The Creative Team

The TAM LIN team would like to thank Edward Einhorn, Tanya Khordoc, Peter Brown, Jonathan Calindas, Jason Harris, Harry Klein, Glory Sims Bowen, David Einhorn, Naomi McClernan, Samira Abdur-Rahman, Candy Baker, Byung Choi, Sung Choi, and Dan from IRT for their help and support. And of course Jonathan Flagg, without whom none of this would have been possible.

Nancy McClernan – author

Nancy runs Mergatroyd Productions along with her partner Jonathan Flagg. In 2000 she founded NYCPlaywrights, a group of writers and actors who meet each Wednesday in Greenwich Village to develop new works through readings. In addition to writing plays, Nancy likes to critique the critics (and David Mamet), and shoot videos. Her plays have been produced in New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia, PA.

Stephen Riscica – director

Most recently Stephen assistant directed Meet The Real Ernest Shackleton at the Sande Shurin Theater and directed The Manuscript at Theatre Studio Inc. He also stage managed Blood and Love at The Red Room. In May of 2004 Stephen graduated with a B.A in Drama Studies from SUNY Purchase, where he directed Charles Busch’s Psycho Beach Party for his senior thesis. Look for him in the new Scissor Sisters video!

Cemre Durosoy – set designer

Cemre studied set design at Bennington College and architecture at Rice University. Latest credits in new york city were Lysistrata 100 with Edward Einhorn, Golem Stories at the Spotlight On Halloween Festival and Special Delivery at the Looking Glass Forum. She currently works as an architect in New York.

Carla Gant – Costume designer

Carla’s credits includeCosmic Wonder, Comic Blunders, and Evening of One Act Comedies, directed by Laurie Eliscu, Pyrates, a Courtship Chronical written by Barbara Khan, directed by Lisa Barnes, music by Jay Kerr, performed at the Theatre for the New City. Lysistrata 100, directed by Edward Einhorn, peformed at Dumbo New Theatre Space. “Gone With,” Miss Julie set in the American South 1890 directed by Shela Xoregos, The Little Princess directed by Bob Sickinger at Wings Theatre, Tales for Children and One Head Too Many performed at the Pearl Theatre and three seasons at Lucy Moses School for Music.

Ben Tronnier – Lighting designer

Dawn M. Jack – Stage manager

Rich Baker – Sound designer

Cory Einbinder – Fight choreographer

Cory is a member of the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab where he led a fight choreography workshop at the 2004 Conference. Recent fight choreography includes Lysistrata and Richard III for Edward Einhorn, The Curate’s Shakespeare As You Like It, Don Juan in Outer Space, Romeo and Juliet and the films Macbeth and Slasher. Cory is Artistic Director of Adhesive Thetaer Project where he directed and choreographed the fights for The Battles of Coxinga. With Adhesive he also directed the critically acclaimed Spring Awakening, the ensemble created Kirby and Best of HERE’s Living Room Series Les Mauvais Garcons. You can catch more of his choreography in the upcoming Robin Hood at Manhattan Children’s Theater. For future activities please visit

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