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Charlotte Drover is a director, choreographer, and teaching artist (Lookingglass, Northlight Theatre), working in Chicago since 2013 after graduating from Drew University with a BA in Theatre Arts. Directing credits include: DEATHSCRIBE X (WildClaw Theatre), VENUS IN FUR (Circle Theatre), VAN GOGH: AFTER DARK (Art Institute Chicago), Associate Director on OCTAGON (Jackalope Theatre), and choreography for BOBBY PIN GIRLS (Nothing Without A Company), THE AFTER (Collaboraction), JERUSALEM (Profiles Theatre), and the Chicago Home Theatre Festival - Garfield Park.
Airos Sung-En Medill (they/them/theirs) is a theatre director, Equity Diversity and Inclusion facilitator and a teaching artist. They work to make space for QTPOC, centering them in the stories they tell; moving bodies in space as a means to heal. They work to change the world around them by gathering family, infusing spaces with joy, breath, and imagination. They are currently a company member at For Youth Inquiry(FYI), a teaching artist with the Goodman, and an Adult Educator for ICAH.
Dani Wieder is a director of movement and object driven performance in Chicago. Recent theater credits include La Ronde (American Theatre Company, CORE), Josephine the Mouse Singer by Franz Kafka (Curious Theatre Branch, Rhinofest), Look Down, Keep Counting (The Runaways), MILEY CYRUS IS STILL TWERKING, OR I KNOW YOU (Women’s Theatre Alliance), Miss Julie, and All choiceless She (University of Chicago). Dani has assistant directed and dramaturged plays across Chicago at theaters such as at The Goodman Theatre, American Theater Company, Walkabout Theatre Company, Steep Theatre Company, the House Theatre, and Court Theatre. She studied Theater and Performance Studies and Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Chicago, where she was granted the 2016 Performance Studies Award for her critical writings on the performer-spectator relationship. Coming up: IN THE CANYON by Calamity West (dramaturg, Jackalope Theatre), COOL FOR FIVE SECONDS by Calamity West (director, short film). www.daniwieder.com