional touring companies.

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Charity Farrell     Charity Farrell (Elizabeth)

Charity started acting at the tender age of five when she was cast as a symbolic child in Christian singer Mollie Magee's music video. When she was 12 years old she was honored to be invited to New York to audition for the broadway bound production of A Little Princess and was thrilled to receive three callbacks for the leading roles of Sara and Becky. Since then she's been continually working on building her theatrical career, performing in such shows as, The Secret Garden (Mary), A Little Princess (Sara), The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy), Oliver (Nancy), and Beauty and the Beast (Belle) to name a few. Last August Charity performed with the Ohio Metropolitan Theatre Orchestra as their vocal soloist and since had the lead role in The Diary of Anne Frank at the Falcon Theatre, and as Wendy in the Muse Machine production of Peter Pan at The Victoria Theatre in Dayton, Ohio. This month (March 2008) she is Aninku in the Victoria Theatre Association production of Brundibar.

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Benjamin T. Sadai     Benjamin T. Sadai (William)

Benjamin comes from a family of actors -- his father Gerry, his mother Lisa *(see below) and his siblings all also perform. Ben attends Stivers School for the Arts, in Dayton, Ohio as a theatre major. He has worked with several other Indie-film projects, as well as a commercial for Mr. Clean Magic Eraser where he played Messy Kid, a role he felt particularly adept for. He is also drawn to the wicked stage, where favorite roles have been the Dormouse in The Dayton Theatre Guild production of Alice in Wonderland, young Frank in the musical Merrily We Role Along at The Dayton Playhouse, and Astyanax in The Trojan Women at Sinclair Community College. In his young life he has accomplished many amazing feats, the least not being having memorized all the words to "The Llama Song," and having read all the Goosebump books -- besides being able to charm the socks off snakes. As well he volunteers at The Dayton Public Library. This month (Jan 2008) Ben appears as a witch and as one of the MacDuff children in Verdi's Macbeth for The Dayton Opera.

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Lisa M. Sadai     Lisa M. Sadai (assistant director & script supervisor)

Although Lisa has been a stage and film performer since the age of seventeen, she has recently begun to turn her energies toward "The Dark Side." She has held the positions of scenic artist, technical assistant, props mistress, dramaturge and make-up artist for productions at Sinclair Community College. She particularly enjoys Dramaturgy and Props as this gives her a chance to research and spend time in libraries -- a happy place for her. Since this movie project has wrapped, Lisa has worked behind the scenes doing props for The Human Race Theatre Company production of Painting Churches. The Chorus for Candice was Lisa's first time to work production on a film project, but immediately anticipated more opportunities and has already been a production assistant for several educational videos at Sinclair Community College. She also learned the "business end of the Business" as Sinclair's box office manager, and has been a Dayton Theatre Guild board member and a DayTony committee member. As a performer, Lisa has appeared in many Dayton theatres: Fairborn Actors Theatre, Young At Heart Players, Sinclair Community College Theatre, Muse Machine/Human Race In-School Tour, The Dayton Theatre Guild, Springfield Civic Theatre and has worked as a free-lance actress for the University of Dayton Law Clinic. Most recently she appeared in a Kroger's training video, as a Super for the The Dayton Opera's production of Don Giovanni and in Jan 2008, along with Ben, appeared as a witch in MacBeth, also for the Dayton Opera. Her last stage appearance was as Anna in David Mamet's Boston Marriage at The Dayton Theatre Guild, for which she has won numerous awards.

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K.L.Storer     K.L.Storer (director & screenwriter)

K.L. directed his first movie as a junior at Wilbur Wright High School in Dayton, Ohio in the mid-70's -- a short, titled Good Morning, Good Morning, starring a classmate in his film making class. He shot and directed several videos toward earning his dual major degree in English and Mass Communication from Wright State University. As an actor he appeared in almost every theatre production during his high school tenure, including Sakini in Teahouse of the August Moon (1976) and Psuedolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1977). It was 2004 before K.L. appeared on stage again, as Johnny Pateen Mike O'Dougal in The Cripple of Inishmaan at the Dayton Theatre Guild where he is now the house manager. He has continued acting as well as producing theatre productions. He appeared in Nona, a Stephen King Dollar Baby movie and also the fan film Ghostbusters: Spook University. In August 2007 he appeared in the short-subject movie Still Me, which is currently making the film festival rounds, having already secured the Best Actor Award for its male lead Scott King at Spudfest Take II, Audience Award for Best Short at the Big Bear Lake International Film Festival, and Best Family Film at the Secret City Film Festival. K.L. most recently appeared in a staged reading of Work Song - Three Views Of Frank Lloyd Wright for Springfield StageWorks in the roles of Edwin Cheney and Alexander Woollcott, which was performed Sep 25, 26, & 28 at the historic The Westcott House, in Springfield, Ohio, a Wright design. Last winter K.L. was producer and sound designer for the critically successful production of Israel Horovitz' Park Your Car in Harvard Yard at the Dayton Theatre Guild. He will produce two plays for The Guild in the Spring of 2009. An occasionally published writer, K.L. produces The WriteGallery Creative Writing Web Site which hosts this web page. As a film maker he is currently in preproduction for a series of narrative, long-form improvisational movies.

Click here for K.L.'s September 24, 2006 blog essay about shooting The Chorus for Candice.

For the index of K.L.'s creative writing and essays, click here.

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