Becca has recently worked with Sibyl Kempson, Young Jean Lee’s Theatre Company, Half Straddle, Theater of the Two-Headed Calf, Erin Markey, Richard Maxwell, Lisa D’Amour, Sharon Hayes, Michelle Handelman, and has performed for Circus Amok. Web series: Jack in a Box, Gay’s Anatomy, The Impossibilities, and Trans Cop. Becca's own show They, Themself and Schmerm will premiere this October in New York.
Rick Burkhardt / Music
Rick Burkhardt is an Obie Award-winning playwright, composer, director, and performer whose original music and text pieces have been performed in Australia, Europe, Taiwan, Canada, Mexico, and over 40 US cities. He has a PhD in Music from the University of California, San Diego, and now studies playwriting at Brown University.
Maria Cataldo / co-director, writer
Maria Cataldo is an NYC-based filmmaker. Her feature editing credits include Rain, Children of God, Wind Jammers, and Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life. Maria has supervised post-production through The Weinstein Company, and in 2014, co-directed MTV's Clio Award-winning Rebel Music. Maria is also a founding member at Fictionless.
Avi frequently performs with experimental music/performance group Object Collection. Recent OC credits include Under Siege (Silent Barn/WFMU's Monty Hall), New York Girls (Roulette) and No Hotel (Incubator Arts). Others include Stein Drag (Target Margin/Bushwick Starr) and a workshop of Richard Foreman’s Old-Fashioned Prostitutes (Baryshnikov Arts Center). Upcoming: cheap&easy OCTOBER at La Mama.
Mikéah Ernest Jennings
Mikéah's collaborators include Jay Scheib, Young Jean Lee, Big Art Group, and Pig Iron Theater Company. Recent shows: I Promised Myself to Live Faster (ATL/Humana), World of Wires (The Kitchen); Green Eyes (Hudson Hotel); The Shipment (Sydney Opera House, The Kitchen, Int’l Tour); S.O.S. (The Kitchen, REDCAT, Int’l Tour).
Sylvan Oswald / creator, director, WRITER
Sylvan Oswald's plays include A Kind of Weather, Profanity, Nightlands, Sun Ra, Pony, and Vendetta Chrome. Sylvan is an assistant professor of playwriting at UCLA, an affiliated artist at Clubbed Thumb, a recipient of a Dorothy B. Strelsin Playwriting Fellowship from Soho Rep, and a resident playwright at New Dramatists. sylvanoswald.com
Zuzanna Szadkowski played “Dorota” in the CW’s hit drama series Gossip Girl and was voted #7 in Rolling Stone’s “50 Reasons to Watch TV.” Currently she can be seen on the Cinemax series The Knick and on HBO’s GIRLS. Other television credits include Elementary, Guiding Light, The Sopranos, Law and Order, and Law and Order: Criminal Intent