Ryan Landry

. . . Playwright

Larry Coen

. . . Director

Kathryn Most

. . . Stage Manager

Vicki Schrairer

. . . Asst. Stage Manager

Justin Seward

. . . Scenic Designer

Alex W. Brandt

. . . Lighting Designer

Dan Axe

. . . Sound Designer

Ben Walsh

. . . Crew

The Momentum

Geoffrey Decas O'Donnel

. . . Co-writer and Performer

Jordan Seavey

. . . Co-writer and Performer

Boo Killebrew

. . . Co-founder

Lee Sunday Evans

. . . Co-founder


Ryan Landry (Playwright)is Ryan Landry, a working writer, director, and performer for over thirty years. His Boston-based troupe the Gold Dust Orphans produces satirical "mash-ups" of pop culture - comedic, dramatic, or musical - in both Provincetown and Boston. Past productions include Phantom of the Oprah, Willy Wanker and the Hershey Highway, All About Christmas Eve, Death of a Saleslady, Medea, A T-Stop Named Denial, Christmas on the Pole, and Valet of the Dolls. He is a resident of Dorchester, MA. The Boston Globe extols, "The brilliance of playwright/performer Ryan Landry lies in his unique ability to marry outrageous parody with the most serious topics."

Larry Coen(Director) received a 2010 Elliot Norton Award for directing Phantom of the Oprah (Gold Dust Orphans) in addition to two previous Elliot Norton Awards for acting. Additional directing credits: Ruthless! (SpeakEasy Stage Company); Twilight Zone and Willie Wanker and the Hershey Highway (co-directed with James Byrne) (Gold Dust Orphans); world-premiere productions of Shel Shocked by the late Shel Silverstein (Market Theater); MLK: We Are the Dream (American Place Theater, NYC); Fax of Life (Manhattan Punchline). As an actor he recently appeared in Nicholas Nickleby (The Lyric Stage). As a playwright, 9 Circles of the Inferno was commissioned by ArtsEmerson and premiered in September and Epic Proportions ran for ninety-three performances on Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre directed by Jerry Zaks and starring Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Tudyk (also produced by the Lyric Stage in 2002). Larry is Artistic Director of City Stage Co., which provides free arts education programs and performances for low-income kids and families.

    Stage Manager: Kathryn Most
    Assistant Stage Manager: Vicki Schrairer
    Scenic Designer: Justin Seward
    Lighting Designer: Alex W. Brandt
    Sound Designer: Dan Axe
    Crew: Ben Walsh

The Momentum

Geoffrey Decas O'Donnel (Co-writer and Performer) co-founded CollaborationTown. He received his BFA from Boston University's School of Theatre Arts in 2003, and has also studied playwriting with Charles Mee. Geoffrey received a Fringe Excellence Award for Outstanding Playwriting for The Deepest Play Ever: The Catharsis of Pathos. He enjoys design and has designed for CollaborationTown and other companies. Geoffrey is a co-founder of Shenanigans Comedy Collective, and with them produces monthly sketch comedy shows. He is very interested in puppetry and is a happy fellow who enjoys the visual arts, yoga, cooking, Brooklyn, the color green and riding his bicycle.

Jordan Seavey(Co-writer and Performer) is a member of The Public Theater's 2009 Emerging Writer's Group and is co-founder and co-artistic director of NYC-based theatre company CollaborationTown. Co-created with CTown: The Momentum (2010 FringeNYC Overall Excellence Award Winner), Let's Go, Townville,The Astronomer's Triangle(three New York Innovative Theatre Award nominations), and The Trading Floor. His other plays include Who's Afraid of George C. Wolfe?,The Funny Pain (reading at The Public Theater, dir. May Adrales), The Truth Will Out (2010 finalist for the O'Neill Center National Playwrights Conference, developed at the New York Theatre Workshop, the Old Vic Theatre Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, and About Face Theatre),Children at Play (CTown at The Living Theatre, dir. Scott Ebersold; two NYIT Award nominations; named one of The Advocate's Top 10 LGBTQ Plays 2009; to be published by Playscripts), 6969 (CTown at 59E59 Theaters; three 2007 NYIT Awards), This is a Newspaper (FringeNYC Excellence Award, 2003), American Child, and The Long Distance. Residencies/fellowships include a 2010 MacDowell Colony residency, 2010 Artist-in-Residence with the New York Theatre Workshop at Dartmouth College, 2009 P73 Playwriting Fellowship semi-finalist, a 2008 Lark Play Development Center/NYSAF retreat, 2003 Edward F. Albee Foundation residency, three residencies with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and three residencies at Robert Wilson's Watermill Center. B.F.A., Theatre Studies, Boston University.

Boo Killebrew is a playwright, choreographer, actress, and co-founder of CollaborationTown. Her plays include The Play About My Dad (nominated by New Georges for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, NYC: 59E59 Theatres, June 2011,workshop, CTown); The Momentum (NYC Fringe Festival, Fringe Excellence Award for Overall Production of a Play), They're Just Like Us (L.A. premiere at Theatre of Note, NY premiere with CTown, published by The New York Theatre Experience), True Love Waits (L.A. Theatre of Note, NY Blue Coyote Theatre Group), and Pulling Teeth (Blue Coyote). She and/or her work has appeared at the Roundabout Theatre Company (Speech & Debate), the Public Theater, The Living Theatre, The New York Musical Theatre Festival, LaMaMa Etc., Huntington Theatre Company, Village Theatre, Olney Theatre Center, 59e59 Theaters, and Boston Playwrights' Theatre. She has received a New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Featured Actress and Best Ensemble, three NYIT Award nominations for playwriting and acting, two New York Fringe Festival Awards of Excellence, The Bette Davis Foundation Award (Boston University), three residencies at Robert Wilson's Watermill Center, and an Edward F. Albee Foundation fellowship, and was a 2008 NYFA Panelist. She received her B.F.A. from Boston University.

Lee Sunday Evans is a director, choreographer, and teaching artist. As the associate director of Young Jean Lee's Theater Company, she worked on The Shipment (Wexner Center, The Kitchen) and Lear (Soho Rep). Directing credits include Prague, (The Jam, New Georges), The Next Thing, Ways to Survive the World (Williamstown Theatre Workshop), How I Won the Campbell Prize, The Drowned World, (Intimate Collisions), and the upcoming The Play About My Dad (59E59 Theaters, Summer 2011). Her choreography credits include Full (The Tank); Masqueradee (StrebLab w/ Brandon Wolcott); Big Money, a new musical by Kyle Jarrow and Nathan Leigh (Williamstown Theatre Festival); and Godspell (Olney Theater Center). She has danced at locations around New York City with ann and alexx make dances, has taught theatre workshops in NYC public schools, and was a teaching artist with the International Theater & Literacy Project in Arusha, Tanzania. She is a New Georges Affiliated Artist and a member of Lincoln Center Director's Lab. She received her B.F.A. from Boston University.

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