The TRUF



Jackie Honeybourne

Jacquelyn Honeybourne (director) is a graduate of Washington University in Saint Louis with a BA in Theatre and Biology. She is a director of reimagined classics and new works in New York City. Some of her most recent directing credits include: Calamity Jane Battles the Horrible Hoopsnakes, Casina (Adaptor/Director), Phaedra (Adaptor/Director), Paradise, Li’l Heroes, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Paradise: A One Woman Show (UK), and The War Zone is My Bed: A One Woman Show (UK).

 

 

Justin Lauro (director/actor) is a classically trained actor, having studied at the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School and International Theater Workshop in Amsterdam. HeJustin Lauro served as assistant director to acclaimed Dutch director and Brecht scholar Paul Binnerts for NYU's Main Stage production of Bertolt Brecht's Man is Man, later performing in a revival of the production at the HERE Arts Center in downtown New York. Justin adapted Carol Churchill's teleplay The After-Dinner Joke for the stage and directed its US premiere at the Barrow Group Theater. A certified actor-combatant with the SAFD, Justin has worked as an assistant fight director at the Atlantic Theater Company and fight choreographer at New York Renaissance Faire and Fort Tryon Park Medieval Festival. Other acting credits include Twelfth NightOur Country's Good, and 15-Minute Hamlet. He attended New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, where he graduated with a B.F.A. in theater.