We want it to be new. We want it to be relevant. We want it to be potent. We want it to challenge the theatre community and ourselves to be more creative than we were yesterday through the production and development of new plays written, designed, and performed by Baltimore artists. We are Interrobang.
We are committed to...
...Fostering a core group of theatre artists who are proud to base their career in Baltimore.
...Creating high quality productions.
...Providing a rich, meaningful experience for all artists involved in a safe, professional environment.
...Providing access to all with affordable ticket prices and pay-what-you-can opportunities.
...A development process that is collaborative and grants all artists ownership over the project.
An interrobang (‽) is a punctuation mark designed to combine the question mark (?) and the exclamation point (!), indicating a mixture of query and interjection, as after a rhetorical question.​​​​​​​
Katie Hileman (Artistic Director/Co-Founder) is a Baltimore based DIY theatre-maker and dog lover. She earned her MFA in Theatre from Towson University and her BFA in Acting from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Katie has worked as a director/actor/playwright/intimacy choreographer locally and regionally with companies including The Acme Corporation, Rapid Lemon Productions, Tres Brujas Productions, Submersive Productions (company member), Venus Theatre Company, Cohesion Theatre Company, Rep Stage, Single Carrot Theatre, and more. Katie is passionate about weird new plays by, about, and for messy, ugly, contemporary women. Katie loves to knit, eat pizza, and change her hair when she feels stressed. Her original work centers around how much she hates theatre, the patriarchy, herself, and being alive. (Pronouns: she/her)
Sean McComas (Managing Director) is a theatre artist who has worked in many different capacities at theatres all over the DMV including Olney Theatre Center, Rep Stage, Everyman Theatre, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Sean received his BFA in Acting from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Sean is dedicated to deepening his connection with Baltimore City through his work with the Interrobang Theatre Company by creating and developing new work representative of the city itself. (Pronouns: he/him)
Kiirstn Pagan (Producer/Co-Founder) is a photographer, graphic designer, and theatre producer based in Baltimore, Maryland with extensive experience in marketing strategy. She is a co-founder of The Interrobang Theatre Company and has overseen all Interrobang brand identity development and marketing campaigns since its launch in 2013. She has previously worked on the in-house marketing and content creation teams at Aparagon, Enoch Pratt Free Library, Everyman Theatre, and Baltimore Center Stage. Kiirstn earned her BA in Theatre from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Learn more about Kiirstn and her work at www.kiirstnpagan.com. (Pronouns: she/her)
David Brasington (Producer/Co-Founder) has spent the last several years as an artist in the Baltimore theatre community. He has worked with various groups and on projects around the city. When he is not working with Interrobang, can be found bringing audiences into immersive, theatrical experiences with Submersive Productions. David received his BFA in Acting from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). A Maryland local, David spends his daylight hours as a project and event coordinator for Towson University where he also coordinates the Towson University Professional Leadership Program for Women. (Pronouns: he/him)
Brady Whealton (Producer/Co-Founder) (Pronouns: he/him)
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