Jennifer Hoyt Tidwell is a collaborative artist, performer, and playwright. She cofounded theater company PEP (Performers Exchange Project), CLAW (Charlottesville Lady Arm Wrestlers), CLAW USA (Collective of Lady Arm Wrestlers), and Assembly (a former artists salon at the Bridge). Before the cofoundings, she performed frequently at Live Arts and with physical theater company Foolery. She studied theater at Northwestern University, English Literature at the University of Virginia, and is currently pursuing her MFA in Playwriting at Hollins University.
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Marianne Kubik is a physical theater artist and instructor, with a focus on direction, choreography and coaching. She heads the movement component for the Department of Drama and serves as a resident artist for its production season. Previously, she headed the movement division for the University of Kansas Department of Theatre and Film, and she served on the faculties of Boston University and Emerson College. She is a Certified Instructor of Stage Combat with the Society of American Fight Directors (SAFD), a U.Va. Mead Honored Faculty member, and past-Treasurer for the Association of Theatre Movement Educators.