Behind the Scenes for Tuesday Nights. Photo by  Cindy Trinh .

Behind the Scenes for Tuesday Nights. Photo by Cindy Trinh.

Shiva KAlaiselvan (Creator, PRoducer and Actor)

Originally from South East Asia, Shiva left Malaysia to pursue an undergraduate degree at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. She graduated with a degree in Finance in 2006 and continued in Finance, working as an Investment Banker for three years in Milwaukee and London.

Shiva received her MFA in Acting from Columbia University in 2015. In New York City, she has produced two theatrical productions with her first company Next In Line Productions LLC: Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me by Frank McGuiness and Exposure by Laura Zlatos; and had her off-broadway debut as an actress in Classic Stage Company’s Nathan the Wise by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, directed by Brian Kulick and stared F. Murray Abraham.

Recently she had recurring roles on Gotham (Fox) and The Originals (The CW).

Follow her on Instagram for more information: @shivashobitha

Behind the Scenes for Tuesday Nights. Photo by  Cindy Trinh .

Behind the Scenes for Tuesday Nights. Photo by Cindy Trinh.

Joe Bandelli (PRoducer, Director and Editor)

Joe Bandelli is an award winning Screenwriter, Director, and Producer, dedicated to passionate storytelling. Bandelli has created dozens of highly acclaimed films, sketches, and webisodes.

In 2016, he launched the production company, Marylous' Boys, in order to produce in all genres. Recent work includes the second installment in the Hell House franchise, Hell House 2: The Abaddon Hotel and the whodunit murder mystery feature, Cabin Fear.

A graduate of The College of New Jersey and later the New York Film Academy, Bandelli continues to tell stories that are thought provoking and fun, usually focusing his talents in the comedy and horror genres.

He says, "Joy and Fear are the two most powerful emotions. It is fulfilling if I can get just one person to feel either of these from watching something I've created."


Jolene Noelle (Dramaturg and SCript Supervisor)

Jolene is a freelance dramaturg, director, and theatrical wanderer. Her interests include devised theatre, physical theatre, and anything that exists in extremes. Jolene has been investigating the efficacy of horror aesthetics on stage, often directing and writing about the horror genre. Recent credits include: Dramaturg: Exposure, Next In Line Productions; The Hour of the Star, Columbia Stages; Ripper, Times Scare; Lilith, Columbia Univ. Asst. Director: BLACKOUT: House. Director: Video Clare, Columbia Univ. Literary Fellow: Geva Theatre.


Sarah Dooley (Original Music)

Sarah Dooley is a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter originally from Valparaiso, Indiana. Her debut album Stupid Things was profiled on NPR and hit #17 on the iTunes pop charts as a result. Her cover of But Not for Me was most recently featured in an episode of CBS's The Good Fight. She is currently recording her second album.

The eight songs from her album Stupid Things used in Tuesday Nights are below.

Technical Team

Director of Photography

Carlos Garcia De Dios

Production Designer

Kat Vancleave


Matthew Wise

Unit Production Manager

Jada Young

Assistant Director

Jennifer Downes

ARt Director

Duncan Hanrahan

Assistant Art Director & Wardrobe STylist

Holly Bishop

Hair & Makeup

Jaoko “PJ” Nyambok

1st assistant camera

Mike Mueller

2nd assistant camera / media manager

Mikal Ewing


Dave Steffey

Key Grip

Collin Chuicchini


Miguel Medina

Sound Mixer & Boom operator

Joey Defeo

Assistant Editor

Jon Shearburn


Oliver Ojeil

Sound designer

Keith Nolan