HANNAH LANG is a queer theatre-maker and historian living in Brooklyn. She is a recent graduate of St. John’s University, where she earned her M.A. in history after completing a B.A. in History with minors in Musical Theatre and Women’s and Gender Studies. She is most passionate about producing work that uplifts voices of marginalized communities in an honest and inventive way. She is particularly committed to queer/trans and feminist perspectives, and seeks to incorporate intersectionality into all of her work. She most recently assistant directed Molly Houlahan on Hypokrit’s R+J, and has interned at The New Victory Theater, New York Musical Festival, and Honest Accomplice Theatre.
LI KENNEDY is a Scottish NYC-based producer and theatre-marketer. Recent producing projects include Beloved/Departed (Linked Dance Theatre), Spaceman (Wild Project), Fuck Marry Kill (The New Ohio), KareHouse (Joe’s Pub), Sad Indie Love Song (Fridge Festival), Revel’s End: A Tempest Dance Party (Studio 501), and The Dudley’s! (HERE). Li is also a producing Resident at Musical Theatre Factory, Associate Producer of the Loading Dock Theatre’s Forklift reading Series, and served as Director of Marketing at the New York Musical Festival.
LAUREN MODIANO is a Brooklyn-based director and maker of theater and television. Recently, Lauren assistant-directed Inner Voices: Scaffolding (Premieres), served as the script supervisor for Live From Lincoln Center: Stars In Concert Series (PBS) and Great Performances: Uncle Vanya at Hunter College (PBS), and directed the workshop of Tenn, a new musical about the life of Tennessee Williams, for the ASCAP musical theater workshop. Lauren is a recent graduate of Yale University, where she double-majored in American Studies and Theater Studies.