Steven Hauck appeared on Broadway opposite Tovah Feldshuh in Irena's Vow. Off-Broadway credits include Screwtape in The Screwtape Letters and new plays with Playwrights Realm, the Directors Company, Invictus Theatre, Emerging Artists (company member), the York, NYMF, FringeNYC and the Young Playwrights Festival at the Cherry Lane. Steven toured in Phantom to Paris, Berlin and Vienna and appeared in Clytemnestra adapted and directed by Tadashi Suzuki. Regional favorites have been Death of a Salesman directed by Ethan McSweeny (UDel REP), Art (Geva), Cyrano (Milwaukee Rep), La Bete (Two River Theater) and How I Learned to Drive (Tennessee Rep). Film: “Confessions of a Shopaholic,” “Almost Perfect” opposite Roger Reese and “You Can't Have it All” with Wendie Malick. TV highlights: “Delocated,” “Law & Order CI,” “All My Children.” M.F.A., University of Delaware.

Chad Hoeppner – Broadway: Come Back Little Sheba, Butley. Off-Broadway: The Glass Cage (The Mint Theater), Richard III (Classic Stage Company), The Three Musketeers, Macbeth (The Acting Company). Other New York credits: Cornfield (Baryshnikov Arts Center), Drinking Ink (92nd Street Y), As You Like It (NYSF), Scituate (TBG), The Book Play (Fringe 2007). International: Joan D'ark (Linz '09 – European Capital of Culture / Goodman Theatre). Regional: Molly Sweeney (Chester Theatre Company), The Woman in Black (Idaho Shakespeare Festival) Midsummer Night's Dream, Skin of Our Teeth (Chautauqua Theatre Company). Workshops / readings: NYSAF, Studio Dante, MTC, NYTW, Guthrie Theater, EST, Lark. TV: Law and Order: SVU, General Hospital. MFA: NYU. BA: Colorado College.

NY: w/Target Margin: The Really Big Once; Dinner Party; Strictly Dishonorable; The Seagull – dir/David Herskovits. w/Talking Band: Walk Across America for Mother Earth, Painted Snake On A Painted Chair; Belize; Imminence; New Islands Archipelago; The Age of Iron (CSC/dir.Kulick), Stunning (Lincoln Center) The Tempest (w/Mandy Patinkin), Henry V (NYSF:w/Liev Schrieber), Therese Raquin (dir/David Esbjornson), The Fourth Sister (Vineyard/dir. Lisa Peterson), Jimmy Carter Was A Democrat (dir/Michael Sexton), Samuel's Major Problems (dir/Richard Foreman), McGurk (Elevator Repair Service). Regional: The Lovesong of J. Robert Oppenheimer (dir/Mark Wing-Davey). TV: The Venture Brothers (Dr. Orpheus).

Playwright Sheila Schwartz's long career devoted to parallel research obsessions and graduate academic projects connect film and propaganda, European history and philosophy of law, and overlap her life as a long-time film and theater fan. Her investigating the literature of WWII, and interviewing soldiers, spies and witnesses culminates in the fusion of theater, film, and history that is Spy Garbo. Sheila's upcoming projects include a play about Ruth Draper and Gertrude Berg entitled Duet for Solo Voices.

Kevin Cunningham is an award-winning writer, director, designer, producer and entrepreneur based in New York City. Throughout his 30-year career he has authored, designed and directed many multidisciplinary artworks, including a new collaboration with Chuck Mee, entitled, Paris Orgy. Over the last 10 years he has focused on large scale live multimedia performance and experimental interactive work, receiving selection for the USITT American Pavilion at the Prague Quadrennial, the premier international exhibit for performance design, and the 2007 American Theater Wing Hewes Design Award for Production Design of Losing Something. He is the founder and Executive Artistic Director of 3- Legged Dog.

