David Offner (scenic designer) received his MFA from California Institute of the Arts, and a BFA from the University of Florida. Some of his credits include, NOHOMO (dir. Jessica Hanna) LA Fringe 2014, Ken Roht’s Same-O, A 99cent Show and Doomsday Kiss at the Bootleg Theater, Me Love Me (dir. Brandon Baruch) LA Fringe 2013, Conk & Bone (dir. Kappy Kilburn),Frankie & Johnnie in the Clair de Lune at the Hudson Theater (Dir. Silas Wier Mitchell), and The King Stag (Williamstown Theater Festival). David is very happy to be working on his third Brandon Baruch Fringe show!
Erin Page is a student at The New School University in New York and she’s super thankful to have been given the opportunity to be a part of this incredible show.
Laura Wong is a graduate of UCLA with an MFA in Costume Design. Currently, she freelances in theater, film, and television, and is a proud member of both Local 892 – the Costume Designers Guild and Local 705 – Motion Picture Costumers. This is her fourth time designing for Hollywood Fringe, and she is thrilled to reunite with longtime collaborator Brandon Baruch again on such a fantastical show! Portfolio and credits available at: www.laurawong.net
Special thanks to the CTG Costume Shop, Daniel Mahler, Alice Garland, Regine Linhares