Dev is a New York-based Director and Choreographer who grew up spending summers at The Bingham Camp. His career spans all facets of the performing arts – theatre, opera, ballet and corporate entertainment.
He began as a performer, appearing in numerous productions including Broadway’s Miss Saigon. Cats, The King & I, and Side Show. For the past 15 years, he has been a freelance director, working regionally and in New York on over 50 shows including Aladdin, Junie B. Jones, Man of La Mancha, Rent, The Full Monty and Off-Broadway’s Zanna Don’t for which he won the Lucille Lortel Award.
His passion has always been creating new work for the stage. He is excited that The Bingham Camp, which inspired so much of his own creativity, is now a home for other theatre professionals. He looks forward to sharing their work with the community in the years to come. www.devanandjanki.com
Director of New Works
Dennis Corsi is a director passionate about developing new works. He is the Creative Director of Script Match, a web app connecting playwrights and producers. Dennis is the video director at B • OUT, an LGBTQ media company, where he is directing the new television series In Pursuit. Dennis is a dramaturg for NYMF and is on their selection committee for new musicals. Select theatrical directing credits: The Commedia Cinderella (Theatre Row - winner of Off Broadway Alliance Award), The Fierce Urgency of Now (Fresh Fruit Festival - winner Outstanding Production), Gruesomely Merry Adventures (Winterfest - winner Best Director), Siren's Den (Gene Frankel), Junie B. Jones (Theatreworks USA), Dust and Ash (Samuel French OOB), and bare (Michigan State University). @corsidennis | www.denniscorsi.com
Off Broadway: Soul Doctor, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn; The Deep Throat Sex Scandal; Hells Bells - Regional credits: Big, the Musical, Hedda Gabler, Trouble, a Rock Musical - World Premier, Seussical the Musical - NYC, Nat’l Tour, Molly Sweeney, Scapino, 40 is the New 15 -World Premiere, As Thousands Cheer, The Kid From Brooklyn Los Angeles/Chicago, Death of a Salesman Los Angeles, Frost and Fire-A Dance Concert Los Angeles, LA Philharmonic Tchaikovsky Concert Los Angeles Disney Hall Maestro Alexander Mickelthwate, Gilligan’s Island, The Musical Sherwood Schwartz among others. Always Goodness. A proud member of Actor’s Equity.
Design and Marketing Associate
Rachel Kwiecinski received her BA in theatre from Saint Mary's University of Minnesota and her MA in Shakespeare from the University of Kent in Canterbury, UK. Upon returning to Chicago, she worked with Adventure Stage Chicago, as the Production Script Assistant for the world premiere musical Hazel at the Drury Lane Theater, as an educator with the WIP Training Center, with the Bingham Camp Theatre Retreat as an arts admin intern and gave a presentation at the BroadwayCon 2018. Currently, she is the Administrative Manager for the Improv Playhouse in the Chicago suburbs and the Design and Marketing Associate for Live & In Color. Rachel is also an artist, drawing and painting in her spare time.
Abigail is a New York City based director and administrator. Hailing from the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia, she has always been fascinated by the tradition of storytelling and the power that art has. She received her B.A. in Directing and Arts Management from Marymount Manhattan College. She has worked and interned with companies such as Atlantic Theatre Company, The New Group, Clubbed Thumb, and Mill Mountain Theatre. Select directing credits include: The Authorized Practitioner, Doug and Ava Say 'I Love You', Back Bog Beast Bait, Shivaree, Abroad, and At Home.