Arif Silverman (Writer/Performer)  is a native New Yorker and graduate of Oberlin College where he studied Theater. His first one man show  Nolie Min Tangible  has been performed at the Dixon Place Lounge, the Grafton Correctional Facility, and Oberlin College. Other recent acting credits include  Much Ado About Nothing  (The Juneberry Collective),  Twelfth Night  (The Drilling Company),  Old Turtle and the Broken Truth  (Rebel Playhouse),  A Midsummer Night’s Dream  (Fools and Kings),  The Tempest  (New Art Theater),  An Octoroon  (Dobama Theater),  Romeo and Juliet  (The New Euripides),  Treasure in NYC  (Kaiser’s Room),  Spirits to Enforce  (Cleveland Public Theater), and  The Bacchae  (Edinburgh Fringe Festival) .    

 

Arif Silverman (Writer/Performer) is a native New Yorker and graduate of Oberlin College where he studied Theater. His first one man show Nolie Min Tangible has been performed at the Dixon Place Lounge, the Grafton Correctional Facility, and Oberlin College. Other recent acting credits include Much Ado About Nothing (The Juneberry Collective), Twelfth Night (The Drilling Company), Old Turtle and the Broken Truth (Rebel Playhouse), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Fools and Kings), The Tempest (New Art Theater), An Octoroon (Dobama Theater), Romeo and Juliet (The New Euripides), Treasure in NYC (Kaiser’s Room), Spirits to Enforce (Cleveland Public Theater), and The Bacchae (Edinburgh Fringe Festival).

 

Susanna Wolk (Director) graduated from Harvard in 2014 where she studied English and Theater. Since moving to NYC she has worked on the Broadway productions of Significant OtherWaitress, and Finding Neverland, and assisted on productions at Second Stage, MCC, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and American Repertory Theater. Her work as a director has been seen at A.R.T.’s Loeb Mainstage, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Club OBERON, Ugly Rhino, 54 Below, Don’t Tell Mama, and more. Associate Director of Ragtime on Ellis Island.