The bardy bunch Team



Stephen's Cut Me Down and Dead Fathers have enjoyed several theatrical productions, and his musical Plunge is in development with Skyward Productions in D.C. His short film Boy-Next-Door premiered at HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival and has screened at over a dozen festivals. His screenplay Chasing Disasters is currently under option. He grew up relating to Bobby, then Peter, then Greg, and is now enjoying the Mike phase of his life with his lovely ladies: wife Donna and daughters Harper and Lea. Stephen is a proud member of Dramatists Guild of America.

JAY STERN (director)

Jay's recent theater work includes the world premiere of Gary Apple’s musical Hell is for Real, and 20th Century Photograph, a devised piece co-created with director Veronica Wigg. Jay's feature films Spirit Cabinet and The Adventures of Paul and Marian are currently making the festival rounds. Jay is a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab and a founder of the World Wide Lab, an international collective dedicated to collaborations between directors. With the World Wide Lab, Jay co-created Alien Attack at Teatro Due in Rome, Italy, and was the co-artistic director of the Lab’s season at the Apollo Theater in Syros, Greece. Jay is also a producer and co-host of the Iron Mule Short Comedy Film Festival, which has been screening monthly in NYC since 2002.

MIKE TIMONEY (producer)

Mike was a cast member of The Bardy Bunch in both the FringeNYC and Off-Broadway companies. He also co-produced the sold-out cabaret version of Bardy that was performed at Broadway’s Supper Club 54 Below, as well as the by-special-request encore performance. As an actor, he has performed in films, commercials, voice overs, soap operas and onstage at, among others, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. He can currently be seen in the web series He’s With Me as the husband of Debra Jo Rupp. He has worked with Jerry Zaks, Harold Prince, Scott Ellis, Bryan Cranston, Jeremy Irons, John Cullum, Arvin Brown, Cady Huffman, George Clooney, Nicole Kidman, Bruce Willis, Clare Bloom and Leonard Nimoy. Mike produced the New York segment of Telecom Asia 1997. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Fairfield University.

LORNA VENTURA (choreographer)

Lorna is an actress/director/choreographer, working in theater, film and television. Some of her Broadway credits include associate choreographer to Christopher Ashley on All Shook Up! and George C. Wolfe on Harlem Song and an SDC observership with Kathleen Marshall on Nice Work If You Can Get It. Her performance credits include the original Broadway cast of Wicked, the 1994 Broadway Revival of Grease and the first national company of the 2011 revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Ms. Ventura’s choreography was featured Off-Broadway in Hell is for Real for the 2015 FringeNYC, Drop Dead Perfect at St. Clement’s Theatre, Fabulous Lipitones, book John Marcus and Mark St. Germain, directed by Peter Flynn, Hopper, with music and lyrics by Jonatha Brooke and book by Anton Dudley and she was the Assistant Choreographer for the Off-Broadway production of Trip of Love. Her choreography on film and television includes Kate And LeopoldIt Runs In The FamilyThe Dancer Chronicles, seasons one through five of Gossip Girl and the first two seasons of Carrie Diaries. Lorna’s choreography for Frog Kiss, a musical, received an Honorary Mention for Outstanding Choreography NYMF Awards 2011 and she was chosen as one of Dance Break’s Emerging Choreographers 2011 and BC beats showcase 2013.

LOGAN MEDLAND (music director/vocal and piano arrangements)

Logan is the author and composer of Fingers and Toes (NYMF 2010), which has since had regional productions at the Merry-Go-Round Playhouse in Auburn NY, the Plaza Theatre in Florida, and The Ivoryton Theatre. As a music director, he has performed in Jersey Boys (Associate MD - Toronto production and 1st and 2nd National Tours), Cats (conductor National Tour), A Christmas Story (Supervisor U.S Tour), Chicago, and Crazy for You. Most recently, Associate MD - Superfly workshop and Associate MD - A Bronx Tale workshop for Dodgers and Tommy Mottola.