Before founding Egg & Spoon Theatre Collective in 2017, Liam received his BFA from Syracuse University where he was the Managing Director of Black Box Players while directing and assisting on numerous productions. Most recently he co-directed The Rats and directed The Killer for Egg & Spoon’s second season. Other assisting credits include Fiorello! (Off-Broadway, dir. Bob Moss); Man of La Mancha (dir. Mark Lamos), Thousand Pines (dir. Austin Pendleton), and In the Heights (dir. Marcos Santana). He is currently the Resident Assistant Director at Westport Country Playhouse, and an Associate Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.
Elizabeth is originally from New Orleans, Louisiana. She moved to New York City after graduating with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Syracuse University. She has been most recently seen in The Jersey Devil Doesn’t Exist (Egg & Spoon) and Hypatia and the Heathens. Elizabeth has been thrilled to produce all of Egg & Spoon’s second season. She also has been part of the creative team of Egg & Spoon’s Broken Egg: Open Mic Nights and the Incubation Series. Elizabeth is a tall lady that can sling a hot margarita.
Originally from Chicago, Aubree is a graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Otterbein University in Columbus, OH. She moved to NYC in January of 2017! Aubree initially got involved with Egg & Spoon after being cast in The Rats last season, but since has taken on the role of Marketing Director. Other than Egg & Spoon, Aubree runs the marketing and social media, as well as performed a parody for "And the Spoon Ran Away with the Spoon." She also is apart of a comedy/improv group called "KRISTEN" that produces comedy shorts and performs all over New York City. Aubree loves sour beer and is currently struggling with a Handpulled Noodle addiction.
Adam is a theatre artist, originally from San Antonio, TX. He is a founding member and artistic associate of Egg & Spoon. Last season, he directed Sarah Kane's Crave. He is an Associate Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, and a member of the SDC Foundation Observership Class (18-19). Obersvership: Chay Yew (The Public Theater) and a recipient of the Syracuse University's Josephine Abady Award for Excellence in Directing. As an actor, Adam is a resident actor at The Flea Theater and has collaborated with The New Dramatists, Pipeline Theater Company, Westport Country Playhouse and others.
Jillian moved to NYC after getting her BFA in Acting from Syracuse University. Along with her performance pursuits, she’s recently discovered her passion for directing. Some credits include: assisting on Mary Poppins (Syracuse Stage), assisting on Song of Bernadette Jones (Fresh Fruit Festival), co-directing The Rats with Liam Lonegan (Egg & Spoon Theatre Collective). Jillian is excited to be a part of the teams producing Egg & Spoon’s Incubation Series and Broken Egg Open Mic nights (please submit!).
Jenna is an aspiring director and dramaturg. She is currently working towards a BFA in Theater with a focus in directing from Emerson College. Jenna is the creator of Strip It Down, a blog that highlights the work and inclusion of Jewish women in theater. She has done administrative and artistic work with several non-profit theaters in Boston and works for ATG at the newly refurbished Colonial Theater.