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Rosie Kolbo

Rosie is a Texan, born and bred. At the ripe old age of 3, she landed her first professional role in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever at The Dallas Children’s Theater. After that, she decided theater was the thing to do and she never looked back. She is a proud graduate of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. After high school, she studied acting at Stephen F. Austin State University. During college, she decided that acting was not for her and accepted a year-long Artistic Administrative Internship at Chicago’s TimeLine Theater Company, voted “Company of the Year” by The Wall Street Journal in 2010. She now lives in Astoria with her boyfriend and cat. RubberMatch marks Rosie’s second producing credit in NYC, her first being Fathers & Sons (FringeNYC 2015). Her NYC Stage Management credits include Writopia’s Worldwide Plays Festival in both 2014 & 2015 (Writopia Lab), Dead Special Crabs (Wide Eyed Productions), Henry VI Parts 1, 2, & 3 (Hamlet Isn’t Dead), and Leah in Vegas, which was called “one of the most satisfying new American plays I’ve seen all year” by Martin Denton, NYTheater Now (Drift In, Act Out/FringeNYC 2014). She’s an avid book reader and she really loves creating excel documents. She is the current General Management Intern at The Public Theater.

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Sarah Matteucci

Sarah is an NYC-based vocalist, actor, producer, and vocal coach. Off-Broadway: A Stoop on Orchard Street (Sarah, original cast). New York theater includes: Primary Stages, EST, 45th Street Theater, Theater for the New City, CAPS LOCK Theatre, The Brick/Blood Brothers, Emerging Artists Theatre, Vital, 78th Street Theatre Lab, Looking Glass. Recordings include: A Stoop… (original cast recording), BiPolar Express by Mark Frawley, No Dogs Allowed by Sonia Manzano and Stephen Lawrence, Mary the Magdelene by Jim Olm, Stand Clear of the Closing Doors by Richard Rose.  Favorite roles include West Side Story (Maria), Company (Jenny), and The Seagull (Masha), as well as originating leading roles in new works by Mariah MacCarthy (Just Right/Sex with Robots, You’ll Thank Me Later) and Melisa Annis (Pit). Sarah has also appeared as a classical and musical theater concert/cabaret soloist both here and abroad (performances in NYC venues including The Cutting Room and The Metropolitan Room), with the occasional foray into film with such companies as Twirly Girl Productions, the webseries Ambience (just launched season 1!), and the Discovery Channel. As a vocal coach and dialect coach, she has worked on productions for Columbia University, Casper College, ESPA, and Flux Theatre Ensemble. She is currently an Associate Producer with CAPS LOCK Theatre and an Associate Producer for the webseries Ambience. Barnard grad (Phi Beta Kappa); vocal training at New England Conservatory and in NYC with Mark Planner; Associate Director of Primary Stages ESPA; works extensively as an educator and trainer with Destination Imagination, an international creative problem solving program for kids.

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Andrew Willis-Woodward

Andrew is a director, actor, singer, dancer, choreographer, dialect coach, writer, deviser, etc, who really likes making plays with magic. Recent directing credits include Measure For Measure, Cymbeline, Twelfth Night (Powerhouse), Back (Poetic Theater Productions), Charlotte’s Web (TheatreWorks USA Tour), On the Town (CAP21), He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not and To Meet You (Writopia), and multiple cabarets at such NYC venues as the Laurie Beechman Theater. Favorite roles include Cabaret (Emcee), Baby (Danny), The Full Monty (Ethan), Altar Boyz (Abraham), and Convenience (Vince). Graduate of Stanford University and CAP21; San Francisco Bay Area Theater Critics’ Circle Award winner; company member of Poetic Theater Productions; part-time software engineer. www.andrewwilliswoodward.com

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RED CARAVAN was founded in 2015 by Rosie Kolbo, Sarah Matteucci, Kara Ayn Napolitano Chin-Lyn, 

Paz Pardo, Adam Wennick, and Andrew Willis-Woodward.