Jeffrey is a writer, director, actor, fight director, co-founder of Prism Movement Theater. He has been working in the DFW area for the last four years for theatre companies like Cara Mía Theatre Co., Undermain Theatre, Trinity Shakespeare, Water Tower, Dallas Shakespeare, and the Dallas Theater Center. He has taught with a number of excellent Dallas school programs like Junior Players, Dallas Theater Center, and School of Yes. Jeffrey graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2013 with a degree in Theater Studies.
Director of New Works Development
Zoe Kerr is a veteran of the Dallas stage, having performed in twenty-seven productions over the past ten years with companies like Dallas Theater Center and Kitchen Dog Theater. Behind the scenes, Zoe has written for Kitchen Dog’s One-Minute Play Festival, and is currently studying under Dallas Theater Center’s acclaimed Playwright-in-Residence, Jonathan Norton. When she isn’t working as an editor and consultant for other writers and directors in the area, she is pursuing her BFA in Theatre Studies with a focus in Directing at Southern Methodist University.
Kwame Lilly is a Dallas resident and graduate from Northwestern State University at Louisiana with a Bachelor of Science Degree concentrating in Performance/Directing & Musical Theatre. He has performed prinple roles and featured ensemble roles for MBS Productions, Casa Manana, ONSTAGE at Bedford, Firehouse Theatre, and Prism Movement Theatre. He also performs as a prinple dancer for Stage Square Productions and the Herrar Dance Project. In addition to performing professionally, Kwame teaches movement/dance for youth summer programs.
Technical Director – Artistic Ensemble
Jonah Gutierrez has been working as the lighting and scenic designer for Prism since its inception. From using a rudimentary work lamp, to designing an entirely wireless LED lighting grid, Jonah has been responsible for every major technical development Prism Movement Theater has experienced over its five-year long history. He started his career lighting concerts and commercial venues but came back to the stage using his experience to highlight movement, emotion, and space using light. This reason alone has given Jonah the passion he has when designing a Prism production. He wants to emphasize each moment and movement seamlessly, immersing the audience in the stage and story.
His upcoming projects are directing a Dia De Los Muertos show for Lone Star Circus in October, working with Treatro Dallas on sound design, and preparing the next Prism show as Co-Director and Co-Writer.
Maryam Baig was born and raised in Pakistan, she received a B.A in English Literature and Political Science from the University of Punjab, and a B.A in Art & Performance/MFA in Art & Technology at UT Dallas. Baig continues to follow her passion for storytelling as a playwright and actor, also serves on artistic advisory boards for Theatre Three Inc. and Deep Vellum Publishing and teaches theatre at UT Dallas.
Gina Weber is currently pursuing a PhD in Arts Management at Southern Methodist University. She freelances to improve the administration of art organizations, serves on the Board of Cara Mia and Prism Movement Theaters, and volunteers at Teatro Dallas, Artstillery, Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, and for Human Rights Initiative of North Texas. Gina early retired from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency where she developed, coordinated, and managed all aspects of the multi-media program, and effective allocation of a multi-million-dollar budget utilized to address environmental and public health issues along the U.S. – Mexico border.
Attorney Paul Wingo is a formidable champion for plaintiffs. He has successfully negotiated and resolved thousands of cases for injured clients. He is a skilled photographer and uses his artistic eye to help tell the stories of clients who have been catastrophically injured. He regularly speaks at CLEs across Texas and is committed to educating the legal profession. He is a fourth generation Texan, is active in local politics, active in the Dallas art community, and works with homeless charities.