Resident Team


Alexander Charles Adams • Creator/Producer

Alexander Charles Adams is an award-winning sound/radio artist, dramaturg, and drag queen currently contributing to new radio works on WHYY’s The Pulse, Night Vale Presents, CBC’s Love Me, and BBC’s Short Cuts. Over the next year, they are also developing a new radio miniseries on queer men from rural Louisiana. Alexander has worked with the Third Coast International Audio Festival, the Ragdale Foundation, Hearsay International Audio Festival, Outburst Queer Arts Festival, Swine Palace Regional Theatre, Outworks LGBTQ New Play Festival, Accidental Theatre, TheatreofplucK, and Belfast Pride. Alexander’s research interests are contemporary HIV/AIDS performance and dramaturgy of podcasting. You can find more on Alexander at:


Laine Farber • Consulting Editor

Laine Farber is the education assistant at the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation and a freelance editor and journalist based in New Orleans, Louisiana holding her BA in Mass Communication from Louisiana State University. Laine also works with the Komenka Ethnic Song and Dance Ensemble.


 Margaret Laurena Kemp • Consulting Editor

Margaret Laurena Kemp is an Assistant Professor of Theatre and Dance at UC Davis and has appeared on regional and international stages including Arena Stage, Mark Taper Forum, Yale Rep, South Coast Repertory, La Mama Theatre (Melbourne, Australia), Theatre of Changes (Athens, Greece), Red Pear Theatre (Antibes, France), and The Magnet Theatre (Cape Town, South Africa).  Within her performance practice she is questioning the how systems of scientific and social engineering manipulate voice, breath, flesh, communities and the natural world.

Former Residents

Mallory Osigian • Assistant Producer/Co-Writer

Mallory is a performer, writer, and graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts for her MA in Performance. She works as a writer, performer, and dramaturg.  You can find out more on Mallory at:

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