Diane Morrison has been a leader in the nonprofit theatrical community in New York for the past fifteen years most recently serving as Executive Director of the Laura Pels Foundation from April 2001 to January 2007. Prior to holding that position she was Board Chair of the Signature Theatre Company during its formative years from 1993-2001; and, was a member of Theatre Communications Group's, National Council for the American Theatre 2000-2001. She is on the newly formed Drama Council of The Juilliard School. In the private sector, she was a founding partner of Schiffman, Ekman, Morrison & Marx a leading talent agency representing actors for work in TV commercials from 1987-2000. She holds a BA in Communications from Ohio University and a MA from Columbia University in East Asian Studies.

Aaron Louis is the Producing Director at 3LD Art & Technology Center. Recent credits include 3LD's co-production with The Public Theater of THE HUMAN SCALE, by Pulitzer Prize winning Lawrence Wright, directed by Oskar Eustis, which opened in the 2010 NEW YORKER FESTIVAL. Other credits include 3LD's video design and installation in The Modern Woman gallery at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the off-Broadway run of Marielle Heller's THE DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL, with associate producers New Georges and The Essentials. Aaron is also the author of a number of books including the 2003 novel, THINGS THAT HANG FROM TREES and the 2006 Aviles Street Productions screenplay adaptation. The film premiered at the MoMA/Lincoln Center in New Directors/New Films and won “Best Film” in Corto Imola International Film Festival (Bologna, Italy) and “Best American Independent” in Troia International Film Festival. (Lisbon, Portugal). The film received nationwide distribution by Radio London Films in 2007.

Since studying at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Kate Moran has worked with such notable theatre directors as Michael Counts, Jim Findlay, Pascal Rambert, Bob McGrath, Yves Noel Genod and Jan Fabre, to name a few of her favorites. At 3LD, she appeared in Chuck Mee's Fire Island directed by Kevin Cunningham. She continues to work in New York and Paris, as well as spending time touring in Japan and around the world. In film, she can most recently be seen in Christophe Honore's Homme au Bain and Gilles Paquet-Brenner's Sarah's Key, among others. Next up, she is working on an opera at Lincoln Center directed by Michael Counts, on the first feature film of french director Yann Gonzalez and as Tippi Hedren in belgian director Claude Schmidt's piece inspired by Hitchcock's The Birds, currently titled Melanie Daniels.

Broadway: Production Assistant for Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Also National Tour) Off-B'way: Paradox of the Urban Cliché (LAByrinth Theater Company) Angela's Mixtape, God's Ear (Vineyard and New Georges), Save the World (Roundtable Ensemble), The Green Girl, The Gabriels (SPF) Walls (NY Fringe Festival) The Learned Ladies, The Greeks, Her Majesty the King, Alternative Methods Regional: BATCH: An American Bachelor/ette Party Spectacle, Nine Parts of Desire, Tuna Christmas, Dracula, Uncle Sam Satiric Spectacular, Ten to Grow On, Moot the Messenger (Actors Theatre Of Louisville), Gee's Bend (Hartford Stage) Bello is Back, and Dance On (Big Apple Circus) Education: Brooklyn College. Proud member of AEA. Danielle would also like to thank the endless support from Steve and both her Flos.

Previous credits include Love in the Time of Channukah (Ars Nova ANTFest) Limbo Tales (Todd Mountain Theater Project), The Book of Grace (The Public Theater), DOT (Clubbed Thumb), Whatever Man (NY Music Theater Festival), Camelot, Jim Henson's Emmet Otter (Goodspeed Musicals), Run For Your Wife, The Syringa Tree (Millbrook Playhouse), and three seasons at Actors Theatre of Louisville (favorites include Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Great Falls, A Raisin in the Sun, and Brink!). Mary originally hails from Chicago and holds a B.A. in Theater/Communications from St. Norbert College. Love and thanks to family and friends!

Katherine M. Carter (Director) New York (selected); Bite the Apple and Madame Bovary (The Directors Company), Darwin and Fitzroy (The Actors Studio), 7:32 (The Bridge Theatre), A Midsummer Nights Dream (The Secret Theatre), Madame Bovary, The Rose Gardner, and Ave of the Americas (The Tank), Uncommon Women and Others (Marymount Manhattan), and Twelfth Night (Socrates Park). Regional: Once Upon A Mattress (Stagedoor Manor), and For Better (Pioneer Playhouse). Assistant to John Basil, Robert Moss, and BT McNicholl. Alumni of Directors Lab Chicago and the Hangar Lab Company.

