Raquel Cion (Writer/Performer) recent projects include Me & Mr. Jones: My Intimate Relationship with David Bowie, nominated for a 2015 Broadway World Cabaret Award “Best Alt Cabaret.” Productions: Provincetown's Afterglow Festival; in NYC, Pangea; The Slipper Room; The PIT Loft; Judson Memorial Church. Alas, The Nymphs BAM Next Wave; Gilding the Lonely, Joe’s Pub; Cou-Cou Bijoux Pour Vous Galapagos Art Space, Dixon Place; Rationality: A Virtual Performance and Memoir LMCC Swing Space; Directorial credits include STRAYS winner of the 2016 New York Innovative Theatre Award for “Outstanding Original Short Script" and published in THE BEST AMERICAN SHORT PLAYS, 2015-2016 by Applause Books in 2017, The Brick Theater, Ars Nova’s ANT Fest and Showgasm; SONS Ars Nova’s Showgasm; Darkling IRT Theater, CATCH SERIES; HIP IRT Theater; On a Lonely Road...Travelin’ with Joni, The Duplex. She is a founding member of NYC’s Eat a Radish Productions and performs with the Obie Award winning The Secret City.
Cynthia Cahill (Director) has been working around the country, regionally, and both on and Off Broadway for over 17 years. She was a part of the creative team that brought the musical, Passing Strange, from Berkeley Repertory Theatre to The Public and onto Broadway and was also involved in the making of the Spike Lee movie of the musical. Previously based in San Francisco, she is now proud to be expanding her career here in NYC.
Karl Saint Lucy (Musical Director/ Piano) is a New York-based composer, pianist, and vocalist. With Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson (The Opposition with Jordan Klepper), he wrote F**king Identical Twins, a one-act musical developed at UCB and currently being optioned for feature film adaptation by Twentieth Century Fox/Chernin Entertainment. His musical, Class, written with Maria Alexandria Beech, was a finalist for the 2017 National Musical Theater Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center; he also scored her TV pilot, Telemamas. He was an alto finalist for the internationally acclaimed, Grammy Award-winning men's chamber choir, Chanticleer, in 2017. He is a graduate of the Graduate Musical Theater Writing Program at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
Costumes by David Quinn.
Ms. Cion’s band features Karl Saint Lucy, Piano; Jeremy Bass, Guitar; Daniel Shuman, Bass; Michael Ryan Morales, Drums; Matthew Cleaver and DM Salsberg, Vocals.
Show make-up by Coco Bennett; promotional photography make-up by Christian Sanchez.