Who We Are

Teri Incampo - Co-Artistic Director and General Manager

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Teri Incampo’s directorial credits include productions of Footfalls and Strange Days (Exiled Theatre), What Alice Saw There, Not I, Play (Trinity College), Supermarket Bikini (Peculiar Works Project w/Trinity-La MaMa) and The Orestia (Austin Arts Center). She has also performed as an actor in Our Town Revisited, The Joys of Fantasy (The Ordinary Theater), Spring Awakening, Journey to the End of the Russian Empire (Austin Arts Center), At This Site (Peculiar Works Project w/Trinity-La MaMa) and Romantic Death (La MaMa ETC). Her areas of artistic interest include the phenomenological body-space relationship, post-dramatic theater, mystery and Samuel Beckett. Ms. Incampo is an alumnus of the Trinity-La MaMa Urban Arts Semester and the Accademia dell’Arte in Arezzo, Italy. She holds a B.A. from Trinity College (Hartford) where she was the President’s Fellow of Theater and Dance and awarded the George E. Nichols III Prize for Theatre Arts.


James Wilkinson - Co-Artistic Director and Production Manager

James Wilkinson graduated from Trinity College in 2010 with degrees in English and Theater and Dance. While attending he worked both onstage as an actor and offstage in the scene shop. Other undergraduate work includes working as a script reader at The Hartford Stage and directing Harold Pinter's A Slight Ache. His semester abroad was spent at the London Dramatic Academy under the guidance of director Richard Digby Day. His senior year, he was awarded the George Nichols III Prize for Theatre Arts. Upon graduating he returned home to the North Shore area and worked extensively in the Boston theater scene in a variety of roles. He has worked as a props master for Gloucester Stage Company, Speakeasy Stage Company and New Repertory Theater. His work in stage management includes stints at Gloucester Stage, Salem Theatre Company, New England Conservatory and others. He has directed for Salem Theatre’s Moments of Play Festival. His is also a playwright with works being performed in the 2013 Boston Theatre Marathon and 2013 Moments of Play.  Exiled Theatre's first production, Strange Days, was a collection of several short plays written by him. Directing credits for Exiled Theatre include: Ashes to Ashes by Harold Pinter, The Wasteland by T.S. Eliot and She Looks Good in Black by Sarah J. Mann.


Katharine Jordan - Marketing Manager

Katharine Jordan graduated from The University of New Hampshire in 2013 with a B.A. in Theatre, Musical Theatre emphasis. While at UNH Katharine performed in a variety of mainstage productions, served as Executive Director for the student theatre organization: Mask & Dagger, and was a member of WildActs, UNH’s social justice theatre troupe. Since graduating, Katharine acted in a number of productions in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire before relocating to Chicago.  She is also a member of The Murder Mystery Company, and was the creative force behind the Salem Witch Museum’s Witch Trials Weekly. After appearing as Driver, Nurse, and Blu in Strange Days, Katharine directed the Spring 2017 production of No Exit. From the Windy City, Katharine assists Exiled Theatre in a marketing capacity. For more information on Katharine, please visit her website


Joe Juknievich - Company Member

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Joe Juknievich graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2016 where he studied American History and Theatre. While in college, he was an active leader in the University of New Hampshire’s student-run drama organization, the Mask and Dagger Dramatic Society. During his involvement, he directed a production of Bert V. Royal’s Dog Sees God as well as Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice and was a chosen semi-finalist in the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival’s SDC Directing Initiative. Additionally, his play, The Last Testament of Ethel Rosenberg, was chosen as a finalist for the University of New Hampshire’s Undergraduate Prize Plays. Since moving to Boston in 2016, he was worked with several Boston theater companies such as the American Repertory Theater (in the capacity of a Production Assistant) as well as Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s Apprentice Program (in the capacity of an Assistant Director), and he currently works as the Artistic Fellow for SpeakEasy Stage Company for the current theatrical season. Exiled Theatre credits include playing the Bell Boy and assisting the director on No Exit by Jean-Paul Sartre and he will be directing Exiled Theatre’s upcoming production of Nurse Play by James Wilkinson. For more information, please visit www.joesephjuknievich.com.


Angela Gunn - Company Member

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Angela Gunn is a graduate of Wellesley College and Northeastern University School of Law which had absolutely nothing to do with acting. After working as a trial attorney for a number of years she left her job and begin taking acting classes full time. Having discovered her true passion, she was forced to begin working as a lawyer again in order to pay the bills. She is currently a practicing criminal defense attorney in addition to acting in stage and film. She has been active for many years as an actor in local theater productions, including Exiled Theatre’s production of Harold Pinter’s one act Ashes to Ashes., Ghostlight Player’s production of John Guare’s House of Blue Leaves, the Salem Theatre’s production of Conor McPherson’s Shining City, and a production of George F. Walker’s Escape From Happiness at the BCA Black Box. Last year she ventured into the world of production, producing and starring in the pilot episode for a planned web series about a group of female eco-assassins. For more information on Angela Gunn please visit her website at www.angelagunn.com.