Pinkhouse Productions Producer
Lawryn LaCroix is a New York City & London based actor/producer. She received her M.A. in Creative Producing at the Mountview Academy run by Dame Judi Dench and Stephen Jameson and her BFA from Marymount Manhattan College. Lawryn’s background in producing is both domestic to the US and International. Touring shows from New York City (BAM) to Edinburgh (Edinburgh Fringe Festival) to London (Arcola Theatre and more).
Lawryn started her production company, Pinkhouse Productions, in 2018 as a vehicle for theatre and film. Pinkhouse is an interdisciplinary production company dedicated to original and inspiring female and ethnic work. Pinkhouse has both a New York and Los Angeles presence in theatrical and film circles. Pinkhouse has worked with both Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe winners on original productions. Producing recently Golden Globe winner Biran Cox’s (HBO’s Succession) directed play “Sinners” in London at the Playground Theatre. Led by an all-female team, Pinkhouse strives to empower in the arts and provide the means by which they can assert their individual voices.
Michael Bradshaw Flynn
Scranton Shakes Artistic Director
Michael is a New York City and Scranton based director and producer. Michael’s idea of Scranton Shakes, sparked ten years ago when acting in a snowed out production of Hamlet in Binghamton, NY. Feeling his hometown was entitled to sophisticated programming, he gathered some community members and Scranton Shakes transitioned from an idea to a reality- having produced 34 free, professional productions.
Michael also had the great pleasure of working as an associate director to Broadway legend Jack O’Brien on the starry Broadway productions of It’s Only a Play, The Front Page, and the national tour of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music. Michael also served as the associate director to Scott Ellis in the Lincoln Center Theatre premiere of Peter Parnell’s Dada Woof Papa Hot. Michael also directed the world premiere of CaMel written by Charly Clive and The First Man by WIll Hart at the Under St. Mark’s Theatre and an off-Broadway production of Dog Sees God produced by MCS Studios, Tessa Faye, and Kevin Martinez.
Jennifer is a Producer based in London and Liverpool. She has worked with the producing teams for Improbable Theatre and the VAULT Festival, has taken sell-out work to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and assisted on work at the Soho Theatre. Recent work includes Patch Plays (2020) a sell-out open air scratch night exploring environmental sustainability; and Her Romeo (Paprichoo, 2020) producing a tour of Shakespeare workshops around schools in Scotland, funded by Edinburgh Fringe Society.
Kate is a London and North Wales based Producer. She has produced at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and assisted on the Off West End production of Sinners at The Playground Theatre in London. Short film credits include Lead Producer for Peckham Stories. During her MA in Creative Producing at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts Kate Co-Coordinated the 2020 Catalyst In The Cloud Festival and produced short film Mira & Her Maker for the programme.
Kate Co-Produced the project Redefine: with Lawryn LaCroix, a series of movement workshops led by Director Daniel Blake and Nick Afoa, converging sport and theatre to challenge stigmas surrounding gender stereotypes, mental health and toxic masculinity. Kate is also an experienced Stage Manager, Performer and Youth Production Director.
Scranton Shakes Managing Director
Jonathan is a multi-disciplined producer of Theatre, TV and Film. A UK native who moved stateside in 2011, Jonathan initially trained at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts before receiving a first class honours degree in Live Events & Television Production from The University of the Arts London.
Alongside working with Scranton Shakes for eight of their ten seasons, Jonathan has worked on Punchdrunk’s sell out show SLEEP NO MORE, New York City Center’s Broadway Encores production of The Band Wagon, as well as with Warner Brothers Studios and ITV UK.