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Book by Jacey Powers & Dan Wolpow; Music by Adam Spiegel; Lyrics by Dan Wolpow; Additional Story by Adam Spiegel


at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre  [map]

  • Monday, July 7, 2014 at 7:00 pm
  • Thursday, July 10, 2014 at 5:00 pm
  • Friday, July 11, 2014 at 1:00 pm
  • Saturday, July 12, 2014 at 9:00 pm
  • Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 4:30 pm
  • Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 8:30 pm
  • Saturday, July 19, 2014 at 2:15 pm

A Two of a Kind Musical!

1993–There is a new president in the White House, Jurassic Park is about to tear up the box office, and Wally Waterman is on the verge of inventing the teleporter! But weird science gets weirder when Wally accidentally clones himself. Is NYC big enough for two giant, identical egos? It'll take nothing short of a movie star, international espionage, and a few pigeons to find out. Featuring a gleefully breezy score, CLONED! is door-slamming, yodel-happy, bird-squawking fun!

Running Time: 2 hours, plus one intermission

Jacey Powers

Jacey Powers (Book)

Jacey Powers is the daughter of the late playwright John R. Powers, and writes with the aim of living up to her father’s incredible legacy. Her full-length play, Picking Up, was produced Off-Broadway at the DR2 Theater. A one-act play she authored, Metacarpal Magnetism, was presented as part of Sight Unseen Seven in downtown Manhattan. Other writing credits include six adaptations of various children’s stories and an original children’s theater piece, Happily Ever After and All That Jazz, presented throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Jacey’s passion for original new works can be seen in her extensive credits an actor. Among them, the world premiere of Band Geeks! at Goodspeed Opera Company and the original Off-Broadway cast of Falling at the Minetta Lane Theater. She was also seen in NYMF’s The Hills Are Alive as “Gerdy.”

Dan Wolpow

Dan Wolpow (Book/Lyrics)

Dan Wolpow is a graduate of Cornell University and past participant in the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Workshop. He contributed several songs to Keepers: A Broadway Benefit which was performed in November 2010 at Studio 54 and also appeared in the 2011 New York International Fringe Festival. Dan’s music has also been heard in association with the Public Theater’s Emerging Writers’ Group, and his short musical, A Lunchtime Story, has been performed at Wayne State University. With composer Adam Spiegel, he wrote music and lyrics for The Spiegel & Wolpow Musical Comedy Hour (& A Half)! at the Laurie Beechman Theatre, and this show, which was previously read at the York Theatre in February 2013, and again as part of NYMF’s Developmental Reading Series in July 2013. He is a foodie, film enthusiast, and avid video gamer. He currently resides in Brooklyn Heights.

Adam Spiegel

Adam Spiegel (Music/Additional Story)

Adam Spiegel is a New York-based composer, singer, songwriter, actor, pianist, arranger, and music director, among other things. His other original musical, Camp Rolling Hills (Music and Lyrics by Adam Spiegel, Book and Lyrics by David Spiegel and Stacy Davidowitz), was a 2013 NYMF Next Link Project Finalist. It is currently in publication through YouthPlays, and available at Adam completed two years as a composer in the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, where he worked on a musical adaption of Back to the Future with lyricist Dan Wolpow. As an actor, Adam has been seen as Peter in Vital Theatre Company’s Pinkalicious, The Musical! He has also written and arranged many songs for several rock/pop bands and a cappella groups, and can sometimes be seen singing at Bar Mitzvahs. Adam is a graduate of NYU Steinhardt’s program in Music Business.

David Andino

David Andino (Tramell the Pigeon)

David Andino is so pumped to return to NYMF with CLONED! Recent credits include: The Buddy Holly Story (The Big Bopper) at Little Theatre on the Square and most recently 50 SHADES! The Musical Parody Off-Broadway (Christian). He dedicates this silly show to his crazy cat, King Louie XIV for helping him come up with pigeon noises. Yep! His cat! Much love to his friends and family.

