The Clockmakers

Elizabeth Seldin

Artistic Director

and

Chief Content Creator

Elizabeth Seldin  has been working in the theater since before she can remember.  Having grown up at The Hangar Theatre Next Generation program her education has included: BA Drama Ithaca College, Circle In The Square (NYC) Musical Theater Summer Program, The Eugene O'Neil National Theater Institute,  and the St. Petersburg State Theater Arts Academy in Russia.  She has produced readings of her work in NYC, London at The Orange Tree Theater as well as in Connecticut and Ithaca, NY.  Most recently she has performed her one woman show "Et Le Lion"  Off-Broadway at "Theatre Row" in NYC.  "What Haunts You" made its world debut at The Kitchen Theatre in Ithaca, NY which she both wrote and performed in.  Elizabeth has been creating devised work and wearing different hats as she bands together with incredible artists to bring stories about trauma and love to the stage in many different ways. Most of her work includes music and movement as well as a play with that which is intangible. She is incredibly grateful to all the artists she gets the gift of working with. 

Evie Hammer-Lester

Associate Artistic Director

and 

Director of New Works

EVIE HAMMER-LESTER (Directer) came to Ithaca as a Kitchen Theatre Artistic Fellow in 2015. She has worked in Ithaca, Endicott, Auburn, and NYC as an assistant director and choreographer. Most recently she had the pleasure to choreograph the Hangar Theatre's A Christmas Carol for the third year. Recent credits include Et le Lion and The Light Experiment with Clockmaker Arts (director), A Case for the Classics with Fitz and Startz (choreographer), and Precious Nonsense with the Kitchen Theatre and the Auburn Public Theatre (associate choreographer).

Tyler Gardella

Founding/Core Member

and 

Interview Host of Clockmakers Speak Podcast

Tyler Gardella. School: Interlochen Arts Academy, Ithaca College. Former company member at The Flea Theater, NYC. Flea credits include: Romeo & Juliet (The Shakes), Mercy Medical Center (#serials), The Mysteries (Drama Desk). Ithaca Shakespeare Company: Macbeth. TV/Webseries include: "The Good Wife," "Hack My Life," "Swipe Left," and "Fakers." Music Videos: “Your Best American Girl” by Mitski, “Sleeps Well on Knives” by Inspired & the Sleep, and “Jab” by Billy Dean Thomas. Film: “Asphalt, Muscle & Bones,” “Drive,” “In the Shadows,” and "Last Ferry.” Tyler debuted the role Thomas in the world premier of What Haunts You at The Kitchen Theatre in December 2019. He is a founding company member of Clockmaker Productions and thrilled to be a part of the company's first international collaboration.

Carley Robinson

Core Actor and Board Member

Carley Robinson (Girl/What Haunts You) is so excited to be in her first show with Clockmaker Arts! She is a graduating senior at Cornell studying Human Development, Theatre, and Education. You may know her from her performances in Cornell PMA Productions (The Next Storm, Awakening of Spring, Mr. Burns) or from her work with Civic Ensemble. Carley would like to thank Elizabeth, Evie, and this amazing cast for this opportunity. All love!

The Clockmakers

Victory Chappotin

Liam

What If, In A Snowstorm

Segnon

Music Producer

Nathaniel Jackson

Dax

Who is Patrick

TINY CLOCKMAKERS: GIAC Jumpers 

Aaliyah Jackson

Zayden Allen-Colvin

Zayana Allen-Colvin

LaRay Bratton

Ms. Jacqueline Greene

GIAC Teacher

Ms. Candice Wade

GIAC Teacher

PAST CLOCKMAKERS

Adam Stanišić Stålhammar

Thomas

International Virtual Performance

of

What Haunts You

Sylvie Yntema

Eos

International Virtual Performance

of

What Haunts You

Muireann Ní Raghallaigh

Mary

International Virtual Performance

of

What Haunts You

CLOCKMAKER ARTS