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Glynnis Nadelbaum

Artistic and Development Director

Glynnis is Philadelphia based theater artist and administrator. She received a B.A. in Theatre from Bates College in Lewiston, ME, where she founded a small theater company and partnered with the Lewiston Public Library to start an annual free "Shakespeare Week." In 2017 she relocated to Philadelphia to join the Arden Professional Apprentice Class 25, and has since fallen deeply in love with this city. She is currently also the Director of Warrior Writers, a national veterans focused arts non profit, dedicated to supporting veterans in the discovery of the arts as a transformative tool. She also works for Philadelphia Young Playwrights, and freelances at theaters across the city.


Autumn Storm Blalock 
 Managing Director

Autumn Storm Blalock is an interdisciplinary artist and Theater for Health (TfH) researcher originally from Capitol Heights, MD. A published playwright and scholar, her most recent works examine the way that Black people are visually interpreted onstage. Her work in theater scholarship has been recognized by the Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) among others. When she is not contributing to the literature Autumn is an administrator and dramaturg. Her recent credits include serving as dramaturg for Eagle Theater's production of "Water by the Spoonful" and Inis Nua Theatre’s production of "Nine Night". She is passionate about creative communication received her Masters degree in Theater and a certification in Nonprofit Management in 2022 from Villanova University.


Emily Cross 

General Manager

Emily Cross is a Philadelphia based arts administrator and technical theater artist. She got bit by the theatre bug at a young age, performing and eventually teching with Methacton Community Theater in Collegeville, PA. She graduated from Temple University in 2016 with a degree in film & media arts, and currently works as an administrative assistant for the tech department of the School District of Springfield Township in Montgomery County. She also enjoys working as a tech director for the theatre program at St Hubert Catholic High School for Girls, encouraging young women to become interested in the technical aspects of theatre.


Sophie Strachan
Marketing and Design Manager

Sophie is a New Jersey-based artist, designer, and administrator that strives to make a positive impact on the world through her work. She creates embroidery art and illustrations and offers design services for non-profits and small businesses. Sophie received her Master’s Degree in Museum Exhibition Planning + Design from the University of the Arts and continually looks for ways to learn and grow. She has experience in numerous fields of study and uses her collection of skills to contribute to meaningful missions. She is currently the Workshop and Team Administrator for a Nonprofit called RAFT: Resilience for Advocates through Foundational Training and an Art History Professor at Rowan College at Burlington County.

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