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Craig Levesque is a composer, arranger, copyist, and horn player based in Central New Jersey. His music has been performed throughout the country and he has been commissioned by groups throughout the Northeast.

David Letwin teaches Theatre History, Dramatic Structure, and Script Analysis for actors at Mason Gross.

Dave Sperling has more than 25 years of experience as director of photography for both film and video productions. His credits include more than a dozen feature films, the most recent being Girl on the Train with Ian Cusick and Stephen Lang.   

Visual Arts

Thomas Paul Raggio holds a four-year certificate from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and an MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts. Raggio has taught Art Appreciation, Color Theory, and Visual Thinking at Rutgers University. He has also lectured Abstract Expressionism, 19th-Century American Art, and participated in many programs promoting visual arts. 

Richie Call is an actor, director, and teacher. He received his MFA in acting from Rutgers. He is an assistant professor of acting at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. New York acting credits include work for American Globe Theatre and Gorilla Rep. Regional credits include work for Mile Square Theatre, Pioneer Theatre Company, Salt Lake Acting Company, Salt Lake Shakespeare, and the Old Lyric Repertory Company.

Kathleen Flynn Gavin has studied, choreographed, and professionally performed many styles of dance.

She graduated from Rutgers University with a BFA in dance and a BA in journalism. She later completed her MFA in Dance at NYU, Tisch School of the Arts. While at Tisch, she studied Pilates under Kathy Grant. 

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