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BROOKLYN REPERTORY THEATRE


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BROOKLYN REPERTORY THEATRE


 

"And what the poets said in rhyme, the young translated into practice."

Brooklyn Repertory is a Bushwick based theater company created by friends who wanted to change the way race was being portrayed on stage. We believe in multiracial teams, colorblind casting, no stereotypes and most of all - an inclusive world. 

 
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News


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News


We're currently on hiatus as we plan for the next season, but in the meantime the team at Brooklyn Rep is excited to grow our company to include continuing education opportunities in theater and acting - first up is a masterclass with acting coach Ronald Rand who trained with Harold Clurman and Stella Adler, and will be conducting his masterclass on Stanislavsky's Methods of Physical Action. We'll also be using these workshops as a way to meet new people in a fun relaxed environment (instead of tedious auditions...) Workshops are $38 for a two hour session on April 17th in Williamsburg. 

 

We're also excited to announce that we'll be partnering up with the MCC Theater's Youth Company to offer 5 scholarship places to youth company members from diverse backgrounds.

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Company


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Company


Elisabeth Ng, Co-Founder & Artistic Director

Elisabeth studied at St Andrews University and trained at the Lee Strasberg Theater & Film Institute and the Einhorn School of Performing Arts. Born and raised in Asia, she started performing in Scotland and decided to leave behind a career in finance for acting. She founded Brooklyn Repertory to reflect her experience of 'modern family' - international friendships and diversity. 

Shahana Khan Khalil, Creative & Design Director

With her career in the Theatre & Media industry spanning over a decade, Shahana has worked in various production capacities in countries such as Pakistan, Turkey, Serbia, Italy, South Africa, Thailand, Kazakhstan and the United States. Her work has been televised in both Pakistan and the United States. 

.Roberto Sanabria, Artistic Associate

A native of Queens, NY, Roberto has been performing since his youth.  In 2012 he completed his Bachelors of Arts from the Eugene Lang College of The New School University. While in college he traveled to Ecuador with the Living Theater to perform 'Mysteries and Smaller Pieces', and conducted acting workshops for the local community in Quito and Guayaquil. 

Daniel Talbott, Mentor

Daniel is an actor, director, writer, artistic associate of Rattlestick Playwrights and artistic director of the Lucille Lortel and NYIT Award-winning Rising Phoenix Rep. Daniel received a 2011 Theater Hall of Fame fellowship, a 2007 NYIT award for directing, a Drama-Logue award, two Dean Goodman Choice awards and a Judy award for acting. 

Ilinca Tuvene, Co-Founder & Managing Director

Ilinca is a NYC based actress, producer and costumer designer. She trained in Bucharest with the Brainstorming Drama Group and in New York at the Lee Strasberg Theater & Film Institute. Ilinca balances her personality between her creative side and her business-minded brain! She is the CEO of production company Pretty Peasants. 

Ran Levy, Artistic Associate

Ran levy grew up both in Israel and San Diego. Upon completing three years of mandatory service in the Israeli Air Force, Ran moved to New York and begun pursuing a career in the field of acting. In June 2015 Ran graduated from the two year conservatory program at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film institute. Ran also has a B.A in Psychology and previously worked alongside Terror survivors and volunteered in a suicide call center.

Tahirah Stanley, Artistic Associate

Tahirah Stanley is a graduate of The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, where she received a full scholarship to participate in the 2 year conservatory program. Originally from Canada, she worked extensively as an actor and has appeared in productions of Marat/Sade, The Laramie Project and Romeo & Juliet, to name a few. Tahirah is proud of the work she is doing with The Brooklyn Repertory Theater and hopes that she can continue to help diversify stages locally and globally. 

"Where your talents and the needs of the world cross; there lies your vocation." - Aristotle

Anna Tempte, Artistic Associate

Anna graduated from the Lee Strasberg Theater & Film Institute, where she completed the 2 year Conservatory program. She is a trained Commedia dell'Arte artist and regularly performs in NYC with her commedia troupe. She previously lived in Denmark, Malta and the Philippines. 

