Team

Co-Artistic Directors

James 

Clements

Sam Hood 

Adrain 

Jorge morales

picó

Ana Cristina

Schuler

Jorge Morales Picó is a Puerto Rican actor and musician currently based in New York City. Recent roles include: Max Estrella in Bohemian Lights, (HERE Arts Center), Featured Ensemble in Macbeth (dir. Kenneth Branagh, Rob Ashford), Cassio in Othello (No Stone Productions) and Principe in Reinar después de morir (Repertorio Español). Apart from acting, he has also composed the score for various short films and theatre productions, including The Burma Project (dir. Kate Whoriskey). He is a graduate from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, has trained at the International Theatre Workshop in Amsterdam, and at Augusto Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed Workshop in Brazil.

 

Sam Hood Adrain is an actor, playwright, and director who was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island. He is an alumnus of the Experimental Theater Wing at NYU: Tisch as well as the International Theatre Workshop in Amsterdam. He has worked for a number of companies across the country including Trinity Repertory Company, Infinity Theatre Company, Missoula Children's Theatre, Ithaca Shakespeare Company, and Audible.com to name a few. Sam is also the assistant teacher / administrator for Jon Stancato’s extended vocal workshops, Inside Voice.

 

James Clements is an interdisciplinary theatre maker and actor based between New York and Scotland. His techniques merge voice, movement and text to create socio-cultural dialogues on stage and between artists. He has worked with a range of artists, including Suzanne Opton, Kate Whoriskey, and the Talking Band. Clements has appeared at venues including La MaMa, WOW Café Theatre, the PIT and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Most recently, he assistant directed Greg Pierce's Her Requiem, and assisted Branden Jacobs- Jenkins on War, both at Lincoln Center (LCT3). He is choreographing a site-specific piece to premiere at the World Trade Centre in 2017. He is a member of electro-folk duo Decatur, who will release their debut album on 2017.

Ana Cristina Schuler is a Latina, Austin raised theatre maker based in New York City. She is currently pursuing a B.F.A. in Drama at the Experimental Theatre Wing at NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Additional training includes the Stella Adler Shakespeare Conservatory. Through different theatrical modes, Ana is interested in representing and deconstructing the social/economic politics in which we operate. Recent credits include: Infernal Machine, Interludes in Birdsong, Barely Lucid, and Impromptu. When Ana is not acting she’s playing piano, learning new instruments, and choreographing movement pieces. Recently she’s been immersing herself in the world of clowns.