Annie G. Levy (Director) is a NYC based theatre maker. Recent directing credits include: And She Bakes! (Dixon Place, NY International Fringe Festival, the San Francisco Fringe Festival and the Los Angeles Fringe Festival), and Daughter of the Sun: The Latvia Project (Dixon Place, Indiana University Paul Artist Residency, The Access Theatre), George Sand Invitational One-Minute Play Festival (City Center), SIX SEEDS: The Persephone Project (Theatre at the Tank, Space on White), TREE ARMY: The CCC Project (The Figment Festival, The Irondale Center), Elana Bells’ Eyes Stones (The Green Building, Scape Goat Garden), Deborah Yarchun’s The Man in The Sukkah (JPP OPEN Festival), and Lauren Feldman’s AMANUENSiS (Northwoods Theatre Company).
Annie is a founding member of WorldWideLab, an international festival of director-driven work, where she recently collaboratively directed Last Request (based on Franz Xaver Kroetz's
Wunschkonzert) and collaborated on Agamemnon (directed by Jay Stern and Ioli Andreadi. Other international credits include, The Assembly Rooms (Edinburgh, Scotland), Discoteca di Storia (Rome, Italy) and Acadia University (Nova Scotia, Canada).
Annie has received a FAIR assistantship at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, a residency at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, and was a 2010 LMCC Uptown/Downtown Artist. She is a member of the Lincoln Center Theatre Directors Lab, an associate member of SDC and is the co-founder of the literary series SWEET! Actors Reading Writers. She earned her BA at Columbia University and her MFA at Sarah Lawrence College.
Julia Young (Co-Writer) was a writer on "Impractical Jokers" as well as on shows for MTV International, Comedy Central, and the Food Network. She's written for the Emmy Award nominated show, "Brain Games" on National Geographic, "Girl Code" on MTV, "Hack My Life" and "Billy On The Street" on truTV and "Joking Off" on MTV2.
Julia is in the National Touring Company of Chicago City Limits: New York City's longest running improv revue. She's traveled all over the country performing improv shows, teaching creativity workshops, and instructing kids and teens in the art of improv. She was on the inaugural house team "Kinsey" at the UCB East Theater.
Julia attended The University of Michigan, where she won Michigan’s “American Eagle Campus Comedy Challenge” as well as the title of “Michigan’s Favorite Comic.” She also won the Peter and Barbara Benedek Prize for Best TV Script for her 30 Rock spec script, which was selected by UTA agents.
Veronique Ory (Marketing/PR/ACR) is an Actor and Producer based in New York City. Ms. Ory is the Founding Artistic Director of Athena Theatre, a non-profit theatre company since 2003. Ms. Ory is excited to continually support new works! She was honored to present the World Premiere of The Man Under by Paul Bomba at 59E59 Theaters.
John Emmett O'Brien (Sound Design) Recent/upcoming credits include: Skippyjon Jones Snow What (Theatreworks USA), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (dir. Terry Berliner/North Shore Summer Theater Workshop), Happy End (The New School). Select designs include: Motherf*cker With The Hat (dir.Tamilla Woodard/NYU Tisch), Hands Up! (dir. Jonathan McCrory/National Black Theatre), Tail!Spin! (dir.Dan Knechtges/Lynne Redgrave Theater), Mozart A Rock Opera (dir. Warren Carlyle), Gods and Kings (dir. Katherine Mar tin/The Other Mirror Theatre), Chang(e) (dir.Suzi Takahashi), When We Met (dir. Eric Hoff/CAP21), Jericho (dir. Evan Bergman/New Jersey Rep & The Directors Company) ,workshop of The Last Goodbye (dir. Alex Timbers), Poetic License (dir. Evan Bergman/59E59 &The Directors Company), workshops of The Blonde Streak (directed by Jack Cummings III), The Rhythm Club and Tuck Everlasting (both directed by Casey Nicholaw). Select assistant credits: Anything Goes (Drama Desk Award, Tony Nom.), Fela! (Tony Award). Production engineer for The Broadway Dolls and proud member of Bastard Playground and USA Local 829.
Annie Levy, Director
Chad Chenail, Assistant Director
Charles Caster-Dudzick, Projection Design/Graphic Design
Croft Vaughn, Costume Designer
Kyle Kravette, Lighting Designer
Jane Cramer, Voice Over Designer
Joshua Sitron, Co-Composer/Orchestrator
John Emmett O'Brien, Sound Designer
Julia Young, Co-Writer
Veronique Ory, Marketing/PR
Chad Chenail (Assistant Director) is a graduate of Pace University and freelance director based in Jersey City. Directing credits include: Subverted (Lynn Redgrave Theatre), Rough for Theatre II (La Mama ETC), Douche (The Player’s Theatre), Refresh (La Mama ETC), In Your Mother’s Garden (MITF), The Family Continues (La Mama ETC). Assistant directing credits include Hildegard (St. Anne’s Warehouse), Latvia/Latvia (The Access), Something Cloudy, Something Clear (Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival), and Maria Celeste: Galileo (Incubator Arts).
Charles Caster-Dudzick (Projection Design, Graphic Design) is a filmmaker, painter, digital artist and video producer living in Brooklyn. Originally from Nyack, New York, he is now a senior at Brooklyn College pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts.
Croft Vaughn (Costume Designer) has proudly volunteered with The POOP Project since spring 2012, and produced their Edinburgh Fringe Production. He works in Syndicated Finance at Capital One, and serves as their NYC LGBT Network Chapter Lead. He is a Board Member of TNYA.org, and has a boutique bespoke men's swimwear line, Bright Beachwear (trademark pending).
Kyle Kravette (Lighting Designer) s tudied lighting design at Pace University’s School of Performing Arts. Nominations: Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star for Outstanding Lighting Achievement. Design credits include: Dance Out Loud 2015 and 2014 at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts, Godspell at Schaberle Theater, Woyzeck at The Chain Theater.
Joshua Sitron (Co-Composer/Orchestrator) is a music composer / producer, multi-instrumentalist and sometimes shaman filmmaker. He has written music for Nickelodeon, Fox, Disney, PBS, and Showtime, including the mega-hit show, Dora the Explorer for which he served as musical director and composed the theme song and underscore.
Recently, Josh composed the Main Title Theme (with Shawn Shafner) and musical underscore for Jonah Hill’s animated FOX sitcom Allen Gregory. When not composing music for film and television Josh produces bands and other artists at his studios in Brooklyn, NY and Northampton, MA, including Nikki Blonsky (Hairspray, Smash), Margaret Garrett (Mr. Airplane), Mark Mulcahy (Miracle Legion, The Adventures of Pete & Pete), Duke Amayo (Antibalas, Fu Arkest-Ra), Eric Biondo (Beyondo, the Monkees), Stuart Bogie (TV on the Radio, Iron & Wine, Superhuman Happiness), along with the bands, The Wild Yaks, Big Nils, Goat Boy, Hylo-fi, Lazer & the Dookers, The Expandable Brass Band, Josephine & The Mousepeople and others, some of whom he performs with at live shows.
Jane Cramer (Voice Over Designer) is an audiobook narrator, musician, and radio producer living in Brooklyn.