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BY LUCY PREBBLE FEBRUARY 21-25, 27 – MARCH 3 AT 7:30 P.M. FEBRUARY 24-25, MARCH 4 AT 2:00 P.M.

OSCAR G. BROCKETT THEATRE F. LOREN WINSHIP BUILDING

THEATREDANCE.UTEXAS.EDU

Aaron Curry – Lighting Designer • Cait Graham – Costume Designer • Christine Gwillim – Dramaturg Dack Justiz – Stage Manager • Sam Lipman – Composer • Robert Mallin – Projection Designer Kara Mavers – Dramaturg • Adam Miller-Batteau – Fight Choreographer Roxy Mojica – Scenic Designer • Reed Dryden Neal – Technical Director Oluwaseun S. Olayiwola – Choreographer • Jess O’Rear – Artistic Engagement Strategist Bex Orton – Community Engagement Coordinator • Malyssa Quiles – Sound Designer Hannah Wolf – Director

There will be one 15-minute intermission . The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

ENRON is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc ., New York . ENRON was first performed by Headlong Theatre on July 11 at Minerva Theatre, Chichester and the production subsequently opened at Royal Court Theatre Downstairs on September 22, 2009 . It was presented in the West End at the Noel Coward Theatre from January 16, 2010 by Matthew Bram Shaw, Art Productions, Carol Newling for Neal Street Productions, Jeffrey Richards and Jerry Frankel . The Headlong Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre and Royal Court Theatre production of ENRON received its Broadway premiere on April 27, 2010, presented by Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, Matthew Byam Shaw, ACT Productions, Neal Street, Beverly Bartner & Norman Tulchin, Lee Menzies, Bob Boyett, Scott M . Delman, INFINITY Stages, JK Productions, The Araca Group, Jamie DeRoy, Mallory Factor, Michael Filerman, Ian Flooks, Ronald Frankel, James Fuld Jr ., Dena Hammerstein, Roger H . Hess, Jam Theatricals, Sharon Karmazin, Cheryl Lachowicz, OSTAR, Parnassus Enterprises Inc ., Jon B . Platt, Judith Resnick, Daryl Roth, Stein and Gunderson Company, Anita Waxman, The Weinstein Company, Barry & Carole Kaye, Stewart F . Lane & Bonnie Comley, Fran & Barry Weissler and The Shubert Organization .

COVER PHOTO: LAWRENCE PEART

Insane in the Brain composed by Louis M . Freeze, Senen Reyes, Larry E . Muggerud, Jerry Byron Corbitt; from the album Black Sunday by Cypress Hill (Ruffhouse/Columbia Records) .


CAST (IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER) Jeffrey Skilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Annemarie Alaniz Raptor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Natasha Cosme Batista Andy Fastow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Caroline Beagles Lehman Brother, Board Member, Trader 2, Geek 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adrian Collins Trader 8, Ramsay, JP Morgan Analyst, Board Member. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lea Donenberg Fastow Lawyer, Trader 4, Skilling’s Daughter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manuela Guerra Security Guard, Trader 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jade Jackson Ken Lay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kayla Johnson Trader 7, Richard Grubman, Police Officer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brooke Loye Raptor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Maggard Claudia Roe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bella Medina Sheryl Sloman, Congresswoman, Irene Gant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carleigh Newland Gayle Davenport, Analyst, Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ariana Pleasure Raptor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Francis Rodriguez Trader 10, Board Member, Photographer, Employee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brisa Shaw U.S. Senator, Trader 6, Deutsche Bank Analyst, Board Member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Christiana Thomas Skilling Lawyer, Trader 5, Reporter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Megan Todd Trader 9, CITI Bank Analyst, Judge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Juleeane Villarreal Elise Deluka, Prostitute, Hewitt, Geek 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lauren Weik Lehman Brother, Trader 3, Arthur Anderson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jill Young

Post-Show Talkback: Where is Toxic Masculinity in ENRON and Our Everyday Lives ? FEBRUARY 23 IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE 7:30 P.M. PERFORMANCE

Join members of the production team and invited guests from Voices Against Violence’s MasculinUT, an initiative that promotes healthy masculinities in a discussion on “toxic masculinity” in ENRON.

