We at 32nd Street Productions looked into the landscape of web entertainment. We peered long and hard at its soul and found humor and darkness within.

Our focus is to tell stories - to tell engaging and thought-provoking stories that still entertain. We are lovers of all kinds of genres, ranging from the blockbuster superhero dramas to intense independent dramas. We see our heroes in the stories that we tell and the messages that we would love to deliver to our audience, but at the core, regardless of anything, we want you to enjoy watching our work. 

32nd Street Productions is founded and produced by Matthew Kreiner and Alessandro Colla. They have worked together as directors, actors, producers, and just regularly helping hands in the New York City theatre world. Our first foray as a team is Lemmings: The Series, which is releasing June 9th, 2016. We hope you enjoy it!

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Matthew Kreiner began is career as a Production Coordinator in the Independent New York City film industry. He worked on such films as Kettle of Fish, starring Matthew Modine and Gina Gershon; The Babysitters and Where God Left His Shoes, starring John Leguizamo; and Perfect Holiday, starring Morris Chestnut, Gabriel Union, Queen Latifah, and Terrance Howard.

He has spent the the last almost decade working in the Off-Broadway world working on the smash hit Naked Holidays NYC and working as director and production management for companies such as EndTimes Productions, Boomerang Theatre, Rising Sun Performance Company, and The Actor's Company Theatre.

He broke away and founded 32nd Street Productions with Alessandro Colla in an effort to fill the void in the entertainment world with thought provoking entertainment that twists your perspective on life.

 

Alessandro Colla is a native New Yorker with Roman roots; alumnus of LaGuardia Performing Arts High School and Boston University. 

Past projects include the lead role of Gaspare in the HBO original film Vendetta, produced by Academy Award winner Tony Mark (The Hurt Locker) directed by Nicholas Meyer with an all-star cast of Christopher Walken, Clancy Brown, Joaquim de Almeida, Edward Herrmann and Bruce Davison. On the theatre front Alessandro originated the wild and crazy Johnny Rock in the New York City premiere of Vincent Pastore's play, Wild Children. Alessandro has also gotten great New York Times reviews as Hamlet, Richard III and Petruchio in Shakespeare in the Parking lot and Bryant Park Shakespeare over the past few years. 

He founded 32nd Street Productions with Matthew Kreiner after many conversations about what is missing in entertainment and make an unique stamp on the world.