Louise Hamill (Artistic Director) is an enthusiastic and passionate lover of all things Boston. She studied theatre at Connecticut College, where she fell in love with acting and fashion history, and the British American Drama Academy, where she discovered her favorite museum, the National Portrait Gallery. She has since worked with many companies both on and off stage in Boston, and is a co-founder of Project: Project, a troupe producing ensemble-created, original stories that combine scripted material with improvisation. She is constantly looking for ways to expand her horizons and shoe collection, watches as many Red Sox games as she can, and is known to be mildly obsessed with giraffes and her cat.
Jessie Baxter (Literary Director) hails from beautiful Colorado and is a lover of American history, British literature, and French pastries. She graduated from Emerson College, where she studied dramaturgy, directing, and gender studies. She is also the Connectivity Manager at Company One Theatre, and has previously worked at The Playwright’s Center, The Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, and Denver Center Theatre Company. When she’s not working on plays, Jessie can be found watching PBS, attending concerts, and road tripping with her husband.
Lyndsay Allyn Cox (Managing Director) is a North Carolina native who has called Boston home since 2007. She graduated from Appalachian State (that's a-puh-"LATCH"-uhn for all you northerners) with a BA in Theatre Performance. Since then Lyndsay has acted and directed for several companies on the east coast including, New Exhibition Room, Company One, Central Piedmont Summer Theatre, Acrosstown Rep, Lyric Stage and The Theater Offensive. Lyndsay lives in Boston with her awesome spouse and adorable son.
Stephanie LeBolt (Development Manager) is a Virginia native new to all things blizzard and Boston related. She is a director, producer, and all-around artist administrator. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia where she studied interdisciplinary arts administration with a focus on economics and non-profit theatre. She is currently the Assistant to the Artistic Director at the Huntington Theatre Company, and her Boston credits include work with the Lyric Stage, Bad Habit Productions, Solas Nua in Boston, The Open Theatre Project, the One Minute Play Festival, and the Boston Theatre Marathon. In her spare time she enjoys running, drinking coffee, and watching puppy videos.
Lori Niquette (Marketing Manager) is a born and bred New Englander, who hailed from small-town Connecticut. She graduated from Suffolk University with a degree in public relations and digital media, but has always kept theater close to her heart. She has worked with a variety of local companies including, Mill 6 and Project:Project. Concurrently, she also works full-time as a media and marketing representative for a variety of small tech companies across the U.S. In her spare time you can find Lori outdoors in the mountains of New Hampshire, running or enjoying good wine and good company.
Jessica Richmond (Production Manager) is new to the Boston Theatre scene having graduated from Gordon College in May 2016 with a degree in Theatre Arts. She is passionate about all areas of theatre, with an emphasis in scenic carpentry and acting. Some of her favorite credits include stage managing Metamorphoses, playing Little Sally in Urinetown, and co-writing and co-directing The Edge Effect which had a run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Work in theatre has taught her that anything is possible because theatre artists make the imagination come to life. Jessica is a goofball that loves to work. She is excited to start her professional career and wants to always relish in the joy of creating.
Cassandra Lovering (Community Engagement Coordinator) hails from a one-street-light-town in New Hampshire. She started her acting, vocal performance, french and theatre history studies at Susquehanna University (B.A.), then continued on to receive her MA in Theatre at Villanova University, focusing on dramaturgy, directing, and theory and criticism. Locally, she's directed for MetroWest Opera Company and Heart and Dagger Theatre Company. Dramaturgically she's worked for Zeitgeist Theatre and Fresh Ink Theatre Company. She stays sane by practicing yoga, experimenting in her kitchen, taking dance or visual art classes, or getting caffeinated at a local coffee shops.
Hannah Pryfogle (Patron Relations Coordinator) is a Boston transplant from the beautiful Bay Area of California. She is a proud alum of Emerson College, where she studied musical theatre and arts management. She is also an associate producer for Brown Box Theatre Project and directs throughout the city. Hannah enjoys traipsing across the globe, eating exotic foods, and knitting.