DANIEL CORRAL is a composer and multi-instrumentalist born and raised in Eagle River, AK. Currently residing in Los Angeles, his recent projects have involved chamber music, puppetry, an orchestra riding a ferris wheel, giant music boxes, film, theater, dance, and much more. In 2007 he received his MFA from CalArts, where his teachers included James Tenney, Morton Subotnick, and Anne LeBaron. He recieved his BM from the University of Puget Sound in 2004.

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CAITLIN LAINOFF is an LA based scene and production designer and puppetry artist who received her MFA from CalArts. She has designed for theater, opera, television and film, from LA to Philadelphia. She currently teaches at CSU Northridge and heads the puppetry program for the Community Arts Partnership. The puppet opera she created, Le Petit Macabre, premiered at the Great Small Works International Toy Theater Festival and went on to the Santa Monica Museum of Art. Grace, or the Art of Climbing, a world premiere she designed with the Nice People Theatre Company, recently received a Barrymore nomination for best new play.

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Catherine Strecker is a puppeteer, performance artist and the founder of Open Spaces Theatre, a group dedicated to deeper understanding through theatre... and also fun puppet workshops. She is a graduate of California Institute of the Arts (Cal-Arts) Theatre School. She has performed as an actor and puppeteer in numerous live theatre shows, commercials, television and music videos.