Founding Member / Artistic Director
JJ Lind is a Brooklyn-based director, performer and artist. He has directed at the Flea Theater, the Tank and IRT in New York City, the Yale Repertory Theater in New Haven, CT and the Secret Theater in New London, CT. He has also collaborated with Joseph Maida on a video/photo installation entitled Celebrity, which was shown at Riva Gallery in Staged/Unstaged (cur. Lauri Firstenberg, Artists Space). J.J. is a graduate of Yale University with a degree in Theater Studies. He currently works as a development officer for Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company.
Founding Member / Production Designer
Maki Takenouchi, who studied Fine Arts at Yale, was born in Tokyo but now makes her home in Long Island City. She serves as Executive Director of administration and Lead Designer of productions.
Founding Member / Choreographer
Liz Vacco is a Brooklyn-based performer and choreographer. She grew up in Stow, MA and then went to Yale, graduating in 2000 with a degree in Theatre Studies. Since then, she has performed with Les Freres Corbusier, The Collapsable Giraffe, Fovea Floods, Floating Brothel, One Year Lease, Sidra Bell Dance NY, and the Hangar Theater. She teaches dance, yoga, and theater to children at Discovery Programs, Karma Kids, and Let’s Dance Brooklyn. She has also worked for the non-profit organization, The Children’s Aid Society, implementing and expanding the after-school theatre program at P.S. 5.
Max Dana is a Brooklyn-based performer and artist. Initially trained as a playwright at Yale University, Max later studied clowning and physical theater at the Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris and mask design with Italian mask maker Donato Sartori at the Center for Masks and Gestural Structures. His work as a performer, writer and mask maker has been seen at various international festivals, including the Asia Contemporary Theater Festival, Fusion Festival in Germany, the Prague Fringe, the Edinburgh Fringe, Avignon OFF and La Festival de Primavera in Madrid.
Siobhan Towey grew up on Roosevelt Island and now resides in Brooklyn. She received her BFA from NYU Drama; The Stella Adler conservatory and the Experimental Theater Wing. She also studied corporeal mime at the Decroux school in Paris. Some film credits include: TRAIL OF CRUMBS (Hoboken Film Festival); EDEN JONES, directed by Eli Rarey; THE FAMOUS JOE PROJECT (Slamdance Film Festival). She was a resident member of The Bat Theatre Co. @ the Flea Theatre (NY) as well as Shakespeare Santa Monica(LA) and has appeared in many various and wonderful downtown theatre plays in NYC and LA.