Alex Hewett

Alex Hewett is an actor, psychotherapist, teacher, writer, storyteller, mother and creative soul residing in Baltimore. Last year she performed in two different Off-Broadway productions: On the Rocks with Mickey and Minnie, at the Manhattan Rep Theatre, and in Runneth Over, a production of the NYC Playwrights, Short Play Lab. In Baltimore, at the Strand Theater she performed in Graveyard Bride a slightly scripted, mostly improvised performance piece she wrote and developed. She has performed at various stages in Baltimore, The DC Fringe Festival, at the Kennedy Center’s Page to Stage Festival. Alex has appeared in a various local indie and feature films including Jebediah, Indian Summer, Partner’s in Crime, Bump and The Red Headed Menace. She has told stories for Baltimore’s Stoop Stories and The Story League in DC. The story told most recently at the multimedia show Bedlam inspired ideas for the video presented at the Transmodern Festival.

Alex has a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Loyola University in Baltimore and works as a therapist in a private psychology practice. She is also she runs theater/improv classes at Sheppard Pratt Hospital. She teaches drama classes to children at Fell’s Point Corner Theater. She is a narrator at The Maryland Library for the Blind. She practices yoga regularly to keep balanced. You can read her blog at


Sam Shea


Sam Shea is a member of the Copycat Theater, a performance artist, organizer, video artist and actor. Recently, he began organizing a quarterly show called Boombala, which showcases local video artists. Other endeavors include filming a forest soap opera, concentrated on mask-making and acting. He hopes to collaborate with you someday. More information at:


Kelley Bell



Carrie Fucile

Carrie Fucile is an artist who works in a wide range of media, including sound, sculpture, video, installation, photography, and performance. With these means, she is constantly exploring the metaphors of the body. Recent exhibitions include the Governors Island Art Fair, New York, NY; Mascara at the Metropolitan Center for the Visual Arts, Rockville, MD; and FORCE at Current Gallery, Baltimore, MD. During the summer of 2012 she will present a solo show, entitled Subtext, at School 33 Art Center in Baltimore, MD. She is a semi-finalist for the 2012 Janet and Walter Sondheim Prize.

Fucile was born in Baltimore, and recently returned to live and work in the city where she was born. She received her BA from Dartmouth College in 1999 and her MFA from Brooklyn College, the City University of New York in 2006. She teaches digital art at Towson University.



Video Installation by Carrie Fucile and Alexandra Hewett


Rachael London

Rachael London is a multi-media artist and curious native Baltimorean.



Alley Oooops

In the Alley between Franklin and Saratoga Streets


Ode to Confluence: Cement, Plastic and Pipes

There was a time when a person could get a drink of clean water from the Jones Falls River: the river that flows beneath our cars as we rush to get to the next place we need to be to make more money to buy more things to acquire more debt. I offer a requiem for the abundance of clean water in this city, in this country and in this world. (Ada Pinkston)



The Shedding Room

The Shedding Room unites the physical and emotional acts of separation, letting go, making way for regeneration.  Here, a path to emotional freedom is physically manifested and celebrated. Tiffany Black: The Shedding Room


Tiffany Black

Tiffany Black makes in effort to meet life honestly. She studies and practices community arts in different parts of Baltimore city.  Her community/public practice includes mural projects and working with middle schoolers in Park Heights; her private practice includes explorations in mark-making, physicality, language, folk music, image. Tiffany Black