Audrey Lang (Playwright) is based in New York City and in Ithaca, NY, where she is a theatre student at Ithaca College focusing on playwriting. Her other work includes Dear Anna, a full-length play that has been performed at Ithaca Theatre Collective and MCC Youth Company's FreshPlay Festival 2016; ten-minute plays a/in/the/of (Winner of The Theater Collective's Sugartown Shorts, 2018), something you might not know about me (Finalist in IC Play Incubator, 2018; Ithaca College PlayFest, 2017), Scared of Something (Finalist in Manhattan Rep January Short Play Festival and invited to Playwrights Showcase, 2017), and People Like That (Finalist in Manhattan Rep Summer 2016 One Act Play Competition, 2016). She has several other pieces currently in development, including Mini Golf is a Real Sport, Cannoli is Plural, and You Go Down to AC (developed at SPACE on Ryder Farm in 2017); alex getting better (a play cycle that includes something you might not know about me and will be performed at Ithaca College this fall); and Hotel (an original musical perfomed in MCC Youth Company's FreshPlay Festival 2015). Audrey is an alum of MCC Theater Youth Company's Playwriting Lab, taught by Lucy Thurber, and in the summer of 2017, was a resident at SPACE on Ryder Farm with MCC, mentored by playwright Emily Zemba.

   

Rachael Langton (Director) is a theatre director based in New York City. She has been collaborating with Audrey Lang on You Have To Promise for a year and a half, and has directed and helped facilitate two developmental workshops, as well as one 10-minute play. Other directing credits include a/in/the/of, which won the 2018 Sugartown Shorts Festival of 10-minute plays, The Bald Soprano at Ithaca College and The 39 Steps with Ithaca College Players. Rachael serves as the Artistic and Education Assistant for Unsung Musicals Co., an organization committed to producing new vibrant musicals that focus on how the past influences our present and future. Rachael has also stage managed workshops with Abingdon Theatre Company including Eve Ensler's 2018 benefit production of Extraordinary Measures. Previously, Rachael served as an artistic assistant for Performing Arts for Social Change, and assisted in facilitating various theatre development and education workshops, including two workshops at Juilliard. Education: BA Theatre Studies, Ithaca College.

   

Rebecca Meyers (Producer) is super excited to be working with this fantastic team. She is a theatre renaissance woman having dabbled in numerous fields, but producing seems to be her calling. New York credits include Loveless Texas (Boomerang Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (NYSX). Hofstra credits include The Cherry Orchard (SM), Clybourne Park (SM), Hospice (SM), and Don Juan Comes Back from the War (ASM). Rebecca is a recent graduate of Hofstra University where she received a BFA in Stage Management and Theatre Production. This is her producing debut.

Stephanie Oliver (Stage Manager) is a senior at City College of New York. She lives in Bed Stuy (do or die) and is the Stage Manager for Audrey Lang's beautiful play You Have To Promise. Some of her work includes: The Parlour Production Stage Manager (Savage Detectives), Visions of Lilith Stage Manager (The Artist's Sandbox), Usual Girls Asst. Stage Manager (Spookfish Theater), Denise Playwright (FreshPlay Festival), Freedman's Torchlight Stage Manager (Weeksville Museum), The Curse of the Babywoman Production Stage Manager (Big Theater), Tick, Tick, BOOM Stage Manager (The Artist's Sandbox), Agnes Asst. Stage Manager (Middle Voice). She is excited to be working on this workshop!