She Kills Monsters CREATIVE

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Mike Fatum
Mike Fatum (he/him) is so excited to be making his directorial debut for Worlds Elsewhere, a company he loves dearly. For Worlds Elsewhere, he’s previously appeared in "A Midsummer Night’s Charity Stream" and "Lysistrata", as well as both cabarets (to date). Previously, he’s directed "The Woman in Black" and "The Mousetrap" for Pacifica Spindrift Players, "Captain Condom" for Piano Fight, and "You Can’t Take it With You" for Calvary Theater Group. He’s extraordinarily grateful to have the beautiful wife and darling daughter that he has – thanks for putting up with this, folks; daddy won’t have nightly rehearsals for a bit.
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Assistant Director
David Neubauer
David Neubauer (he/him/they/them) has been passionate about games and storytelling for his whole life, and has tried to bring those experiences with him to assistant directing this production. Worldbuilding and games (of all kinds) share a lot of similarities with theatre, and he is constantly in awe of the amazing cast bringing this vision to life.
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Nicole Lopez-Hagan
Nicole Lopez-Hagan (she/her) is a San Francisco soprano, who after majoring in history and minoring in music at University of San Francisco went on to earn her MFA in music performance, opera emphasis, at Notre Dame de Namur University (NDNU) in Belmont, CA. She subsequently took part in young artist programs around the world, in addition to singing with SF Bay Area companies including Pocket Opera, Opera San Jose, Chamber Music Silicon Valley, and Stanford Light Opera. She started stage managing at NDNU, before being brought on board the Pacifica Spindrift Players (PSP) production of "Gin Game". She stage managed for Mike Fatum on the PSP productions of "The Woman in Black" and "The Mousetrap". She is thrilled to be entrusted once more to help facilitate his vision.
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Assistant Producer
Bex Silberfein
Bex Silberfein (she/her) is thrilled to once again work on a Worlds Elsewhere production. She would like to thank the SKM cast and crew for being epic, and the WETC D&D party for teaching her the ropes. This one is for you, Josh. You’re the best big brother a kid could ask for.
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Staff Producer
Ilana Greenberg-Sud
Ilana Greenberg-Sud (she/her/they/them) has been playing TTRPGS almost as long as she's been doing theatre, which is saying something. Her preferred class is a firebug mage, but she'll play a puncher/wall when the need arises, and her favorite characters ever were a series of speedsters who had to roll Will saves to not just go if the other characters talked for too long. Oh, wait, this is a theatre bio. :D Ilana is once again ecstatic to help WETC put on a hell of a show, and is very pleased by the confluence of ridiculous events that caused this particular show to be performed at this particular time. Trans Rights Are Human Rights, stay safe, sibs, and keep on fighting the good fight.
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Technical Director
Addie Greenberg-Sud
Adrianne Greenberg-Sud (she/her) is a software developer and digital streamer in Seattle, WA. She has been supporting Worlds Elsewhere’s technological needs since the company’s founding in 2020. She’s very proud to offer her skills toward Worlds Elsewhere’s mission — live theatre, for everyone, everywhere.
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Stage Manager
Ria Lodick
Ria Lodick (she/her) is a stage manager in Seattle, recently relocated from the California Bay Area, where she worked steadily as a performer, stage director, stage manager, and children’s theater summer camp director for almost a decade. She has a Master of Education in Instructional Design, a Vocal Performance Graduate Certificate with an emphasis in Musical Theatre, and is a NDNU Music Theatre Conservatory graduate. When not dressed all in black, commanding the backstage, she loves the challenge and the art of passing information on to young minds in ways that inspire them to explore their own creativity and passions.

Original Creative Team

“She Kills Monsters” was first produced in New York City at The Flea Theater -
Jim Simpson, Artistic Director; Carol Ostrow, Producing Director.