...(Bevin Kelley) is an electronic musician/multimedia composer. Her performances are narrative, incorporating live interactive electronic sound, manipulated field recordings, and costume. She has released solo albums on the Aagoo, Deluxe, Praemedia, and Phthalo solo and many more in collaboration. Bevin/Blevin performs in the duo Blectum From Blechdom with composer Kristin Erickson; in several new projects with other musicians, writers, artists a performers; and formerly in the audio/visual band Sagan. She is currently working on a multimedia piece titled Solar Rattle, for multimedia and electronics based on Reza Negare's work of horror fiction / speculative theology titled Cyclonopedia.
...is a playwright.
...is an artist, writer, and educator based in Providence. She makes drawings (about places, objects (about communicating), and is experimenting with interactive set pieces for performance. She has honed crafts in the woods of Maine and North Carolina, been a resident artist on North coast of Iceland, been locked in a gallery in Amsterdam, and collaborated on projects with strangers and friends in the US and Europe. Locally, she is attempting to change the rules of public education, and sometimes designs costumes for adult and children's theater.
...is a playwright, theatre practitioner and interdisciplinary artist from Boston, MA. He recently completed an MFA at Brown University.
...has had work produced at the Sundance Theater Lab, Dodger Stages, New Georges’, the Culture Project Main Stage, 59E59, hERE Arts Center, and the Stella Adler Theater in Los Angeles. He co-created and co-starred in the Drama Desk Award winning Christine Jorge Reveals, which has been presented at various venues around the world. He also writes about politics for the Foreign Policy Association and Foreign Policy in Focus.
...is an interdisciplinary performance artist and founding member of Awesome Collective, who recently completed her MFA in Playwriting at Brown University. She has collaborated on short film, installation and music projects throughout the U.S., England, Poland, France, Italy, Slovakia, and Hong Kong. She is a 2011–12 Jerome Fellow in Playwriting and currently resides in Minneapolis.
...received his Masters of Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2010, with a degree project focused on the space of musical practice and ideas of community-centered performance. He worked as an educator with DownCity Design in addition to pursuising freelance projects. Joshua used to play with the Extraordinary Rendition Band, a Providence-based brass band that supports local causes as a means of raising community awareness and involvement, before he moved to Chicago, where he currently resides.
Ronald K. Lewis
...was born in Jacksonville, FL. He has been studying and teaching theater for 11 years and is currently working on an AFA degree in theatre to be completed in the Spring of 2012 at the Community College of Rhode Island. Ronald is a lover of the arts and is interested in movement, dance, and the visual arts.
...is a Providence, RI-based playwright from New York. She is an Associate Artist at Sleep Weazel Inc and a founding member of Awesome Collective. Her work has been performed at Perishable Theatre, Wheaton College, Firehouse 13, and various bars. She earned her BA English from Wheaton College (MA), is currently completing an MFA at Goddard College, and is Managing Director of Sleeping Weazel.
...is currently an MFA Playwriting student at Brown University, Providence, RI. She comes Uganda where she has been a playwright for a Radio Serial Drama, Rock Point 256 for years. Rock Point 256 was a behavior change drama tailored on the objective of influencing positive behavior among young people, changing their attitudes towards norms that prom behaviors, as way of curbing an upsurge in HIV/AIDS infections among young people. She practiced Journalism as a free-lance field reporter for Masindi Broadcasting Service.
...is a mixed-media composer and founding member of Awesome Collective whose work involves the relationship between sight and sound in live performance. His pieces mix live-process moving images (film and video), music, and sound to create unique multimedia settings in which performers can interact. He is fascinated by what he sees in his subjects as the interconnectedness of things: people with places, sounds with textures, humans with animals, plants, and the natural world. He feels that exploring the relationships between sounds an in performance is an effective way to both investigate and convey these greater inherent connections that surround us. He completed his PhD in the MEME program at Brown University and currently teaches at the University of Rhode Island.
Malgorzata Rymsza-Pawlowska ...earned a doctorate from the Department of American Civlization at Brown University and is interested in questions of historicity, historical subjectivity and cultural production.
Jen Vincent ...is a burgeoning social theorist, writer and performer. She is surely on the verge of something. Her interests intersect space and subjectivity. You can often find her wandering the streets of Providence looking upwards, marveling at urban architecture. She completed her undergraduate course of study in department of Modern Culture and Media at Brown University.
...is a composer, pianist, educator and founding member of Awesome Collective, currently residing in Providence, RI. When not writing electro/acoustic music, she plays piano with new music ensembles Verdant Vibes (Providence), Hotel Elefant (NYC), and Hub New Music (Boston), collaborates with Meridian Project on multimedia performances inspired by astrophysics, writes and performs operas with homeless advocacy group Tenderloin Opera Company, serves on the board of directors for the Boston New Music Initiative, and is an affiliate artist of Sleeping Weazel. She holds composition degrees from the Universities of Michigan (DMA, MM) and Minnesota (BA summa cum laude), and enjoys teaching both privately and at the University of Rhode Island.
...is a playwright from the Appalachian Mountains and a founding member of Awesome C He holds an MFA in Playwriting from Brown University. Plays include: Lake Untersee, The Strangler, The Memory Library, and The Hoot Owl (an opera for headphones). His work h developed or produced at Playwrights Horizons, Ars Nova, McCarter Theatre, Clubbed Thu Electric Pear Productions. Joe is the recipient of a Weston Award in Playwriting and a 200 Lucille Lortel Playwriting Fellowship, and twice received awards from the Kennedy Center/ Recently, Joe was awarded a travel grant to visit Iceland and research an upcoming proje landscape, elves, religion and the beginning of the world. His play Dragonflies is available Dramatics Publishing, and his articles have appeared in The Dramatist magazine. He is a Jerome Fellow in Playwriting and currently resides in Los Angeles.