STAGE MANAGER + LIGHTING DESIGNER / Has stage managed on 3 continents and performed all manner of stagecraft wizardry across the United States. Educated at Northwestern University and California State University, Fullerton, she currently resides in Southern California where she has served as stage manager for many local theater companies. Kate tours internationally as stage
MAKE UP DESIGN & SCENIC ARTIST / From the UK, Zorro’s interest in creating began as soon as he could pick up crayons and scribble his ideas onto a blank piece of canvas, whether it was a piece of paper or a wall. He has been selling commissioned artwork, model making, sculptures, and FX make-up for
COSTUME DESIGN / Mary has been a costume designer for many years. She teaches costume design and making at two colleges in the Los Angeles area. Prior to teaching she was the department head of design and wardrobe services at Knott’s Berry Farm. Her theater, film and television experience has taken her to theater around the
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER / Becca—a recent graduate from California State University, Long Beach—is an elementary school teacher by day, theater technician by night, working with Good People from the start on Closer Than Ever (Hollywood Piano), The Fantasticks (Hollywood Fringe 2014), A Man of No Importance (Hollywood Fringe 2013), as well as Barrymore (Greenway Court
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR / A recent graduate from Cal. State Northridge, Logan’s recent credits include regional theater work in Hairspray (Brad) and The Stinky Cheeseman (Jack). Other credits include Godspell, Bat Boy, and The Drowsy Chaperone.
CASTING DIRECTOR / Michael is the former Artistic Director of Broadway Bound Orange County, the Star Theatre Company in Oceanside, The Camino Real Playhouse in San Juan Capistrano, and Carbondale Repertoire Theatre in Pennsylvania. He has directed and cast well over 100 productions nationwide from NYC to SoCal. As a performer he appeared in 7
MARKETING / Ms. Fox started her marketing career in the arts, first working at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa before its opening season in 1986, and later serving as Director for a summer music festival in San Diego County. When the arts hit hard times economically in the late 1980s, Ms.
PROGRAM DESIGNER & EDITOR / Mr. Gardner is a wonderful actor and supports Good People on the creative team as well. Film: Minutes, The Heist, Bellman Chronicles, Ginger Living, Confessions of Sorority Girls. TV: Roseanne, Cybill, Tracey Takes On… Movies, Saved by the Bell: The New Class (3 seasons). Theatre: Water by the Spoonful (Fountainhead), The Outgoing Tide (Jack), One Slight Hitch (Harper), Dracula (Van Helsing), Uncle Vanya (Vanya), 33 Variations (w/Bob Stillman), A Tuna Christmas (Thurston et al), Driving Miss
GRAPHIC DESIGN / Based in Los Angeles, Oliver works across a range of disciplines from print to web to architectural spaces. His projects include work for UCLA, United Way and Whole Foods Market. Oliver has been recognized by AIGA, Type Directors Club, the One Show, and Communication Arts. www.oliverlan.com
David has appearing in productions throughout Southern California including Camelot, The Mikado (Nanki-Poo), The Secret Garden (Neville Craven) and Crazy for You (Moose). In 2011, David earned an Ovation nomination for Best Actor in a Musical for his work in the Southern California premiere of Jerry Springer: The Opera. In 2013 David was part of