Ana Candida Carneiro is an award-winning and published Brazilian-Italian playwright. She grew up in Brazil and lived fifteen years in Italy, before immigrating to the USA in 2015.
- Translations of contemporary plays from around the world
- Space from non-Western perspectives and practices
- Experimental and alternative dramaturgies
Hortense Gerardo is a writer and anthropologist. Current projects include a focus on secular humanist integration in systemic design engineering, and a new, romantic comedy web series featuring Asian-American and Pacific Islander characters in lead roles.
- Those invisible in mainstream theatre
- Storytelling that opens to new ways of seeing the world
- Thrillingly memorable performances that transcend our current times
Sara Horatius is a native of Boston. She currently practices immigration law and works as an Adjunct Instructor at Roxbury Community College where she teaches courses in the criminal justice and paralegal programs.
- Race/women issues
Ingrid Oslund is a queer, feminist theater maker with the goal of creating bold, innovative experiences that excite and challenge audiences.
- Holistic, immersive theater experiences.
- Representation of fluid, queer sexuality
- Plays that connect text and the physical body
Takeo Rivera is a playwright and assistant professor in English and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Boston University.
- Greater representation of the under-represented
- Community accessibility.
- Experimentation with genre and form.
Jaymes Sanchez is a Texan playwright, actor, director, and educator who lives and works in the Boston area. Jaymes's work portrays the complex, poetic, and underrepresented lives of people of color and the urban working class.
- The stories of people of color
- The stories of the urban working class
- Using the magic of the theater to empower the dis-empowered