Post-Show Talkback: Continuing Conversations from “Enron, Late Capitalism and Toxic Masculinities: A Symposium on Power, Gender and Performativity” MARCH 2, FOLLOWING THE 7:30 P.M. PERFORMANCE

Guests are invited to continue conversation on topics covered in the March 2 symposium sessions with the production team.

Post-Show Talkback: Casting ENRON and Why the Storytellers Matter MARCH 3 IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE 7:30 P.M. PERFORMANCE

Join members of the production team in a discussion about the casting of ENRON and the significance of the actors’ identities in telling the story.


NOTE FROM THE DIRECTOR ENRON is a play that makes myth out of reality. The downfall of Enron, right here in our own backyard, ushered in the 21st century and our current system of corporate power. With this production, we ask “why?” Why are corporations still considered “too big to fail?” Why do we write off transgressions because “boys will be boys?” Why do we blindly follow leaders into a moral vacuum? Why do we consider toxic masculinity a trait of the “successful?” This non-traditional cast asks us to question the links between power, toxic masculinity and big business. In a world where we can no longer talk about unearned power without examining gender and race, our production critiques those that hold power and puts our stereotypes of “success” into the crosshairs. Enron is a great human tragedy, for the characters and for us. With this modern morality play, I invite you to ask why; to decide for yourselves if these characters were villains or pawns; if it was just a few “bad apples” or a toxic culture; if our perceptions of success are leading us to our own downfall and if we’re able to catch ourselves in the freefall before it buries us all.

NOTE FROM THE DRAMATURGS

This production is an experiment. We chose to cast women and non-binary actors in lieu of cisgender men because we believe who is telling this story is important. We tried out building costumes through a collective class experiment, implementing gender-inclusive policies for dressing rooms, and we see this production as an opportunity for dialogue. ENRON is a semi-fictional, historical account of a group of straight, white, cisgender men who got too greedy. It asks patrons to reexamine history; to reckon with complicity and to use the burden of the past to better the future.   In the spirit of Lucy Prebble’s script, we use this production to reflect on our practices as theatre artists, as students and as participants in U.S. capitalism. We hope that our research, refinement and even our failures, will serve as an opportunity for a greater dialogue. We hope that the questions we raise with this production will influence our community to strive for equity, inclusion and reflection. What might this country look like if masculinity, whiteness and greed were not idealized or privileged?

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CREATIVE Aaron Curry (Lighting Designer) is a second-year M.F.A. in Design and Technology candidate at The University of Texas at Austin. Recent credits include Fall For Dance, Building the Wall (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2017) and Little Women (Butler Opera Center). Regional: The Little Prince (assistant, Seattle Children’s Theatre); South Pacific (Arizona Broadway Theatre); The Danube; The Messenger (Hangar Theatre); Das Barbecu, A Little Night Music; Urinetown, the Musical and The Drowsy Chaperone (The Barnstormers). Member, USITT. aaroncurrydesigns.com Cait Graham (Costume Designer) is an M.F.A in Design and Technology candidate with a focus in costume design at The University of Texas at Austin. Her recent designs include The Magic Flute (Butler Opera Center), Little Women the Broadway Musical and Building the Wall (Texas Theatre and Dance). She comes to Austin by way of New York City where she worked in fashion photography and styling. Christine Gwillim (Dramaturg) is a Ph.D. candidate in Performance as Public Practice at The University of Texas at Austin with graduate portfolios in Women and Gender Studies and Museum Studies. She is a graduate student affiliate with the Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice and the Graduate Student Assembly (Department of Theatre and Dance). Her doctoral research focuses on curatorial practice in contemporary performance festivals. Gwillim holds a B.A. in Theatre and Performance from the University of California at Berkley and an M.A. in Performance Studies from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. She is the 2017-18 Graham Williford Fellow at the Blanton Museum of Art. Dack Justiz (Stage Manager) Broadway: Disney’s The Lion King, Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS’ 31st Annual Easter Bonnet Competition. Off-Broadway: Julius Caesar (The Public Theater). Regional: Theatre Under the Stars, ZACH Theatre. Academic: Texas Theatre and Dance, Butler Opera Center, Texas

