Meet our Two New Co-Marketing Directors, (left to right) Isabella Frisolli & Natalie Zutter! 

Isabella
Hometown: Natick, Massachusetts. TFT Credit(s): Asst. Costume Designer (The Fall 2011 Season: Bedspread & Firework). Isabella is a senior at Fordham University. While majoring in English, she actively explores the many wonders the theatrical and cinematic arts have to offer. At Fordham, she has performed in T.O.P.’s (Theatrical Outreach Program) productions of The Importance of Being Earnest, The Crucible, Tartuffe, along with a selection of student directed short films. Isabella has also filled the post of production assistant for several student produced/directed films and webisodes. She is in the midst of writing a play of her own making and co-writing a short screenplay with one of her dear friends; both are of the comic persuasion.


Natalie
Hometown: San Rafael, California. TFT Credit(s): Playwright (Drinks/ The Sincerest Form). Natalie is a playwright, pop culture blogger, and aspiring comic book writer who returned to the city of her birth to attend NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Her concentration from Gallatin is Serialized Storytelling and Internet Culture, which means her work draws from influences as disparate as Nietzsche and Joss Whedon. Playwright credits include Twits (Gallatin Theatre Troupe), Osawatomie, Kansas (Gallatin Arts Festival/dir. Amara Dieter), and Spock Nudes (Tip My Cup’s 24-Hour Theater Festival/dir. Gamaliel Valle Rosa). By day, Natalie’s the Associate Editor at celebrity/entertainment site Crushable and a contributor for the sci-fi/fantasy blog Tor.com. She also co-writes the webcomic Leftovers, a weekly horror-comedy about a ragtag NYC food truck crew battling zombies and bringing food to apocalypse survivors. She has interned with the New York Neo Futurists and oversaw the social media outreach for the Lucrece Project’s multimedia performance Prometheus [Mediated]. Natalie is working on a new play about fandom, drawing on her experiences in early-’00s cult fandoms that brought their TV shows back. Follow her on Twitter and Tumblr!



We are THRILLED to welcome these ladies to the team! Team TFT is about to (Rev. Run voice) “BLOW UP!!!”

Meet our Two New Co-Marketing Directors, (left to right) Isabella Frisolli & Natalie Zutter!

Isabella
Hometown: Natick, Massachusetts. TFT Credit(s): Asst. Costume Designer (The Fall 2011 Season: Bedspread & Firework). Isabella is a senior at Fordham University. While majoring in English, she actively explores the many wonders the theatrical and cinematic arts have to offer. At Fordham, she has performed in T.O.P.’s (Theatrical Outreach Program) productions of The Importance of Being Earnest, The Crucible, Tartuffe, along with a selection of student directed short films. Isabella has also filled the post of production assistant for several student produced/directed films and webisodes. She is in the midst of writing a play of her own making and co-writing a short screenplay with one of her dear friends; both are of the comic persuasion.


Natalie
Hometown: San Rafael, California. TFT Credit(s): Playwright (Drinks/ The Sincerest Form). Natalie is a playwright, pop culture blogger, and aspiring comic book writer who returned to the city of her birth to attend NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Her concentration from Gallatin is Serialized Storytelling and Internet Culture, which means her work draws from influences as disparate as Nietzsche and Joss Whedon. Playwright credits include Twits (Gallatin Theatre Troupe), Osawatomie, Kansas (Gallatin Arts Festival/dir. Amara Dieter), and Spock Nudes (Tip My Cup’s 24-Hour Theater Festival/dir. Gamaliel Valle Rosa). By day, Natalie’s the Associate Editor at celebrity/entertainment site Crushable and a contributor for the sci-fi/fantasy blog Tor.com. She also co-writes the webcomic Leftovers, a weekly horror-comedy about a ragtag NYC food truck crew battling zombies and bringing food to apocalypse survivors. She has interned with the New York Neo Futurists and oversaw the social media outreach for the Lucrece Project’s multimedia performance Prometheus [Mediated]. Natalie is working on a new play about fandom, drawing on her experiences in early-’00s cult fandoms that brought their TV shows back. Follow her on Twitter and Tumblr!

We are THRILLED to welcome these ladies to the team! Team TFT is about to (Rev. Run voice) “BLOW UP!!!”

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