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EAG Creative Team

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Simon Broucke
(Music Director)

Simon Broucke is a composer, orchestrator, copyist, and music director based in New York City. He has worked on several theatrical productions and workshops, including Showing Up (2019 workshop, 2021 preview, Middlebury Town Hall Theater), Me Before You (2022, GableStage), and The King's Wife (2022 workshop, Playwrights Horizons). He has also composed for the Columbia Ballet Collaborative, the Schoen Movement Company, and the International Contemporary Ensemble. His orchestral arrangements of cinematic music have been programmed by pops orchestras in the United States and Europe. He graduated from Columbia University in 2019 with a BA in Music and Mathematics.

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Celia Frey
(Lighting Designer)

Celia Frey is a Lighting Designer based in New York City. Off-Broadway Credits include: Shooting Celebrities (The American Vicarious), Man Cave (Page 73), Slow Food (Adirondack Theater Festival), Persuasion (Bedlam Theater Company). B.A. University of Michigan.

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Caterine Sanchez
(Costume Designer)

Caterine Sanchez is a NYC based artist, fashion designer, wardrobe stylist and dancer. Her eponymous womenswear line draws on delicate yet resilient floral motifs; breathtaking combinations of color reflecting the intricacy and vibrancy of nature. When crafting characters through wardrobe on set, Caterine Sanchez brings her knowledge of movement through dance, colors through art, and style through fashion design to create characters for the magical parallel universe of theater or film. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in General Fine Arts from Emily Carr University of Art and Design where she also developed her fine arts skills to create textiles for her clothing line; Caterine Sanchez. Today she lives and works in NYC dancing and building her fashion brand. She has performed in prestigious venues such as Madison Square Garden, Lincoln Center, Barclays Center, and Kings Theater. She's done wardrobe for productions from Netflix to the fabulous musical you're seeing today: Inconvenient Miracle! Her vibrant, original designs can be purchased through her website:

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Callie Considine
(Assistant Producer)

Callie Considine is an NYC-based director, stage manager, and theatre maker, and a Core Member of The Skeleton Rep(resents). She’s thrilled to make her debut as a producer! Notable directing credits include: The Antony and Cleopatra Project (McCarter Theatre), In the Red and Brown Water (Ithaca College Clark Theatre), Twelfth Night (Ithaca College Clark Theatre), and The Adventures of Pinocchio (Music Mountain Theatre). Notable SM credits include: Particular Matter(s) (The Shed), The Fairy Queen (The New School), Devices of Torture (The Skeleton Rep(resents)), This Sinking Island (Rising Sun), and The Winter’s Tale (Rude Grooms).

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Daniel Scarantino
(Stage Manager)

Daniel is an Actor, Singer and occasional Stage Manager living and working in NYC. Last seen in The Skeleton Rep's salon performance of Tracks (Simian) by John Bray, this is his first time working on the production side of things with TSR. He is sinfully proud of this exceptionally talented cast and crew. When he's not on a stage in NYC he can be found galavanting across the country at Renaissance festivals or swimming in Gin and Tonics at dimly lit piano bars. Find him online: @seasonmysoul.

Luzmyrna Crespo
(Fight Director)

Luzmyrna Crespo (she/her), born and raised in Central Florida and of Puerto Rican heritage earned her BFA in Theatre from New York University. She is a certified Actor-Combatant through the Society of American Fight Directors and has assisted Fight Master J. David Brimmer with a handful of Broadway and Off-Broadway shows as well as assisting classes in NYU. Credits include: Twelfth Night (Classical Studio), Richard III (Classical Studio), Sparta New Jersey Renaissance Festival (2020-2022), and various Motion Capture projects through ZeroSpace. You can see more of her combat work with the Sparta New Jersey Renaissance Festival in September or The Acting Company’s Winter Tour in October.

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Kal Leski

Kal Leski is a dancer, choreographer and teacher based in New York City. After they started dancing at their local studio in Colorado Springs at age 12, one tap class turned into years of training and at 19 they moved to NYC to complete the dance program at Marymount Manhattan College. They started teaching in 2014 and graduated with their BA in Dance Teaching Techniques from MMC in 2016. They also completed their 200 hour yoga teacher training in 2018. These programs were very formative to them as a movement educator. They have performed works by Cherice Barton, Alexander Ekman, Jamal Sims, Jessica Hendrix, Bill T. Jones, Sidra Bell, the 92nd Street Y Musical Theater Lab, Alberto del Saz, Suzanne McHugh, and BABEL. They have also danced with Al Blackstone, Nijawwon Matthews, Josh Prince, Ahmad Simmons, Charissa Barton, Joshua Bergasse, Catherine Cabeen, Elena Comendador, Anthony Ferro, Nancy Lushington, David Norsworthy, Kristen Carcone, Kelly Shaw, MADBOOTS’ Austin Diaz and Jonathan Campbell, Larry Keigwin, Loni Landon and more. Kal teaches with Dance Theatre of Harlem, Broadway Dance Center and BDC's Children & Teens Program, as well other studios on a freelance basis to share dance with a wide variety of people, including those without formal training. Kal enjoys teaching musical theatre, contemporary, jazz, jumps & turns/technique, improvisation and acrobatics. Creating a safe space to experience movement and dance is their top priority as an artist and they are constantly doing new workshops in order to continue their own learning. In spaces where there is trust there can be shared progress and joy!

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