Sarah Curnoles adapted, directed and produced A Fool's Paradise: 30 Shakespeare Scenes in 60 Minutes. The first adaptation was titled That Way Madness Lies, and it was the winner of the Audience Favorite Award at the Charm City Fringe Festival. She has worked as the Resident Company Stage Manager for the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company since 2006. She also works as the Executive Assistant to the Artistic   and Managing Directors at Center Stage in Baltimore, MD. Education: BA, Washington College.

 

Arrenvy Bilinski is the Stage Manager and Associate Producer for A Fool's Paradise: 30 Shakespeare Scenes in 60 Minutes. She is an arts administrator with a background in stage management, theatre management, producing, fundraising, and special events coordination.  She has served many administrative roles including the Managing Directors’ Intern and the Development Fellow for Center Stage in Baltimore.  Recently, she served as stage manager for a CS 3rd Space production of Chip and Gus: A Ping Pong Play performed at the Manhattan Theatre Club, and for the Charm City Fringe Festival Audience Favorite That Way Madness Lies: 30 Shakespeare Scenes in 60 Minutes. 

 

Lisa Hodsoll just recently performed the one woman show Medea’s Got Some Issues in Chicago for the Chicago Theater Sweatshop, having previously performed it as part of the DC Fringe Festival.  Other recent area credits include Marcus (Marca) in Titus Andronicus with Chesapeake Shakespeare, Maeve in Theater J’s The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures; Jane/Dot in Theater Alliance’s The Wonderful World of Dissocia (Helen Hayes nominated for best supporting actress); and Miller at Studio Theatre’s Edgar and Annabel.   She is also currently acting in the independent film, Pipe Dream.  Other movie credits:  BuffurduckenKosmopolites, and A Million Dollars and No Sense.  Comedy/Improv (Chicago): Brouhaha, ComedySportz.  Education: BA, University of Virginia.

 

 

Sabrina Sikes Thornton is a theater administrator, actor, and teaching artist. She is currently the Deputy Director of Institutional Giving at Center Stage and a Teaching Artist for Everyman Theatre. Sabrina had acted in theater and film projects all over the US, including Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Baltimore. She graduated with honors from the Florida State University School of Theatre with a concentration in Acting, and minored in Creative Writing.

 
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Logan Davidson is a Baltimore based theater artist. Davidson has shared the love of Shakespeare through work with the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, and Cohesion Theatre Company. They have participated in Baltimore Theater Festivals such as Cohesion Theatre Company’s ParityFest and Trans* Voices Workshop Series as well as the Baltimore Playwrights Festival and Charm City Fringe Festival. Davidson studied at the Shakespeare Institute in Stratford-Upon-Avon and has their B.A. in Theatre, Film, and Media Studies from St. Mary’s College of Maryland.

 

Jenna Rossman — Regional — Center Stage: As You Like It; Shakespeare Theatre: As You Like It (u/s); Rep Stage: The WhaleOther Theatre — Baltimore Shakespeare Factory: Much Ado About NothingThe TempestA Midsummer Night’s Dream; Maryland Ensemble Theatre: One Man, Two Guvnors; Maryland Historical Society: The Mesmeric Revelations! of Edgar Allan Poe; Single Carrot Theatre: Worst Case Scenario; Acme Corporation: The World is RoundOffice Ladies, Iron Crow Theatre: The Homo Poe Show. Readings — Shakespeare in the Pub (DC): Richard II; American Shakespeare Center: The Famous Victories of Henry VTVHouse of CardsInvestigation DiscoveryEducation: Towson University; iO Improv Theater (Chicago), The Second City (Chicago). Awards: Irene Ryan Scholarship Audition Winner Region Two and National Finalist.