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Jane Elias is an actor and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Theater credits include the world premiere of Mark Medoff’s Time and Chance (Las Cruces, NM); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet, and As You Like It (Theater at Woodshill, Utica, NY); and the NYC premiere of Arlene Hutton’s Letters to Sala (Barrow Group). Jane’s other plays include Baby Steps (finalist, City Theatre National Award for Short Playwriting; finalist, Heideman Award) and Girl Is Mine (nominee, Susan Smith Blackburn Prize). Her work has been developed with Naked Angels, Access Theater Writers Group, Core Artist Ensemble, Stony Brook Southampton, and FAB Women@TBG; and her poetry and fiction have appeared in literary magazines including Washington Square, trans lit mag, and The Southampton Review.

In 2020 she created #SonnetCoronaProject, a collaborative project in which for 328 consecutive days during the pandemic she wrote a sonnet a day until a Covid vaccine became available to the general public, each piece interpreted and performed by a different actor. Jane received her BA in English from Duke University and her MFA in poetry from NYU. Acting training: Michael Howard Studios, Larry Singer Studios, The Barrow Group. Proud member of AEA and the Dramatists Guild.



Tracy Bersley, specializing in movement based theatre, has adapted, directed and choreographed many stories including: Three Incestuous Sisters (CSV), Alice in Wonderland (Dorset Theater Festival), The Epic of Sunjata (Loft Theatre), The House on Mango Street (Syracuse Stage), Tibet: Through the Red Box (at HERE in conjunction with the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab), lamb of gods (NYC Fringe Festival), The Awful Rowing Toward God (Ontological Theatre’s Blueprint Series), The Anatomy of Touch (Foreman’s Ontological Theatre), Rappaccini’s Daughter (Chashama NYC/Jim Henson Foundation’s Festival), Beyond Static and J’tombe (The Studio New York).

Tracy has also been choreographer / movement director for On the Levee (Lincoln Center, LCT3), Anna in the Tropics (Broadway, Royal Theatre), All Over (Broadway, Round About Theatre), Paris Commune (BAM/Public Theatre/Arts Emerson) and Great Immensity (The Pubic/Kansas City Rep) with the Civilians; Pericles, Revenger’s Tragedy, Women Beware Women, Duchess of Malfi, Witch of Edmunton (Lortel Nomination for Outstanding Choreography) The Changeling and Volpone (Red Bull Theatre), Love Child (New World Stages/Primary Stages), The Civil War (Callaway Award Finalist for Choreography) and Max and Ruby (Lortel/Theatreworks USA), Punk Play and Vendetta Chrome (Clubbed Thumb/Ohio Theatre), Takarazuka (HERE/Clubbed Thumb), St. Joan of the Stockyards (PS 122), The Winter’s Tale and Measure for Measure (Hudson Valley Shakespeare), The Scarlet Letter (Intiman, Seattle), Monstrosity (13P), Quixote (Broad St. Theatre, Philadelphia); Romeo & Juliet (Williamstown).

Tracy runs an artist posse called DDT with two performer/writers whose work aims to transform the actor/audience relationship. She also teaches acting, movement and devising work at conservatories and studios in and out of New York City and has been guest artist/faculty at Yale School of Drama, NYU Tisch, Purchase College, Columbia, Princeton, and Juilliard. Tracy received her MFA in Directing (Syracuse), currently serves as the co-head of the MFA acting program at UNC/Playmakers Rep, and is a member of Stage Directors and Choreographers and a Drama League Fellow.




Allison founded A/Park Productions in the summer of 2023, created from her passion for producing great works, both in New York City and especially in Edinburgh for the Fringe Festival. Allison has both stage managed and helped produce several shows at the Edinburgh Fringe since 2018, with favorite credits including: 17 Minutes (2023), Intelligence (2022), Solitary (2019), and The Providence of Neighboring Bodies (2018). A/Park is thrilled to be producing two productions for the upcoming Edinburgh Fringe (2024) this summer including Jane's beautiful piece Do This One Thing for Me at Bedlam Theatre. Allison is also a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.




Renée began her career assisting Tony Award–winning designers on Broadway. Lighting theater and dance for over twenty-five years, she has worked with many professional companies from New York and around the world. Renée currently serves as Executive Director with the experiential creative agency CS Global, designing lighting for fashion shows, corporate events, conferences, travel retail, and museum exhibits in the United States and internationally. She is thrilled to be working with Jane once again in sharing her personal story. Renée received her BFA in Lighting Design from Purchase College Conservatory, SUNY.




Originally from Bozeman, Montana, Adam moved to New York City in 2006. He has been recording and performing nationally and internationally since the age of ten with a multitude of artists and groups of varying backgrounds. Adam's trios, Dance Fight and AP3, perform regularly at the Letlove Inn (Astoria, NYC). Other credits include: pianist and composer for the original soundtrack to FX's Emmy Award–winning series Louie; and Head of Musician Training at Jazz at Lincoln Center's WeBop program.




In Stefania's decades in NYC theater she has worked with/at The WorkShop Theater, Chelsea Rep LAB, EST, SoHo Playhouse, 59E59, Laurie Beechman Theater, multiple NY Fringe productions both onstage and off (including Do This One Thing for Me), and *many* others. Her first foray into the Edinburgh Fringe was in 2018 and she's pleased as punch to go back. She recently completed a run as the PSM for Daniel Damiano's One with the Current, and a 50th Anniversary performance of Rhinegold by Jim Steinman and Barry Keating, featuring André DeShields.

Jane Elias © 2024

DO THIS ONE THING FOR ME was originally developed in Matt Hoverman’s GO-SOLO workshops.

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