BTP Personnel :


Brey Ann Barrett : Brey Ann Barrett is a freelance director, dramaturg, and producer. She was the Director of New Play Development and Artistic Associate at Theatre Exile. She has also worked as the Festival Director for Philadelphia Theatre Company's PTC@Play and the Assistant Company Manager for the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center. She directed the world premieres of Haygen Walker’s Nightmares in Neverland: Boyfight (Fringe Festival) and Ciara Ni Chuirc’s Self:Same (UArts). Additionally, she has directed the first readings of Sam Henderson’s HEART; Jeremy Gable’s Glass Ceiling Series: D-Pad, Go Ahead, and Watch Me Jump; and Jacqueline Goldfinger’s Trish Tinkler Gets Saved (Theatre Exile and Azuka Theatre). She assistant directed Hillary and Clinton (Philadelphia Theatre Company); Stinky CheeseMan and Passion (Arden Theatre Company); Photograph 51 (Lantern Theatre Company); and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Theatre Exile). Brey Ann received her BFA in Directing from The University of the Arts. She currently works for the Broadway show, Dear Evan Hansen.
Michael G. Donahue : Michael G. Donahue, III, Esq. is the Managing Shareholder of the law firm of Stark & Stark, P.C. where he oversees the day-to- day operations and long-term strategic planning of the Firm. Mr. Donahue currently serves as the Past President of the New Jersey Association for Justice (NJAJ) and served as its President during the 2016-2017 term. NJAJ is a statewide association of over 2,400 attorneys dedicated to protecting New Jersey’s families by working to preserve and strengthen the laws for safer products and workplaces, a cleaner environment, and quality health care. Mr. Donahue is active in a number of charitable endeavors. He serves is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Boheme Opera New Jersey and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Trenton Area YMCA. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Theatre Exile in Philadelphia, PA, as well as the Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra in Princeton, NJ.
Vincent Fumo : Vincent Fumo is a Software Engineer. He is the Executive Producer of The Italian Market Project. Previously he was Vice-Chairman of the Board for Theatre Exile. He has been a supporter of the arts for a long time. He also likes boardgames and making cocktails.
David Jacobi : David’s plays have been performed throughout the U.S. and in China, including the Peter Jay Sharp Theater, FringeNYC, and Penghao Theatre. His work has been developed at Ojai Playwrights Conference, Portland Center Stage’s JAW Festival, RISK IS THIS, Great Plains Theatre Conference, Kennedy Center MFA Playwright’s Workshop, SLC Playwrights Lab and PlayPenn. He is a winner of the Holland New Voices Award, Kennedy Center Theatre for Young Audiences Award, a Relentless Award semifinalist, and has been nominated for the Weissburger. David was the 2015 Shank Fellow at Pig Iron Theatre Company, and is currently under commission from the Denver Center. He received a BFA in Dramatic Writing from Purchase College and an MFA from UC San Diego.
Amanda Jensen : Amanda Jensen is a Philadelphia based Lighting Desinger. Amanda has designed for Gunner Montana (Wroughtland), Inis Nua (Radiant Vermin, Spine), Azuka (Tigers Be Still), The Lantern (Screwtape Letters), Unstuck Theatre (XY Scheherazade), and other artist self produced work (Nightmares in Neverland and A Little PLay About Betrayal). She is also a guest artist at Swathmore College and has designed The Totalitarians, The Seagull, Aunt Dan and Lemon, Mercury Fur, Here in My Garden, Dublin by Lamplight, Lex & Goldiline, Equivocation, and The Three Musketeers. Amanda has assisted Thom Weaver at The Arden (A Year with Frog and Toad), Theatre Exile (Tommy & Me), The Wilma Theater (The Christians), Syracuse Stage (The Christians), Philadelphia Theatre Company (Disgraced), Theatre Horizon (Syringa Tree), and New Paradise Laboratories (The Adults).