Sandi Becker - Stage Manager
Sandi Becker strikes fear into the hearts of the weak and foolish. She has retractable fangs. And, due to a recurring battle with Early Onslaught Lycanthropy, has become a passionate advocate for promoting tolerance to Werewolfism in school age children. She can kill you with a look, and if you are not in bed by 9 o’clock, she’ll come to you in the darkness, slip you into a bag made from cat skin, and take you to her moldy, mildewed lair. What will happen there? No one has lived to tell the tale.
Listen to her Stage Worthy Podcast Interview: stageworthypodcast.com/sandi-becker/
Dylan Trowbridge - Director (Brimstone McReedy, Space Opera Zero)
Dylan Trowbridge is the Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, and so his father knew he would never come to no good. When he turned 13, his father saw that the change was a gunna come, and locked Dylan deep down in the earthen cellar of the family domicile to prevent the boy from a doing harm to the other kith and kin. Well, that young Dylan, he cried piteously for the first night or two, but once that gibbous moon turned to full, all that weeping and a wailing started to sound more like a growling and a howling, and that's when the Trowbridge family knew the youngest of their clan could never be let out of the hole. They fed him by dropping scraps of raw meat through the cracks in floorboards, and that kept the monster happy for nigh on seven years. But after that, that damned thing in the cellar got to big to be kept there, and one night it broke out... And what happened after that, most folks are too scared to say.
Melanie McNeill - Designer of Evil
Melanie is a set and costume designer who created the non-Euclidian, mad-blasted, architecturally anomalous, temple of unholy abomination, known to the students at Miskatonic University as the Pit with a Thousand Steps. Her efforts on this project won her two Dora Mavor Moore Awards, a pickled Siamese twin in a mayonnaise jar, and a thirty-year stint in a padded room at Ravenscrag Asylum for the Mentally Deranged. It is said that her fingernails are made of needles, and to look into her eyes is to see one's darkest, most secret fears writ large across the sky, in words penned in streaks of lightning. I have feared many dark things in my life. But I fear Melanie most of all.
Adrianna is a dead, red-headed girl who lurks in the bottom of an old, dry well. And if you throw a penny in, and whisper a little wish, she scoops your words up, in her cracked, grey hands, and swallows them, chewing your dreams into tiny, broken little pieces, so they can never come true. That's why, some nights, when you can't sleep and you are all alone in the darkness, you almost hear the empty sussurrus of distant cackling. That is Dead Adrianna, at the bottom of the well, giggling maniacally over your masticated dreams. @adriannap www.adrianna-prosser.com
Artistic Director of the Uncanny: Eric Woolfe
Marketing Monster + Director of the Canny: Adrianna Prosser
Designer of Evil: Melanie McNeill
Board of Directors
Samara Nicholds, president
Eric Woolfe - Artistic Director of the Uncanny
Adrianna Prosser - Marketing Monster + Director of the Canny
Eric Woolfe was born the bastard child of an itinerant sideshow contortionist, and a door-to-door alienist. He began his career at the age of eight and three quarters, when a national famine forced him to follow his mother's twisted feet into show business. Following failed careers as a learned pig tamer, flea circus promoter, and gaffed armless calligrapher, he formed Eldritch Theatre after losing a bar bet. He is now an actor, writer and puppeteer, as well as being a noted spiritualist huckster. He is often visited by the ghost of his beloved miniature schnauzer, Schubert, who offers Mister Woolfe valuable career advice, such as “You should chase more squirrels," and “You better hide in the basement when there is thunder outside.” Mr Woolfe has my credits, projects and award nominations, but his favourite by far is George A Romero's maritime western zombie masterpiece, Survival of the Dead. @EricWoolfe
Listen to his Stage Worthy Podcast Interview: stageworthypodcast.com/eric-woolfe/