Roger Q. Mason
Roger Q. Mason is a playwright whose work mines the intersection of history, memory, and identity. Mason's works have been seen at such venues as McCarter Theatre Center, Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA; Son of Semele Theatre
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Adin Walker (Director and Choreographer) graduated from Princeton University with degrees in English, Theater, and Gender & Sexuality Studies. Recent projects as director/choreographer include One Arm (Chautauqua Theater Company); Pin* and the Blue Fairy (Drama League Artist-in-Residence, Dixon Place)...
Wesley Cornwell is a New York based theater designer. Recent credits include Dead Poet Society (CSC; Assistant Director Intern for John Doyle),Lost and Guided (The Angle Project; set, costumes, lights), Man of La Macha (Princeton Festival; set), Gruesome Playground Injuries (Theaterlab; set, lights, sound), Cyrano (Grind Arts Co, FringeNYC; lights), Once (Princeton U; set, costume), Spring, On Fire (Princeton U; costumes). He received his BA with honors from Princeton University where he was awarded the Louis Sudler Prize, the Lewis Center for the Arts' highest award to a graduating senior.
Sarafina Bush is a costume designer native to Brooklyn, NY. Previous design credits include One Flea Spare (Playhouse Creatures), This Time(Rising Circle), Good Men Wanted (Arena Stage), Couriers and Contrabands (Barrow Group), Why You Beastin? (Fringe Festival), and Choke(If/Then Dance), among others. She is also an assistant costume designer on various productions both on and off Broadway.
Victoria is a lighting designer who splits her time between New York and Chicago. Some of the companies she's worked with include Williamstown Theatre Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, The Goodman, The Atlantic Theatre Company, Kentucky Opera, MCC, and Soho Rep. Her most recent designs include La Cancion with El Repertorio, and Out There! with Bluelaces Theatre Company. Victoria is a graduate of Loyola University of Chicago and was the first recipient of the Michael Merritt Design Award at Loyola University.
Charles Inniss is a songwriter/musical theatre writer, and sound designer out of Shaker Heights, Ohio. Trained as a classical flutist and jazz saxophonist, Charles roots his work in rhythm, harmony, and sonic integrity. He is one half of the aritst/songwriting team InnissENT; As a part of InnissENT, Charles has served as the key force behind their iconic sound, which has garnered the emerging group following via Youtube. In addition to this work, Charles continues to develop original musicals. His musical, ‘Written in the Stars’ was most recently workshop with Snapdragon Productions at Playwrights Horizons.
Mayfield brooks improvises while black, and is currently based in brooklyn, new york. mayfield also works as an artist scholar, cultural worker, farmer & movement-based performance artist.
Mayfield studied contemporary dance at the school for new dance (sndo) in amsterdam, moving on center in oakland, ca and holds two masters degrees in performance; investigates "the body" as a questionable conceptual construct & is most curious about intersectional politics, cultural organizing, gender fuck, ancestral memory, the afterlife of slavery, and dance improvisation in interstitial spaces. mayfield is currently a 2017 artist in residence at Movement Research in New York City.