Performing Arts. Upon graduation in May 2018, Justiz is moving back to New York City. @ dackjustiz dackjustiz.com Sam Lipman (Composer) is the composer-inresidence, head accompanist and lecturer in Musical Aesthetics for the Department of Theatre and Dance. Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Lipman spent a decade as a jazz musician in New York City before touring as a rock musician based out of Austin, Texas. Most recently, he received his B.A. and M.A. in Composition with honors from the Butler School of Music. He has composed music for several films, including the award-winning documentary Southwest of Salem. He has recorded and performed with Temple Underground and Justin Timberlake, among others. Robert Mallin (Projection Designer) is a thirdyear M.F.A. in Design and Technology candidate at The University of Texas at Austin. He holds a B.F.A. in Theatre Design from Concordia University in Montreal, his hometown. Mallin has designed work for the Butler Opera Center, Texas Theatre and Dance, UT Athletics, Texas Exes, The University of Texas at Austin Office of the President, the College of Fine Arts and the Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies. Mallin also works in film, most recently interning for VER as an LED programmer on X-Men Dark Phoenix. For his thesis, he produced and designed a new approach to the live performance of video games. Kara Mavers (Dramaturg) is a M.A. in Performance as Public Practice student at The University of Texas at Austin. Previous dramaturgy credits include Hairspray and Hedda Gabbler (Whittier College). This is her first dramaturgical credit with Texas Theatre and Dance. Adam Miller-Batteau (Fight Choreographer) is a director, fight choreographer and theatre educator new to the Austin area. Miller-Batteau has choreographed fights for over a decade,


CREATIVE staging violence in over 100 productions. Previous credits at The University of Texas at Austin include Anon(ymous), Little Women the Broadway Musical, Galactic Orphans and Gondal (UTNT (UT New Theatre), 2017). Other fight choreography credits include Animal Farm (McCallum Theatre); Julius Caesar (Shakespeare in Detroit) and Macbeth (Stagedoor Manor), among others. Training/Education: University of Michigan (B.F.A. in Acting), Exeter University (M.F.A. in Shakespeare Performance), Society of American Fight Directors (Certified Teacher). Miller-Batteau currently teaches stage combat at the Department of Theatre and Dance. Roxy Mojica (Scenic Designer) is a second-year M.F.A. in Design and Technology candidate with a focus in scenic design at The University of Texas at Austin, originally from Las Vegas, Nevada. She received her B.A. in Theater Arts from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Recent work includes the site-specific performance, Dry Land. Before moving to Austin, Mojica designed work for the world premiere of Brightside the Musical (Arts Square Theater), which earned her a nomination for a Las Vegas Valley Theatre Award for Best Scenic Design. She has served as a designer for Melody Sweets for her onenight burlesque shows (Absinthe Tent, Caesars Palace). Mojica has also designed work for independent short films and music videos in Las Vegas. Reed Dryden Neal (Technical Director) is a fourth-year B.A. in Theatre and Dance major with an emphasis in design and technology at The University of Texas at Austin. Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Santa Fe Opera, ZACH Theatre and Shakespeare Dallas. Academic: Kids Who Care Musical Theatre and Texas Theatre and Dance. He is a scene shop senior associate and house manager (Texas Performing Arts), a house manager (Hogg Memorial Auditorium) and a technical assistant (Jarrott Productions). He served as the technical director for the Cohen New Works Festival (2017). Recent projects include The Miss Firecracker Contest (The Wimberley Players), The

Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Alpha Psi Omega) and Alice in Wonderland (Round About Players). Upon graduation, he plans to move to New York City. reeddneal.com Oluwaseun S. Olayiwola (Choreographer) is a fourth-year UTeach Dance major at The University of Texas at Austin. He has worked with choreographers Charles O. Anderson, Dorothy O’Shea Overbey, Jenn Freeman, Manuel Vignoulle, Netta Yerushalmy and Alvin Rangel. Olayiwola recently performed works by Merce Cunningham and Bill T. Jones while at the American Dance Festival in Durham, North Carolina and was seen in Dance Repertory Theatre’s Fall For Dance, Momentum (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2017) and Bodies & Souls (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2016). Jess O’Rear (Artistic Engagement Strategist) is an artist, scholar and activist currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Performance as Public Practice at The University of Texas at Austin. His research focuses on performance work by, for and about transgender people in the United States, with an emphasis on live performance as a vehicle for creating connection through personal narrative storytelling. He also currently serves as the assistant instructor for the Gender and Sexuality Center’s Peers for Peers-for-Pride program. Bex Orton (Community Engagement Coordinator) has been a member of the community engagement teams at Texas Theatre and Dance for UTNT (UT New Theatre) (2017), Little Women the Broadway Musical and Lost Girl (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2016). Orton will be graduating in May 2018 with a B.A. in Theatre and Dance and plans to continue working as a teaching artist in Austin, Texas. Malyssa Quiles (Sound Designer) is a thirdyear B.A. in Theatre and Dance major with an emphasis in performer’s process and design and technology. She has designed work for numerous student productions and has run sound for Teatro Vivo and Shrewd Productions. Recent design credits include The Last Ones


CREATIVE Out (Round About Players), Bloodthirsty Fiends and El Camino de Hierro (The Cohen New Works Festival, 2017). Hannah Wolf (Director) is a director, dramaturg, teacher and creative producer originally from Juneau, Alaska. She makes new work for the stage and explores new ways of making work in the rehearsal room. Recent projects include: TITLE LOADING (Fusebox Festival/Cohen New Works Festival (2017)), The Bigot (UTNT (UT New Theatre), 2017), Dry Land (UT Directing

Studio Project) and The Sky Game (Peppercorn Theatre). She’s developed new plays with Perseverance Theatre, TerraNOVA Collective, Columbia University and NYU, among others. She has a bachelor’s degree from Western Washington University and trained extensively with the SITI Company. Member: 2012 Lincoln Center Directors Lab; 2014/15 Soho Rep Writer/ Director Lab. Fellowships: Fulbright (Bucharest, Romania). Wolf will receive her M.F.A. in Directing from The University of Texas at Austin in 2018. hannahjwolf.com.

