Jackie earned her Master’s Degree in Theatre Studies in May 2018 from Montclair State University. Her passions include new play development and theatre for persons with disabilities. Past directing credits include: Staged reading of Euripides’ Trojan Women, including staging, movement, combat choreography, music (Montclair Public Library); Tornado by Chris Cragin-Day (Luna Theatre Co, West Orange, NJ); as Artistic Resident, Razorhurst by Kate Mulley (A.D. with Cheryl Katz; Luna Theatre Co, West Orange, NJ); Euripides’ Helen (Montclair, NJ), Antigone by Bertolt Brecht, Acts of Resistance Reading (Montclair, NJ), A.D. to Tony Award nominee Lynne Taylor-Corbett, Becky Shaw (Hackettstown, NJ), Oakwood Lives! Theme: Protest (Raleigh, NC) and Christmas Mordecai (Raleigh, NC; by Ian Finley and Jonathan Fitts). Jackie is a 2018-19 member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation Observership Program.
ASHLEE MOREL, Literary Director
Ashlee is currently completing her Masters in Theatre Studies at Montclair State University, with a focus on dramaturgy and Latino theater. She holds degrees from Ramapo College of NJ in Contemporary Arts in Digital Filmmaking and Theater, with a concentration in Acting. Her past acting credits include: Mediacracy: A Choral Piece for 12 Women, Macbeth, The Everleigh Club: A Staged Reading, Candide, Preuve D’Amour, as well as several one acts and film projects. During the summer of 2014, she studied in Paris, France, at the Catholic Institute of Paris. During 2018-2019, she is the dramaturg for a new play, Daughters of the Rebellion (Montclair State University).
Jack Waller holds a BA in Acting from Ramapo College and is a Master’s student in Theatre Studies at Montclair State University. Acting credits include: Price (Bottle House; world premiere), Charlie (All New People), Ross (Macbeth), Stanley Kowalski (Desire, Desire, Desire), and Conjure Man (Dark of the Moon), Talthybius (Trojan Women, Roaring Goat staged reading). Directing credits include: Jennifer Haley’s The Nether (Ramapo College, Spring 2017).
Niall Ng is a New York and New Jersey actor and director. His self-produced directing credits include Unseamly and Rabbit
Jeri is a New York City based calligrapher, papercutting artist, professor of Greek and Roman languages and literatures, lover of music and Jill of All Trades (Mistress of a Few). Directing credits include Trojan Women (Huntington, WV), Sophocles’ Antigone, Euripides’ Bacchae, Euripides’ Andromache and Euripides’ Helen (Montclair State University, performed outdoors in the landmark WPA Amphitheater), and others. Acting credits include Antigone (Sophocles’ Antigone, in ancient Greek), Unjust Argument (Aristophanes’ Clouds; in ancient Greek), and Unnamed Transwoman Poet (Andy Cofino’s Out in the Open). As dramaturg/ancient history/language consultant: Julius Caesar (Marshall Univ, dir. Jack Cirillo), Iphigenia (Montclair State Univ, dir. Heather Benton). Jeri is an enthusiastic student of many arts at the Barrow Group in NYC.