Danusia Trevino (Actress, Writer) was most recently seen performing with The Wooster Group in A Pink Chair (In Place Of a Fake Antique) at Fisher Art Center during Summer Fest Festival. Her one woman show Wonder Bread won Best One Woman Show Award at the United Solo Festival In New York and was performed at Theater for the New City, HB Studio, HBPF the Players Club at Gala Benefit celebrating the life of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara. ) 59West59 Theater and in Edinburgh International Festival. Danusia also appeared in Erick Ehn’s Soulographie at La Mama NY, dir. Krzysztof Garbaczewski, in Summerfalk (dir. Austin Pendelton) as Natasha in The Master and Margarita and Lubov Griegorievna in Lady with a Lapdog with Jokes and Happy Ending (dir. Aleksey Burago) at HBPF, She was Masha in The Seagull (dir. Rochelle Oliver) and Sunna in Unity (dir. Carol Rosenfeld). Other New York credits include Dimentia in Scenes From an Execution (dir. Yelena Gluzman) at Horace Mann Theater and two productions at P.S.122, Miracle Now and The Birth of Anne Frank directed by the singer Antony of Antony and the Johnsons. She toured nationally with Anne Bogart’s production of War of the Worlds—The Radio Play. Film: Acts of Worship (dir. Rosemary Rodriguez), Where is Joe Baum (dir. Pearl Gluck) and And Accordion Dreams (dir. Michelle Lippitt). She can be currently seen as the hilarious, mad nurse in a The Louise Log (5-star comedy webseries). Her documentary photographs were recently a part of photography exhibit Polish Women Photographers of the 20th Century at the National Art Gallery in Warsaw, Poland and are published in a book under the same title. AEA SAG
Aleksey Burago (Director) Graduated from Moscow Academy of Theatre Arts (GITIS) and studied with world famous director, Peter Phomenko. Moscow Directing: Beyond Recognition. Off-Broadway Directing: Gamblers, An Absolutely Happy Village, Ah! My Dear Andersen On the Eve (1998 Obie Nominee); HB Playwrights Foundation: Vassa, Picnic on the Battlefield, The Master and Margarita, Wonder Bread, Lady with the Lapdog with Jokes and a Happy Ending TV: The Queen of Spades (Actor/Director). AWARDS: 1992 Best Director – St. Petersburg Comedy Festival; 1993 Best Director – Moscow Annual Festival of Classical Plays. Teaching: Acting Professor, Theatre Academy and Conservatory in St. Petersburg, Acting Professor, Danish Theatre School GITIS, Scandinavia. Acting Professor, Manhattanville College, Artistic & founding director of Russian Arts Theatre & Studio based in New York City. Associate member SSDC.
Olga Rogova (Set Design) Olga was born in Moscow, Russia. She studied set design in Moscow Art Theatre School. Olga moved to New York in 2005. She designed sets and costumes for Off-Off-Broadway. She worked as associate with Tony Walton on various projects, including Broadway .
Olga now lives and works in New York and Moscow.