LetaLeta Tremblay – ITE Theatre Curator: Leta Tremblay is a Theatrical Director based in New York City. She has presented work at 59E59 Theaters, Theatre Row, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Eugene O’Neill National Theater Center, Cherry Lane Theatre, The Lark, New World Stages, Access Theater, The Kraine Theater, Paradise Factory, The Brick, FringeNYC, IRT Theater, The Gym at Judson, The Secret Theatre, The Cell, Davenport Theatre and site specifically. Most recently she assisted Anne Bogart on Kurt Weill’s musical opera Lost in the Stars at CAP UCLA. Leta is a graduate of Smith College and the Eugene O’Neill National Theatre Institute and has trained with the Wooster Group and SITI Company. She is the Producing Artistic Director of Caps Lock Theatre.
 “I am thrilled to be coming on board as the Theater Curator for ITE! This is a tremendous organization that constantly strives to make creation more possible for artists and I’m excited to provide connections to the diverse and visionary Indie Theater community of New York City. As a past ITE space grant recipient and a working artist with 10 years experience in New York, I am uniquely placed to build a bridge between the fantastic resources of this organization and talented theater artists who I admire and respect. I’m looking forward to some great programming in the years to come.”
Sarah Kleinke – ITE Dance Curator / Director of Administration: 
Sarah is a 2015 graduate from East Carolina University with a BFA in Dance Performance. During school she got the opportunity to work with John Magnus, Lauren Edson, Koresh Dance, and Robert Moses. In 2014, she performed at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. for the National College Dance Festival under choreographer, John Dixon. Sarah is a freelance dance artist in New York and is currently the Director of Administration/Dance Curator for Inception to Exhibition (ITE). In 2015 she presented her choreography for The Moving Beauty Series. She is currently dancing with Gina Montalto, Depth Dance, and NSquared Dance.
Elizabeth Smith
Elizabeth Smith – ITE Music Curator: is an emerging soprano based in New York City. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music, her opera credits include Mařenka (The Bartered Bride), Lauretta (Gianni Schicchi), and Fiordiligi (Cosi fan Tutte). As accomplished concert and choral perfomer, Elizabeth sings with groups such as the Collegiate Chorale and the New York Virtuoso Singers, with solo work in Song of Norway, Yotam Haber’s I Am, and David Lang’sBattle Hymns. Other concert work includes Orff’s Carmina Burana, Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis, and Stephen Albert’s Flower of the Mountain.