Emmett Buhmann (Production Designer) has worked with such organizations as South Coast Repertory Theatre, Universal Studios Hollywood, The Hollywood Bowl, Great River Shakespeare Festival, Flatlands Dance Theatre, Ballet Lubbock, Don Caldwell Entertainment, HUB Theatre, Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, and Snowy Range Summer Theatre. He is the Master Electrician for Texas Tech University Department of Theatre and Dance. MFA in Drama, with an emphasis in Lighting Design, University of California, Irvine.
Dorothy Chansky (Co-writer and Director) wrote and produced the musical The Brooklyn Bridge off-Broadway during the Bridge Centennial. She has performed on and off Broadway. A Ph.D. in Performance Studies, she is the author of Composing Ourselves: The Little Theatre Movement and the American Audience and the forthcoming Kitchen Sink Realisms: Domestic Labor, Dining, and Drama in American Theatre. Dorothy is Associate Professor and Head of History/Theory/Criticism in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Texas Tech University.
Carol Flueckiger (Visual Artist) uses the sun to expose blueprints of historic handwriting and vintage graphics into artwork. She has worked with collections from American Antiquarian Society, Library of Congress and Women’s Rights National Historical Park. Her work can be seen in the artist registry at The Drawing Center, NYC, and Charles Adams Gallery, Lubbock, TX. For Three Eleanors she uses documents from The University of Glasgow and Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project. She is working with illustrator Angela Adams to create line drawings for the production. More info at: carolflueckiger.com
Karen Wurl (Co-writer) is a playwright, teacher, and semi-retired slam poet. Plays include Kim’s Theory about the Struggle Between Good and Evil, Only Children, The Play about Frank, Death or Serious Injury Can Occur, The Secret Life of the Proletariat, Miss Macbeth, Vampires, Now and at the Hour Of, and In Which I Lose My Virginity to My Best Friend’s Older Brother. She is very grateful for her experience with Dorothy Chansky and Three Eleanors.