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While the full 10th Anniversary Season Ensemble has yet to be gathered, we do know who some of the key players will be...
Ladies and Gentlemen, our Directors
Greg Taber: Macbeth
Greg holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of Southern California. He has acted locally for a number of companies on and off since 1982. For five years he produced, directed, and acted in productions for Theatre Ventoux, a local company he founded with his wife, Lisa. With Theatre Ventoux he acted in and directed This Flattering Glass: An Adaptation of William Shakespeare's Richard II, played Lord Byron in Childe Byron and directed King Lear. With the Woodward Shakespeare Festival, he played Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet (Season 1), and Antonio in The Merchant of Venice. He continues a 30 year fascination with and study of acting, performing, and theatre, and is beyond looking forward to what's about to happen.
Aaron Spjute: The Taming of the Shrew
Aaron studied theatre at FCC, BYU, and at the University of Exeter in England. Currently, he teaches a variety of theatre and English courses at several local colleges. He was featured as Sir John Falstaff in Season 8s The Merry Wives of Windsor and directed our 9th season production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Julie Ann Keller: The Tempest
Julie Ann studied dance/theater at UCSC and UCB while earning her BA in Biology. She is the owner and director of California Arts Academy where she teaches dance and drama. For seven years she directed summer Shakespeare plays for teenage actors. She co-founded Artists’ Repertory Theater, where she has produced, acted (All In The Timing, The Rocky Horror Show), and directed (Rabbit Hole). She served on the WSF Artistic Team and did sound design for The Merry Wives of Windsor, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Inherit The Wind.