VIDEO: Ross Evans, Ariana Shore, Jake Epstein, Krysta Rodriguez and More in New Webseries IAN

June 23
6:04 2014 presents the world premiere of Ian, a new web series about a 25-year old nerd who believes himself to be the handsome hero in the cinematic stories of his dreams. Unfortunately for Ian, Bogey he is not. Watch the first episode below!

Ian may still be a virgin... but it certainly isn't for lack of imagination. Ian's outrageous fantasies belie his otherwise unremarkable life. Ian has never had a problem finding the girl of his dreams. It's a real one he can't get his hands on.

With each episode, Ian pays homage to iconic movie genres, including 80's Teen Comedy (25 Candles), Film Noir (A Light, Doll?), Sci- Fi (Fly Goddess), Kung Fu (Egg, Roll, & Fight), Fosse Musical (Clean Your Plate), and Spaghetti Western (The Showdown).

Ian stars Ross Evans as Ian, Ariana Shore (Broadway's The Performers) as Ian's Cousin, with special guest stars Jake Epstein (TV: Degrassi, The Next Generation; Broadway: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical) as Black Cowboy, Katie McClellan (Believe by J.J. Abrams) as Femme Fatale, Joshua David Robinson (Williamstown Theatre Festival) as Delivery Man, Krysta Rodriguez (TV: Smash; Broadway: First Date, Addams Family) as Fly Goddess, Sarah Schenkkan (National Tour: Wicked) as Damsel in Distress, and Cortney Wolfson (Broadway: Kinky Boots) as Singing Seductress. presents IAN, created, written and directed by ROSS EVANS executive producer ONDINE LANDA ABRAMSON supervising producer DIANA BASMAJIAN director of photography ZACHARY HALBERD.

Stage17 launched the original series on Thursday, June 19, 2014 - for more information, visit

VIDEO: Ross Evans, Ariana Shore, Jake Epstein, Krysta Rodriguez and More in New Webseries IAN


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