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Our Lime Artists are volunteer staff members

that work to produce our season programming. 


Autumn Angelettie

Artistic Director, she/her

Autumn Angelettie is a theatrical director, producer, playwright, and performer from Greater Philadelphia, based in New York City. As an abolitionist, feminist theatre maker and organizer, Autumn seeks to create and produce radically transformative art in an evolving industry. Her experience and expertise lie in curating and leading creative teams composed of members of the global majority, and developing new, social justice oriented works. Autumn has been involved in the development of world premieres by NSangou Njikam (21 Strings: A Rhyme), Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi (Klytmnestra: An Epic Slam Poem, Helen Hayes Best Outstanding Original Play 2020), T.J. Lewis (blk thoughts (:you can redo?:)) and nearly a dozen other new Black theatrical productions, including her own, in the varied capacities of director, producer, playwright, and actor.


She has been honored with experiences on and offstage at the Apollo Theater, Signature Theatre NYC, Mabou Mines, Joe’s Pub, Theater Alliance, Young Playwrights’ Theater, Broadway Green Alliance, The Howard Players’ 8x10 Play Festival, Philly Young Playwrights’ Monologue Festival, Howard University, with the Broadway Advocacy Coalition, and of course, with Lime Arts Productions’ Twenty by Twenty Fringe. Autumn earned her BFA in Theatre Arts in the inaugural class of the illustrious Howard University Chadwick A. Boseman College of Fine Arts. At Howard, she served as President of the historic Howard Players, acting as Producing Artistic Director of the oldest Black student nonprofit theatre company in the US. She is honored to serve as the Artistic Director of Lime Arts Productions.

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Lo Williams

Executive Artistic Producer, she/her

Adaptable, creative, and reliable, Lo Williams is a young actor, director, producer, and playwright from Los Angeles, CA who thrives in collaborative environments and in pressurized situations. She will be based in the Chicago area beginning in the Fall of 2022.


Lo recently finished acquiring her undergraduate degree from Howard University with a B.F.A. in Theatre Arts and a concentration in Acting. She has had the opportunity to perform in The Cakewalk Series in partnership with the Lucille Lortel Theatre, as well as a featured role with the PostClassical Ensemble for their production Rediscovering Black Classical Music. She also has been involved in the world premiere of Nsangou Njikam’s 21 Strings (Howard University) and Rep Us All (Rorschach Theatre). She has most recently played in the role of Lady Macbeth for the production of Macbeth with PG County Shakespeare in the Parks in the summer of 2022. 


Lo takes pride in being an alumna of the National Theatre Institute and a Lin Manuel Miranda Family Fellow, as well as having served as a Board Member of the August Wilson Society for 2 years. Beyond work on and off the stage she is a published poet of the collection Et Cetera, works in film, is studying a variety of different languages, and is an avid reader. 


Lo seeks to make commentary and shape opinions with each piece she chooses to do. In a world of tumultuous political, religious, and social climates it is easy to forget how to feel safe. She intends to create theatre that helps us remember.  


Above all, she desires to make art that is accessible, and theatre that is true.


Gwynnevere Cristobal

Line Producer & Resident Intimacy Coordinator, she/they

Gwynnevere (she/they) is a queer, filipina theatre artist, and Bay Area native. She received her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Theatre Arts from Humboldt State University. Aside from Psychology, she has worked with Ron Burrus & Philip Charles MacKenzie at the Art of Acting Studio in LA, Dell’Arte International, Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre, Pacifica Spindrift Players, and Bindlestiff Studio in SF. Her most recent achievement was being honored as a national fellow in the Kennedy Center’s ASPIRE Arts Leadership Cohort and California Arts Council Emerging Individual Artist Fellow. In their journey with Theatrical Intimacy Education, they hope working in Intimacy Directing will integrate their advocacy and psychology background with theatre. Gwynnevere is an advocate for consent-based practices and the de-stigmatization of boundaries- both in theatre and life. It is her priority to make sure every space she is a part of strives towards justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion.