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Past Productions


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Past Productions


One hopes the small, new, and visionary Brooklyn Rep will succeed and that their voice will emerge.
— Brooklyn Rail
Elisabeth Ng, Brooklyn Rep’s Creative Director (also Olga in the show) should be lauded for her goal of using a classic text as a platform for creating work relevant to the conversation of racial inclusivity in the arts. The cast is as ethnically varied a team as one could imagine, but grounded in the every-day metropolitan cultural landscape most city dwellers experience on a daily basis.
— RGMagazine
Tahirah...brought out the best in her fellow actors.
— RGMagazine
 

Chekhov's Three Sisters

February 2016

Brooklyn Repertory Theatre's third production of our inaugural season, Chekhov's Three Sisters. In keeping with the company's mission, the play featured a multiracial company. Directed by Victor Cervantes Jr. (Middle Voice Theater Company, MCC), our interpretation of this Russian classic takes place in present day New York and reflects the diverse world we live in today. The production was featured on Playbill and Broadway World. 

Directors Note:  In a time when the arts need diversity and a challenge to the classic structure, this production came to fruition with the goal to create an opportunity for artists who typically don't have the opportunity offered to them. More specifically, this production simply asks the question: what happens when everyday, ordinary people use theater to explore the complexities of their lives? 

Written by Anton Chekhov and Directed by Victor Cervatnes Jr.

Starring: Elisabeth Ng, Anna Tempte, Tahirah Stanley, Ilinca Tuvene, Fabio Motta, Ran Matalon Levy, Roberto Sanabria, Erick Betancourt, Mike Turner, Alexander Lambie, Robert Lee Leng, Stephen McFarlane, Rene K. Petrofes

Line Producer: Jaime Jaget, Executive Producer: Owen Fitzpatrick, Caleb Forlong

Assistant Director: Alessandra Mesa, Stage Manager: Elizabeth Sophia Strauss, Assistant Stage Manager: Anamari Mesa, Lighting Design: Jason Fok, Sound Design: Tom Mulvaney, Set Design: Victor Cervantes, Props Design: Lisa Purrone, Costume Design: Darla Juniper, Rehearsal Manager: Jacques Leon Decunto

Photography: Raymond Liang

Anna Tempte playing Masha...really owned a robust version of Masha that commanded attention.
— RGMagazine
As the cultural landscape of America shifts, the population will be less and less monochromatic with each approaching year. Brooklyn Rep wants to seize the inevitability of this future.
— Brooklyn Rail
 

BLUE SURGE 

September 2015

Curt is a working class cop struggling to rise through the ranks and prove himself equal to his finance, Beth, an artist from the privileged cast. Sandy is the nineteen year old prostitue he first tries to arrest, then attempts to help. When his promotion is derailed by a sting operation gone wrong, Curt finds himself drawn to Sandy and her struggle to rise above the circumstance of her birth. What Rebecca Gilman makes of this familiar scenario is something startlingly real and compelling, delving deeply into the small space that can divide a feeling of hope from one of hopelessness, as Curt and Sandy both try to get a foothold in the American dream of a house, job, life, and relationship with another human being. 

Written by Rebecca Gilman and Directed by Joseph Hayward

Starring: Joshua Schwartz, Elisabeth Ng, Cleo Handler, Shii Ann Huang, Matteo De Cola

Assistant Director Florence Le Bas, Design Prisca Choe, Lighting Design Jason Fok

Photography: Miah Gonzales

Brooklyn Repertory is having a standout opening season
— Broadway World
 
 
Wong Lu plays Panny’s school-mandated Korean pen-pal, and she’s an absolute treat to watch.
— Thomas Burns Scully, Onstage
 
Commendable acting, direction, and design serve as a reminder that the actual theater space becomes irrelevant when in the midst of a talented cast and crew.
— Ryan Mikita, Theatre Scene
 
 
 
 
 
 

JULIA CHO'S BFE

July 2015

A story of Freaks&Geeks meets David Fincher. 90s dead-end Arizona. A serial killer in suburbia on the prowl for blonde cheerleaders. Cute blondes are disappearing from her strip mall-covered suburban town, but fourteen-year-old Panny is more concerned with surviving adolescence and her dysfunctional family. Her agoraphobic mom wants her to get plastic surgery. Her friends leave her behind for sex and parties. Panny meets a boy. In this desert city, love blooms, but nothing goes as planned. 

