[Playwright/Performer] is an award-winning playwright originally from Canada, now based in New York City. In New York her work has been produced at The Incubator Arts Project, HERE, Horse Trade Theater and Magic Futurebox. In Canada she worked extensively with TigerMilk Collective. She has had works translated into German and Candy Tastes Nice received a production at the Kleines Theater in Salzburg in the fall of 2012. www.mirandahuba.com


[Director] is a director and theater producer based in New York. Her work has been seen at Performance Space 122, Incubator Arts Project, HERE, the Bushwick Starr, and the Prelude festival, among others. She co-wrote and directed for five years with the cross-media theater company 31 Down and is currently an artist in residence with undergroundzero. She curates for the Incubator Arts Project and produces its annual Other Forces festival.


[Production Manager] A.P. Andrews is a playwright and production manager who originally hails from Superior, Nebraska. He is currently writing a ten-play cycle about life in rural Nebraska that is being developed throughout 2013 before premiering in 2014. Recent PM credits include Frank Boudreaux's "Other Elegant Lies...", Reid Farrington’s “A Christmas Carol” and Boxed Wine Productions' "Off the Map". www.apandrewsplays.com


[Sound Desinger] is a sound designer, sound artist, and composer. In New York, he designed Victor Frange Presents Gas (Incubator Arts, dir. Sarah Krohn), and Habits of Imagination (Undergroundzero, dir. Shannon Sindelar). Erik has also designed for the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and the Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre. His soundscore for Medea was exhibited at the 2011 Prague Quadrennial, and he recently received the 2013 USITT Robert E. Cohen Sound Design Achievement Award. Erik holds an MFA in Sound Design from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama. www.eriktlawson.com


[Costume Designer] is a New York based costume designer and technician who recently moved to the city after finishing her MFA at the University of Central Florida. Since in New York Grace has designed for Target Margin’s Last Futurist Lab, Musica Nuova’s Ill Ballo delle Ingrate and many children’s theatre productions for Literally Alive as well as being assistant designer for Ensemble for the Romantic Century’s Jekyll and Hyde. She is also a skilled stitcher having worked for Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular and Cirque du Soleil’s Zarkana.


[Publicist] has been working in communications for well over a decade. Prior to launching Heller Highwater LLC, he held positions with Zebra Communications, in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; Spot-Co Advertising, in New York, NY; and Sam Rudy Media Relations, New York, NY. Some of his past clients include: the Tony Award-winning musical Avenue Q, the Wilkes-Barre Chapter of the League of Women Voters, Soho Rep., the Tony Award-winning musical Passing Strange, the Broadway revival and national tour of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? starring Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin,, Resonance Ensemble, and Ma-Yi Theatre Company. www.hellerhighwaterpr.com


[LRP - Executive Producer] has produced over 50 stage, film and multi-media projects since 2005. Favorite producing credits include BINDING (Theatre C; extended by PS 122 & winner of 3 NY Innovative Theatre Awards); ONE ARM AND A LEG (Theater for the New City & HERE Arts Center); DAUGHTERS OF LOT (Edinburgh Festival Fringe) and MENDACITY (Kraine Theatre, extended by FRIGID New York). In New York, she has worked at the Lark Play Development Center, The Play Company, Cherry Lane Theatre, Theatre C,  Sightline, Roots & Wings Theatrical, VoiceChair Productions, Ontological-Hysteric Theater, and in Los Angeles at Center Theatre Group. She holds a BA in Theatre & Education from the University of Southern California. www.laurenrayner.com


[LRP - Producing Associate / Box Office Manager] works in development at New York City's historic Town Hall, and dabbles in marketing and PR freelancing and consultation. As a freelancer, she has worked with singer Natasha Novitskaia, The Mad Doctors, the Baltimore Rock Opera Society, and Classical Music Communications. Her professional background includes numerous years in FOH positions Emerson College's Cutler Majestic Theater and Paramount Center, as well as a variety of positions at Epic Theatre Ensemble, The Play Company, and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. She holds a BA in Arts Management from Emerson College.


[LRP - PR Associate] currently works as a freelance PR associate for various organizations in Alabama, Louisiana, and New York. Previous collaborations and internships include: The Play Company (Marketing Intern/Interim Marketing Associate), Sleep No More NYC (Marketing Intern), The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, WAFB Channel 9 News Louisiana (Marketing Intern), and Central Physical Therapy (Baton Rouge, LA.). www.kelseybalzli.com

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