poster creativeteam

is a privately financed bi-coastal production company dedicated to
bridging the worlds of stage and screen. WHITE PEOPLE marks
the company's debut stage production and will be followed by
the theatrical release of its first feature film SHERMAN'S WAY
( due out in theaters this March.
Other upcoming projects include the Broadway musical PONZI’S SCHEME
(based on Mitchell Zuckoff’s acclaimed Random House book), the feature
adaptation of Josh Hartwell's CONTRIVED ENDING and Gary Sunshine’s MOSCOWS (loosely based on Chekhov’s THREE SISTERS).

JOHN McDERMOTT (Scenic) Recent shows include "Light Lunch"
at the FleaTheater, "Prayer For My Enemy" at Playwrights Horizons.
Upcoming: "Sessions" at the Agonquin Theater, "Lady Day at Emerson's
Bar and Grill" at the Bickford Theater, "Blood Type Ragu" at the
Actor's Playhouse", "Kaspar Hauser" at the Flea, "The Singing Forest"
at the Public, "Gingerbread House" at Rattlestick. Some favorite past
shows include "Saved or Destroyed", "Lady", "American Sligo",
"Cagelove" at Rattlestick, "Play Yourself" at New York Theater
Workshop, "Vengeance" and "Spin" at the Cherry Lane. "Bingo
With The Indians", "The Break Up/The Happy Sad" at the Flea.

MICHAEL SHARPE (Costume Designer) has collaborated on
numerous film, television, and Broadway & regional theatre
productions, both in the United States and abroad. A few notable
credits include: Bunraku (film), John Adams (television miniseries/
Emmy winner), World Trade Center (film), Wicked (Broadway/
Chicago /London musical/Tony winner), King Lear (Lincoln Center
play/Tony nominee), Into the Woods (Broadway musical/Tony
nominee), 42nd Street (Amsterdam musical), Kate & Leopold (film),
The First Wives’ Club (film), Jekyll and Hyde (Broadway musical/
Tony nominee), The School for Scandal (Broadway play), among many
others. A native of North Carolina, he currently resides in New York.

ELIZABETH RHODES (Sound Designer) New York credits include
the world premiere of Steve Martin's adaptation of THE UNDERPANTS,
the premieres of John Patrick Shanley's DIRTY STORY and SAILOR SONG. LAByrinth credits include Stephen Belber's A SMALL MELODRAMATIC
STORY and Robert Glaudini's DUTCH HEART OF MAN. Other New York
credits include Chuck Mee's PARIDISE PARK with dir. Daniel Fish
(Public Lab); Future Me with original music by Stew (SPF); THE
WINTER'S TALE with dir. Barry Edelstein (CSC); TRIAL BY WATER
(Ma-Yi); A SOLDIER'S WIFE (The Mint); Regional credits include Lee
Blessing's WINNING STREAK (George Street Playhouse), STONES IN HIS POCKETS (Alley Theatre), and THE COLORED MUSEUM (Crossroads).

PERRY STREET THEATRICALS (General Management; David Elliott
& Martin Platt, Co-Directors) In their sixth year producing and/or general managing in New York. Their projects have included In The Continuum
(OBIE and Outer Critics Circle Awards); Gareth Armstrong’s Shylock;
and Sallie Bingham’s Treason. Also An Oak Tree by Tim Crouch (OBIE award winner), Athol Fugard’s Exits and Entrances /(Edinburgh), The Exonerated,
and Bebe Neuwirth in Here Lies Jenny. Mr. Platt was previously co-director
of Fifth Amendment Ltd (UK) producing and/or general managing in the
West End and on tour in the UK and Europe from 1991-2001. Future
PST projects include Diane Amsterdam’s Iken’s Perversion, and
Ken Ross’s Breaker Morant.

GABRIEL HAINER EVANSOHN (Production Manager) is a designer, production manager and technical director who has worked with various companies throughout NYC including the Atlantic Theater Company,
Abingdon Theater Company, Target Margin, Disgraced Productions, NY
Fringe festival and Woodshed Collective. He is a founding member and
co-artistic director of Woodshed Collective. Currently he works as the
Stage 2 Production Manager for the Atlantic Theater Company and
the Resident Scenic and Lighting Designer for the Atlantic Acting School.

KATE HEFEL (Production Stage Manager) Off-Broadway: Wig Out!
(Vineyard Theatre), Hunting and Gathering (Primary Stages), A Hard
Heart (Epic Theatre, with Kathleen Chalfant), In The Continuum (Primary
Stages, National & International Tours), Great Expectations (Lucille Lortel,
with Kathleen Chalfant), Stopping Traffic (Vineyard Theatre), Sidd (New
World Stages), Oedipus at Palm Springs (New York Theatre Workshop),
Slag Heap (Cherry Lane Theatre). Also in NYC: ETHEL’s TruckStop
(BAM), The Christmas Spectacular (Radio City Productions). Regional
Highlights: Of Thee I Sing (Bard Summerscape), The Night Season
(Bay Street Theatre, with Katherine Helmond), Hedwig and the
Angry Inch (Broadway Theatre, Chicago). Other Tours: A Christmas
Carol (Nebraska Theatre Caravan). Kate is a proud member of
Actor’s Equity Association.

CARRIE GARDNER (Casting) Broadway: A Man For All Seasons,
Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Spring Awakening (Also National Tour).
Off-Broadway: Language of Trees, Marriage of Bette & Boo, Speech &
Debate, The Overwhelming, 10 Million Miles (Atlantic Theatre Company)
Cycling Past the Matterhorn Regional: 3 Musketeers (Chicago
Shakespeare Theatre) Viva la Vida (Bay Street Theatre), Darwin in
Malibu (Bay Street Theatre).

Hairspray (2003 Tony Award for Best Musical); Rent (1996 Pulitzer
Prize and Tony Award for Best Musical) ; New York Theatre Workshop; Performance Space 122; Intar, Les Freres Corbusier, Transport Group,
Edge Theater; the musical theatre productions of New York City Opera,
and the dance companies produced by the Joyce Theatre as well as Aspen
Little Dog Laughed, The Wedding Singer, Barefoot in the Park, In
My Life, Souvenir, Measure for Measure (Shakespeare's Globe),
Twelfth Night (Shakespeare's Globe); Golda's Balcony; I Am My Own
Wife (2004 Pulitzer Prize); bash; Blown Sideways Through Life;
The Crucible (with Liam Neeson and Laura Linney) ; Death of a
Salesman (50th anniversary production with Brian Dennehy);
Dirty Blonde; Golden Child; Jekyll & Hyde; Jelly's Last Jam (with
Gregory Hines); Largo Desolato by Vaclav Havel; Long Day's Journey
Into Night (with Vanessa Redgrave, Brian Dennehy, Philip Seymour
Hoffman, and Robert Sean Leonard); Metamorphoses; A Moon for the Misbegotten (with Cherry Jones and Gabriel Byrne); The Most
Fabulous Story Ever Told; My Fair Lady (with Richard Chamberlain);
Omnium Gatherum; One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (with Gary
Sinise) ; Ricky Jay & His 52 Assistants; The Shape of Things; Shopping
and Fucking; Snakebit; The Thing About Men; tick, tick…BOOM!;
The Vagina Monologues; The Will Rogers Follies (with Keith Carradine
and Mickey Rooney); and You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown . Mr.
Kornberg was general press representative for Joseph Papp and
the New York Shakespeare Festival where he worked on hundreds
of shows, including A Chorus Line, The Pirates of Penzance, and Free
Shakespeare in Central Park.