Shown through the style of shows like “Bill Nye The Science Guy”, A jaded children’s science TV show host deals with balancing their love of science and art while working in a system that values neither.
CAST AND CREW
Created in Collaboration with:
Produced by: Alexis Chapin
Production Stage Manager: Skyler Purvis
Production Manager: Jayla Pollock
Sound Designer: Sabina Ali
is a senior playwriting major at Fordham University. Past credits include: Madeline May Saves The World (producer/ playwright), Dark Play/ Stories for Boys (ASM), March On! (producer/ playwright) She is so thankful for the whole team of the Science Project, who have made her thesis project a wonderful experience. This is her last show with Fordham Theatre, and although she is slightly terrified of graduating, she is grateful for the lessons and experiences she’s had these past four years and is ready to apply them to a more equitable art-world of the future.
is currently a sophomore on the Playwriting Track. Studio credits include Neighborhood 3 (Costume Designer) and Nineveh (Dramaturg). Mainstage: Men on Boats (Crew, Voiceover). Outside of Fordham, she's also a part of the Labyrinth Theater Company's 2020 Intensive Ensemble and is a student writer for BroadwayWorld. She is so grateful for the opportunity to blend science and art with this lovely group of collaborators and can't wait to do more Fordham Theatre in the future!
is a Sophmore Theater Major at Fordham University. Past credits include Uncle Vanya (Sonya), To The Bone (Carmen), Cloud Tectonics (Celestina). Upcoming credits include The Nether (Iris). She is thankful to the team of The Science Project for all their hard work and support.
is a freshman stage manager who is dipping her toes into the performance side of Fordham Theatre. After working on The Wallpaper Project last studio season, she found a love for devised work. She has a passion for human biology alongside her passion for theatre and is incredibly excited to fuse the two of them together.
is a Theatre Performance and African American Studies double major and is beyond grateful to have collaborated on his first devising process with The Science Project. Other favorite roles include Trissotin in Learned Ladies, Mr. Grossman in These Shining Lives, and Tommy in Making God Laugh. Trystan enjoys writing poetry, fashion, and taking in a british accent unprovoked. He plans to work with local non-profits to combat institutionalized inequalities in the near future. He would like to thank his family for trusting him, Alexis Chapin for initiating this bountiful process with the utmost passion, and the cast and crew for their beautiful minds.
is a freshman playwriting major. Her past credits include: Enterprise (props assistant), Nuestro Voz (playwright), and Blood Loyalties (playwright). She would like to thank her friends, family, classmates, and especially her fellow playwrights for their continued love and support.
Production Stage Manager
s a freshman stage manager who is grateful to be apart of this process. Outside of theatre, she enjoys regaling her friends with the newest interesting historical fact she has learned. Past credits include: Enterprise (ASM) and Louisiana Garbage Kings (ARG). Much love to Alexis for giving her this amazing opportunity and the entire team for their endless creativity.