Mark Singer (He.Him.His) (Abraham) has performed extensively in concert, musical theater, opera, and cabaret. Roles include Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird, Jack Boyle in Juno and the Paycock, Otto Frank in Diary of Anne Frank and Toreador in Carmen. With his wife Darcy Dunn he created a series of musical revues for the Catskill Mountain Foundation’s Mountaintop Celebration of Song and he has written several plays with John McCaffrey. Mark is currently developing All Mankind Has Lost Its Reason, a play depicting the music and history of Weimar Germany
Erin Sullivan (She.Her.Hers) (Sarah) is very much excited and grateful to be a part of this project. She studied musical theatre at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, earning a BFA in Drama. Post-grad, she went on to study on-camera, commercial, and voiceover acting at Stonestreet Studios. She has been fortunate enough to have gotten a couple of industrial gigs, as well as a short film, since 2018. “All my love to my family and my partner, AJ, whose belief in me and love keep me afloat.”
Benjamin Daniel Culpepper (He.Him.His) (Warren/Playwright) is incredibly excited to bring to life this piece dedicated to his muse and wonderful wife Kaitlynn. Benjamin is a Texan transplant and Barrow Group/HB Studio Alumni. Select New York Theatre Credits include John in Whom Shall I Send, Daddy Warbucks in Aynnie, and Scott in Zusman. Select film credits include Goose in Their Last Weekend and David in The One. Special thanks to the rest of the cast and crew for giving this work life.
Amy Marie Seidel (She.Her.Hers) (Director) is an artist, director, devisor, and dramaturg. She is a proud Tectonic Theater Project Company Member, and she has developed numerous Tectonic productions, including Here There Are Blueberries, Seven Deadly Sins, Treatment & Data, Three Hotels, and Laramie: A Legacy. Outside of Tectonic, Amy is currently serving as Assistant Director on Paradise Square, a new musical that recently opened at the Nederlander Theatre in Chicago and is scheduled to open on Broadway in March 2022. All humans are artists. For more info, visit www.amymarieseidel.com
Nikki Casseri (She.Her.Hers) (Videographer) is an award-winning actor, singer, director, and producer. She is a proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. Originally from Buffalo, NY, she graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre and has co-starred on CBS’s FBI: Most Wanted, Hulu's The Path, CBS's Elementary, and FX's Damages. Nikki and her husband, Brandon Schraml, have a film company, Dream Sweet Films, with a mission to create and produce films and web series that will entertain, impact, and educate. Check out season 1 of their live-action educational children’s web series, Maestro’s Magical Music Box, streaming on Youtube!
Brennan O'Rourke (They.Them.Theirs) (Stage Manager) is a white, queer, transfemme theatre practitioner, sexuality health educator, and poet dedicated to anti-oppressive practices. As a theatre practitioner, Brennan commits themself to stories that challenge and expand definitions of performance in ways that uplift the project of Trans liberation. They are a member of the F.U.N. (FiercedUntamedNiñes) Collective, Pride Youth Theatre Alliance and Trans Asylum Seeker Support Network. They co-founded the Gallatin Mental Health Arts Festival. Their work as a director and playwright has been showcased at Dixon Place, WOW Cafe Theater, The Tank, The Brick, The Kraine Theater, NYU Gallatin, Sitting Shotgun Players and Skidmore College, and No Exit Theatre Collective. Brennan holds a BA from NYU Gallatin’s School of Individualized Study and an MA in Applied Theatre at CUNY School of Professional Studies.
Diego Alejandro González (He.She.They) (Intimacy Consultant) is an NYC-based theatre artist by way of the borderlands, with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Abilene Christian University.
Originally from Monterrey, México, Diego moved to McAllen, TX at 11 where they nourished their practice of trans-cultural artistry. At age 20, Diego penned and directed Guadalupe, an original play about Latine queerness, family, and the "nepantla" borderlands experience. Connect with them if you want to chat Latine art, music and literature! Diego is the Marketing Associate at Ars Nova & has worked with PUBLIC WORKS (The Public Theater), Roundabout Theatre Company (Audinece Services), Tectonic Theater Project (Manager of Communications and the Moment Work Institute), Thirteen O' Clock Theatre & All Star Theatre.