Melanie Beck

Melanie Beck (Izzy)

Melanie Beck is overjoyed to be part of this production of CLONED! after playing Izzy in the show's previous readings with both NYMF and The York Theater. Most recently, Melanie performed the role of Sara in the regional premier of Grace at Lake Dillon Theatre Co. in CO. Other favorite credits include SkippyJon Jones (Lucille Lortel Theatre and TheatreWorksUSA tour), Sylvia in Sylvia (Lake Dillon Theatre), Thea in Spring Awakening (Roxy Regional Theatre), Corie Bratter in Barefoot in the Park (Skyline Theatre Co.), and Olive Ostrovsky in ...Spelling Bee (Hangar Theatre). She sincerely thanks Tom, Heather, Dan, Adam, this talented cast, and her incredible family and friends.

John Alban Coughlan

John Alban Coughlan (Dr. Marshall)

National Tour: Beauty and the Beast; La Jolla Playhouse: Palm Beach; Arkansas Rep: CABARET; Stages St. Louis: 1776, Cabaret (Kevin Kline Nom.), The Drowsy Chaperone (Kevin Kline Award Winner); Musicals Tonight: Irma La Douce, Up in Central Park, I'd Rather Be Right, among others. Regional and NYC: Death of a Salesman, Holiday, The Maids, A Kind of Alaska, Bosoms and Neglect, Marie and Bruce. Films include What's Left, Bird in Hand, Encorche, and I Am the Penguin.

Alex Goley

Alex Goley (Wally)

Alex is thrilled to be returning to NYMF with this fantastic show! This is his second year with NYMF after performing in Standby: The Musical in 2013. Off-Broadway: The Bardy Bunch (Chris Partridge), The Butterfly (Henri), The Berenstain Bears Live! (Brother Bear, Original Off-Broadway Cast). Regional: Richard III (Prince Edward) at Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, Big River (Huck Finn) at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, co-starring James Monroe Iglehart. Alex would like to thank his friends and family, Katie, John, NYMF, and the incredible team of CLONED! for supporting him all the way. BFA, NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

Crystal Kellogg

Crystal Kellogg (Sharon Stone)

Crystal is so happy to be making her NYMF debut! She was last seen in The King And I (Anna) at Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre. Other credits include: Because Of Winn Dixie (Sunny) a new musical by Duncan Sheik and Nell Benjamin - Arkansas Rep Theatre, Allegro (Jenny Brinker) also directed by Tom Wojtunik - APAC, The Sound Of Music (Maria) - Surflight Theatre and Westchester Broadway Theatre (u/s), The Full Monty (Pam) - Riverside Theatre, Grease (Sandy) and The Little Mermaid (Ariel u/s performed) - Tuacahn Center for the Arts, Nine (Luisa u/s) starring Robert Cuccioli - Westchester Broadway Theatre. TV/Commercials: Person of Interest on CBS, Athenos Feta Cheese National commercial nominated for TruTV's Funniest Commercial of the Year. Up next? The First National Tour of Broadway's Tony Award Winning Kinky Boots!! Thank you Tom for this opportunity. Coming soon:

Matthew Knowland

Matthew Knowland (Fizz)

Matthew is reprising the role of Fizz after the exciting readings at the York Theatre and last year's NYMF Festival. Other credits include; Off Broadway: Cafe a Go-Go (Chazz); Tony and Tina's Wedding (Michael Just/Donny Dolce); Bumbug (Chris). TV/Webisode: Late Night With Jimmy Fallon; Saturday Night Live; Forensic Files; What Exit (Evan). Matthew has also been honored to work with The New Professional Theatre and Cape Cod's The Hyannis Sound. Thank you to Berry and Crosby.

Eric Mann

Eric Mann (Clone Wally)

Overjoyed to be cloned again and again with this incredible show! National Tour: A Chorus Line (Mike). Regional: Hello Dolly! (Barnaby) at Cape Playhouse and North Shore Music Theatre; Enter Laughing (Marvin) at Bay Street Theatre; The Drowsy Chaperone (Gangster #2), West Side Story (A-Rab), Annie at North Carolina Theatre; Big River (Huck Finn) at Galveston Island Musicals; Tommy at Arkansas Repertory Theatre. BFA Elon University. When Eric is not acting, he is busy filmmaking with his awesome new company UNREEL FILMS, LLC. Short Films (Directing): Alistair's Wednesday, Finish Her, Defunkt, A Rather Splendid Day. Upcoming: Filming and appearing in the documentary Just Go.

