Meghan Finn, Director
Meghan Finn is a highly acclaimed director and producer well-versed in large-scale experimental theater projects. Recent works include Mac Wellman’s The Offending Gesture and 3 2’s; or AFAR, as well as Alexandra Collier’s Take Me Home, a full-length play that took place inside of a yellow cab. She currently serves as the Producing and Associate Artistic Director at 3-Legged Dog, a community-oriented and artist-run production development studio based in Lower Manhattan.
Emily Blumenauer, Costume Designer
Emily Blumenauer is a NYC-based costume designer renowned for her work in theater, film, and television. She currently serves as the Assistant Costume Designer for The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit production of Hamlet, and is working on upcoming productions at New York Theatre Workshop and Signature Theatre. She holds an MFA in Design and Technical Production from Brooklyn College.
Paul Hufker, Playwright
Paul Hufker has been a playwright, AEA actor, and director in New York City for eleven years. He is a two-time Himan Brown Award Winner, a Jerome Fellowship Finalist, a Princess Grace Award finalist, an American Theatre in Higher Education Excellence in Playwriting Finalist, a Eugene O’Neill Award Semi-Finalist, and a selected participant at both the Great Plains Theatre Conference and the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. He recently finished his MFA in playwriting at Brooklyn College under Mac Wellman.
Brian Aldous, Lighting Designer
Brian Aldous started out with EnGarde Arts, lighting shows like Mac Wellman’s Crowbar in the then-ruinous Victory Theatre and Reza Abdoh’s Father Was a Peculiar Man on the streets of the meatpacking district. Since then he’s designed for theatres such as the Flea, Signature, Playwrights’ Horizons, HERE and Dixon Place as well as events like the Blue Man Group’s Tubes and Philharmonic 360 in the Park Avenue Armory. He is resident designer for Symphony Space and teaches at CCNY.
Marcelo Anez, Sound Designer
Marcelo Añez is celebrating a 30 year career as a sound engineer this month. He has won 4 Grammy Awards for his work in the music industry. Recent projects include sound design for this year’s fashion gala exhibit at The Met “Manus X Machina”, as well as the currently running adaptation of Genet’s “The Maids” by Jose Rivera and One Eighth Theatre company. More at www.Justasong.com.
Katherine Shelton, Stage Manager
Katherine Shelton is a freelance stage manager based in NYC. Recent productions include Quietly, The Shining City (Irish Repertory Theatre), Revolt. She said. Revolt again. (Soho Rep.), The Offending Gesture (The Tank/3LD), texts&beheadings/ElizabethR. (Compagnia de’ Colombari), The Petrol Station (NYU-Gallatin). Katherine has B.A. in Drama from Vassar College.
Skye Morse-Hodgson, Props Manager
Skye Morse-Hodgson is a filmmaker, production designer, and production coordinator based in NYC. She holds a BFA in filmmaking from Brooks Institute.
Omayra Garriga Casiano, Props Manager
Omayra Garriga Casiano is a seasoned set designer, lighting designer, actor and stage manager. Her technical credits include set design for Almost Maine performed at Brooklyn College, Assistant Set Design for Daredevil, and Lighting Design for Broke Wide Open, Sunshine and Entre Quien, Cual y Sea. She holds a BA in Theater Education from the University of Puerto Rico and an MFA in Design and Technical Production from Brooklyn College.
Aaron Suggs, Set Fabrication
Aaron Suggs is an experienced project manager, fabricator and sculptor based in Brooklyn who has worked on installations across New York City, including past Creative Time projects Drifting in Daylight, Duke Riley’s Fly By Night and Kara Walker’s A Subtley…
The producers wish to thank the C. Rebecca Cunningham Costume Shop at the Brooklyn College Department of Theater for its assistance in this production.
(Photo: Will Star/Shooting Stars Pro)