Bryce Denney (Director)

Bryce is a microchip verification engineer, a pianist, a singer, and a woodworker. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he and Kathryn learned how to organize safe in-person musical events for choirs who could not meet any other way. The restrictions of the pandemic unexpectedly provided an opportunity to learn new audio/video skills and to contribute to the arts. The Driveway Choir project and the documentary are an exciting intersection of music, science, solving problems, and connecting with people. Bryce has degrees in physics and piano performance from Oberlin College.

Kathryn Denney (Producer)

Kathryn is a singer, a French horn player, a choral director, a conductor, a composer, and a music educator. She has a Bachelor of Music in French Horn Performance from Oberlin College and an Master of Music in Elementary Music Education from Boston University. She is working on her first musical, Connected, to be produced in October 2022. She loves to conduct choruses and direct musical theater productions, and social distancing is not her thing.

Justin Lahue (Associate Producer, Editor)

Justin is a designer, director, and interdisciplinary theatre artist based out of Boston, Massachusetts. After several years performing, he shifted his focus into design and direction, collaborating with companies including: the Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Hub Theatre Company of Boston, Break a Leg Theater Works, StageWright Films, and Portsmouth Public Media TV. He has worked with artists from across the globe to produce digital experiences, specializing in filmed works that capture the immediacy of live performance on camera. This recent work in film has been viewed around the world, screening at film festivals in England, Germany, Russia, and venues throughout North America. Justin is a senior at Suffolk University, pursuing a BA in theatre with a focus in design and direction. His theatre company, Lost and Found Theatre Project, aims to create unique work blending film and theatrical mediums with ambitious artists. For more information, visit

Russell J. Gannon (Narrator)

Originally from Needham, Massachusetts, Russ graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Radio Communications. After stints as a talk show producer (WRKO), traffic reporter (WBZ) and DJ (WXRV), he took a break from radio to spend a week on the film The Game Plan. Although it was only background work, it ignited his passion for acting. He made his network debut in the 2013 Lifetime film Sins of the Preacher and has lent his voice to several episodes of the PBS news program, Frontline. Whether it's in television, film or theater, Russ continues to work regularly while enjoying the support of his lovely wife of 25 years and their two children.