Playwright Philip Dawkins is a Chicago playwright whose work has been produced internationally. His plays Miss Marx: or The Involuntary Side Effect of Living and Charm both won the Joseph Jefferson Award for Best New Work and he received Joseph Jefferson Nominations for New Work for The Homosexuals, Le Switch (Regional Premieres at NCTC) and Failure: A Love Story. Dawkins is an Artistic Associate at About Face Theatre and Ensemble Playwright at Victory Gardens.
Director Arturo Catricala’s recent projects for New Conservatory Theatre Center include The Lisbon Traviata, The Mystery of Irma Vep, The Perfect Ganesh, Mothers & Sons, Other Desert Cities, Rights of Passage, Leaving the Blues and It’s Only a Play among numerous others. Mr. Catricala studied stage directing at Fordham University’s College at Lincoln Center and NYU’s School of the Arts. He is a member of SDC, the national union of Stage Directors and Choreographers and LMDA, Literary Managers & Dramaturges of America.
Technical Director ... Carlos Aceves
Costume Design ... Keri Fitch
Stage Management ... Toni Guidry
Scenic Design ... Kevin Landesman
Lighting Design ... Chris Lundahl
Props Design ... Tom O'Brien
Sound Design ... Kalon Thibodeaux
Dialect Coach ... Melinda Marks