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Dan Crane
Actor

Dan's acting roles include: Richard III, The Beaux Stratagem for the Shakespeare Theatre Company; Hamlet, As You Like It, Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Much Ado About Nothing, Amadeus, Macbeth and The Three Musketeers for the Idaho Shakespeare Festival; Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Hamlet, Talk Radio for Portland Center Stage. He earned an MFA in Classical Acting at the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University

 

 

 

David J. Loehr
Playwright / Sound Design

David is the artist in residence and co-founder of the Riverrun Theatre. He is primarily a writer. Plays written for Riverrun include: The Rough Guide to the Underworld, Keeper, What Song the Syrens Sang, Girl in Landscape, Penguins and contributions to RiverWords, an ongoing collection of monologues, songs and other short pieces.

Written on the afternoon of September 11, 2001, the one-act The Silence Between Lines of a Poem premiered at the Hanover College Theatre ten days later, with all proceeds going to charity.

Directing work includes Marion Bridge by Daniel MacIvor and his own Cross Purposes for Riverrun, and The Silence Between Lines of a Poem for the Hanover College Theatre.

He is a member of the Playwrights Center.

 

Joel David Santner
Director

Joel is a director and actor based in Washington, DC. His Washington directing credits include Assistant Director at the Folger Shakespeare Theatre for The School for Scandal and Fight Director for Breath, Boom at Studio Theatre. Other directing credits include The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck at Stage One Theatre, Louisville, KY; Speed The Plow, Fool For Love, Sexual Perversity in Chicago and The Secret Life of Clowns for Pet-Fish Theatre Co., Louisville, KY; Under Milk Wood for Riverrun Theatre Co., Madison, IN; Wait Until Dark, Fallen Angels, Enigma Variations for Shawnee Theatre, Bloomfield, IN; And They Dance Real Slow in Jackson for Spectrum Productions, Madison, IN; and Tone Clusters at the Blythe Theatre, Hanover, IN. He was trained at the Shakespeare Theatre Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University (MFA).

 

 

Amy Carr
Assistant Director / Costume Design

Assistant Directing credits: A Doctor in Spite of Himself, A Rehearsal at Versailles, Quality Feedback (Random Arts), Don Juan in Outer Space (Royal Corsican Theatre Co.). Directing credits: Nancy, to a Point (Strawberry One-Act Festival), The Waiting Room (Wonderland One-Act Festival), The Sword in the Stone (Ryan Repertory Co.). New York acting credits: Oscar Wilde's Salome (DM Theatrics), Seascape with Sharks and Dancer (Random Arts), Film is Evil: Radio is Good (Gemini CollisionWorks). Film: Macbeth (Third Lows Productions), Audition and Small Time (Behind the Rabbit Hole).

 

 

 

Kathleen Anderson
Stage Manager / Lighting Design

Kathleen is happy to be back working on the Fringe and even happier to be working on a production this time around! Favorite onstage projects include 13 Christs with Run of the Mill Theatre, Shel's Shorts with the Runabout Paste Eaters and Les Liaisons Dangereuses with Silver Spring Stage. Also a techie and arts administrator by trade, Kathleen has enjoyed working on both the China and Japan festivals at The Kennedy Center, along with stints at area theatres including the Folger Shakespeare Library, Imagination Stage and Theatre of the First Amendment. "I'd like to send out a big hug and thank you to every single one of my family and friends for their continued love and support, especially during the times when it's not the easiest thing in the world."

 

 

Dawn Ursula
Textual Consultant

Dawn earned her MFA from The Shakespeare Theatre’s Academy For Classical Acting at the George Washington University and her BA from The University of Virginia. She is a company member with both Everyman Theatre in Baltimore Maryland and Woolly Mammoth in Washington, DC. She’s also worked with The Young Playwright’s Theatre, Imagination Stage, The Kennedy Center, Rep Stage, African Continuum, Charter Theatre and others in readings, full productions and behind the scenes. Although Dawn’s main focus is stage productions she can be seen on HBO’s The Wire, PBS’ Prince Among Slaves and various industrial videos.

 

 

 


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