Timothy Haskell Director

Timothy recently directed the off-off Broadway smash Road House: The Stage Play that later transferred to an audience and critical hit Off-Broadway. He also directed the world premiere of Richard Foreman's He Was expected Soon, Girlf*, and his two-year running FINAL. Timothy is also the owner of the theatrical public relations office Publicity Outfitters, currently representing the Off-Broadway smash hit BUG by Tracy Letts at the Barrow Street Theatre, et al. Haskell has taken his first steps as a producer as the Associate Producer of the hit Off-Broadway musical The Devil's Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith, The Working Theatre's Free Market, the Westbeth's Hold Please, Shyness is Nice, and the first run of Road House.

Will Bennett Playwright & Producer

Will earned a Masters of Fine Arts in Fiction Writing at the University of Virginia before moving to New York to work as a journalist and freelance writer. He has recently returned from London, where he spent last year earning a Masters in Writing for Performance at the University of London. In addition to working on several new scripts, Will has accidentally begun a career as the producer of Corporate Rock. He is currently co-producing The Joker for the Edinburgh Festival in August.

Will would like thank his director, cast and crew for all of their hard work.

Faye Armon Prop Design

Faye is ecstatic to be working with such a brilliant group! Credits include: Bug (OBIE-Design Team), Night Sings It's Song, Open Heart, Double Sophia, Wordsworth, Thunderbird, Big Love, Women on Fire starring Judith Ivey, Happy Days dir. by Joseph Chaikin, None of the Above, Belly: 3 Shorts, Anna Bella Eema, Sixteen Wounded, Out of Sterno, Slag Heap, Urgent Fury, Romeo & Juliet, 99 Histories, Strange Attractors, Allegory of Painting, Blood Orange, Concertina's Rainbow, Fuente. TV: Art Director, "Cookin' In Brooklyn," Discovery Home & Leisure. Film: JIHAD! Love to: J.A., M.A., M.A., W.A., B&P and D.T.

DeeAnn Fight Director

Over the past 10 years DeeAnn has worked extensively as a fight director and movement specialist both in NYC and regionally. Some Broadway highlights include: Caroline, or Change with The Public Theater / Shakespeare in the Park; Two Noble Kinsman, Coriolanus and Twelfth Night; 3 Seconds In The Key with New Georges; Macbeth, Oleanna, Tweflth Night and Vinegar Tom with the Trinity Repertory Company. DeeAnn is Co-Artistic Director and Resident Fight Director for The Queen's Company - an all female classical theater company in NYC now in its fifth season.

Nicholas Hohn Lighting Design

Nick spends most of the year touring with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre. Credits include: Two Gentlemen of 13th St. (Classic Stage Company), Tim's Loft 25 & 26, What the Moon Saw, Misogamy (Interart Annex), Sex and Other Collisions, Waiting (Currician), When She Danced (Open Stage of Harrisburg), Kaye Ballard, Count Bassie Orchestra, Maynard Ferguson (Mount Gretna Playhouse), Fuel (North East Tour), Ailey 2, Ballet Hispanico, The Big Apple Circus (World Financial Center).

Vincent Oliveri Sound Desinger

Vincent is pleased join the design team of Corporate Rock. Off-Broadway: Omnium-Gatherum. Regional: three seasons as Resident Sound Designer at Actors Theatre of Louisville, where designs included Sans-Culottes in the Promised Land, After Ashley (2004 Humana Festival), Amadeus, The Pavilion, The Second Death of Priscilla (2003 Humana Festival), Limonade Tous les Jours (2002 Humana Festival), Red Herring, and The Piano Lesson. Also: Jitney (Indiana Repertory Theatre & Syracuse Stage), Blues for an Alabama Sky, Insurrection: Holding History, The Foreigner (Berkshire Theatre Festival), Curse of the Starving Class, The Birds (Yale Repertory Theatre), Hinton Battle: Largely Live (Chicagošs Apollo Theatre), and Twelfth Night (Amaryllis Theatre).

Rebeca Ramirez Assistant Director/Choreographer

Rebeca Ramirez was born in Placentia, California and obtained her BFA from the University of California at Los Angeles in Theater. She is a director residing in Brooklyn. Her work has been produced by NADA 45, The Hudson Guild Theater, Lincoln Center Director's Lab, Museo del Barrio, Soho Think Tank, The Queens Theater Company and Barrow Street Theater. She is currently Co-Artistic Director of BigBangGroup, a theater company that addresses cultural and geo-political issues through journalistic documentation and collaboration with artists from a variety of disciplines and cultural backgrounds.

Paul Smithyman Scenic Designer

Paul is the Co-Artistic Director of The Interart Development Series which develops new theatre works such as Cage Dancers, D'ya Know What I Mean, Bad Women, Evolution, Studio Sessions, Ruin Those Pretty Hands, The Memory of Love's Refrain, What the Moon Saw, Timsloft, Les Artistes, Small Bodies, Misogamy. Paul works as a Director, Designer, Performer and Author. Paul's own projects included Beyond The Killing Act, Dig The Dirt, Richard III for President, The Gullcatchers, Punch and Judy, Triggers, The Memory of Love's Refrain, Lapis Blue Blood Red, Cerebral Events. Paul worked with Tim Haskell on Road House: The Stage Play.