Written by Julia Cho and Directed by Joseph Hayward

Starring: Shii Ann Huang, Elisabeth Ng, Hugh Cha, Hugo Fowler, Gillian Rougier, Ron Nummi, Giovanni Marine, Cleo Handler, Tina Wong-Lu

Assistant Director & Design Ilinca Tuvene, Stage Manager Ran Levy

Photography: Miah Gonzales

Ron Nummi, well… what a guy. He plays the villain of the piece, a sociopathic rapist, and you can’t help but find him unbelievably charming...every second a highlight, a masterclass in doing it right
— Onstage
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Three Sisters Program


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Three Sisters Program


THREE SISTERS

By Anton CHEKHOV

directed by victor cervantes

Brooklyn Repertory Theatre presents the third production of our inaugural season, Chekhov's Three Sisters. In keeping with the company's mission, the play features a multiracial company. Directed by Victor Cervantes Jr. (Middle Voice Theater Company), our interpretation of this Russian classic takes place in present day New York and reflects the diverse world we live in today.

Directors Note:  In a time when the arts need diversity and a challenge to the classic structure, this production came to fruition with the goal to create an opportunity for artists who typically don't have the opportunity offered to them. More specifically, this production simply asks the question: what happens when everyday, ordinary people use theater to explore the complexities of their lives? 

Victor Cervantes Jr (Director & Set Designer) is an actor/director/writer/producer from Phoenix, AZ. Recent New York directing: Three Sisters (Brooklyn Rep), Exposure (Middle Voice/Rattlestick), FreshPLAY with MCC's Youth Company and a various of readings and workshops. Recent New York acting: Henry IV at St. Ann's Warehouse (dir. Phyllida Lloyd), Lila Feinberg’s Clifford Odets Commissioned piece Love Lab (dir. by GT Upchurch); Vassa Zhelesnova (dir. Moritz van Stuelpnagel); Savage in Limbo (dir. Stella Powell-Jones), Polaroid Stories (dir. Adam Knight). Playwright: (melo)drama.tic, hom#phobic, relationSHIP, four Stories for Stories, and human(I)fest. Education: BFA NYU/Tisch, Lee Strasberg Centennial Scholar & Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar. Memberships: Improbable Stage Company, Actors Studio Director's Unit

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Elisabeth Ng (Olga) is a NYC based actor and the Artistic Director of Brooklyn Repertory. She studied at St Andrews University and previously worked in investment banking before pursuing a career in the arts. Elisabeth started her acting career in Scotland, where she originated the lead role in Belgian playwright Christophe Verboomen's Three's A Crowd and worked with BAFTA winning filmmaker Naysun Alae-Carew. She trained in New York at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute and the Einhorn School of Performing Arts. NY Theatre Credits: A Book By Its Cover (LaMama), Good (Hudson Shakespeare), Assassination of  Privilege  (ESPA),  BFE (BKRep), Blue Surge (BKRep), BOSSS (En Garde Arts), Here We Are Here (New York Theatre Workshop). Film: Carrie Pilby

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Anna Tempte (Masha) Based in New York, Anna Tempte recently graduated from the Lee Strasberg Film and Theatre Institute, where she played Maggie in the play "Den of Thieves" and Becca in “Rabbit Hole”.  Anna is also a member of a Commedia D’ell Arte troop which will be debuting in late winter 2016. Anna is grateful being a part of The Three Sisters and is a strong believer and supporter of diversity in the arts. 

 

Tahirah Stanley (Irina) is a graduate of The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, where she received a full scholarship to participate in the 2 year conservatory program. Originally from Canada, she worked extensively as an actor and has appeared in productions of Marat/Sade, The Laramie Project and Romeo & Juliet, to name a few. Tahirah is proud of the work she is doing with The Brooklyn Repertory Theater and hopes that she can continue to help diversify stages locally and globally. 

 

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Ilinca Tuvene (Natasha) is an actor/producer based in New York and the Managing Director of Brooklyn Repertory. Born in a small town in Romania, she was lucky enough to grow up in a family that adored the arts and pushed her towards acting. Her breakthrough performance was in Dear Elena Sergheyevna (dir. Alexandru Mazgareanu/Bucharest Comedy Theatre). A recent graduate of the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, she balances her personality between her creative side and her business side, as managing director of Brooklyn Repertory Theatre and CEO of her own production company, Pretty Peasants. New York credits include: Disco Love (Dixon Place), BOSSS (EnGarde Arts), Sick (Arts Eve Fest, Crosby Street Plays), Divided (Infusionarts), Hotdog Muffins (Ideal Glass).

