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is an internationally produced playwright with work seen across the country. Some works include: The Jew and the Demon (Rita and Burton Goldberg Prize), How to Shoot a Bull Moose (Israel Baron Award), Real Dead Ghosts (Jeffrey Mackey Award finalist), Sousepaw (Best of SF Fringe). He won the L Magazine Pocket Fiction Contest and has far too many cats. MFA Tisch School of the Arts, NYU. He and Matt also wrote a musical about Warren G. Harding fighting a walrus.
is a guitarist and composer based in New York City. Born and raised in New Jersey, he studied Classical Theory and Jazz Improvisation at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and New York University. In recent years David has composed music for independent films and video games while performing regularly with a variety of musical acts.
is a New York City-based songwriter and the composer for films and stage works, including New York Musical Theatre Festival's Best of Fest Award-winning FAT CAMP, the indie cult fav SPIDERMUSICAL, and New York Neo-Classical Ensemble's TWELFTH NIGHT. He has written music for the Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Old Vic's Arden Project and UC Santa Barbara, among others. Matt is the guitarist and songwriter for Teen Girl Scientist Monthly, and a graduate of NYU Tisch's Experimental Theater Wing.
Nathaniel Kent is a Brooklyn-based actor originally from the Bay Area. Multimedia: Basic Witch (web series); Seeking Sublet (webseries); Limetown (podcast). Theatre: We Are Proud to Present... (Playmakers Rep); Mother of the Maid (Shakespeare & Co); Trevor (Lesser America); Ten Ways On A Gun (Squeaky Bicycle); Real Dead Ghosts, Font of Knowledge, The Land Whale Murders, and Fallaway (all with Shelby Company, for which he is a co-founder). Upcoming: Salute by Alexander Kveton as part of the New Voices Festival at The New School, March 18-25. BFA: NYU Tisch.
JAMES B. KENNEDY
Recent selected NYC credits include Shelby Company's Ephemerama, Dogs Of Oklahoma by Eric John Meyer; His Beauty by Ashley Jacobsen; New Beulah by Dan Moyer; and Couples Counseling by Carey Lovelace. He also has been at the Minnesota Fringe the past three years in Fallsway, Font of Knowledge, and Sousepaw in which he originated the role of Rube Waddell.
Her credits include: The Pool Skimmer (Clubbed Thumb) Three Sisters, Our Town, A Dram of Drummhichit (La Jolla Playhouse) Orpheus and Eurydice (Theater Lab NYC) Venus in Fur (Philadelphia Theater Company/George Street Playhouse) Blithe Spirit, Clybourne Park, Fox on the Fairway (Northern Stage), Midsummer Night’s Dream (Portland Center Stage) Fallsway, Winnemucca (Shelby Company), Much Ado About Nothing, The Mock Tempest (Shakespeare Santa Cruz), The Tempest (Shakespeare Orange County). MFA: University of California, San Diego; BFA: Chapman University.
is a New York (sometimes DC) based actor & theater-maker. Onstage, Jocelyn mostly works on new plays and new theatrical forms; and, as a performer, she has become a favorite among New York's downtown theater stalwarts, often portraying intense, fragile, and feral characters. Papermag calls her an "outstanding actor." She has appeared in more than 20 NYC productions, including premieres by Sheila Callaghan, Erik Ehn, Ken Urban, Caridad Svich, & avant-garde theater legend, Mac Wellman. Film credits include Peace After Marriage with Hiam Abbass & Louise Lasser, Queen of Glory, among others.
Brooklyn-based composer, mother, legal secretary, and member of the band Teen Girl Scientist Monthly. Creator performer in Baby No More Times. Favorite writing credits include ...things i found on craigslist (music and selected lyrics) and l(y)re (music and lyrics).
Broadway: Seminar. Off Broadway: The Comedy of Errors(Public Theater + Mobile Shakespeare Unit), Coriolanus, Volpone, The Witch of Edmonton (Red Bull), Uncle Vanya(u/s, Soho Rep), Catch-22 (Lucille Lortel), All Eyes and Ears(INTAR). Other NY Theater: Enfrascada (ClubbedThumb), Sousepaw (FringeNYC), AliceGraceAnon (New Georges). Regional Theater: Huntington Theatre Company, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Shakespeare Theatre DC, Hartford Stage, Barrington Stage, Merrimack Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville. Television/Film: “Bloodline," “The Family,” “Elementary,” "Nunsense," "With Friends Like These," “Maggie Black,” “Notes on Being Young,” “Just Cause 3.” CCC award, NYIT and IRNE nominations. Education: MFA, NYU Graduate Acting Program.
Broadway: The Farnsworth Invention. New York: The 39 Steps (New World Stages); Much Ado About Nothing, The Merchant of Venice (also national tour, Elliot Norton Award, Theatre for a New Audience); Primal Play (New Georges); Three Sisters (The Assembly); Stuck (Theatre Row); Evanston: A Rare Comedy(HERE). Regional: June Moon (Williamstown); Macbeth, La Dispute, Twelfth Night, Bell, Book and Candle (Hartford Stage); Bell, Book and Candle, It’s a Wonderful Life (Long Wharf); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (NC Shakes); The Importance of Being Earnest (Portland Center Stage); Noises Off (Denver Center); Twelfth Night, The Cherry Orchard (Chautauqua). TV/Film: TURN: Washington’s Spies (AMC); Butterflies of Bill Baker; Natural Causes. MFA: NYU Graduate Acting. BA: Wesleyan University.
a Jersey City-based actor with a long career in classical theater. She has spent more time in a corset than your average burlesque dancer. She was a member of the storied Jean Cocteau Repertory for five seasons, and has performed in multiple productions with the Obie-winning Metropolitan Playhouse. Recent credits include Anaïs Nin in ANAÏS NIN GOES TO HELL by David Stallings and Anna Reardon in the NYIT-nominated AND MISS REARDON DRINKS A LITTLE (produced by Retro Productions). She has a BA in Theater from Dartmouth College.