Cat Fisher (costume designer) has designed nearly 100 shows for theater, dance, independent film, and television, and is a member of the Lincoln Center Director's Lab, a New York State Counsel for the Arts awards recipient, and has been recognized, receiving an Outstanding Costume award, Hamlet Bound & Unbound, 2012 Midtown International Theatre Festival; Planet Connections Theatre Festival (Eco-Friendly Costume award, The God Particle, 2011). Her work has been seen at 59e59th (Play Nice!); NYC Fringe Festival (For the Birds); The Producer's Club (including: The Irresistible Rise of Fatlinda Paloka, The Madman and the Nun, Fatlinda Poloka); Riverside Theatre (Twelfth Night, Tearing Down the Walls); Winter Strawberry Festival (Shakespeare in America, Zoo Man); The One Minute Play Festival; Esotrogenius Festival (Mill Fire); The Harvest Festival; Ivy Theatre (The Feminism of a Soft Merlot or How the Donkey Got Punched); Prague Fringe Festival (Kafka's Belinda); Davenport Theater (Emily’s Will); "Last Words" (IMDb 2015); "As Constant as the Northern Star" (IMDb 2015) www.catfisher.homestead.com.
Maximillian Singh Gill (playwright/producer) received his Master's in Writing in California and has been living and writing plays in New York for the past decade. His works have been produced by a number of companies and festivals, including the Abingdon Theatre Company in New York City, the InspiraTO Festival in Toronto, Swivel Theatre’s Arab Women in Revolution Festival in London, the Liverpool Arab Arts Festival in Liverpool, Write Now Festival in London, and the Hollywood Fringe Festival in Los Angeles, as well as White Rabbit Productions’ Things that Go Bump in the Night and Scream Queens and Crazed Fiends.
Joan Kane (director/producer) is the founding Artistic Director of Ego Actus and recently directed I Know What Boys Want at Theatre Row, Six Characters in Search of an Author in Oslo, Norway and Kafka’s Belinda in Prague. She also directed both Safe and what do you mean at 59e59 theaters and in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, getting four star reviews for each. Joan was named to the Indie Theatre Hall of Fame by nytheatre.com. She has directed plays and readings for the Lark Play Development Center, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Theater for the New City, Urban Stages, the Bleecker St Theater, the Workshop Theater, Nylon Fusion, Abingdon Theatre, Oberon Theatre, the Samuel French Short Play Festival, Planet Connections Festivity, the Midtown International Festival, the Prague Fringe Festival, the Dramatists Guild, NY Madness, the Players Club, the Lambs Club and the Actors Studio. She has been nominated for Outstanding Direction Awards three times each in the MITF and Planet Connections, winning once. Joan has an MFA in Directing from The New School, an MS in Museum Education from Bank Street College and is a member of The New York Madness Company, the Dramatists Guild, the League of Professional Theatre Women and the Society of Stage Directors & Choreographers.
Bruce A! Kraemer (designer/producer) wrote what do you mean, which was played in the 2012 Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, the 2013 East to Edinburgh Festival and the 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. He also wrote Kafka’s Belinda, which played in the 2015 Prague Fringe Festival and was nominated for an Inspiration Award. Both are available for sale at indietheatrenow.com. Bruce is the producer of all Ego Actus shows. He has done lighting design for Roundabout Theatre and Soho Rep and has designed shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Ensemble Studio Theatre, 59e59 Theaters, the NYC Fringe, the Bleecker Street Theater, and many others. Bruce also does audio, technical direction, stage management and production intercom. He has done one or another of those for the Summer and Winter Olympics, the Paralympics, the World Cup, two Papal visits, three Superbowls, the Commonwealth Games, the Goodwill Games, six Tony Awards, the Grammys, three Video Music Awards, the WNBA All Star Game, the NBA All Star game, the NBA Draft, four NFL Drafts, the MLB Draft, ten Christmas Tree Lightings at Rockefeller Center, on Broadway, off Broadway, off-off Broadway, for dance, fashion shows, art installations and hundreds of corporate events.
Andrew Rothkin (actor/producer), an award-winning actor, playwright, director and producer, serves as the Artistic Director of White Rabbit Productions. Production highlights include Bubby’s Shadow (writer/co-producer; winner, Outstanding Production of a New Drama Play, Midtown International Theater Festival, 2008), Meredith’s Ring (writer/director/producer; winner, Outstanding Production of a Short Play, Planet Connections Festivity Awards, 2009), and Hamlet Bound & Unbound (writer/co-producer; winner, Outstanding New Script for a Short Subject, The Midtown International Theater Festival, 2012), as well as two very successful Halloween events: Things That Go Bump in the Night in 2014 and Scream Queens and Crazed Fiends in 2015. Andrew received his Bachelors of Science in Theatre Arts from Towson University and his Masters in Acting from Brooklyn College, C.U.N.Y. www.AndrewRothkin.com.
Jacob Subotnick (Sound Designer) is an NYC-based composer and sound designer who has designed over 75 Off and Off-Off Broadway productions. Selected Off-Broadway: A Midsummers Night Dream (Masterworks Theater); Donkey Punch (SOHO Playhouse); InnerVoices 2014 (TBG Theater); Any Given Monday (59E59). Selected Off-Off-Broadway: The Ballad of Rodrigo (Funny…Sheesh: Nominated for Outstanding Original Music NYITA 2015); Virus Attacks Heart (Nominated for Outstanding Sound Design PCTF 2014); Tulpa or Anne and Me (Winner: Outstanding Sound Design PCTF 2011); The Picture of Dorian Gray (Nominated for Outstanding Sound Design PCTF 2010); The American Play (The Dirty Blondes/FringeNYC 2015);The Tunnel Play (The Dirty Blondes/FringeNYC 2014); Why You Beasting?, Judgement Day (FringeNYC 2013). Selected Regional: Hair (Mount Washington Valley Theater: Nominated for Outstanding Sound Design NHTA 2010). www.jacobsubotnick.com
Janelle Zapata (stage manager) is an Actor, Director, Producer and Stage Manager. With a passion for theatre, she is the Associate Producer at White Rabbit Productions, as well as Co-Artistic Director of Step1 Theatre Project. She has performed in plays such as Attempts on Her Life by Martin Crimp, for which she won Outstanding Lead Actress at the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity in 2013. She hopes to continue to produce work that entertains and excites audiences, and is thankful for the opportunity to do that with White Rabbit Productions!