Glynn Borders

GLYNN BORDERS is a Writer, Director, Solo Show Performer, Voiceover Performer, Teacher, Stagehand and Special Effects Director. He has worked in radio, film, television, Off-Broadway and Broadway Theaters in New York City. He is a proud member of the Theatrical Protection Union IATSE Local one.
Glynn began his career studying acting and directing at Lansing Community College, in cooperation with the Boars Head Theater Company, in Lansing, Michigan. He received a scholarship at the Hartman Theater Conservatory (Artistic Director, Gene Frankel), which lead to him relocating to Stamford, Connecticut and eventually to New York City. He participated in the Playwright’s Workshop at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater. Read more...

Composer/Musical Director
Mario E. Sprouse

Mario E. Sprouse has been active in the arena of music, theater and film for over 50 years. Recently he has been involved with cataloging the massive music/media collection of the for late, legendary, modern Renaissance man Gordon Parks, for whom he was the musical assistant for over 20 years.
Mr. Sprouse performed at Mr. Parks’ funeral at The Riverside Church in 2006 and at the first Gordon Parks Foundation Fundraising Dinner in 2007. In addition, Mr. Sprouse was the Music Supervisor for three of Parks’ films: “Moments Without Proper Names”, “Martin – a film ballet” and the Emmy-nominated HBO documentary “Half-Past Autumn: the Life and Works of Gordon Parks.” In this latter capacity, Mr. Sprouse worked with late veteran African-American documentary film maker St. Claire Bourne. Read More...

Kim Grier

KIM GRIER-MARTINEZ is the Artistic Director of the Rod Rodgers Dance Company, founded in 1967, located in the historic East Fourth Street Cultural District, in the heart of New York’s East Village. A native New Yorker, Ms. Grier- Martinez received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from the prestigious Philadelphia College of Performing Arts, now the University of the Arts, one of the top undergraduate dance programs in the United States. She is a dancer, performance artist, master teacher, educator and choreographer.
As a dancer, Ms. Grier-Martinez made her debut at the esteemed Metropolitan Opera House as the outstanding, principle dancer in George Gershwin's "Porgy & Bess", choreographed by Carmen de Lavallade. Across the country, she has performed as guest artist, in Missouri, with the Wylliams/Henry Dance Theater and in Philadelphia with LEJA Dance Theater. Read More...

Costume Designer
Raymond Pizarro

Mr. Pizarro is the president of Pizarro Designs & Co., Inc. since 1982.

Pizarro Designs is a custom, made to order clothing company and a costume design studio located in Harlem,N.Y.C.
Mr. Pizarro began his love affair with the rag trade at the age of 17, meeting a tailor, Joseph Brown who wore exquisite clothing that he designed and made. After commissioning him to have 3 pairs of slacks made upon picking them up and seeing how beautifully they were made, he then declared he would love to learn how to make clothes. Mr. Brown then said to him if he was serious to meet him at his shop afterschool. He did and the apprenticeship went on for 2 years.  Read More...
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