Recent credits include: Milk (New Georges, HERE Arts Center), The Diary of a Teenage Girl (3LD), The Duchess of Malfi (Red Bull Theater), How to be a Good Italian Daughter (Cherry Lane), F#@king Up Everything (NYMF), My Illustrious Wasteland (NYMF), Into the Hazard (Henry 5) (Walkerspace), In Security (3LD), Stormy Weather (Pasadena Playhouse), The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall (Theatre Row/Stage 13), To Paint the Earth (NYMF), SA KA LA (45 Bleecker/Oslo Elsewhere), Jeffrey Hatcher's Murderers (Emelin), The Piper (NYMF), Surface to Air (Symphony Space), The Polish Play (Walkerspace), Behind the Limelight (NYMF), Rosmersholm and deathvariations (59E59), Jeff Daniels' Apartment 3A, The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde (NYMF). Lisa has also been on staff at Symphony Space, Manhattan Theatre Club, The New 42nd Street, Symphony Space, American Repertory Theatre and New York Stage & Film. Lisa is the Midtown International Theatre Festival's senior artistic director of plays, and the general manager for National Alliance for Musical Theatre's Festival of New Musicals.

Karina Martins is a New York based producer, manager, and designer. She currently works as the Company Manager of 3LD Art & Technology Center and is a co-founder / Producing Director of Fresh Ground Pepper (FGP NYC INC)- a non-profit arts organization run out of Brooklyn. She has stage managed and curated events in over a dozen venues in New York City including Madison Square Garden, The Skirball Center for the Arts, The Irondale Center and Cherry Lane Theater. Karina received a BFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts where she studied directing and design at Playwrights Horizons Theater School. Last summer she produced the New York premiere of AynRand's IDEAL at 59E59 St Theaters.

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Emerging from a background in traditional graphic design, Aaron has diversified over the past several years, working in many areas of media design; 3D modeling and animation for film, television and architectural projects; visual effects design; video and sound editing; interactive website design and video design. He currently specializes in video design for multimedia shows, installations, and theater projects. Credits include: projection and sound design for Red Bull on the multimedia show Trialog at Hangar 7 in Austria, special effects design for New Line Cinema on the documentary Source of Pride, video & production design for four successful workshop productions of Haruki Murakami's The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle at 3LD (New York), Morishita Studios (Tokyo) and The Asia Society (New York), video design for Rods and Cables at 3LD, Radiohole's Whatever Heaven Allows at PS122, The Walker Arts Center (Minneapolis) and The Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh), The Public Theater's The Human Scale at Joe's Pub and 3LD, The Ohio Theater's Nostradamus Predicts the Death of Soho, Yin Mei's A Scent of Time (Beijing) and the American Woman exhibition for the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Jeff creates graphics, video, interactive systems and websites for live performances, public art projects and museum exhibits. He holds a Master's degree from New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) and recently received a professional Certificate in Conservation and Environmental Sustainability from the Center for Environmental Research and Conservation (CERC) at Columbia University. In addition to recent systems and motion graphics work on ‘American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, he has designed, shot and edited video and programmed software for several productions by 3-Legged Dog including ‘Fire Island’, ‘Losing Something’, ‘Plutón’, ‘The Curse of the Mystic Renaldo’, ‘Degeneracy’ and ‘Accidental Records’. He has been a long-time collaborator and video systems designer with The Builders Association, having designed for and toured ‘Xtravaganza’, ‘Alladeen’ and ‘Super Vision’. He also produced a short public art piece, ‘Snowday’, for Creative Time in Grand Central Terminal (2002). Other collaborations include video and/or interactive installation projects with Peter Norrman/NOMO (‘SCAN’, AudioVision Festival / EU Capital of Culture 08 in Liverpool, 2008), Diamanda Galás (‘Defixiones’, 2005), Tanya Selvaratnam (‘Remind Me’, Lincoln Center Festival, 2004), Holly Twining (media design for the performance company ‘delicious biscuit’, 1995-2003) and GMHC (‘AIDS: A Living Archive’ the Museum of the City of New York, 2001).

