Danielle Wirsansky was the Founding Artistic Director of White Mouse Theatre Productions from 2016-2018. She now serves as the Associate Managing Director of Lost Nation Theater in Montpelier, VT. In the past she has worked at Infinity Theatre Company and the English National Theatre of Israel. Outside of arts administration, Danielle is also a playwright/librettist. Her works have been performed both nationally and internationally, from the Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC to Rover Dramawerks in Plano, Texas to the Where We Are Now Festival in Sligo, Ireland. She is particularly passionate about using theatre as a platform for education. Danielle has a BA in Theatre, a BA in English (Creative Writing), an MA in History (WWII/the Holocaust/Public History), and a graduate certificate in Publishing & Editing from Florida State University.
Madeleine was thrilled to be a part of this exciting theatre company. She is a strong advocate for human rights and social change and thinks theatre is one of the best ways to encourage that in a community. A graduate of Florida State University, Madeleine was also the President of International Justice Mission at FSU which works in the community to combat modern day oppression. In the future, she would like to help develop theatrical curriculum to use as therapy for rescued adolescent victims of human trafficking. Previous credits include City of Light as a part of the New Horizons: Original Works Festival, Much Ado About Nothing, Cats, Hamlet, and It’s a Wonderful Life: a Live Radio Play.
Jaclyn Neidenthal was delighted to perform at the Greensboro Fringe Festival in Alarm of the People with White Mouse Productions. She recently attained a B.A. in Theatre at Florida State University. Jaclyn is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. Previous credits: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Broadway), Annie (Papermill Playhouse), The Secret Garden: World AIDS Day Benefit Concert (the Manhattan Center), City of Light (the New Horizons: Original Works Festival), and Taming of the Shrew (Anderson Theater).
Ryan Friedman was ecstatic to be presenting original and invigorating pieces of theatre focusing on WWII education through White Mouse Productions. For Ryan, having the opportunity to share these untold stories through performance was a gift. He recently graduated from Florida State University, double majoring in theatre and psychology. Ryan has been involved in previous projects such as Ghostlight, an original play by David Alford, two New Horizons Original Works Festivals at FSU, and Javert in Les Miserables. He has also had the privilege to study abroad at FSU’s Theatre Academy of London in the fall semester of 2015.