Jocelyn Kuritsky is an actor, theater practitioner, & filmmaker.
Onscreen, recent & upcoming film credits as a performer and producer include Staging Film's Domesticity, Over The River & Through The Woods, 16 Words Or Less, We Will Be Ephemeral, This Thing of Ours, and more. Feature film credits include Nana Mensah’s Queen of Glory and Ghazi Albuliwi’s Peace After Marriage, opposite cult favorite Louise Lasser. Onstage, Jocelyn mostly works on new plays and new theatrical forms; and, as a performer, she has become a favorite among New York's downtown theater stalwarts, often portraying intense, fragile, and feral characters. Papermag calls her an "outstanding actor." She has appeared in more than 20 NYC productions, including premieres by Sheila Callaghan, Erik Ehn, Ken Urban, Rachel Bonds, Caridad Svich, The Assembly, and avant-garde theater legend, Mac Wellman.
Jocelyn is the creator of The Muse Project, a new initiative that moves women actors to the center by charging them to identify and generate the roles they want to play. She is also a founding member & the actor in residence of Woodshed Collective, one of the country’s leading immersive theater companies. With Woodshed, she has co-conceived productions such as KPop (2018 Richard Rodgers Award, 2018 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Production, an Off Broadway Alliance Award for Best Unique Theatrical Experience, 7 Drama Desk Award nominations, and a Drama League nomination for Outstanding Production), Does It Hurt?, The Tenant (Patrick Lee Theater Blogger Award for Unique Off-Off Broadway Experience), Empire Travel Agency, The Confidence Man, 12 Ophelias, others.
Jocelyn has been nominated for a Princess Grace Award by both New Georges and The New Group. She is a member of Actors' Equity and the Screen Actors Guild. www.jocelynkuritsky.com.
Alex Koch is a filmmaker and projection designer.
Alex recently created two nights of music videos to play alongside the Magnetic Fields' new tour 50 Song Memoir, and he released a dozen of the works as official music videos. More of Koch's directing work can be seen in the short film Who Knows?, mixing projection, puppetry, and live action, and a number of music videos for a variety of artists, including Randy Newman. His work as a film producer has been seen at the Tribeca Film Festival, among others. He has also worked as the director of photography and editor for a series of shorts, My America Too, with director Kwame Kwei-Armah, which premiered at Centerstage in Baltimore in 2016.
Alex has designed projections for over a hundred plays, musicals, films, and immersive art events. In 2016, Alex's projection design work was featured in two films premiering at the Sundance Film Festival: Norman Lear: Just Another Version Of You, directed by Academy Award nominated filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady, and Miles Ahead, directed by and starring Academy Award nominee Don Cheadle. Onstage, Koch's projection work has been featured on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in the downtown NYC theater scene, in the regional theater scene, & internationally.
Alex has been nominated for a Jeff Award and two New York Innovative Theatre Awards. He is a member of United Scenic Artists Local USA 829 and a founding member and partner of Imaginary Media and Ghost Corporeal. www.alexbascokoch.com.
(COLLABORATING DIRECTOR & TANK PARTNER)
Meghan Finn is a director & producer for stage, film, & unique theatrical experiences.
Most recently, Meghan directed Doomocracy by internationally renowned artist Pedro Reyes for Creative Time at the Brooklyn Army Terminal. Other recent credits include: Sam's Tea Shack by Ben Gassman and Sam Soghor (The Tank at STK); The Offending Gesture by Mac Wellman (The Tank/3LD at the Connelly Theater - NY Times' and TimeOut NY Critics' Pick); American Power performed by photographer Mitch Epstein and Composer/Cellist Erik Friedlander (The V&A in London and The Wexner Center in Columbus, Ohio); Daredevil by Gary Winter (The Brick); The Downtown Loop by Ben Gassman (3LD/3D+ Productions/Teeth of Tooth Atelier); Take Me Home by Alexandra Collier, set in a taxi cab (Incubator Arts Project/LPR). Additional credits include: The Service Road by Erin Courtney (Adhesive Theater Project - NY Times Critics' Pick), Motel Cherry by Peggy Stafford (Clubbed Thumb/New Georges/HERE Arts Center - Huffington Post Top 10 of 2012); 3 2's; or AFAR by Mac Wellman (Dixon Place), Relative Value by Jesse Longman (3LD), Saturn Nights by Jess Barbagallo (Incubator Arts Project), Waltz by Corina Copp (CSC-Weasel), Blue Dress Reduction featuring Eliza Bent (PS122), HIM by E.E. Cummings (Walkerspace), The Fake History of George the Last by Misha Shulman (the longest lunch/TNC), A Week at the NJ Shore by Valerie Work (the longest lunch/The Bushwick Starr, and others).