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CAST

Annemarie Alaniz

Natasha Cosme Batista

Caroline Beagles

Adrian Collins

Lea Donenberg

Manuela Guerra

Jade Jackson

Kayla Johnson

Brooke Loye

Sarah Maggard

Bella Medina

Carleigh Newland

Ariana Pleasure

Francis Rodriguez

Brisa Shaw

Christiana Thomas

Megan Todd

Juleeane Villarreal

Lauren Weik

Jill Young


CAST Annemarie Alaniz (Jeffrey Skilling) began performing in middle school in the Rio Grande Valley. Most recently, she was seen as “Ritu” in Anon(ymous) (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2017), “Emily” in Gondal (UTNT (UT New Theatre), 2017), “Nina” in Lost Girl (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2016) and “Molly Aster” in Peter and the Starcatcher (Thirteen O’Clock Theatre). After graduating in 2019, Alaniz plans to move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in television and film. Natasha Cosme Batista (Raptor) is a first-year UTeach Theatre major at The University of Texas at Austin. She has an extensive background in acting and choreography and has recently been seen in One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest and En Memoire. Caroline Beagles (Andy Fastow) is a secondyear B.F.A. in Acting major at The University of Texas at Austin. She was recently seen as “Mrs. Laius/Bird/Nice American Mother/Chorus” in Anon(ymous) (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2017) and in several projects as part of the Cohen New Works Festival (2017). Upon graduation, Beagles plan to move to Los Angeles. Adrian Collins (Lehman Brother/Board Member/Trader 2/Geek 1) is a fourth-year B.A. in Theatre and Dance major with an emphasis in performer’s process at The University of Texas at Austin. She has been seen in The Wolves (Hyde Park Theatre), DNA (Capital T Theatre) and Please Open Your Mouth (The Cohen New Works Festival, 2015) as well as several new works. Collins is a company member at Hyde Park Theatre. adriancollins.com Lea Donenberg (Trader 8/Ramsay/JP Morgan Analyst/Board Member) is a first-year B.F.A. in Acting major at The University of Texas at Austin originally from Chicago, Illinois. Recent roles include “Morticia” in The Addams Family and “Katherine” in The Taming of the Shrew. Manuela Guerra (Fastow Lawyer/Trader 4/ Skilling’s Daughter) is a second-year B.A. in Theatre and Dance major also pursuing a degree

in journalism at The University of Texas at Austin. Recent works include “Frida” in Luna (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2017) and as a company member in Godspell. She will be on stage with Texas Theatre and Dance this spring in Loverboy (UTNT (UT New Theatre), 2018). Jade Jackson (Security Guard/Trader 1) is a B.F.A. in Acting major at The University of Texas at Austin. She has an extensive background in acting and dance. Jackson was recently seen as “Naja/Chorus” in Anon(ymous) (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2017), “Anna” in Girls in Cars Underwater (UTNT (UT New Theatre), 2016) and as “Amber” in Gondal (UTNT (UT New Theatre), 2017). She was also involved in the Cohen New Works Festival (2017). Kayla Johnson (Ken Lay) is a first-year B.F.A. in Acting major at The University of Texas at Austin. She began acting in her hometown of Houston, Texas where she received a Tommy Tune Award nomination for Best Leading Actress for her role as “Ti Moune” in Once on This Island (Aldine Senior High School). She served as a light board operator for The Drowsy Chaperone (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2017). This is her first mainstage production with Texas Theatre and Dance. Brooke Loye (Trader 7/Richard Grubman/Police Officer) is a first-year B.F.A. in Acting major at The University of Texas. This will be her first mainstage production with Texas Theatre and Dance. Previous roles include “Queen Elizabeth I” in Elizabeth Red (UIL One-Act Play Competition). Sarah Maggard (Raptor) is a third-year B.F.A. in Dance major at The University of Texas at Austin. She has worked with choreographers Tiffany Arnold, Heidi Latsky and Wayne M. Smith, among others. Maggard has performed with Collin College Dance Ensemble, Elledanceworks, Hulu, Muscle Memory Dance Theatre (M2DT) and Dance Repertory Theatre. Bella Medina (Claudia Roe) is a second-year B.F.A. in Acting major at The University of Texas


CAST at Austin. She was recently seen as “Portia” in The Merchant of Venice (UT Director’s Studio, 2017) and as “Doña Claudia/El Coyote” in El Camino de Hierro (The Cohen New Works Festival, 2017). Upon graduating, Medina plans to move to Los Angeles, California. This is her first mainstage production with Texas Theatre and Dance. Carleigh Newland (Sheryl Sloman/Congresswoman/Irene Gant) is a second-year B.A. in Theatre and Dance major with an emphasis in performer’s process. Most recently, she performed as “Anne” in Gondal (UTNT (UT New Theatre), 2017). She also enjoys writing, directing and activist work. Her original play, A Singularity, premiered at the Cohen New Works Festival (2017).

