Meet the Company
Lulu (She/Her) is a working actor, writer, and comedian based out of New York City. She graduated from Skidmore College in 2019, where she received a BS in Theater, minored in Sociology, and performed Sketch Comedy. Lulu has trained at the William Esper Studio, PowerHouse Theater, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and the Accademia dell'Arte. In college she wrote and performed a one woman play/stand up show titled, "Congrats to Me." Once the pandemic is over Lulu's next move will be to produce her show in NYC. Check out her website to find out more:
Cameron Silliman (They/She) is a bilingual, genderqueer artist who is dedicated to doing projects that uplift and tell the stories of marginalized communities. Some of their proudest moments as a 2018 graduate of Muhlenberg College were performing powerful pieces of black theater such as "Wig Out!" by Tarell Alvin McCraney and "For Colored Girls..." by Ntozake Shange. Their enthusiasm for languages and other cultures has driven them to study performance in Argentina, Spain, and Italy.
Seamus Good (He/Him) is a multidisciplinary artist. He studied acting and scenic design at Muhlenberg College. He also attended the semester-long study abroad programs at the Accademia dell’Arte where he studied physical theater, and FAMU International where he studied film. Since graduating in 2018 Seamus returned to Italy to work and study at the Accademia dell’Arte as the technical coordinator. While there he participated in several intensives focused on Lecoq’s techniques and storytelling. Currently, Seamus is striving to create an accessible form of theater that can be shared with audiences in spite of the global pandemic.