Cat has a background in both management and the arts. While in the US Air Force, she belonged to an elite team that tested facilities on their ability to perform during war-time readiness, and also helped coordinate her division’s “Tops in Blue” talent show. Her educational degrees are in both management and directing. She directed regionally for several years before moving to NYC in 2002.
Cat has directed both free-lance and as the Producing Director at T. Schreiber Studio, where she produced the entire season and directed performances as well. Through her connections, she has access to some of the finest actors and designers available in the city, and she’s not afraid to use them!
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Brittney has worked in theatre, radio and television for over 10 years. She has worked on both sides of the stage and loves the arts and the artists. She supplemented that love with an education in Arts Management, earning her MFA in 2001.
Brittney learned the New York ropes managing front of house and running the box office for a children’s orchestra, as well as assistant producing for Off-Off-Broadway. Currently an events manager in a financial firm, Brittney has skills and connections learned from managing over 40 events over the past several years, which will serve as an invaluable resource to ATC.
Isabel Quinzaños Alonso is a theater director, administrator and educator who has worked in the UK, Switzerland, her homeland, Mexico and now in New York, where she lives. Previously, she directed Small Group by Tom Slot for Articulating the Arts: Tales in Time in April 2017.
Isabel currently works as the Producing Office Assistant at The Public Theater, where she is responsible for the administrative needs of the department. She also does social media marketing for the League of Independent Theater, and is assistant director of The Sex Myth, which will be showing at HERE Theater in Soho in August 2017.
Between 2013 and 2015, she worked as Manager of the Education Department at Out of Joint, a touring theatre company based in the UK. Her work including administrating the company’s diverse educational programs and their corresponding budgets, writing and conducting workshops that complemented Out of Joint’s creative program, training associates to deliver workshops, writing all of Out of Joint’s Education Packs, as well as fundraising £10,000 annually to sustain Out of Joint’s Education Program, including giving free workshops to students with low resources.
Isabel also has extensive experience as a theater director. She was Assistant Director on the Out of Joint productions Jane Wenham The Witch of Walkern by Rebecca Lenkiewicz and All That Fall by Samuel Beckett. She collaborated with CASA Latin American Theatre Festival in London, where she developed and directed an original piece, Private Thoughts in Public Spaces (Scratch Night winner), in 2012 and directed a public reading for the festival, Select Man, Marinate Until Tender, in 2013. At the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2008, Isabel directed the House of Gingerbread by Benjamin Askew, which was selected as a Pick of the Fringe.
Isabel trained in Theatre Directing at Drama Centre London, and has an MA in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy from Goldsmiths University. You can read more about her work in her website