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.
Kasey Blanco (Assistant Stage Manager) 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.
Amy Castro (Assistant Stage Manager) Broadway: Anastasia. Off-Broadway: If I Forget (Roundabout). Other stage management credits include: Little Dancer (NYC Lab), It Happened One Christmas (Pioneer Theatre Company), The Gold, Single Wide (Pearl Theatre Company), and The Crucible (BYU). Directing favorites: Waiting for Godot (SDC Directing Fellow Nominee) and Vigils (National SDC Directing Award). BA in Directing & Stage Management, BYU.
Leyla DeMolina (Production Assistant) holds a BA for Honors in Theater Arts and English from Brown University. At university she focused on performance and served on multiple producing boards, including the departmental main stage board for which she served as Literary Chair. Some performance credits include Macbeth (Lady Macbeth), In the Heights (Ensemble), and Noises Off (Belinda). She completed a thesis on feminine death in tragedy entitled "She Should Have Died Hereafter: The Silent and Symbolic Deaths of Women in Shakespeare". She has also interned for the SheNYC Summer Theater Festival and has a background in stage management, dance, Viewpoints technique, and voice training.
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.
Sarah Herdrich (Production Assistant) is a freelance stage manager. Her New York credits include Peter, Who? (NYMF, SM) and The Consul (Opera Saratoga, ASM). She has worked across theater, dance, and opera at places such as Indianapolis Opera, Odyssey Opera, Hypokrit Theatre Company, and Bloomington Playwrights Project. She is a 2018 Comparative Literature and Theatre graduate from Oberlin College.
Caroline Labreche (Assistant Stage Manager Swing)is a dancer, choreographer, and theater artist. Originally from Florida, she received her BFA from Florida State University’s School of Dance, cum laude. During her time at FSU she was able to study in New York City where she engaged in internships with Gibney Dance, Battery Dance Company, and Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography. She has worked in production for artists like Shannon Gillen, Shamar Watt, and Yinka Graves, and more. She also currently works as a Jr. Booking Associate with Selby Artists MGMT.
Patrick St. John (Assistance Stage Manager Swing) Los Angeles native who studied Stage Management in Santa Rosa, CA. Nominated for the Stage Management BATCC Award and since has moved to NY, Managed at FringeNYC and Gateway Playhouse and Interned with Punchdrunk.
Taylor Steward (Assistance Stage Manager Swing) holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts from Saint Louis University. In school she focused on performance as well as production management. As a theatre artist, she enjoys maintaining a diverse set of theatrical experiences. As a performer, Taylor has worked with various professional companies including New Jewish Theatre, Metro Theater Company, St. Louis Actors Studio, Midnight Company, Saint Louis Shakespeare, and Blue Rose Collective. Taylor has also served as Community Engagement Manager for Metro Theatre Company (Saint Louis), Stage Manager for student productions (Saint Louis and NYC), and venue director for Saint Louis Fringe Festival and is eager to keep growing her knowledge of the ins and outs of different types of productions.
Terra Warman (Assistant Stage Manger Swing) is an accomplished Live Action Role Play (LARP) facilitator and director. She has collaborated heavily with immersive theater company Sinking Ship Creations on Project Ascension, Pandemonium, The Mortality Machine, White Death, and is the Production Manager for their upcoming blockbuster Scapegoat. Terra fronts NYC based art rock band Terra and the Dactyls. She is also the composer and director of the musicals Clive Barker’s Mister B. Gone, and Havoc! A Song Cycle for Six Women Who Give a Fxck. She is also the writer of the insidious Trashy Bathroom Larp. Ask her about it later.