Alex Knox (Writer/Performer) - bio available here.
Becca Wolff (Director/Developer) is originally from Watsonville, California, and is co-founder of Tilted Field Productions. Recent directing work with Tilted Field includes The Last Days of Mary Stuart, an electro-opera she wrote with members of the band TONY and the world premiere of No Static At All. These two shows also earned Tilted Field the title of Best Avant-Garde Rock Musical Theatre Company in LA Weekly’s 2013 “Best of LA” edition. Other recent work includes the west coast premiere of Dan Lefranc's Sixty Miles to Silver Lake and developing and directing Sarah Bush Project's Rocked by Women at Dance Mission in San Francisco. Past work includes the Best Musical of the 2008 New York International Fringe Festival (Usher [Fox/Hirsch]), and a host of world premiere plays at venues such as Son of Semele Ensemble (LA), Yale Cabaret, and Perishable Theatre in Providence, RI. Becca is a graduate of The New School, NYC, and holds an MFA in Directing from Yale School of Drama. She is on the faculty at Cal Poly Pomona, The East Bay Center for the Performing Arts (Richmond, CA) and Pixar U.
The New York production of No Static At All featured lighting design by Jiyoun Chang and scenic design by Michael Locher. The producers were Jacob G. Padrón and Roberta Pereira. Paul Carey was the costume consultant.
No Static At All was stage managed by Tamara Williams and Kirsten Parker (Los Angeles), Haley Fluke (Seattle), and Natalie Price (New York). James Hiatt assistant directed in Los Angeles.