The Creative Team 💙
Adam Parrish has been writing plays since high school, when he and two friends wrote and produced Inherit the Mockingbird (which, as you might have guessed, was a satirical amalgamation of Inherit the Wind and To Kill a Mockingbird). He received a B.A. in Theater and English from Wesleyan University, where he studied playwriting under Maria Irene Fornes, and then interned at the Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati. Other plays include Abomination!, Everything Ends, Fusion, The Gospel According to Adam, Wife Swap, and Zeus Theory. Adam is also a professional bridge player (yes, such a thing exists) and has published several books and articles on bridge. He grew up in Cincinnati and currently lives in New York City. || www.adamparrish.us
Catie Davis is a NYC-based director who has worked in theaters across NYC and around the world. Recent directing credits include Pregnancy Pact (NYU), Where’s Charley? (The Riverside Theatre), and Empath (Theaterlab). She has worked as an associate director on the Broadway productions of Company, Moulin Rouge, and Beetlejuice. Other associate directing: Ben Platt Live from Radio City Music Hall (Netflix), The Public Theater, Roundabout Theatre Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. She is a 2018 Manhattan Theatre Club Directing Fellow, a Lincoln Center Directors Lab alum, and a proud member of SDC. Catie is actively involved in the creation and development of multiple new theatrical projects, and believes the future of theater lies in works that engage with the modern world. She has developed work with writing teams Kate Thomas & Joey Contreras; Eli Kaplan-Wildmann, Yonatan Cnaan & Andrew Zachary Cohen; and Vince Burwell & James Sasser, among others. Current: Le Comte Noir, steaming online through a collaboration with Manhattan School of Music and Super Awesome Friends.
Music Director and Arranger
Sinai Tabak is an NYC-based music director, pianist, and arranger, and recently served as the associate conductor of The Cher Show on Broadway. Select regional credits include Sound of Music (Music Supervisor, Asolo Rep), Bliss (5th Avenue), Footloose (Kennedy Center), Paint Your Wagon (Muny), Evita (Asolo Rep), Josephine (Asolo Rep), Guys and Dolls (Asolo Rep and Old Globe), Les Misérables (Dallas Theater Center), Bells Are Ringing (Berkshire Theater Festival), The Rocky Horror Show (Bucks County Playhouse), Johnny Baseball (Williamstown Theatre Festival). Other credits include Stars of David (DR2 Theater), Goldstein (Actors Temple), workshops of Los Otros (59E59), The Total Bent (Public Theater), American Psycho, Family Album (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), and Damascus Square, and the film version of Hello Again. Sinai received a degree in Music Theory and Composition from NYU.
David Bengali is a projection, media, and lighting designer based in New York City. Selected recent and upcoming designs include: 1776 (A.R.T. / National Tour / Roundabout); Circle Jerk (Fake Friends); Only You Will Understand The Signal (HERE); Twilight: LA 1992 (Signature Theatre); Einstein's Dreams (Prospect/59E59 - Drama Desk Nomination); Looking At You (Opera On Tap / HERE); We Live In Cairo (A.R.T); Girls (Yale Rep); Van Gogh’s Ear (Ensemble for the Romantic Century - Drama Desk Nomination); The Great Leap (Atlantic Theater Co.); Frankenstein (Dallas Theater Center); Rockin' Road To Dublin (National Tour); The Temple Bombing (Alliance Theatre); Uncommon Sense (Tectonic Theater Project); Anna Akhmatova (Brooklyn Academy of Music); Jules Verne From The Earth To The Moon (Brooklyn Academy of Music); Bound (Fresh Squeezed Opera); Conference of the Birds (Anikaya Dance / Boston Center for the Arts / Arts Emerson); MFA: NYU.
Evan Bernardin Productions
Evan Bernardin Productions is a general management firm specializing in consulting and management for theatrical productions. Select Off-Broadway: Afterglow, safeword, Must, Diaspora. Touring: Million Dollar Quartet, Charlie Brown Christmas, Counting Sheep (International Tour). Other: The Dodgers (LA), We Are The Tigers (Ovation Nomination), The Navigator (NYT Critics Pick). EBP has worked with Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BCEFA), the New York Musical Festival (NYMF), Fringe (NY & LA), and the Workshop Theatre Company; collaborative projects include performances at Lincoln Center, The United Nations, The Harvard Club, Georgetown’s Gaston Hall, The Culture Project, The Ohio Theatre, Cornell University, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art