John P. McEneny is the artistic director of Piper Theatre Productions which he founded with his sister Rachel in 2000. For Piper, he has directed Priscilla Queen of Desert, Matei Viscniec’s Stones In My Pocket (toured to Un Teatru Theatre in Bucharest in 2016), as well as Frankenstein, Xanadu, Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello, Midsummer, Twelfth Night, and others. John has written many youth plays including Mayla the Monkey Girl (published by Playscripts Inc.), Very Bad Girl Scouts (YOUTHplays), Grippe of October (YOUTHplays), Cold April (Best Play Anthology 2008 Strawberry Fest) and Aposiopesis (Smith & Krause’s 2013 Best Ten Minute Plays, 2013 Best Men’s Monologues, 2014 Best Women’s Monologues, Best Contemporary Monologues Men 2016.) His play Pollywog was in NYU Steinhardt’s New Plays for Young Audiences festival at the Provincetown Playhouse. John’s 2013 adaption of The Island of Doctor Moreau performed at 59E59 East of Edinburgh as well as the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where it won Bobby’s Sixth Star Award for best play.
John’s play, Splitfoot (written with Vasile Flutur), about the notorious Fox sisters, toured to Edinburgh in 2015. His other plays include Midnight Circus, Hydra (with Rachel Rear), Maddie Splinter and the Aluminum Chair Rocket Ship, Boy in the Iron Mask and The Puppet Children.
John is the drama teacher at Brooklyn’s William Alexander Middle School for the past nineteen years and has taught classes at NYU Steinhardt and CUNY.
Mina has been working with such non-profit arts, theater and film companies as the 92nd Street Y, The Labor Theatre, Realizations Productions, and The Manhattan Rainbow & Lollipop Company since her NYU Art History days. This begins Mina's 9th year with Piper and her 11th year with the Old Stone House. She enjoys the many hats she wears.
Kimberly Maier, Executive Director of the Old Stone House & Washington Park, is the Executive Producer of Piper Theatre. In addition to Piper's summer residency, OSH provides rehearsal and performance opportunities for emerging professional theater companies year-round.
Associate Artistic Director
Maggie is the Director of Education at the Old Stone House, as well as an actor, director and teacher. She holds a BA in Drama from Fordham University and an MA in Arts and Humanities Education from NYU Steinhardt. She has performed in many venues in and around NYC and gets a big thrill from watching kids discover the fun and excitement of live theater.