The R.Mutt Society


The Society

Guillermo Logar (Founding Artistic Director)

Guillermo (Madrid 1987 ) is a filmmaker, theater director and magazine editor born in Madrid (Spain) and living in New York City since 2011. He wrote and directed Seep (2013) along Larry Bao. He recently directed Philip Ridley's Mercury Fur (2014) at Under St. Marks Theater, Ionesco's The Bald Soprano (2015) at The Gene Frankel Theater and Instituto Cervantes and In The Pines (2015) at the Walkerspace (Soho Rep).

Larry Bao (Founding Artistic Director)

Larry (Indiana 1988)  is a playwright, actor, director, and filmmaker living in Chicago, IL. Born in China, he moved to America at the age of 3 with his parents. Larry is also a co-founder and co-artistic director, alongside Alyson Calder, of a new theatre company in Chicago called "Tiger in The Bush". His first full length play, Land of Plenty, was produced in Chicago at Raven Theatre.

Nanda Valencia (Founder, Actress)

Education: Labyrinth Theatre Company, The Barrow Theatre Group, Atlantic Theatre School, T. Schreiber Studio, NYFA. 

Theatre credits include: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot; Danny in the Deep Blue Sea; The Glass Menagerie; Eden Equation; Macbeth. Film credits include: Black Dog Red Dog produced by James Franco; Seep; Si tú No Estás (winner at the Savannah Film Festival for Best Film); and most recently Life Script directed by Larry Rosenzweig.

Charles Furst (Founder, Production Manager)    

Charles (San Francisco 1987) worked as stage manager for the production of Mercury Fur at Under St. Marks. He is working along Guillermo Logar on Ionesco's The Bald Soprano.

Paul Zdon  (Designer)                                            

Paul is a Chicago-based graphic designer and illustrator who specializes in hand-drawn lettering. He is working toward a Bachelor of Design at the University of Illinois at Chicago and interning at BatesMeron.

Jacob Rico (Actor)                                            

Jacob is an actor born and raised in California. He recently moved to New York City and this will be the first company he has worked with outside of California. He is a huge fan of the absurd and pushing the limits of what makes theatre. He is excited to be a part of a company that has big artistic goals.