Amy Altadonna (Sound Designer) Recent credits include Helmet (New York Fringe), The Unmentionables (Yale Repertory Theatre), Marat/Sade (recomposed for a rock band), The Seagull, Marcus Brutus, and The Duchess of Malfi (Yale School of Drama). Favorite credits include The Winter’s Tale, Polariod Stories, The Life and Times of a Tulsa Lovechild, The Servant of Two Masters (all of which featured original music), True West, The Women, Annie Get Your Gun, Footloose, and The Sound of Music. Sound engineering credits include The Ladies of the Camellias and Comedy of Errors at the Yale Rep. B.A. in Music, The College of William and Mary; M.F.A. in Sound Design, The Yale School of Drama.Burke Brown (Lighting Designer) Recent designs include: Song for New York: What Women Do While Men Sit Knitting (Mabou Mines, Associate Designer); Lulu (Yale Rep), The Brothers Size (NYSF-Public Theater); The Flight of Icarus (Soho Think Tank); Richard III, In the Red & Brown Water, Layla & Majnun, The Real Thing, MSN Dream (Yale School of Drama); Sincerity Forever, Out of the Box, Hotel: Eight Rooms, The Bad Seed, The Dragon, and The Wizard of Elm City (Yale Cabaret); 365 Days/ 365 Plays: Week One (World Performance Project); God is a DJ, Eye, Savage/Love & Tongues (Summer Cabaret); Hansel und Gretel (Opera Theatre of Yale College); The Foreigner, Spider’s Web, (Flat Rock Playhouse); Jazz Like a Drug (Juggerknot Theatre Co.); The Just Assassins (Dreamer's Theatre); Picasso at the Lapin Agile and The Woman in Black (Temple Theatre). As a Director: Sarah Kane’s Crave, and Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Run, Mourner, Run (co-Director). BA, Theatre and International Studies, Guilford College. MFA, 2007, Yale School of Drama.