Joseph Osborne (he/him) has been involved in theater since college, but most intensely in the last six years. He has acted in five productions both professionally and as an amateur. He has written plays and had a few produced at Open Stage Harrisburg. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild and has taken courses with the Guild Institute and the Chicago Dramatists
Outside of theater Joseph is a musician and entrepreneur. He has designed and built harpsichords, robots, kinetic sculptures and the solar house he lives in with his wife, retired landscape designer Margaret Sobolewski, and two Siamese cats, Sammy and Scooter.
Talia Gold (she/her) is a Chicago-based writer, teacher, and music director. 2020 New Voices Project winner in new musical theatre. Other credits include: as writer; XR (extended release), Death Bear. As music direction; Parade, Into the Woods, XR (extended release) (Northwestern University); 10-Minute Musical Festival (Chicago Dramatists). Talia works at Storycatchers Theatre, a nonprofit dedicated to developing creative, narrative voices inside Illinois' juvenile justice system. When she's not engrossed in music in one way or another, she's curled up with her cat, Kuiper.