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ELLERY ROYSTON Holds a B.A. in Electronic Music Composition and an M.A. inInterdisciplinary Computer Science from Mills College, and is currently working on an M.F.A. in Performance and Interactive Media Arts at Brooklyn College. She has played in many musical projects around the Bay Area, with a focus on improvisation and noise music. Since moving to Brooklyn in 2011, her focus has been on creating sound for collaborative multi-disciplinary works, most recently with Theatre Reverb for their piece Initium/Finis, at HERE Arts Center, The Red Room, and upcoming at the Kraine. Other recent projects include co-creating the show 185 Seconds at the Brooklyn Lyceum, and composition and sound design for A Pretty Good Future at Chashama. ERIK ZAMBRANO Born in Mexico City, Erik Zambrano moved to New York in 2002. Erik holds a BA in Theater Directing from Fordham University in Lincoln Center and is currently working on an MFA in Performance and Interactive Media Arts at CUNY Brooklyn College. Erik's work is particularly influenced by world mythology and noted theories concerning the nature of the collective unconscious. Selected multi-diciplinary works include Marilyn Monroe: wouldn't it be fascinating (NY International Fringe Festival 2010), This is My Home (Chelsea Hotel, NYC 2012), </scape> (Lipani Gallery, NYC 2012), and several retail window displays across SOHO.

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