Tony Romero

Tony Romero (Mr. Choi)

Tony returns to CLONED! after appearing in last year's readings at The York Theatre and NYMF 2013. He comes directly from the National Asian Artists Project's production of Oliver! at Signature Theatre. Off-Broadway credits include Tokyo Can Can. New York credits: Triplets starring R&B legend Ruth Brown, as well as Babes in Toyland and Suites by Sondheim, both at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall. Regional credits: Mame starring Christine Ebersole, Paper Mill Playhouse; Anything Goes, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Great Lakes Theatre Festival; My Fair Lady, Trinity Repertory Company, Cleveland Playhouse, and Virginia Stage Company; The Wizard of Oz, Actors Theatre of Louisville; Scrooge starring Gary Beach, Theatre Under the Stars; The King & I starring Lou Diamond Phillips, Kansas City Starlight Theatre; and The Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring The Rockettes. Proud AEA member.

Babs Winn

Babs Winn (Evelyn)

Babs just completed a 2-year Off-Broadway run in Cougar The Musical as the hilarious Mary-Marie Beauregard de Champain. After participating several times as Evelyn, she is excited to be part of the NYMF full production of CLONED!. Other mentionables: Lead singer for MISS BABS & the Kickin’ Boogie Band (Lincoln Center’s Midsummer Night Swing, etc). Hoot 'n holler with 'em at Rodeo Bar NYC. . Good Home Cookin CD; Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show (2x’s); Onion News, Country Stars Challenge Al-Qaeda; College Humor (17x’s); Musicals Tonight (2x’s), Always Patsy Cline (Louise), Urban Cowboy (Aunt Corrine), All Shook Up (Matilda Hyde), Gypsy (Electra/Cratchett). Long list of film, musical/dramatic theater, commercials. Babs is also The Space Tamer, a gifted professional organizer. Thank you, Rodney, for your concessions to support my obsessions!,

Tom Wojtunik (Director)

NYMF: The Groove Factory. Tom is former Artistic Director of the Astoria Performing Arts Center (APAC), where he directed Allegro, Blood Brothers, The Secret Garden, Love Trapezoid (workshop), The Human Comedy, Children of Eden (NY IT Award, Outstanding Musical), The Pillowman, Ragtime, and Proof. Other NY credits: The Secret Catcher (Ensemble Studio Theatre); It Is Done (22Q Entertainment/Mean Fiddler); The Play About the Naked Guy, Edenville (NY IT Award Nomination for Best Director, Emerging Artists Theatre); Grease 3: Threase (UCB/The Pit); The Miss Education of Jenna Bush (FringeNYC, Best Solo Show & Audience Favorite); Bright Lights, Big City (Marymount Manhattan College); The Who’s Tommy; Man of La Mancha; Urinetown (NY IT Award, Outstanding Musical); Take Me Out (Gallery Players); I’m In Love With Your Wife (Midtown International Theatre Festival). Tom is a member of the LCT Directors’ Lab, the Ensemble Studio Theatre, and Emerging Artists Theatre. BFA: Marymount Manhattan College. SDC Member.

Ryan Kasprzak (Choreographer)

Ryan is excited to be back at NYMF where last season he choreographed Volleygirls (Best of Fest). Nat’l Tours: Billy Elliot (Associate Resident Choreographer/Dance Captain), Fosse (Dance Captain). TV: NBC’s Smash (Asst. Choreographer), Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance, commercials for Hershey’s, White House Black Market, Sun Drop. Ryan creates new work with multi Drama Desk Award nominated Parallel Exit: Physical Comedy Theater. Their production of This Way, That Way prompted the NY Times to say Kasprzak “can get laughs simply by breathing” and their comic tap musical Time Step has been seen at the New Victory Theater, Joyce SoHo, Lincoln Center Institute and Cos Festival in Spain. Their show Exit Stage Left was presented at the Queens Theater and is currently playing variety theaters throughout Germany. Resident faculty at The Performing Arts Project. Guest artist and alumnus of Marymount Manhattan College. Love and gratitude to LL, Family, Ellenore, and MSA.

