63 Grand St.
Brooklyn, NY 11249
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Creator / Director
Since 2012, Taylor Myers has devised, conceived, and led immersive projects as Artistic Director of ROLL THE BONES. His work navigates the back roads of existentialism, combating fear with curiosity and play. Select projects include performing in Sleep No More, Then She Fell, and The Grand Paradise; co-creating and directing Eschaton, a live virtual performance that reached tens of thousands of global audience members and became the longest-running show of the COVID-19 pandemic; and starring in/co-directing/producing Hamlet in the Golden Vale, a three-tiered project that set an immersive production of Shakespeare’s masterpiece in a 500-year old Tudor castle, shot an award winning feature film, and captured a 6-minute VR experience with production support from The National Theatre of Great Britain.
Sound and Visual Designer
For over a decade, Michael Ryterband has been working as a composer and producer in a variety of formats. He has composed and engineered sound and visual design solutions for Roll The Bones since 2017. He’s worked as a sonic and visual designer for nearly a dozen NY agencies and publications as well as private clients. (The New York Times, Surface Magazine, Slate, Complex Media).
Claire Karoff is a New York based scenic designer who specializes in creating immersive environments. She has worked extensively with the British theater company Punchdrunk, including as head of design at the McKittrick Hotel, home of their flagship production, Sleep No More.
Ben is a New York City based Project Manager and Lighting Designer, who has worked on Broadway, national tours, immersive, concerts, feature films, and advertising campaigns. Ben recently completed work with Radical Media as lighting designer on “The Blue Paradox” at the world-renowned Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. Previously he served as lighting designer on an immersive pop-up “The Living Portrait of New York”, technical director at “Midnight Theatre”, project Manager for an immersive art installation "Forest of Us" by Es Devlin, and as the assistant project director for the renovation of the Lyric Theatre for 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.’
No. 9 is Drea's first venture into costume design for theater. As a Technical Designer in the fashion industry, she has created everything from handmade bespoke garments to seasonal lines for individual designers and brands such as Tory Burch, Remedy Denim and Luisa et la Luna.
Amanda Perry is a Brooklyn based designer and prop maker working primarily in immersive environments. She is a design consultant for Punchdrunk's production of Sleep No More at the McKinnon Hotel in Shanghai, and is pursuing an MFA in game design from the NYU Game Center with an expected graduation in the spring of 2025.
Social Media Director
Sasha is a Brooklyn based Creative and Art Director that specializes in Social Media/Content Creation. Her works have been featured in various online publications that focus on modern culture.
Haley Dunlavey they/them Select credits include The Great Gatsby: The Immersive Show (Head Props) Sleep No More (Stage Manager, Props Artisan), and As You Like It (Touring Stage Manager, Chautauqua Theater Co.).
Katie Adams is a multidisciplinary artist, designer, and fabricator. Previous projects include work for David Zinn, Sleep No More, and several productions at NYU Tisch. Katie holds a BA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts with minors in Entertainment Business and Film. Her work can be found on instagram @katie_adamsdesign.
Production Stage Manager
Ellery Brown is a NYC events and production manager, specializing in immersive work, nightlife experiences, and multi-venue spaces. Select credits include Stage Manager for Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More, Production Stage Manager for Execution of Justice with Playhouse Creatures Theatre Company, Production Stage Manager for the Forum for Cultural Engagement's Flash Acts Festival, Production Stage Manager for Far Away with Harvard TDM, and freelance production team member with Lincoln Center (ongoing). They are thrilled to be working with Roll The Bones for Dead Letter No 9!
Aisha Hamida was born and raised in Queens, New York. She is a recent graduate from Ithaca College, majoring in Theatre Production and Design. For the last year, Aisha has been freelancing in NYC as a props artisan. Some of her credits include: Only Gold (MCC), Merrily We Roll Along (NYTW), Elyria (Atlantic Theater Company), Clubbed Thumb Summerworks Festival, and Williamstown Theater Festival.
Rebecca is a poet and performer from the woods of Maine and Southern California. She most recently performed an original role in Chair, at The Tank, performed in and produced her own plays, Sisters, Weywrd, and Loba - at The Brick and Theatre de Dix Heures (Paris), respectively - and originated a role in Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More. She is a chanteuse of folk & blues with “Jack Martin’s Bob Dylan Deathwatch,” and the curator of the salon Siren Den. Currently pursuing an MFA in film directing at Feirstein School of Cinema, she is working to complete her first feature, Kindling, first developed in NYU’s Production Lab. A graduate of NYU’s Experimental Theater Wing, she seeks to merge poetry with filmmaking, and feverish, collaborative feminism with theatermaking.
