Becky Byers

Creative Partners

Becky Byers
Creative Partner

Heather Cohn
Founding Creative Partner, Producing Director

Sol Crespo
Creative Partner

Emily Hartford
Creative Partner

Rachael Hip-Flores
Creative Partner

Will Lowry
Creative Partner

Kelly O’Donnell
Founding Creative Partner

Lori Elizabeth Parquet
Creative Partner

Kia Rogers
Creative Partner

August Schulenburg
Founding Creative Partner

Alisha Spielmann
Creative Partner

Isaiah Tanenbaum
Marketing Director

Chinaza Uche
Creative Partner

Creative Partner Emeritus:
Tiffany Clementi
Jason Paradine

Becky Byers

Becky Byers

With Flux, Becky has portrayed a semi-feral seventeen-year-old in Dog Act by Liz Duffy Adams and a lovesick crimefighter in Hearts Like Fists by Adam Szymkowicz. Both productions have earned her NYIT nominations: Outstanding Featured Actress for Dog Act and Outstanding Lead Actress for Hearts Like Fists. Additionally, she has participated in various Have Another’s and in the Food: Soul of Liz Duffy Adams’ Wet, or Isabella the Pirate Queen Reaches the Horse Latitudes.

Outside of Flux, Becky has appeared in various Regional, Off-Broadway, and Off-Off-Broadway shows. Recent productions include: The Contemporary American Theatre Festival’s A Discourse on the Wonders of the Invisible World (Rebekkah); Vampire Cowboys’ Geek! (Honey); Gideon Productions’ Advance Man (NYIT award winner for Outstanding Production of a Play) and Blast Radius (Ronnie); Retro Productions’ The Runner Stumbles (Louise) co-produced with The Bleecker Company, A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Joe), and Dear Ruth (Miriam); and Piper McKenzie’s Craven Monkey and the Mountain of Fury (Air Minion/Monkey) and Willy Nilly (Cass/Choreographer—NYC Fringe).

She has also participated in various readings at Playwright’s Horizons, Women’s Project, the Lark, Samuel French, HB Studios, and New York Comic Con.

Film productions include: Derelict Films’ Play Hooky and Play Hooky II (Megan), Guy In His Basement Productions’ Go Scratch (Kelly) and The Caddywhompus Years (Melody), The Electric Mess’ She Has a Funny Walk.

Becky is honored to be a 2010 NYTheatre.com Person of the Year. Check her out at beckybyers.net!

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