EVIE SCHUCKMAN | they/them is an actor, playwright, and visual storyteller with roots in South Florida, Chengdu (China), and New York City. They hold a BFA in musical theater from Boston Conservatory at Berk­lee, with an emphasis in solo performance. Schuckman is fascinated by the art of trans­formation. A resident company mem­ber at theater incubator Mercury Store in Go­wa­nus, Brooklyn, they spend most of their time building innovative devised theater and new plays within a collaborative ensemble setting. (Recent related duties include: feeding miniature bread loaves to puppets, performing an exorcism, disappearing behind a door, and sapphic witchcraft in recitative.) Schuckman has developed works with companies across New York City, including Ars Nova and MCC Theater, where they were most recently seen in a workshop production of a new musical directed by Whitney White. Their pride is in their history, and the legacy of those who have come before them—trans, disabled, immigrant, neurodiverse, elders—and those who have just joined us. Welcome. Love to Andrew and Lisa. To Mom and Dad: it really is all for you. @evieschu