Phoebe BRooks (Theater Creature)
Photo © JShoots Photography
"It's the best possible time to be alive, when almost everything you thought you knew is wrong."- Arcadia Tom Stoppard
Phoebe is an actor and director originally from Yonkers, NY. She has studied acting with Daniel Cantor, Sandra Marquez and more recently Bob Krakower, Dominic Cuskern and Jessi Blue Gormezano. She currently serves as the Programming Director for Spicy Witch Productions, a repertory company focused on improving gender parity in the theater, both onstage and off. For SWP she has directed Becky Shaw, The Country Wife, COULD THIS MEETING HAVE BEEN AN EMAIL and Mary Stuart. Her work has also been seen at Dixon Place, Fringe NYC, Drawing Room Brooklyn and the Horace Mann School (her alma mater). As an actor, she has performed with Exquisite Corpse, Pipeline Theatre Co., Cradle Theatre, Rebel Theater and Adirondack Shakespeare Company. She received her B.A. in Theater and English Literature from Northwestern University just north of Chicago where she created a performance game called "Dance Telephone" which she brought home to New York in her production of Dance Telephone: Area Code 718, a collaboration between Drawing Room and Feast Productions. In her spare time, she sees a crazy amount of theater, knits and crochets crafts for her Etsy shop and composes excruciatingly hilarious puns in her twitter account.