Caitlin Cook (director) is a LA-born, NYC-based, Oxford-educated, hyphen-addicted director, producer, composer, singer, songwriter, comedian, and writer. A fierce champion of mixed media and genre-bending works of art, Caitlin has carved out a space for herself smack-dab in the center of the Venn diagram between comedy, music, theatre, and visual art. She has brought this approach and shows like Death Wish and Good Luck Out There, Human to the Edinburgh Fringe, Brighton Fringe, Hollywood Fringe, HBO’s Women in Comedy Festival, New York Comedy Festival, High Plains Comedy Festival, off-Broadway theatres, strangers’ living rooms, and even a houseboat once—and garnered rave reviews from critics, peers, and audiences alike (the houseboat’s owners were especially complimentary). When back in New York, she produces two live stand-up, music, and variety shows: Fake Birthday at Littlefield and Good God at the Sultan Room. Caitlin has two albums out on all streaming platforms—Zinger-Songwriter and Betty Pitch—and encourages you to blast those bangers.
SoHo Playhouse (Darren Lee Cole, Artistic Director) has been one of Off-Broadway’s primary venues for new plays for the past 80 years. Formerly Vandam Playhouse, the theatre has been home to countless dreams and movements. Many actors, directors, choreographers, production designers, theatre managers, technicians, and producers all received their start at SoHo Playhouse. Writers: Sam Shepard, Edward Albee, Tracy Letts, Charles Buch, Leroi Jones, and Lanford Wilson. Award-winning shows: The Boys in the Band, Killer Joe, The Divine Sister, Mindgame, Krapp, 39, Piaf, Room Service, Jamaica Farewell, Belly of a Drunken Piano, Bukowski From Beyond, The Emperor Jones, Triassic Parq, Rap Guide To Climate Chaos, The Other Josh Cohen, Bill W and Dr Bob, Bright Colors And Bold Patterns, Josephine: A Burlesque Cabaret Dream Play, and recently Hannah Gadsby’s Nanette, Daniel Sloss’ X, and Phoebe Waller Bridge’s Fleabag. The Playhouse has also proudly served as home to the International Fringe Encore Series since 2005. Mr. Cole has served as Artistic Director since 2004.
Jeremy Wein (Associate Producer) is a producer based in New York. He is the founder of Play-PerView, ThisMyShow Industries and the NYC Podcast Festival. Additional producing credits include Open Mike Eagle: Anime, Trauma, + Divorce: Live Processing Event (Dynasty Typewriter) Kevin McDonald: ALIVE (Theatre Row, Dynasty Typewriter), Neva (Brooklyn College), Godspell (2011 Broadway revival) Faux Snow (Thespis Theater Festival), and Take Me Home (Incubator Arts Project, Associate Producer), and the 2012 documentary “The Bitter Buddha” (Co-Producer). He recently produced the debut album for The U.S. Open (featuring Shawn Randell, William Jackson Harper, Steven Boyer, Diana Oh, Jeff Biehl, and Bobby Moreno and engineered by Grammy nominee and former They Might Be Giants member Tony Maimone), which will be released later this year.
David Treatman (Consulting Producer) founded David Treatman Creative, which is rooted in a belief that fresh storytelling – supported by artistically-minded production – yields the most viable work both commercially and critically. Select Projects Include: Your Love, Our Musical (Caveat NYC), A Christmas Carol (The Lyceum Theater), Be More Chill (The Lyceum Theater), Angels in America (The Neil Simon Theater, 2018 Tony Award-winner), The Last Five Years (The Vaudeville Theatre), Curtains (UK Tour and Wyndham’s Theatre), and the Webby Award-winning "Propaganda the Podcast Musical." To learn more about David Treatman Creative, please visit davidtreatmancreative.com