Leadership

Peter Brosius   Artistic Director:   Peter C. Brosius

Peter Brosius    Managing Director:   Kimberly Motes

Executive Assistant:   Jen Johnsen

Artistic

Director of Artistic Development: Miriam Weisfeld

General Manager: Matt Giles

General Manager of Plays for Young Audiences: Michelle Wright

The Acting Company:  Gerald Drake, Dean Holt, Autumn Ness, Reed Sigmund

Performing Apprentices: Rowin M. Breaux, Alexcia Thompson

Music Director:  Victor Zupanc

Artists Under Commission: Greg Banks, Larissa FastHorse, Paul Fleischman, Madeleine George, Bill Johnson, Kevin Kling, Taylor Mac, Carlos Murillo, Autumn Ness, Lloyd Suh, Cheryl West

General Management

Facility Systems Manager:  Anthony White

FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

Director of Finance: Jill Jensen

Director of Human Resources: Andrew Robertson

Howard University Arts Administration Fellow:
Elbi Elm

LGBTQ Community Liaison: Cat Hammond

Payroll and Benefits Administrator :  Angelica Mejia

Accounting Assistant:  CJ Hedburg

IT and Systems Manager:  Doug Vukson-Van Beek

Center for Innovation in Theatre Education

Director of Education:  Ellie McKay

Associate Director of Education:  Kiyoko Motoyama Sims

Neighborhood Bridges Program Director:  Maria Asp

Community Engagement Manager:  Tessa Flynn Henderson

Early Childhood Education Manager:  Laura Mann Hill

Theatre Arts Training Education Manager:  Laura Delventhal

School Engagement Coordinator:  Karli Jenkins

Theatre Arts Training Communications Associate:  Sydney Mitgang

Theatre Arts Training Program Associate:  Madeline Geier

Neighborhood Bridges Founder:  Jack Zipes

TAT Teaching Faculty: Genevieve Bennett, Vie Boheme, Blake Brauer, Randal Buikema, Joey Clark, Patrick Coyle, Laurie Dehmlow, Laura Delventhal, Clare Dickey, Ivory Doublette, Jay Eisenberg, Bre’Elle Erickson, Sara Feinberg, Laurie Flanigan Hegge, Dylan Fresco, Madeline Geier, Johanna Gorman-Baer, Corrine Gray, Patty Hall, Cat Hammond, Jason Hansen, Marya Hart, Megan Kelly Hubbell, Karli Jenkins, Matt Jenson, Anton Jones, Taous Khazem, James Kunz, Natavia Lewis, Steve Looten, Eric Mayson, Ellie McKay, Suzy Messerole, Sydney Mitgang, Nancy Nair, Autumn Ness, Atim Opoka, Katherine Pardue, Aaron Preusse, Lindsey Samples, Sara Sawyer, Jesse Schmitz-Boyd, Jen Scott, Nicole Smith, Reed Sigmund, Andrew Wheeler, Ed Williams, Jr., Ian Zahren, Christina Zappa, Emily Zimmer

Neighborhood/Building/Early Bridges Teaching Artists: Sandy Agustin, Maria Asp, Pedro Bayon, Rachel Austin Bernstein, Adlyn Carreras, Aaron Fiskradatz, Tessa Flynn Henderson, Brian Grandison, Christopher Griffith, Matt Jenson, Leif Jurgensen, Laura Mann Hill, Katy McEwen, Peter Morrow, Nell Pierce, Kiyoko Motoyama Sims, Derek Phillips, Lindsey Cacich Samples, John Sessler, Julie Smith Healey, Emily Zimmer, Paige Reyolds, Ivory Doublette, Aimee Bryant, Regina Williams

Neighborhood Bridges Teaching Apprentice: Said Farah

Production

Production Manager:  Ellen Baker

Production Stage Manager:  Jenny R. Friend

Stage Managers: 
Jane Heer, Kathryn Sam Houkom, Chandler Jordan Hull, Todd Kalina, Jamie J. Kranz, Stacy McIntosh, Nate Stanger, Chris Schweiger, Sonja Thorson

