meet the team
Founder / Actor
Luca Malacrino, a Welsh-Italian actor/producer, began his diverse career owning and operating nightclubs in the Welsh capital of Cardiff. After completing his training at the American Musical & Dramatic Academy, he was selected to be part of BAFTA’s Newcomer Academy and remained in Los Angeles. His acting journey led him to various roles in well-known TV shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Coronation Street, and Criminal Minds, where he worked alongside Paul Sorvino.
Among the highlights of his acting experiences was the opportunity to work with the renowned Francis Ford Coppola. Expanding his creative endeavors, Malacrino along with Alex Hanno established their very own production company called The Chameleon Effect. Their initial accomplishments include the TV pilot, Served, and their debut feature film, Elephants. Currently, they are moving forward with an exciting lineup, including their next feature films, Dominus and A Sanctuary For Water Voles.
Founder / Actor
Caitlin Morris is an actor/creator/producer originally hailing from St. Pete, Florida. She was honored to lend her voice to the innovative piece that inspired SoundTrip: Playwrights Horizons' Play for Any Two People, written by Pulitzer Finalist Jordan Harrison. Select NY theater credits: Minor Character (The Public’s Under the Radar), David Greenspan’s The Things That Were There (Bushwick Starr), I thought I would die but I didn’t (Time Out Critic’s Pick), Drunk Shakespeare and The Antelope Party (NY Times Critic's Picks). Creator/producer/star of Sublets, a NY Web Fest & Vancouver Web Fest award-winning series. Co-founder of Pitch Her Productions. BFA: Otterbein University. Lifetime member of the Actors Studio.
Founder / Writer / Director
Alex Hanno is the writer/director behind the apocalyptic thriller A Social Contract starring Sean Astin, the romantic dramedy Elephants streaming on Amazon, and the award winning TV show Served. His pilot script, Seabrook, was the winner of CineStory’s TV Fellowship (Drama Division), while his other scripts have placed in competitions such as Final Draft’s Big Break, Scriptapalooza, Austin Film Festival, and many more. As a director, his films – including his latest, Bonus Time – have screened at the likes of Sunscreen Film Festival, Idyllwild Festival of Cinema, and the DTLA Film Festival. Alex has also worked in development for Broad Green Pictures and VMI Worldwide, alongside co-managing Deadline Junkies, a screenwriting organization based in LA.
Founder / Composer / Sound Design
Bill Prokopow is a writer, director, and composer. He recently scored the upcoming feature film “Nandor Fodor and the Talking Mongoose” starring Simon Pegg, Minnie Driver, and Christopher Lloyd. He also wrote and produced a number of songs for the new “The Muppets Mayhem” show on Disney+.
He’s amassed more than 22 million streaming plays for his solo project where he takes the moniker ‘Will Post’, and his song “Wonderlust” shot to the #1 spot on the Shazam Discovery and US Charts for nearly two weeks in August of 2020 after it was featured in the popular Netflix movie “The Kissing Booth 2". His instrumental music has also been heard prominently in trailers, shorts, national primetime television shows, concert halls, and rock venues all across the US.
Soundtrip Fringe Producer
Tal Fox has over 12 years of professional experience in the entertainment industry. She has a BFA in Musical Theatre and a BA in Communications from Pace University, teaches at UCLA, and has lectured across the US. As a Talent Agent at Kazarian/Measures/Ruskin & Associates, she led the Equity/Theater department and Youth TV/ Film Department, helping many actors to succeed.
Her expertise spans performing, casting (with credits including Center Theatre Group and Bleecker St. Theatre), and producing. She’s also the Associate Producer and Casting Director for 5-Star Theatricals in Thousand Oaks, CA, and continues to act and teach in Los Angeles, the Conejo Valley, and Orange County.
The award-winning Off-Broadway theater Playwrights Horizons produced the piece that inspired SoundTrip – Play for Any Two People, written by Jordan Harrison and directed by Morgan Green – via their digital theatre series, Soundstage.
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