Lisa D'Amour is a playwright, performer, and former Carnival Queen from New Orleans who now resides in Brooklyn, NY.  She holds an MFA from the University of Texas at Austin, and trained at Eugenio Barba’s ISTA Conference and the Portland International Performance Institute.  Lisa has received Jerome and McKnight Foundation fellowships, and she won on OBIE award for Nita & Zita.

Courtney Egan is a media artist who manipulates video as if it were a traditional collage element, cutting, pasting, and animating video clips.  Her work—which questions traditional representations of the female body in moving media—has been shown at festivals, on the web, and in galleries around the world.  Courtney has an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Shawn Hall received her MFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art where she was a Patricia Harris Fellow.  She was awarded a three year residency at School 33 in Baltimore and, recently, a Gulf Coast Artists residency in NYC.  Her work has been reviewed in Art Papers, New Art Examiner, and Dialogue.  She is a frequent collaborator, a sometimes curator, and has been known to bake a cake or two.

J Hammons was a company member of MOMIX, Dan Wagoner and Dancers, Hikari Baba Dancers, Gail Gilbert, Daniel Ezralow, Chen and Dancers, and has worked with Bill T. Jones and David Dorfman and trained with Anne Bogart's SITI theatre company.  He holds MFAs in Dance and Theatre and is currently faculty member at Lusher High School in New Orleans.

Anne-Liese Juge Fox is a graduate of NOCCA and the Tisch School of the Arts, where she trained at Circle in the Square and the Experimental Theatre Wing in Paris.  She also studied mask, mime and physical theatre at the International School of Theatre Jacques Le Coq in Paris, and traditional Japanese theatre forms of Noh and Kyogen as a company member of San Francisco's Theatre of Yugen.

Stephanie McKee is the artistic director of Moving Stories Dance Project, an organization committed to dance education that provides opportunities for dancers and choreographers to showcase their talents.  She has performed with Kumbuka African Drum & Dance and New Orleans Dance Collective, and recently toured the U.S. as an ensemble member of UPROOTED: The Katrina Project.

Roscoe Reddix graduated from Howard University in 1992 with a BFA in theater arts/directing.  He performed with the African American Dance Ensemble under the direction of Baba Chuck Davis and Stafford Berry, Jr. Roscoe created the Spiritalk Cultural Arts Ensemble, a dance and story theater company, and has performed throughout Louisiana as a dancer, storyteller and educator.