Stephanie Armitage (Assistant Stage Manager Swing) is a freelance stage manager. Recent credits include Take What is Yours (Anecdota), The Pirates of Finance (NYMF), As You Like It (NYU TIsch at the Atlantic Theater), Scenes from a Marriage (NYTW), God of Vengeance (New Yiddish Rep), Then She Fell (Third Rail Projects), Ghost Light (Third Rail Projects), and queens (LCT3). She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College.
Anna Aschliman (Assistant Stage Manager Swing) is a freelance stage manager from Wisconsin, and a recent graduate from Ithaca College with a B.A. in Theatre Studies. Past credits include How to Succeed (Sunset Playhouse), Il Sogno (Opera Ithaca), and numerous Ithaca College productions as both stage manager and fight director.
Kasey Blanco (Production Assistant) is a graduate from the Florida State University with a BA in Theatre and Hospitality. While in college, Kasey worked as a stage manager for Busch Gardens Tampa Bay and as a stage manager for multiple mainstage productions at Florida State.
Kristin Dwyer (Stage Manager) has worked with New York Shakespeare Exchange (The Rape of Lucrece), Honest Accomplice (The Birds & the Bees Unabridged), Prospect Theater Company (Myths & Hymns), Cloud City (Helps to Hate You a Little), VOICE Theatre, Urban Stages, UTC#61, Looking Glass Theatre, and Rhinestone Gorilla Burlesque in NYC, as well as Berkeley Playhouse (A Little Princess) in California. BA Theatre Arts, SUNY New Paltz.
Gabriela Gowdie (Assistant Stage Manager) is a graduate from Manhattanville College with a B.A. in Theatre and Education who wears many hats. As a performer, favorite credits include: Eleanor in The House of Atreus at Art House Productions; Elmire in Tartuffe; Heidi Holland in The Heidi Chronicles; Sarah Kane in Love Me or Kill Me; and Jaques in As You Like It at Manhattanville College. As a director, she oversees and stars in a YouTube web series with co-founder Bryant Lewis at O-Kaos Productions. And finally, as a stage manager, credits include The Red Dress (A Space Between), TEDx JerseyCity 2015, the Your Move Modern Dance Festival 2015 (Art House Productions), The Wild Party (St. Peter's University), and the Spring Dance Concert 2013 (Manhattanville College).
Taylor Hollister (Assistant Stage Manager) is an emerging stage manager, currently studying at Manhattan College. Select credits include her school’s production of Company (Asst. Stage Manager/Dance Captain) and a stage management internship with Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More. Taylor will be graduating this year with a BA in Communication and French, but she is most excited to continue learning and growing in her theatrical endeavors.
Nicole Timpone (Production Assistant) recently received her MA in English Literature from the University of St Andrews, where she wrote her dissertation on spectatorship and immersive theatre. While in college, Nicole also worked as a stage manager and producer with Mermaids Performing Arts Fund, and as house management for Scotland's student arts festivals, On the Rocks and StAnza.
Kristina Vnook is a New York-based freelance stage manager and production manager. Previous work with Third Rail Projects: Behind the City, Ghost Light,The Grand Paradise, Then She Fell, House No. 17, Midnight Madness, and the documentary Between Yourself And Me. Other New York credits include: America is Hard to See (Life Jacket Theater Co.), Residue (Becky Radway Dance Projects), The Mad Ones (Prospect Theater Co.), The Orion Experience (XL Nightclub & Dixon Place), 35MM (Galapagos Art Space), Darling (54 Below), Jasper in Deadland (York/54 Below), Rated RSO (Joe’s Pub, NYMF), Yeast Nation: the triumph of life (Fringe/La Mama), Kicking A Dead Horse (The Public), john&jen (45th St Theater), The Yellow Wood (NYMF) and Ana 3/11 (Fringe). Graduate of Pace University.
Marlis Yurcisin (Production Assistant) is a writer-director with a passion for immersive events. She has worked in film and television with many companies, most notably as an Executive Producer’s / Director’s Assistant on the television series, Yellowstone. Through her work she seeks to blur the lines between film, performance, and experience. Marlis holds a BA in Film and Television Production and a BA in English from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.