Sam Hood Adrain is an NYC-based theatre artist who has worked at a number of companies across the country including Trinity Repertory Company, Infinity Theatre Company, Missoula Children's Theatre, Ithaca Shakespeare Company, HERE, IRT, and Audible to name a few. He is a published playwright whose works have been called “heartbreaking….complex...and thought-provoking” (Theatre is Easy), have been presented in NYC at HERE, The Nuyorican Poets Cafe and IRT Theatre, toured to Providence and Toronto and are a radio play produced by the Cleveland Radio Players. Sam is proudly a Co-Artistic Director of WWTNS? BFA NYU: Tisch, Experimental Theatre Wing.
James Clements is an actor, writer, director, producer and arts educator based between New York and Scotland. Clements has performed at venues including La Mama E.T.C., HERE Arts Centre and MITU580, and has been on the creative team for projects at Lincoln Centre LCT3, the Public and the 92nd Street Y. His original plays, described by critics as "magnifying" (TimeOut), "intricate" (BroadwayWorld) and “intellectual” (Theatre is Easy), have been performed in cities across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. He is an affiliated instructor for Drama at NYU Tisch and Co-Artistic Director of What Will the Neighbors Say?
Jorge Morales Picó is a Puerto Rican video designer, sound designer, and composer currently based in New York City. He has designed in places such as Signature Theatre and NYTW for plays such as GUAC: My Son, My Hero with Manuel Oliver , and Shakespeare in The Square production’s of Midsummer Night’s Dream. He has toured with Big Dance Theatre's 17c and Meredith Monk's Cellular Songs, and has presented at places such as MassMoca, UNC Chapel Hill, BAM's Harvey Theatre, The Old Vic in London, and Deutsches Theater in Berlin. Recently, he toured through China with Broadway Asia’s Production of An American in Paris and will be traveling to Theatre de Chatelet in Paris with the production.
Ana Cristina Da Silva is a proud Latina, Austin-raised actor, producer, and writer based in NYC. She received her B.F.A. in Drama at the Experimental Theatre Wing, NYU Tisch. Additional training includes the Stella Adler Shakespeare Conservatory. Ana Cristina toured in The Diana Tapes portraying Princess Diana in an internationally acclaimed tour ending in London (Stockwell Playhouse) where she made her Off-Westend debut. Her acting has been described as “chilling…crisp, and focused” (BroadwayWorld), “fascinating to watch” (Providence Journal), and “memorable” (Theatre is Easy). She is a proud Co-Artistic Director of What Will the Neighbors Say?. Thank you all for coming!