1984 Creative

Playwright
Michael Gene Sullivan
Michael Gene Sullivan (adapter) is an award-winning actor, director, and playwright based in San Francisco. From 1992 -1999 Michael was a Contributing Writer for the despite-its-name-never-silent, Tony and OBIE Award-winning San Francisco Mime Troupe before being named SFMT’s Resident Playwright 2000 to present. Michael is also a Resident Playwright for the Playwrights Foundation, and in 2017 was playwriting resident at the Djerassi Arts Center. Mr. Sullivan's political dramas, musicals, and satires include Walls (Ningun Humano Es Ilegal!), Treasure Island, For The Greater Good, Freedomland, Red Carol, Too Big To Fail, Did Anyone Ever Tell You-You Look Like Huey P. Newton?, Mr. Smith Goes to Obscuristan (with Josh Kornbluth), Godfellas, Too Big to Fail, Possibilidad or The Death of the Worker, the all-woman farce Recipe, his one person show, Did Anyone Ever Tell You -- You Look Like Huey P. Newton?, and his latest, The Great Khan.
Director and Producer
David Gassner
David Gassner is Producing Director of Radial Theater Project, and was founding Producing Director of 18th & Union. Radial Theater productions include Karaoke Suicide is Painless, 99 Layoffs, Beating Up Bachman, Hostages and 1984. He's a former member of Pony World Theater, where he directed We Are Proud to Present... and originated the role of Ivan in Suffering, Inc. As Artistic Director of Theater Schmeater in 2007-2009 he directed Maria/Stuart and The American Pilot. As an actor he's appeared in An Oak Tree by Tim Crouch, and Underneath the Lintel by Glen Berger.
Assistant Director
José Amador
Stage Manager
Emma Hagerman
Set Designer
Will Darling
Props Designer
Cole Hornaday
Fight Chorographer
May Nguyen Lee
Lighting Designer
Amber Lynne Parker
Costume Designer
K.D. Schill
Sound Designer
Robertson Witmer
Technical Director and Master Carpenter
K. Brian Neel
Associate Sound Designer
Johanna Melamed