RG2U Crew

David J. Loehr

David J. Loehr / Playwright + Sound Design

David is the artist in residence and co-founder of Riverrun Theatre. He is primarily a writer. Wise Man premiered in Madison, Indiana, in December 2008, and Seeing Red premiered in Georgia in February 2009. A Report of Gunfire premiered at the Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, D.C. in July 2008. What Song the Syrens Sang premiered at Actors Theatre of Louisville in April 2007. Other produced work includes: Keeper, Penguins, To Speak for All the Dead, The Silence Between Lines of a Poem.

In addition to this production, Riverrun will also be producing his A. D., a one woman show, as part of the 2009 Capital Fringe Festival.

He is a member of the Playwrights Center.

Joel David Santner

Joel David Santner / Director

Joel is a director and actor based in Washington, DC. His Washington directing credits include the world premiere of A Report of Gunfire at the 2008 Capital Fringe Festival; Assistant Director at the Folger Shakespeare Theatre for The School for Scandal and Fight Director for Breath, Boom at Studio Theatre. Other directing credits include The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck at Stage One Theatre, Louisville, KY; Speed The Plow, Fool For Love, Sexual Perversity in Chicago and The Secret Life of Clowns for Pet-Fish Theatre Co., Louisville, KY; Under Milk Wood for Riverrun Theatre Co., Madison, IN; Wait Until Dark, Fallen Angels, Enigma Variations for Shawnee Theatre, Bloomfield, IN; And They Dance Real Slow in Jackson for Spectrum Productions, Madison, IN; and Tone Clusters at the Blythe Theatre, Hanover, IN. He was trained at the Shakespeare Theatre Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University (MFA).

Scott Hammar

Scott Hammar / Costume Designer

Scott is pleased to be working with the Riverrun Theatre on their production of Rough Guide to the Underworld. He recently designed costumes for Taffety Punk’s production of Faithkiller, as well as their productions of The Devil in His Own Words and LET X. He has designed costumes for the Dallas Theater Center and Callier Theatre of the Deaf and served on the faculty of Choate Rosemary Hall’s Theater Arts Department for three years. Mr. Hammar has a B.F.A. in Directing and an M.F.A. in Theater Design under the guidance of Irene Corey. He has been the Production Stage Manager for Shear Madness at the John F. Kennedy Center for the last 16 years.

Kathleen Anderson

Kathleen Anderson / Lighting Designer

Kathleen designed the lighting for our production of A Report of Gunfire at last year’s Capital Fringe Festival. Favorite onstage projects include 13 Christs with Run of the Mill Theatre, Shel’s Shorts with the Runabout Paste Eaters and Les Liaisons Dangereuses with Silver Spring Stage. Also a techie and arts administrator by trade, Kathleen has enjoyed working on both the China and Japan festivals at The Kennedy Center, along with stints at area theatres including the Folger Shakespeare Library, Imagination Stage and Theatre of the First Amendment. “I’d like to send out a big hug and thank you to every single one of my family and friends for their continued love and support, especially during the times when it’s not the easiest thing in the world.”

Not Phoebe Duncan

Phoebe Duncan / Stage Manager

Phoebe is thrilled to be working with Riverrun Theatre on The Rough Guide to the Underworld, having recently explored the underworld of CHAW’s crawl spaces as ASM for Taffety Punk‘s production of Faithkiller. Chicago theatre credits include Stage Manager for The Martian Chronicles at Lincoln Square Theater; Assistant to the Director for Oklahoma! at Light Opera Works; and Director for Medea Was Born in Fallujah and The Blues Street Jazz Club Rehearses at Lincoln Square Theater. She received her BA in Theatre and Performance Studies from the University of Chicago and studied directing with Joy Zinoman at The Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory.

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