Peter is a media designer, filmmaker and photographer. He works across a growing variety of disciplines encompassing the still and moving image, including multi-screen design; video and projection design for exhibitions, architecture and performance; documentary film production; and still photography.

Recent projects have included: a collaboration with artist and musician David Byrne to produce 6 films for the song-cycle Here Lies Love; a short documentary about the life of renowned photographer Harold Feinstein; and projection design for Magnum Photos in New York. Norrman is currently in production of a multi-screen installation in the UK on the topic of 'Northerness'. Other recent work includes: the creation of a cube installation with Anders Birgersson for the Re:Public Photo Festival in Stockholm in 2009, which experimented with new forms of presenting documentary still photography work; and the large scale site-specific video project SCAN, produced as an invited artist for Culture of Capital celebration in Liverpool in 2008. Norrman created all the media (4 interactive kiosks, a real-time manipulated slide show, a permanent video installation) in collaboration with Pelle Kronestedt for the High Coast Museum in Sweden, which was designed by the renowned architect firm White. He has designed commercial video installations for Lyn Rice Architects (Catwalk, Bellevue Arts Museum), created video for the music / video / media project Alladeen in collaboration with the London based artist organisation motiroti. He has also collaborated with the cross-media group The Builders Association on media projects including Xtravaganza and Invisible Cities (a public arts project).

Additional collaborators and clients include Diller, Scofidio & Renfro, Re:Public, AP Fastigheter, German Consulate in NYC, Västernorrlands Länstyrelse, SVT, 3LD, Orient Express, Claudine Boeglin, Walter P. Sauer, The Childrens Defense Fund, E*TRADE, H&M, HABIT, DN, Sonic, and HFDP Design. He received and Honorable Mention in the Environments Category Award for I.D Magazine Annual Design Review 2004 for his media design work, and was the recipient of the prestigious Aurora Independent Film and Video Award in 2005.

Neal Wilkinson (Set Design) Neal has been the production manager and member of the design team of the Builders Association since 2003, co-designing their last production, Continuous City, and will co-design their next, Road Trip, which will premiere at the Wexner Center for the Arts in fall of this year. In addition to working with the Builders, Neal worked extensively with writer/director Richard Maxwell 1999-2003 and was the resident set designer of the AndHow Theater Company from 2003 until their dissolution in 2009. Most recently, Neal designed the set for Edward Einhorn's adaptation of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? which premiered in Studio B of 3LD last fall. Neal is also a writer and director of his own theater work, which can be explored at

Recent sets and/or costumes: After The Revolution (Playwrights Horizons),Angels in America (Signature), Puss in Boots (Tectonic/New Victory), Ruined (OSF), Winter's Tale (NYSF/Public), When The Rain Stops Falling (Lincoln Center Theater),  The Temperamentals (New World Stages), The Good Negro(Public). NY: Second Stage, New York Theater Workshop, Culture Project, Foundry, Ma-Yi, Women's Project, New Georges, Red Bull, Clubbed Thumb, others. Regional: A.R.T, Guthrie, Alliance, La Jolla, Berkeley, Huntington, CalShakes, Oregon Shakespeare, Folger, Asolo, CenterStage, Kansas City Rep, Dallas Theater Center, Denver Center, Williamstown, others. Honors : 2010 Lucille Lortel award, 2009 TDF Irene Sharaff award, 2007 & 2009 ATW Henry Hewes award, 2008 & 2010 Drama Desk nominations.

