Composer/Author – Raven Kane played violin in youth symphonies, studied acting at the London School of Dramatic Art and The Old Vic and later studied music at the American Conservatory of Music where she won the Farwell Award and Foundation for Arts Scholarship for three consecutive years. As a writer she was accepted to and studied at The Hawaii Writer's Retreat and the writer's program in Big Fork Montana. Her musicals have been produced at: The New Arts Theatre in London; The LaMirada Theatre in California; The New Jersey Playhouse and The Goodspeed Opera House. Her children’s musical, The Adventures of Denton the Dragon was released on CD starring the voice talents of Elliott Gould, Melanie and Karen Black.   Raven’s compositions have been performed by  the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra for 17,000 people, the L.A. Traction Street Orchestra, and by the Baltimore Symphony.  As a singer, she has recorded and/or performed with numerous legendary artists including: Neil Diamond, Leonard Cohen, Paul McCartney, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Kenny Loggins and Cher.  Raven is featured singing duets with Neil Diamond on his Live In America CD and on soundtracks including Mermaids, Aladdin, Tigger and  Rent.

  David Campbell’s arrangements/orchestrations can be heard on over 400 gold and platinum albums for artists such as Adele, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Beck, U2, Evanescence, Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day, My Chemical Romance, Kelly Clarkson, Tim McGraw, Willie Nelson, Faith Hill, Fantasia, Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson, Josh Groban etc.  His arrangements are on over 427 Gold and Platinum albums, on songs that have received 232 Grammy Nominations, 50 Grammy Awards, 4 Oscar nominations and have won 2 Oscars including the Oscar Winning Score for Brokeback Mountain as well as the soundtracks for  Rent and Dreamgirls.  David debuted on Broadway this season as arranger/orchestrator for Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark with music & lyrics by Bono and Edge (U2).

  Johanna McKeon    Director

  Directing credits include I Have Loved Strangers (Clubbed Thumb), The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall (The Vineyard Playhouse), Comedy of Errors, Schmoozy Togetherness (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Semi-Permanent (NY Fringe Festival Award, Outstanding Solo Show), Functional Drunk (Ontological-Hysteric Theater). Assoc. Director: American Idiot (Broadway & National Tour), Grey Gardens (Broadway). Asst. Director: Rent (National Tour). Guest Faculty: Bard College. Fellowships: Drama League, Boris Sagal and Fulbright. MFA, UT Austin.

  Seth A. Goldstein    General Manager

  Seth A. Goldstein is a General Manager for DR Theatrical Management having previously served as Producer and General Manager for The Splinter Group. Previous management clients include John Tartaglia’s ImaginOcean!, The Toxic Avenger, Martin Charnin’s Love is Love, The Intergalactic Nemesis, Fan Yang’s Gazillion Bubble Show (New York & Las Vegas), Two Rooms, Deathbed, Masked, Gutenberg! The Musical!, the New York Music Theatre Festival (2006 & 2007), among others. Mr. Goldstein also served as the Associate Artistic Director and Managing Director of Manhattan Ensemble Theater. He is an Affiliate Member of The Broadway League and serves on the Board of Directors of the League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers.

  Madeleine Sobota    Lighting Designer

  Madeleine uses light as a primary component of both her scenic and lighting designs. She works in the scenographic tradition, transforming flexible spaces in eloquent and abstract ways. Her innovative designs have been honored nationally and internationally. In Toronto, Madeleine was awarded the World Stage Design 2005 Silver Medal in Lighting Design. At the Prague Quadrennial 2007, she was one of four featured U.S. designers that included George Tsypin, Paul Steinberg, and David Zinn. A four time jury winner at the USITT National Design Expo, Madeleine’s designs have been featured in numerous design publications and textbooks. In addition to extensive work in the U.S., Madeleine has taught and designed at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design in London UK, and with Italian director Firenza Guidi and ELAN, in Fuceccio, Italy.

ARTARIA at the Baruch Theatre,  NYC


Oct. 26th & 27th, 2011

  Peter Hylenski    Sound Design

  Credits include: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Wonderland, Elf, The Scottsboro Boys, Lend me a Tenor, Rock of Ages, Shrek the Musical, Glory Days, Cry-Baby and many, many more!

  AnnBritt duChateau    Music Director / Keyboard I

AnnBritt is also the Assoc. Music Director  for Billy Elliot.

  Sarah Laux    Stylist

Credits include: Assoc. Costume Design - War Horse, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson &

Xanadu. Assistant Costume Design - The Addams Family, Shrek the Musical & Shining City.