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Meet the Tracks Team


Paula B Stanic

Paula (she/her) has written plays for theatre companies and spaces around the UK. Her play What’s Lost won the Alfred Fagon Award, Monday was shortlisted for the John Whiting and Four Decades was a finalist for the 2021 Women’s Prize for Playwriting. She’s been a writer on attachment at Soho Theatre & the National Theatre Studio and in the 2016 Drama Room at BBC Writersroom. Paula’s recent work includes: Messiah, co-written with Jesse Briton, Night Shift for Zoo Co Theatre, being part of the writer’s room at Stockroom Productions and the upcoming Dissonance for NEW ’24 RWCMD & Paines Plough. She is the 2023 Roland Rees Bursary Recipient.

NLTP debut.

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Tabatha (she/her)  is a multi-hyphenate creative based in NYC. Her personal and collaborative projects have been developed with Ars Nova, Musical Theater Factory, Poetic Theater Productions, Out of Chaos Theater (UK), the Center for Hellenic Studies at Harvard University, and the Wild Project. Select directorial credits include Ink’dWell (NLTP), Medea (Center For Hellenic Studies/Harvard University), and Tragic Fragments (Out of Chaos Theater) (UK). She is a proud NLTP Resident Artist. Find her at

For NLTP: According to the Chorus, Ink'dWell, The Great Novel


Sarah (she/her) is an award-winning director and producer. Select directing highlights include: 59E59 Theaters, Guild Hall of East Hamptons, Pleasance Theatre (Edinburgh), Greenside Theatre (Edinburgh), Bottom Dog Theatre (Ireland), Adelaide Fringe Festival (Australia), 59E59 Theaters, Rogue Machine (Los Angeles), LAByrinth Theatre, Working Theater, Electric Lodge (LA), Chicago Dramatists, North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, The Flea Theater, Zeiders American Dream Theater, Calliope Stage, Forestburgh Playhouse, NewYorkRep, and Pendragon Theatre. She is the Founding Artistic Director of New Light Theater Project & Artistic Director of Pendragon Theatre. Member of SDC.

For NLTP (select): The Greatest Hits Down Route 66 (Drama Desk nom), H*tler's Tasters (TimeOut NY Critics' Pick, Best of the Edinburgh Fringe; featured in the NY Times, Chicago Tribune, LA Times and the BBC), Everything is Super Great (TimeOut NY Critics' Pick), This Wrestling Place (w/ Executive Producer Ben Folds), Picture Ourselves in Latvia (Best of Theater, The L Magazine).

Jason Alan Carvell

Jason (he/him) TV: Ruthless (Obadiah), Godfather of Harlem (Malcom X), NCIS: New Orleans (Jimmy Boyd) Theater: War Horse, Othello, Muswell Hill. Training: Moscow Art Theatre School (MA), Carnegie Mellon School of Drama (MFA). AEA/SAG- AFTRA

NLTP debut.

Laura Hooper

Laura (she/her) Theater: Crumble, a one woman show; The Queen in The Persians, touring Amphitheaters in Cyprus & the UK; Narrator for Max Richter’s Blue Notebooks Broadway and North American tour. Training: East 15 Acting School (London). AEA/SAG-AFTRA

NLTP debut.

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Sound Designer

Binnie (he/him) moved to the "Big Apple" to pursue a dream of making impactful art. As a recording artist, Kwamina released several projects under the name Binnie Musa. In the process of recording his first mixtape demos, Binnie discovered his desire to understand the technical side of audio in an attempt to have more intention on the processing of the music. By his first studio album, Selective Memory (released 2018), Binnie was a full-fledged producer/engineer working with many Brooklyn based artists in accompaniment with his own projects. From his humble beginnings, as an A1 at New Life Missionary Baptist Church, he continued to water his growth by working for Off-Broadway theaters such as Saint Ann's Warehouse, The Public Theater, SoHo Rep, and the Signature Theater to name a few. His hard work ethic and willingness to expand his knowledge of the field has led him to be a major contributor to many important projects, including Sound Designer for The Till Trilogy, a series of plays written by Ifa Bayes (Helen Hayes Award), Nora Chipaumire's Nehanda an Opera (Lincoln Center), and for the latest project, A1/ Sound Designer for LaTasha Barns’ The Jazz Continuum.

For NLTP: The Greatest Hits Down Route 66

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Production Stage Manager

Cat (she/her) is a BFA Theatre graduate of the University of Montevallo. Previously she has worked at the Dorset Theatre Festival and the Shakespeare Project as a carpenter. 

NLTP debut.

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Costume Designer

Krista (she/her) is a theater creative with a MFA from Rose Bruford College and is currently based in New York City. This will be her second summer season at Pendragon, having designed the costumes for The Rocky Horror Show last season. Recently she was the costume designer for Trustus Theater in Columbia, South Carolina for their production of Exit Pursued by a Bear. 

For NLTP: This Is Not a Time of Peace, The Greatest Hits Down Route 66, War Words, The Lights Are On, According to the Chorus

Anna Kiraly

Anna (she/her) is a Hungarian-born visual artist, set and video designer based in New York City. Collaborations include the Pig Iron Theater Company, The Play Company, Talking Band, Rachel Dickstein, Peter Sellars among others, and universities such as Barnard/Columbia, Fordham, The New School, Montclair, Smith, Colgate, designed visuals for operas and concerts. She is a recipient of a ’21 New York State Council of the Arts, the Arts Link Grant, the NEA/TCG Program for Designers, the TCG New Generations, and the Jim Henson Foundation’s project grant. She has taught set design and media at Barnard College/Columbia University and Set Design at the Hungarian School of Theater and Film.

For NLTP: The Greatest Hits Down Route 66, Ink'dWell

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Lighting Designer

Matt (he/him) is a lighting designer based in New York City. Off-Broadway: I’m Gonna Marry You Tobey Maguire (the cell), SCOUTS (The Players Theatre), Solo: A Story About Friendship (Soho Playhouse, The Connelly Upstairs), Nightclub Cantata (the cell). Off-Off-Broadway: too many to name. He holds a BFA from The University of Connecticut. You can find more of his work at or @LazMattarus

NLTP debut.

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Prop Designer

Peggy (she/her) joined the ranks of Pendragon actors in 2003, adding stage managing to her resume with 2011's production of The Mousetrap, and has continued in either or both capacities to the present day. She began combining her BA in Studio Art with her passion for theatre while stage managing The Seagull in 2015, a show which needed a taxidermied seagull among other specialty props. She has since designed and fabricated unusual props for several Pendragon productions as well as Adirondack Stage Rats and Community Theatre Players (CTP). She is incredibly excited to design and produce props for the whole 2024 Summer Season at Pendragon Theatre!

NLTP debut.

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