Bryan Fox was born in Dubuque, Iowa, and has worked on both coasts in New York and LA. As an award winning writer, director, producer and actor of film, he also channels photography as an extension of these narrative crafts, offering a multidisciplinary vantage point. This marks his first time directing a stage production, and is thrilled to debut this work with "Malicious Bunny."
Bryan Fox Director
Bianca Collins was quick to adopt the stage as her playground, performing for her family at the age of three. Bianca built an illustrious stage career at a young age, which evolved into a focus on film and television, with leads, recurring roles, and guest stars tucked under her belt.
Bianca took sabbaticals from her education at The University of Southern California to continue working as an actress. She currently holds degrees in Sociology and Screenwriting.
Bianca stepped in as Festival Director for Love International Film Festival in 2016 with a full heart, dedicated and inspired by its mission to bring healing through cinema to impoverished children across the globe.
Malicious Bunny is the first play Bianca has produced and marks her return to theater - almost two decades in the making. She is eternally inspired by the human desire to express and the power of intent.
Bianca Collins Producer
Ashley Eisenhauer (Producer), has been performing on stage and film most of her life. She can be seen on “Friends”, “General Hospital” and various Disney shows as well as the films “Americano” and “Beautiful”. Some of her favorite theater roles include Val in A Chorus Line, Sandy in Grease, and the title role in Cinderella. She was also awarded the honor of Miss Illinois 1997 travelling as a motivational speaker and vocalist for special events.
Ashley Eisenhauer Producer
Natalie began in theater as a kid and grew into television and film. She has been on both sides of the camera and recently won Best Actress for her leading role in Love and Hostages in Miami, FL. Her acting credits also include Burn Notice and the USA pilot “The Arrangement”. Natalie has been a production assistant on countless films and this marks her first time as stage manager for a play.
Natalie Stavola Stage Manager
Kirsten got her theatrical start with PPJT at age eleven. In 2007, at age sixteen, she won the National Youth Theater Award for her Costume Design of The Ash Girl. At UC San Diego she helped found a student Shakespeare troupe and worked with The Players, Muir Musical and the Theater Department's annual productions. She is currently living in Los Angeles, working at Paramount Pictures and as a Freelance Tech in the LA entertainment industry.
Kirsten Turkle Costume Design
Noelle is an LA and OC based Sound Designer and Audio Engineer, and is a graduate from UCLA. Previous credits include The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle (Son of Semele Theatre), Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (National Tour; McCoy Rigby Ent.), American Idiot (DOMA Theatre Co.), The Full Monty, Hello Dolly, and Once on This Island (3D Theatricals). Follow her @smoresound.
Noelle Sammour Sound Design
Born and raised in the city of Dubai, Anwesha is a graduate of the USC School of Architecture with both a Bachelor and a Masters degree.
She has been fortunate enough to work on projects ranging from Luxury Residential and Commercial, to Modular and Set Design.
She is well versed in producing conceptual sketches, building documentation and executing the necessary steps in schematic design, design development, operating building and planning submissions.
Anwesha Kundu Set Design
Shawna is a Los Angeles based stage manager and regular technician at The Actors Company. Shawna holds a BA in Theatre from Cal State Northridge and also spent a year at sea working on cruise ships. See her next stage managing CITIZEN: AN AMERICAN LYRIC (Fountain Theatre) as part of Center Theatre Group’s Block Party at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Shawna is pleased and proud to be joining forces with such creative artists and thanks Marianne for EVERYTHING.
Shawna Voragen Board Technician
Martha Carter is based out of Los Angeles, California. She has obtained her MFA in Lighting Designer from the University of California at Irvine. Martha enjoys collaborating and working with ensemble companies to create new work that insight positive change within communities. Some of her recent credits include: Intimate Apparel at Chapman University, Chorus Line at The Chance Theater, Romeo and Juliet at Great River Shakespeare Festival, Peter Pan in Panama City Panama.
Martha Carter Light Design
Ryan Cartony is an alum of UC San Diego, UCLA, and Boston University. He first started theater in undergrad, focusing on design and writing, before moving on to graduate study in screenwriting and television production. He’s thrilled to be returning to theater for the first time in Los Angeles. He lives in Hollywood with his girlfriend and his cat, and works as a writer and freelancer in television and new media.