Brad Raimondo (Producing Artistic Director & Co-founder) is a New York City based Director, Producer and Teaching Artist who earned his MFA in Directing at the New School for Drama in May, 2013. During his final year at the New School, Brad directed his own two-hour adaptation of Hamlet, the world premiere of Some Dark Places of the Earth by Claire Kiechel and an actors’ co-lab production of Othello. Recent projects include assisting Davis McCallum on the new Samuel D. Hunter play The Few at Rattlestick, and directing A Streetcar Named Desire for the Mime & Mummers at Fordham Univeristy, the world premiere of Claire Kiechel’s Whale Song or Learning to Live With Mobyphobia, praised by nytheatre.com for its “beautiful and pointed” direction (The Dreamscape Theatre/FringeNYC 2011), Pageant Wagon’s “masterful” production of Don Nigro’s Green Man (Frigid Festival, 2010). In 2013 Brad directed three plays in the summer season of Illinois’ largest summer theatre festival, Festival 56: Lanford Wilson’s Talley’s Folly, The Heiress by Ruth and Augustus Goetz and Hometown – Anonymous, a new site-specific play based on stories submitted by the local community. As co-founder and Producing Artistic Director of The Dreamscape Theatre, Brad has produced sixteen of Dreamscape’s seventeen full productions since 2002, including six world premieres.  He has also produced or co-produced fourteen readings or development workshops of new plays with Dreamscape. 

Maya Evans (Company Manager) Hailing from the majestic desert of Arizona, Maya is a performer/director/
administrator armed with a passion for original work & her BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Recent credits include: Funeral Food (The Kraine), The Butterfly's Day (The Clarion Theater), Kingdom of the Clouds (Theater 80 St. Mark's), & Mercury in Retrograde (Joe's Pub).

Ricardo Pérez González (Playwright in Residence, Founding Member) splits his time writing between his stoop garden in NYC and his window garden in LA. His first play, the story of the WWI Christmas Truce In Fields Where They Lay (dir. Brad Raimondo) was hailed by the NY Times as “gripping” and “moving drama.” Since that debut, the Sundance Institute selected Ricardo for their Inaugural Writer’s Intensive and his Alan Turing Biopic, The Tender Peel, won him an Alfred P. Sloan Grant. He is also currently a member of the Emerging Writer’s Group at the Public Theater. His produced writing credits include the drag ball musical Neon Baby (book writer/co-lyricist, Pregones 2013), Inside Out (commissioned by Pregones to address anti-gay bullying), a play about the biblical figure Hannah (2014 commission), Ashé, his Puerto Rican style two brothers myth (UP Theater, 2013), and his short film Losses and Gains about gay male body image. Unproduced work includes his transgender family drama, La casa de Ocaso, his BDSM drama R.A.C.K., his comedic play about cultural scapegoating, Name & Blame, Inc., and his play about the cutthroat world of women in academia, Plagium. Upcoming projects include a December 2014 remount of In Fields Where They Lay, and the ongoing development of Red and Gold, his new play about racially segregated gay bars in the 1950s, at the New York Public Theater.
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