Sara is an actress, stage manager, dramaturg and producer. Most recently stage managed Fool For Love (Bank St Theatre). Last summer, she stage managed "The Coward" at FringeNYC (14st Y) with the National Theatre of MatMadia. She also makes appearances in the drag/burlesque/fire performance scene, having gotten her feet wet stage managing Smutcracker: The Defeat of Facism at Bizarre Bushwick. She has also served as White Rabbit Productions' Director of Development for the past 3 years- stage managing the annual Halloween event presented at the Kraine theatre. Lastly, she's also a company member of Act-Out! Productions in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn as actor, dramaturg, dialect coach and fight captain. She has a BA from Emerson College.

CO-FOUNDER

The National Theatre of MatMadia

MADDY CAMPBELL is a classically trained, experimental actor, singer, playwright based in NYC with a BFA from NYU. She trained at Stella Adler Studio of Acting and The Experimental Theater Wing. Maddy is the Artistic Manager at IRT Theatre. Currently she is training as a circus intern at The Muse Brookln. 

THE PEOPLE

MATT PHILLIPS is a Brooklyn based interdisciplinary artist and fire perfomer. Matt has a BFA from NYU where he trained at The Experimental Theater Wing. Matt has performed at venues such as House of Yes and Bizarre Bushwick and is known as his drag persona, Laurel Fixation. Currently Matt is a circus intern at The Muse Brooklyn.

MADDY CAMPBELL

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CO-FOUNDER

Kate is a gender queer theatre maker and activist based in New York City. Kate has a passion for combining classic plays with movement techniques that change how we think about and interact with the world. Kate attended Jordan College of the Arts at Butler University. They are currently working as an ASM for PUFFS at The Elektra Theater in NYC and as production stage manager for SHE MOON, a National Theatre of MatMadia production in celebration of women's posteriors. 

Production Manager; SHE MOON

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KAte powell

development director; collaborator

MATT PHILLIPS