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Friends, Nerds, Artists. Lizards from Space.

Hello. We are the Lizardfolk. Many millennia ago, Our Reptilian Overlord parents came to Earth from the Alpha Draconis star system and infiltrated the highest levels of your human society. Sorry about that. We, too, were groomed to rule and eventually devour the human race. But...we’d really rather eat pizza and play D&D? So we donned our skinsuits to live among you humans full-time. Now we are free to sing showtunes, make weird art, and argue about Star Wars. This is our art collective. We create strange stories and thrilling tales of adventure, both fantastical and mundane. We simulate human connection with our calculating lizard minds. We live in a secret clubhouse under Times Square M&M Store. Please see below for our carefully constructed human identities.


We mean you no harm.

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Charlotte Ahlin is a writer, playwright, artist, performer, and lifelong New Yorker. Her past work includes The Summoning, which won Best Actor, Best Director, and Best Production at the SheNYC Summer Theatre Festival. She is the current New Play Resident with SheNYC. Her other work has been produced at the Lucille Lortel, the Barrow Group, Dixon Place, the People's Improv Theater, the Tank, the Producer's Club, City Lore, and other venues of varying prestige around NYC. Her play Dido, Queen of Carthage is published with Red Bull Theater. She holds a B.A. in creative writing from Oberlin College and serves as the associate artistic director of Fat Knight Theatre. She's also a founding member of Page Break Writers Group. She plays D&D and her cat is called Freyja. Right now she's reading ‘70s science fiction and drawing sad cartoons.

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Brandon Bogle is a New York-based Theater Artist. Most recently he has been working behind the scenes as the Technical Director for Soho Playhouse. But he has always taken the time to revel in his first love on the stage. Now Brandon is putting his energy into this online foray with his favorite DnD group. Favorite roles include Dungeon Play (Ed), Cave Canem (Jerome), Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Pontius Pilate)


Danielle Cohn is most recently in the Off-Broadway hit Drunk Shakespeare playing a tipsy Lady Macbeth, as well as in regular performances with the feminist sketch-and-musical comedy troupe Broad Comedy. She is a Co-Artistic Director of Really Really Theatre Group, Co-Host of the comedic Shakespeare podcast "What You Will," cast member of actual-play D&D videocast “Difficult Terrain,” and board member of Fat Knight Theatre. She has improv training from the Upright Citizens Brigade and a BFA in Acting from the University of Michigan (Go Blue!). For more, visit

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Avery DiUbaldo is an MFA candidate at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Formerly based in Brooklyn, he is a creative, writer, and (sometimes) actor with extensive experience in film, video, and prose. As a creative director at Snowday, he has led teams to develop and produce work for Google, The University of Michigan (alma mater), and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and his writings have been published online and in print by the New York Times, American Theatre Magazine, and Fiction Writers Review. He is also known in some circles as "Magnus," a Level 8 vegetarian barbarian with webbed feet and an outstanding sartorial debt to Ziggy Stardust.

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David Lee Huynh is an actor, activist, and one of the founding artistic leaders of The Sống Collective. His stage work includes the Drama Desk nominated revival of Henry VI (NAATCO), a new adaptation of The Trial of the Catonsville Nine (Transport Group), as well as credits across the country with the Kennedy Center, Alley Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Mixed Blood Theatre, and others. He has been invited to work abroad in Japan, Russia, Zimbabwe, and the Czech Republic. Film: Children of the Dust, Roll With It. TV: FBI. He delivered a TEDx Talk on institutional racism within the entertainment industry titled Asian Enough? He plays Sylorin Trent on the hit DnD podcast: Encounter Party!
MFA: University of Houston Professional Actor Training Program


Stephen M. Eckert is a queer director of theatre, opera, and performance art living in New York. He was a founder and Artistic Director of the award-winning Promethean Theatre Company in New Orleans from 2012-2017, directing over 10 productions with the company including the regional premier of Annie Baker’s The Flick. Eckert has directed several premier productions of new work including the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival award-winning production of We Will Not Describe the Conversation, The Trouble with Dead Boyfriends, winner of the Premier Premieres Festival of musical comedy in Chicago, ID, Please: An Opera for the Era of Brexit and Trump at London’s TÊTE À TÊTE new opera festival, and A Small Breach in Protocol at Big Rick’s Rockin’ Skydiving Academy, winner of the 2019 Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival. He is an alumni of the Carnegie Mellon University MFA Directing program where he served as the John Wells Directing Fellow.


Arif Silverman is a Brooklyn-based actor, teacher, and writer of "American Fantasy Theater." His solo play Galahad and the Dragons earned him the Emerging Artist Fringe Award at the BorderLight Theater Festival last summer in Cleveland. His children's musical The Stray had its world premiere at the 14th St Y last fall. Upcoming - his brand new punk rock-fantasy play, commissioned by Dixon Place, entitled Dream of Rays.


Gabrielle Montoute is a New York City native currently living and working in Los Angeles. She graduated from Emerson College with a B.A. in TV Production and most recently worked in post production on Ava DuVernay’s Cherish the Day and Hulu’s High Fidelity. In her free time, she likes to build Gundam models and drink seltzer. You can find her occasionally funny tweets about video games @gmontoute on Twitter.  


Robert Leslie Meek is a Director, Sound Designer, Actor, & Musician. He has Directed and done Sound Design for: The Tempest, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, The Haunting of Hill House, Veronica’s Room, Titus Andronicus, Christmas Carol, Macbeth, & Much Ado About Nothing (CCCT). He has also done sound design for Collected Stories, Pride & Prejudice, The Glass Menagerie, Between Riverside & Crazy (4th Wall Theatre Co.) and for Woyzeck (Rec Room). He releases original music as J U N O, you can listen and learn more at

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