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For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday Design Team

DAVID ZINN (Scenic Designer). Playwrights Horizons: Hir, The Flick (Drama Desk nomination, also Barrow Street and National Theater, UK), Circle Mirror Transformation, Kin, The Big Meal, Completeness, Placebo. Broadway: A Doll’s House Part 2 (costumes, Tony nom.), Amelie; Present Laughter;The Humans (Tony Award); Fun Home (Tony nomination); The Last Ship, In the Next Room (Tony nomination), Xanadu. Off-Broadway: Hamlet, How to Transcend a Happy Marriage, 10 out of 12.

KRISTOPHER CASTLE (Costume Designer). Playwrights Horizons debut. Regional: For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday (Berkeley Rep); Macbeth, Wellesley Girl, Luna Gale, At the Vanishing Point, A Christmas Carol, Death Tax, Edge of Our Bodies, The Veri**on Play, True West (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Signature Theatre; Studio Theatre; Barrington Stage Company; Catholic University.

MATT FREY (Lighting Designer). Playwrights Horizons: The Profane, Rancho Viejo, A Life, Placebo, This, Grand Concourse, The Call, Go Back to Where You Are, She Stoops to Comedy. Other Off-Broadway: Everybody (Signature), All the Ways... (MCC), War (LCT3), Gloria (Vineyard), The Way We Get By (Second Stage), Buzzer (The Public), An Octoroon (Soho Rep., TFANA), Generations (Soho Rep.). Regional: For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday (Humana Festival 2016, Berkeley Rep).

BRAY POOR (Original Music/Sound Design). Playwrights Horizons: Maple and Vine, Completeness, The Flick (Drama Desk nom.). Broadway: The Glass Menagerie; The Real Thing; The American Plan; In the Next Room, or the vibrator play. His sound design and music have been heard in many Off-Broadway and regional theaters. Recent work: The Antiopodes (Signature); Julius Caesar, Hamlet (NYSF). Obie Awards for Annie Baker's John, and Sustained Excellence in Sound Design.

CHARLES COES (Original Music/Sound Design). Playwrights Horizons debut. Off-Broadway: Robber Bridegroom (Roundabout), Servant of Two Masters (TFANA), the event of a thread (Park Avenue Armory), Regional: Baltimore Center Stage, Yale Rep, Seattle Rep, Berkeley Rep, The Old Globe, The Guthrie, Shakespeare Theatre Company, ArtsEmerson, Wilma Theatre, Two River Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Ford’s Theatre, Dallas Theater Center, the Huntington, South Coast Rep. Teaches at Yale School of Drama.

WILLIAM BERLONI (Animal Trainer). Playwrights Horizons: Rancho Viejo. Broadway: Annie (all revivals), The Crucible, Living on Love, The Audience, Bullets Over Broadway, Lady Day…, A Christmas Story, Legally Blonde, Camelot, Frankenstein, The First, Alice in Wonderland, Oliver!, Anything Goes, Nick & Nora, La Bête, The Wiz, The Wizard of Oz, Dinner at Eight, Chitty Chitty…, The Woman in White, Awake and Sing, The Lieutenant of Inishmore. Awards: 2011 Tony Honoree, 2014 Outer Critics Circle, 2017 Drama League Award. 

RYAN BOURQUE (Fight and Fly Director). Playwrights Horizons debut. He’s acted in and choreographed the violence for The Glory of the World at BAM’s Harvey Theater and Actors Theatre of Louisville. Other Off-Broadway: Underground Railroad Game (Ars Nova), Twelfth Night (The Public). Regional: Macbeth, Recent Alien Abductions (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Lookingglass Theatre Company; Victory Gardens Theater; Steppenwolf; The Hypocrites. 2015 Joseph Jefferson Award for Fight Design, All Our Tragic.

ZFX FLYING EFFECTS (Flying Effects) is the complete service provider for Flying Effects. From high schools to Broadway, churches to special events, ZFX zealously pursues its goal of worldwide domination of the performer flying industry with unparalleled skill and enthusiasm.

AMANDA SPOONER (Production Stage Manager). Playwrights Horizons debut. Broadway: Indecent. Off-Broadway: The Wolves (Playwrights Realm), Everybody (Signature), 10 Out of 12 (Soho Rep.), The Glory of the World (BAM), An Octoroon (Soho Rep./TFANA). Regional: A.R.T., Yale Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Westport. TV: “The Academy Awards.” Assistant Adjunct Professor of Stage Management at Rider University, Programming Director of Tandem at Transport Group Theatre Company, mother to a toddler named Jack.