Steven Greenwood is a writer & director based in Montreal, Quebec. He also teaches theatre, film & cultural studies at McGill University, where he recently finished his PhD. His work is influenced by queer cultural history, and he is interested in all things pulpy, campy, and geeky. His playwrighting has been funded by the Canada Council for the Arts, and he has been involved with Playwrights Workshop Montreal, Jeunes Queer Youth, Montreal Improv, and the Canadian Musical Theatre Writers’ Collective. Select directing credits include Head Over Heels, Here Be Dragons, The Immaculate Contraception and Splatterpunks. Select writing credits include Inconvenient Dragons, Jason Sharp: Confirmed Bachelor, A Man in Hue, and North of Sherbrooke.
Cheyenne Cranston is a special education educator by day, and a stage manager, producer, and master’s student by night. She has a degree in English – Drama and Theatre (minor in English Literature and Communication Studies) from McGill University, and is currently pursuing her MA in Child Studies at Concordia University. She has worked with several production companies as a stage manager including Just For Laughs, Mainline Theatre (The Rocky Horror Show), AUTS (Spring Awakening), McGill English Department (Blood Relations) and Home Theatre Productions ([title of show], Heroes: Behind the Tights), as well as a virtual stage manager (Quebec Drama Federation, Mainline Theatre) and an Assistant Stage Manager (Segal Centre). She has also produced several shows for Home Theatre Productions, and worked with the St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival. A lover of fantasy and everything geek, Cheyenne likes to keep herself on her toes by doing a little bit of everything.
Lucas Amato is a Montreal-based actor, designer, lyricist and playwright. He is a graduate of McGill University (BSc, Anatomy and Cell Biology, minor in Theatre), Concordia University (BFA, Playwrighting program, stream in acting) as well as a student of the Canadian Musical Theatre Writers Collective taught by Jonathan Monro. Lucas has performed in various plays, Improv shows, musicals, and the like, throughout his two degrees and beyond. Select writing credits include Splatterpunks (produced by Home Theatre Productions, 2019), My Children (produced by Home Theatre Productions, cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19) and various shows for the McGill Drama Festival. An avid horror fan, comedian, and clown at heart, he loves to challenge himself through dramatic acting despite his silly nature. He has acted with many theatre and performance companies in Montreal in addition to Home Theatre Productions, including McGill Improv, Players Theatre, AUTS, Becket Players, Contact Theatre, Rubber Tree Media, WISTA (Vice President/Event Coordinator) and Just Right Productions (Co-Founder).