Debra Beaver Bauer
Ms. Bauer began her theatrical career as a Performer, Creator, Designer and Writer for The Angels of Light – an outrageous socio-political theatre company that created extravagantly original musical productions that took the San Francisco Bay Area by storm in the 1970’s. As a Costume Designer she has seen her work grace the stages of The Bay Area, Washington DC and New York City. She designed her first Circus in Tokyo featuring members of The Moscow Circus. For eight seasons she designed costumes for The Brian Boitano Skating Spectacular on NBC. Beaver was once again seduced by the circus when in 2000 she became the Resident Designer at Teatro ZinZanni in San Francisco and Palazzo in Berlin. "Putas Asesinas" marks her second collaboration with Third Cloud from the Left, having designed the costumes for their inaugural production, "The Mariner."
Menu Designer and Chef
Having been raised in kitchens on the bayous of Louisiana, cooking is in chef Zach Taylor’s soul. He moved from the south to New York City and after 10 years and stints in entertainment, real estate and fashion, Zach naturally returned to his heart – he uprooted to San Francisco (a city that he considers “a happy medium between The Big Easy and The City That Never Sleeps”) to begin a formal culinary education in one of the best food locations in the country. Zach combines his flare for entertainment and creativity with his deep southern origins to explore world cuisines and fresh California ingredients. For three years, he has worked as a private chef, hosted pop-up dinners, catered dinner and cocktail parties, and is excited to work with Third Cloud from the Left on their third collaboration.
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Becky Robinson-Leviton began choreographing at a very young age, making up dances in her parents' garage and setting them on her baby sisters. Graduating with a BA in Dance from CSULB, Becky choreographed-produced the original piece Push to Start as a participant in RAW (Resident Artist Workshop) at SAFEhouse Arts in 2015 and choreographed the ballroom scene in WePlayers' rendition of Romeo and Juliet in 2016. Becky also provides individualized coaching on embodied stage presence and physical performance to Bay Area artists. She is currently working on launching a new dance-theater company with collaborator, Hannah Westbrook, and will be premiering their inaugural piece, Limits, in the Spring of 2017.
Steven Bolinger is a multi-instrumentalist and composer steeped in rock 'n' roll culture living in San Francisco. He has a penchant for The Metal™, progressive rock and electronica/dance music, and on occasion, a good melody. Steven is a member of the band THïTH, as well as guest guitarist for The Ethel Merman Experience. He has contributed his talents to multiple Thrillpeddlers productions, as well as to musical productions by D'Arcy Drollinger ("Above and Beyond the Valley of the Ultra-Showgirls"), and Peaches Christ Productions ("Showgirls: The Musical"). He previously composed the music for the Third Cloud from the Left production of "The Mariner".
More music can be found at : https://stevenbolinger.bandcamp.com/