Cheyenne Barboza
Cheyenne is a local director, playwright and arts administrator. Organizations she has worked with in Philadelphia include, Philadelphia Young Playwrights, The Arden Theatre Company, Painted Bride Art Center, Directors Gathering, Philadelphia Theatre Company and Theatre in the X to name a few. She is most jazzed about work that shines brightest on the African American experience, underserved communities, subcultures, and milk-out-thenose comedy. She aims to spread her Black Girl Magic Positivity in all that she does.
Elaine Di Monaco
Elaina Di Monaco is a director, dramaturg, new work enthusiast, and a co-founder of ON THE ROCKS, a collaboration with playwright Haygen Brice Walker. She loves fast-paced dialogue, queer narratives, shock value, sentient spaces, and a feminist agenda.
Cat Ramirez
Cat Ramirez has turned boiler rooms into dilapidated mansions, bike shops into cliquey high schools, and office conference rooms into existential prisons. Cat is one of the forces behind Philadelphia Asian Performing Artists (PAPA) and a former NNPN Producer-InResidence with InterAct Theatre Company.
Brey Ann Barrett
Brey Ann Barrett is a California-born-Philadelphia-based director, dramaturg, and producer with a special passion for new play development and modern contemporary classics. She focuses on intimate and familial pieces that address issues of the human condition and can teach empathy through storytelling.
Elise D'Avella
Elise D'Avella is a Philadelphia based director, actor and teaching artist focused on creating physical, ensemble driven productions. She received her Masters of Theatre from Villanova University in 2016 and has since directed for ReVamp Collective, Mz. Initiative and her own company, Svaha Theatre Collective.
Christine Freije
Christine Freije is a director and devisor interested in deconstructing classical work, confronting toxic masculinity, and raising the voices of femme artists through play and collaboration.
Randi Alexis Hickey
Randi Alexis Hickey is a Philly based director and theatre maker, with a focus toward new, ensemble driven work. Through collaboration, inquiry, gutsiness, and play she is interested in radically honest storytelling that both challenges and embraces audiences
Lexa Grace
Lexa Grace is a director and devisor based in Philadelphia. She graduated in May from Villanova University’s M.A. in Theatre program, where she directed Bedtime Stories by Charles Mee and an original devised piece entitled We Must Share Everything.