PATRICIA NOONAN (Script, Lyrics, Executive Producer) is an award-winning actor, singer, lyricist, and playwright.  Noonan wrote book and lyrics for the musical Learning How to Drown developed at The Johnny Mercer Writers’ Colony (Goodspeed) and the Pitch (Finger Lakes Musical Theater Festival) and penned the piece “Happy Anniversary” debuting in Ladybits this spring.  She graduated as a Presidential Scholar from Boston College where her award-winning plays The Storykeeper and Mermaid People were first produced. As an actor, Noonan has created roles in Maury Yeston’s Death Takes a Holiday (Sophia), Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (Elizabeth Bennet), Signs of Life (Lorelei), Baby Case (Betty Gow), Neurosis (Abby), and Little House on the Prairie and appeared in revivals at NYC’s Avery Fisher Hall and City Center Encores and across the country.  As a concert soloist, Noonan has traveled the country from 54 Below to the Kennedy Center to Bass Hall.  She is also a regular performer with NYU’s Graduate Musical Theater Writing Program and made her TV debut earlier this year on Law & Order: SVU.

Wardrobe & Makeup Supervisor

1st AD

1st AC / C Camera Operator

Gaffer / B Camera Operator

2nd AC 

Sound

Behind The Scenes / C Camera Operator

Production Assistant

Sound Assistant

Sound Assistant

Cue Cards

Logo Design

Website Design

NADIA QUINN (Script, Lyrics, Music, Executive Producer) is an actor, producer, writer, singer/songwriter known for her work on Broadway (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson), Television (Mysteries of Laura, The Big C, SMASH, Younger), and Film (Top Five, The Flower Shop, Kitty).  Nadia co-created the folk-rock-comedy-music quartet, Summer and Eve (UCB NY, Joe's Pub, ArsNova.www.summerandeve.com) and is currently working on writing/producing/making/doing several other things because she can't turn her brain off ever there's just no chance of it. (The Paradigm Agency/www.nadiaquinn.com)

ZOE SARNAK (Music, Music Director) is an award winning composer, lyricist and playwright. She graduated from Harvard University where Sarnak’s The Quad was produced at Harvard’s Loeb Experimental Theatre and she was awarded the Ann Radcliffe Trust. Sarnak wrote the book, music and lyrics for Mixtape (featured in Silent Street Productions 2012 season), A Lasting Impression(winner of Pace New Musicals 2012, produced Off-Broadway at the 4th Street Theatre at NYTW in August 2012, winner of the 2013 NJ Playwright's contest, and performed in concert by Cutting Edge Composers), and The Years Between (performed at 54 Below and workshopped in Musical Theatre Factory’s 2014 season). Sarnak was a finalist for NY Stage & Film’s Founders award and her music has been featured by The Lilly Awards, New York Musical Theatre Festival and more, and in venues from Playwrights Horizons and New York Theatre Workshop to Joe’s Pub and the Highline Ballroom. Zoe is one half of the indie folk/pop band, she, featured in #sheSESSIONS recorded live from The End Studios. @zoesarnak  @shebandTWEETS

ERICA ROTSTEIN (Producer) is an Associate Producer at Broadway Across America.  As such, she helps manage BAA’s portfolio of theatrical investments and serves as part of the producing team for all in-house projects (current: Million Dollar Quartet; in development: Water for Elephants).  As an independent producer, Erica is currently developing Short Story Long by Joel Fishbane (both a stage play and a film) with producing partner Samuel Goldberg.  She also seeks out opportunities to collaborate with and showcase the work of talented artists whom she adores.  Current artistic collaborators include Drew Gasparini, Andrew Kober, Alex Brightman, F. Michael Haynie, Zack Zadek, Eli Bolin, Lauren Pritchard, and Megan Loughran.  Erica sits on the Board of Directors of Colt Coeur, an innovative non-profit theatre company and artists’ ensemble led by Adrienne Campbell-Holt.  Erica holds an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business of a BA from Brown University.

