Sherry Radowitz, Ph.D.
Consulting Editor/Script Supervisor and Marketing Director
Dr. Sherry Radowitz is the Director of Grants & Sponsored Programs and Early Childhood Consultant at Molloy College in Rockville Centre, NY where she has worked for the past 14 years. With a career that spans 45 years in the nonprofit sector, predominately in human services and education, Sherry is a well-respected community leader with strong expertise in program development and fundraising.
An avid theatre lover, Sherry works closely with the Madison Theatre at Molloy, a 565 seat state-of-the-art theatre and helps promote the Molloy College/CAP21 BFA Theatre Arts Program. In addition to writing grants for the Madison Theatre and collaborating on projects, she has also been a consultant to Theatre Three, a large regional theatre in Port Jefferson, NY.
A close friend of the playwright, Sherry is very knowledgeable about the subject matter of the show which addresses both abusive relationships and spirituality. She brings her strong writing and editorial skills to this new project and believes that women offer something very special to the theatre and need more opportunities to share their talent and insight.
Darren works on both sides of the camera appearing as an actor playing blue collar heroes on such critically acclaimed shows (Mr. Robot, Girls, Blacklist) to name a few as well as focusing on writing and directing his own films. Based now in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn he continues his pursuits in acting, writing, filmmaking, and editing (darrenlipari.com).
Darren is honored and proud to be collaborating with his mother on such a special project and is thankful for her constant support as he follows his own path and dreams wherever they may lead!
(Lighting & Sound Design)
Danny is an experienced theatre professional. This is Danny’s third United Solo Festival show doing lights and sound. He’s glad to be back for more! He is also an actor and artist, with work ranging from Shakespeare to performance art rock bands. Danny is a proud member of SAG and the Actors Equity Association.
Sid is a well-respected composer, lyricist, conductor and arranger. He produced all of the musical sound tracks for the show and recorded the CD in his studio on Long Island.