Bread Circus Productions, LLC

 

“Two things only the people anxiously desire — bread and circuses.”
– Juvenal

Our team consists of Greg Benson, Keegan Cassady, and Ryan Laney. Here’s a bit about the Management:

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Our host!

Greg Benson is a bartender, writer and historian. He’s spent time behind the stick in numerous cities around the world including New York, Washington, DC and Glasgow, Scotland. In addition to Bar None he co-hosts The Speakeasy with Sother Teague on Heritage Radio Network. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn.

Our Producer!

Keegan Cassady is a man of many hats: writer, actor, videographer, fundraiser, grantwriter. He has been producing entertainment for print, stage, and screen for the last ten years. He holds his BA in Theatre with Honors from the College of William and Mary, and his MBA from George Mason University. He currently works in Baltimore, MD. You can find out more about him at keegancassady.com

Our Sound Designer

Ryan Laney is a composer of acoustic and electroacoustic concert music, musical theatre, and music for film based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. His works have been presented in the United States at conferences such as the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, the SEAMUS national conference, and Electronic Music Midwest, and abroad at the Matera Intermedia Festival in Italy. Ryan was recently awarded a residency at Millikin University for his new musical, Pirandello.

Ryan holds a bachelor’s degree with honors in physics from the College of William & Mary and is currently pursuing his doctorate in composition at the University of Texas at Austin. His teachers have included Burton Hatheway, Greg Bowers, Yevgeniy Sharlat, and Russell Pinkston.

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