William Steinberger (artistic director) is a director and dramaturg. He is Artistic Director of InVersion Theatre, where he has directed Amiri Baraka’sDutchman; a site-specific production of Strindberg’s Miss Julie; Shepard/Beckett, an evening of intertwined plays by these two authors; and Caryl Churchill’s Owners. Will has directed readings at Berkshire Theatre Festival, the Wilma Theater, New City Stage, Painted Bride and the University of Pennsylvania. He has assistant directed for David Auburn, Blanka Zizka, Robert O’Hara and Richard Hamburger. For several years, Will worked on the artistic staff of the Wilma Theater, where he dramaturged Shepard’s Curse of the Starving Class and Leslye Headland’s Assistance. He has also worked with New York Theatre Workshop and Passage Theatre in Trenton, where he dramaturged William Mastrosimone’s Tamer of Horses. Will is a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Director’s Lab.

Marc LeMay (composer, sound designer) is a composer, musician, and sound designer currently pursuing a PhD in Music Composition at the University of Pennsylvania. He comes to Philadelphia via Ann Arbor, where he earned a Master’s in Composition at the University of Michigan, and his home town of Birmingham, Alabama, where he first became active in both the music and theatre scenes. 
Marc's music is visceral, sensual, and playful by turns, always seeking to balance eclecticism and irony with spirituality and sincerity. His concert music, including works for voice, solo cello and saxophone, chamber ensemble, chamber orchestra, and electroacoustic forces, has been performed throughout the United States, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Ann Arbor, and Birmingham. He also specializes in collaborative projects, having written music and designed sound for numerous theatre, film, and dance pieces, and arranged orchestral parts for pop albums and jazz ensembles.
Since moving to Philly in 2013, Marc has worked with InVersion Theatre and New City Theatre, and looks forward to many more collaborations to come. Find out more at:

Jonathan Chen (software developer) is a software developer and musician, born and raised near Philadelphia, currently living in Ashburn, Virginia. He studied at the University of Pennsylvania ('14) and earned a bachelor's degree in computer science and music. He has since collaborated on artistic projects with UPenn's Excelano Project, Penn Glee Club, Front Row Theater Company, Quadramics Theater Company, and Penn Singers as a cellist, pianist, and singer. Jonathan is very excited to be contributing to this project and looks forward to creating a very unique listening experience!

Johnny Lloyd (producer) is the producing director for InVersion Theatre and has been the producer of InVersion's past four shows. Previously, Johnny was chair of iNtuitons Experimental Theatre Company. A former Allen Lee Hughes Fellow at Arena Stage, Johnny is currently Assistant Company Manager for Motown the Musical on Broadway. 

Rebecca LeVine (dramaturg) has worked with InVersion since 2012, dramaturging Miss Julie, Shepard/Beckett, and Owners, and she is thrilled to be back at work with Mirroring Sky. In 2013, she assisted in curating and producing After the Show, a symposium on the future of experimental theater, at CUNY’s Martin E. Segal Center. She has also dramaturged and directed for Brooklyn’s Ugly Rhino Productions, and written and directed for the University of Pennsylvania’s Alternative Theater Festival. She holds a Master of Arts in Performance Studies from NYU’s Tisch School, where she concentrated on photography and the performance of mourning and theater as labor versus theater as enchantment.