Rosie Glen-Lambert (@ringaroundro_z) is the Artistic Director and Founder of The Attic Collective and serves as the Literary Manager at Inkwell Theater. She has collaborated as a Director and Producer with a number of different theaters in Los Angeles including Sacred Fools, Inkwell Theater, Theater Planners, Bootleg Theater, Son of Semele, Occidental College, and MutantCollective. Rosie is thrilled to return to the Hollywood Fringe Festival to direct “The Last Croissant”! Her prior fringe project, “Dead Dog’s Bone: A Birthday Play” won the 2015 Encore Producer’s Award and earned her a nomination for best direction. Rosie is passionate about new and engaging theatre and continues to be inspired by the Los Angeles Theatre Community.
Veronica Tjioe (@verotjioe) received an MA in Theatre Arts from UC Santa Cruz and is an actor, sewist, and playwright. Her first work, “Dead Dog’s Bone: A Birthday Play”, won the Dharma Grace Award in 2012, the Hollywood Fringe Encore Producer’s Award in 2015, and made its East Coast debut at Nu Sass in DC this March. Her plays have had readings and full productions in Los Angeles, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington DC. Veronica is a proud member and literary manager of TheAttic Collective.
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Updated May 21 to fix a weird 3 minute gap in space-time (aka my editing skills are getting better and better ;) )
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