Julianne Merrill (Musical Director)

Originally from Indianapolis, Julianne currently lives and works in NYC as a music director and pianist. Recent projects include A Man of No Importance and Parade at The Gallery Players, Blood Brothers and Allegro at Astoria Performing Arts Center, City of Angels, Songs for a New World, and Marvelous Wonderettes at Festival 56, and Mother Divine at NYMF 2013. ​Much love to Megan!

Jason Simms (Scenic Design)

New York Productions include Urge for Going (The Public Theater), The Bad Guys (Second Stage Uptown), A Bright New Boise and After (Partial Comfort Productions), American Treasure and Melancholy Play (13P), and Grimly Handsome (Incubator Arts). His regional credits include The Whale (Denver Center Theatre Company), Be A Good Little Widow (The Old Globe, San Diego), 4000 Miles (Philadelphia Theatre Company), Venus in Fur, (Philadelphia Theatre Company and George St. Playhouse), Dutch Masters and The Puppetmaster of Lodz (Berkshire Theatre Group), and The Loudest Man On Earth (TheatreWorks, Silicon Valley). BFA: Cornish College of the Arts, MFA: Tisch, NYU.

Amanda Shafran (Costume Design)

Amanda Shafran is a theatrical designer and stylist for theater, opera, dance, film, and corporate venues. Recent Theater: I Am The Wind (59E59) Carcass (HERE Arts Center) The Balcony (Horizon Theater Rep) A Dybbuk (QC Theater). Dance and Opera: Nocturnes for Ancestors (The Joyce, Jose Limon Dance Co.) Even Here (Sean Curran Company), Acteon (The Kennedy Center), The Telephone (The Alchemical Theater) Oh Sleep Why Dost Thou Leave Me (Second Avenue Dance Company). Film: #Gymshorts, Coconut Grove, Mysteries at the Manor (Assistant). Upcoming: Tiffany & Co (Corporate Design Consultant), Dream’d In a Dream at BAM Next Wave Festival 2015 (Sean Curran Company.) MFA: NYU, Tisch School of the Arts.

David Bizzaro (Puppet Design)

David Bizzaro is an Animation Art Director, Puppeteer, and Puppet Designer. Working with The Flaming Lips, Steve Burns, and other hyper creative clients, he is a fan of working on the weird, the wacky, and the strange. He moved to NYC from OKC in 2013. Since then he has furthered his puppetry skills through education with Michael Schupbach at Puppet Kitchen, and David Fino from the Brooklyn Puppet Conspiracy.

David Goldstein (Lighting Design)

Happy to be back with NYMF for his 5th Season, and 11th NYMF project. This year, he is represented by Der Gelbe Stern, CLONED!, Rescue Rue, and Deployed! PREVIOUS NYMF: The Water Dream, 2013. Riley Thomas Looking Forward, 2013. The Pirates of Finance, 2013. Gary Goldfarb: Master Escapist, 2013. STUCK, 2012. Ghostlight, 2011. The Most Ridiculous Thing You’ve Ever Hoid, 2010. NYC: Wearing Black, Kraine Theatre. MISS K!M, 45th Street Theatre. Jack and the Beanstalk, New Acting Co. Apollo and Daphne, Riverside Church. Assisted David Korins (BWY: Pee Wee Herman Show, Chinglish, Godspell). REGIONAL: NCStage Company (Stalking the Bogeyman, upcoming Off-bwy), Cohoes Music Hall (Hello Dolly, Five Guys Named Moe, My One and Only, Les Miserables), West Virginia Public Theatre (9 to 5, Anything Goes, All Shook Up), Allenberry Playhouse (Smokey Joes Café, The 39 Steps). LA: West Side Story, ELEVATOR (Hudson Theatre), Boomermania!, Silent Roar (El Portal Theatre). Its Top Secret!, Noho Arts Center. The Playground, MET Theatre. Rocky Horror Show, Underground Theatre. Batboy, Whitefire Theatre. Frankie and Johnny, Santa Monica Playhouse

Stephen Tyler Davis (Props Design)

While not being crafty and building props, Stephen is the author of plays, poetry, and two original musicals- Huckleberry Haywood (NYMF 2012) and Monkey Boogers! (NYC debut in May 2014.) He currently serves as Artistic Director for CitySalt Theatricals where he develops, produces, and directs new theatrical works. As a performer, he has seen the country with two national tours for TheatreWorks USA. Stephen earned his degree in Theatre and Creative Writing from the University of Alabama where he graduated with honors and was recently accepted into the MFA Theatre program at Sarah Lawrence College.

