Trident Booksellers & Cafe
Trident has been the home to Vagabond’s There Will Be Words: New Play Workshop Series. Since 1984, Trident has provided Bostonians with a homey bookstore feel coupled with a delicious full menu and coffee drinks. It’s a wonderful place to grab a bite, do some work, buy a few books, or even have a reading! Located at the west end of Newbury Street, you can find out more about Trident at www.tridentbookscafe.com.
Paul Cantillon, LIDEC Photo
We met Paul at our There Will Be Words reading of True Believers and since then he’s done production photos for True Believers, Burning up the Dictionary and many, many TWBWs! Paul also does headshot photography (and has for many of the actors we’ve worked with), fashion photography and event photos. LIDECphoto.com
Meron Langsner has been collaborating with Vagabond since May of 2012, when his play Burning Up the Dictionary was read at TWBW. Since then, he did the fights for Thom Dunn’s True Believers and returned to see Burning Up the Dictionary produced by VTG and nominated for an IRNE for Best New Play! VTG Artistic Director James Peter Sotis (The JPS) has directed his work for both Interim Writers and Whistler in the Dark’s Playwright Incubator, and Meron returns to Vagabond to team up with Angel Veza to create fights and movement for Supergravity and the Eleventh Dimension! His plays have been performed around the country and overseas, and he has fight directed in Boston for venues that include the ART, ArtsEmerson, New Rep, Lyric Stage, Stoneham, and Whistler in the Dark. Somewhere in the middle of all that he managed to get himself a PhD. More at meronlangsner.com
Eric has designed logos, posters and business cards for Vagabond and continues as a design consultant. His talent has been showcased in his work with companies such as MTV, Sundrop, Lacoste and General Motors. After graduating from Drexel University’s Graphic Design program, Eric has been through some twists and turns working from New York and Eastern Europe, building his portfolio along the way. He is available for freelance opportunities… and he has a cat named Pocket. Check out more of Eric Friedensohn’s work at FRIEDENSOHN.COM.