Eclectic Theater – September 8, 2014

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 daniel_brockley-1565 copy Daniel Brockley Young Lad/Ben Nicolson in The Pitman Painters and Middle Scrooge in Christmas Carol at ACT Theatre; Proteus in Two Gentlemen of Verona and Valere in The Miser at Seattle Shakespeare Company; Frank Churchill in Emma, Dwayne in Plain Song, Leonard Bast in Howards End, and Eric in If I Die in a Combat Zone at Book-It Repertory Theatre. Regionally, he performed with the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Willamette Repertory Theatre, Center Repertory Theatre and more. Film & TV credits: The Librarians, The Hit List, Go Man, Go. Daniel is also a writer, director and filmmaker.
 katedanley Kate Danley is a USA Today bestselling author. Titles include The Woodcutter, Maggie for Hire, and Queen Mab.  She has over 300+ theatrical credits to her name spanning her 25-year career. She trained in sketch and improv at The Groundlings, Acme Comedy Theatre, and UCB. She did stand-up at The Comedy Store and Ice House.  Film & television credits: America’s Most Wanted, Parks and Recreation, and Homicide: Life in the Streets. She trained in on-camera puppetry with Mr. Snuffleupagus and performed the head of a 20-foot dinosaur on an NBC pilot.  She lost on Hollywood Squares.  http://www.katedanley.com
 20140905_151557 Kim Deskin Regional: Macbeth; Death Behind The Tabloids; Let’s Murder Marsha. Film: Snow Day, Bloody Snow Day. Directing: Of Mice And Men, Othello, As You Like It. BA in Education, University of St. Thomas. MEd in Education, City University.
sarah Harris Sarah Harris has called Seattle home for the past 4 years and is an actor as well as a playwright. Her one-act play Sexual Healing will be part of this year’s Seattle Fringe Festival and will be performed here at Eclectic Theater. She has another project in development; a one-woman show Call Me Crazy. For more information about Sarah, check out at http://www.sarahmaureen.com
 Sierra Kagen Headshot Sierra Kagen is a recently-returned Seattle native, graduate of Brandeis University (BA) and Circle in the Square. The past few years, she has been living and working in Boston and Italy doing a mixture of contemporary theater, classics, musicals, and film. Since moving back to the Pacific Northwest, she is working in film, performing around the Seattle area with StoryBook Theater, and teaching at Studio East in Kirkland. She is a member of the Actor’s Equity EMC program, and a part of the TCM Agency family. Thank you for coming out to support Seattle’s local talent!
 ClickWest BarryO'Neil-167 (1) Barry O’Neil is a graduate of USC, where he appeared in How To Succeed… as Finch and in Grease as Doody. He acted in LA for nearly a decade, appearing on stage with ACME Comedy and The Actors’ Gang. Film and TV credits include Cold Case, Big Love, In the Hive, and the upcoming Wild.
 wes_tolman_0714_web_hs07 Wes Tolman recently moved to the Seattle area from Orem, UT, where he previously studied theater at Utah Valley University before graduating in 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Performance. Some of his favorite roles have included “Bottom” in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Sundance, “Aldolpho” in The Drowsy Chaperone, “Donkey” in Shrek: The Musical, and “Mr. Roat” in Wait Until Dark. He is represented currently in the Pacific NW by Big Fish NW Talent (www.bigfishnw.com). You can follow him on instagram @wesmanactor.
 Amberlee Williams Amberlee Williams received her B.A. from Oklahoma State University and has been living in Seattle as an actor and teaching artist ever since. Recent roles include Zoey in Don Juan in Chicago (Arouet), Wilbur in Charlotte’s Web (SecondStory Repertory), and working as a touring acting for Open Door Theatre.  As a teaching artist she has had the pleasure of working with many wonderful companies including Studio East, Village Theatre’s KIDSTAGE program, Seattle Theatre Group, and Seattle Children’s Theatre. Up next is the Seattle Fringe Festival with Studio4.

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