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JAG has been acting since childhood, living in LA. New York and Seattle and has also enjoyed performing in New Orleans, Dublin and Provincetown. He’s been a member of several theater companies, including EAT, Wings, and Medicine Show in New York and is currently a member of Turbo Turkey Sketch and Improv group here in Seattle. JAG is thrilled to be working with Tod and this incredible cast to bring Max and the Ghost Light script to life. Some of JAGs favorite roles in well-known plays have been "No Sex Please, We’re British” (Brian) “To Kill a Mockingbird” (Heck Tate) and “I Hate Hamlet” (Andrew). JAG truly loves to work on original plays and create new characters. Some other new works that you’ve never heard of are "The Jocker", "Alley of Masks", “Putnam”, “Break” and “The Thinnest Woman with The Fewest Wrinkles Wins”. Although his first love is always the stage, JAG has also worked in commercials, print ads, TV (“Ed", "One Life to Life", "100 Centre St.” and of course “Law & Order") and films (“Tomorrow Never Comes”, “Ringers”, "Simple Revenge”). Thanks to Zeke for the constant support and to you, the audience, for coming out to see live theater. Enjoy!
Shauntal is from the great potato state of Idaho! She has trained at Central Washington’s BFA Program with a specialization in Musical Theater. She has worked in various theater companies across Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon. Shauntal was recently seen as; Belle/Rose/Ensemble at SecondStory Repertory’s Production of “A Christmas Carol”, Soul Girl/Apostle in Jesus Christ Superstar at Tacoma Little Theater, The Blue Fairy in “Pinocchio” at Broadway Rose, and Beatrice at Icicle Creek's Center for the Performing Art’s, in"Much Ado About Nothing”. Shauntal's main goal in theater is to intake and share the experience of life and humanity. Shauntal is honored to be working with this ensemble!
Reid Watson is an actor and musician from Kirkland, WA. He was most recently seen as Sir Walter Blunt in Greenstage's Shakespeare in the Park production of Henry IV, Part One. He is also a recent graduate of Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA, where some of his favorite roles have included Edmund in King Lear, Sorin in The Seagull, and Feste in Twelfth Night. Reid is elated to be a part of this show, and get to work with such a wonderful, talented group of artists.
Kaitlyn Lunardi has been performing onstage since she was five years old. Originally a dancer, Kaitlyn eventually found her way into the dramatic arts through community theatre and has been hooked ever since. After attending NYU's Atlantic Acting school, and an internship at Walt Disney World, Kaitlyn moved across the country to explore the west coast industry. Previous works include Fern Shakespeare's Bat-Hamlet (Ophelia) and By The Seat of Our Theatre's The Sending Stone (Aiden Anyone), as well as several short films. Kaitlyn will be returning to New York, following Ghost Light, to continue to grow in her career.
Àngels Ratés is a Spanish actress and dancer currently located in Seattle, Washington. She received most of her training in Barcelona at the Coco Comín School of Performing Arts before moving to the United States for work. Once in the states, she was trained under Gregg Gilmore by the Meisner technique and has recently come back from New York, where she completed a summer full-time acting program at the Neighborhood Playhouse. She has also participated in the feature “The New Year” and is very excited to make her theater debut with Ghost Light!
LIAM SCHLOSSER IS Performing as William in ”Ghostlight". Liam is a 3rd-year transfer student from the Cornish College of the Arts Musical Theatre Department. He has been involved in theatre since the age of seven, performing in his native hometown of Ukiah, California. He recently earned his Associates Degree in Theatre Arts at his former community college in Mendocino County. Liam’s most recent productions include ”James and the Giant Peach” at Cornish College of the Arts. ”The Wizard of Oz”, “Chicago” “American Idiot”, “Cherry Orchard", “Arcadia”, “The Matchmaker”, and “Legally Blonde the Musical".
Daniel is a Seattle based artist, working in film, comedy, and theater. Previous work includes Thomas Edison in The Light: The Tesla Projekt at the 34th NW New Works Festival, June and July Sketch-comedy Coaster show by Core Ensemble, Lord Mortimer in Henry IV: Part 1 at Key City Public Theater and is composing original guitar music and playing Alto in Tulips of Fury, coming to the Jewelbox Theater Fall 2018. He has adapted scripts for young audiences for the children’s theater he co-founded at Olympic Theater Arts in Sequim Washington. He completes his degree in Theater as Writer/Actor/Director at Cornish College in December 2018.
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