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Catherine Burns, Director

Catherine Burns is the Artistic Director of The Moth and a frequent host of the Peabody Award- winning The Moth Radio Hour. Prior to The Moth, she directed and produced independent films and television, interviewing such diverse talent as Ozzy Osbourne, Martha Stewart and Howard Stern. An accomplished fire performer, she also directed the New York City-portion of the Burning Man Festival’s Fire Conclave for three years, coordinating a 70-person fire dancing show performed in front of 50,000 people. Born and raised in Alabama, she now lives in Brooklyn with her husband and 5 year old son.




George Dawes Green, Producer

George Dawes Green created The Moth in 1997. He is the author of three highly acclaimed novels: The Caveman’s Valentine, which won an Edgar award for Best First Mystery, and was made into a motion picture starring Samuel L. Jackson; The Juror, which sold nearly three million copies worldwide and was the basis for a film starring Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore; and Ravens, which was featured on many Best Novel of the Year lists, including Publisher’s Weekly, the UK’s Daily Mirror, and Entertainment Weekly.




Bonnie Blue Edwards, Associate Producer

Bonnie Blue Edwards has been on the road in the Deep South with the Unchained tour, produced The Night of the Telephone—a sold-out run of avant-garde plays, and worked alongside award-winning actors at NYC’s historic Century Club. Edwards has also worked on a number of independent feature films. Currently, she is the director/producer of the documentary Out in Alabama, celebrating the LGBT community in her home state.




Production Consultant: Anna Becker

Audio consultation by Paul Ruest at Argot Studios

Slides and projection by Aaron Howard

Promotional video by Matthew Perry

Lighting Intern, Megan Burnham

Production Interns, Travis DeMello and Lorry Kikta

Volunteers: Naomi Gold, Tim Lopez, Katie Manion, Caitlin Migliaccio,

Sarah Moskowitz, Kate Somers, and Amy VonVett

Graphic design by Omnivore   /  Publicity by PKPR

Paintings and sketches by Louise Oliver

Featuring music by Amerigo Mackeral & the Octave Doktors,

Katy Rose McComb, and Shovels & Rope

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