TALENE MONAHON* (Anne Hathaway; Playwright) (She/Her) Talene’s plays include How to Load a Musket (Less than Rent/59E59), Frankie and Will (MCC), proud revengeful ambitious (Play Per-View) and All in Good Fun (Peterborough Players). As an actor, she has originated roles at Roundabout, Playwrights Horizons, the Atlantic, MCC, New Georges, Encores!, Clubbed Thumb, Red Bull, La Jolla, Gingold, Partial Comfort and Les Freres Corbusier, among others. Her writing has been published by Stage Rights, The Cincinnati Review, and Mcsweeneys. B.A. Dartmouth College. 

RYAN SPAHN* (Francis) (He/Him) Off-Broadway: Lessons in Survival, Mr. Toole, How To Load A Musket, Moscow x6, Daniel’s Husband, Summer and Smoke, Still at Risk, Exit Strategy, Gloria. Film: The Raging Heart of Maggie Acker, Shirley, Abducted, Nora Highland (writer/director), He’s Way More Famous Than You (co-writer), Grantham and Rose (writer), Woven (co-writer). TV: Chicago P.D., Modern Love, The Bite, The Blacklist. Ryan’s been published by Rotten Tomatoes, IntoMore, Talkhouse, Metro Weekly, American Theatre Magazine, and USA Today. Training: Juilliard. 

AMELIA WORKMAN* (Jane Anger) (She/Her) Amelia has appeared on Succession, Bull, and Blindspot (selected). Her work onstage has led her to work with Pulitzer- winning playwrights, understudy Kerry Washington, and perform on stages in over a dozen countries. She played the titular role in the lauded 2019 revival of Fornez’s Fefu and her Friends. For more information visit ameliaworkman.com 

MICHAEL URIE (William Shakespeare) (He/Him) Broadway: 

Chicken & Biscuits, Grand Horizons, Torch Song, How To Succeed... Off Broadway: Buyer & Cellar, Government Inspector, Angels in America, The Temperamentals, TV: Ugly Betty, Younger, Modern Family, Good Wife/Fight, Hot in Cleveland. Movies: Single All The Way, Swan Song, Lavender, Decoy Bride, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, He’s Way More Famous Than You. Michael has played Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Mercutio, Roderigo, Saturninus, Flute, Boyette, Horatio, Hastings, Benvolio, Demetrius, Chiron and now the Bard himself! 

JOEY MENDOZA (Set Design) (He/Him) is a freelance New York City-based scenic and event designer. He has designed, mentored, and taught at Fordham University’s Theatre Program at Lincoln Center since 2012. His scenic design work has been seen on the stages of Repertory Philippines, Ma-Yi Theatre Company, INTAR, La Mama, The Flea, and others. He is a recipient of PhilStage’s Gawad Buhay award (2017) for Excellence in Scenic Design. JMDesignNY.com. 

ANDREA HOOD (Costume Design) (She/Her) Off-Broadway: Hercules, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Romeo & Juliet (The Public Theater/Shakespeare in the Park); Love and Information (New York Theatre Workshop, Lortel Nomination); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Othello; The Comedy of Errors (Classic Stage Company); Regional: The Who’s Tommy (Kennedy Center); Williamstown Theatre Festival, Glimmerglass Festival, Huntington Theater Company, Two River Theater, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, PlayMakers Rep. International: National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing, China; Berlin State Opera House, Germany. Obie award. 

NIC VINCENT (Lighting Design) (He/His) is a Brooklyn-based lighting designer, originally f rom Toronto, Canada. Recent design credits include The Indigo Room (Timothy White Eagle / La Mama), Fragments, Lists, & Lacunae (New York Live Arts), Hoppla! We’re Alive! (New School / La Mama), DirectorJam (Rattlestick), Cabaret, Big Love (Columbia University), NIGHTGOWNS (Sasha Velour / The Documentary Group), Ni Mi Madre (Rave Festival), El Huracán (Yale Rep). MFA: Yale School of Drama. Nicvincent.com 