Ran Levy (Solyony) qrew up both in Israel and San Diego, and upon completing three years of mandatory service in the Israeli Air Force, Ran moved to New York and began pursuing a career in the field of acting. In June 2015 graduated the two year conservatory program at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film institute.Some of his most recent US credits include: “The Director” in “Jukebox Rebel Baby” a Neo-Noir short film by Tyler Onassis (Which had a successful run in the festival circuit). TV: guest starring as LaLa Antony’s “Film and TV agent” in “Lala’s full court life” (VH1); “Limitless” (CBS); Mysteries of the Castle (TT); Food Porn (FYI), Commercials:  viral campaign for United Stations Radio Networks; Flyp App; Theatre, The Lift Weather Channel w/Al Roker; Optimum; Bacardi, Infor; Theater credits include: “Giovanni” in Dario Fu’s “We Won’t Pay” directed by Alex Correia; “Howard Siegel” in Rebeca Gillman’s “Boy Gets Girl” Directed by David Nathan Perlow; “Victor” in Noel Coward’s “Private Lives”; “Trip Wyeth” in Jon Robin Baitz’s “Other Desert Cities”; James in Donald Margulies’s “Time Stands Still”; The Government Attorney in Charles Conroy’s “Removal” (New York Premiere).  Ran also has a B.A in Psychology and worked along side terror survivors and volunteered in a suicide call center.

Erick Betancourt (Vershinin) graduated with his MFA from the Actors Studio Drama School (ASDS). He also holds a BFA in acting from the University of Rhode Island. Recently he was seen in HENRY IV at St Ann's Warehouse with The Donmar. His most recent roles: Dyson in Lady at ASDS, Coach Wicks/Lundy with Rattlestick/The Middle Voices. His most recent professional film credit: 11:55 set to be released 2016. Readings: Actors Studio, FreshPlay Festival with MCC.LAByrinth Theater - Summer Intensive (Thump Thump ’13), Houses on the Moon, Modern-Day Griot, Colors Of Community, Clubbed Thumb, and Dutch Kills Production which he is Co-founder. Erick would like to thank his artistic community and his friends for their support.

 

Fabio Motta (Tuzenbach) began his theatrical training at the Accademia Teatrale Veneta (Venice, Italy) where he completed a master in Commedia Dell'Arte . He furthered his studies at the prestigious 16th Street Actors Studio  (Australia), HB Studio and with Clown Master, Philippe Gaulier at The Ecole Philippe Gaulier.  Fabio has appeared in many Australian film and television projects including; Hating Alison Ashley, Canopy, Carla Cametti P.D. and Canal Road. He also starred in the award winning short films;  'With Bad Blood' selected for the Palm Springs International Film Festival in 2011 (USA) and 'Aria' which screened at the Salerno International Film Festival in 2012 (Italy) and Dungog Film Festival in Sydney (2013) .His theatrical credits range from productions in physical theatre to contemporary and classical theatre. These credits include: Carlo Goldoni's  ‘The Servant of Two Master’s’ (Venezia InScena Theatre Company, Italy) and John Patrick Shanley's, ‘Danny and the Deep Blue Sea’ (Revolt Productions, Australia).  Other Notable theatre credits include: ‘Charlie and Lola Best Bestest play’ (POLKA THEATRE in London and THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE ), ‘The History Boys’ (Boroondara Theatre Company), ‘L.O.V’ (Adelaide International Fringe Festival), ‘Manikins' and 'Fraternity’ (Melbourne International Comedy Festival). In New York he has worked with director Aleksey Burago on the 'Moliere project' at HB studio and 'My Uncle Chekhov' at the West End Theatre. He also starred as Joey in 'Pal Joey' directed by Robert McQueen at HB Studios. He is thrilled to collaborate with Brooklyn Repertory on Three Sisters

Roberto Sanabria (Kulygin) has been performing since his youth.  In 2012 he completed his Bachelors of Arts from the Eugene Lang College of The New School University. While still majoring in Theater he traveled to Ecuador with the Living Theater to perform 'Mysteries and Smaller Pieces'.  Since then he performed in the original production of 'Alondra Was Here' by Chisa Hutchinson and played Phil the Trucker in The Brewing Department's production of bobrauchenburgamerica by Charles Mee.  Roberto feels privileged to be collaborating with such a tremendous cast and crew and is excited to take on the role of Kulygin.

