Artists associated with fac/t collective
Karron Karr is a theatre artist who has held many roles on and off stage including director, actor, producer, playwright, designer, and company and general manager. Karron has been part of the devising and performance of several original works over the years. Recently, she co-created More Than Memory, an applied theatre project which created and presented original plays with seniors with dementia and memory loss. She was also a performer and performance writer for iPromise: A Moment to a Movement, a play devised from interviews with survivors of domestic violence. Karron co-created and performed in Behind Closed Doors, a verbatim burlesque created with text associated with American political sex scandals, devised for and presented by the 2015 New Masculinities Festival. Also presented at the 2017 New Masculinities festival, she also directed Interruption, a theatrical investigation on how masculinity affects and interrupts everyone’s life. She is a recent graduate of the MA in Applied Theatre program from CUNY.
Nicole Serra is a theatre artist and educator. Throughout her past 12 years in NYC, Nicole has served as an actor, director, playwright, producer, and stage manager. As a teaching artist, she has worked with Creative Arts Team, Two River Theatre, BAX, Leap, CentreStage, and Theatre Arts Center, among others. Nicole Serra has performed in traditional productions such as Julius Caesar and Look Homeward, Angel, as well as workshops of new plays such as Big Brown Dawn and Gay Slave Handbook. Most recently, Nicole co-produced, wrote, and acted in The Burkinis, a full-length sketch comedy show and Sweet Jesus, a 10 minute film. She holds a B.A. in Theatre and English from University of Miami and a M.A. in Applied Theatre from CUNY.