Laura Ramadei is a founding member of Lesser America, Red Elevator Productions, and The Nola Project. She also currently serves as the Director of Creative Development at the newly formed American Playwriting Foundation. A graduate of Denver School of the Arts and NYU, Tisch, she's performed and worked behind the scenes at The Public Theater, Dixon Place, the Pearl Theater, 59E59, HERE Arts Center, Theater for the New City, Theater 80, Ensemble Studio Theater and with LAByrinth, among others. Select theater performance credits: Ghost Brothers of Darkland County in commercial workshop with Stephen King and John Mellencamp; Exit Carolyn (NYIT nomination); The Year of the Rooster (EST/Youngblood); Cloud Nine (Ambie Award Nomination) and Love's Labors Lost with The Nola Project; Too Little Too Late (HERE Arts - NYIT Nomination) and with Lesser America: Just Right Just Now, Too Much Too Soon, Squealer, and American River. Film/TV: "Orange is the New Black", Another Kind, Lizzie and Me, Gasoline, Night Crawlers, Eagles Are Turning People Into Horses(BriTANick). New Media: "Compulsive Love," Laundry Room Girl, "Viralcom."