Ego Actus Advisory Council
Dennis Parichy, Lighting Designer, nominated for three Tony Awards, recipient of a Drama Desk Award
                             and an Obie Award for Lifetime Achievement
Christina Salib, Intellectual Property Attorney
Robin Carus, Casting Director at Robin Carus Casting
Jim Marlowe, Image production and presentation specialist
Karen Romer, International PR & marketing expert
Rachel Collins, Social Marketing wizard

Dennis Parichy has designed several hundred productions in the last fifty years, on Broadway (three Tony nominations, a Drama Desk Award), off- and off-off Broadway (an OBIE Award) and at regional theatres throughout the country. He was resident Lighting Designer for Circle Rep and frequently designed lighting for the Manhattan Theatre Club. He is an Associate Artist at People's Light & Theatre Co. in Philadelphia and a founding member of the Articulate Theatre Co. Recent designs include I Know What Boys Want for Ego Actus, directed by Joan Kane, The Skin of Our Teeth for Articulate Theatre, Sir John in Love for the Odyssey Opera Co. in Boston, Summer and Smoke for the Terry Schreiber Studio, and Auctioning the Ainsleys and The Cherry Orchard at People's Light and Theatre Co.  He teaches Lighting Design at Purchase College.

Christina Salib is an Of Counsel attorney for a national intellectual property law firm that serves leading global brands in media, entertainment/arts, publishing, music, technology, fashion, and the digital industries.

Robin Carus served as Casting Director for TheatreworksUSA for nine years where she cast over 200 national tours and many Off-Broadway shows. In 2008 she opened her own casting office, Robin Carus Casting. She has cast for major theatre festivals including Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, 2009 Marathon Festival at EST, Eugene O'Neill Theatre Conference, Lincoln Center Living Room Festival, NY Fringe, Like You Like It at NYMF & NAMT, regional theatre at The State Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, International productions, national tours of Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody, Clifford the Big Red Dog, and FX's Archer Live commercials, and television. Select Off-Broadway Shows Include: Aesop's Fables directed by Theodore Mann, Seussical directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge, Junie B. Jones directed by Peter Flynn, Cam Jansen directed by Gordon Greenberg, and Sarah, Plain and Tall directed by Joe Calarco, and the Ego Actus production of I Know What Boys Want at Theatre Row, directed by Joan Kane. Select other credits include: Like You Like It Cast Recording (Broadway Records), Whistler and The Case For Beauty (PBS).

Jim Marlowe is currently working as part of the management team at Corporate Audio Visual Services and enjoys exploring video as an art form. His four-screen projection for the West Orange, NJ Theatre Under the Stars production of Quadrophenia mixed stills and video to create scenery, additional action, and views of insanity. Through his company, Marlomedia, he has worked on presenting James Cameron's Expedition Bismarck in 3D HD at the National Museum of Natural History and HD backgrounds for the CBS series Hack. On the production end, Jim has managed remote shoots of As the World Turns, Paula Zahn Now for CNN, and Dave Matthews in Central Park. Jim is most proud of projecting HD shorts and an experimental 1895 sound film on a twenty foot screen at the Edison National Historical Site, the birthplace of the American film industry. Jim was the projection designer for the Ego Actus production of I Know What Boys Want at Theatre Row.

Rachel A. Collins is an actor in New York. She has worked with The Drilling Co., C.A.G.E Theater Co., The Clearing, Ego Actus, and was in the world premiere of R-Culture at IRT. Regionally, Rachel has worked with Ozark Actors Theatre and Florida Studio Theatre. She also appeared in Happy Hour Feminism as Rachel for XO Feminist Productions, and is a performing member of American Candy Sketch Comedy. As a social media consultant, she has been featured on a number of small business blogs including Open Topic and Fit Small Business, and is a Top Rated Freelancer through (formerly oDesk). For more information, visit

Skyler Kraemer is originally from New York City where he was born and raised. With Bruce Kraemer and Joan Kane serving as the producers and directors of his formative years Skyler practically grew up in museums, theaters, or backstage at one show or another. Skyler went to California to attend the University of California at Santa Barbara. He graduated with a double major in Environmental Studies and Business/Economics. After completing his bachelor's degree, he went on to become a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERô and is currently nearing completion of a Master of Science in personal finance. Skyler lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and works as a Client Advisor with Mercer Advisors where he provides comprehensive financial planning services to his clients.