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Joey Doyle is a director and a writer. His directing credits include God of Carnage (production: University of Notre Dame), The Demise of the Downtown Bar Scene (co-writer, production: University of Notre Dame), and Beneath My Skin (production: University of Dotre Name). As a writer, he works on staff for The Garbage Time (thegarbagetime.com) and finished this bio himself. Joey works fulltime at the digital production company BrandCinema and freelances as a film editor. Joey Doyle is fine. He’s totally fine at what he does. He’s like, fine. He once met Oprah and asked her if she was the lady from those infomercials about blankets.
Charlie O’Leary is an alumnus of the Project Y Playwrights Group, Crashbox Theatre Company's Write Play Launch, the Brooklyn Generator, the Advanced BMI Workshop, the 24 Hour Plays: Nationals, and the Fornés Playwriting Workshop. His plays have been developed and presented by the Flea Theater, Middle Voice at Rattlestick, Jersey City Theater Center, Crashbox Theater Company, Pipeline Theatre Company, Project Y Theatre, Theatre Now New York, Loading Dock Theatre, the Tank, the PIT, the Habitat, Dixon Place, the Dare Tactic, and the University of Notre Dame. He has been a finalist for the Seven Devils Playwrights Conference and Sanguine Theatre Company's Project Playwright; a semifinalist for the O'Neill National Playwrights Conference and Ars Nova Play Group; and recipient of a New York Innovative Theatre Award and an Iowa Arts Fellowship. His song A Date (music by Helen Park) was a selection of the BMI Workshop Smoker; his songs have also been performed at places like Don’t Tell Mama, the West End Lounge, and the Duplex. Incoming MFA student at Iowa Playwrights Workshop.
Renée Darline Roden is a writer/director/performer and an unabashed native of Minnesota, and had her start in theatre in the lovely theatre community of the Twin Cities. As a performer: she has appeared with the Tony Award Winning Minneapolis Children’s Theatre Company (The Magic Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle, Bert and Ernie, Goodnight!), The Playwright’s Center (Planting Shelley Anne), Upright Egg Theatre Company (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), and the egg at the Theatre Royal Bath, UK (How I Became a Pirate). As a director: she has wreaked havoc at the University of Notre Dame (On the Verge), and orchestrates the love lives of friends. as a writer: her work has been produced at the University of Notre Dame (SHE), and received development with Project Y Theatre (Genna the Goldfish Solves it All, The Official Hurricane Namebook). As a teaching artist: she works at Cristo Rey New York High School in East Harlem helping teenagers tackle Our Town, and at Stages Theatre Company in Minnesota, helping four-year-old thespians not tackle each other. When not doing any of that, Renée tweets, eats, and blogs. (Always in that order).
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