LINDSAY JONES^ (Sound Design / Original Music) (She/Her) Broadway: Slave Play, The Nap, Bronx Bombers and A Time to Kill. Off-Broadway: Bootycandy (Playwrights Horizons), Mr. Joy (LCT3) and Privacy and Dry Powder (Public Theater). He’s worked regionally at Guthrie, Alliance, Goodman, ACT, Chicago Shakespeare, Steppenwolf, La Jolla Playhouse, Arena Stage and many others. International: Stratford Shakespeare Festival (Canada), Royal Shakespeare Company (England) and many others. Awards include: two Tony Award nominations for Best Score and Best Sound Design of a Play, seven Joseph Jefferson Awards and 24 nominations, two Ovation Awards and three nominations, three Drama Desk Award nominations, three Helen Hayes nominations, and many others. Film scoring: HBO Films’ A Note of Triumph (2006 Academy Award, Best Documentary). www.lindsayjones.com

MATTHEW FREW (Special Effects Supervisor) (He/His) Broadway: A Soldier’s Play, The Minutes. Select Off-Broadway: Cyrano, Sweet Charity, Buried Child, Sticks and Bones (The New Group); YEN, The Money Shot (MCC); War (LCT3); Fun Home (The Public); Love and Information (NYTW). Recipient of National Award for Excellence in Properties Design from The Kennedy Center and USITT Chesapeake Award for Theatrical Design.

ANDREW CONNELLY (Associate Set Design) (He/Him) Andrew is a pandemic graduate of Fordham University. Select Credits: Twelfth Night, Electricity, Shadows (Scenic Design), The Moon and the Wolf, Conversations with Stars (Costume Design) at Fordham University; Associate Scenic/Costume Design on ADHP2 at the Red Turnip Theatre; Headpiece construction for Hercules at the Delacorte Theatre.

IEN DENIO^ (Sound Associate) (They/Them) ien is a trans non-binary sound designer with two Drama Desk nominations who has been working in and around NYC for 15 years. 125+ shows later, ien works steadily as an associate Off-Broadway. ien has also worked on Broadway and maintains a design presence both Off-Off- and Off-Broadway. A composer and designer, they much enjoy the collaborative process - no matter their position - and thrive in the fast-paced world that is Theater Sound. iendenio.com [Neverbugs... Little Ones.]

SEAN MICHAEL CHIN (Fight Choreographer) (He/His) is a fight director, combat performer, and stage combat instructor in New York City. NYC: King Lear, Romeo & Juliet, Macbeth (New York Classical Theatre); Dracula (Classic Stage Company); Coriolanus, Awake and Sing! (The Public); home/sick (The Assembly). Regional: Romeo & Juliet (Hartford Stage). BA from Wesleyan University. SAFD Certified Teacher and SDC Associate Choreographer.

PETER R. FEUCHTWANGER (Production Manager) (He/His) was the production supervisor for The New Group for over 50 shows, and Primary Stages for another 40. He designed the set and lights for Bill Maher’s Broadway run of Victory Begins at Home, as well as production supervising it. His credits extend to productions in Spain, Germany, Sweden, and France. Other notable shows include Tea at Five with Kate Mulgrew, Fault Lines directed by David Schwimmer, and Silence: The Musical.

MICHAL V. MENDELSON* (Production Stage Manager) (She/Her) NY credits include Groundswell Theatricals, Primary Stages, Theater Breaking Through Barriers, St. Ann’s Warehouse, Pomegranate Arts, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, The Flea Theater, New Georges, Red Fern Theatre, TerraNova Collective, New Dramatists, The Pearl Theatre, Studio 42, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Dog-Run Rep, and Worth Street Theatre. Regionally, she has worked with Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre, Berkshire Playwrights Lab, Passage Theatre and Fairfield Theatre.