Assistant Stage Managers: 
Jane Heer, Chandler J. Hull, Todd Kalina, Katie Kenfield, Nate Stanger

Student Actor Supervisor: Bridget Brooks

UnitedHealth Group Stage Master Stage Carpenter: 
Ann Segar Snyder

Cargill Master Stage Carpenter: Charles Fillmore

Run Crew: Jeremy Ellarby, Melissa Johnson,Pam Humphrey, Rick A. McAllister, Dan Norman, David Pisa, Eli Schlatter

Technical Director:  Adriane L. Heflin

Assistant Technical Director: Kelly Pursley

Master Carpenter: Bradley W. Holmes

Carpenters/Welders: 
Matt Arcand, Steve Kath, Dan Norman, Kris Paulson

Charge Artist:  Mary Novodvorsky

Scenic Artists: Peter Baker, Sara Herman

Costume Director:  Amy Kitzhaber

Cutters:  Mary Gore

First Hands: Jody Rosquist, Carol Lane

Crafts Artisan:  Randy J. Rowoldt

Costume Assistant:  Margaret Schuelke

Painter/Dyer/Crafts Artisan: Mattie Ernst

Wig Master:  Robert A. Dunn

UnitedHealth Group Stage Wardrobe Supervisor: 
Andrea Soehren

UnitedHealth Group Stage Wardrobe Assistant: 
Jennifer Probst

Props Director:  Sue Brockman

Props Artisans: 
Katie Albright, Joe Cruz, Christopher Engstrom, Amy J. Reddy

Lighting & Video Director:  Craig Gottschalk

Master Electrician:  David A. Horn

Staff Electrician:  Carl Schoenborn

UnitedHealth Group Stage Light Board Operator: 
Steven Bates

Sound Director:  Sten Severson

Master Sound Engineer: Rick Berger

Cargill Stage Sound Board Operator:  Sean Healey

UnitedHealth Group Stage Deck Sound Technician: 
Ryan Healey

Development

Director of Development: Katie Nelsen, CFRE

Associate Director of Development, Institutional Giving:
Jill Underwood

Senior Manager, Individual Giving:  Sarah Marrs

Special Events Manager:  Suzy Piper

Development & Campaign Coordinator:  Tom Kachelmacher

Development Data Assistant:  Christie Cotcamp

Donor Communications & Grants Associate:  Libi Baehr

Annual Fund Associate:  Mina Kobayashi

Marketing and Communications

Director of Marketing and Communications:
Adam Thurman

Senior Communications Manager:  Melissa Ferlaak

Marketing Manager:  Regina Hanson

Design and Digital Manager: Kaitlin Randolph

Corporate Sales Coordinator: Jessica Goldade

Graphic and Digital Designer: Mika Albornoz

Design and Digital Assitant: Chelsea Hammerbeck

Tessitura System Administrator:  Leif Jurgensen

Ticket Operations Supervisor:  Meghan Sherer

House Manager:  Thomas Rohde

Safety and Security Supervisor:  Adam Scarpello

Ticket Office Performance Supervisors: Annie Crepeau, Katlyn Moser

Front of House Performance Supervisors: Amy Abrigo, Joslyn Danielson, Patti Gaurkee, Craig Hostetler, Tess Rada, Mawrgyn Roper

Ticket Office Associates: Christine Asp, Lukas Brasher-Fons, Erica Prond Hernandez, Katie Hindman, Paul LaNave, Emily Nordstrom, Brittany Ottum, Minna Zhou

Front of House Associates: Marion Anderson, Katherine Collins, Anna Fremont, Nora Grade, Craig Hostetler, Eleni Leventopoulos, Lamar Jefferson, Dennis Kelner, Sara Klaphake, Brianna Overlin, Tess Rada, Becca Thavis, Genia Voitsekhovskaya, Grace Wehrspann, Missy Weir, Chris Wik

Safety and Security Associates: John Ball, Matthew Berg, Craig Hostetler, James Stone, Sara Suppan, Caspian Wirth-Petrik

ACT ONE

Director of Community Partnerships and Inclusion:
Michael Winn

LGBTQ Community Liaison: Cat Hammond

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