Meredith Armstrong (Facilities Manager)

What started as an act of convenience has turned into years of commitment to caring for GreenStage’s diverse assortment of theatrical goodies. From Fluffy the Deer to the smallest plastic kazoo, from Falstaff’s belly to Lear’s storm, from Juliet’s red dress to Bottom’s donkey ears, if it is in our collection, she will help you find it. (Actually, she’s a little scared by how much she knows about the contents of the storage space. For instance, she knows where all of those items are without having to look.) Thank you for coming out to the park and supporting live theatre!

Erin Day (Artistic Director)

Since moving from Washington D.C., she found a home in GreenStage and finds nothing grander than playing with them and with you. Around town, she has performed at Seattle Public Theater, Theatre Babylon, Seattle Fringe Festival, The Washingtonians! and others. She is currently a member of The Midnite Mystery Players and is honored to serve as Artistic Director for GreenStage. Thanks to her amazing family and especially to you. Enjoy the show!

Natalie Gress (Co-Managing Director)

Natalie fell in love with magic of GreenStage since she first started as an intern in 2013! Since then she has directed youth in the summer camps, became a tour manager, and then a technical director. She’s enjoyed acting in Midsummer, Merry Wives, and Comedy of Errors and looks forward to the many summers ahead of providing the community with free outdoor theatre – or as Erin would call it “food for the soul.” Outside the parks, she works as a theatre educator and hopes to inspire a love for the arts in future generations.

Ken Holmes (Co-Managing Director)

Since 1993, Ken has been working with GreenStage in many capacities. Before joining the company, he had never even read an entire Shakespeare play. Happily, and thanks to GreenStage, he is now proud to say he has taken part in productions of all 39 of Shakespeare’s 37 plays. Ken has worked as an actor, director, prop maker, set designer, graphic designer, photographer, board member, artistic director, managing director, and…well, pretty much everything that needs doing when producing theatre. In the real world, Ken is a graphic designer and photographer, and lives in Kent with his loverly wife Lisa, and their daughter Ruby.

Will Peterman (Web manager)

In college, Will tried to prove that Oxford wrote Shakespeare, but accidentally found that Spenser wrote Marlowe. (Stratford, yo!) After a few years as a code herder and half a career explaining programmers to other programmers, he chucked it all and ran off to chase bees. He’s probably stalking one now. Bees need dirt!

Michelle Rodriguez (Production Manager)

This is Michelle’s seventh year working with GreenStage and her fifth year as Production Manager. In years past she has stage managed for GreenStage on Taming of the Shrew (2012), Hamlet (2008) and Richard III (2007). Since receiving her BA in theatre at the University of Southern California, she has worked at theatres in and around Los Angeles, Portland, and Seattle. Local haunts include Burien Actors Theatre, Centerstage, ReAct, SecondStory Repertory, and Taproot Theatre. Love and thanks to her husband, Thomas, and their adorable new baby, Olivia.

Greg Scheiderer (Marketing Director)

Greg has been marketing director for GreenStage since 2012. He is a Shakespeare lover who has viewed the Bard’s entire canon, having finally checked off Timon of Athens and the Henry VI plays recently. In addition to theatre, Greg enjoys stargazing and writes and podcasts at His other interests include baseball, music, writing, reading, gardening, and baking. He and his wife Cynthia live in West Seattle with their cats Tommy and Tuppence. Greg is a freelance writer with more than 35 years of experience in journalism, media relations, public relations, and public policy advocacy.

Sarah Stillion (Education Director)

Sarah has taught drama for 19 years and been involved in theatre for over 25. She regularly teaches around the Puget Sound and has taught drama or directed a baker’s dozen of elementary schools, two middle schools, three high schools, two colleges and three parks and recreation programs. She got into teaching at Seattle Children’s Theatre as an intern and young teacher at Youth Theatre Northwest. She also cut her teeth at Stone Soup Theatre and SecondStory Repertory. She spent nearly seven years as the Education Director at The Driftwood Players in Edmonds. She once directed at New Everett Theatre and still shares a healthy relationship writing scripts and directing shows at Baylight Dinner Theatre at Warm Beach that is part of the Lights of Christmas. She has her B.A. in Theatre from Northwestern College and her MFA from California Institute of the Arts in Theatre Performance and Playwriting. She acts, writes, and directs wherever they enjoy her work and presence. She is a wife to her amazing mandolin playing husband and a Mama to her extraordinary-seventh grade son. Her current project is teaching the GreenStage Julius Caesar camp plus gearing up to obtain her degree to teach Special Ed and ELL to K-8 with some artistic projects on the side through her Bare Bones Productions.