EVA VON SCHWEINITZ is an interdisciplinary theater- and filmmaker. Rooted in research and collaboration, her projects focus on current social concerns and interrogate the realities that we construct, as societies, as individuals, and as humans. Most recently: The Space between the Letters (Under the Radar Festival Incoming!, HERE Arts Center, JACK, Adult Learning Centers in BK). Eva holds a BA in Film from International Filmschool Cologne and an MFA in Performance and Interactive Media Arts from Brooklyn College. Her films and performances have been presented internationally, including screenings at Tribeca Film Festival, Palm Springs International ShortFest, International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, and performances at festivals in New York, Germany, Sweden, France, Belgium and Luxemburg. As projection designer, Eva has worked with Elevator Repair Service on Measure for Measure (The Public), Arguendo (Associate Designer, The Public, OBIE Award Outstanding Projection Design), and The Sound and the Fury (New York Theatre Workshop, The Public). Further video/sound design collaborations include: Sibyl Kempson, Piehole, Superhero Clubhouse, Eliza Bent, and Sarah Hughes. She was a member of the 2017-2018 The Civilians’ R&D Group, a 2018 Harvestworks Artist in Residence, and part of the 2018/2019 Devised Theater Working Group at the Public Theater.
LANXING FU is a Chinese-American theater artist and co-director of Superhero Clubhouse, uniting ecology and theater to enact justice, cultivate hope, and inspire a thriving future. With SHC: she is the playwright and co-creator of Mammelephant (The New Ohio / HERE Arts Center) the program director of The Living Stage NYC (University Settlement), and a co-creator of PLUTO (no longer a play), (The Brick) and JUPITER (a play about power), (La MaMa). She is also a lead teaching artist with Big Green Theater, a SHC & Bushwick Starr after-school eco-playwriting program. Recent performances: The Space Between The Letters (UTR at The Public), some higher glimmer in a landscape of flat (Collapsible Hole), 36 Peaks (Baryshnikov Arts Center), and Holidays In/Coyote (The Tank). Her essays “Building Possibility in the Age of Climate Change” and “The Birth of a Climate Commons” are published on HowlRound. She has been a workshop facilitator and speaker with Asian American Arts Alliance, The New School, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, TCG National Conference, Cultivating Ensembles, and more.
CLAIRE MOODEY performs, directs, writes, devises, and designs objects for theater. She is interested in how performance may change space, culture, relationships, community. Her most recent work, femme pathos, was seen at The Brick as part of The Exponential Festival. Since 2010, Claire’s work has been seen around New York City at the Bushwick Starr, the Doxsee Theater, Dixon Place, Abrons Arts, JACK, BAX, The Public Theater, Lincoln Center, La Mama Etc., Cathedral St. John the Divine, Bushwick Open Studios, Theater for the New City, 3LD, the Vorhees Theater, galleries, bars, cars, and on the street. Claire is proud to be a Target Margin Theater Associated Artist. She holds a B.A. in Theatre from Bard College and spends a good deal of time thinking about compost.
JONELLE ROBINSON is an actor, model, youth theatre producer and teaching artist in NYC with a BFA in Acting from Ithaca College. Commercial credits: Purell, Prudential, MyHeritageDNA.com, and Johnson & Johnson Band-aids. Recent theatre credits: Totally Wholesome Foods (Episcopal Actors Guild/Theater In Asylum), Sight Unbound (Cherry Lane Theater/Wide Eyed Productions) and of course, A Space Between The Letters (The Public Theater/Under The Radar Festival). She also co-created PiT Theatrical, a non-profit youth theatre group for teens in conjunction with The Jeanne Rimsky Theater in Port Washington, NY and currently directs and choreographs for Brooklyn Children’s Theatre.
PAUL “P-FUNK” STALLINGS was born and raised in Astoria, Queens, and now lives in Brooklyn. He has been taking classes at Fortune Society, a reentry program in Queens, since 2009 and he has loved it ever since because he never thought he could go back to school and learn again. Paul loves to perform and has been on stage with Public Works at The Delacorte Theater in various shows since 2013.
NICOLAS NOREÑA is a Colombian theater maker and performer based in Brooklyn. He has worked with Richard Foreman, Mary Overlie, The Talking Band, Jess Barbagallo, and Object Collection among others. He is the founding member of morningtomorning.org, and is the artistic director of THE MILLION UNDERSCORES. Through this company he has developed, produced, directed and designed over ten original productions that have been presented in spaces such as The Museum of Modern Art, FringeNYC, The Exponential Festival, The Brick Theater and Target Margin Theater among others. He is currently a LEIMAY fellow, was a LAB artist with Target Margin Theater in 2019 and was a resident artist with MABOU MINES 2015-2016. Nicolas currently teaches at the Experimental Theater Wing in New York University.
JONAH ROSENBERG is a composer, musician, sound and multimedia designer based in Brooklyn. His work and collaborations have been presented at HERE, Abrons Arts Center, MoMa Ps1, Theater For The New City, The Public Theater, Gibney Dance and many other venues and galleries throughout the US and Canada. Recent film credits include the dance film SEASONED (LA Dance Film Festival Award) and the (in progress) Documentary Half-Life of Memory. Jonah studied composition with Morton Subotnick, Arturo O’Farrill, Doug Geers and Ray Anderson.
VIOLET ASMARA TAFARI has a passion for all that is art. She says that: ”It is through the art of the mind’s eye that we create, embrace, and explore.” A full-time Stage Manager and Production Manager, Violet sees that the backstage flows seamlessly, as the artist imagination unfolds on stage. Art is a frequency that brings us together, and with that unity we all become artists. Select credits: AFRKIN, Popup Theatrics, Abrons, Rockers Movement. Freequencyconnects.com