MADISON SUTTON

Madison Elaine Sutton is a current BFA Stage Management major at the University of Houston and General Management Intern at the Alley Theatre. 

Some of her favorite credits include From White Plains  (Thunderclap Productions)  The Nest (Quintero), Twitch (Canteen Series),  Ten Minute Play Festival (2019 & 2020), and Titus Andronicus (Turbo 2020) She credits her success to her mentors, father, sisters, and orange tabby, 

Dionysus.

CO-FOUNDER

LOGAN

BUTCHER

Logan Butcher is a Houston-based                                                           theatre artist focused on playwriting,

dramaturgy, directing, and producing (new play development). As a co-founder of Theatre 66, he enjoys developing new works with young artists in the Houston area; they recently produced The NEOS Showcase: A Short Play Festival at The Alley Theatre. A piece he wrote titled "What it Takes to Thrive" was produced by the Houston Symphony in the event Resilient Sounds at White Oak Music Hall. Several of his ten-minute plays have been produced in the University of Houston 10-Minute Play Festival. He worked on dramaturgy for Julius Caesar and As You Like It at the Houston Shakespeare Festival, for Theatre 66's production of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, and for Ring Round the Moon at UH recently. If Logan isn't reading or writing, he can often be found playing basketball at the park despite his height disadvantage.

CO-FOUNDER

ANNA

MARIA

CO-PRODUCER

Anna Maria is delighted to act

in, direct for, and co-produce

Houston’s Quarantine Series. As

a full-time journalist, activist, and performer, she treasures opportunities like this that allow her to make art with people she loves so dearly. Furthermore, she is fiercely proud to be a part of a cutting-edge endeavor to make theatre tech-friendly and truly inclusive; she looks forward to helping make Houston theatre a physically and socioeconomically accessible space for all.

 

Anna Maria was last seen onstage in Stages Repertory Theatre’s Sin Muros, Theatre 66's NEOS 2020, and the Houston Grand Opera’s Rigoletto, and she recently wrapped up a new play workshop for The Landing Theatre. Check out her journalistic work, philanthropic endeavors, and other artistic projects on her website, www.annamariacreates.com.

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