Alexis Elisa Macedo

Line Producer, she/her

Alexis Elisa Macedo (she/her) is a poet, playwright, director, and activist from California’s sunny Central Valley. As a phenomenally unapologetic Chicana, Macedo’s work uplifts and empowers the silenced and marginalized voices of BIPOC and women of all kinds. She’s a National Theatre Institute Alum (Advanced Playwright ‘20) and has a BA in Theatre Arts - Acting Emphasis from Fresno State (‘21). Macedo is a Miranda Family Fellow, the recipient of KCACTF/LORT ASPIRE Leadership Fellows Meritorious Achievement, and grants from The Bushwick Starr and The League of Women Voters of Fresno. Macedo’s originals performed for SolFest - Latinx Theatre Festival, Matchbox Theatre Co., Julia de Burgos Cultural Arts Center, and Lime Art’s Productions featured her play Red Hood(ie) in their 20By20 Fringe. Macedo is currently a semi-finalist for Concord Theatrical’s 46th Annual Samuel French OOB Short Play Festival and pursuing her certification in Chicanx/Latine Ethnic Studies in Secondary Schooling.


Nadel Henville 

Production Manager, she/they

Nadel Henville (She/they) is a producer, actor, playwright, and director that has found a deep sense of home within the stage and within the stories Theater tells. They produced Lime Arts Productions' 20 by 20 Fringe in 2022, as well as Matchbox Theater Company's Bao. They've also been a part of the Kennedy Center's American College Theater Festival, both as the National Award Recipient for ASPIRE Arts Leadership in 2021, and a semi-finalist for Irene Ryans in Region One.


Nadel has been the Assistant Program Leader for KCACTFs ASPIRE program in 2022 at the regional and national level, and has since gone on to be the Program Assistant and Company Manager for KCACTF. Their acting Credits include: Medea (Medea), Vinegar Tom (Alice), Romeo & Juliet (ASM/Mercutio), High School Musical (Ms. Darbus), Rebecca (Ms. Danvers), Almost Maine (Ginette, Gayle, Hope), and more.


They aspire to change the way stories are told, and whose stories are told, so that the experiences of the Global Majority are here and present in the American Theater scene the way it should always be. There is no other place they'd like to be than helping with Lime Arts Productions.

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Josephine Chiang 

Communications Director, they/she

Josephine Chiang is a queer Taiwanese-American actor currently based in Brooklyn, NY. They were born in Austin, Texas and grew up in Taichung, Taiwan, until they moved to California to pursue their Bachelor of Arts at the University of California, Berkeley.


Josephine grew up doing community theater, and began to pursue a career in film & television acting in 2018. Across their work, they are focused on bringing to life various aspects of the queer and Asian experience. Their past credits include I Can’t Sleep (2020), Expired Milk (2022), and So Long/ The Womb, My Home (2022). 


You can catch Josephine next in feature documentary Unfiltered: Gen Z reacts to The Chosen (2022), where they challenge Christianity’s relationship with queerness and share their winding journey with self-love and self-trust. 


You can follow along and support their work on Instagram @josephineyuting


Alexis Hayes

Technical Director, she/her

Alexis is a creative native to the DC Metropolitan area. While attending Prince George’s Community College studying theatre performance she has completed a technical theatre training program at Joe’s Movement Emporium known as CreativeWorks. Her goal is to to make ripples in the arts world and have a positive impact on those she collaborates with.


Marlen Martinez

Legal Coordinator, she/her

Marlen Marive Martinez (she/ her) is a Los Angeles born Latina attending the University of West Los Angeles School of Law. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature at California State University Northridge in 2021 and is currently in her second year of law school. Marlen has worked as an intern for the United States Federal Bankruptcy Court and at KIND, Kids In Need of Defense. When she graduates law school, Marlen hopes to use her degree to benefit under-represented communities and incorporate her passion for social justice into her practice. As a first-generation student, Marlen aspires to provide representation for all underserved communities while upholding her Cuban-Salvadoran roots.

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Roman Sanchez

Founding Artistic Director, he/him

Roman Sanchez (he/him) is a Theatre Producer, Director, Educator, and Theatre Management M.F.A candidate at Yale University. Current affiliations include: Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Artistic Office Manager), Lime Arts Productions, Theatre Workers Project (Adminstrative Consultant). Past affiliations include: Teatro Espejo (Production Coordinator), Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (Board Member), Dell'Arte Inc. (Asst. Executive Director & Resident Artist), California Arts Council (Program Specialist & Analyst), Redwood Curtain Theatre (Board Member), and Ferndale Repertory Theatre (Board Member). He is also the author of Preparing For College Theatre: A Guide For Performers, Technicians, and Designers. 

He is a Kennedy Center National Arts Impact Award recipient, Herb Alpert Theatre recipient, and was one of American Theatre's "6 Theatre Practitioners You Should Know". His artistry has been recognized with 5 North Coast Journal Best of Directing Recognitions and 4 Regional BroadwayWorld Awards. ​He has over 60 credits as a Theatre Practitioner and is a proud member of SDC. ​


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