Steven Brandon (Director/Writer/Producer)
Hailing from Australia, Steven was a successful theatre producer in Sydney, starring in and directing productions of I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, A Funny Thing Happened… Forum and Urinetown: The Musical. Steven also produced productions of Rent, Lend Me A Tenor, Closer, and Noises Off. Then Steven moved to Los Angeles to pursue sitcom writing and he and his writing partner sold a single-camera comedy pilot titled “Single Girl Theory” to ABC Family and were staffed on the CBS sitcom “Friend Me”. Steven co-wrote and produced Shame of Thrones: The Musical which debuted in LA in 2017 and then moved Off-Broadway. Steven directed the original Lost: The Musical in 2014 and is thrilled to go back to the island once again.

Steven Christopher Parker (Writer/Producer/Tech Director)
A veteran actor, writer and producer hailing from Colorado, Steven has credits in a slew of hit movies including “Juno”, “Rebound”, “Blades of Glory” and “Little Miss Sunshine”. He’s also had substantial roles on primetime TV such as “ER”,” Rizzoli and Isles”, “Fish Hooks”, “90210”, and PBS’s “Mercy Street” along with countless national commercials. He had the pleasure of directing, co-writing and producing the Los Angeles, San Diego and Off-Broadway runs of Shame of Thrones: The Musical. Steven co-wrote and produced the original Lost: The Musical. Currently he works as the managing director of the Whitefire Theatre’s musical theatre company.

Amanda Thomas (Musical Director)
Amanda Thomas began bossing people around musically in seventh grade, at which time she convinced the high school choir teacher to let her join. Since then, Amanda has gone on to earn a degree in Music Education and now has students of her own. Though Amanda has performed in various productions including Oklahoma!and The Wizard of Oz, this is her first time working as Vocal Director for a musical. Based on the incredible experience of working on Lost: The Musical, it will not be the last!

Carli Lind (Choroepgrapher)
Carli began her stage journey at a young age dancing at the Ohio Theatre with the company Ballet Met Columbus. She holds state and regional titles in the competitive gymnastics world performing routines under Olympic choreographer Dominic Zito and has also worked with Cheer Extreme, a multi world winning cheerleading team. As her athletic path ended, Carli went on to study theatre arts at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. She was lucky to have the opportunity to shadow under the schools Dance and Movement Professors for college productions. After college Carli went on to spend years serving as an assistant director, stage manager and producer of the original comedy play Percy Late Night. Having been in LA shy under 3 years, you can catch Carli performing monthly with her sketch comedy team at the Pack Theater, dancing at the Playground and teaching yoga. 

Rachael Stein (Producer)
Rachael recently made her directorial debut at The Whitefire Theatre with Shame of Thrones: The Musical. Rachael’s favorite past projects include Hair, In The Heights and Titanic: The Musical