Celebrated as a queer composer, countertenor, writer, pianist, music director, and livestream producer in New York City.
In 2016, the feature film option rights to their musical, Fucking Identical Twins (book and lyrics by Aaron Jackson and Josh Sharp), was bought by 20th Century Fox/Chernin Entertainment.
Their musical, Class (book and lyrics by Maria Alexandria Beech) was a 2017 finalist for the National Musical Theater Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center.
They were an alto finalist for the Grammy Award-winning vocal ensemble, Chanticleer, in 2017, and were a featured soloist on John Cameron Mitchell’s Anthem: Homunculus musical podcast (with music by Bryan Weller), alongside Patti LuPone, Glenn Close, and Cynthia Erivo.
Saint Lucy is the technical producer for Gaby Dunn’s #MakeItGay queer readings of screenplays on YouTube Live, featuring talents like Mara Wilson, Jen Richards, and Jasika Nicole.
They are the music director for Raquel Cion’s Me & Mr. Jones: My Intimate Relationship with David Bowie (nominated for “Best Alt Cabaret” in 2015 by BroadwayWorld).
They are currently writing a memoir about their experience with events surrounding the 1990 murder of Elizabeth Mackintosh at Covenant Theological Seminary, in which Saint Lucy’s father is the prime suspect.
Directorial credits include Different Stars: A Reckoning with Time, Trauma, and Circumstance; Dad In a Box, winner of the 2019 New York Innovative Theatre Award (Dixon Place, HERE, The Wild Project); STRAYS (The Brick Theater, Ars Nova’s Ant Fest); 2016 New York Innovative Theatre Award--Outstanding Original Short Script; SONS (Ars Nova’s Showgasm); Darkling (IRT Theater, CATCH SERIES); HIP (IRT Theater).
Recent projects include 2015 Broadway World “Best Alt Cabaret”-nominated Me & Mr. Jones (Philly Loves Bowie Week 2019 & 2020, Pangea, Provincetown’s Afterglow Festival); Gilding the Lonely (Joe’s Pub, Dixon Place).
Zac Selissen is a composer/producer, guitarist, arranger, and teacher whose performance of the guitar has earned him mastery of a wide range of music – from rock and avant-garde to classical and tango.
Since his 2015 arrival in NYC, he has composed and performed the music for the documentary short Extra Credit (a Matt Slutsky film), Macbeth (FoxWolf Productions) and modern dance pieces Titles Project, Skyfire, and Emic Flux (Barkin/Selissen Project).
Off-Broadway: Death for Five Voices (Prospect Theater Company), Hair: A Tribal Love Rock Musical, Gilgamesh, and Kill Sister, Kill! (FringeNYC).
With Duo Symphonious, he was awarded the CMC Shenson Award for their original adaptation of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Ballet, and the Certificate of Honor by Mayor Gavin Newsom for their performance at San Francisco City Hall.
Genevieve Chapin is a multi-instrumentalist, performer, educator, arts administrator, and native New Yorker.
Starting on electric bass at age 12, expanding to the double bass at 15, led to a bachelor’s degree in Music Performance, double bass, from Queens College.
She is currently based in Philadelphia and freelances in orchestral, musical theater, cabaret, and studio settings all over the east coast.
David Quinn is a NYC fashion and costume designer.
Originally from MI, he studied design at Interlochen and then attended the world famous FIT in New York.
His lines include David Quinn New York, Debs by David Quinn, and Quinndustry.