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TRICIA MANCUSO PARKS
Founder & Co-Artistic Director
Tricia is a creative professional, an actor/theatre director/producer/creator/choreographer.
Tricia is an active member of AEA & SAG-AFTRA.
Tricia is also the owner and senior art rep of BurritoBoards Creative.
Lee Douglass is a NYC-based writer/director, filmmaker and theater artist. Her current projects include the full-length production of Jyo en, the Japanese operetta, Daughter of the Samurai, a new opera, The Elvis Presley Game Show, a rock and roll musical romp, Utterance, an new original work and The Lear Sisters, the Lear story as seen through the eyes of the three sisters. www.ladougla.com and please visit https://www.unshoutthenoise.org/
Creative Development Director & Educational Programming
Madeline Austin has over 20 years’ experience in commercial producing, theater administration, nonprofit management, fundraising, education and performance. For two years, she led The Shakespeare Society as Executive Director overseeing large-scale events and educational programming. Her producing credits include: the Off-Broadway run of Maybe Baby, It’s You directed by Jeremy Dobrish; The Invested directed by Ron Canada; Stealing Sweets and Punching People directed by Michael Sexton; and Spin Off directed by Ron Canada. Madeline also worked with the legendary Jerry Schoenfeld at The Shubert Organization for over a decade, and as a production assistant for Tony Award winning producer Jane Harmon.
She served on the Artistic Advisory Council for Naked Angels in NY, the Board of Directors for KEEN NY, and is a member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA . madelineaustin.com
Associate Producer & Events Director
Clare has over 20 years experience managing large, complex projects. Clare started her career in consumer card transaction services as a mainframe programmer eventually leading to a two-year stint building and leading a 40 person card-migration team in the UK. Throughout her career, Clare held multiple roles in financial services such as a Product Manager of Payments and Receivables, COO / Strategic Program Manager, and most recently built and led a Project Management Office (PMO) managing large programs impacting a cross section of financial services products.
In addition to project management skills, Clare enjoys acting, writing and photography, and is the owner of more than 800 books. Clare has been PMP (Project Management Professional) certified since 2011.
Creative Women Associated Artists & Artistic Advisors
CAROLYN KAY CARSON
CAROLINE M. POWELL
CHRISTOPHER D. WHITE
PHOTO CREDITS: Chase Gilbertson, Teddy Jefferson, Ed Parada, Corey Rogers, Katrin Talbot
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