NJ Agwuna (Assistant Stage Manager Swing) is a freelance director and film PA, hailing from the ‘burbs of central Maryland. Performing from a young age, NJ found herself drawn more to the directorial and technical side of theater. In 2009 she pursued her passion at Binghamton University, where she majored in theatre directing and cinema. A recent resident of NYC, some of NJ’s credits include Amazing Spider-Man 2, Alondra was Here (Stage Manager), Bodega Bay (Asst. Stage Manager), Alice In Wonderland (Stage Manager), Today’s Special, Boardwalk Empire, Elementary, The Following, Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More (Stage Management Sub), and Redhead Randy; Anti-Bullying Film. In her spare time she coaches auditioning techniques for young actors, rehearses with her musical improv troupe, works on devising new pieces, and assists with casting at various casting agencies. www.njagwuna.com
Stephanie Armitage (Assistant Stage Manager) is a freelance stage manager. Recent credits include Take What is Yours(59E59), The Pirates of Finance (NYMF), As You Like It (NYU TIsch at the Atlantic Theater), and Deployed(NYMF). 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.
Cameron Michael Burns (Assistant Stage Manager Swing) is a performer with a BA in Theatre Arts from Marymount Manhattan College. He has performed with Glass Bandits Theater Company, Rady&Bloom, Tenement Street Workshop, Lust & Liberty, and in the New York Fringe Festival. In between acting gigs, Cameron has freelanced as a stagehand, usher, bartender, set dresser, and all-around theatre Swiss Army knife.
Amy Castro (Production Assistant) From Northville, Michigan. Recent credits include: Anastasia (Hartford Stage), The Gold (NYMF 2016), It Happened One Christmas, Fiddler on the Roof (Pioneer Theatre Company), Dogville (BYU), and Single Wide (NYMF 2015). Other favorites: A Man For All Seasons, The Crucible, Servant of Two Masters, Waiting for Godot (SDC Directing Fellow Nominee) and Vigils (National SDC Directing Award). B.A. Directing & Stage Management, Brigham Young University.
Jack Cummins (Stage Manager) New York: Dry Land (Colt Coeur), Titus Andronicus, The Wall, Muse’s Song (New York Shakespeare Exchange), Martyrs Street (Theatre for the New City), Hounds of War (Weeman Productions), The Champion (BRIC), Our Planet (Japan Society), What it Iz (Blackout Arts/NYU), Zapata!, Midnight Madness (NYMF), King’s River (Foxhole Ent.), Mountain Song, Adrift (Sam French). Regional: Our Town (George Street Playhouse), Deathtrap, Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, Beauty and the Beast, Jr. (Bucks County Playhouse), Holiday Jubilee 2013 (Crossroads Theatre), Twelfth Night, It’s a Wonderful Life, The Pavilion (Mile Square Theatre). London: Reasons to be Pretty (UK Premiere, Almeida Theatre). Education: BFA Stage Management, Rutgers University.
Bree Doobay (Production Assistant) attended the Theatre Conservatory program at SUNY Purchase before venturing out on her own as a stage manager. Credits include Subliminal (Broad Views on Broadway), The Taming of the Shrew (The Gage Players), Sleep No More (Punchdrunk NYC), ASDS Rep Series (Brierpatch Productions), Algorithmism (Fringe Festival), Quick and Funny Musicals (Upright Citizen's Brigade), and Who Knows (Sundance Film Festival).
Julia Galanski (Production Assistant) is a graduating senior at New York University, where she is a BFA in Dance candidate. She has also worked as a stage manager and as a member of the crew on numerous dance performances at the Jack Crystal Theater (NYU). Julia is interested in production, choreography, and innovative ways to present dance.
Gabriela Gowdie (Assistant Stage Manager Swing) 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 (The House of Atreus) at Art House Productions, and Elmire (Tartuffe), Heidi Holland (The Heidi Chronicles), Sarah Kane (Love Me or Kill Me), and Jaques (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).
Kaitlin Marsh (Assistant Stage Manager) is a freelance stage manager and technician newly arrived in New York City. Kaitlin has worked as a stage manager, production assistant and technician with several companies on performances and workshops, including: Tectonic Theatre Project’s work in progress Square Peg Round Hole, the Brooklyn Arts Exchange, the Burgess Meredith Little Theatre, and the Weis Center for the Performing Arts. Kaitlin recently graduated from Bucknell University with a Bachelor of Arts.
Andrew T. Scheer (Assistant Stage Manager) Touring: Bullets Over Broadway, Beauty and the Beast. Regional: The Visit, A Great Wilderness, Pygmalion, American Hero (Williamstown Theatre Festival). A Christmas Carol, Brother Wolf (Triad Stage). BFA Stage Management, UNCSA www.andrewtscheer.com
Samara Seligsohn (Assistant Stage Manager Swing), originally from Fort Lauderdale, FL, now lives in NYC doing freelance work in dance and theater production / administration and working as a professional tap dancer. After graduating from Barnard College with a BA in Dance, she worked for two years as the Assistant Artist Manager at Divine Rhythm Productions. She has also been a production assistant on Jason Samuel Smith & Co.’s Chasing the Bird at the Joyce Theater, and on The American Tap Dance Foundations' Rhythm is Our Business at the 14th Street Y. She has also been part of the run crew for dance festival concerts around the country. Samara currently dances in Nicholas Young’s SoundMovement Dance Company and Chloe Arnold’s Apt#33, while also teaching tap on faculty at Steps on Broadway.