Actor, Dancer, Voice-over, Director, Playwright, Critic, Private Coach
John Henry Parks
Actor, Singer, Voice-over, Critic
Actor, Singer, Multi-Lingual, Musician, Critic, Crew, Costumes Crew, Box Office, Marketing
Actor, Singer, Dancer, Voice-over, Multi-Lingual, Musician, Director, Music Director, Choreographer, Stage Combat Choreographer, Playwright, Screenwriter, Critic, Dramaturg, Institutional Teacher, Vocal Coach, Private Coach, Set Designer, Costume Designer, Lighting Designer, Sound Designer, Props Designer, Projections Designer, Technical Director, Electrician, Carpenter, Crew, Costumes Crew, Scenic Artist, Production Assistant, Stage Manager, House Manager, Company Manager, Box Office, Marketing, Development, Grant Writer
Christin Noel Powers
Actor, Singer, Dancer, Voice-over, Musician, Director, Playwright, Critic, Institutional Teacher, Vocal Coach, Private Coach, Marketing, Development
Bradley T. Johnson
Actor, Singer, Playwright, Critic
Philip Middleton Williams
Playwright, Critic, Grant Writer
Philip Middleton Williams received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in drama from the University of Miami, a Master of Fine Arts in playwriting from the University of Minnesota, and a Ph.D. in theatre from the University of Colorado. His first play, The Hunter, was produced at the University of Minnesota as a part of his master’s degree requirements. Dark Twist was staged by the Actors Ensemble Theatre of Boulder, Colorado. The Purer, Brighter Years premiered at the Old Town Playhouse in Traverse City, Michigan. Here’s Hoping, commissioned by Northern Michigan Planned Parenthood for the Troupe Teen Theatre Company, was presented in Petoskey, Michigan. Other works include Ask Me Anything and Other Short Plays, a collection of ten-minute plays that include Ask Me Anything, directed by William Roudebush, Last Exit and A Life Enriching Community, directed by Jerry Jensen, and Which Way To The Beach, directed by Steven A. Chambers, at the New Theatre’s Miami 1-Acts Festivals. A Moment of Clarity premiered at Magic Curtain Productions Still Got It Players Short Attention Span Play Festival in Orlando, Florida. His work has also been seen in the South Florida One-Minute Play Festivals. His newest work, All Together Now, won first place in the 2016 Playgroup LLC playwriting contest.
Can’t Live Without You was his first play to receive a New York production, at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in January 2008.
In 1992 he was appointed to the national advisory board of the William Inge Theatre Festival. He has written numerous articles on the works of Inge and Lanford Wilson and contributed to The Facts on File Companion to American Drama edited by Jackson R. Bryer and Mary C. Hartig. His doctoral thesis, A Comfortable House – Lanford Wilson, Marshall W. Mason and the Circle Repertory Theatre, was published by McFarland and Company in 1993.
He is a member of The Dramatists Guild.
Lina Maria Delgado
Mr Dylan Denmark
Actor, Voice-Over, Singer, Dancer
Critic, Dramaturg, Periodicals
NORMAN J. FEDDER, Ph. D. is University Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Theatre, Kansas State University; and now teaches in the Interdisciplinary Arts Program (IAP) of Nova Southeastern University. A member of the Kansas Theatre Hall of Fame, he is the author of a book on Tennessee Williams, many articles on dramatic literature, and 25 produced plays––notably the book for The Buck Stops Here! which was performed to critical acclaim by AMAS Repertory Theatre in New York City. He is a member of the Association for Jewish Theatre which he was instrumental in founding. He is also a Registered Drama Therapist/Board Certified Trainer, active in the North American Drama Therapy Association. He was honored by NADTA by receiving its initial Raymond Jacobs Diversity Award and its Gertrude Schattner Award––the highest honor the association can bestow. He founded Kansas State University’s renowned Drama Therapy Program and has developed and directs a Drama Therapy concentration within the IAP.