EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Erin Moore is a graduate of the Master of Arts program in Arts Administration at Teachers College, Columbia University, and completed her Bachelors degree in English at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has worked with theaters and performing arts organizations across New York City since 2011, including organizations such as the American Associates of the National Theatre, Lincoln Center Corporate Fund, Signature Theatre Company, and Second Stage Theatre. Her professional theatre career began over ten years ago in Los Angeles, where she has been a company member at organizations including Theatre West and the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum. She is also known for her tenure on the cult classic soap opera, “Santa Barbara,” in which she portrayed Samantha Capwell.
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Dev Bondarin is a New York based director of plays and musicals, both new and established. Directing credits include: Two Bugs are Better than One(Making Books Sing), King Lear (American Bard Theater, two NYIT Award nominations), Reefer Madness (Gallery Players, NYIT Award nomination for Outstanding Musical), Raised by Lesbians (FringeNYC, 4 Stars Time Out), and numerous readings, concerts, and workshops. As Associate Artistic Director of Prospect Theater Company, she has curated and directed an annual musical theater lab for the past six seasons, which has produced over 45 new, short musicals by established and emerging writers. Dev is also a member of MTWorks where she directed Cody Daigle’s A Home Across the Ocean, as well as readings and short plays. Dev is an SDC Observership recipient, a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab as well an Associate Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC) and the League of Professional Theatre Women. She holds an MFA in Directing from Brooklyn College (CUNY) and a BA from Brandeis University. www.devbondarin.
PRODUCTION MANAGER Annie Jacobs moved to Queens over eight years ago. Since moving to New York, she has been working in production management followed by project management at Queens based scene shop, Showman Fabricators. She has worked on Broadway’s Little Mermaid, Sweeney Todd, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, television’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”, “Dr. Oz”, “Disney World’s American Idol Experience” and many others. She has served as Production Manager for all of APAC’s shows since joining them in 2009. She has also production managed Working and Unlock’d for Prospect Theater Company. Before coming to New York she received her BFA from the Theatre School at DePaul University followed by her MFA from the School of Drama at Yale University. Find out more about Annie.
PRESS AGENT Katie Rosin/Kampfire PR has worked with APAC since 2008, handling press for The Cottage, Blood Brothers, Billy Witch, The Secret Garden, A Hard Wall At High Speed, The Human Comedy, MilkMilkLemonade, Children of Eden, The Pillowman, The Children’s Hour, Ragtime, Triumph of Love. Katie was instrumental in the launch of the Broadway musical Brooklyn and the National Tour of Mother Load. She has been integral in multi-dimensional campaigns for IT Award recipients, GLAAD Award Winners and Drama Desk nominees. In April, Kampfire will be launching Stage17.tv, a new digital entertainment destination for episodic fiction and reality programming for the world’s largest stage—the Internet. Kampfire clients include: All For One Theater Festival, Astoria Performing Arts Center, Tony Award Winning Double Play Connections, The League of Professional Theater Women, Manhattan Theatre Works, New York Innovative Theatre Awards, Queens Theatre, terraNOVA Collective, WorkShop Theater Company, and York Shakespeare Company. www.kampfirefilmspr.com