Gravity & Glass Productions

Producers & Designers

Reyna de Courcy Producer

Sun in Capricorn, Moon in Leo, Jupiter conjunct Uranus in Sagittarius. Founding member of Gravity & Glass Productions. Recent acting credits include HBO pilot Bored to Death, Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom (32nd Annual Humana Festival, and SPF 2008). 12th Night of the Living Dead, and A Night Near The Sun (Impetuous Theater Group). Steven Fechter's The Mentee (WorkShop Theatre Co), and The Commission (Dreamscape Theatre Co). Eric Walton's Esoterica, 1905 (The Misa Table), and Boom: Love at the End of the World (Drove Theater Co). Also: Rockstar Games, Grand Theft Auto IV (motion capture & voice), short film Asbury Park (dir Eileen Myers), and a workshop reading of Jim Steinman’s Bat Out of Hell (Wendy). Proud BFF of co-producer Kate Kenney.

Kate Kenney Producer

Kate Kenney, of the ancient and distinguished Irish Clan of O Cionnaoith has been a devotee of mythology and folklore since her early days of elementary reading instruction in the beautiful state of Maine. This fascination has lead her to such unlikely pursuits as fiddling, step dancing, and mountain climbing. As an active member of the Sierra Club, she encourages everyone to help protect those places on Earth where the Illustrious Ones still dwell.

Juliet in Romeo and Juliet and Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest, Lost Nation Theatre. Wendy in Peter Pan, Teenage Greek Chorus in How I Learned to Drive, Agnes in A School for Wives, Mary in The Children’s Hour, Penobscot Theatre Company. Marie in A Muse in Love, the lively Helena in Romeo & Juliet, Summer Theatre of New Canaan. Sophia Matilda in The Mary Celeste, Drove Theatre Company.

She has toured in the US with Chamber Repertory Theatre and Poko Puppets. She holds a BFA from Rutgers University. To her partner-in-crime-Reyna: ;)

Michael Hoch Associate Producer

Based in New York, Michael has worked in the theater world for 20 years as a producer, dramaturg, actor, and director. In Boston, he co-founded the Mill 6 Collaborative, which over the last eight years has continuously mounted challenging comic productions of new and existing work.

Michael has an MBA from Northeastern University and BA in Literature from Boston University.

Solomon Weisbard Lighting Designer

New York collaborations with Alethea Adsitt (EMPTY ROOM), Arch Dance, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance (assoc. set design: FONDLY DO WE HOPE…, 100 MIGRATIONS; lighting supervisor: ABSENCE, BLAUVELT MOUNTAIN), Cardium Mechanicum (SCOUT’S HONOR), danscores by Ofelia Loret de Mola (AVAILABLE SPACE, THE SEAMS), Ryan J. Davis (MY LIFE ON THE CRAIGSLIST), Ditch (GISELLE: ABSTRACTED), Evolve (SECRETS HISTORY REMEMBERS), Fresh Ice (THE JESUS FACTOR), Lane Gifford (O! BALLETO), Lincoln Center Director’s Lab, Frank London (NIGHT IN THE OLD MARKETPLACE), The Nerve Tank (A GATHERING, IN THE HEART OF A CHINESE CURSE, THE ATTENDANTS, Small Pond (BECAUSE OF BETH), T. Lang (SHARED), Theatre of the Expendable (MARE COGNITUM), WaxFacory (BLIND.NESS premiere and int’l tour) and White Wave Dance (2006 Wave Rising series).

Regionally: The Herson Group (many institutional campaign celebrations), Kitchen Theatre Company (many productions), Merry-Go-Round Playhouse (ALL SHOOK UP), Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival (WINNIE THE POOH), Tri-Cities Opera (BARBER OF SEVILLE).

Solomon holds a BFA in Theatrical Design from Ithaca College. www.solweisbard.com

David Withrow Costume Designer

Credits include: Anything Goes and Carousel (STMV), Prince Trevor Amongst The Elephants (MITF), The Play About the Naked Guy (Emerging Artists Theatre) Bug Boy Blues (Looking Glass Theatre) (2007 NYIT award: best costumes), The Rockae and The Book of the Dun Cow (Prospect Theater Company), Man of La Mancha, Six Degrees of Separation, Take Me Out, and Urinetown the Musical winner of the 2007 NYIT award for best production of a musical (Gallery Players), Cabaret (NLBP), Fur, Three Dics, Storia, and Dreams of Home (Monarch Theatre Company), The House of Yes (Theatre rats), Celebration, Edward II, Bordertown, and Love is Good ((re:) Directions Theatre Company), Marisol (Dreamscape Theater Company), Trojan Women 2.0 and The Uncertainty Principle (The Milkcan Theatre Company), Animal Farm, the Puppet Musical (Synapse Tour), Always Family (Small Pond), Iphigenia at Aulis (Highwire Theater Company), The Miss Education of Jenna Bush (2005 International Fringe Festival), Hamlet, Twelfth Night and A Lie of the Mind (Thriftshop Theatre Workshop), and Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Produce's Club).

Broadway Assistant Credits include: The Threepenny Opera and The Apple Tree (The Roundabout Theatre Company), The Wedding Singer. Other Assistant credits include: King Arthur (English National Opera and New York City Opera), The Pursuit of Persephone, The Flood, and Iron Curtain (Prospect Theater Company), Two Gentlemen of Verona (the Old Globe) and King Lear (The Public Theatre).