BRANT SENNETT* (Assistant Stage Manager) (He/His) is thrilled to have you at our show. Thank you for supporting the arts!! Broadway/Off-Broadway: Chicken & Biscuits, Dog Man! The Musical. Regional: Clue (Paper Mill Playhouse) Cruise Lines: Kinky Boots, Jersey Boys. Touring: Dog Man! The Musical, Turning 15 On The Road To Freedom. Proud cat dad to Vision. Special thank you to my family, Jordan, Lauren, Dashaun, and Francesca for all their continued love and support! @BrantSennett

JENNIFER CAMPOS PRODUCTIONS (Producer) (She/Her) Jennifer Campos Productions was founded to promote diverse and inclusive theatrical productions across the country. For over 15 years, Ms. Campos has worked with several off-Broadway theater companies including The New Group and Primary Stages in various capacities. Most recently, Ms. Campos is an  Associate Producer for The New Group Off Stage production of Waiting for Godot with Ethan Hawke, John Legazimo, and Wallace Shawn and upcoming i need space. Associate Producer on Out of the Box Theatric’s production of Baby.​ She also is an Executive Producer of Jenn Harris' Short Comedy Shes's Clean coming out later this year.

CLAIRE YENSON (Casting) (She/Her) has worked in casting for theatre, film, and TV. Favorite credits include: Hercules (Public Works @ The Delacorte), Sweat (Donmar Warehouse), Ain’t No Mo (The Public Theater), Modern Love (Amazon Studios), and the upcoming feature film Sharper (A24). Thanks to the entire Jane Anger team, especially Talene.

LIZ FLEMMING (Managing Director) (She/Her) Founding producing artistic director of Out of the Box Theatrics (OOTB), an Off-Broadway non-profit. Prior to the pandemic OOTB’s production of Baby was nominated by the Off-Broadway Alliance for best revival. This past season OOTB’s virtual production of The Last Five Years received a Drama League nomination and was a NY Times Critics’ Pick. OOTB is heading into its 7th season of inclusive site specific work. Independently, Liz produced projects at LaMama, The Cell, and NY Theater Barn. @littlelizzybiz and www.lizflemming.com

OUT OF THE BOX THEATRICS (General Management, Marketing, Box Office) Out of the Box Theatrics (OOTB) is an Off-Broadway Non-For-Profit committed to lifting the voices of marginalized communities through the stories they tell. OOTB challenges audiences to experience work outside of their expectations and strives to diversify American theater by providing an inclusive and accessible platform for artists and patrons. OOTB was founded in 2015 by Elizabeth Flemming. Past productions include the Drama League nominated The Last Five Years, The Pink Unicorn, Baby (Off-Broadway Alliance Best Revival nominee), Master Harold”...and the Boys”, Songs for a New World, Shoes & Baggage, ... Charlie Brown, Nocturne, and Into the Woods. In addition to mainstage programming, OOTB offers the new works initiative Building the Box.

FB, IG, Twitter @ootbtheatrics www.ootbtheatrics.com

SPIN CYCLE PR (Press Representative) Clients include 21 seasons with FringeNYC; 20 seasons with The Flea (including premieres by A.R Gurney, Elizabeth Swados, Will Eno, and Adam Rapp); 7 years with P.S. 122; immersive hit Then She Fell; and companies including Partial Comfort, Dutch Kills, wild project, The Civilians, Bedlam, SITI, Pig Iron, Ars Nova, Pipeline, New Georges, Foundry, Culture Project, and the cell, among countless others. @SpinCycleNYC / SpinCycleNYC.com

NEW OHIO THEATRE (Venue) New Ohio Theatre develops and presents the boldest and most innovative work f rom NYC’s diverse independent theatre community, actively expanding the boundaries of what theatre is, how it’s made, and who makes it. With a 28 year history and two Obie Awards
for Sustained Excellence for developing and presenting new work, we have established ourselves as a pillar of the downtown independent theatre community. We are known for our eclectic, expansive sensibilities, our artist-centric philosophy, and for creating an environment of generosity and open access.

We believe the best of NYC’s diverse indie theatre community—the small, inspired, artist-driven ensembles and the daring producing companies who operate without a permanent theatrical home—are actively and aggressively expanding the boundaries of the American theatre. We also recognize structural inequalities exist and can deny individuals access to opportunities due to race, gender, disability, age, class, and sexual orientation, and we work to counter these inequalities. We nurture, strengthen, and promote this community of independent theatre artists for NYC’s most adventurous theater audiences.

^ Member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829

+ Member of Stage Directors Equity Association and Choreographers Society

* Member of Actors’ + Member of Stage Directors Equity Association