ANA VERDE is a writer, director and dramaturg. Alongside her creative work, Ana works at an arts non-profit where she collaborates with her team to design various artist residency and artist support programs year-round. Recently, Ana directed a web series called NEXT MOVE written by Julia Tolchin and Samantha Bowen, and she was the dramaturg on Lucy Atkinson’s production of Testament by Tristan Bernays. Twitter: @anaverde
JAMES WYRWICZ is a writer and director. In the past, James has shown work at University Settlement, Dixon Place, the Brick, the streets of Midtown and a rooftop in Queens. Currently, James is in pre-production with Talking Back Pictures and director/co-writer Jenna Rossman for a short film. IG: @jmw1333
ABIGAIL BROSH is a queer-identifying creator, editor and screenwriter, passionate about bringing the stories of those with marginalized voices to life. She earned her degree from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. She’s a particularly avid comedy writer and self proclaimed super-nerd, whose work has been featured in festivals such as SeriesFest, Austin Comedy Short Film Festival, ITVFest and LA Lift-off Online Film Festival (where her web series Dru’s Podcast for the End of the World was selected as a semifinalist). She recently worked as an editor for Chap.Three on their 52 episode opus City Kitties, which featured stories from all female screenwriters, directed by female directors and which had an entirely female cast, crew and creative team. She co-hosts the podcast Based on a True Fiction. Abigail has also written for Fox and Disney.
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