Dustin Wills

Dustin Wills is a New York-based theatre and opera director. Recent theatre: Phillip Howze’s Frontières Sans Frontières (Bushwick Starr—named a Top Ten Theatrical Production of 2017 by New York Magazine), Will Arbery's Evanston Salt Costs Climbing (New Neighborhood), MJ Kaufman’s Masculinity Max (The Public), Basil Kreimendahl’s Orange Julius (Rattlestick and Page 73), Casey Llewellyn’s O, Earth (Foundry Theatre), and a Baryshnikov Arts Center Residency for AWFUL EVENT! a new musical with Kate Tarker and Dan Schlosberg. Recent opera: Mozart's Die Zauberflöte and Stravinsky’s Le Rossignol (Yale Opera), Francesco Cavalli’s L’Egisto and Xerse (Yale Baroque Opera), and ongoing work on an operatic adaptation of Federico García Lorca's surrealist play Once Five Years Pass (Williamstown Theatre Festival). He has devised new work with Teatro L'Arciliuto in Rome, Italy, created large-scale community puppetry pageants with Creative Action, is a two-time Princess Grace Award recipient, a Drama League and Boris Sagal directing fellow, and for a couple of years gave rogue tours of the Vatican. MFA: Yale School of Drama

Jack Ferver

Playwrights: Betty’s Summer Vacation. Jack’s works have been presented in New York City at the New York Live Arts, New Museum, The Kitchen, The French Institute Alliance Française, Abrons Arts Center, Gibney Dance, PS122, Museum of Arts and Design, Danspace Project, and Dixon Place. He is a 2016 recipient of the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grant. He teaches at Bard College and has also taught at NYU, SUNY Purchase, American Dance Festival, Interlochen Center for the Arts, and has set choreography at The Juilliard School. As an actor he has appeared in numerous films and television series.

Updated as of 12/10/19