Olivia has had her productions produces all arounf the world, read more
Jim's humorous comedies have won several of the annual “Ten by Ten” competitions, sponsored by Scriptwriters/Houston. His stage plays have been produced at Stages, Main Street Theater, and Theatre Southwest in Houston, Texas.
Jim’s comedy, LIFE ISN’T VERY EASY, was a national finalist for the 2005 “Heideman Award, read more
T. James Belich is an author and playwright who has written more than two dozen plays, which have seen hundreds of productions across the United States and around the world. A longtime actor, his favorite roles include Father Flynn in Doubt, a Parable and Sergeant Trotter in The Mousetrap. He premiered his one-man physics show Schroumldinger's Cat Must Die! at the Minnesota Fringe Festival. read more
Celeste Bonfanti has been actively involved in community theatre, both in New Jersey and Northern England, for over thirty years, performing, directing and interpreting performances for deaf audience members. Celeste has co-founded three youth theatres and her plays have been performed by schools, youth and community groups in both the US and UK. She is currently a teacher of deaf and hard of hearing students in Burlington County, New Jersey. read more
Martin R. Collin is the former English Department Chairman and Theatre Director at Saint James School, in Hagerstown, Maryland. He taught at Saint James for over 25 years (and before that at The Kildonan School, in Amenia, New York and before that at the University of Maryland-College Park) and has directed over 120 plays. He is currently teaching mandolin and guitar at The Front Porch, a roots and folk music school, in Charlottesville, read more
Steve Cross is a freelance writer and retired educator with over 30 years experience. He has seen all sides of drama from the viewpoints of actor, director, writer, and the audience. He has published eight plays, four novels, and several nonfiction articles. He lives in Poplar Bluff, MO, with his wife Jean where he is enjoying retirement and teaching part-time for the local community college.
Selected Play Credits: Hothouse, read more