Caroline V. McGraw (Host)
Caroline V. McGraw’s plays include I Get Restless, Ultimate Beauty Bible, Believeland, The Bachelors, Tall Skinny Cruel Cruel Boys, The Vaults, and The King is Dead. Her work has been produced and developed at theaters across the country including Page 73, Lesser America, South Coast Rep, Portland Center Stage’s JAW Festival, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Theater Ninjas/Maelstrom Arts Collective, The Lark's Playwrights Week, Naked Angels, Second Stage Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, IAMA Theatre Company, Washington Ensemble Theatre, Studio 42, and Ars Nova. Caroline was the 2013 Page 73 Playwriting Fellow, a 2016 Tow Foundation Playwright-in-Residence, and a 2018 New Georges Audrey Resident. She is working on new play commissions from Yale Rep, Manhattan Theatre Club/The Sloan Foundation, and South Coast Rep. She has written two short films, Ladies Lounge and Friendly Neighborhood Coven, both of which are playing festivals around the country. Caroline is a member of The Kilroys, a grassroots organization advocating for women, trans, and non-binary writers on American stages. She is a graduate of the playwriting program at the Yale School of Drama, where she studied under Paula Vogel. Visit her online at www.carolinevmcgraw.com
Jenna is a writer, editor, and pop culture critic. Her work has appeared in Rolling Stone, Time Out New York, The Village Voice, Curbed NY, Condé Nast Traveler, Mental Floss, The Boston Herald, Time Out Boston, and Hemispheres Magazine, where she’s written on a wide variety of topics including TV, film, theater, music, city happenings, history, robots, and catacombs. Jenna is a copy editor at Comedy Central, and will defend to her death your right to use the Oxford comma. She also writes plays and short stories, escapes to the mountains whenever possible, and will talk your ear off about feminist comic books and/or whatever the moon is doing at the moment. Jenna lives in Brooklyn and will happily pet your dog. Claire Fisher sun with a David Fisher moon and Brenda Chenowith rising.
Alison Cherry (Producer/Editor)
When she isn't producing podcasts, Alison is a writer and book editor. She is the author of nine novels for kids and teens, including Look Both Ways, which was the winner of the 2017 Bisexual Book Award, and The Pros of Cons (with co-authors Lindsay Ribar and Michelle Schusterman), which received a starred review from Publisher's Weekly and was included on the American Library Association's Rainbow List. Alison also has a degree in photography and spent many years working as a lighting designer for theater, dance, and opera productions. The first episode of Six Feet Under she ever saw was the finale, which she watched with a bemused expression while her roommate bawled her eyes out on the other side of the couch. Alison lives in Brooklyn with her cat. To find out more about her and her books, visit her at www.alisoncherrybooks.com and @alison_cherry on Twitter and Instagram.