Cat Coyne (Co-creator, Writer & Producer)

Cat is a writer, producer and performer born n' raised in the heart of Boston, MA. Beyond co-creating OH, LIZA, she can be seen as her unrecognizable alter ego, Colleen Hanrahan, at Her work has been featured on The Huffington Post, HelloGiggles and IndieWire. She resides in Brooklyn, NY and tweets @catttie and (as Colleen) @princess02132.

Kait Schuster (Co-creator, Writer & Producer)

Kaitlin is a Los Angeles-based actress/writer/hyphenate and a graduate of the Conservatory at the Atlantic Theater Company. When not co-creating and rocking it out for OH, LIZA, she’s had the pleasure of working with the amazing folks at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, ESPA: Primary Stages, Crashbox Theater Company, Play on Words, Do it Live (SF) and is an associate artist with Colt Coeur. Kaitlin will be seen in the upcoming films, Paper Dreams and Death and Cupcakes. Her previous work on the silver-screen has been featured by the Urban Outfitters Blog, IndieWire,, and the International Harlem Film Festival. 

Ellie Heyman (Director)

Ellie is a New York City-based director of theatre, film and live events. Ellie is the Creative Director of The Orbiting Human Circus with Julian Koster and the Artistic Director of Helikon Rep. She is currently developing a radio play series, The Orbiting Human Circus of the Air, for NPR. Selected directing credits include: The Traveling Imaginary (Merge Records/The Orbiting Human Circus); Be Careful of Words (Helikon Rep); Our Lady (The Boston Center of American Performance); Orlando (Roschel Performing Arts Center); Hedda Gabler (Boston University); Chaplin Play No. 1 (University of Chicago Summer Arts Incubator); Contents May Be Extremely Hot (Phalanx Theater) and The Bar Show, a neo-burlesque performance that toured the bars of Chicago (Paper Crane Theatre).

Ryan Mitchel (Director of Photography)

Ryan grew up watching Tim Burton, Wes Anderson, David Fincher and the Back to the Future series. He didn't know he wanted to be a director of photography but, as his mom says, he always had a good eye. In college, he took his first filmmaking class, where he found his frame and his love for the camera. Since then, he moved to New York to take part in the independent film scene. After a couple of years of working for various production companies on many different projects, Ryan started his own production company with some fellow filmmakers. They are 23 Minutes In and, like Ryan, are dedicated to making great films. Ryan is passionate about film and you can feel his passion in every frame he captures.


Batya Feldman (Production Coordinator)

Batya is the Development Director at Single Carrot Theatre in Baltimore, MD. She has worked in DC-area theatres as a line producer and assistant to the Artistic Director at Theater J; script reader at Arena Stage and for the Source Festival; assistant director at Round House Theatre; stage manager at the Capital Fringe Festival; and intern at Center Stage and Everyman Theatre. She was associate director of Married Sex, a solo play by Laura Zam that ran last summer at FringeNYC and was a semifinalist for the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. Batya received a BA in The Psychology of Theatre in the Middle East from Pitzer College in Claremont, CA. She thinks heaven probably looks a lot like Ridgefield Park, New Jersey. Join Batya's massive internet following on Twitter (@batyasaurus) and Instagram (@robatya_5000). 

Mike Floyd (Costume Design)

Select design credits: All’s Well That Ends Well (Yale Rep); Lady (Northlight Theatre); Pippin (Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre); Hedda Gabler; A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Mirror, Mirror (Yale School of Drama); The Tempest (New York Classical Theatre); The Audition (Bridges/Augustine Films); Ian. (Stage 17); MacBeth; The Marriage of Figaro; The Learned Ladies; Twelfth Night (Brown/Trinity Rep Consortium); An Ideal Husband (Peterborough Players); Doubt; Little Shop of Horrors (Peninsula Players); and Sympathy Jones (New York Musical Theater Festival). As an associate and assistant designer, he has worked on Broadway (Newsies!; Priscilla Queen of the Desert [2011 Tony Award for Best Costume Design]; Fela! [2010 Tony Award for Best Costume Design]; Come Fly Away), off-Broadway (the Public Theater; The Acting Company; New York Theatre Workshop; Manhattan School of Music, Primary Stages, New York City Opera), and regionally (Paper Mill Playhouse, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Nashville Opera). He has taught and worked with the National High School Institute at Northwestern University, the Yale Drama, Colby, Colgate, Providence Colleges, and Rutgers University. He holds an MFA in Design from the Yale School of Drama, a BA from Kenyon College, and studied at the British-American Drama Academy.

Paul Tate dePoo III (Production Design)

Paul is a production designer for film, opera, musicals, plays, concerts, resorts, and special events based in Manhattan. Most recently, Paul created the sets for Pageant the Musical (Off-Brodway) A Christmas Carol (Capital Rep), Master Harold and the Boys (Luna Stage), Annie (Maltz Jupiter- Carbonell Award Nominee for Best Scenic Design), Look Upon Our Lowliness (NYC Movement Co.), Hello Dolly (Cape Playhouse), Avenue Q (Adirondack Theatre Festival),Broadway's 2013 Beauty Pageant, and the 2013 Lincoln Center Directors Lab. He previously designed A Raisin In the Sun (Palm Beach Dramaworks), The Music Man [(Maltz Jupiter) Carbonell Award's Best Musical Production], Hello, Dolly! (Maltz Jupiter Theatre), The Kite Runner (Boston Repertory Theatre), and the national tour for indie band Neutral Milk Hotel’s The Music Tapes. Upcoming productions include Sweeney Todd at Lincoln Center, and Chicago Lyric Opera's Marriage of  Figaro with scenic designer James Noone. Paul's select work as a Broadway associate designer with Derek McLane includes How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, Nice Work If You Can Get It, Follies, Anything Goes, and Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. Originally from Key West, FL, Paul is a Production Design graduate of Boston University and a member of the United Scenic Artists . 

Kiri Oliver (Music Supervisor)

Kiri is a musician, music booker, writer, and performer from Brooklyn. She currently plays in the band Leda, curates the musical guests for the cult hit internet/cable access show The Chris Gethard Show, and books female-fronted DIY shows as part of the booking duo Fake French. She occasionally writes things on her Tumblr.


  • Editor- Grant Stewart 
  • Consulting Producer- Whitney Buxton
  • Post-production Audio- Adam Johnson and Matthew Nielson, Sound Lab Studios
  • Prop Master/Set Decorator- Dorothee Senechal
  • Assistant Camera- Adam Waters
  • Sound- Jacopo Messina
  • Key Grip- Christopher McNabb
  • Gaffer- Stefan Skripak
  • Assistant to the Director- Bailey Koch
  • Script Supervison- David B. Jacobs
  • Assistant Production Coordinator- Lily Wiggins
  • Production Assistants- Kimberly Haven and Jaslyn Flowers
  • Original Artwork- Julia Carusillo