Established in 2009, The Colombo Company is a non-profit multi-disciplinary entertainment company which seeks to create discourse through storytelling.
With a specific focus on LGBT and Women's stories,
The Colombo Company seeks to tell provocative stories with humor, passion and intelligence.
The Colombo Company is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of The Colombo Company must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
To make a tax-deductible donation to The Colombo Company, visit our Fractured Atlas page here
Kaitlin Colombo is a Writer, Director, Producer and Performer, based in Los Angeles and New York City.
As a Writer, her work has appeared in Geek Monthly Magazine, PunkOut.org, and Edge Publications.
She has Directed and Produced a number of plays and short films throughout New York, Los Angeles and Provincetown, MA.
As a Comedian, she has been seen on E! Entertainment, FOX, MTV, and on NBC's "Last Comic Standing" (where she was voted "Week #1 Online Fan Favorite.")
For more information, visit KAITLINCOLOMBO.COM
BILL CAMANY/AKA "A. DORA BILL"
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR/COMPANY MANAGER
Bill Camany has a 40-year history in the entertainment industry. He has filled every position from Actor to Costumer to Producer to Writer to Manager to Casting Director.
As Casting Director, he worked on "Arrested Development" (pilot), "Walker, Texas Ranger" and "Lizzie McGuire". He wrote for a number of network television shows in the 80s (including "Our House" with Mr. "Diahbetus" himself - Wilfred Brimley) and, as a bon vivant in the 70s, lived above the famed bath houses at the Ansonia Hotel where he ran a company called "Strip-o-Gram".
He has worked on every production the Colombo Company has done - even taking the stage as Queen LaQueefa in 2009's Provincetown production of "Planet of the Gays" where he kept a copy of his script in his beehive wig.