Meghan holds an MFA in Directing from Brooklyn College and a BA in Theater from the University of Southern California. She was a member of the 2009 Lincoln Center Director's Lab, the 2009/10 Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, & she was a 2014 & 2016 New Georges Audrey Resident. Meghan is a member of New Georges' The Jam, she is a co-founder of the longest lunch, a downtown NYC production company (2002-present), and she is the Co-Artistic Director of The Tank. www.meghanfinn.weebly.com.
(COLLABORATING PLAYWRIGHT & TANK PARTNER)
Rosalind Grush is a playwright & producer.
Rosalind Grush has worked in various administrative capacities with the Obie Award-winning theater company The Civilians, as well as The Playwrights Realm, Ars Nova, Pearldamour, Wolf 359, Sinking Ship Productions, Glass Bandits, and more. She has been a script-reader for SPACE on Ryder Farm, The Playwrights Realm, and The Relentless Theater Award. She has been on grant panels for the Department of Cultural Affairs of the City of New York, the Brooklyn Arts Council, and A.R.T./NY's Nancy Quinn Fund. She has been a guest speaker for classes at the Columbia Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College, Baruch College, and others. She has written several scripts that have been read or produced at The Tank in NYC.
She is a graduate of Columbia University and grew up in Los Angeles. She is the Co-Artistic Director of The Tank.
(COLLABORATING SOUND DESIGNER)
Stephanie Beattie is a multidisciplinary storyteller, designer, and editor.
Stephanie has a background in art, music, and communication, which gives her design and editing style a unique, musical, and inclusive perspective. She sees video and sound as integrated parts of a whole.
In addition to her work in short films and television, she has created both single and multichannel montages of archival footage for the screen and for theatrical settings, telling stories about complex subjects like political history (Detroit 67, One Night in Miami) as well as individual, everyday stories (The Magnetic Fields). She uses her practice as a video artist to inform the choices she makes as an editor: She is always looking to highlight the strongest features of the project at hand and to empathetically communicate the vision of the project to its viewers.
Moti Margolin is an actor, performer, playwright, translator, videographer, editor, and sometimes song-writer.
Moti currently works with the World Wresting Entertainment (WWE) company doing Russian ring-side commentary. As a playwright, he has written several pieces and has experience translating Chekhov. Additionally, Moti has a media production company - Samovar Film Productions - specializing in actor services, and theater-on-film, which led him to working with Staging Film on several pieces, in various capacities, all for which he is very grateful. Lastly, he is running the NYC Marathon this year to help raise money for pediatric cancer research and treatment. Please do contribute if you can! :-) Thank you!! www.motimargolin.com.
(COLLABORATING DIGITAL STORYTELLER)
Lindsay Schapiro is a digital marketer by day, theatre-maker and songwriter by night.
Lindsay attended Wesleyan University where she studied music, dramatic literature and playwriting. There, she penned, directed and produced original dramatic and musical productions, receiving honors for her thesis - an interactive musical dramatization of the life of Bruce Springsteen titled 'Highway Alive.’ Following her time at Wesleyan, Lindsay dipped her toes in the music industry and has been helping artists navigate the ways of the digital landscape ever since. She currently works at Mom + Pop Music, an independent record label based in New York City managing the digital properties and strategy for both the label and signed artists. In her spare and weekend time, Lindsay has stayed close to the theatre, working on productions for the Fringe Festival and Staging Film.
(COLLABORATING PHOTOGRAPHER & B-ROLL CONTRIBUTOR)
Anna Rooney is a freelance creative producer, educator, and DJ in Brooklyn.