© 2015 The Make It Fair Project, all rights reserved.  Logo design by Megan Lemieur.  Site design by Cathryn Wake.

Alice Kremelberg

Amanda Blair

Amanda Seales

Ameara Wahhab

Anika Larsen

Annie Parisse

Boo Killebrew

Camille Harris

Carolina Ravassa

Chelsea Marcantel

Christine Lin

Claudia Weill

Cusi Cram

Dana Aber

Donna Lynne Champlin

Elizabeth Stanley

Ellyn-Marie Marsh

Emily Tarver

Gabrielle Stravelli

Hannah Kloepfer

Hilary Bettis

Jaquie Militano

Jenn Lyon

Jessica Hecht

Jessica Love

Jo Lampert

Karah Gravatt

Kate Ferber

Kathleen Chalfant

Leah Horowitz

Lilli Cooper

Lindsay Roberts

Lisa Joyce

Lisa Timmel

Lydia Hensler

Madeline Ruskin

Mairin Lee

Mamie Gummer

Maria Elena Ramirez

Maria Goyanes

Mary Kate Morrissey

Mia Sinclair Jenness

Nadia Quinn

Natalie Carter Prince

Noelle Wahhab

Olga Merediz

Orfeh

Patricia Noonan

Pooya Mohseni

Rebecca Henderson

Rebecca Naomi Jones

Rita Wilson

Sarah Dacey Charles

Sejal Shah

Stephanie Ybarra

Sue Jean Kim

Susan Miller

Taylor Noble

Sarah Laux

Zoe Munlyn

Anya Gibian

Ariel Nehorayoff

Erin Fallon

Daniela Hart

Julia Anrather

Carolina Ravassa

Ameara Wahhab

Amandla Baraka

Shannon Ousley

Megan Lemieur

Cathryn Wake

CRYSTAL ARNETTE (DP, Editor) is not afraid to wear many hats. She is a member of the resident acting company at The Flea Theater (The Bats) and co-produces their late night play festival #SERIALS, makes films with her Bushwick-based production collective Adventure We Can, and music with her folk-rock experiment Ladybird. She also really really likes typography. crystalarnette.com // adventurewecan.com 

ADRIENNE CAMPBELL-HOLT (Director, Producer) Adrienne is the Founding Artistic Director of Colt Coeur.  She has written/directed two short films: Autobiography of Red (adapted from Anne Carson’s epic poem) and Henry and the Trains. Upcoming theater directing: Foeller Fellowship at Williamstown Theatre Festival, summer 2015; world premiere of First Life (Colt Coeur @ HERE, September 2015). Recent: World Premiere of Dry Land by Ruby Rae Spiegel (workshops at New York Stage & Film and Ojai Playwright’s Conference, production with Colt Coeur @ HERE, NYC), Red starring Tim Daly (Dorset Theater Festival, VT), World Premiere of Greg Moss’ REUNION (South Coast Rep), World Premiere of Everything is Ours by Nikole Beckwith (Colt Coeur @ HERE), Recall (Colt Coeur @ Wild Project), and Fish Eye (Colt Coeur @ HERE). She is a Time Warner/Women’s Project Lab 2014-2016 Fellow, a recipient of a Jerome Foundation/Tofte Lake Fellowship, the EST/Sloan grant, an alum of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab, and a New Georges Affiliated Artist/Audrey Resident. BA Barnard College, Columbia University.  

EMILY TARVER (Script, Lyrics, Executive Producer) is an actress/writer/comedian/musician/producer lady. Emily was most recently seen on ABC's Blackish, TruTV's Friends Of The People and Vh1's Best Week Ever. Emily has been studying and performing with the Upright Citizens Brigade NY Theatre since 2004. Emily does stand-up, improv, sketch and musical comedy with her band Summer and Eve. Summer and Eve has a web series currently on Above Average - the digital content wing of Broadway Video. Emily is in a million commercials and will be starring in the upcoming series DONNY! on USA.