Meet Me at Dawn Creative

Zinnie Harris
Zinnie Harris' plays include the multi-award-winning Further than the Furthest Thing (National Theatre/Tron Theatre; winner of the 1999 Peggy Ramsay Award, 2001 John Whiting Award, Edinburgh Fringe First Award), How to Hold Your Breath (Royal Court Theatre; joint winner of the Berwin Lee Award), The Wheel (National Theatre of Scotland; joint winner of the 2011 Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award), Nightingale and Chase (Royal Court Theatre), Midwinter, Solstice (both RSC), Fall (Traverse Theatre/RSC), By Many Wounds (Hampstead Theatre) and the trilogy This Restless House (Citizens Theatre/National Theatre of Scotland), based on Aeschylus' Oresteia. Also, Ibsen's A Doll's House for the Donmar Warehouse, Strindberg's Miss Julie for the National Theatre of Scotland and Webster's The Duchess (of Malfi) (Royal Lyceum Theatre). Zinnie received an Arts Foundation Fellowship for playwriting, and was Writer in Residence at the RSC, 2000-2001. She is Professor of Playwriting and Screenwriting at St Andrews University, and was the Associate Director at the Traverse Theatre from 2015-2018.
Producer and Director
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 Or, the Whale, and created the role of Ivan in Suffering, Inc.. As Artistic Director of Theater Schmeater in 2007-2009 he directed Maria/Stuart and The American Pilot. He's also directed productions at ArtsWest, Seattle Public Theater, Balagan Theatre, and Mt. Baker Summer Rep. Before moving to Seattle in 2004, he co-founded Teatro Shalom in San Francisco, and was Executive Director of Dreamweavers Theatre in Napa, CA. As an actor he's appeared in An Oak Tree by Tim Crouch, and Underneath the Lintel by Glen Berger. David saw the world premiere of Meet Me at Dawn in Edinburgh in 2017, and is delighted to bring this extraordinary play to Seattle.
Stage Manager
Becca Pauza
Becca Pauza has been stage managing in Seattle since 2016. She studied performance production at Cornish College of the Arts. She has worked with Strawberry Theatre Workshop (ASM Proof, Lydia and SM How I Learned to Drive), Radial Theatre (SM The Pandemic Plays), and lives for small, black box productions. She is the former Technical Director (2019-2021) at 18th & Union, an arts space and continues to haunt their theatre. She is passionate about helping upstart and new theatre troupes get out of the basement and onto the stage.
Assistant Director
Amy Gang
Amy Gang is thrilled to be back with Radial Theater Project. She most recently directed Duplicate by Maggie Lee as part of The Pandemic Plays. She has worked in and around 18th & Union for years now, first as the Marketing Manager and currently as a board member. She’s a fan of all things surreal, sci-fi, and outdoors.
Streaming Manager
José Amador
Projection Designer
Kwame Braun
Kwame Braun started creating video projections for performance while teaching video production in UC Berkeley’s Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies department, with phantasmagorical imagery for Naomi Wallace’s Slaughter City. A surprising number of his subsequent shows have have indulged this sort of weirdness, including Lasso of Truth, Carson Kreitzer’s play about the origins of Wonder Woman (Marin Theater Company, 2014), Chavez Ravine by Culture Clash (UC Berkeley, 2016) Mary’s Wedding by Stephan Massicotte (Portland Center Stage, 2017), and Eyes Wide Open, a chamber opera, libretto by Philip Kan Gotanda, music by Max Duykers, premiered in 2022 at the Presidio Theater in San Francisco. Kwame has been striving for more muted hallucinations in recent projects, and Meet Me At Dawn seems perfect for that.
Associate Sound Designer
Sandra Huezo-Menjivar
Sandra Huezo-Menjivar (they/she) is a queer Latinx sound designer and engineer, and arts researcher based in Seattle, WA. Recent credits include Village Theatre KIDSTAGE's The Lightning Thief (Sound Engineer), MAP Theatre's a white haunting (Sound Designer), and ArtsWest's Swimming While Drowning (Sound Designer). You can find them on Instagram at @menjivar_sound.
Costume Designer
Amy LaZerte
Set Designer
Robin Macartney
Robin Macartney (she/her) is a freelance set and props designer who has been fortunate to work with a large number of the theatre companies in Seattle. She is the resident set designer at Theatre Off Jackson as well as the scene shop supervisor for the University of Puget Sound’s Theatre Department.
Lighting Designer
Amber Lynn Parker
Amber Parker is a freelance lighting designer based in Seattle whose work focuses on new and contemporary pieces in theatre, dance, and opera. She holds a Master's Degree in Theatrical Lighting Design from University of Washington. Recent designs include Secret Admirer (Dacha Theatre - streaming production), Tosca (Eugene Opera - Eugene OR), Admissions (Seattle Public Theatre - Seattle WA), YEN (ACT Theatre - Seattle WA), Hart Island (Village Theatre - Issaquah WA), As One (Eugene Opera- Eugene OR), Language Rooms (PonyWorld Theatre - Seattle WA), The Muses and The Year (The Gray - Seattle WA), 1984 (Radial Theater Project) and select performances at the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering (2019 event - Elko, NV).
Associate Lighting Designer
Anna Shih
Sound Designer
Robertson Witmer
Recent productions include: A Thousand Splendid Suns (Seattle Opera); A Christmas Carol (Merrimack Repertory Theater); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Seattle Shakespeare Company); 1984 (Radial Theater Project); The Best Summer Ever (Seattle Children's Theatre); Mrs. Caliban (Book-It Repertory Theater). His sound designs have also been heard at Seattle Rep, Intiman Theatre, Spectrum Dance Theater, Village Theatre, and Teatro ZinZanni.

Meet Me at Dawn was first presented at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, as part of the Edinburgh International Festival, on August 4, 2017.