Courtney Brown (Actress 1) has performed in regional theatres across the United States, internationally and Off-Off Broadway. Regional: Know Theatre of Cincinnati, Actors Express (Atlanta), NYC: EST, The Kitchen. She co-created and performed in the world premiere of Fault/Line at the MeetFactory in Prague, and she is the co-creator of several other works of movement theatre, including The Wait, which was a critical success at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina. Courtney is currently Assistant Professor of Voice and Movement at Texas Tech University and is a Lessac Certified Practitioner.
Liz Douglas (Actress 5): Northwestern Graduate; Member of E.R.C. founded by Steppenwolf’s Yasen Peyankov. STAGE: Victory Gardens, Bailiwick Rep, Arden Theatre, Lake Lucille, Yale, 59 E 59 Theaters, Primary Stages, SoHo Playhouse, June Havoc Theatre, Long Wharf, Flux Theatre Ensemble, et al. FEATURE FILM: Flight of the Cardinal, Dorothy and the Witches of Oz, 2 Minutes Later. SHORT FILMS: “Homecoming,” “Penelope Chase,” “One Bedroom” (World Music & Film Festival 2013). TV: True Blood, The Witches of Oz. UPCOMING FEATURE FILM: Theodore is Dying, The Penny Dreadful Picture Show. Member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA.
Rachel Evans (Actress 2) is an actress, writer and teaching artist. She has been seen Off Broadway with the Mirror Repertory Company and Urban Stages. Her one woman show, Jew Wish, which she wrote and performed, premiered in the NY Fringe Festival in 2010 and has since been presented in numerous venues in New York and New Jersey. She received her Masters in Applied Theatre from CUNY in June 2013.
Maggie Low (Actress 3) most recently was in The Cold Lands, a feature film by Tom Gilroy, premiering at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Her favorite roles include the original Wanda in Catholic School Girls Off Broadway, Gertrude in Hamlet with Jared Harris, and a guest lead on Law & Order. She has taught acting at NYU’s Playwrights Horizons Theater School for 15 years and she is a Lifetime Member of The Actors Studio. More info at: maggielow.com
Elizabeth Stromsness (Actress 4) is a graduate of AMDA in New York and a 2013 MFA in Performance and Pedagogy from Texas Tech University. Her most recent work includes assistant directing Fault/Line, a devised piece about post-9/11 interrogation technique,s for presentation at David Cearny’s MeetFactory in Prague. Recent roles include Alithea in The Country Wife, Little Sally in Urinetown and Mercy in Humble Boy. She plans to start a second masters program this fall in International Care and Community Development.
Paul Siebold (Publicist) is the managing director of OFF OFF PR, a firm dedicated to promoting developing theatrical productions through effective marketing communications. He has been a marketing, promotions and public relations executive for over 15 years. Among his many successes, Paul was the publicist for the 2008 and 2009 winners of the New York Innovative Theatre Award’s “Outstanding Production of a Musical.” Paul works with performers, album releases, comedies, dramas, musicals, plays, dance and solo performances as part of festivals, theater company seasons, independently produced productions, and more. www.offoffpr.com. Member, AEA /AFTRA.
Ben Slate (Stage Manager) is currently ABD in the Fine Arts Doctoral Program (emphasis in Theatre) at Texas Tech University and received his Master of Arts in theatre from the University of South Carolina. His dissertation, “Daughters of Troy/the Unspoken Scream: Theatre and the Normalization of Wartime Rape,” is an exploration of feminist rape theory.