Joseph Anthony Brito (Tony Brito) was an actor/writer and wonderful, outrageous personality in the Manhattan artistic community of the mid to late 1980s. He worked on and inspired many projects, including the film Little Noises (which is also dedicated to him) - and was an accomplished dancer and playwright as well. He worked on Little Noises for four years, unfortunately he did not live to see the film's release. Tony died of complications from AIDS in 1991. He was a total inspiration to the project and the film does indeed, as Tony would put it, become a part of his voice and in the words of one of the characters, 'show that he existed...'.