Henry Hernandez (Reeds)

Henry is thrilled to be playing his second NYMF show at this year’s festival. He has freelanced in over 60 musical productions in places like Rhode Island, Texas, New York and Beijing. Henry is a former Navy Bandsman and specializes in flutes, oboe, recorder, clarinets and saxes.

Peter Kuan (Trumpet)

Originally from Taiwan, Peter Kuan is a multigenre trumpeter, composer, and music educator. His musical theatre credits include A Chorus Line, Parade, Into the Woods, Fiorello!, Carousel, The Drowsy Chaperone, and now CLONED! In addition to musicals, he regularly performs symphonic and operatic music. Peter holds a doctorate degree from New York University.

Sam Wagner (Drums)

Sam Wagner aka Sammy Wags is an active performing and composing multi-instrumentalist. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Sam is an accomplished educator and the leader of the critically acclaimed Afrobeat/Jazz group; The Brighton Beat. Sam’s playing is featured on the records of many successful touring artists, and examples of his recording/production work has been featured on commercial and independent radio, network television, and large market video game releases.

Katherine K. White (Stage Manager)

Katherine K. White is a Stage Manager and Props Designer based in NYC. She is super happy to be joining the CLONED! team for the second time after managing the NYMF reading last year. Her most recent work includes The Bardy Bunch (Off Bway- ASM), Les Dialogues de Carmelites (Queens College Opera- PSM), This Prison Where I Live (Titan Theater Co. -PSM), Pilobolus Dance Theater (Props), Allegro (APAC-Props), The Cottage (APAC-Props). Katie is the resident prop designer for A Drinking Game NYC, which you should check out on Facebook.

Erica Palmer (Assistant Stage Manager)

Erica is thrilled to be a part of this production of CLONED! She is a recent graduate of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she studied both theatre and psychology. She most recently served as the production stage manager for Jeremy Richter and Ron Scott’s original piece Changing Game, which was a semi-finalist in the Strawberry One Act Festival. Other theatre credits include: Just a Little Magic (SM), This Wide Night (ASM) The Giver and If Only the Lonely Were Home (ASM), and Am I Blue? (ASM). Erica gives her undying gratitude to her friends and family for all the love and support along her journey!

Maxwell Waters (Assistant Stage Manager)

Maxwell is excited to be working on CLONED! at NYMF!! A born and raised New Yorker, he is proud to be a part of this hilarious production! Past Credits include: A Bright Room Called Day (PSM for Vilde Chaya Coll.), Spring Pictures of the Floating World (SM for Peculiar Works), Bullet for Adolf (Deck Electrician & Automation New World Stages), Manna Hata (PSM for Peculiar Works) and The Bardy Bunch (PSM for Silverhair Productions). Additional thanks to: AW, BW, AS, EAS, TWL, JAS and KAM

Lindsay Levine (Casting Director)

Lindsay Levine, CSA- Current Casting Associate at Tara Rubin Casting-Broadway: Aladdin, Bullets Over Broadway, Scandalous, The Heiress, One Man Two Guvnors (US Casting), Ghost, Jersey Boys, Billy Elliot, Phantom of the Opera, Mary Poppins, Mamma Mia; The Public Theatre: Here Lies Love, Papermill Playhouse: Can Can, ART: The Shape She Makes, Yale Repertory Theatre, and numerous readings and workshops. Happy to be back at NYMF after working on Volleygirls (Best of Fest 2013).

Antonio Miniño (Publicist/Marketing Consultant)

Antonio Miniño is an award-winning performing artist and publicist with Kampfire PR, a full service Marketing and Public Relations agency founded by Katie Rosin. Together they have represented companies of all levels, genres and aesthetics in the Arts.

Fritz Brekeller (Production Manager)

Fritz Brekeller is thrilled to be a part of CLONED!. This marks his second NYMF show, having previously worked on The Groove Factory (2012), also directed by Mr. Wojtunik. He recently received a Daytime Emmy awards for his contributions to the Directing team for the short-lived online reboot of One Life to Live.

