Elizabeth Broghanne Jessamine is the Founder and Owner of Elemental Women Productions and originally from Scotland. Since emigrating to New York City, Broghanne has worked in Theater, Voice over and Film. Prior to moving to New York, Broghanne participated in numerous performing arts cultural festivals throughout Scotland and in Germany to bring theater and performance that explores social issues to a wider audience.
In her work in acting Broghanne found a passion and need to form a company that truly focused on developing and producing women's work. Creating a community of women artists joined in their want to share the stories and lessons they wanted growing up and so EWP was born.
Yasmin Harvey is a British New York based Actor. Yasmin studied a Circle in the Square Theatre School and spent two years honing her technique as an intern at the Actors Studio. She has performed in plays and musicals in both the UK and US and her play " Belief" was chosen as part of the Manhattan Rep's Short Play Season. Yasmin is passionate about female led work and work centered around women and social justice.
Sabrina Schlegel-Mejia, a Colombian/Swiss actor based in New York. Since graduating from AADA's conservatory program, Sabrina has appeared as Isabella in Measure for Measure and Antigone in People Vs. Antigone as well as Farris in award-winning short film GIRL FRIEND. Other projects include A Series on Surviving, We Are Not Content!, JOJI, 22, We're Just Here To Swim, Cloud 9, Macbeth, Vessel of The Beast, Ledze and Lore, The Innocent, Albanian Gangster Part II, and The Uncounted.
Co-Founder and Company Member of Elemental Women Productions, Mikayla is originally from Northeastern Pennsylvania. She moved to New York City in 2012 to pursue an education at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. She studied at the Jacob Krueger Studio, with a focus in sitcom writing. As well as studying at the Gotham Writer’s Workshop for playwriting. Mikayla has also acted in multiple web series and short films. She performed in the 2016 NYC Fringe Festival. Mikayla wrote and performed in The Right and Left Plays produced by EWP, starring in her one women show, '15 Minutes of Infamy'.