is thrilled to be a part of Keep Me Posted with the Pitch Her power women. Other film work includes Women Who Kill (Tribeca Film Festival 2016) and two recent shorts, A Consultation and Betty Chang Can't Use Chopsticks.
Upcoming: a web series about modern day, twentysomething witches. MFA, UC San Diego.
is an actor and improvisor in NYC. Hailing from the great state of New Jersey, she is very happy to no longer be bridge and tunnel. Maya trained at the UCB and Magnet theaters, studying improv and musical improv with Bobby Moynihan, Sylvia Ozols, Porter Mason, Becky Drysdale, and Christian Capozzoli, among others. She can also be seen performing musical improv with Happy Karaoke Fun Time! at the Annoyance Theater, as well as her all-Asian girl pop group AZN Pop.
Maya has also performed on Magnet house teams Atticus and Snake Eyes. When she is not doing improv, working, or catching up on Real Housewives (of all cities), she is probably getting yelled at.
Terra Mackintosh is an actor, singer and producer from Littleton, Colorado. Her acting credits include - New York: Grounded (ATTENTIONTheatre), Running Interference (Fringe Excellence in Ensemble Award), No One Asked Me (Fringe Excellence in Ensemble Award, Encore Series Selection), Somewhere Safer, The New Hopeville Comics. Regional: The Bedroom Window (world premiere), Beautiful Star and Blackbeard (Triad Stage).
She has participated in readings at The Lark, The Public, Playwrights Horizons, CBS and FOX. Television: 'Divorce', 'Smash', 'The Ordained' (CBS pilot). Film: 'A Good Marriage' by Stephen King, 'Back Home,’ ‘Reasonable Suspicion’ and ‘In Defense of Wonder.’ Education: BA in Musical Theatre from Ball State University (Honors College Diploma), International Baccalaureate Diploma, CAP21 Summer Musical Theatre Intensive and Scott Freeman Studios. www.terramackintosh.com
Television: Law & Order: CI, Divorce, The Breaks. Creator of the upcoming web-series Food & Drink Boulevard. Off-Broadway: Nollywood Dreams (by Jocelyn Bioh); Lower Ninth (by Beau Willimon)(u/s); Classic Kitchen Timer (by/dir. Adam Rapp); and American Sexy (by Trista Baldwin)(The Flea); Zoohouse (by Aurin Squire); Melanintervention (by Chisa Hutchinson)(NBT). Regional: The Brothers Size (dir. Tea Alagic)(ATL); and the titular role in Othello (dir. Michael Socrates Moran)(Ubuntu). MFA: University of California-San Diego. Thank you Hillary and Pitch Her Productions for letting me be down!
Ayiesha Alizai Sadik is an actor and improviser, originally from Karachi, Pakistan. She grew up in Potomac, Maryland and attended American University in Washington, D.C. for her BA in Economics and International Service. She then moved to Manhattan to attend New York University Stern School of Business for her MBA in Finance and International Business.
Ayiesha has loved acting and improv all her life, and has trained at New York University, Stella Adler Studio of Acting, Wynn Handman Studio, Atlantic Acting School, Upright Citizens Brigade, and more. She has acted in numerous films, web series, and commercials. Ayiesha lives in Westchester, New York with her husband, Omar, and their four sons: Adil, Kamil, Bilal, and Talal.
Matt has been seen onstage as Glad Hand in the Broadway Tour of West Side Story, and with many companies throughout NYC, including: LaMaMa Theatre, LABA Theatre, Vital Theatre, Connecticut Children’s Theatre, and Rescue Agreement. This fall, Matt is heading on the road with the children's theatre show, Hanna and the Moonlit Dress. His TV/Film credits include: various commercials, short films, feature film Love is a Broadway Hit, and several web series. Most recently, Matt became the spokesman for MUTR - a new device that mutes commercials when you're watching TV. Matt is also a writer, and his musicals have been produced in NYC and around the country. www.TheOtherMattWebster.com
Emily Shain has worked at such theaters as Chicago Shakespeare, Steppenwolf and the Guthrie. She holds a MFA from UCSD and a BFA from the University of Minnesota/ Guthrie Theater Actors Training Program. She resides in Brooklyn.
Kea Trevett is an NYC based actress, theater maker, and teaching artist. Theater credits include Othello, directed by Tyne Rafaeli at Classic Stage Company (Desdemona), the world premiere production of Antigone in the World, directed by Gregory Mosher (Ismene), and Joy, a new play written and directed by Katie Cappiello. She is currently understudying The Last Match by Anna Ziegler, opening October 24th at Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre.
Kea has collaborated on over a dozen independent film projects, most recently she was featured in The Kindergarten Teacher, written and directed by Sara Congelo and starring Maggie Gyllenhaal. Up next she looks forward to shooting Girl Talk, a short film dir. Erica Rose, and starring Hannah Hodson. Past film credits include Two Birds, dir. Caitlin Stickels, which was an official short film selection at TWIST in Seattle, NewFest in New York City, and awarded Best Short at ClexaCon in Las Vegas, the Jury Prize at NCGLFF in North Carolina, and Best Student Made Film at AGLIFF in Austin, Texas. www.keatrevett.com
Britta Whittenberg Kasprzak is a NY based actor and writer. She graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University with a BFA in Acting. She studies at Upright Citizens Brigade and Matthew Corozine Studios. Her recent credits include The Food Chain, The Shades, and the developmental lab of Spongebob Squarepants. She is thrilled to be a part of the Pitch Her Productions Team and cannot wait to see what amazing things are created moving forward. Girl Power! Much love to her family and incredible husband, Evan Kasprzak.
Amanda Lea Mason is a Brooklyn based actress originally hailing from Houston, Texas. She studied at Boston University, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), and the Upright Citizen's Brigade. Favorite Credits: The Elephant Man (Broadway and West End), Before the Orgy (Hudson Guild Theatre), Where It Feels (HERE Arts). www.amandaleamason.com