Christiana Thomas (US Senator/Trader 6/ Deutsche Bank Analyst/Board Member) is a B.A. in Theatre and Dance major at The University of Texas at Austin. She began performing collegiate level theatre at the age of 16. She has been focusing on technical theatre during her time at Texas Theatre and Dance, operating media for Twelfth Night (2016) and has served as an intern in the scene shop at Texas Performing Arts. This is her first mainstage performance with Texas Theatre and Dance. Megan Todd (Skilling Lawyer/Trader 5/Reporter) is a B.A. in Theatre and Dance major also pursuing a major in cultural anthropology at The University of Texas at Austin. She has recently been seen in Telephone.

Ariana Pleasure (Gayle Davenport/Analyst/ Secretary) is a first-year B.F.A. in Acting major at The University of Texas at Austin. She has been performing for 13 years in various productions. This is her first mainstage performance with Texas Theatre and Dance.

Juleeane Villarreal (Trader 9/CITI Bank Analyst/ Judge) is a first-year B.A. in Theatre and Dance major with an emphasis in performer’s process at The University of Texas at Austin. This is her first mainstage production with Texas Theatre and Dance.

Francis Rodriguez (Raptor) is a fourth-year UTeach Dance major at The University of Texas at Austin. Rodriguez has performed choreography by Netta Yerushalmy, Jeremy Arnold and Oluwaseun S. Olayiwola, among others. She recently completed a semester abroad at Centre National de Danse Contemporaine in Angers, France and presented her choreography as part of Fall For Dance (2017).

Lauren Weik (Elise Deluka/Prostitute/Hewitt/ Geek 2) is a second-year B.F.A. in Acting major pursing a minor in arts management at The University of Texas at Austin. Recent projects include “Francis Burroughs/Sarah Good” in The Crucible (Texas Theatre and Dance, 2017) and Intro to Being Here (The Cohen New Works Festival, 2017). Weik also works with women creatives and artists within the Austin community.

Brisa Shaw (Trader 10/Board Member/Photographer/Employee) is a first-year UTeach Theatre major at The University of Texas at Austin. She has an extensive background in acting, including short films. She was recently seen in The Merchant of Venice (UT Director’s Studio Project) and will be on stage with Texas Theatre and Dance this spring in Loverboy ((UTNT) UT New Theatre, 2018).

Jill Young (Lehman Brother/Trader 3/Arthur Anderson) is a second-year B.F.A. in Acting major and Forty Acres Scholar at The University of Texas at Austin. She was recently seen in The Festival is Cock-a-Doodle Now, Zoom & Focus the Musical and Uncastable (The Cohen New Works Festival, 2017). She is a member of Gigglepants and Snafu improve troupes.


CREW ASSISTANT DIRECTORS DAVID ESTES HELEN HETRICK ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER YESSMEEN MOHARRAM SECOND ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGERS ALY REDLAND ERIC SECOR ASSISTANT DRAMATURGS HAILEY BAILEY ELISE PETERSON ASSISTANT SCENIC DESIGNER JACOB CAIRE ASSISTANT LIGHTING DESIGNERS ASHTON MURPHY KENDRA WILEY ASSISTANT PROJECTION DESIGNER MINGXIANG YA ASSISTANT TECHNICAL DIRECTORS MEGGIE HUNT ALY REDLAND ASSISTANT SOUND DESIGNER JESSICA SELL COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TEAM LAURA EPPERSON LILY GONZALES SIRI GURUDEV SCENIC STUDIO SUPERVISOR J.E. JOHNSON SCENIC ART SUPERVISOR KAREN MANESS ASSOCIATE SCENIC STUDIO SUPERVISOR JASON HUERTA MASTER CARPENTER HANK SCHWEMMER GRADUATE PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS IMAN CORBANI TUCKER GOODMAN ROXY MOJICA ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS SAMANTHA HINDERT ALY REDLAND

