SCAD presents "The Buzz," episode 3
Life isn't always grande.
Executively produced by Mark Tymchyshyn, Andra Reeve-Rabb, Greg Smith and Neil Short, this sitcom follows the story of three down-on-their-luck guys trying to navigate post-college life with help from characters at the local coffee shop.
Watch "The Buzz" and see this group of 20-somethings discover life isn't always grande.
For more information about the performing arts program at SCAD, visit scad.edu/performing-arts.
A Live from Studio A/SCADdered TV production
Casey Edwards (B.F.A. performing arts, Chicago, Illinois), Zane Harris (M.F.A. performing arts, Astoria, New York), Georgia Snow Nicholas (B.F.A. performing arts, film and television minor, Stonington, Connecticut), Heather Schroeder (M.F.A. performing arts, Union City, New Jersey), Loïc Suberville (B.F.A. performing arts, San Rafael, California) and Cannon Wise (B.F.A. performing arts, dramatic writing minor, Dallas, Texas)
Brian Barlow (M.F.A. performing arts, West Chester, Pennsylvania), Hannah Chiclana (M.F.A. performing arts, Orlando, Florida) and Courtney Fortner (B.F.A. performing arts, vocal performance minor, Manchester, Missouri)
Sommer Tarabek (M.F.A. film and television, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina)
Joselyn Lamas (B.F.A. film and television, South Daytona, Florida) and Bryson Lima (B.F.A. film and television, Rockledge, Florida)
Supervising producer and writer
Matt Nickley (M.F.A., performing arts, 2016, Norwood, Massachusetts)
Kyle Strype (B.F.A. sound design, Bradenton, Florida), Chris Walasek (B.F.A. sound design, music composition minor, Sacramento, California), Terrance Boston (M.F.A. sound design, Florence, South Carolina) and Ian Chase (B.F.A. sound design, El Paso, Texas)