Lindsay Bednar-Carter


is a writer/director currently residing in NYC. Her background is primarily in dance and classical theatre. Previous directing credits include RELENT at The Old American Can Factory, Rouge at Lincoln Center’s Clark Studio Theatre, La Boite Rouge and Luna produced by UNCSA in association with Cirque Du Soleil. As an AEA actor and SAFD recommended combatant some of her credits include: Regional: White Heron Theatre: Daddy Long Legs, Romeo and Juliet; Folger Theatre: As You Like It; Television: Madam Secretary. Film: Sarajevo. She holds a B.F.A. from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts where she studied Drama and Dance. She was an artist in residence at The Old American Can Factory in 2018.

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Hannah Myers


is an Actor-Director, bred in the south and based in New York City. She holds a BFA in Drama from The University of North Carolina School of the Arts as well as independent studies with Kristin Linklater and Bob Krakower. She has worked closely on new play development with Soho Rep., The Bushwick Starr, Atlantic Theater Company, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Lincoln Center Education, The Attic Theater Company, and others. Most recently, she directed THAT TIME LIZZIE, a new play by Grace Parker, produced by Sprout Works’ Harvest Festival and appeared on FBI, CBS. Telluride Film Festival Student Symposium Alumni. Hannah loves making dope theater and film with her brilliant friends.


Emily Jeanne Brown


is an actor who thrives on strengthening community through collaboration and intimate storytelling. Regionally, she has performed at Forestburgh Playhouse, American Shakespeare Center, Texas Shakespeare Festival, Guthrie Theater, American Conservatory Theater and Aurora Theater Company. This Fall, she performed her one-woman show, SHE WOLF, about Shakespeare's portrayal of Margaret of Anjou, at The Tank in New York. She is also a singer/songwriter and plans to start booking gigs around the city this summer, so be on the lookout! B.A. Smith College, M.F.A. American Conservatory Theater. Proud member of the AEA.


Tanja Konwinski


is an actor and visual artist based in NYC. She graduated from UCLA with a BA in Cultural Geography and has spent the past decade independently pursuing the arts. She studied acting at the Maggie Flanigan Studio in Manhattan, and movement training under Julia Crocket and Nate Flower. She is the Operations Manager of The Old American Can Factory in Gowanus, Brooklyn and was an artist in residence there 2016-2017.