So many people have given generously of their time and talents to make this show happen. In more or less chronological order, thanks to:

Chris Griffin, hardest working drag queen in show business! Every year, Chris organizes Hope Operas, the charity fund-raising event where R.U.X. got its start. Hope Operas is D.C. area actors, directors, playwrights, and stage managers donating their time and talent to raise money for worthy causes. They do this by putting on 5 new plays every fall! Read more here.

Photographer Jason Horowitz took the cast photos that we’re using to promote the show. His fine art images of drag queens, food, flowers, and body parts can be seen at here.

Fellow playwright Michael Merino, who is serving as co-producer for the Fringe production of R.U.X. His contributions include (but are not limited to) marketing, script-revision advice, communication strategy, an intimate knowledge of all things Fringe-y (he’s produced two of his own plays at past Fringes), moral support, and expert mixology. Michael’s  play, Hemispheric Dysfunctionalism & the Cortical Titanic, will be staged this fall–details here.

Writer and graphic designer Michael Stone Johnson created the corporate logos that appear in our ads… and in the show itself! He also found the font used in all our marketing material, made the banner ads used on this site, and served as consultant on other visual elements for the show. See more of his work here.


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