Xavier Rubiano is the Casting Director for The Radium Girls. He is also the Casting Apprentice for Joy Dewing Casting. Xavier has been working in casting since fall of 2011 when he started interning at Clemmons/Dewing Casting.
He is a graduate of The American Musical & Dramatic Academy where he received his BFA in Musical Theater in Los Angeles, CA. Xavier also attended Frank Sinatra School of the Arts as a Dance Major, located in Astoria, Queens.
He is also an actor and a house manager for The Public Theater. He is very excited to be a part of a company filled with such strong and positive female voices.
James McSweeney • Set Designer
James McSweeney is a freelance Scenic Designer in New York City, and has
a BFA in Design Technology with a focus in Scenic Design from Otterbein
University. In the past year he has worked with Broadway designers and
spent his time designing himself at off and off-off Broadway theaters
throughout the city. He is currently working on Rosencrantz and
Guildenstern Are Dead opening October 11th.
James is proud to be a part of the original company for TRG, and can’t
wait for their next production together. In a few years he plans to
attend graduate school and receive his MFA in Scenic Design.
Anthony Schiavo • Production Stage Manager
Anthony holds a bachelors degree in Arts Administration from Suffolk University (Boston, MA) and is a recent alumnus of The Juilliard School’s Professional Intern Program. Recent NY credits include: Cendrillon, Beyond the Machine, The Thornton Wilder Project, Skintight, Flesh and Blood, Buried Child, Our Town (Juilliard). Boston, MA: Distracted (Central Square Theater), Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day (Boston Children’s Theatre), Fire on Earth (Fresh Ink Theatre),99% Stone (The Theater Offensive), Anthony Rapp’s Without You(Royal Family Productions), King of the Schnorrers, These Seven Sicknesses, At Ease, Doctor Faustus, Anything Goes, and Forever, Briefly (SU). Since ‘07, Anthony has worked intently with the Broadway Company of The Phantom of the Opera in efforts to fundraise for the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids Charity. Huge thanks to Amanda for the opportunity and to his mentors: Craig, Abbie, Helen.
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