Conrad Fischer (Producer)

Reverend Dr. Fischer is a Medical Doctor, double board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. He is the residency program director in Internal Medicine for 100 trainees at Brookdale University Medical Center in Brooklyn. He is Vice-Chair of Medicine and Chair of the institution’s Ethics Committee. He is ordained as an Interfaith Minister. He is the author of 15 textbooks of medicine with 250,000 copies in print. His work at the Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York explores the life-cycle of religious violence using the same methodologies put to work at stopping the life-cycle of HIV.

Irene Kapustina (Writer and Director)

Irene is a stage director with Eastern European roots (Minsk, Belarus). She holds B.A. in Theatre from Loyola University Chicago and M.A. in Applied Theatre from CUNY; her studio training includes The Second City and The Barrow Group. Irene has directed at The Drama League, The Kraine Theater, The Barrow Group, The Players Theatre, TADA!, Theater for the New City, Dixon Place, Manhattan Rep, Hunter College, and other venues; site specific work includes Trinity Church Wall Street, Tallulah Lounge, and the Museum of Sex. Irene is now based in New York City where she develops, directs, and produces professional theatre and various applied and educational theatre projects under The Angle Project’s umbrella, a company she co-founded and where she now serves as an Artistic and Executive Director.

The Angle Project (Producing Company)

The Angle Project is a NYC based theatrical production company and a performance art initiative that helps imagine, embody, and materialize possibilities for displaced and multicultural communities.

Alexandra Kattan (Assistant Director)

Alexandra is proud to make her debut with The Angle Project Theater Company. She is currently entering her third year at NYU Tisch School of the Arts as a drama major and enjoys creating her own work on the side. She recently played the role of Jen in Drunk by Bekah Brunstetter at the Atlantic and is currently working on writing an all female comedy series with her friends.

Wesley Cornwell (Costume, Set, and Lighting Designer)

Wesley Cornwell is a NYC based theater designer and a recent graduate of Princeton University with a concentration in Anthropology and Certificate in Theater. Recent theater credits include Dead Poet Society (CSC; Assistant Director Intern for John Doyle), Man of La Macha (Princeton Festival; set), Gruesome Playground Injuries (Theaterlab; set, lights, sound), Cyrano (Grind Arts Co, FringeNYC; lights), Once (Princeton U; set, costume), Spring, On Fire (Princeton U; costumes). In recognition for the excellence of his design work as a student at Princeton, Wesley was awarded the Louis Sudler Prize, the Lewis Center for the Arts' highest award to a graduating senior. Student design credits include: The Seagull (set), Cloud 9 (set), Spring Awakening (set), there. remaining. (lights), The Other Shore (lights), Annie & Rose (costumes).

Adam Cuthbért (Sound Designer)

Composer, sound designer, and controllerist Adam Cuthbért is a native of Detroit working with acoustic and digital instruments to synthesize sound environments. His sound works for dance and theatre have been presented at Roulette, The Asia Society, La MaMa Moves Festival, West End Theatre, and Manhattan Movement & Arts Center. His concert works have been performed by cutting-edge ensembles such as Bang on a Can, Friction Quartet, and Third Coast Percussion, and in collaboration with pop and electronic acts Almamy, RETCON, and Todd Reynolds, garnering notice from the The New York Times, Backstage Magazine, DJ Mag, and SF Chronicle (which finds it "hard to resist the vigor and inventiveness of his writing”). Cuthbért is Licensing Manager for the Grammy-winning alt-classical label Cantaloupe Music, and co-founder of the slashsound label and collective, where he is highlighting a growing community of transmedia artists working with hybrid electronic/acoustic instruments.

tasha a. f. lemley (digital designer)

Tasha is the founder of social enterprises Chai Wallah, LLC, and The Contributor street newspaper. She has experience as a homeless outreach worker and spent years photographing and interviewing people who live on the streets. Most recently, she's a freelance audio producer and wants to continue telling the stories she hears. She's the executive producer of The Mr. Mysterio Podcast—an episodic narrative podcast—and field producer for NPR affiliate WPLN's forthcoming podcast, Versify. Passionate about community and diversity—she's looking for the answers we have for each other and those we can find together. The more she gets outside of the familiar, the more she learns about herself.

Sabrina Morabito (Stage Manager)

Sabrina is so happy to be working with The Angle Project. Is the resident Stage Manager for Pan Asian Rep   most recently was Stage Manager for Acquittal/Barri Dir by Noelle Ghoussaini Nu works 2017, Lost in Shanghai dir by Choghen Fen, and Incident at Hidden Temple Dir by Kaipo Schwab.Other Off Broadway Stage Manager credits include MI YI Theatre, Rising Sun Productions, St Bart Players, The Transport Group, Prospect Theatre Co.  When Sabrina is not working in theatre she is on Youtube watching every Dachshund video ever made.

ISabel MoorE (Production Assistant)

Isabel is originally from San Francisco, where she grew up in a theater-loving family and acted in plays throughout childhood.  Although she no longer acts, she remains passionate about the power of theater to spark meaningful conversations and affect social change.  Isabel joined The Angle Project as an intern last November, and was in charge of transcribing the refugee interviews that informed the script of Lost & Guided.  She also compiled excerpts from the interviews for a monologue project and is organizing post-performance panels and discussions. Isabel works full-time at a start-up in Manhattan, and enjoys collaging in her free time. Inspired by her work at The Angle Project, she has raised money for refugee relief organizations through her art sales.