Actor - Macbeth, King John, Titus Andronicus (2010, 1995), Richard III, The Skin of Our Teeth, Henry VI, Who's Afriad of Virginia Woolf, Coriolanus, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Taming of the Shrew, A Touch of the Poet, The Winter's Tale, Ballad of Young Will Jones, The Bind, Timon of Athens, Midsummer Night's Dream (1998), Richard II, Two Noble Kinsmen, Julius Caesar, As You Like It (1997), Cymbeline, Measure for Measure, Love's Labour's Lost, Twelfth Night (1995), Pericles
With twenty-five years of experience working in the professional theatre predominately as an actor, Erin has also served as a voice and text coach, developed acting classes for both youth and adults, directed and is now the Artistic Director of GreenStage. Erin’s training began at Westminster College then off to the Professional Actor Training Program at Ohio University and The Shakespeare Theatre in Washington D.C. It is her belief that Acting is about telling the truth. That truth is discovered by exploration and analysis of text, physicality, and one’s understanding of the world of the play, as well as, an individual’s experience. This, coupled with a passion to communicate that truth, is what Erin considers great acting.
For the past over 20 years, Eve Hammond has directed, educated and taught both Theatre Arts and Integrative Arts throughout the Seattle/Mercer Island/Bothell and Woodinville area schools and theatres. Working for Seattle Children's Theatre, Youth Theatre Northwest and both Northshore and Seattle School Districts, she created and managed student theatre companies serving families with multiple ranges of kids from preschool to college. She was the Education Coordinator for the Washington Shakespeare Company in Olympia, WA, helping to implement their popular "Apprentice" program in which high school actors and technicians worked alongside adults in "real world" theatre experiences. In her spare time, she was the Artistic Director of Vagabond Productions and Northshore Neworks Youth Theatre as well as being on the Washington State Board of Education teams for creating and implementing theatre arts standards to all teachers. She has a lovely husband and two talented and creative kids plus a dog and assorted cats. She loves her clan full of friends and looks forward to bringing her enthusiasm for teaching Shakespeare to young people through the open door of GreenStage.
Actor - The Frog Prince, Renton Park Elementary School (1968).
Greg is a theatre fan, and in addition to serving as marketing director for GreenStage is a member and past president of the board at Balagan Theatre. At Balagan he played "The Mayor" in the opening performance of Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog in 2010, which fortunately did not harm attendance at following shows! In addition to theatre Greg enjoys stargazing and writes the blog SeattleAstronomy.com. He also enjoys baseball, music, writing, reading, gardening, and wine. He and his wife Cynthia live in West Seattle where they run Scheiderer Partners, a strategic communication and public affairs consulting firm. He has more than 30 years of experience in journalism, media relations, public relations, and public policy advocacy.
Director - Macbeth (2010, 2001), Two Gentlemen of Verona, Henry Vi, Merry Wives of Windsor, Timon of Athens, The Two Noble Kinsmen
Actor - Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Merchant of Venice, Taming of the Shrew, Henry IV part one, Much Ado About Nothing, Ballad of Young Will Jones, The Bind, The Rout of Chaos, A Midsummer Night's Dream (1998, 1994, 1993), Richard II, Julius Caesar, As You Like It (1997), Cymbeline, Measure for Measure, Love's Labour's Lost, Twelfth Night (1995), Pericles, Titus Andronicus (1995)
Ken is also an actor, director, graphic designer, photographer, and proud father. He has been working with GreenStage since 1993, when he performed in A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the company. Since then, he has acted in many shows with GreenStage, directed several others, built sets, sewed costumes, glued props together, painted floors, planned seasons, written checks and filled out many grant applications and tax forms. Ken has also appeared at several other theaters in Seattle, such as Book-It Repertory Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Theater Schmeater, Taproot, ArtsWest, Centerstage, and others.
Director - Twelfth Night (2008), Merchant of Venice, Squish
Actor - Macbeth (2010), King John, Titus Andronicus (2009), Richard III, The Skin of Our Teeth, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Coriolanus, The Night of the Iguana, Taming of the Shrew, Troilus and Cressida, The Winter's Tale, Ballad of Young Will Jones, Volpone, Timon of Athens
Amelia also works as an actor, director, stage manager and voice over artist. After graduating with a BFA in Theater Performance from Hofstra University in New York, Amelia moved to Seattle and began working with GreenStage as a Stage Manager for Richard II. Since then, she has acted in many shows with GreenStage, as well as directed Squish!, Merchant of Venice and Twelfth Night. Amelia spent time in the early 2000’s on the GreenStage Board of Directors as President and Treasurer, and is very happy to be settled into her staff role of handling communications, including marketing and PR as well as managing talent and casting. She has also worked with several other Seattle theaters such as Theater Schmeater, Balagan, Macha Monkey, Taproot and others. Amelia believes live theater is a vital part of community and the human condition. Go see a play.
Actor - Macbeth (2010), Richard III, Henry VI, Henry V
Meredith acts, bellydances, writes, and dialect coaches--all in random locations around the Puget Sound region. She has played many witches and dead boys for GreenStage since she joined the company in 2005. She has also sewn costumes, hauled gear, swept and mopped floors, and cleaned fake blood off of sets (and her feet). When not working in theatre, she spends her time writing fiction, climbing walls of fake rocks, and cooking and baking. Her favorite team sports to watch are baseball and curling, and her favorite team sport to play is snowshoe badminton.