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Steph Del Rosso’s plays include Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill, 53% Of, Are You There?, Machinalia, Flee, Sister Play, and Mean Well. Her work has been produced or developed at Soho Rep, Clubbed Thumb, JACK, The Flea, New York Stage and Film, Colt Coeur, The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, Judson Memorial Church, Caldera Arts, Theater Masters, The Disquiet International Literary Program in Lisbon, Portugal, and others. She is an alum of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab and Clubbed Thumb’s Early Career Writers’ Group, and a New Georges Affiliated Artist. As an educator, she has taught creative writing classes and workshops all over New York City as well as in Chicago, Central Oregon, and at UCSD, Northwestern, and Yale University. She is currently pursuing her MFA in Playwriting at UCSD, where she studies with Naomi Iizuka.
Marina McClure creates emotionally charged theater, opera, and spectacles by fusing striking visual design and physical work with performers. She collaborates with multicultural performers to bring diverse stories (including from Iraq, Cambodia, Ukraine, South Africa, China, and Afghanistan) to American and international audiences. She helms the multidisciplinary art lab The New Wild and is a resident director at The Flea Theater. Recent: Tear a Root from the Earth, a new musical for Afghanistan in collaboration with Qais Essar and Gramophonic (New Ohio’s Ice Factory; Kennedy Center); Kalean Ung’s Letters from Home (ISC in Los Angeles; UC San Diego); Leisure, Lust (Art House; The Mount). She collaborated on CasablancaBox (2017 Drama Desk Nomination for Unique Theatrical Experience) and directed Wing It! a giant puppet parade and large-scale community performance for the Tony-winning Handspring Puppet Company in celebration of South Africa’s National Day of Reconciliation. She is currently directing an episodic adaptation of Italo Calvino’s Cosmicomics as a part of The Flea’s new initiative for young audiences, Cereals, and is developing a performance for Caveat’s Talks Progress Administration series. Marina teaches directing at The National Theater Institute at the O’Neill and frequently directs at Dartmouth College and NYU-Tisch. MFA: CalArts. www.marinamcclure.com