Scrappy Cat Productions (Producer) is made up of J.T. Arbogast and Kimberly Dilts.
J.T. is a Los Angeles based actor and producer. Prior to arriving in Los Angeles, J.T. spent four years as the Associate Director of the critically acclaimed National Comedy Theatre in New York, of which he was also an original cast member. In 2008, J.T. also produced the highly successful production of Love Jerry as a part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival (4 Best of Fest awards and 3 Talkin’ Broadway Summer Citation Awards). As an actor, J.T. has been seen in all mediums including film (When In Rome), TV (“30 Rock”), web (“Puppy Love”, “Office 2010: The Movie”) and on stage across the country. In addition to his work as Assoc. Director at NCT, J.T. also served as a lead facilitator for WITS Teambuilding, an improv comedy based corporate training program. He holds a B.A. from Penn State University and an M.F.A. from the University of Texas at Austin.
Kimberly is a producing artist who also works, at any given time, as an actor, director, choreographer, writer, and/or non-profit maven. Recent theatre projects include producing, writing and starring in a tour of Abby & June, a two-person play about travel and identity, and producing and acting in Mr. Kolpert, a black comedy about suburban alienation. As a theatre director, she assistant-directed The Revenger’s Tragedy (Off-B’way), and has frequently collaborated with director Elena Araoz to create visually stimulating and textually rich work that has graced stages across the country. She is also the Director of Operations for the Haitian Education & Leadership Program (HELP). TV: Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Dirty Sexy Money, 90210. Kim is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin MFA Acting program, and she holds a B.A. in theatre from the University of South Florida. She frequently plays evil characters and/or suicides, despite sporting super-cute dimples.
Currently, Scrappy Cat Productions is in production of Angel’s Perch, a feature length film that examines the delicate relationship between past and present, memory and loss through the eyes of the title character, whose grandmother is suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease.