Rita Styron began her theatrical journey by performing in musicals as a young girl, but when an opportunity to work as a Stage Manager with a visiting New York Director for the production of “Black Elk Speaks” was presented to her, she was hooked. From that day forward, Rita has continued to work as a Stage Manager for various Theaters, Acting Companies and Universities in North Carolina. She received a BS degree in Business Administration from UNC Pembroke and has over 15 years of experience working in the financial industry as a Project Assistant.
Frank Albano, Graphic Designer
A New Jersey native, Frank studied at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Currently teaching graphic design and photography at a high school in Central New Jersey, he formerly worked in New York City as an advertising art director for many years before becoming an educator. While a teacher, he still works on a wide range of design projects, from theater to advertising, packaging and more recently as the creative director on two mobile app startups. When the design projects are quiet, Frank paints and writes as well.
Elizabeth Casteneda, Photographer
Elizabeth Castaneda was born and raised in Franklin County, NC and when she's not documenting theatre, her favorite approach to photography is through the eye of a traditional family lifestyle. She also enjoys capturing the beauty she sees in agricultural landscapes, and her work has been featured in business calendars and magazines. Castaneda truly believes one image is worth 1,000 words and says her passion is bringing a story to life "one frame at a time."
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