Cristina Pitter (they/she) is a queer multi-spirit afro-indigenous artist, abolitionist, and alchemist who wants to burn it all down and plant new seeds in the fertile soil. They also have the best laugh ever. SERIOUSLY. Follow their antics at cristinapitter.com.
LOUIS BUTELLI (he/him) has spent many delighted hours working inside of immersive environments, from Sleep No More in NYC to Hotel Wonderland in the Netherlands. He’s played lots of roles in lots of places over lots of years: Shakespeare plays in all 50 states, some international tours, some TV, and some original stuff he’s co-written and directed. Ask him and he’ll tell you. He’s grateful to be here, and happier still that he can commute home tonight by ferry. “Thank you, Taylor, for having me along.”
Stephanie Beattie is a multimedia artist, writer, editor, and audiographer. Frequently working with collaborators around the world, she creates ongoing multi-disciplinary projects incorporating archival materials and acoustic environments. Her work examines how technology shapes our future and explores new possibilities for this relationship. Additionally, Beattie is both a designer and technician for innovative audio and video projects. She has documented and contributed to live performances on and off-Broadway, and her work has been shown at The Queens Museum in NYC, MassDevelopment, and Zurich’s Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology. Beattie performs regularly in NYC, including excerpts of her ongoing long poem Prometheus Wept. She is co-founder of Calx Vida Studio and editor of The Seers’ Catalogue.
Assaf graduated from SEAD in Salzburg in 2009, followed by studies at SNDO in Amsterdam. He performed with and was assistant to Yehezkel Lazarov in the production of “Stempanyu” at the Cameri theater of Tel Aviv. In 2017, Assaf joined “Sleep No More” as a cast member.
In addition to performing at the show Assaf was one of a rotating performers who would write and host the after show at the McKittrick hotel - “The McKittrick follies.”
Rebekah Morin is an artist whose roots in concert dance have branched into site work, film, and immersive and interactive theater. Based in NYC, Ms. Morin has collaborated on, performed, and taught dance works with a plethora of choreographers including Jody Oberfelder Dance Projects (2002-2011) and The Equus Projects (2007-2012). She has been collaborating in multiple capacities with Third Rail Projects since 2010, notably as originating cast in Then She Fell and as assistant director of Sweet & Lucky. Ms. Morin is certified to teach vinyasa and anusara yoga and to practice thai massage, and is trained in Natural Horsemanship. She has a BA in Dance from Connecticut College. She began working with Roll the Bones in 2019 and is delighted to be a collaborating cast member at No. 9.
(she/he/they/respect) With roots from Belize City to Bastrop,Texas, I am a first generation Los Angeles native. I am a mover, storyteller, and collaborator living an artist’s journey shaped by many communities. My craft and dedication grows alongside the incredible collaborators and artists I have met globally and I am grateful to be expanding that community here with the incredible artists of ROLL THE BONES. What a ride this will be! Together, through connection and creativity we can herald a path (and conversation) of light, love, and wellness for our bodies, souls, and future.
Matthew K. Addison is an actor, producer, and musician. He has appeared on a number of hit shows such as, And Just Like That, High Maintenance, Blue Bloods, and more. No. 9 is his fourth collaboration with Taylor Myers and Roll the Bones.
Lloyd Bricken is an actor, devisor/director, and musician, who develops embodied research from traditional practices and songs from his home in Alabama. With the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski (2006-2015), his team developed research into the transformative and theatrical possibilities of songs and practices from the US South. As lead actor, composer, and assistant to Mario Biagini, Bricken played a key role in developing performances: “I Am America”, “WatchNight”, “Electric Party Songs”, “Not History’s Bones- A Poetry Concert” and “The Hidden Sayings.” Devised with actions and songs created using the poetry of Allen Ginsberg and traditional Southern spirituals and shouts, they toured internationally to more than 20 countries. Since 2018 he co-directs “The Great Crossroads Project” with artists from Sao Paolo, Brazil and Birmingham, Alabama, and he collaborates with Parvathy Baul of Santiniketan, India and with Anomalous Co. in NYC.
Originally from Spring Lake, New Jersey, Allison Anderegg has spent the last 17 years performing all over New York City at venues varying from abandoned storefronts to Joe’s Pub and MOMA PS1, as well as on film and TV. After spending several years working with Barefoot Theatre Company as an ensemble member, she began performing with Saints of an Unnamed Country; notably in ‘Haunted House’ and ‘Police in the Wilderness’ and is beyond excited to have the chance to work with such fine artists on No.9!