 

 

 

Stephen McFarlane (Fedotik) Hailing from the island of Jamaica, Stephen is a New York based actor currently enrolled as a two-year conservatory student at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and film institute. He is grateful to be on stage with the Brooklyn Repertory. He stared as Rubin Flood in “The Dark at the Top of the Stairs” directed by Lee Kasper, He played Rake in “A Balm in Gilead” directed by Jenna Worsham. Stephen starred as Abu Ala in the play “Fourteen Days in July” directed by Barry Fienstein, a review in the Baltimore City paper called his performance “Superb”. His film credits include numerous indie films as well as H.B.O and Netflix’s productions. Stephen McFarlane’s unwavering love for acting and his commitment to producing positive art is a testament to his love of art.  Stephen is honored to be apart of the cast of “Three Sisters” and to be working with such talented and creative individuals.

Renee K Petrofes (Anfisa) New York stage credits include The Attic Theatre Company’s Notebook of Trigorin, the role of Ruth Steiner in Donald Margulies’ Collected Stories at the Strand Bookstore’s Rare Books Room; Anna Truman, an alcoholic black woman who passed as white, in Broken Pieces; a critically acclaimed performance as Ma in Down the Road at the ArcLight Theatre; Queen Elizabeth in Richard III; Lilly in Robert Anderson’s classic Tea and Sympathy; and Teacher/Reporter in the Kitchen Theatre’s highly-praised production of Speech & Debate.  Renée was a member of the LAByrinth Theatre Company’s Intensive Ensemble.  Much love and thanks to Gerry, Blair and Tess for their constant support.

Robert Lee Leng (Ferapont) is a young Asian American actor from Revere, MA and his training consists of the renowned Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute and the Upright Citizens Brigade.  He is an Asian American of both Chinese and Cambodian decent and moved to NYC to learn about himself and build a career as an actor. Moving forward he carries the desire to bring more diversity to both the American Theatre and Film Industries.  He is honored to be apart of such a wonderful production of The Three Sisters alongside such a talented cast and crew.  

Mike Turner is a New York based actor/writer. Mike recently won Best Actor in a Leading Role award at the 8th International ItSelf Festival in Poland for portraying the role of Matt in Adam Rapp’s “Red Light Winter” (dir Laura Savia). Other recent credits include Encounters (IRT Theater), the feature film Max Saves the World, Annunciation (INTAR Theater), Last Days of Judas Iscariot (dir Laura Savia) and many more. Mike is also the recipient of the Outstanding Achievement award from the Lee Strasberg Institute, and the co-writer/producer of Prometheus Comedy on Vimeo. 

Alexander Lambie (Chebutykin) grew up in the South Bronx. Lambie is an alumnus of the Atlantic acting school and MCC's Youth theater company. He is a founding member of the Middle Voice Theater Company, an inaugural LAByrinth theater company acting fellow and, a rookie yarn craftsman.

 

Crew and Designers

Elizabeth Sophia Strauss (Production Stage Manager) Production Stage Manager: Elizabeth is a Stage Manager, Sound Programmer, Writer, Golfaholic. Off-Broadway: Ping Pong (The Public Theater), Pitbulls (Rattlestick Productions), The Snow Queen (NYMF), Drama Desk Nominated: Almost, Maine (Transport Group). Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk Nominated: The Model Apartment (Primary Stages). Off-Off Broadway: Off The Desk, with Chris Foley, The American Soldier (MITF) Knots (Fringe NYC) The Cutthroat Series: Victory Lap (The Flea Theater), Temple of The Souls (MultiStages), 16 Words or Less (Clubbed Thumb), Accidents Waiting To Happen (Stable Cable Lab Co.), The Famous for 15 Minute Theater Festival. Has stage managed several workshops and labs for the Lark Play Development Company and many Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids events. She is also the Production Coordinator for the Broadway Stage Management Symposium and Stage Manager for the Podcast: The Employee of The Month Show with Catie Lazarus.Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival. Education: The University of Rhode Island. 

