Anderson Cook is a playwright, librettist, lyricist, and screenwriter. Anderson and his writing partner Amanda D’Archangelis were the winners of the 2017 NMI New Voices Contest, co-sponsored by Walt Disney Imagineering, and his work has been praised on Theatre is Easy (“Best Bet”), Time Out New York (“Best Things to See This Week”), the FADER, Alternative Press, and Billboard. He is the winner of the 2018 Sloan Screenplay Competition from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. His musicals have been seen at The Boston Conservatory, the PIT, the Parkside Lounge, and this fall, at Le Poisson Rouge. His plays have been seen at the Lee Strasburg Institute, Dixon Place, the Secret Theatre, and more. He holds a BFA in dramatic writing from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University and an MFA in dramatic writing from Carnegie Mellon University.
Felicia Lobo is a Brooklyn based director who specializes in horror and fantastical theatre. Recent projects include Suburban Nightmare (in development), wyrd (reading with Pipeline Theatre Company), BB's Inferno (PIT Striker) and various Serials at The Flea Theater. Outside of her theatre work, Felicia is the front woman of QWAM, a local punk band. BFA: NYU Tisch Drama. www.FeliciaLobo.com
Andrew is excited to be working on this project to ensconce 2003 in its rightful place in history with some of his favorite collaborators and friends. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon School of Drama and University at Buffalo. He is particularly interested in new work, and stories that look at the commonplace through a slanted point of view. Previous designs include work for Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, Elisa Monte Dance, SheNYC festival, Buffalo Irish Classical Theater, and Houston Met Dance, amongst others. Andrew is currently based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Olivia Vaughn Hern is a costume and puppet designer. She has done work at Ars Nova, Williamstown Theatre Festival, NYTW, and the Prague Quadrennial for Performance and Space Design. She recently received her BFA from the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. She likes to make something out of nothing. oliviavhern.com; @oliviavhern
Hannah was born and raised in Orlando, Florida where she was introduced to creative storytelling and immersive worlds at a very early age. Her desire to design and create entertainment spaces grew when she was a student at Dr. Phillips High School where she received the Critic’s Choice Award for her set designs two years in a row at the District and State level. This led her to continue her education at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she completed a BFA in Scenic Design and minor in Media Design. She’s a passionate designer with experience as a Props Fabrications Artist with Universal Creative and a Scenic and Props Designer, Artist, and Curator for productions at CMU and the Pittsburgh Opera
Aubyn is a recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and genuinely pumped to be making her NYC choreography debut with PPH! Aubyn is a co-founder of The Bellwether Project, a sociopolitically minded collaborative theatre/film company; you can watch their most recent project, (in)alienable,on YouTube. An Oregon native, Aubyn is an actor, activist, and self identified nature snob.
Previously with Felicia Lobo and Amanda Centeno: Nightmare Before Insomnium 2016 and 2017 (Insomnium), Suburban Nightmare (The Bowery Electric), High School Coven (Corkscrew Festival). Other recent work: Solarplexus (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Peter Smith’s DIANA (ANT Fest), Summer and Smoke (Classic Stage Company), Strange Interlude (Transport Group), William Inge in Rep: Picnic and Come Back, Little Sheba (Transport Group). Co-host of the podcast One More Thing with Jaye and Robert, available on iTunes and Spotify and recently featured in People Magazine and on E! News. @hayejunt, jayehunt.com.