We’re excited to introduce our incoming 2050 Administrative & TTLP Fellows who’ll be joining us for the 2023/24 season, beginning this September. Please give them a warm NYC summer welcome to our community!
Nia Abdullah, Education and Engagement Fellow (she/her) is ecstatic to join NYTW as the Education & Engagement Fellow. She is a proud recent alumna of Rutgers University-New Brunswick where she majored in English and minored in both creative writing and theater. Nia was president of Cabaret Theatre, a student-run theater company at Rutgers where she fulfilled many roles as an actor, sound and lighting designer, producer, and administrator. Nia also spent the summer of 2022 at Northfield Mount Hermon Boarding School teaching Theater and Dance to middle and high school students and is eager to learn more ways for education and art to intersect and be transformative. @niaaa.jenae
Daniel Davila, Finance and Operations Fellow (he/him) is a Mexican-American multidisciplinary artist and scholar from Houston, Texas with a BFA in dance from the University of Houston. Davila began his dance training at age 17 at the MET Dance Center in Houston. He has since performed with Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre, Ballet Hispánico’s Pa’lante Scholars, and BHdos. Additionally, Davila has presented his choreography at the Midtown Arts and Theater Center Houston, the American College Dance Association, and Brazos Contemporary Dance Festival. Daniel is passionate about arts education and is an advocate for inclusive and equitable practices in the performing arts field at large. @holaitsdaniel
Yulidal Hernandez Kin, Production Management Fellow (she/her) is an actress, producer, and writer. Graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Theater and Journalism she strives to use the arts as a way to bring awareness to a new generation that wishes to be a part of the arts. Yulidal was born and raised in the boogie down Bronx which she proudly represents; she even worked as a Production Assistant on a docu-series, The X, which discusses the history of her beloved neighborhood. Eager to share stories on stage, Yulidal produced a one-act called False Prayer at a virtual play festival; reported and published a story about the shutdown of Broadway; and was also a participant for the Possibility Project, a not-for-profit organization allowing youths to use their life stories as an opportunity to create theater. Professionally, Yulidal has interned and assisted as a Development and Production Management Intern for a Docu-series, Wild Hope, and was a Radio Assistant for SWB Radio. Currently, Yulidal works as a National Marketing Associate with Broadway Across America and is very eager to use her skills and continue to learn as the Production Management fellow with New York Theatre Workshop.
Amiah McGinty, Artistic Workshop Fellow (she/her) – is a Black woman arts administrator, director, and actor originally from Augusta, Georgia. Her love of theatre led her to earn her B.F.A for Theatre Arts at Howard University, where she developed the mission to create work and cultivates spaces that authentically represent the multitextured lives of Black people and marginalized communities. Her passion for theatre-making and diverse storytelling led her to work for Monkeypaw Productions, The National Black Theatre, and Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. Amiah will begin her journey in New York theatre as a 2050 Administrative Fellow with NYTW. @_per.cep.tion_
Maya Quiñones, Literary Fellow (she/her) – is a dramaturg, actress, director, and empathy-first artist. She enjoys intersectional stories that steer audiences towards critical thinking and radical empathy. She graduated from the University of South Florida with a double major in Theatre Performance and Communications. Maya served as a Dramaturgy Apprentice for the 2023 Arkansas New Play Festival at TheatreSquared and participated in script evaluation, acting and dramaturgy at American Stage’s Lift Every Voice: New Play Festival. In 2022 she interned with Thompson Turner Productions and recently completed an Artistic internship with La Jolla Playhouse. She’s thrilled to join NYTW as a Literary Fellow. @mayaquin0nes
Patrick Saint Ange, Marketing Fellow (he/him) – Saint is a proud New Yorker and first-generation Haitian-American. He is an actor, writer, filmmaker, and devoted arts advocate. He holds a BA in Sociology & English Creative Writing from Binghamton University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. With a strong background in theater and film, Saint has been able to leverage his talents to enhance several marketing campaigns and engage diverse audiences. Saint is committed to creating and promoting inclusive and transformative theatrical experiences. He is thrilled to join the New York Theatre Workshop as a Marketing Fellow, where he looks forward to contributing his expertise and celebrating the power of storytelling. @saintparrk
Corey Bravo Sloan, Development Fellow (he/him) was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and now lives in Midtown. Currently a student at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY, Corey studies “Social Justice and Identity in Latin American/Latino Theatre and Literature,” a self-designed interdisciplinary concentration. As a trans Latino Jew, Corey’s emphasis is on connecting through shared identity and uplifting marginalized communities. He has previously worked at Theatre for a New Audience, Colt Coeur, GALA Hispanic Theatre (Washington, D.C.), The Uptown Theatre (Utica, NY), and ID Studio Theater. @coreyc0re
Sammy Womack, Executive Fellow (she/her) is a Mexican-American interdisciplinary theater-maker, producer, and educator. Hailing from Los Angeles and having graduated from UCLA, Sammy spent time as the Artistic Director of HOOLIGAN Theatre Company for its 2021-2022 season. There, her credits as Executive Producer include: A Chorus Line, Something Rotten!, Legally Blonde, and The Laramie Project. Additionally, she partook in Baseline Theatrical’s Beyond the Stage Door program as a member of its inaugural cohort, which took her to Hamilton’s Eliza Tour as a Company Management Intern. Sammy has also spent time interning in network television production at NBCUniversal, and produced several independent short films. @svnicolee
Lawryn LaCroix, TTLP Creative Producing (she/her) is a New York City/London based producer and a native of Dallas, TX. She is a recipient of The Prince Fellowship and The Theatre Leadership Project (TTLP) along with being in the inaugural group of resident producers for The Shubert Organization’s Artistic Circle. She is also a Broadway League fellowship recipient. Lawryn is a graduate of the MA Creative Producing program at The Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (London) and the BFA acting program at Marymount Manhattan College (NYC). Recently, Lawryn was a Co-Producer on Mike Birbiglia’s The Old Man & The Pool, opening on the West End at the Wyndham Theatre and previously on Broadway at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre at Lincoln Center. Past Broadway credits: Associate Producer of POTUS and Producing Assistant of Macbeth. @lawrynlacroix
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