PRODUCTION LEADS JACOB CAIRE CAROL ENDICOTT LIAM DOLAN-HENDERSON JARED WAYNE HORN CHRISTINA JANSEN ASHTON MURPHY REED NEAL BRIAN NGUYEN GOBI-KLA VONAN HENRY WHEATLEY-RUTNER PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS MADELYN CONSOLDANE NATASHA COSME BATISTA DARSHAN DESAI CECILLIA IBARRA JADE JACKSON TAYLOR JONES JUAN LEYVA ERIC RAMIREZ LUKE STODGHILL ASSISTANT SCENIC ART SUPERVISOR KRISTINA TIJERINA SCENIC STUDIO INTERNS JACOB FOSTER ANTONIO SERVIN DYLAN SCHMIDT HAILEY STRADER GUSTAVO ZAMARRIPA FALL 2017 SCENIC ART CLASS AL BALI IMAN CORBANI TUCKER GOODMAN CAITLIN GRAHAM LAURA GONZALEZ MIKAELA KELAREK AARON KUBACAK ASHTON MURPHY MARIKA WYNN FALL 2017 RAPTOR CLASS DELENA BRADLEY JACOB CAIRE CASEY CANAMAR CHEN CHUN-KANG SAMANTHA GASHETTE CAITLYN GRAHAM JOSEPH HARRINGTON DAVID HERNANDEZ CHRISTINA JANSEN JUSTIN LIU VANESSA LOPEZ ASHTON MURPHY ALLEGRA THOMAS NAT WATKINS XINDI XU PROP SHOP SUPERVISOR REBECCA SWITZER ASSISTANT PROP SHOP SUPERVISOR CAROLYN HARDIN PROP MASTER R. SWITZER

PROP SHOP GRADUATE ASSISTANT ZOE ANDERSEN

WIG AND MAKEUP SPECIALIST ALLISON LOWERY

PROP ARTISANS MADELEINE HAYES DI MARTINEZ MORGAN STUART TAYLOR TRAVIS

WIG ASSISTANT J. DYLAN GIBSON

PROP STOCK MANAGER JACKIE PEREZ PROPS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT JACKIE PEREZ PROPS CONSTRUCTION CREW KATIE GARCIA GEORGINA GARZA MORGAN RIDDLE DALYNN GRACE WATSON SCENERY/PROPS CREW MEREDITH FISLER JACOB GARZA ERIK MARTINEZ KACI PELLAS COSTUME SHOP SUPERVISOR NANETTE ACOSTA COSTUME SHOP ASSOCIATE SUPERVISOR DARCY WEBERG DRAPERS SARAH ALDRIDGE BETTY CHLYSTEK 1ST HANDS SAMANTHA GASHETTE AARON KUBACAK VANESSA LOPEZ STITCHERS MIA BARRERA MORGAN BROMGARD LAURA GONZALEZ JANIE MACKLIN ADVANCED COSTUME PRODUCTION CREW TEACHING ASSISTANTS CHUN KANG CHEN VANESSA LOPEZ COSTUME PRODUCTION CREW SULTAN ABBOUSHI ANNEMARIE ALANIZ ALAYA BALDERAS-GALLEGO GRACE BOHN DARLESIA CARTER TAIZHA CHRISTENSEN KYLE CORDOVA JENNIFER GOMEZ EMMA HUFF CASSIDY KAYE MORRIS JUDE MARTINEZ HAILEY ROBERTS KINSEY SHACKELFORD

