Greencard Wedding, Porning the Planet, Dixon Place
SINDY BUTZ (Costume/Installation) Sindy Butz Fine Art, Art Science and Interactive Telecommunications. multi- media artist and sculptress she likes to initiate discourses between fashion designers, scientists, technologist and artists to conceptualize new possible collaborations within the art; science and business world. www.sindybutz.com
Sandra Powers (Multi Media Artist) Peruvian-American filmmaker Sandra Powers has always had an interest in the fantastical and the macabre. Screenings at different festivals in France, Germany, England, South Korea, the U.S. Art direction for the operatic glam-rock band "Timur and The Dime Museum" and works at Nickelodeon. www.sandrapowers.com
ADAM MANSELL (Sound Design) Adam began studying piano, trumpet and voice fervently at the age of 8 and began writing original work. After embracing the music of Bach, Mozart and Beethoven, his teen years brought forth influences as far and wide as Radiohead and Aphex Twin to Thelonious Monk and Brad Mehldau. Adam completed a long collegiate haul at SUNY Buffalo State with a double major in Music & Psychology as well as film scoring at the Berklee School of Music.
MIMI SETON (Additional Direction) As a theatre devisor (actor, writer-composer and director) her work garnered many press awards. Abbreviated credits include Trojan Women (LA Ovation Award nominee for Best Adaptation); and The Good Person of Sezuan, (Samuel Beckett Center, Dublin) THE FEVER, in London at LauderDale House. The National Shakespeare Company, playing Lady Mac Beth. Improviser with Bru Ha Ha, directed by Viola Spolin. Best Actress awards from LA Weekly (“A New Theatre visionary”) and Drama-Logue for Brain Hotel. She has voiced over 2000 recordings in LA, New York, Paris and London, and has directed voice recordings for TV Animation, film and public service. http://www.mimiseton.com/
FERMIN GONZALEZ (Graphic Design) holds a B.FA. in Visual Arts and Design from University of Florida. His work has been featured at the CELTIC IX Festival Internacional de Teatro, The New York International Fringe Festival, and “The Design of Dissent” a book by Milton Glaser and Mirko Ilic. Designs for *S,C,P,F (Miami) an international Advertisement Agency based in Spain. Fermin has spearheaded both interactive and print efforts for several artists and enterprises such as IKEA, COCA COLA, FLOR DE CAÑA RUMS and DR.BRANDT. For the past 3 years, he has volunteered marketing services to a coffee cooperative "Cafe Cocano" located in Port du Paix, Haiti. Member of American Institute of Graphics Arts (AIGA) www.typegrafix.com
ELIZABETH GOODMAN (Stage Manager) Elizabeth is currently a first year Stage Management MFA student at Columbia. Past credits in New York City include: St. Joan of the Slaughterhouses, Caucasian Chalk Circle (Columbia University). Back home in Canada, Elizabeth’s credits include: Dido and Aeneas, Hippolytos, playGround (York University), Idealism of the Unknown (Paprika Festival) among others. Overseas, Elizabeth has worked on Guilio Cesare (Centre for Opera Studies in Italy) and Scenofest as part of the Prague Quadrennial (as Production Manager).
BRITTANY ANDREWS (Muse/Consultant) Named one of the Top Three Porn Stars by "Entertainment Tonight" & Cosmopolitan. Both from porn and from her stints on "The Howard Stern Show", both radio & on the E! Channel. At PLAYBOY Channel as she has hosted over 10 of their best shows. www.brittanyandrews.com
NANCY KIM (Co-Producer) is a writer/performer and producer. She is a member of Rising Circle Theater Collective, a theatre company bringing artists of color together to develop and create new work. With Rising Circle, she also launched Q Up, a youth arts program for Asian American high school girls from Queens.
MONET HURST-MENDOZA (Co-Producer) is a playwright, producer, and director from Los Angeles, CA. New York producing credits include Playing in Traffic (Women's Project/EST), Miss Lulu Bette (Women's Project), PlayRISE Festival 2011 & 2012 (Rising Circle Theatre Collective), Work(s) in Progress (Bare Bones Ensemble); Los Angeles: The Women (dir. Bob Goldsby), Richard III (dir. Armin Shimerman), and The Young Idea Project with The Antaeus Company. B.A. in Theatre Arts, Marymount Manhattan College. www.angrypatrons.com
AARON SIMMS (Associate Producer) As You Like It, The Golem, Othello, War of the Worlds, The Comedy of Errors, Tombstone Saga of the American’s – The West, The Merchant of Venice, Dracula for Inwood Shakespeare Festival. Deleted Scenes and Alternate Endings for LABryth Theater’s Master Class, Encore ’97 for Ohio Showboat Drama. K Comma Joseph for Up Theater Company. Broadway wardrobe production credits: Sister Act, Evita, Peter Pan, Cirque Dreams, Jersey Boys, Cirque du Soleil’s Wintuk. Off Broadway wardrobe credits: Rent. Regional performance credits include: Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, American Stage Theater, Human Race Theater, Theater West Virginia, Wisconsin Shakespeare Festival, and Milwaukee Repertory Theater. TV: One Life To Live, All My Children, As the World Turns. AEA, SAG-AFTRA, IATSE. He is the Producing Artistic Director of The Back Porch - New York Vaudeville. @TheaterCreator
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