is the founding artistic director of The Builders Association and with the company has conceived and created 15 multimedia productions which have toured extensively throughout the world. Over the past 20 years she has worked with other artists as diverse as Susan Sontag, David Byrne, and The Wooster Group. As an educator she is currently developing a new Emerging Media Masters for Carnegie Mellon University in New York City, and for the past six years was the head of Graduate Directing at the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University. In 2014 she was also Visiting Lecturer and Director at the Atelier at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts. She is the co-editor of Art Matters: How the Culture Wars Changed America (NYU Press 2000) and recently co-authored a book about the company with Shannon Jackson, The Builders Association: Performance and Media in Contemporary Theater forthcoming from MIT Press in the fall of 2015.
has collaborated with The Builders as a performer and writer since the last century and has appeared in several Builders’ productions, in several countries, on several continents. Since 1988, Moe has been one of The Five Lesbian Brothers, and has received a Bessie, an OBIE and other dustable honors. She has been involved with NYC’s WOW Café since 1981 and has appeared in the work of many Way-Off-Broadway luminaries including Carmelita Tropicana, Anne Bogart, Holly Hughes, Lois Weaver, Kate Stafford, Brooke O’Harra, Half Straddle and The Ridiculous Theatrical Company, to name a few. Moe was a visiting artist instructor at Sarah Lawrence College in the Graduate Theatre department for the 2013/14 academic year. Additionally, she has lectured/taught at: U of Texas, U of Michigan, U of Exeter, SUNY New Paltz, Columbia University, Carnegie Mellon, CLAGS/CUNY Grad, Ontario College of Art and Design, Sheridan College, Notre Dame, U of Illinois, Ohio State, UMass, Wesleyan, UNC (Chapel Hill), Vassar, Dartmouth, Mount Holyoke, Harvard, NYU, CalArts, Stadium High (Tacoma), Duke, Loco-Motion Dance Theatre for Children.
is a video and interactive media designer creating unique live experiences for events, concerts, opera and theater. With The Builders Association he was set designer for Sontag: Reborn and worked on Continuous City, Jet Lag, and House/Divided as Technical Director. Recent designs include Powder Her Face (New York City Opera, Festival Opera de Quebec. Dir Jay Scheib).He has also worked and toured with Sufjan Stevens/Candystations, Big Dance Theater, Jay Scheib, Jim Findlay, Bang on a Can, Pig Iron, and Christine Jones’ Theater for One. He has taught workshops and classes at MIT, Princeton, Duke, Bennington, NYU and LIU.
is an emerging Los Angeles-based video designer and multimedia artist. Currently, he is an MFA candidate at the California Institute of the Arts, studying Video for Performance with a concentration in Integrated Media. His recent stage work includes “Paradise by Design,” directed by Martin Acosta, “Lock and Key,” choreographed by Sophia Stoller and “influentialBody,” choreographed by Andrea Gise, Kristen Smiarowski’s “Key Game” and a workshop production of “Things that Go Bump in the Night” by Katy Alexander. He acted as Associate Video Designer on The Builders Association’s “Sontag:REBORN,” and assisted on “House/Divided.” As an educator, he developed and taught a new curriculum for a two-day Processing and Arduino workshop at the California Institute of the Arts. He led several post-production classes at Downtown Community Television Center, teaching software such as After Effects, Premiere and Final Cut Pro. He’s also taught filmmaking and theatrical skills at several day camps for children ages 7–17.
Other Builders Association company members are available to participate in the workshops on an as-needed basis.