WARDROBE CREW SUPERVISOR JOSEPH HARRINGTON WARDROBE CREW DAVID CRUZ KAYLA EISENBERG ZOE LONG JESSE MINNE EMMA VOORHIES RAPTOR WRANGLERS LAURA GONZALEZ ASHTON MURPHY THOMAS SALAS COSTUME CRAFTS SUPERVISOR TANYA OLALDE COSTUME CRAFTS ASSISTANTS ALEXANDER GREER MARIKA WYNNE COSTUME STOCK SUPERVISOR DESIREE HUMPHRIES COSTUME SHOP ASSISTANTS SAMANTHA GASHETTE TORI HUSTINGS COSTUME STOCK ASSISTANTS CECELIA IBARRA ALFY LINDSEY TEXAS PERFORMING ARTS MASTER ELECTRICIAN MIKELA COWAN PRODUCTION ELECTRICIAN CASEY CANAMAR TEXAS PERFORMING ARTS LIGHTING SUPERVISOR JEFF ELLINGER SENIOR LIGHTING TECHNICIANS AARON CURRY MERCEDES MCCLEARY JIAJING QI AUSTIN SHIRLEY KENDRA WILEY TEXAS THEATRE AND DANCE LIGHTING SUPERVISOR JEANETTE YEW


CREW (CONTINUED) TEXAS THEATRE AND DANCE LIGHTING CREW JOSE FIGEROA JENNIFER HERNANDEZ ADRIANA SCAMARDI STEVEN SCHWOPE BRISA SHAW GEORGE VELASQUEZ MAX WESTLUND TEXAS PERFORMING ARTS LIGHTING CREW BEN GALVAN JAKE BRINKS ALEX JEREB ADRIANA LARA MICHAEL LOGUE LIGHT BOARD OPERATOR NATALIE BROUSSARD SPOT LIGHT OPERATORS ANNIE HARRIS TAYLOR JONES AMANDA MOOGERFELD JACOB STEIN AUDIO SUPERVISOR MIKE MALAK

ASSOCIATE AUDIO SUPERVISOR KENNY KUYKENDALL AUDIO PRODUCTION STUDENT CREW WYATT LASTER MILA LUNA MALYSSA QUILES JESSICA SELL SOUND BOARD OPERATOR SAMANTHA OMARI MEDIA SHOP SUPERVISOR ELIOT FISHER MEDIA GRADUATE ASSISTANTS JESSE EASDON KAIWEN FA ALEX GENDAL ROBERT MALLIN MINGXIANG YA MEDIA SHOP CREW CHRISTIAN COFFEY ADRIAN LOPEZ NEHA SUKUMAR

MEDIA BOARD OPERATOR CHRIS CLARK MEDIA PROGRAMMER GRIFFIN HANSON STAGE MANAGEMENT ADVISOR RUSTY CLOYES COSTUME DESIGN ADVISOR SUSAN MICKEY COSTUME TECHNOLOGY ADVISOR JAMES GLAVAN LIGHTING DESIGN ADVISOR MICHELLE HABECK INTEGRATED MEDIA DESIGN ADVISOR SVEN ORTEL SCENIC DESIGN ADVISOR WILLIAM BLOODGOOD SOUND DESIGN ADVISOR CAROLINA PEREZ

DRAMATURGY/COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ADVISORS MEGAN ALRUTZ ANDREW CARLSON LIZ ENGELMAN ACADEMIC PRODUCTION MANAGER JEFF GRAPKO PHOTOGRAPHER LAWRENCE PEART GRAPHIC DESIGNER JEFF GRAY SPECIAL THANKS LUCY PREBBLE MARK SUBIAS LESLIE SWACKHAMER CRAIG POSPISIL STEVEN DIETZ KJ SANCHEZ LIZ ENGELMAN DENKA WANGDI DILLON YRUEGAS KRISTEN HOGAN UT AUSTIN GENDER AND SEXUALITY CENTER RON PARDINI ZOE MORSETTE SARAH KING AND QUANTUM

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Texas Theatre and Dance February 21 - March 4, 2018 Tickets at Jointhedrama.org

ENRON  

Texas Theatre and Dance February 21 - March 4, 2018 Tickets at Jointhedrama.org

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