STEVEN J. SATTA (Director) Steven serves as Iron Crow Theatre’s Artistic Director and is a founding member. To date, Iron Crow Theatre is Baltimore’s only queer theatre company. Previously, Steven spent 15 years in New York City as a professional actor and teaching artist for such companies as the National Actor’s Theatre, Irondale Ensemble Project, National Shakespeare Company, and Theatre for a New Audience. He acts, coaches, and directs at various theatres locally and created and co-directs Towson Theatre Infusion, which places Towson students into local high schools as teaching artists. He holds a B.F.A. in Acting from New York University and both an M.F.A. in Acting and a University Diploma in Voice Teaching, from York University in Toronto.

RICH ESPEY (Playwright) How many people does it take to create a play? Besides Steve and everyone at Iron Crow, I am deeply indebted to and grateful for the work of Howard Berkowitz, Marianne Angelella, Mark Scharf, Nancy Murray, Emily Sucher, Dustin Morris, Alex Hewett, Genevieve de Mahy, Alec Weinberg, Gina Braden, Kristy Simmons and the Spooky Action reading cast, Ollie Jack and the London reading cast, Christian Parker and the Kenyon Playwrights Conference, Janna Segal  and the Comparative Drama Conference, Juanita Rockwell and the Ko Festival of Performance, The Dramatists Guild of America, my Playwrights Gym friends (DW Gregory, George Purefoy Tilson, Kitty Felde, Juliana Avery, Mary Watters, Bob Bartlett, Renee Colarco, David Robinson Mitchell, Liz Maestri, Patrick Bussink and Carol Burbank), Britt Olsen-Ecker, Jonathan Jensen, Abram Foster, Bill Kamberger , Nancy Kelso, Lea Billingsley, Anne Meredith McCaw, Lee Liebeskind, Jenn Book Haselswerdt, Ryan Maxwell and the wonderful Inkwell cast, Jessica Burgess, Michael Bigelow Dixon, Jim Magruder and most of all Paul Cora. For more: www.richespey.net 

BECCA ADLEBERG (Stage Manager) Becca is thrilled to be working on her first production with Iron Crow. She is currently in her Junior Year at Towson University studying acting and psychology. Previous credits include: Director, Vagina Talk (Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival), Actor, Carolee Bad Kids (Towson University). Thanks to mom and dad for your support, and for understanding that she cannot pick up the phone when she's in rehearsal.

CHRISTOPHER FLINT (Lighting Designer) is a Baltimore native and is excited to join Iron Crow for his first show with the company. He currently is the Technical Director at Gilman School, where his design credits include Spamalot, Biloxi Blues, The Canterville Ghost, Damn Yankees, The Government Inspector, How to Succeed In Business without Really Trying, Tartuffe, and The Witch of Blackbird Pond. He has also designed for Fells Point Corner Theatre (Heine Goochems) and Franklin & Marshall College (On the Verge, Seussical, Little Shop of Horrors, The Rover, Twelfth Night, Six Characters in Search of an Author, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Welcome to the Moon, and Cabaret).

SAMANTHA BLOOM (Costume Designer) is a Baltimore born costume designer who graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art. Samantha has worked with several Baltimore theaters such as the Annex Theatre Company, Single Carrot Theatre and Baltimore Rock Opera Society. She currently is the assistant designer for Chesapeake Shakespeare Company and can be reached at samanthabloom@comcast.net.   To view her portfolio go to www.samanthabloomart.com. 

MOLLIE SINGER (Set Designer) Mollie is thrilled to be working with this incredible team of artists at Iron Crow Theatre.  Recent Credits include: It's a Wonderful Life (HCC's Arts Collective, properties), Venus in Fur (Rep Stage, properties), The Understudy (Everyman Theatre, Asst. Scenic Design), Between Trains (Towson University, Scenic Design).  Upcoming work includes Sunset Baby (Rep Stage, Properties, Asst. Costume Design), Blithe Spirit (Everyman Theatre, Asst. Scenic Design), and Well of Horniness with Iron Crow Theatre (Scenic Design).  She is a recent graduate of Towson University and holds a B.S. in Theatre: Design & Production, and a B.S. in Fine Arts.  

TRAVIS LEVASSEUR (Projection Designer) Travis is a new media artist living and working in Baltimore, MD. His work has been Exhibited at Vox Populi in Philadelphia and Rock15Devil in Baltimore. Previously, Travis worked with Iron Crow Theatre in various capacities on The Homo Poe Show and Bareback Ink. Most recently he designed the projections for 4.48 Psychosis back in October 2014. You can find examples of his work at: http://vimeo.com/travislevasseur. 

NICK GENNA (Props Master) Nick is  a graduate of Towson University with a BS in Theatre Design and production and is currently an Artistic Associate with Iron Crow Theatre Company.  As an SM His Iron Crow Credits include Bareback Inc, The Homo Poe Show and Act A Lady. For BALTIMORE CONCERT OPERA: Amleto, The Pearl Fishers, Macbeth, Tosca by Puccini and Cosi Fan Tutte. For TOWSON UNIVERSITY THEATRE DEPARTMENT: Machinal  and Spring Awakening and for TOWSON UNIVERSITY MUSIC DEPARTMENT: Die Fledermaus and Into The Woods.  ASM Credits include REP STAGE The Fantasticks.

JONATHAN JENSEN (Composer) Maryland-born composer, songwriter and instrumentalist Jonathan Jensen leads a multi-faceted musical life as a bassist for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, pianist for folk and ballroom dancing and mandolist with the Baltimore Mandolin Quartet.  He has written arrangements and original works for the BSO (including a 2013 Super Bowl fight song that got over 50,000 views on Youtube), dance tunes that have been recorded and played on several continents, and songs for anyone who will sing them. With Rich Espey he is working on "Do It Now", a musical about William Donald Schaefer's years as mayor of Baltimore.

CALE PASCUAL (Filmmaker) Cale is a writer, director, and actor born in the American South and raised in the American desert. A recent attendee of the London Film School, Cale is founder of Rōnōmet Films. Cale is thrilled to collaborate with Iron Crow Theatre. He has committed himself to making films that uplift through unflinching observation of the myriad shades of darkness and light that comprise our experience.