Ang is a black, queer storyteller from Southwest Philadelphia. They have a penchant for Ecostyler gel, Prince, and Josephine Baker.
Selected acting credits [stage]: Twelfth Night (Shakespeare in Clark Park), The Baldest Eagle (PHIT), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Ursinus College); [film]: Sundance Directors Lab Actors Ensemble 2017, LP (dir. Alexander Etseyatse), Bracelet (dir. John Deswert).
Rachel is a scrappy, white, queer performance practitioner and recent graduate from the New College of Florida, where they studied anthropology, dance, and performance. When they aren’t working for minimum wage or playing at home with Centimeter the kitten, Rachel is pouring themselves into creating, aiding, and supporting original creative endeavors that protest violence and demand reparations.
Selected original production and choreography credits: Susannah and the Elders (Ringling Museum of Art), Antigone (Windmill Theatre Company), The Second Sex (Dance Collective), Experiment 42 (Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure), The Great Pacific (New College of Florida)
Selected field projects: Time Sifters Conference Presenter (Florida Public Archaeology Network), Where There Is Love (New College of Florida), WAKE: Living With/In Disaster (New College of Florida), Prodie Shell Midden Interpreter (Florida Public Archaeology Lab), “Rock Art Ranch” REU (University of Arizona)
Collaborator & Dramaturg
Sophie is an inquisitive spirit and lover of literature, particularly the poetics of Audre Lorde and the philosophical intrigue of Albert Camus. She is a senior studying English and Educational Studies with a minor in Philosophy at Ursinus College. As a graduate, she plans to continue learning and collaborating with communities in educative and creative processes that advocate for empathy, peaceful protest, and equity in all realms of life.
Selected management credits: The Medusa Play (Ursinus College, SM), By The Way, Meet Vera Stark (Ursinus College, ASM), A Fierce Kind of Love (Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, ASM), Night Watch (Ursinus College, SM), It’s All in the Timing (Ursinus College, ASM)
Quinton is a Philly-based actor, comedian, and writer from Willingboro, New Jersey. He can be seen performing in both comedy and theater venues. Quinton is currently an apprentice at Lantern Theater Company. He is also a certified actor combatant with the SAFD, has experience as a puppeteer working at the Jurassic World exhibit at The Franklin Institute, and majored in animation at The Art Institute of Philadelphia. Always a wearer of many hats with training in a multitude of fields, he’s always ready for a new and challenging project.
Selected acting credits [stage]: Town (PHIT), One More River to Cross (Pulley & Buttonhole Theatre Company), Bully! (Traveling Improv Duo), Reasonable Fear (Touch Me Philly), Millenium Quest: Warp Jawn (PHIT).
Selected acting credits [TV & Film]: Philadelphia: The Great Experiment (History of Philadelphia), Tamburlaine (Vivid Verse Productions), The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (HBO Films)
Selected show producer credits: The Witching Hour, Fight Call! A Sketch Comedy Stunt Show Spectacular, Two Person Circus, Hey We’re Cool
Collaborator & Actor
Quinton J. Alexander
Bonnie is a Philly born-and-raised Actor, Director and Writer. They received a B.A. in Theater at Temple University, and have been working in the city to create vibrant and honest work; directing many children at a time in joyous productions for kids, and devising pieces with collaborators they adore.
Bonnie’s latest passion is the creation of Modrn, a clown that has been touring Philadelphia bringing sequins, power ballads, and comedic interpretive dance.
You can follow Modrn’s antics on instagram @moderncityclowngirl
Another recent passion of Bonnie’s is being “paw-paw” to their rescue cat, the gentleman known as Mr. Bingley. Photos of the purr-fect sir available at request.