Nick Auer (Assistant Stage Manager) is a director, performer, and stage manager who graduated with a B.A. in Theater from Bates College in May 2015. He explored his passion for immersive, site-specific performance environments with his senior directing thesis, an interactive adaptation of the early French surrealist play The Breasts of Tiresias. Recent stage management credits include And That’s How the Rent Gets Paid (The Kitchen).The Egg Progect (FringeNYC), and The 39 Steps (Theatre Workshop of Nantucket).
Michael Bell (Box Office Manager) is a writer and a compulsive reader of all things spaceflight. He studied politics and poetry at SUNY Purchase.
Cameron Michael Burns (Assistant Stage Manager Swing) is a performer with a BA in Theatre Arts from Marymount Manhattan College. He has performed with Glass Bandits Theater Company, Rady&Bloom, Tenement Street Workshop, Lust & Liberty, and in the New York Fringe Festival. In between acting gigs, Cameron has freelanced as a stagehand, usher, bartender, set dresser, and all-around theatre Swiss Army knife.
Heather Frew (Production Assistant) is a rising senior in the BA Theatre Arts program with a double concentration in Directing and Producing and Management at Marymount Manhattan College. She just closed a production of ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore at Marymount as the Production Stage Manager. Previous MMC credits include the mainstage productions of O Pioneers! (Assistant Director), Pericles: Prince of Tyre (Assistant Stage Manager), and the Directing Project ‘Dentity Crisis (Director). Heather was the Assistant Stage Manager for Hip to Hip Theatre Company two years in a row. She is also a current intern at The Tank
Dana Gal (Assistant Stage Manager, Box Office Staff) is a freelance stage and event manager currently residing in Brooklyn. She is grateful to have worked with Third Rail Projects since December 2013 on Then She Fell and Roadside Attraction. Dana has worked in Phoenix, the San Francisco Bay Area, and at Williamstown Theatre Festival and Berkshire Theatre Group.
Joshua Gonzales (Box Office Associate) co-founded and served as the Managing Director for Greyman Theatre Company for five years. He has held various administrative and technical positions at Once the Musical, Williamstown Theatre Festival, WaterTower Theatre, and Baylor University. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre Performance from Baylor and continues his professional acting career in New York City. Joshua’s acting highlights include Williamstown Theatre Festival, TheatreworksUSA, WaterTower Theatre, and Greyman Theatre Company. Joshua has also been seen on CNN, Lifetime, and the Travel Channel. www.joshuagonzalesnyc.com
Ange Lopilato (Production Assistant) is a current student at Manhattan College pursuing a degree in Psychology and is an emerging stage manager in New York City. Select recent stage management credits include Little Women, The Dining Room, and Company (Manhattan College Players), The Match Game (Manhattan Repertory Theater), and various other play readings and workshops in New York.
Samara Seligsohn (Assistant Stage Manager Swing), originally from Fort Lauderdale, FL, now lives in NYC doing freelance work in dance and theater production / administration and working as a professional tap dancer. After graduating from Barnard College with a BA in Dance, she worked for two years as the Assistant Artist Manager at Divine Rhythm Productions. She has also been a production assistant on Jason Samuel Smith & Co.’s Chasing the Bird at the Joyce Theater, and on The American Tap Dance Foundations' Rhythm is Our Business at the 14th Street Y. She has also been part of the run crew for dance festival concerts around the country. Samara currently dances in Nicholas Young’s SoundMovement Dance Company and Chloe Arnold’s Apt#33, while also teaching tap on faculty at Steps on Broadway.
Sarah Weinflash (Assistant Stage Manager) could recently be unseen stage managing Gypsy, Chicago, and Street Scene with Muhlenberg College, where she received her BA in Theatre, Business, and English. Sarah is also honored to work front of house at the Barrow Street Theatre and teach acting classes at the Fine Arts Connection.
Michaela Whiting (Production Assistant) is a recent graduate of Skidmore College where she received a degree in Psychology and Theater. Her Skidmore Mainstage Stage Management credits include Macbeth, Blood Wedding, and See You Have Me. Michaela has also interned for Third Rail Projects as a Production Intern.