Production Team

Erica Hohn (Executive producer) is a Chicago-area costume designer and producer.  She graduated from Smith College in 2008 with a BA in History and has worked on productions with Hangar 9 Theatre, The Right Brain Project, Even and Odd Theatricals, and New Century Theater (Massachusetts).  Her design work can currently be seen in Point of Contention's production of Vanishing Points
Alexis Randolph (Co-founder) graduated from Ithaca College in 2007 with a BA in Theatre. After graduation she studied at the Moscow Arts Center in Russia through the National Theatre Institute. Upon returning to the States, she moved to Chicago to pursuing a career in acting and directing. In 2008, she and Taylor Bibat co-founded Element: A New Plays Festival. Since, she has worked with several companies around Chicago including The Raven, Appetite Theatre, Point of Contention and One Flea Circus.
Josh Sobel (Outreach) recently made the move to Chicago after graduating from Oberlin College with a BA in Theatre, with Honors in Directing. An alumnus of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Theater Institute (NTI), he will be returning there this summer to act as Associate Director of NTI's summer "Theatermakers" program. He has worked for Barrington Stage Company (Pittsfield, MA), where he served as ASM for three original musicals, produced by William Finn. Since arriving in Chicago, he has been a Production Assistant for punkplay by Gregory S. Moss, part of Steppenwolf's Garage Rep, and has worked with Victory Gardens Theater and A Red Orchid Theatre. Directing credits: Dark Matters by Alex Huntsberger (Eugene O'Neill Theater Center; Inchworm Reading Series, Chicago); Glengarry Glen Ross, Cabaret, The Seventeenth of June, Hotline, and An Interview (Oberlin College). Producing credits: Oberlin Playwrights Festival, Eight @ 8 Showcase (Oberlin College).
Will Goldberg (Public relations) is a graduate of the National Theater Institute, where his play Cleanup was featured in the Fall 2006 Playwrights’ Week.  He is a three-time winner of the Denis Johnston Prize for Playwriting at Smith College.  His play We Three, which was performed at the Capital Fringe in DC and the New York International Fringe Festival, was featured at Element in 2008.  His play Tongues, the Element festival's first work-in-progress, was also presented that year.