TRICIA MANCUSO PARKS
Founder Creative Women, Director, Actor & Creative Professional
Tricia's work as a theatre director, producer and choreographer includes Divinity of Hell, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Othello, an adaptation of Jean Paul Sartre’s short story, Intimacy, and original theatre/dance pieces CageDancers and The Kollwitz Project.
As an actor, Tricia has appeared in numerous theater, TV and film productions. mancusoparks.nyc
Tricia is the founding president of BurritoBoards Creative and a member of SAG-AFTRA & AEA.
Co-Founder Creative Women, Writer, Director, Theatre, Film
Lee Douglass is a NYC-based writer/director, filmmaker and theater artist. Her films include The Life You Save May Be Your Own, Use Me and the award-winning Birdboy. Lee has penned numerous screenplays including Kingdom by the Sea, currently in development with Axial Pictures in Los Angeles. Her eclectic theater work includes directing productions of Cowboy Mouth, Happy Days, Hello, My Name Is… and her own plays, Short Pants and a work in progress production of the original Japanese dance drama, JYOU EN. Lee earned her BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and was a Directing Fellow in the MFA program at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles.
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 written by Bernard Pomerance and 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. Ms. Austin 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.
Carrie is a Producer, Director and Screenwriter. She wrote and directed Asockalypse, a Sci-Fi comedy feature film (Asockalypse.com) released through Amazon.com; and wrote, directed and animated internet video show pilots, “Animals Vs Battlebots” and “Dis n’ Bitz” for ABC’s Digital Stage 9. As a producer, her credits include The Invested, 4th Street Theatre, NY and Spin Off, The Riverside Theatre, NY. Carrie Schoenfeld is also a singer /songwriter for Energy Whores, an indie folk electronic band (Energywhores.com) whose songs are currently on iTunes, Amazon, Apple Music and other digital music websites as well as Jango international music radio. In addition to working with the University of Hartford Engineering School to develop a Magnetic Turbine Generator, Carrie has been involved with Internet video and website design for more than 15 years. Projects include work with Wurbble.com, Lolatext.com, idesk101.com, the Eliran Murphy Group, Rave Advertising, and Getageek.com. As a member of Scenic Artist Union Local 829, Carrie also painted sets for movies, Broadway shows, “Saturday Night Live” and the Metropolitan Opera. Her work has been shown internationally and at LaMama Galleria, Gershwin Gallery, Susan Cooper Fine Art, Montserrat Gallery and Kent Fine Art Gallery. Carrie’s current paintings can be seen at carrieschoenfeld.com. She is an alumnus of The Hartford Art School.