Our Team

Pamela Winslow Kashani Co-Founder

Pamela loves to create and foster new artistic ideas. She co-leads Apples and Oranges Studios, the film, television, and theater production company with her husband Tim Kashani. Three seasons of A and O’s Bridge to Broadway program paved the way for THEatre ACCELERATOR, now “taking the starving out of artist” using Silicon Valley principles to empower the creative mind. Over sixty creative teams have experienced THEatre ACCELERATOR, creating more opportunities for voices of all kinds to be heard. Working to generate more diversity in stories and more ways to view them A and O has filmed two feature musical films in the last two years and has plans to film several more. Apples and Oranges is currently exploring the latest in XR to further amplify story and to augment the process of storytelling. 

As an actor Pamela created varied roles such as Ensign McKnight on Star Trek: The Next Generation and the original Rapunzel in Into the Woods on Broadway. Also on Broadway Pamela played Cinderella in Into the Woods, Lucille in Meet Me in St. Louis and Babette (the feather duster) in Beauty and the Beast. Pamela has played many leading roles at regional theaters across the US as well as TV guest appearances and hosted her own TV show, Arts Coast to Coast. Change Happens, her one-woman stage show, has played in several venues on both coasts, most recently in Palm Springs. Her show Love and Sax also played in several locations including 54 Below. Pamela made her high seas debut in her solo concert on the Disney Magic in 2018. She played Meredith Scott in the web series Mélange, Mrs. Weston in the musical film Emma (emmathemusical.com) and Bernice in the musical film No One Called Ahead (noonecalledahead.com). The pandemic brought Pamela into the world of acting in VR. She made her VR debut as Hera in Finding Pandora X at the Venice International Film festival, winning Best Immersive Experience. She is now bringing her own musical, Winter Lights, to VR, playing QED, a role she co-created.

 As a producer Pamela won a Drama Desk Award for the Broadway revival of Hair in 2009, in 2010 gained another Drama Desk, an Outer Critic’s Circle and Tony Award for the Best Musical Memphis and co-produced the four-time Tony winner An American in Paris in 2014 and 2015.

Pamela has been flexing her musical muscles in a new way as composer and lyricist for the shows Higher Education and Winter Lights. Winter Lights, a STEM loving family friendly musical spectacle, plans to make its live world premiere this November at the Julianne Argyros Theater at the Discovery Cube.  

Pamela is grateful to all of her teachers and mentors and hopes to pay it forward to the next generation of artists.

Tim Kashani Co-Founder

Tim believes that technology and the arts must unite to move humanity forward. Fostering new Technology and Arts startups, Tim incubates ideas that exponentially foster a collaborative learning environment.

Tim merged his passion for both theater and technology to co-found Apples and Oranges Arts with his wife Pamela. To exemplify the vision they launched THEatre ACCELERATOR, an incubator for new musicals. THEatre ACCELERATOR, applies the methods, processes, and mindset of the startup world to the performing arts. This includes data-driven decision making, brand definition, growth hacking, and most importantly, a call to rethink the entire developmental and distribution cycle of new stories. THEatre ACCELERATOR blends in our current foundation while exploring how AR/VR/MR expand past the fourth wall.

As the founder of IT Mentors, Tim architects and designs global technology training solutions, helping major corporations understand and apply training and technology to increase business productivity, and providing meaningful advice to CEOs, senior executives, and business leaders. Always eager to learn and share his technical knowledge,

On Broadway Tim produced the Tony Award productions of HAIR, Memphis and An American In Paris. Using the THEatre ACCELERATOR model for new distribution frontiers Tim directed the recent films. Film, Emma and No one Called Ahead.

Tim graduated from the University of California at Irvine with a Bachelor of Sciences in Information and Computer Sciences, later returning to finish his M.B.A. there. He also holds a M.F.A. in Film Production, with a specialization in directing from Chapman University.

Christopher Sepulveda Producer

Christopher is a film and theatre producer having most recently produced the new filmed stage musicals No One Called Ahead and Emma with Apples and Oranges Studios. He produced the world premier family musical, Mutt House at Kirk Douglas Theatre and worked on the Tony award-winning Broadway production, First National Tour and West End premiere of An American in Paris with Apples and Oranges Studios and the hit Broadway revival of Spring Awakening with Deaf West Theatre (which he previously produced in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills). Christopher has lead the development of several new musicals for Apples and Oranges and helped create THEatre ACCLERATOR—an innovative approach to developing new work.

Ally Rice Editor

Ally is a life-long theatre fan who had the amazing opportunity to join Apples and Oranges as a social media strategist for the Broadway production of An American in Paris. Since then, she has grown into her role as editor of digital media. Most recently she edited her first feature film, Paul Gordon’s Emma and is currently in the process of editing her second feature film, No One Called Ahead.

Ido Gal Project Manager

Ido is a Silicon Valley native who grew up with a strong passion for theatre. As a result, he graduated from University of Southern California (USC) with a bachelor’s degree in both Dramatic Arts and Economics. At Apples and Oranges Arts, Ido is able to combine both of his passions, theatre and technology, as a project manager for the company.