Alex is a freelance business-minded entrepreneur, focusing in theater and performance. He is the founder/artistic director of ANTIX! Productions, a multi-media company driven by ideas, community and the unexpected.
Carnegie Mellon University BFA drama graduate, College and University Honors ’16.
In spring of 2015 Alex completed the Tepper Semester through Syracuse University. He observed on The Mysteries of Love and Sex by Bathsheba Doran Dir. Sam Gold and Gloria by Branden Jacob-Jenkins Dir. Evan Cabnet. In between, he served as the Casting intern for McCorkle Casting.
His hometown is Appleton, Wisconsin. graduate of Renaissance School for the Arts Program. He's also a graduate of UW Oshkosh (formerly UW Fox Valley), 2012 Student of the Year. While at UW Fox he directed his feature debut production, Columbinus by PJ Paparelli and Steven Karam.
Jean holds a BA in American Studies from the University of
Notre Dame (USA & London, UK) with an emphasis in Fine Arts,
Journalism/Communications, and Social Sciences.
Her wide-ranging skills span Arts & Culture Promotion,
Marketing & Communications, Public Relations, Social Media,
Event Planning, Art Exhibition Curation, Arts Advocacy, Modeling,
Acting, On-Air Talent, Freelance Writing, and Poetry.
Jean's work experience in the arts includes Founding and Managing the Northeast Wisconsin Arts Association (NEWAA), Founding and Directing the Fox Cities' Take Me to the River traveling pop-up art gallery. Jean also serves as a Placemaking Team Member with Creative Appleton Downtown, Inc. in her hometown. She also volunteers with Future Urban Leaders (FUL) Fund Development Committee as Art Chair and PR/Marketing consultant.
Arts Honors: Wisconsin Area Music Industry (WAMI) Annual Award Ceremony 2018 & 2014 Presenter, Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Arts Festival 2018 Juror; ADI Avant-Garde Challenge 2018 Judge; Art at the Park 2017 Juror; Women Magazine December 2016 Cover; Trout Museum of Art 2012 Volunteer of the Year
Bob Molitor is a current SCORE mentor, currently the chapter Chair of SCORE Fox Cities. He is an entrepreneur with over 35 years experience. His business endeavors include the manufacturing and distribution of overhead material handling equipment. He grew his business from 3 to 70+ employees, with annual sales ranging from $15-18 million. He currently sits on multiple boards, including the Appleton Education Foundation, Associated Bank Advisory Board, the Neenah High School Incubator program, and is Board President of Mercy Works Condominium Association. He graduated from UW Stevens Point where he got his BS in Political Science and Psychology.
Tom Strong is currently serving as Secretary for IATSE 489 out of Pittsburgh. Tom holds his MFA from Carnegie Mellon University in Production and Technology and Management. His work spans stage and screen, and has taken him to national and international stages. Recent credits include Mindhunter (Netflix), Walking with Dinosaurs Arena Tour and Sweet Girl (Netflix). He is also and entrepreneur, currently working in rental properties. He was also a cofounder of the website findahaunt.com. Beyond work, he is an amateur photographer and has taken many of the photographs featured on our webpage.