Resident Team


Alexander Charles Adams • Creator/Producer

Alexander Charles Adams is a dramaturg, drag queen, and sound artist. Alexander has worked with Swine Palace Regional Theatre; Outworks LGBTQ New Play Festival; and Louisiana State University's Mainstage in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and the Outburst Queer Arts Festival; Accidental Theatre; TheatreofplucK; and Belfast Pride in Northern Ireland, UK. The creation of Smash/Cut came from Alexander's fascination with radio drama for the past few years. This coincided with meeting fellow, young artists in the area searching for new opportunities to make theatre. In 2016, one google doc and three theatre artists became Smash/Cut. You can find more on Alexander at:

Mallory Osigian • Assistant Producer/Co-Writer

Mallory is a performer, writer, and comedian based in Dallas, Texas with forthcoming performances with the Dallas Shakespeare Festival. She works as a writer, performer, and dramaturg. Highlighted performance credits include Gloria Mitchell in By the Way, Meet Vera Stark; Paracultus in Dionysus of the Holocaust; Gwen in The Fifth of July; and Olympia in Big Love. As a dramaturg, Mallory has worked with Swine Palace on As You Like It and with the LSU Laboratory Season on A Midsummer Night's Dream. You can find out more on Mallory at:


Laine Farber • Assistant Producer

Laine Farber is currently attending Louisiana State University pursuing a degree in mass communication. Highlighted Theatrical Work: Hodel - Fiddler on the Roof and Marcy Park - 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee with the Strauss Theater; and Cinderella - Into the Woods. She most recently played Melanie in the LSU Laboratory Theatre season production of Admissions. Laine also works with the Komenka Ethnic Song and Dance Ensemble.


Former Residents

Caitlin Brimer • Associate Producer

Caitlin Brimer, a New Orleans-based actress and writer, is a senior at Louisiana State University studying Creative Writing and Theatre Studies. In addition to working as a voice actor in Smash/Cut, she is currently acting as Puck in the LSU Laboratory Theatre production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, as well as in films around Louisiana. She also interns with a local documentary project and writes her own screenplays and comedy sketches while not collaborating on original pieces for the podcast.


Samantha Kennedy