That Vampire Show follows Kat Wright, a high school senior who is obsessed with the hit TV show, “Bloodlines.” After winning a fan fiction writing contest for the show, Kat is given the chance to visit set and meet the cast and crew. When the trip doesn’t go as planned — and she and the creator of the show, Warren Young, have a major fight — Kat’s life and the future of “Bloodlines” both spiral out of control. That Vampire show is currently casting — for more information, and to submit, click here. 

Meet The Team

Marissa Tandon
Marissa TandonCreator & Showrunner

Marissa Tandon is a LA Based writer, director, and performer. Her previous audio work includes: Super Ordinary, The Sword & The Stoner, His Royal Fakin’ Highness Life On Pause. Her writing has been recognized by The Austin Film Festival, Sundance, The NewFest Reading Series, and the Hollywood Fringe Festival. She’s a graduate of Emerson College’s Writing for Film & TV program, and has previously trained in stand up and improv comedy at iO West. She deeply misses making people laugh in person, but hopes that bringing laughs to your home will suffice.

Alex Whisenhunt
Alex WhisenhuntWriter

Alex Whisenhunt is a writer currently residing in New York City where she spends most of her time writing poetry about her exes and hanging out with her cat. Her most recent collection of poems was just released as a chapbook entitled: My Body and Other Love Stories and was extremely well received by the aforementioned cat (and others). She studied Media Production and Writing at Emerson College where she was also lucky enough to write and produce a full length play of poetry (Someone Else to Write About) about, you guessed it, her exes! Previously, Alex has written for His Royal Fakin’ Highness and Life On Pause.

Gabriel Urbina
Gabriel UrbinaWriter

Gabriel Urbina is a writer and director, best known as the creator of Wolf 359, a Webby-Award nominated serial audio drama that’s been downloaded over thirteen million times in over a hundred different countries. As head writer and executive producer for the series, Gabriel wrote forty-one of Wolf 359’s sixty-one full episodes – and directed all but one episode of the series – earning various production and writing awards over the series’s four-year run. He is also the co-creator and co-writer for Time:Bombs, a thriller/comedy mini series, and Zero Hours, an anthology fiction series about different versions of the end of the world. His writing has been featured on other internationally acclaimed audio dramas, such as The Bright Sessions, Wooden Overcoats and Outliers.

Cassidy Jones
Cassidy JonesWriter

Cassidy Lu Jones is a writer and recovering actor living in Los Angeles. A graduate of Kenyon College’s theatre department, she likes to remind herself that it is okay that she did not win the Joanne Woodward Award for best acting because neither did Allison Janney. This comparison keeps her both grounded and humble. They also trained at the Eugene O’Neill National Theatre Institute and with a movement based theatre company known as Complicite. They enjoy not fully committing to any one hobby and can usually be found making soup, being discouraged about not knowing how to play the banjo without ever practicing for more than a week, puzzling, or laying in the sun. She is so excited to be apart of the TVS team and hopes you think she’s both funny and cute.

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