Christine Renee Miller (Director) is one of the most respected solo show directors in New York City. Her recent solo show directing credits include Liz Sipes’ Bug Bite (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Melinda Buckley’s MOTHER (Fringe NYC “Best of the Fest” at The C.O.W.), Mary Dimino’s Scared Skinny (Fringe NYC Outstanding Solo Show Award) and Big Dummy (Fringe NYC, United Solo Winner), Michelle Glick’s Asian Belle (MITF Audience Award), Drug Buddy (Asst. Dir., Cherry Lane Theater), National Abolition Hall of Fame, and In Your Company (Colgate University).
Christine’s acting highlights include Alpha House (Amazon Prime Original series), DONOR (official selection at BAFF, NY Shorts Fest, NYIFF, WillFilm, HollyShorts), The Cycle (HBO short films finalist). A writer, producer, and performer of two solo shows, Baby Cow and Such Nice Shoes, she’s currently collaborating with Emmy winning writer, Matthew Hoverman, teaching solo show writing in their GO-SOLO classes.
Julia Sun (Writer & Performer) is a TV personality, host and anchor. A native of Silicon Valley, she was an engineer and investment banker until someone in a New York City bar told her that appearing on television is also a real job.
Julia currently understudies veteran TV host Jane King (ex-CNN) as part of LilaMax Media in Times Square, NYC, where she can be seen on more than 50 ABC, NBC, FOX and CBS affiliate stations across America. She’s also a correspondent at Ebru TV (Dish Network & RCN Cable). She began her on-air career in 2010 hosting nationally syndicated lifestyle show and interviewing celebrities on the red carpet.
Julia studied theatre with New York’s legendary performance coach JoAnna Beckson, who turned theatrical magic into Julia’s guilty pleasure at night. Off-Broadway: Den of Thieves (written by Pulitzer winner Stephen Adly Guirgis), Race Music and Los Banditos. Regional: My Fair Lady, Evita, Miss Saigon, South Pacific, 4000 Miles, etc.
Jolynn Carpenter (Associate Producer & Creative) is a multi-talented producer, writer and actor based in New York, New York. She is known for her work onstage and on camera, in addition to her work in comic books. She also is a dramaturg when necessary, but says this is more of a side thing.
Joanne Groshardt (Associate Producer & Creative) has been a creator of the arts for nearly 20 years, most notably as a screenwriter since 1998. Her screenplays have won multiple competitions and have been produced. She is a self-confessed charity-holic and is out saving the world when she isn't writing.
Tim Schuebel (Associate Producer & Creative) is an actor, writer, director, and producer in New York City. His Wyeth has brought him both in front of and behind the camera, as well as on stage. He is known for his always fast-paced and sometimes shocking comedic writing style.
Michael Walter (Associate Producer & Creative) is a New York City based writer. His collection of plays, “Shorties: Ten Short Funny Plays,” appeared in 2014, and he’s penning a collection of essays about photography and theater. Additionally, he has worked in magazine publishing and other creative environments. Favorite professional moment to date? Helping to light Elizabeth Taylor’s film costumes for Christie’s “The Collection of Elizabeth Taylor” sale in 2011. He holds an M.A. in writing from Portland State University. This is his first production.