Atomic Focus Entertainment creates exceptional original content for film, TV, livestream and podcasts. We work on scripted and unscripted projects, using budgets of all sizes.
From the Bloomsbury Group to the Lowcountry:
Charleston Literary Festival is a one hour special that captures the total experience of one of South Carolina's most significant cultural events.
The Third Season launches November 14th with Adriana Trigiani and Jacquelyn Mitchard.
A diverse array of authors, representing the broadest spectrum of literary genres, takes listeners behind the keyboard and into their world. They cover their work, lives, inspirations and favorite books. There are never hosts or interviewers so everything is on the table!
Tune in to listen to conversations with Amor Towles, André Aciman, Jess Walter, Adrienne Young, Karen White, Ransom Riggs, Amber Tamblyn, Jean Hanff Korelitz and many more!
Follow along for updates!
97 is a feature length documentary that is currently in production.
Teenage activists and their supporters lead an epic battle for First Amendment rights against powerful forces who are using book bans and curriculum revision to control public education.
How to Kill a Butterfly is an independent episodic drama currently in development.
Below are trailers of our completed projects
Jenn Dumas Wiggin
Jenn Dumas Wiggin is the Co-Founder and Executive Producer of Atomic Focus Entertainment, LLC. She was previously the Executive Producer in charge of Production for The STAGE Network and produced all original content for the Network. She has executive produced talk shows, unscripted reality series, documentary series and filmed theatrical events.
Before producing film and television, she worked as a theater producer, company manager and general manager for Broadway, Off-Broadway and European Tours.
Dumas Wiggin has also produced concerts at Carnegie Hall, Town Hall, Symphony Space, and large scale events at the Hammerstein Ballroom, and Steiner Film Studios in Brooklyn. She is an active member of New York Women in Film & Television.
Producing and Development Assoc.
Who We Are
Tom’s work at Atomic Focus continues a professional show business career that has spanned five decades. He started as an actor, playing leads on Broadway (Grease), Off-Broadway (Livin’ Dolls), on Prime Time TV (Breaking Away) and on daytime TV (As the World Turns), among numerous stage and TV credits.
He expanded into writing: first for soaps such as Another World and As the World Turns; then writing an optioned screenplay (Gift of the Robin’s Nest) and completing a novel (The Client’s Wife).
For Atomic Focus, Tom serves as a creator, developer, producer, story editor and director for a variety of projects such as Crossovers Live!, Always Authors, Thursday in the Park with the Broadway Show League, and The Charleston Literary Festival.
Allyson Rice is the Producing and Development Associate at Atomic Focus Entertainment, LLC. Previously, she was the Associate Director of Creative Development for the STAGE Network, where she helped develop both scripted and unscripted content. Allyson was the executive producer for STAGE’s original series We Can Cook Too! She also produced, directed, and performed in the award-winning independent rap music video Fine, I’ll Write My Own Damn Song. Allyson originally spent over 15 years as an actress: in television (Family Ties, the Wayans brother’s 413 Hope Street, Time Cop, and 7 years on As the World Turns); and on stage in NY, Chicago, LA, and touring nationally. She also founded a company teaching personal growth retreats around the country. As a writer, she has several pilots under her belt, a screenplay, and just completed her first novel, The Key to Circus-Mom Highway. She was the co-creator of the book Acting and Modeling: The Guide to Chicago. Allyson also had a paper route when she was 12 (but now she’s just bragging). She is a proud alum of Northwestern University.
Hope Shangle is the Co-Founder of Atomic Focus Entertainment, LLC. Previously, she has line produced for docuseries' and films. Prior to producing, Hope was a performer and crew member in equity theaters, a casting associate for independent film, and an assistant at a large talent agency. Her playwriting has been produced in New York and the midwest. Hope is a proud graduate of the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) and a passionate Michigander.