Anna holds a bachelor's degree from St. Cloud University in Music Education, a Masters in New Media and Global Education from Appalachian State University, and she studied Performing Arts Management at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Anna co-founded Peppercorn Theatre at the Children's Museum of Winston-Salem, where she was the Theatre Producing Director and the Museum Education Programs Manager. Also in North Carolina, she was a backup singer for Judy Barnes, sat on the Board of Directors of the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, conceived and managed the innovative “Winston-Salem Telephone Project” and participated in Arts Enterprise Lab at the Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts. New York projects include RIPENING, THE GIANTS at Loft227, LEGEND OF THE VOICE, Pip's Island, The Muse Project, and Baby DJ School. www.annarooney.nyc.
(COLLABORATING MAKEUP ARTIST)
Winslow Corbett is an actor and makeup artist.
Winslow lives in New York City, was born in Los Angeles, and holds dual US/Canadian citizenship. She appears in a recurring guest star role on Season 4 of HBO’s Emmy Award winning comedy Veep, with Julia Louis Dreyfus. Other screen work includes Lifetime’s A Change of Heart, Comedy Central’s Stand-Up Nation, with Greg Giraldo, the award winning web series The Digressions, and Submissions Only.
New York stage credits include The Skin Game (Mint Theater Company), Romulus Linney’s Lark (Ensemble Studio Theatre) and …Other Elegant Lies (Incubator Arts). Winslow’s regional theatre work includes two seasons at The Old Globe Shakespeare Festival, the National Tour of The Graduate, Nora Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore at the Geffen Playhouse, Private Lives at Laguna Playhouse, Noises Off at South Coast Rep, You Can’t Take It With You and Trying (Rubicon Theatre, StageSceneLA Award), Arcadia and Grand Magic (A Contemporary Theatre), among many others.
Winslow studied acting at SUNY Purchase. She is the daughter of Rockford Files supporting player Gretchen Corbett (Beth Davenport). She is named after her ancestor Henry Winslow Corbett, an Oregon pioneer and United States Senator. In addition to her career as a performer, Winslow is a Regional VP and consultant for Arbonne Cosmetics.
(COLLABORATING EDITOR & B-ROLL CONTRIBUTOR)
Solomon Bilinkoff is a filmmaker, musician and theater artist
Solomon lives in Brooklyn, NY and has a passion for the Manhattan Bridge, as well as new and experimental forms of storytelling. He got his Bachelor's in Theater and Film Studies (with Honors in the latter) from Wesleyan University in 2014. His current film project is Suspended NYC: New York City Neighborhoods In Slow Motion and it is available to view here. He is a professional freelance editor, having worked on short films, feature films, and short documentary content. His editor's reel is here and his experimental hip-hop mixtape is here. One of his life goals is to own a cat, though dogs are cool too.
Anna is a director, producer, and dramaturge.
She is the current Executive Director of THE MUSE PROJECT - a NYC-based company focused on amplifying female voices in the theatre by developing work around female actors. She also co-founded the Washington DC Coalition for Theatre & Social Justice with Annalisa Dias - a coalition dedicated to creating productive alliances between artists, activists, and communities in the District of Columbia in order to face shared social, economic, health and human rights issues together. Recent selected directing: DEEP INFERNO (Youngblood A4T Festival); GAME BOY and TALK TO ME ABOUT HOME (29th St Playwrights Collective - The Future is Female Festival); TURN OFF ALL LIGHTS (Robinson Secondary School); ONE FIFTY (Nu Sass); CRAM SCHOOL SNOW DAY (LiveArt DC); WE COULD BE HEROES and HAROLD EVENTUALLY…ONE SECOND (Source Festival); BACK TO THE ISLAND (Rorschach Theatre Klecksography); SERVANT OF THE WIND (Atlas Intersections Festival), VIVIE CAN FLY (Actor's Center), LOVE SUCKS: A 5X5 (Theatre J - staged reading series). She is a former Directing/Artistic Director Intern at Forum Theatre and 2017 Fall Intern with New Dramatists. Associate Member SDC. ahlathrop.weebly.com.