Performing Artists

*These actors and stage manager are appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association. DRAGON'S BREATH is an Equity Approved Showcase for the 2014 FringeNYC Festival.

Actors' Equity Association (AEA), founded in 1913, represents more than 49,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. The Equity emblem is our mark of excellence.

Technical Artists


Costume Designer

David is equally adept at designing for dance, theater, circus, TV, film and the red carpet. His work in costuming and fashion has received critical acclaim in numerous publications: The Village Voice, WWD, Dance View Times, Dance Magazine, Ballet Review, Bust, Next, New York Magazine, Soap Opera in Depth, and Time Out New York, among others. Quinn has also designed for numerous dance companies in New York and across the country. He designed the costumes for the Martha Graham Dance Company’s Chasing, which premiered at Lincoln Center in 2011. He also designs exclusively, for the worldrenowned burlesque artists Dirty Martini and The World Famous *BOB*. Quinn designed the circus Desir, in conjunction with the jeweler Boucheron on its 150th anniversary. Quinn is featured in the documentaries Dirty Martini and the New Burlesque and Haute Child in the City. He designed the costumes for the feature length film Celluloid #1 and designed performance costumes featured in the movie Tournée, the directorial debut of Mathieu Amalric. Quinn’s made-to-order gowns have been on red carpets at the Tony Awards, the César Awards, the Emmy Awards, and the Cannes Film Festival, as well as countless opening nights and premieres. Quinn also conceives, costumes, and directs performance art happenings combining fashion, dance, and music. ArtForum called Quinn’s piece Scenes From a Ladies Room “a stunning spectacle.” Keep up to date with David Quinn on Facebook at Davidquinnnewyork, and on his website www.davidquinnnewyork.

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Lighting Designer

Gregg Bellon is a performer, director, writer, designer, and stage manager. OFF-BROADWAY: As Production Manager/Tech. DirectorFamily Secrets (Assoc. Prod. Mgr., 37Arts, prod. Harriet Leve, dir. Bob Balaban), The Revenger’s Tragedy (45Below, The Culture Project, Red Bull Theatre Company, dir. Jesse Berger). As Set/Lighting Designer – Sideways Stories from Wayside School (The New Acting Company, dir. Stephen Michael Rondel), Jane Ho (Lion Theater, HExTC, dir. Arian Blanco), The Jungle Book (The New Acting Company, dir. David Miller). REGIONAL: As Sound Designer – The Rivals; Rounding Third (Centenary Stage Company, dir. Carl Wallnau); OFF-OFF BROADWAY: As Production Designer/Stage Manager – Amber Martin's Hi! (GVC, dir. Howie Baggadonnutz); As PerformerLiving in Exile (HExTC, dir. Arian Blanco); As DirectorAloha, OY! (The Dorothy Strelsin at The Abingdon Theatre), The Knowledge & Conversation of My Holy Guardian Angel (HExTC/FringeNYC '04); As WriterLead Heavy Sky (The Production Collective/FringeNYC '03). Technical Director for the New York International Fringe Festival. Board President of Hudson Exploited Theater Company. Founder and Artistic Director of Production Consolidated, a production company founded on a holistic approach in the development of original work. As always, for Nick.


Composer & Sound Designer

Donald Stark designs sound for theater; composes music for film, stage, TV, and radio; and orchestrates songs for musical theater.  Most recently, Donald designed sound for Hudson Theatre Works’ mainstage spring production — One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.  Last season, he designed sound — including Foley effects and what one critic called a “weird jukebox” for pole dancers — for the Theatre Row supernatural-infused production of Spirits of Exit Eleven.  He also composed original music and designed sound for Garage Theatre Group’s production of Imagining Madoff and Summit Playhouse’s revival of Best Man.  Donald also designed sound for HTW’s revival last year of Of Mice and Men and recently completed the score for One State Films’ Passions of Miss Augusta.  Previously, Donald designed sound for ten short plays featured in Mile Square Theater’s 7th Inning Stretch, and composed music and designed sound for Italian American Repertory Company’s 2012 revival of Talk Radio.  By draconic happenstance (or dracontine affinity) Donald also is currently penning tunes for the musical Dragon Empress of China.