Co-written, Produced, and directed by
Executive Produced by
Mary ann Mullane
Sound editor and engineer
Jane Lynch as The Narrator
Kristin Chenoweth as Bunny Bell Pasht
Michael Hitchcock as Detective Lou Louie
oscar Nuñez as Phil Absconder
August Nuñez as Frankie Absconder
Karen Huie as Fan He
Jim Lau as Hop He
Matt Mattson as Tim Hades
Jaclyn Hales as Lexi Hades
Ki Hong Lee as Kyle Shyttles
Ash lendzion as Sara Fatbottom
Machete Bang Bang as Pasta
Victoria Atkin as Rebexa
with Heather morris as marsha
Ed Westwick as Rick the Killer
Sounds like a million bucks.
Alex Carter sound editor & engineer
Tory Cummins is a multi-instrumentalist, music producer and composer based in Los Angeles.
Tory grew up in Knoxville Tennessee learning music from his father, Clyde Foley Cummins. Starting with the trumpet, he learned over a dozen more instruments, including guitar and drums. By age 11, Tory was performing in front of thousands of people at various theaters, venues, and state fairs with his father’s traveling band.
After moving to Los Angeles at age 28 to become an independent music producer and solo artist, Tory discovered a new love for music in the form of composing. With influences like Frank Zappa, Miles Davis, Tool, and King Crimson, Tory’s music is versatile and progressive.
Alex Carter is an audio engineer and mixer based in Nashville, TN. He has worked with Grammy-winning artists and engineers, Tony and Emmy recipients, and top-level athletes. Carter has 8 album credits in various genres, including assisting on the 2020 Grammy-winning Fisk Jubilee Singers Celebrating Fisk - the 150th Anniversary Album. In the past two years, Carter has mixed/mastered over 300 podcast episodes and currently works as the Senior Audio Engineer at Bleav Podcast network.
Carter holds a Master's of Fine Arts in Recording Technologies from Middle Tennessee State University where he learned to make bad things sound good, and good things sound bad (intentionally of course). There, Carter studied human hearing and spatial audio as part of his MFA final project Zen and the Art of Virtual Gardening, a project that involved creating a 3-dimensional virtual landscape playable on the HTC Vive.
When he's not working, you can find Carter producing fat hip-hop beats, taking long walks with his wife Amanda, gardening, or chopping wood for a fire.