Anamari Mesa (Assistant Stage Manager)

Alessandra Mesa (Assistant Director)  is an actor/writer/director who just completed her studies at NYU Tisch at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute with a BFA in Drama. She is very excited to be working on this production of Three Sisters with this very special group of people. Previous credits: Dreamhouse (written & directed by Ale Mesa), Pulp Vèritè (dir. Shaun Peknic) Middletown (dir. Andrew Scoville), Melancholy Play (dir. Andrew Neisler), Superior (dir. Erin Vassilopoulos, [Short film, Sundance Official Selection, 2015 Berlinale]). 

Jaques Leon DeCunto (Rehearsal Manager & Technical Assistant) From being a classmate from The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute, Jacques joined the Brooklyn Repertory Theatre Company as a first-time technical assistant to Director Victor Cervantes Jr. and is so proud to help build this project. 

Lisa Purrone (Properties Designer) is thrilled to be a part of this production with this company of people! She is currently the Alumni Fellow at MCC Theater and a founding member of the Middle Voice Theater Company. Previous design and assistant credits include Kate + Date (webseries) by Emily Daly, Witness the Beginning directed by Drew Weinstein, The Parlour by Xavier Galva, and Exposure by Steve DiUbaldo.

Darla Juniper (Costume Designer) was born and raised in Manhattan, a real Yankee Doodle. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology with an AA in Fashion Design. Additionally, she recently just received her Costume Design Specialist certificate. She was the costume designer for several theatrical productions including “Waiting for Godot” and “Period of Adjustment”. Ms. Juniper is also a graduate of The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Her acting credits include films such as “The Needs of Kim Stanley” and “What is Desire?” and the plays “Polaroid Stories” and “The Dog Logs”. This is her first production since graduating, Darla is super excited to work with the cast of Three Sisters and this new spin on a classic! Costumes are certainly her therapJason Folk (Lighting Designer) is a Queens based lighting designer for theatre and dance. Select design credits includes work with TerraNova Collective, The Todd Henry Movement, Teatro SEA, Stella Adler, Cre·Art Project, Little Y Theatre, Queensboro Community College, Artisphere, Cervantes Institute, Museum Of Jewish Heritage, Bernie Whol Center, Choral Chameleon, Theatre For The New City, The Davenport Theatre, The Tank, Montclair State University, Dixon Place, The Wild Project, Secret Theatre, The Bushwick Starr, ACME Studio, Flamboyan, Martha Graham Studio, The West End Theatre, Ithaca College among others. He’s also worked as an assistant at Theatre at Monmouth, Goodspeed Musicals, Roulette, Urban Stages, Theatre Row, Access Theatre, and Classical Theatre of Harlem. Mr. Fok holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Design and Production from Ithaca College. He is a mentee with Wingspace Theatrical Design in Brooklyn, NY. 

Tom Mulvaney (Sound Designer) Tom Mulvaney is a musician/sound designer from Staten Island, NY, and is excited to contribute to this modern adaptation of Three Sisters. He has studied Studio Production at Purchase College and music at the College of Staten Island. Tom enjoys working on a wide array of projects, including music production, and sound design for both theater and film. Recent projects in sound design include The Middle Voice Theater Company's Exposure, and Eyeing by Max Bayarsky (film). Tom would like to thank Victor Cervantes, Jaime Jaget, and Brooklyn Repertory Theatre for all their support.

PRoducers

Jaime Jaget (Line Producer & Scenic Painter) is a New York based Producer and Writer. As Managing Director of the Middle Voice Theater Company, Jaime is in pre-production for AGNES! Recent Producing credits: Exposure (MVTC), Graduation Day (MVTC), Room For One (MVTC) and MVTC Summer Development Series 2014 & 2015. She is also in preproduction for  Writing Credits: ’94 Letters to Your Father (Theater Jam V, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), SonnyBoy (Middle Voice Theater Company) and Pat (Middle Voice Theater Company). Outside of theater Jaime is an amateur blogger, and painter with a passion for people. She is a senior at CUNY Hunter College set to graduate with an Honors BA in Media Studies and Dance with a concentration in Psychology in May 2016. 

 Caleb Forlong & Owen Fitzpatrick are the Executive Producers of this project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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