David Sepulveda may best be known to audiences as an arts and culture contributing reporter to New Haven Independent. Having taught fine art in the Stamford Public School system for 36 years, it was there that he had an opportunity to not only teach art, but to engage collaboratively with music and theatre departments during annual and periodic theatre productions as a set painter and designer. Recently, David was the set designer at the International Arts and Ideas Festival's world premiere of An Electric Chair, written and performed by Toto Kisaku. Past credits include: Gidion’s Knot, This is Modern Art, The Mountaintop, Milk Like Sugar, Topdog/Underdog and Sunset Baby as well as many productions with Bregamos Community Theater, Long Wharf Theater, and the Atlanta Black Theater Festival.
Carol Koumbaros has been involved in costuming for 18+ years. Credits include Topdog/Underdog (CCT), Milk Like Sugar (CCT), productions with Elm Shakespeare, Yale Opera, Southern Connecticut University Thomaston Opera House, Center Stage Theatre, Seven Angels Theatre, Broadway Boot Camp, Pantochino Productions and DTC. Carol also has volunteered her talents working with students costuming the annual musicals produced at Shelton High School.
Jamie Burnett is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University in Theater Production Design. His Connecticut area resume includes Resident Lighting and Set Designer (Elm Shakespeare Company) and tenure as Master Electrician (Long Wharf Theatre). He is a consultant, designer, special event planner, and film/video gaffer as well as a licensed electrical contractor. Recent credits (selected): Sunset Baby, Topdog/Underdog, The Mountaintop, Milk Like Sugar, This is Modern Art, We are Proud to Present…, and Abyss (Yale). He was Producer/ Lighting Designer/Production Manager for Terra Continuum (1999), Terra Lumina (2001), Terra Mirabila (2005), and Terra Tractus (2014). In 2005, he was the recipient of the New Haven Arts Award.