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An award winning screenwriter, Dana Biscotti Myskowski teaches writing and scriptwriting at the University of New Hampshire.  She has scripted a planetarium show, numerous corporate videos, public service announcements, an artist’s video, and a plethora of short and feature length spec scripts. She has written for radio, newspapers, and newsletters, and has edited a college alumni magazine.  Whenever the occasion presents itself she also performs voice-over work, most recently on a corporate video project for a Fortune 100 company.

John Michael Sefel has been an active member of the New England arts community for over fifteen years, working as a director, writer, actor, musician, casting director and producer.  His work has been recognized by the New Hampshire Theatre Awards, the New England Regional Theatre Festival, the NHCTA State Festival, National Critics' Institute, the New England Fringe Festival, the Playwright's Platform and the Firehouse Center for the Arts' "Newb'y Awards." His recent works include co-editing 2010's Seven Deadly Sins: a collection of new plays with Donald Tongue and directing the New England premiere of "Dear Harvey" at Chester College of New England, where he is a faculty member in the Writing and Literature Department. He has served as the Artistic Director of the award-winning Ghostlight Theater Co. of New England, as Producing Artistic Director with the Acting Loft Academy of Performing Arts, and as Founding Director of the only-somewhat-tongue-in-cheek Troupe de la Sockspeare. He serves as a Respondent for the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival and holds associate membership in the Stage Directors & Choreographers Society and voting membership with the National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences, Inc.

Donald Tongue is a 1983 graduate of Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam, with a degree in classical guitar performance.  Since then he has gravitated more toward the art of all things theatrical; from sharing a round of “pirate sherry”, in a 1995 production of Pirates of Penzance, to having four plays published by Heuer Publishing, Inc. His plays have been produced in Boston, New York, Los Angeles and Wellington New Zealand.  Donald is a member of the Playwrights’ Platform, of Newton MA, and a member of the Dramatists Guild of America

Lowell Williams is a New England  actor, producer, and playwright.  He is a two-time winner of NHTA’s Best Original Play award,  and holds AACT awards for acting, and a Best Production with KISTheater for an original play in 2001. He was an original board member with Yellow Taxi Productions where he was Playwright-in-Residence for five years. Lowell holds an MFA from Goddard College and is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.  Lowell is an avid Yankees fan who lives in Nashua.

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