Wonderbar was formed in 2009 by friends and collaborators Camille Thoman, Dan Milne and Elizabeth Yng-Wong. Based in London and Los Angeles, Wonderbar is an international film and theatre production company and live
arts group.

Camille Thoman

Camille Thoman works as a director, writer and editor in Los Angeles. Current projects include the documentary THE LONGEST GAME and the thriller YOU WERE NEVER HERE, which she wrote and will direct, produced by Before The Door Pictures (ALL IS LOST, MARGIN CALL). Camille’s last short film, FALLING OBJECTS, starred Tony nominee/Golden Globe/Emmy nominee Mireille Enos (THE KILLING, WORLD WAR Z), Oscar winner Melissa Leo and Oscar winner Timothy Hutton. Her solo performance pieces, NUMB and NUMB B. have toured the UK and ran at The Young Vic and The BAC in London. NUMB was nominated for a Total Theatre Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was broadcast on the BBC. Camille received her BA from the University of Bristol in the UK.



Dan Milne

Dan Milne is an actor, director and theatre/installation maker based in London. He studied at Cambridge University and the Drama Studio. As an actor Dan was a member of the Young Vic Theatre Company in London for 7 years and has performed principle roles for the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre, the Royal Court Upstairs and Complicite. He was an Associate Director at the RSC and the Young Vic, touring productions internationally, including to the Kennedy Center, Washington, Sydney and Hong Kong Festivals. He also helped create the New York-based theatre piece, TWO MEN TALKING, which has played around the world, including the Edinburgh Festival, London’s West End and is now a regular feature off-Broadway. In London he has directed or created theatre pieces for BAC, the Latchmere, the Old Red Lion and Trafalgar Studios.


Elizabeth Yng-Wong

Elizabeth Yng-Wong works as a producer, writer and director in Los Angeles. Current film projects include the feature documentaries THE BOOK OF CHANGES (producer/director) and THE LONGEST GAME (producer). In addition to her work in theater with Camille and Dan, Elizabeth has recently produced GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES (written by Rajiv Joseph) in collaboration with Space Gallery in Portland, Maine, STANLEY ANN: THE UNLIKELY STORY OF BARACK OBAMA'S MOTHER (written by Mike Kindle), which has been workshopped in LA, DC and Chicago. She is co-writing THE DEMISE, a rock opera, with Doug Kreeger and Joel Stein. Elizabeth received her BA from Wesleyan University and her MFA from the Peter Stark Producing Program at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.