WHO WE ARE
Lumina Theatre Company is lead by a team of young artists dedicated to education and creating new, challenging work. LTC leadership is uniquely collaborative, with each member sharing creative and administrative positions. Each member has their own area of expertise, allowing us to grow as a holistic collective with a variety of interests and theatrical skills.
Ella Baldwin (she/her) is a Brooklyn-based playwright, actor, and director. Her work comes with a focus on devising, adaptation, and playwriting. A Bard College graduate of both Theater & Performance and Written Arts, she has taught across writing and theater, and studied classical acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. She recently wrote and performed Sea Lily Stand-Up at En Garde Art's inaugural playdate. She is a co-founder of Lumina Theatre Company, a Brooklyn Public Library Incubator Cohort 9 member, and currently works as an Assistant Producer at ALC Management.
Faith Amrapali Williams is a current Bard College Theatre and Performance and Spanish Studies senior. She has experience with directing, acting, singing, music directing, and various technical roles. Additionally, her focus within the Spanish department is related to finding Latin American playwrights and translating their work. She takes particular interest in analyzing Hispanic theatre and film and applying her understanding of the role of Brown and Black voices in American theatre to the artistic works she encounters in Spanish educational settings.
Philip Carroll is playwright and comedian based in Brooklyn, NY. A recent graduate of Bard College, Phil was the leader of the school’s comedy club, BRAD Comedy, for three years, and has performed in clubs such as Gotham Comedy Club and UCB East. Phil recently made his off-Broadway debut in Theater for a New Audience’s production of Mad Forest by Caryl Churchill.
Anna Laura Falvey (she/her) is a Brooklyn-based poet, producer, and theater maker. In 2020, she graduated from Bard College with degrees in Classics & Written Arts, with a specialty in Ancient Greek and poetry. Most recently, she worked as the research assistant on a forthcoming compendium of the marginalia of political theorist, Hannah Arendt, and has served internships at The Tank NYC and Smith Street Stage. Anna Laura has been a teaching artist with Artists Striving to End Poverty since 2019, and currently works as editorial assistant at Bellevue Literary Review, the medical humanities journal based out of Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan.
Thai Harris Singer (she/her) is a Brooklyn-born and raised theatermaker and administrator. She graduated from Bard College with a BA In Theater & Performance. She has worked as the Post-Baccalaureate Producing Fellow at the Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, and is currently a Producing Assistant at En Garde Arts. She is also a playwright and producer whose work is curious about exploring racial performance theory and ancestral legacy through theater, food, movement, words, and song.