Lizzy Ana Lincoln
Lizzy Ana Lincoln is an actor, improviser, freelance producer originally from Austin, Texas. Paper Kraine began when the universe presented an opportunity for her to cram all the artistic communities she knew into one room. Recent acting credits: Welcome to the Doll Den (The Tank), Pomegrenade (Ran Xia and the Arctic at IRT), Dementia Americana (Soho Playhouse), and a turn as tween Kellyanne Conway (The Brick). Catch her with Manta Ray Police Force, her indie improv team, live-streaming RPGs on Twitch with Geeks for Good, or singing little songs to her foster cats. BA, Austin College.
Zachary Cohn is a writer, performer, and arts administrator. He currently works at The Public Theater, and most recently appeared in Kid Kristy and the Candy Touch (LaMaMa). In his spare time, he reads, writes, dances, sings, and generally makes a fool of himself. B.S., Skidmore College
Brittany Crowell has been working as a freelance Producer, Production Manager, and Stage Manager for over 10 years. She has worked as the Management Coordinator at the Bucks County Playhouse (2012), assisted Broadway Producer Jill Furman (2013), and currently works as the Production Manager for Third Rail Projects, managing long-running shows such as Then She Fell and The Grand Paradise and aiding in the creation of new projects. She is also the Managing Director of Crashbox Theater Company, working to develop new work by emerging writers.
Cameron Jefts is a dramaturg/comedian in NYC, and one of the co-producers and co-hosts of Paper Kraine. He has worked with Ars Nova, the Loading Dock, Fresh Ground Pepper, the LGBT Community Center of NYC, the Tank, the PIT, and many other fun folks. He is currently the dramaturg-in-residence of Forklift (the new work development program at the Loading Dock), and he hosts the podcasts Imaginary Friends and Pop/Rock. Onscreen, Cameron can be seen in Ink, Inc. and Death Lives. MFA: Columbia University, BA: Sewanee.
Paul Purvine is a New York based producer, director, and actor. He is a graduate of The Evergreen State College and holds a Bachelor of Arts with an emphasis in Theater and Education. He has been a workshop director, leading classes and directing shows, at Creative Theater Experience – a nonprofit children’s summer program – for over a decade. He was also a substitute teacher for the North Thurston Public School District in Washington state before relocating to the East Coast. New York credits include Pop Culture Fondue, Brain Melt Consortium, and Shotz!. If he had to name a favorite beer it would be McMenamin’s Terminator Stout.