JULIANNE FRANZ (Director/Sound Design): Julianne is the Producing Artistic Director of Baltimore Performance Kitchen presenting and creating free theater and dance that explore big questions in order to incite meaningful exchanges. As director, designer, performer, producer, teacher, and stage manager, Julianne has been committed to theater-making in Baltimore and creative community organizing for more than 20 years. She brings credits which span all performance forms and include work with Center Stage, Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Mass MoCA, Glimmerglass Opera, Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, and Salzburg Music Festival. Julianne is an Open Society Institute Community Fellow. She is a graduate of UMBC’s Theater Department and Towson University’s M.F.A. in Theater program.

HEATHER PEACOCK (Stage Manager/Props): Heather is the Resident Stage Manager for Iron Crow Theatre. She is also an actress and occasional make-up artist, living in the Columbia, MD area. Her Iron Crow Theatre credits include: Swimming in the Shallows (ASM); Love and Human Remains (SM); a staged reading of Eight (Elliot); The Typographer's Dream (SM); 4.48 Psychosis (SM); and, most recently, The Revelation of Bobby Pritchard (Mary Charles). Heather has also been seen at Everyman Theatre in August: Osage County (Jean) and The Beaux' Stratagem (Ensemble). She has also performed with The Children's Theatre Association in The Snow Queen (Gerda) and Stay Tobacco Free (Sarah), and with Single Carrot Theatre in References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot (Cat). Next up, Technicolor Life at Rep Stage in Columbia, MD. Heather has a B.S. in Theatre from Towson University.

WIL E. CROWTHER (Costume Design): Design credits include Iago’s Plot for The National Theatre of Weimar, Sunset Boulevard with Cockpit In Court, Born Yesterday at The Maryland Arts Festival, Angels in America with Axis Theatre, The Tempest and A Midsummer’s Night  Dream with The Baltimore Shakespeare Festival,  The Light in the Piazza and The Glorious Ones with Theatre Hopkins, multiple Young Playwrights Festivals at Centerstage, and A Dickens of a Carol for Rep Stage. A faculty member at Stevenson University, designs include, The Three Penny Opera, Blythe Spirit and The Trojan Women. Craftwork for Broadway productions include millinery for An Enemy of the People, Dracula: The Musical, Born Yesterday and How To Succeed In Business...and custom dye work for Little Women, South Pacific and Awake and Sing, all designed by Catherine Zuber. Wil is the costume shop craftsperson at Centerstage.

MOLLIE SINGER (Set Design): 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), Sunset Baby (Rep Stage/Properties and Asst. Costume Design), and Blithe Spirit (Everyman Theatre/Asst. Scenic Design). Mollie is a recent graduate of Towson University and holds both a B.S. in Theatre: Design & Production, and a B.S. in Fine Arts.  

CHRISTOPHER FLINT (Lighting Design): Christopher Flint is a Baltimore native and is excited to continue working with Iron Crow Theatre on The Well of Hornines having designed lights for The Revelation of Bobby Pritchard earlier this season. Chris currently serves as the Technical Director at Gilman School, where his design credits include Nice Work if You Can Get It, 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).

TRAVIS LEVASSEUR (Projection Design): 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, Bareback Ink, 4.48 Psychosis and The Revelation of Bobby Pritchard. You can find examples of his work at http://vimeo.com/travislevasseur.