Katharine Horowitz – Sound Designer & Editor
Katharine previously designed sound for Jimmy and Lorraine, Blood Knot, West of Central, ≈[almost equal to], The Children, The Great Divide (1 and 2), Scapegoat, Bright Half Life, Prep, The Gospel of Lovingkindness, Death Tax, Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet and The Brothers Size, and was a co-designer for Buzzer. Her work has been heard regionally at the Guthrie Theater, Children’s Theatre Company (as assistant designer), History Theatre, The Jungle Theater, Mixed Blood Theatre, Park Square Theatre, Walking Shadow Theatre Company, Mu Performing Arts, Torch Theater, Gremlin Theatre, Girl Friday Productions, and nationally at Second City Theatricals, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre, the Great River Shakespeare Festival, and the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival. Katharine was a 2017 McKnight Theater Artist Fellow at the Playwrights’ Center, and is a professional member of the Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association (TSDCA). More information at www.katsound.com
Brendan Kelly – Sound Engineer
Brendan Kelly’s career tragectory has included stretches as a 2nd grade teacher, group home nutritionist, and telemarketer for the Milwaukee Ballet, along with a decade of touring the world as a DJ and producer. Under the name BK-One, he has released music with hip hop legends (The Roots, MF Doom, Wu-Tang Clan); jazz firebrands (The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble); master producers (Cut Chemist, Prince Paul); and Brazilian composers (Arthur Verocai, Helcio Milito). BK has also released music with a few strange bedfellows as well, including a psychedelic French cowgirl, a kids pop band led by Adam Levy of The Honeydogs, and singer/songwriter Anthony Newes with whom he formed the band Bones & Beeker. After 7 years of volunteer work alongside dozens of other community members helping to pave the way for Low Power FM in the Twin Cities, Brendan was asked to launch one of these stations in South Minneapolis. In 2017, he was named Station Manager for 98.9 FM – KRSM Radio and served in that position until September of 2020. He has no idea what comes next, but hears that the Milwaukee Ballet might be looking for new telemarketers.
Drea Reynolds / Queen Drea – Music Design
Queen Drea creates conceptual soundscapes. By applying a poetic and often metaphorical language to her lyrics and compositions, she tries to approach a wide scale of subjects in a multi-layered way and likes to involve the audience in conversation as they accompany her on her musical journey. Her performances directly respond to the surrounding environment and use everyday experiences from the artist as a starting point. Often these are framed instances that would go unnoticed in their original context. With a conceptual approach, her work references love, pain, the feeling of not being “enough as a form of resistance against the “Normalcy” box people want to put her in.
Elizabeth R. MacNally – Production Stage Manager
Elizabeth is thrilled to be at Pillsbury House Theatre. She has been stage managing in the Twin Cities for over ten years. Some of her favorite shows in the past include Main Street and Hiding in the Open at the History Theatre; NextFall and Recent Tragic Events at the Jungle Theater; Bug and Buzzer at Pillsbury House Theatre and 9 Parts of Desire at the Guthrie Theater. Elizabeth has a B.F.A. from Rockford College in Rockford, IL, and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.