Meet the Corps
Rebecca is a director, actor, and compulsive researcher. She graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and was awarded the National SDC Kennedy Center Fellowship for direction in 2014. Transplanted from the farmland of Alabama, she still makes sweet tea by the gallon and has a natural proclivity to stand barefoot in the dirt.
Renita is an actor, poet, story collector from Birmingham, Alabama. After receiving her BA in Theatre performance from the University of Alabama Birmingham, she traveled to New York to find her tribe of kindred creators. On any given day, she can be found gathering the secrets of old men on the stoops or trash talking ten-year old boys on the basketball court.
Evangeline is an actor, musician, painter and community builder from the Arizona desert, who always knew she needed to be in colder, wetter places. She holds a BFA from Southern Utah University where she completed a fellowship with the Utah Shakespeare Festival and served on the board for Second Studio. Evangeline is an emotional synesthete, likes idea-bouncing for hours over a good cup of tea, and always has paint stuck in her hair. Learn more at: www.evangelinestott.com.
Anna is an actor and collaborator from the Pacific Northwest. She was the Outstanding Graduate in Theatre for her class at Western Washington University, where she concentrated in performance, management, and devising, and graduated from the Honors College. She has worked and trained with experimental theatre companies on both coasts, including WanderLost Laboratory Theatre, the iDiOM Theatre, and Blessed Unrest. Anna enjoys long lists and short stories.
Dylan is a theatrical collaborator who has primarily worked as an actor and director. He graduated with a BA from Western Washington University, focusing on acting, directing and dramatic writing. From his work in Seattle, he is a founding member of WanderLost Laboratory Theatre, an experimental devising company focused on telling whimsical stories of heart, compassion and friendship. He also served as Co-Managing Director for The Funhouse Family, an eccentric new-work collective that serves as an artistic playground for artists of any background, experience, or discipline to nourish their creative process.