Aubrey Saverino is a New York based AEA/SAG-AFTRA actor, published playwright, director, teaching artist and graduate of The Old Globe/USD, where she received her MFA in Theatre. In addition to her graduate training, Aubrey received a BA in Theatre from Occidental College and has also studied abroad at The London Dramatic Academy. As an actor, Aubrey has performed on screen, and in classical, contemporary and world premiere productions Off-Broadway and around the country. Her writing credits include Dido & Aeneas (selected for Red Bull Theatre's 2015 Short Play Festival, published in 2017) and the pilot Monogamish (selected for IFP’s 2015 Film Week at Lincoln Center). She is a producer/co-creator of the award winning series "The Digressions". More info at www.aubreysaverino.com.
artistic Producer, Director of Apprentice Program
Brooke M. Haney is a New York based Actor/Director/Adapter/Teaching Artist whose work has been seen regionally in New York, Boston, Seattle and Kentucky, and Internationally in the Philippines. She has a passion for new play development, theatre in unique spaces, and collage theory. She loves to see visual art and theatre art come together to create something neither could come up with on their own. She is an Adjunct Professor of Acting at Marymount Manhattan College and has her MFA from the University of Central Florida. AEA,SAG/AFTRA - www.brookemhaney.com
Natalie Burutskaya is a New York based curator and photo artist, founder of RE:ARTISTE International Art Organization. The theme she’s most interested in as an artist is people’s life and social anthropology in such a megalopolis as New York. A hectic lifestyle of city inhabitants means surviving with giant architecture, noise pollution, high speed of decision making while still often remaining vulnerable. Many ‘city humans’ live with a sense of insecurity, with hidden desires, fragile moments of loneliness, fear, or happiness. It is especially true to women, men in their middle age, LGBTQ-people. People have to suppress their feelings in favor of career or security. As a curator, Natalie Burlutskaya has been exploring the notion of "social art" - the art that educates, informs, provokes thoughts and conversation, and evokes change. She has curated several international art exhibitions and special projects in collaboration with theater.
Brooke M. Haney, Natalie Burlutskaya and Aubrey Saverino at the 2017 Barton Booth residency on Governors Island. Photo by Anna Nicole.