Our Writers Check out the badass team behind Fringebiscuit 2016: Aisha Josiah is editor of Fringebiscuit, as well as a playwright, screenwriter and a graduate of New York University. When she isn’t writing, Aisha heads a collective of exciting young artists known as the One Trick Circus. Follow her on Twitter @aishajosiah. Aidan Samya Bose-Rosling is an actor, writer and film director trained in Drama at NYU Tisch School of the Arts and Atlantic Theatre Company’s acting school. He has previously worked in a crew and backstage capacity for immersive theatre companies such as Punchdrunk, Third Rail Projects and Secret Cinema, is currently a member of Crashbox Theater Company in New York, and most recently wrote and directed his first professional film, The Jester, which is set for an Internet release in December 2016. Claire Zajdel is a writer of plays, screenplays, fiction, and now fast theatre reviews, from the Chicago area. She is graduate of Tisch School of the Arts, with degrees in both Dramatic Writing and English. During her time at NYU she founded the Backstage Theatre Company, and as a graduate continues to make and love theatre. Dylan Arredondo is a New York-based interdisciplinary theatremaker and graduate of NYU Tisch Drama, where he also studied psychology and entertainment law. He is excited to be honing his theatre journalism skills with the Fringebiscuit team this year. Jasmine Tay is an avid baker when she’s not in a lab preparing experiments, and her favourite dessert is a lemon tart. She loves GoT and fantasy movies. Her all time favourite comedian is Dave Chappelle. Yes, she has locs. No, she is not going to cut them! Lindsay Wolff is a theater artist from Northern California who is currently based in New York City. She is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Drama where she studied at the Atlantic Theater School, Classical Studio, Experimental Theatre Wing and the International Theatre Workshop in Amsterdam. In addition to acting and dancing, she is also a certified stage combatant and has worked as a fight choreographer and director. Tom Morris is a Cardiff University student. He loves comedy musicians like the Rubberbandits and Flight of the Concords. He’s excited to soak up the atmosphere of Edinburgh during the festival season, and see as many comedians as possible. Sam Finn Cutler is an actor, writer and musician from New York City. He graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Arts in 2015 and has since worked mostly on indie films and far off Broadway theater. He’s very excited to be in Scotland for the first time working with Fringebiscuit. Alex Hansen is a theatrical jack-of-all-trades: writer, director, stage manager, and now reviewer. She is a recent graduate of the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study, where she concentrated in “Theater as Dialogue”. Alex spends her free time re-watching Gilmore Girls and Parks and Rec, and seeking out vegan treats. Originally from the Chicago area, she is happy to be back and experiencing Chicago Fringe.