Emme Shaw, Annie McAdams and Molly Powell in The Secret Machine by Gordon Dahlquist

Sturgis Warner


Louis Moreno

Michael John Garcés

Susan Mullin

Louis Moreno (Artistic Advisor) is the Artistic Director of INTAR.  From 2008 to 2010 he served as Co-Artistic Director of Twilight Theatre Company.  Previously he was Associate Artistic Director at the Obie Award-winning Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.  He was the recipient of the Princess Grace fellowship for Directing in Theater, while serving as the Associate Artistic Director of INTAR. Recent New York directing credits include: Minotaur, a Romance by David Anzuelo (LAByrinth Theatre Company at the Public Theater); 7th Inning Stretch (Mile Square Theatre); Fresh Play Festival (Manhattan Class Company); Kingdom (NYMF); End of the Line (MCC Youth Company); Rock/Paper/Scissors by Ben Snyder (New York Hip-Hop Theater Festival at the Public Theater); The Bigger Man by Sam Marks (Partial Comfort Productions); and Blues for a Gray Sun by Nilaja Sun (INTAR).  Lou is currently in development on Rikers Hot, a Princess Grace Foundation Special Project Grant.  As an Associate Producer with The 24-Hour Company he has produced numerous shows in New York City as well as Montreal and Athens, Greece.  For the past ten years he has taught playwriting for Manhattan Theatre Club at the RNDC Youth Facility on Rikers Island.

Sturgis Warner (Artistic Director) founded Twilight Theatre Company in 1998.  For Twilight he has directed Palestine, Prelude to the First Day - Suite for Four Actors and Percussionist, All Fall Away, The Secret Machine, suits and up for air.  He has also directed productions at Kitchen Theatre Company (Ithaca, NY), New Jersey Rep, Adirondack Theatre Festival, 29th Street Rep, Barrington Stage, Actors Theatre of Louisville (Humana Festival), Abingdon Theatre Company, Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, Wings Theatre, Encore Theatre (San Francisco), Immigrant Theatre Company, Peculiar Works, among others.  A long time actor, he has worked with many playwrights developing new scripts and projects.  He is a member of New York Theatre Workshop’s Usual Suspects and is on the Artistic Cabinet of The Lark Play Development Center.

Artistic Director / Board Member


Artistic Advisor / Board Member

Artistic Advisor / Board Member

Board Member

Michael John Garcés (Artistic Advisor) is the Artistic Director of Cornerstone Theater Company in Los Angeles.  His full length play suits and his one-act up for air were both produced by Twilight Theatre Company.  Other full length plays include Los Illegals (Cornerstone), points of departure ((NTAR), and Acts of Mercy (Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre.  Short plays include tostitos (EST Marathon), on edge and ride (Humana, “Open Road Anthology”), audiovideo (The Directors Project) and sandlot ball (Mile Square).  His solo performance piece, agua ardiente, ran Off-Broadway at The American Place Theatre.  Michael’s directing credits include plays at the Humana Festival (Actors Theatre of Louisville), A Contemporary Theater, Hortford Stage, Woolly Mammoth, New York Theatre Workshop, The Children’s Theatre Company, Second Stage, Huntington Theatre Company, Yale Repertory Theatre, The Cherry Lane, The Atlantic Theater Company, and Repertorio Español.  Michael is a recipient of the Princess Grace Statue, the Alan Schneider Director Award, and a TCG/New Generations Grant.  He serves on the executive board of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and is a resident playwright at New Dramatists.