Libby Emmons (Libby in Puff Puff)is a playwright and theater maker. Her plays include “Animal/Animal,” (Best Short Plays 2013, Smith & Krause), “The Worm Turns at the Fort Peck Hotel,” (New York Theater Review 2009), Puff Puff (Festival of the Offensive, NYC 2014), Zeropia (Clubbed Thumb Biennial Commission 2009). Curator of Sticky ( for info), graduate of Sarah Lawrence College & Columbia University, blogs the story of her life at

Ali Ayala (Ali in Puff Puff) director and co-producer of Sticky, has been unsuccessfully trying to offend Libby for the past ten years, collaborating with her for both Sticky and longer form work, including Radio Mara Mara, FringeNYC, 2013; I am Not an Allegory (these are people i know), Bowery Poetry Club, 2011; Connie in Detroit, Bowery Poetry Club and TARTE Festival, 2010; The Sustainable Future, Galapagos Art Space, 2006.

Michael Domitrovich (director) NY credits: Worship and Mariquitas, by Eduardo Machado, and his own play Lotus Feet, all at Theater for the New City. Also, DR2, 59E59, EST, Galapagos, La Mama ETC. International: Two bilingual plays in Bonnieux, France. He is a frequent contributor to Blue Box World’s Sticky series, as writer, director and actor. He is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

Brad Rothbart (dramaturg) was an original member of The Alchemical Theater- Seattle, worked extensively with The Living Theater, co-founded Mobility Junction and RAT Conferences. As an activist, he has been involved in causes as disparate as disability rights, women’s rights, gay & lesbian rights, environmental causes, ending nuclear testing, anti-capital punishment and anti-war movements. He created and curated the reading series Underground Voices: from the Marginalized to the Transgressive, at Theatre Double, and co-founded Invisible Cities, both Philadelphia, PA. He worked on Lisa D’Amour’s Anna Bella Eeema, 4+4 Days of Motion’s The Filmanent Cycle, and was resident dramaturg at INTAR (2001). He is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and Stanford University. Currently, Mr. Rothbart is proud to serve as Libby Emmons’ dramaturg.


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