Becky Potter (she/her/hers) is a theatre artist who has served as a teacher, director, actor, dramaturg, and writer. Becky has a B.A. in Drama from UC Irvine and an M.A. in Drama from San Francisco State University. She served on the theatre faculty at Oakland School for the Arts for a decade teaching and directing middle and high school students. She is currently an ensemble member at B8 Theatre Company. Becky has two daughters, ages 5 and 2, and they provide plenty of drama on their own.

Be sure to check out Becky’s blog at But Mr. Adams!

Yvonne de Salle (she/her/hers) is the founder of Sing at Home Mom. A singer-actor at heart, she has turned her attentions towards raising her two daughters who are sure as hell more driven and talented than she has ever been or will ever hope to be. She has performed professionally for over 15 years, treading boards across the country before planting roots in the Hudson Valley of New York. A proud Filipino-American, Yvonne is currently writing a play set in Manila during the 1970’s era. Mabuhay!

Laura Bengs

Laura Bengs (she/her/hers) is a theater educator and freelance writer in the midwest. After directing for 14 years, she shifted her balance to include less teaching and more writing, freeing up time with her three joys: a son (5) and two daughters (3 and 8 months). Favorite current activities include puppet creation (and play), costumed dance parties, and crafting (yes, these theater genes are very strong). Her work has appeared in Milwaukee Magazine and She is the author of genAnew .

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Laura Bengs

Cindy Marie Jenkins (she/her/hers) writes, consults, parents, and edits — sometimes at the same time. She just moved back to the US after spending two years in Beijing, where she was Deputy Managing Editor at Jingkids International (formerly Beijingkids), covering everything from relocation to COVID-19 protocols and parenting as an expat. She grew up in the theatre and graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, so of course, she now works at the intersection of parenting, pop culture, work, and technology. Cindy also runs workshops in arts marketing and personal branding as well as how to “Make it Work as a Work-at-Home-Parent”, and her WAHP book will be available in 2022.

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Alexandra Devin (she/her) is a licensed creative arts psychotherapist and a registered drama therapist.  She began her professional life in NYC as a performing artist, and is now a private and therapeutic artist living in Beacon, NY, continuing to work with the mediums of theatre, film/video, writing, art, music, and movement.  She brings her identity as a female feminist, mother, and activist to her work.

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