Marshall Pailet

(Co-author, Composer, Director) As writer: Currently developing a new musical for the stage and screen with DreamWorks Theatricals/Animation. Other credits include Super Claudio Bros. (Best Musical DC Fringe '10); Who’s Your Baghdaddy, or How I Started the Iraq War (Woolly Mammoth, Best Musical DC Fringe ’11); On a Glorious Day (Houston Stages); Where It’s At (FringeNYC); and Loch Ness. As director: Super Claudio Bros., Who’s Your Baghdaddy, Stuck (Clurman Theatre), The 49 Project (FringeNYC), Thursday (World Premiere), With Kings in the Back (World Premiere), The 70 Scenes of Halloween, The Darq Knight (World Premiere) Bat Boy, Escape Artists (World Premiere) Please contact Di Glazer:

Steve Wargo

(Co-author) Recent non-dinosaur-related credits include producing (with Liz Ulmer,) Keith Varney’s I Got Fired: A Semi-Autobiographical, Sort-of-True Revenge Musical (NYMF '10, Theater League Foundation Grant, Theater for the American Musical Award, South Korea's Daegu International Musical Festival '11). From 2001-2008, Steve was the founding Artistic Director of Personal Space Theatrics, where he directed and produced fourteen productions, including NYC revivals of Don Juan in Chicago (First NYC Revival), BecauseHeCan, The Duchess, a.k.a. Wallis Simpson and Orchidelirium (U.S. Premieres), and A Christmas Carol (Personal Adaptation). Also a regular contributor to taxdeductible theatre’s ongoing Dare Project, where he wrote (with Keith Varney) and directed Scooby-Doosical.

Bryce Norbitz

(Co-author) Credits include shows at The Cell Theatre, Gorilla Tango Theatre, and most recently Jurassic Parq: The Broadway Musical at the New York International Fringe Festival and Fringe Encore Series. Bryce is the Executive Producer of UglyRhino Productions and has produced their body of work at The Brooklyn Lyceum. Bryce has worked with Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, The Second City, and The Public Theater. She currently works at Nederlander Worldwide Entertainment.

Kyle Mullins

(Choreographer) Kyle is thrilled to be a part of a project of this historical magnitude. He has worked with Marshall on Who's Your Baghdaddy, or how I started the Iraq War (Capitol Fringe, 2011) and Jurassic Parq: The Broadway Musical (NYFringe 2010). He has had the pleasure to dance with the Steps Repertory Ensemble,, Bill Young/Colleen Thomas and Dancers, The Chase Brock Experience, and York Dance Works. He has also worked with Donald Byrd, Benoit-Swan Pouffer, Nathan Trice, Cherice Barton, Andrea Miller, Camille A. Brown, Sean Curran, Aszure Barton, and Larry Keigwin. He has performed for Kansas City Starlight in The Music Man, for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, and on One Life to Live. He teaches dance outreach with the Hudson Guild in NYC and has worked with children in Cape Town, South Africa.

Zak Sandler

(Music Director/Pianosaurus) is thrilled to be making his Off-Broadway debut with this amazing group of people. Zak has music directed at the Kennedy Center, Signature Theatre (DC), Goodspeed and Theatreworks (CA), and is now subbing at WICKED. He did the original orchestrations for TOKIO CONFIDENTIAL (Atlantic Theatre, 2012) and a four-piece reduction of SWEENEY TODD (Signature Theatre, 2010) that has since been performed across the country and in Canada. Zak is also a composer in the advanced class of the BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop. EDUCATION: Yale, B.A., Music.

Caite Hevner

(Scenic Design) Caite has designed scenery for Triassic Parq since it’s first incarnation at the FringeNYC. Recent scenic design credits include: La Scala di Seta and Il Cambiale di Matrimonio, The Juilliard School; Billy Witch and My Base and Scurvy Heart, Studio 42; MARCH, Red Fern Theatre Company (set and projections); Friends Don't Let Friends, Less Than Rent; The Myths We Need, Purple Rep; Refrain, The Wild Project; Three Times She Knocked, NYC Fringe; RENT, Yale Dramat; a precarious looking stool, RIFT and Lady Windermere’s Fan, NYU Graduate Acting; Rx and The Further Adventures of Suzanne and Monica, Chautauqua Theater Company. Recent projection design credits include: Tales from My Parents’ Divorce, The Civilians; Le Bel Indifferent, La Voix Humaine, and La Dame a la Licorne; Greenwich Music Festival; Carmen, Allentown Symphony. Graduate of NYU/Tisch (MFA) and Yale School of Drama. Member: Wingspace Theatrical Design.

Nora Ives

(Assistant Director) Recent credits include Uncle Pirate (Vital Theater), Who's Your Baghdaddy, or How I Started the Iraq War (Woolly Mammoth, 'Best Musical' DC Fringe '11), Glimpses of the Moon (MetroStage), Super Claudio Bros. ('Best Musical' DC Fringe '10).