Our Mission

Jump Cut Theater's mission is to help preserve and celebrate the independent neighborhood theater experience and provide a community space for diverse and innovative arts programming while contributing to the economic and artistic vitality of the greater Pittsburgh region.

Our Board of Directors

Susan Mazur, President, Treasurer

Susan specializes in nonprofit consulting and financial accounting.  Her clients have been diverse, from budding nonprofits to thriving small businesses, and she cares deeply about providing Pittsburgh nonprofits with the support they need to fulfill their missions. She has also volunteered as a financial and management consultant with the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management, working with nonprofits to develop sound financial and governance processes.  

Wayne Massey, Vice President

Wayne is a lifelong fan of movies who cut his cinematic teeth in the Grindhouses of 70's and 80's Times Square.  He relocated to Pittsburgh in 1999 and landed at The Hollywood Theater as a manager.  Wayne brings years of programming and theater management experience to Jump Cut, and in his spare time, he's the drummer for the heavy rock band Molasses Barge.

Monique Fontaine, Secretary

Monique grew up in the South Hills of Pittsburgh.  She earned a bachelors degree in political science from the University of Pittsburgh and a certificate in accounting from Robert Morris University and is a financial analyst at Allegheny Valley School.  In addition to serving on the Jump Cut Theater board, Monique serves as Dormont's Recreation Board Vice President. She loves turning movies into celebrations, and some of her favorites include both Prince's and the King's (Elvis) birthday parties, our Halloween party, Ladies Night, but most of all, The Original Breakfast and a Movie. 

Joe Hollowood

Joe has over 25 years of IT experience and his skill set covers everything from systems administration to customer support. He has worked for well-known companies such as Apple and Pixar Animation Studios as well as two successful Silicon Valley startups. Born and raised in Ohio, Joe recently returned from the United Kingdom where he ran his own IT consulting company, which focused on non-profits. He attended Carnegie Mellon University.

Angie Manfredo-Thomas

Angie's love of cinema, particularly horror and science fiction,  is a result of her mother's passion for B movies.  She spent her childhood in the Hollywood, Denis, South Hills, and Mt Oliver theatres seeing everything from Food of the Gods to The Evil Dead. She works as a product manager building competitive intelligence analytics tools for the healthcare industry.   In her spare time, she pursues dressage with her Oldenburg gelding, Indelible.  She also caters to her two Staffordshire Bull Terriers, Emmet and Tuileries.  Her husband, Chris, tolerates her offbeat and quirky cinematic demands.  

Michele Revay

Michele J. Revay hails from the North Hills of Pittsburgh, by way of Fayette County, PA. A Mass Communications degree with a Photography certificate from Point Park University and Pittsburgh Filmmakers brought her to the area over 20 years ago…and she never left. She intends to be an agent for positive change and inspiration to others through the arts. When she is not off on an adventure with her husband Robert, or being a visual foodie via her Instagram photoblog, she is the Office and Social Media Administrator for the Borough of Millvale, PA. She is very excited to be involved in the future of Jump Cut Theater.

Robert Revay

Robert, a lifelong Pittsburgher, graduated from La Roche University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design.  He served as a photography lab manager at a local camera shop for nearly a decade, familiarizing himself with developing and printing equipment/techniques as well as honing his own skills as a photographer. Robert currently works full time as a bookseller but can be seen with his wife Michele all around town at various film screenings, art galleries, live music events, educational lectures or at any of the small ethnic eateries around the city. At heart, Robert is an enthusiastic supporter of the creative arts as a whole. He’s sought out compelling and unique artistic expression for as long as he can remember, and hopes to contribute his own deep passion for the arts in order to build upon Jump Cut Theater’s quality programming and legacy of excellence.