Bernadette Clemens (Co-Artistic Director, Co-Producer)

 trained at Columbia University and the British American Drama Academy (BADA). Her New York performance credits include: The Vineyard Theatre, Theater for a New Audience, Womens' Theatre Project, and Gotham City Improv. Local performance credits include: Cornelia in LUNACY (The Cleveland Play House/Dobama FusionFest); Ensemble in HAMLET (Great Lakes Theater); Nora in A DOLL'S HOUSE, Jill in EQUUS, Nina in THE SEAGULL, Vivie Warren in MRS. WARREN'S PROFESSION and Lizette/Mary Pickford in THE FARNSWORTH INVENTION (The Beck Center); Ensemble in THE HAIRY APE and VOICE OVER (Cleveland Public Theatre); Priscilla in HOMEBODY/KABUL, Mai in THE MAI, and Victoria in THE MOTHERF**KER WITH THE HAT (Dobama Theatre); Portia in JULIUS CAESAR and Olivia in TWELFTH NIGHT (Cleveland Shakespeare Festival); Emily in OUR TOWN, "C" in THREE TALL WOMEN, and Conchita in ANNA IN THE TROPICS (Ensemble Theatre); Jessie in 'NIGHT MOTHER (Tri-C East Theatre); Rose in A SHAYNA MAIDEL (Jewish Community Center), and onstage at Severance Hall in Musically Speaking/Prokofiev's Symphony No. 5 with The Cleveland Orchestra. She has recently directed THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE, THE HEIRESS, AGNES OF GOD, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, HEDDA GABLER, TO THE SEA... an original work inspired by Decroux, Lecoq and Synge; and most recently: MEDEA, ROMEO AND JULIET, HEARTBREAK HOUSE, DANCING AT LUGHNASA, and THE TROJAN WOMEN. She proudly served as Director of National Development for Case Western Reserve University and Leadership Development Officer of The Cleveland Orchestra; and has served on multiple boards of trustees and directors in Northeast Ohio. Member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA.