Asha Cybele is an Intimacy Coordinator, Certified Covid Compliance Officer, Actor, Writer, Radio Host as well as a fundraiser.
She is a member of Actor’s Equity and SAG/AFTRA. Asha Cybele offers a wide variety of services ranging from consulting to coaching to choreography, any of which can be combined and tailored to fit your show’s particular needs.A veteran of film and theatre, Asha has raised millions by connecting donors with the fiscal stewardship of creative projects they’re passionate about. This approach is on display in one of her most recent projects, Rooted in Peace, a powerful new documentary that has attracted͞ the participation of such luminaries as Deepak Chopra, Noble Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, director David Lynch and media mogul Ted Turner, to name but a few. Asha also worked with Rattle the Cage to raise funds for director Tim Gorski and Synthian Sharp’s film“ How I Became an Elephant”. This documentary film follows a young girl’s quest to save one elephant, which leads to a continuing plan to save the species. As the lead Intimacy Coordinator on the set of the play Ella, the Ungovernable, Asha worked closely with the writers and directors to achieve their creative vision while proactively communicating actor’s physical and emotional boundaries as intimate scenes were crafted. A dual citizen of the Denmark and the United States. Asha is available to work in the U.S as well as the E.U. She shares her home base between Kingston, New York, the heart of“ Hollywood on the Hudson” and a ranch in Northern California. Asha completed 16 hours with Theatrical Intimacy Best Practices Education. She is ready to assist at all levels of production to guarantee that industry standards for mediating consent are met.
Nedra is an Intimacy Coordinator, Covid Compliance Officer,
Movement Specialist, Teaching Artist, Actor, Writer, and Director. She is a member of Actor’s Equity and SAG/AFTRA. She strives to create a collaborative atmosphere. She has served as the Intimacy Coordinator for The Standard Theatre Company. A theatre company that has produced original plays since 2010. They have workshopped and premiered the award – winning plays: Good Grief by Ngozi Anyanwu which won the Humanitas Award and Detroit 67 written by 2019 Macarthur Genius Grant recipient Dominique Morisseau. She also works at the The Foundry Theatre in Wilton Manors, Fort Lauderdale and with the Creative Shelter in Miami. She is the On-site Intimacy Coordinator Advisor/Instructor at New York Film Academy, Los Angeles campus, a film and acting school based in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, and across the world. Nedra has an MFA in Performance from Pennsylvania State University and has trained 16 hours with Theatre Intimacy Education in Best Practices and in De-escalating Conflict with Intimacy Coordinator Alliance Los Angeles.
Catrina Graham is a COVID-19 Coordinator
She works diligently with the cast and crew to mitigate risk of infection
She has Pursued studies and completed all requirements Coronavirus (COVID-19) for Nursing Professionals. She is a Licensed Nurse in California and Pennsylvania.
She is a highly-motivated, ambitious and skilled Nurse with several years of clinical experience.