from Ralph Vaughan Williams Songs of Travel
Andrew Brubaker is a singer, choral conductor, accompanist and music educator in New York City. Andrew has performed, taught and music directed with several of New York's leading arts institutions including Lincoln Center, NYU, Big Apple Baroque, Mark Morris Dance Group, New York Fringe Festival and many others. Andrew teaches elementary school music and chorus at PS 212 Midtown West School and is certified in Orff and Kodaly. He is a graduate of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music (BM Vocal Performance), NYU (MM Vocal Performance) and Hunter College (MA Music Education). Andrew also operates a private studio for voice and piano, I. C.A.N. Music Studio.
Caroline is a pastry chef and food stylist in New York City. She studied regenerative farming and sustainable cooking in Ireland where she found a true passion for understanding the food we eat.
Rose Van Dyne
What's the Use of Wond'ring
Rose Van Dyne (she/her) is a multifaceted Asian-American artist and educator based in NYC. Rose is represented by HCKR Agency.
Rose has worked at various institutions in New York City and around the United States including the Broadway Advocacy Coalition, American Theatre Wing, Roundabout Theater Company, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Marymount Manhattan College, Pace University, AMDA, Out of the Box Theatrics, Mixed Blood Theatre, and more.
In 2021, Rose was the Music Fellow on the Broadway re-opening of Waitress starring Sara Bareilles, under the music direction of Nadia DiGiallonardo. Additionally, she music directed the new Asian-American musical Baked! The Musical with Underscore Theatre Company in Chicago, Queer punk musical TL;DR: Thelma Louise; Dyke Remix with National Alliance for Musical Theatre (NAMT) in NYC, and Sara Porkalob’s third play in her Dragon Cycle entitled Dragon Baby with the American Repertory Theater (ART).
In 2022, Rose taught an undergraduate course entitled Social Justice in Theatre at California State University-Chico. Rose was then a standby in the cast of 1776, first in Boston at the American Repertory Theater and on Broadway with the Roundabout Theatre Company. Rose also music directed a one-woman cabaret at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and worked as music supervisor on Be Like Bone with Musical Theatre Factory.
Scientific illustration, watercolor, and oil paintings
Elissa is currently a joint PhD student at Columbia University and the New York Botanical Garden, where she studies the evolution and development of ferns. She has been a freelance scientific illustrator since 2014.
Drew Rane (b. 1991, Connecticut) is an artist working primarily in painting and photography. He received a BFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 2016.
His work frequently centers around the concept of separation, employing veils, transparent divisions, and hidden elements. Rane's process uses painting, drawing, and photography to selectively focus on and obscure certain parts of images, introducing areas of ambiguity and obscurity.
His art invites a visual slowdown, to focus the spaces that exist between the visible and the
concealed, the known and the unknown, in a way that mirrors a meditative process.
Claire is a freelance artist based in New York City. Her love of patterns inspires her paintings as well as her wrapping paper, cards, and gift tag designs. She strives to create beautiful work that brings joy to others.
Eliza Summerhays is a New York City based dancer. She graduated with a degree in Dance Performance from Brigham Young University and has toured internationally to Prague, Slovakia, Budapest, Wurtzburg, Vienna, and Italy. Recent work includes: Steps On Broadway Industry Showcase 2023 (dir. Adrian Lee), Disney's Tarzan (leopard/featured dancer), Our Roots: A Celebration of Who We Are, as well as commercial and music video work. Eliza is represented by Paige Chambers Rutsche at Resolute Artists Agency. IG: @elixza
Born in Mexico City , raised in Texas.
My life has consisted of finding my own language between the two cultures and very different worlds. Art for me has been that language, a voice that doesn’t require any translation.
The past two years, I have found myself submerged in the world of wearable fiber art pieces. A method of self expression for others to wear as their own interpretation.