who are we?
Diana Stahl (playwright) is a writer, actor and collaborator in New York City. Recent credits include: Clubbed Thumb’s Manifesto (Prelude Festival .12), The Woman Standing on the Moon (Urban Stages), The Little Mermaid (StrangeMen & Co.) Is He Dead? (Half Moon Theater.) Diana has developed work with the LARK, MCC, New Georges, Rattlestick and more. Playwriting: East Colfax (Rising Phoenix Rep), Helping People (IRT, Rattlestick Playwright Theater’s Reading Series, Semi-Finalist 2013 O’Neil Conference), Oil (Overturn Theatre Ensemble) Literary Associate, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. BFA SUNY Purchase. Upcoming: Charlotte Miller’s Barn with Rising Phoenix Rep.
Pirronne Yousefzadeh (director) has directed and developed new work at The Public/Joe’s Pub, New York Theatre Workshop, Ars Nova, Soho Rep, Playwrights Horizons, The Woodshed Collective (The Tenant: Best of 2011, The L Magazine), Partial Comfort Productions, The Playwrights Realm, Noor Theatre, Rising Phoenix Rep, HERE Arts Center, New York Musical Theatre Festival, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Lark Play Development Center, Dixon Place, The New York Fringe, Atlantic Theater School, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Milwaukee Rep, and Hangar Theatre, among others. She is a Usual Suspect at New York Theatre Workshop and the Fellowship Coordinator, New Georges Affiliated Artist and member of The Jam, member of the Old Vic/New Voices Network, a member of Rising Circle Theater Collective, and an alumna of the Emerging Artist Fellowship at NYTW, Drama League Directors Project, Lincoln Center Directors Lab, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, and Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Resident Director Program. Pirronne has been on faculty at Bard High School Early College, and is a directing mentor and guest director at Fordham University, guest director at Ramapo College, and teaching artist at Two River Theater Company. She is currently developing And If You Lose Your Way, or A Food Odyssey, and a new piece based on the myth of Gordafarid in Ferdowsi’s The Shahnameh. MFA, Columbia University.
Superhero Clubhouse (producer) is a sustainable collective of theater artists and environmental advocates. We believe that individuals possess the power to make positive change, and consider those working for the betterment of the earth to be heroes of our time. We make original eco-plays via a collaborative, green and rigorous process. Through the creation of allegorical mythologies, experiments in storytelling and science inspired events, we work to ignite environmental conversations among audiences and communities in order to revolutionize theater and save the world.
coming up in 2013
This August, SHC heads overseas to participate in
ArtEpi: Green Performing City, an eco-art festival on the
moors of Denmark! While residing in the festival's homemade
sustainable village, we'll be premiering our solo show
Don't Be Sad, Flying Ace! as well as creating a new,
site-specific piece in collaboration with local artists
and climate scientists.
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