Lenny holds an MFA from the Professional Actor Training Program (PATP) at Ohio University and a BA in Theater Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. As an actor, director and educator Lenny has worked with: The Kennedy Center, Cherry Lane Theatre NYC, Theatre Row NYC, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, PCPA Theaterfest, Houston Shakespeare Festival, Renaissance Theaterworks, Milwaukee Chamber Theater, Hyperion Theater Project NYC, Texas Shakespeare Festival, Virginia Shakespeare Festival, Milwaukee Shakespeare, Huron Playhouse, Secret Theater NYC, Hedgepig Ensemble Theatre NYC, Monomoy Theatre on Cape Cod, and as a guest artist at NYU, Wayne State University, Marshall University, Idaho State University, Marquette University, and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Lenny is also the Artistic Director of Hope Summer Repertory Theatre in Holland, MI.
For the past twelve years Kevin has served as a General Manger & Company Manager for Broadway shows and their National Tours. Recent Broadway credits include WICKED, Nice Work If You Can Get It staring Matthew Broderick and Kelly O'Hara, and Curtains: The Musical staring David Hyde Pierce and Debra Monk. National Tours include WICKED, The Book of Mormon, A Night With Janis Joplin, Legally Blonde, MAMMA MIA!, and Stomp. Additionally, Kevin was Company Manager for Blue Man Group in Chicago and was an investing partner on Broadway’s Peter And The Starcatcher as well as If/Then staring Idina Menzel, LaChanze, and Anthony Rapp. Kevin is an alumni of Bowling Green State University where he worked towards his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with an emphasis in arts management.
A native New Yorker, Alyssa holds a BFA in Vocal Performance from SUNY Purchase. Alyssa has produced, managed and performed in numerous productions with theaters and performing arts organizations across New York City. Companies include: TITAN Theatre Company, Queens Theatre, Target Margin Theatre Company, Symphony Space, The Cherry Lane, The New Ohio and spent seven seasons as Managing Director of The Secret Theatre in Long Island City. Alyssa has also worked with various non-for-profit organizations to raise money and awareness for charities, which include Broadway Cares, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, The Ronald McDonald House, Helping Hands and The Anti-Defamation League. In addition, Alyssa worked for over five years as a production coordinator for Liz Claiborne, Inc., executing events that were hosted by the company’s Chief Creative Officer, Tim Gunn.
co-founder/resident acting company
Laura holds an MFA in Classical Acting from the Professional Actor Training Program (PATP) at the University of Houston and a BFA in Theatre Performance from Marshall University. As an actor Laura has performed with: Westport Country Playhouse, Delaware REP, SAGE Theatre Time Square, Hyperion Theatre Project NYC, NYC Fringe Festival, Virginia Shakespeare Festival, Monomoy Theatre, Lake Geneva Theatre Company, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, First Stage, and internationally at Teatro Franco Parentti in Milan and Teatro Patalogico in Rome. TITAN credits include: Iago in Othello, Elizabeth in Richard III, Chorus in Henry V, Regan in King Lear, as well as Hamlet, Love’s Labours Lost, Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, and more. Laura is also a certified yoga and Pilates instructor. Find her on YouTube at “Laura Runs and Eats” and on Instagram @laurafrye_nyc.
Emily holds an M.F.A. in Acting from The Yale School of Drama, and a B.A. in Theatre with a concentration in Literature from Grinnell College. As a literary associate Emily has helped develop plays as a freelance script consultant and dramaturg for all genres of work, as the former literary manager of Fresh Produc’d NYC, and through play development workshops with New Dramatists, The Lark, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Alley Theatre, The Signature Theatre, The Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, The Arden Theatre Company, The Yale Repertory Theatre/Yale Cabaret/Yale School of Drama, The Utah Shakespeare Festival, The Landing Theatre, and Next Act Theatre Company and others. As an actress Emily has performed across the country from New York’s Lincoln Center to The Pacificy Conservatory Theatre in California where she is currently a Resident Artist and Faculty Member. She can be heard as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet and Ophelia in Hamlet and Portia in Julius Caesar on The Folger Library's audiobooks/Shakespeare app – for which she was also a contributing scholar. Emily is also a nationally and internationally published poet. Titan Credits Include: A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM, OTHELLO, and as co-adaptor for Titan’s A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
Analiese trained as an actor at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC. She is an Advanced Actor Combatant and certified Gun Wrangler with the Society of American Fight Directors, as well as whip trained. As a costumer, Analiese has worked professionally recreating historical fashions, as a costume designer, and as a wardrobe supervisor. Previous credits include: Cupid’s Revenge (Timantus, Fight Captain), Dog Sees God (Fight Coreographer), Hamlet (Ophelia, Costume Assistant), The Crucible (Mary Warren, Costume Designer), Hope Summer Repertory Theatre 2018 (Asst. Costume Shop Manager/Wardrobe Supervisor).
Credits with TITAN: Richard III (U/S Lady Anne), A Christmas Carol (Businessman, Ensemble, Costume Assistant), Medea (U/S Creon, Aegeus, Costume Assistant), Much Ado About Nothing (Boy, First Watch, Costume Assistant, Props Designer), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena/Peasblossom).
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Tressa holds an MFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Georgia and a BFA in Theatre Acting and Directing from Marshall University. She is also a resident company member at the Flea Theater in Tribeca. Joining the Titan team in 2013, her favorite Titan credits are This Prison Where I Live, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Twelfth Night. Additionally, Tressa is the Director of Organizational Support for Project Renewal, Inc.—a nonprofit founded in 1967 whose mission is to end the cycle of homelessness by empowering individuals and families with health, homes, and jobs.
Sophia Watt is a Freelance director and Artistic Associate at Titan Theatre. At Titan she has directed for their community outreach program, bringing free Shakespeare readings to the Queens Library system. She has assistant directed on many of Titan’s MainStage productions. Recent directorial credits include: Oleanna at Landing Theatre Company and Hedda Gabbler at Rec Room, as well as a new short play Creatures of Habit, at Landing Theatre Company. This winter she will be returning to the University of Houston as a guest artist to direct Three Sisters and in the spring she will be assistant directing for Theresa Rebeck, at the Alley Theatre. Sophia is a member of the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab and was a member of the SDCF observership class from 2016-2018. She has a BFA from the Hartt School and an MFA from the University of Houston.