Annie Crowley (Dramaturge) recently received her MA from the University of Toronto’s Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies. Originally from Montreal, she trained as an actor at Dawson College’s Dome Theatre program, and holds a BSc in Educational Theatre from NYU Steinhardt.
Annie’s work spans production and devised dramaturgy, directing, dramatic criticism, and teaching drama/creative play to students of all ages. She is interested in theatre that sets forth provocation and inquiry, hoping to inspire criticisms and conversations about our world.
Currently wrapping up a season-long position as 2014-15 Literary intern at New York Theatre Workshop, Annie is delighted to be involved with Poor People at FringeNYC.
Cecilia Roberts (Logo Designer) is a Brooklyn based portrait painter. Check out her work at http://www.cecilia-roberts.com.
Cynthia McDonald (Costume Designer) is Brooklyn-based and is thrilled to be a part of this project. Recent projects include The Real Merry Housewives of Windsor, Ct. with Theater 2020, Broken City with PopUp Theatrics, and Held Momentarily with The New York International Fringe Festival 2014. She received her degree in Costume Design at The Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University. More info at cynthiamcdonalddesign.com
Aidan Zev Meyer (Sound Designer) is very excited to be involved with this amazing project. Recent work includes the SubTerra festival with Exquisite Corpse Company, the Podcast Radioplay Mars is Boring, and Slaughterhouse Five with True False Theater. Aidan is thrilled to be starting a new chapter in his life this fall when he starts at the Barry Feirnstein Graduate School of Cinema. For more information please check out his website: azmsounds.com
Svetlana Surzhikova (Photograher/Videographer) is russian born, NYC based. Sveta holds a degree in Philology, but has always been involved in photography and video work. She currently freelances around the city and is especially excited to collaborate with Irene Kapustina.
Noah Micah R Wynn (Production Assistant and Box Office Representive) just completed his third year at Hartwick college, where he is pursuing majors in both Theatre Arts and Religious Studies. At home in Westchester, NY, Noah serves as the artistic director and founder of The Breakfast Players, a chairity-oriented theatre group, which has benefited organizations including To Write Love on Her Arms and The Lustgarten Foundation. Before entering college in 2012, Noah studied at Broadway Training Center in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY for five years. Noah was a recipient of this year’s Freedman Prize for Student-Faculty Collaborative Research for his work as a design associate on Hartwick College’s production of The Liar (Ives adaptation). Previously, Noah held two internships within his college’s Marketing and Communication department. This is Noah’s 44th production.
Costume Designs by Cynthia McDonald
Logo Design by Cecilia Roberts