Laura's Select Design Credits include: I Write the Songs: Art by Suzanne Bocanegra (Tang Museum NY); 5 Songs: an art exhibit by artist Martin Kersels (Whitney Biennial 2010 NY), AH! Opera No-Opera: an interactive, Multi-media performance (REDCAT LA), Rememberer: All the Threads (Experimental Art, Music, Performance @ Judson Church NY), The Dig; an archeological exhibit (Governors Island NY), Diary of a Teenage Girl (3LD NY), The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (Ohio Theater, NY), Coffee Will Make You Black (The Celebration Theater LA), Dirty Mean Tricks (Unknown Theater LA), Ovation Award Winning Abandon (La Mama Etc. NY). Laura is currently the Associate Lighting Designer for The Builder's Association and is the Co-Artistic Director and a Founding Member of Blank-the-Dog productions.

A sound engineer for over 2 decades. Designing for theater and developing iPad projects are among his current focuses. Years of work in the music industry has garnered him 4 Grammy awards. During those years he was in the studio with talents like Ricky Martin, Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, Los Amigos Invisibles, and many other latin pop artists. Earlier, in Venezuela, he worked in the performing arts, recording live opera, philharmonic orchestras, doing sound for dance and ballet companies. He has done several projects at 3LD, including “The Diary of a Teenage Girl” by Marielle Heller, “Rods & Cables” by Allison Keating, “Frequency Hopping” by Elyse Singer.

Aldo Perez, a fixture in the downtown NYC music and theater scene is a guitarist, composer, actor, and theater artist with degrees from CUNY in music and philosophy who creates music for theater, film and the gaming industry. Perez began creating the character Renaldo The with playwright Will Eno during his 1998 to 2000 residency at Ensemble Studio Theater's Black Lab led by Kurt Dempster.

In 2001 he began working with 3 Legged Dog Art and Technology Center as a composer, actor and sound designer where he composed music for and acted in Degeneracy and Losing Something by Kevin Cunningham. In 2007 3-Legged Dog produced his own work The Curse Of The Mystic Renaldo The, which was called “Marvelously Odd” and received 5 stars by Time Out and was honored as “best Musical of 2007” by The Gothamist.

In 2007 Perez formed TheaterTHE with performer Jenny Lee Mitchell, a multi-disciplinary performance collective which has since produced various pieces including: The Shrine, a multimedia installation piece and Radio Purgatory, which had its premiere in 2010 at Dixon Place NYC. Perez also fronts indie art rock band The Renaldo The Ensemble, which serves as TheaterTHE's live orchestra. Perez won “best score” for his work on Tatsushi Tahara's short film Corridors Of Echoes at The 2009 Tregor Film Festival in Lannion, France.

He has studied privately with composer John Corigliano and guitar masters Jorge Morel, Julio Prol and Tuck Andress.

Piama is a Brooklyn-based new media designer. She has completed the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU / Tisch School of the Arts, and has a BFA in industrial and communication design from Carnegie Mellon University and Les Ateliers / ENSCI in Paris, France. Her masters thesis focused on a one-man show, Koranic Fatigue, depicting the various faces of Islam. Current projects: design for Spy Garbo, producing director of the claque, an adaptive theater and film production company, video design for multimedia theater (Fire Island at 3LD,Rods and Cables at 3LD, The Diary of a Teenage Girl at 3LD, Radio Purgatory by Theater The presented at Dixon Place and ISPA 2011), producer and director of short films, See ZEE, Let Me Know and Acoustic Kitty, and video artist for a complex process of documenting Brooklyn neighborhoods, characters, and culture.

is a multimedia director and designer for live multimedia performances. He holds an MFA at Brooklyn College for Performance and Interactive Media Arts. He has directed at Andy's Summer Playhouse for two years (Donkey Xote 2009, Dick Tracy 2010), and is in the workshop stages of his newest original work THE PROJECTIONIST (Powerhouse Theater, Summer 2010) As a video systems designer, Jared has programmed video systems for performances by Caden Manson's Big Art Group (FLESH TONE, SOS, THE SLEEP, CITYRAMA) and Rob Roth (Screen Test). He currently is designing The Glass Menagerie (Arena Stage, DC) for the Tennessee Williams Centenniel. Jared also teaches multimedia courses at NYU's Playwrights Horizons and the Performance and Interactive Media Arts MFA program at Brooklyn College..