WWTNS? Announces Their Resident Artists
What Will the Neighbors Say? is thrilled to officially announce their first cohort of resident artists. All of these incredible artists have worked with the company for many years, and Co-Artistic Directors James Clements, Ana Cristina da Silva, Sam Hood Adrain and Jorge Morales Picó are overjoyed to be formally welcoming them into the WWTNS? Family. Joining the company is Resident Documentarian Pablo Caldéron-Santiago, Resident Lighting Designer Elizabeth M. Stewart and Resident Production Designer Johanna Pan.
Pablo Calderón Santiago is a multimedia artist born and raised in Puerto Rico. In 2015 he received a BA in film production with a focus in film photography from Emerson College. He's currently based in Brooklyn and works doing lighting and tech for fine art, editorial, and commercial photoshoots. Pablo started his creative life as an actor with Puerto Rican theater collective Jovenes del '98 as well as appearances on TV and commercials. Outside of photography, Pablo has directed shorts, music videos, and conducted research and translation for feature-length documentaries.
Elizabeth M. Stewart is a New York City based lighting designer whose work has been seen in New York, London, Philadelphia, and more, in venues ranging from art gallery basements to off-Broadway theatres. Elizabeth is an Associate Consultant for Charcoalblue LLC, and an alumna of New York University - Tisch School of the Arts. She is a proud member of the Ring of Keys, and was a 2018 Hangar Design Fellow. elizabethmstewart.myportfolio.com
Johanna Pan is a Costume & sometimes Scenic Designer for theatre, film, dance and opera. Born and raised in Singapore, she is currently based in New York City. She first discovered theatrical design when competing in the creative thinking competition Odyssey of the Mind in Secondary 3 (9th Grade) and has never looked back. She is a proud feminist, lover of vintage clothing and all related to the textile arts. She continues to harbor hope for humankind in the face of adversity and dream of a future filled with inclusion and diversity. www.johannapan.com | @jpandesign
What Will the Neighbors Say? is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit company that creates theatre that examines historical, social, political and economic narratives that have been disregarded, misrepresented, or otherwise untold in order to provoke discourse in our audience and community. WWTNS? maintains a consistent commitment to diversity, arts education, community outreach, and artistic experimentation.