Rock Candy took over a year to get off the ground. It took, and takes a lot of time and energy to produce the show. When I started the show in March 1995, I only had one other person helping me with the production of the show and that was my son. It is still pretty much the same with the exception of a couple others that lend an occasional hand on our bigger productions.

If you read the credits at the end of the show, you see many names in what seems like a fairly large production crew. Everything listed is some part of the production that needs to be attended to, worked on, and or planned out in order to produce the show. Since the show is on Public Access television, and now online, every aspect of the shows production is done on a volunteer basis since it is a nonprofit venture. To find even a couple individuals to volunteer their time to any sort of production is hard to do.

Since 98% of the production work is handled and done by myself, I did not want to see my name over and over on the credits. I did want the viewing audience to see all or most of the aspects that are needed to produce and complete a show. In order to do that, I created a fictitious production crew with the exception of a few individuals. I gathered the names of that crew from characters played in movies by my two favorite actors, James Cagney and Harrison Ford and my favorite actress, Meg Ryan. You can see the fictitious crew listed below the actual individuals that have been a part of the Rock Candy crew throughout the years.



Television Production Crew

Troy Correia Jr.
Camera, Production Assistant, Production Setup,
Set Construction

Ken Hardy
Camera, Associate Director - 5 Year Anniversary Special
Live Director - NYE Special 2001-2002 & 2002-2003

Ted Haskins
Camera, Production Setup, Live Director - NYE Special 2000-2001

Brian Irwin
Live Director - NYE Special 1999-2000
Camera - NYE Special 2001-2002 & 2002-2003

Todd James
Announcer for NYE Specials, Web Reviews

Stan Musick
Camera - All NYE Specials 1998-2002, Production Setup

Valerie Smith
Production Assistant, Camera

Bob Stombaugh
Production Assistant, Camera, Editing

Bill Way
Live Director - NYE Special 1998-1999

Cameras
Dave Baker, Cherie Beasley, Kelly Cooper, Suzie Musick

Camera Assistants
John Davidson, Larry Newton

Various Set Productions;
Jason Banovitz, Ryan Freeman, Stephanie Greve,
Dana Lewis, Leta Musick, Brandie Stout.

Syndication Representatives
Dave Jones
Rosemary Standish

Rock Candy Theme
Black Diamond™




The Fictitious Crew consists of:

Director: Cody Jarrett (James Cagney's character in White Heat)

Writer: Rocky Sullivan (James Cagney's character in Angels With Dirty Faces)

Set Designer: Martin Snyder (James Cagney's character in Love Me or Leave Me)

Lighting: Ralph Cotter (James Cagney's character in Kiss Tomorrow Good-bye)

Sound: Johnny Cave (James Cagney's character in Great Guy)

Additional Music: Ty Neptune (Stage name I created)

Make-up: Sally Albright (Meg Ryan's character in "When Harry Met Sally")

P.S.A. Coordinator: Allie Fox (Harrison Ford's character in "The Mosquito Coast")

Opening Sequences By: Eddie Bartlett (James Cagney's character in The Roaring Twenties)

Edited By: Jack Ryan (Harrison Ford's character in "Patriot Games")

 

Troy Correia

 

 

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