Heather Shields (Producer)

CLONED! is the fourth New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) production Heather has had the honor to produce. She was recently awarded her Masters Degree in Arts Administration from Columbia University. Heather is the co-founder and Executive Director of CitySalt Theatricals, a full service theatrical and event production company. Their projects have been seen everywhere from NYMF to 54 Below to your local synagogue. Favorite projects (apart from CLONED!) include Huckleberry Haywood, Shabbat and Showtunes, and Blue Plate Broadway, an annual children’s theater camp in Huntsville, Alabama.

Erin Moore (Associate Producer)

Erin Moore is the Executive Director at the Astoria Performing Arts Center and is a graduate of the Master of Arts program in Arts Administration at Teachers College, Columbia University, and completed her Bachelors degree in English at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has worked with theaters and performing arts organizations across New York City since 2011, including organizations such as the American Associates of the National Theatre, Lincoln Center Corporate Fund, Signature Theatre Company, and Second Stage Theatre. Her professional theatre career began over ten years ago in Los Angeles, where she has been a company member at organizations including Theatre West and the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum. CLONED! marks her second production with NYMF, following last year's concert, The Music Box.

Neal Kowalsky (Assistant Director)

SDC Associate Member; Credits include: Thieves (The Public), You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown (St. John’s University), The God Shaped Hole (OC-Centric Play Festival, Orange, CA), Papermill Theatre, Gallery Players, Manhattan Theatre Works, The Dirty Blondes, Chain Theatre, Thespian Productions, and Monarch Theatre. Assistant Credits: Next to Normal (SDC Observer - Salt Lake, UT), Galois (New Dramatists/2nd Stages), Punks' Carnival (The Signature), The Groove Factory (NYMF), Black Saucer II (F*it Club), Planet Connections, Kaye Playhouse, Second Generation, and Mac-Haydn Theatre. Upcoming: Assisting Victor Maog on Galois at New Ohio Theatre's Ice Factory. James Madison University Alum., @KoalaSpeaking.

Scott Stein (Associate Musical Director)

Scott Stein is thrilled to be participating in his first NYMF. Recent music directing credits include A Jury Line and Family Therapy at WVMTF. He plays keyboards / accordion on upcoming releases from Joanie Leeds and Jeremy Bass, conducts vocal groups HaZamir Manhattan and Uncommon Chord, and leads chamber-pop ensemble the Well Groomed Orchestra.

Felicity Lu-Hill (Intern)

Felicity is very excited to make her NYMF ASM debut in CLONED! Felicity was the Programming Intern at NYMF this past spring. She is currently a student at NYU where she is learning how to write and analyze literature.

Kim Roth (Intern)

Kim Roth is thrilled to be working on her first NYMF production. She'd like to thank Heather and the whole production team for their help in acclimating her to the backstage side of things. She will be attending Syracuse University in the fall for BFA MT.

Ellenore Scott (Associate Choreographer)

Ellenore Scott is a professional dancer and choreographer. As a performer, Ellenore appeared as Finalist and All-Star on So You Think You Can Dance and was a background dancer for Janet Jackson. She is the Artistic Director of ELSCO Dance Company in NYC and has choreographed numerous shows and music videos. This is her second year being Ryan Kasprzak's Associate for NYMF (Volleygirls: The Musical) and she couldn't be more excited! Go Team Choreo!

7/12/2014 - Talkin' Broadway - Cloned!

7/11/2014 - The New York Times - New York Musical Theater Festival Report: 'Cloned'

7/11/2014 - - NYMF Review: Cloned!

7/11/2014 - Theater in the Now - Review: Two Is Better Than One

06/30/2014 - BroadwayWorld - NYMF Announces 2014 Show Extensions - 'BAYONETS', CLINTON, CLONED! and More!

06/30/2014 - Theater in the Now - Spotlight On... Alex Goley

06/28/2014 - Theater in the Now - Spotlight On... Dan Wolpow

06/26/2014 - Theater in the Now - Spotlight On... Eric Mann

06/16/2014 - New York Innovative Theatre Awards - Spotlight On: Tom Wojtunik

06/10/2014 - - CLONED! Set for NYMF, 7/7-15