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3rd Space Theatre Collective

Carrie Klewin

Erika Beth Philips

Let's connect and collaborate.

Erika Beth Phillips has performed throughout the UK and US.  London/UK credits include: The West End production of From Hell She Came; Caryl Churchill’s Hot Fudge (Grace);Women and Wallace (Women); Aladdin (Aladdin); Romeo and Juliet (Juliet); A Christmas Carol (Christmas Past).  NY credits include: Downtown Dysfunctionals at the Zipper Theatre; Hidden Voices at the Minetta Lane; and The Love Talker (Bun) with Playwright’s Horizons.  Regional Credits include: Mauritius (Jackie) and The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later (Reggie Flutey) with Salem Repertory Theatre; and The Diary of Anne Frank (Anne) with Stage One in Louisville, KY.  Around San Diego: South Pacific (Nellie Forbush) and Hello Dolly! (Ermengarde) with Lamb’s Players Theatre; The Scarlet Pimpernel (Marie) at the Welk; as well as A Piece of My Heart (Martha) and Since Africa (Eve) with Mo’olelo Performing Arts Company.  Erika assisted in the development of the musical Voice of the City with Christopher D’Amboise at NY’s Musical Theatre Works, and is a teaching artist for La Jolla Playhouse.  www.erikabethphillips.com

Carrie Klewin, a San Diego director and professor of theatre, specializes in socially conscious ensemble and devised pieces.   She created the Variations Project, an award-winning annual festival of new work in Baltimore.  Working with Theatre Without Borders, she founded The International Theatre Network, a virtual community focused on social justice.  She holds a MA in Theatre from NYU, and an MFA in Directing from CUA.  Carrie is a member of SDC,  a former Helen Hayes judge, and has worked with Amnesty International, The Sundance Theatre Institute, Director's Lab West, Arena Stage, The Kennedy Center, USD's Institute for Peace and Justice, and Woolly Mammoth, among others.  www.carrieklewin.com

Judy Bauerleine

Judy Bauerlein has worked extensively as a performer in both regional and New York theaters. She’s performed and presented new and collaborative work at the Southern Theatre in Minneapolis, Highways in Los Angels, Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Wilma Theatre, Lincoln Center Director's Lab (“Best of Series” 1998), The Public Theatre, and the Bread and Puppet Theatre. Film credits includeDeconstructing Harry, Diary of a City Priest,Drunks, and Free Land by Minda Martin. Judy has received numerous awards for acting and collaborative outreach projects, including a Woodrow Wilson Humanities at Work Fellowship.  Judy is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at California State University San Marcos.  www.judybauerlein.com

Lisa Berger

Lisa Berger is a director, teacher and actor (Graduate Meisner actor intensive William Esper Studio, NYC).  Her San Diego directing credits include Things We Want(New Village Arts), Killer Joe (Compass Theatre)(Patte Award), The Corpse Bride (Stone Soup), Crimes of the Heart (Canyon Crest Academy) Buried Child(UCSD) The Long Christmas Ride Home (Patte Award) and Looking for Normal  (Diversionary Theatre), Handbag (AASD) The Pirates of Penzance (Lyric Opera Academy), and Islands of Repair (NYC Fringe).  Additional directing credits include Our Town, The Boys Next Door, Picnic, Laughing Wild and several children’s musical for the Metropolitan Opera Guild’s Creating Original Opera program.  Lisa has appeared as an actor in Felt, The Corpse Bride (Best Performance Award) and Roquefort at the Actor’s Alliance Festival and toured with the Montana Repertory Theatre.  In addition, Lisa has worked as a teaching artist for various arts organizations including La Jolla Playhouse.  Disney’s The Lion King, Theatre for a New Audience and Arts Genesis.  She currently teaches at Mira Costa College, City College, Grossmont College and a Meisner Technique class with New Village Arts. Lisa holds an MFA (Directing, U. of  Montana).