Romy Nordlinger (Actor/Playwright)
Romy Nordlinger: Selected credits: “Edna Hoffman” (VO role) in Florence Foster Jenkins dir. Stephen Frears, co-starred on Bull (CBS), WOMG and The Ruthless Spectator (Web Series), Lancelot by Steven Fechter (The Woodsman), also in pre production for the Lancelot feature film. Co & Guest starring roles on Law & Order CI (Officer Talbor), All My Children, Gothams, One Life To Live, plus numerous indie films. Selected theatre: “Rose"/ Shakespeare's Slave @ Clurman with Resonance Ensemble; Between Here and There @ New Perspectives; The Woman On The Bridge workshop dir. Ludovica Viller Hauser; January dir Lorca Peress/Multi Stages, R Culture by Cecilia Copeland @ IRT, Stage Struck helmed by Mari Lyn Henry and The Society For The Preservation Of Theatrical History @ Snapple Theatre, The Players Club, Metropolitan Playhouse. Regional credits include Actors Theatre of Louisville, Wilma, Fleetwood Stage, Emelin. Playwriting credits include Liptshick @ FringeNYC , The Feeling Part with LoNyLa & The Playwriting Collective, Broadville @ Manhattan Theatre Source & her solo show Sex and Sealing Wax @ MITF. Romy is also an audiobook narrator and voice-over artist with over 200 titles to her credit as well as numerous international voice over spots. Romy has also been a theatre teaching artist for the past 15 years working with underserved communications in every borough of Manhattan. Member of The League Of Professional Theatre Women. Member of NY Madness, Resonance Theatre Ensemble, Flux Sundays and The Playwrights Gallery. B.F.A University Of Arts.
Nick T Moore (Composer/Sound Designer)
Nick is a 7 time award nominated theatre and film composer and sound designer, with almost 20 years experience creating magic for audiences in NYC. Nick’s work includes, Off-Broadway: The Drawer (IT nominee, best sound) - SoHo Playhouse/Oberon Theater Ensemble; Expatriate - Culture Project; Summer Shorts 14’/15/16’’ - 59E59 & Throughline Artists; Crazy For The Dog - Jean Cocteau Rep., Defenses Of Prague - La Mama; Embraceable Me - (NY) Rachel Reiner Productions/(NC) Blumenthal PAC, Broke Wide Open - Samah Productions, Off-off-b-way: 18 Resonance Ensemble productions, including 23 Knives (IT nominee, best sound/music); 7 Oberon Theater Ensemble productions including Keep On Truckin' It's War (MITF nominee outstanding sound), The Woodsman & Christopher Boal’s Pimm's Mission; Peace (IT nominee, best Musical) - MCTC; Monster Literature Epsiodes 1-5 – Brooklyn Lyceum, Summoner's Tale - Hook and Eye Theater Company; Film includes: Being Reel, (Coca-Cola Refreshing Filmmaker’s Contest winner), The Ticket Seller, Writer/Director Laura Archer - NewFilmakers New York/ DAMNFest/ WAMMFest/ Powfest; Dance: Illuminate– Equilateral Theater Company, Oit Of Water – The Turner Project; Member: Dramatists Guild; Resonance Ensemble; Roundabout.
Adam Burns (Video Designer)
Adam’s artwork, films, screenplays and theater video designs have been shown internationally, including major New York venues like the Big Apple Film Festival, the New York International Fringe Festival and Tribeca Cinemas. Shows include Lipstick,Broadville, Sex + Sealing Wax, and now PLACES. Adam lived on Greyhound buses for a year writing his first novel and adapted his second into a feature screenplay. He’s currently writing his third novel, a dystopian sci-fi about humanity’s urgent need to evolve toward empathy.
David Wayne Fox (Photographer)
In addition to photography, David wears many other hats, including that of optician (“helping people see things my way”). He is the composer for the 2010 off-off-Broadway production of Rhoda Heartbreak starring “Drag Race” alum Mimi Imfurst. In the acting world, he played a snarky blogger in the indie feature Invisible Ink (2015) and can be seen in numerous other movies and TV shows. He also paints in acrylics, specializing in portraits, pet portraits and landscapes. Many thanks to Romy and Adam for the opportunity of helping to tell Nazzy's amazing tale!
Places is made possible in part by the support of Jack Sharkey
The Drama Desk Award-winning 59E59 is dedicated to bringing the best new work from around the country and across the world to premiere in New York. Their annual East to Edinburgh festival highlights North American companies and productions before they make the journey across the pond in the closest thing to Festival Fringe this side of the Atlantic.
Edinburgh Fringe Festival
The Fringe began in 1947 when eight groups arrived in Edinburgh hoping to perform at the newly formed Edinburgh International Festival but were refused entry. Rather than being discouraged from performing, they went ahead and performed on the fringe of the Festival anyway and so the Edinburgh Festival Fringe was born.
2017 marks the 70th anniversary of these eight groups’ defiance and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe is now the largest arts festival in the world.
The Fringe is a truly open access festival where, in the spirit of the original eight, no one is denied entry, making it the largest platform on earth for creative freedom.