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Defying solidification, theater is, by definition, not Matter (though it may matter, we hope). AntiMatter Collective is a Brooklyn-based theater company dedicated to the creation of unflinching new work that confronts the chasm between the transient and the permanent, the hysterical and the horrific, the squalid and the transcendent.

 

WE Make the Theater of Modern Myths.

 
 

We are

Adam Scott Mazer   is a Los Angeles-based theater artist, screenwriter, and illustrator. In 2011, he co-founded AntiMatter Collective, which has produced three of his original plays -  Death Valley ,  Motherboard , and  The Tower -  and is currently developing his fourth,  The Future Perfect . He illustrated the graphic poetry collection  The Bones of Us , which was published by YesYes Books in 2014, as well as a comic book adaptation of  The Tower , published on Amazon/Comixology in 2016. In his free time, he enjoys long walks on the beach, pizza, and nightmares.

Adam Scott Mazer is a Los Angeles-based theater artist, screenwriter, and illustrator. In 2011, he co-founded AntiMatter Collective, which has produced three of his original plays - Death Valley, Motherboard, and The Tower - and is currently developing his fourth, The Future Perfect. He illustrated the graphic poetry collection The Bones of Us, which was published by YesYes Books in 2014, as well as a comic book adaptation of The Tower, published on Amazon/Comixology in 2016. In his free time, he enjoys long walks on the beach, pizza, and nightmares.

Dan Rogers  is a Brooklyn-based director of new plays, classics, opera, and new media. A co-founder of AntiMatter, he directed  Old Bones, Death Valley  and  sixsixsix . Recent projects include  Cendrillon  and  La Sonnambula  (Promenade Opera Project),  The Fall of All Atomic Angels  and  The Stripperers  (Brooklyn College Weasel Festival at the Public), and  Brideshead Obliterated  (Dixon Place). He was the General Manager of Vampire Cowboys, and has worked with Woodshed Collective, Studio 42, and M34. He’s taught at Brown University, Brooklyn College, and the University of New Mexico. He is a 2015 Drama League Directing Fellow, and holds an MFA in Directing from Brown University.

Dan Rogers is a Brooklyn-based director of new plays, classics, opera, and new media. A co-founder of AntiMatter, he directed Old Bones, Death Valley and sixsixsix. Recent projects include Cendrillon and La Sonnambula (Promenade Opera Project), The Fall of All Atomic Angels and The Stripperers (Brooklyn College Weasel Festival at the Public), and Brideshead Obliterated (Dixon Place). He was the General Manager of Vampire Cowboys, and has worked with Woodshed Collective, Studio 42, and M34. He’s taught at Brown University, Brooklyn College, and the University of New Mexico. He is a 2015 Drama League Directing Fellow, and holds an MFA in Directing from Brown University.

Co-Conspirators

Philip Gates : is a Brooklyn-based theater artist focused on creating original work. He has performed and directed at venues throughout New York, including La MaMa, Dixon Place, Incubator Arts Project, The Brick, The Tank, Standard Toy Kraft, and a variety of found spaces, as well as with companies in Minneapolis and Maine. The points on his artistic compass are David Lynch, Shirley Manson, James Bond, and Grizabella the Glamour Cat.

Philip Gates: is a Brooklyn-based theater artist focused on creating original work. He has performed and directed at venues throughout New York, including La MaMa, Dixon Place, Incubator Arts Project, The Brick, The Tank, Standard Toy Kraft, and a variety of found spaces, as well as with companies in Minneapolis and Maine. The points on his artistic compass are David Lynch, Shirley Manson, James Bond, and Grizabella the Glamour Cat.

Marine Sialelli:  A dancer, writer and choreographer coming from one of those tiny provencal towns nobody has ever heard of, she co-choreographed and appeared in Jimmy Maize’s epic adaptation of  Spoon River Anthology  featuring a hundred actors. Her thesis play  Looking for Beethoven  was presented at New York Theatre Workshop as part of Columbia University New Plays Now 2012 Festival. Marine holds a BA in Theatre Arts from the University of the Arts of London, a degree in French Literature from the Université Toulon-Sud and a MFA in Playwriting from Columbia University.

Marine Sialelli: A dancer, writer and choreographer coming from one of those tiny provencal towns nobody has ever heard of, she co-choreographed and appeared in Jimmy Maize’s epic adaptation of Spoon River Anthology featuring a hundred actors. Her thesis play Looking for Beethoven was presented at New York Theatre Workshop as part of Columbia University New Plays Now 2012 Festival. Marine holds a BA in Theatre Arts from the University of the Arts of London, a degree in French Literature from the Université Toulon-Sud and a MFA in Playwriting from Columbia University.

Courtney Fenwick : An actor, producer, vocalist and writer. She earned her BA in Theater at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, and has been a member of AntiMatter since Fall 2011. Previous projects include  Demonology, Motherboard,  and  The Tower  (AntiMatter),  Killer Joe  (Pure Theatre),  A Number  (Pure Theatre),  Blood Wedding  (Center Stage),  Richard III  (The Shakespeare Project), and  Telephone/Landscape  (Target Margin Theater).

Courtney Fenwick: An actor, producer, vocalist and writer. She earned her BA in Theater at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, and has been a member of AntiMatter since Fall 2011. Previous projects include Demonology, Motherboard, and The Tower (AntiMatter), Killer Joe (Pure Theatre), A Number (Pure Theatre), Blood Wedding (Center Stage), Richard III (The Shakespeare Project), and Telephone/Landscape (Target Margin Theater).

Will Fulton : A director, designer, dramaturg, and critic. He has worked in various capacities with Target Margin, 500 Clown, Warner | Shaw, Manhattan Shakespeare Project, Creative Destruction, MTWorks, Court Theatre, Jay Scheib, and Nick Rudall. He was a member of the 2009 Lincoln Center Directors Lab and holds a BA in Comparative Literature from The University of Chicago. He is a video game journalist for  Digital Trends .

Will Fulton: A director, designer, dramaturg, and critic. He has worked in various capacities with Target Margin, 500 Clown, Warner | Shaw, Manhattan Shakespeare Project, Creative Destruction, MTWorks, Court Theatre, Jay Scheib, and Nick Rudall. He was a member of the 2009 Lincoln Center Directors Lab and holds a BA in Comparative Literature from The University of Chicago. He is a video game journalist for Digital Trends.

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