Airline Miles
Directed by Peter Connor

Production team

Peter Connor (Director).  I am very happy and excited to be working with Hank, the writer of Airline Miles as well as this cast and crew.  I will be directing No Stopping, No Warping, No Dying at the Chicago Fringe Festival 2012.  Performances of  No Stopping, No Warping, No Dying will be at the end of Aug and early Sept.  Recent productions have been assistant director and dramaturg for A Touch of the Poet, produced by the Artistic Home.  Director of Last Dance, part of the Cut to the Chase Festival.   Assistant director and dramaturg for Copperhead, produced by the City Lit Theater.
Anthony Lombard (Stage Manager). Anthony recently graduated from Full Sail University with a Bachelors Degree in Enterainment Business and will be attending Columbia college in fall to continue his education. Most recently Anthony could be seen aboard the Tall Ship Windy sailing on lake Michigan as a historical docent (pirate). A new Chicago resident, Anthony is very pleased to be working on this production and is looking forward to the many opportunities this city has to offer.

Myron Silberstein (Music Director). Myron Silberstein’s career as a concert pianist, accompanist, teacher, and composer has spanned over twenty years. First coming to prominence in 1991 upon winning the Giornate Musicali International Piano Competition in Sperlonga, Italy, Mr. Silberstein's full-length European debut followed in 1992. His 1993 recital at Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall attracted the attention of Connoisseur Society Records, for which he recorded works by Franck, Bloch, and Giannini in 1994. This recording was named to Fanfare Magazine's “Want List” of 1996 and was cited by critic Peter J. Rabinowitz as the best debut recording of the year.


As a collaborative pianist, Myron Silberstein has coached vocalists ranging from high-school students to members of Chicago Lyric Opera’s Core Chorus. He has been Resident Musical Director for Chicago Opera Vanguard and is General Manager of VOX 3 Vocal Music Collective, for which he also serves as accompanist, vocal coach, and composer.  


Myron Silberstein's vocal and chamber compositions have been performed throughout the United States and Europe. He is the resident composer for Storycatchers Theatre, for which he has written half a dozen one-act musicals. Myron Silberstein is a member of ASCAP.


Myron Silberstein holds a B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh and an M.A. in Social Thought from the University of Chicago. His academic essays on subjects as diverse as musicology, religion, and Shakespearean rhetoric have been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Modern Philology and Streams of William James.


Mr. Silberstein is currently preparing a program of the complete solo piano works of Peter Mennin and Norman Lloyd, to be recording this summer.


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Jeremy Abrams (Assistant Production Manager- Promotion) is a second-year law student at Chicago-Kent College of Law.  While still a sophomore in high school, Jeremy pursued an interest in creative writing and business by founding QuickMarket Publishing, an e-publishing company.  Jeremy went on to launch three more web-based companies throughout college.  As a result, Jeremy is proficient in HTML, CSS, PHP and Photoshop.  Jeremy is also experienced in online marketing tools and strategies.