Reed Flores (Directing/ Literary Intern) is so elated to be the Directing/Literary intern at Seattle Rep! A recent directing alum of California State University, Fullerton, Reed has directed professionally across Southern California. He is currently situated in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he's acted for New Conservatory Theatre Center and Bindlestiff Studio. Reed has directed with PlayGround SF, Bindlestiff Studio, Long Beach Playhouse, OC-Centric New Play Festival, Grand Central Art Center, and is a resident artist of The Wayward Artist in Santa Ana, CA. In his free time, you can catch Reed singing loudly, cooking very aromatic food, or taking photos. He enjoys bubble baths, long walks on the beach, and hopes to run for Miss America; he hopes you'll vote for him.
Yanci Huezo (Youth Engagement Intern) is a former National Thespian Honor Society member and President of her school’s theater Honor Society. She has co-written two plays, El Otro Lado, that deals with immigration in the Hispanic community and Who We Are, that focuses on the struggles of teens’ mental health. She is currently in the process of earning her degree in theater at Hudson County Community College. She aspires to be an arts educator and an advocate for diversity and equality in her community.
Gabrielle Lai Duong (Scenic Arts—Paint Intern) is a Scenic Painter from Orange County, CA. She recently graduated with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and a minor in Studio Art from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. She loves the ocean, her Vietnamese culture and she hopes to use her voice to advocate for others. www.gabrielle-duong.com
Jamie “James” Coblentz (Scenic Arts—Props Intern) is thrilled to be joining the Seattle Rep family as their prop Intern this year! She is from sunny California but got her Theatre degree in Arizona at Grand Canyon University. She has been on/backstage for her whole life. Props designing such shows as You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (AZ), The Importance of Being Earnest (CA), and Two Gentlemen of Verona (AZ). She has also been nominated for a Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival award for her properties design for Tartuffe (AZ). She wishes to thank her mother, sister, and brother-in-law for always supporting and believing in her. (2 Timothy 4:17)
Abigail Wang (Lighting Design Apprentice) is a lighting designer hailing from Boston, MA. She is very excited to be a part of Seattle Rep’s PATP program. Previously, she has been a lighting design apprentice at Dorset Theatre Festival in Dorset, VT, and at Walt Disney World Live Entertainment in Orlando, FL. Recent design credits include: The View Upstairs, SpeakEasy Stage, Turning the Tide, Moonbox Productions; We Create Festival 2019, Danza Organica; Safety Net, NYU's Tisch School of the Arts; Perfect Arrangement, UMass Lowell; The Earth Room, Fresh Ink Theatre; Heathers, Priscilla Beach Theatre; What We’re Up Against, Women’s Project (Asst.) B.F.A. NYU Tisch. abigailwangdesign.com
Annika Perez-Krikorian (Directing/ Casting Intern) is an early-career director with a B.A. in Theatre Arts and a minor in Public Relations from Gonzaga University. After graduating in 2018, she attended the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center as an Advanced Director, where she received amazing mentorship from a variety of theater professionals. Some of her favorite directing credits include Next to Normal, Stupid F*cking Bird, and a Splash production of Constellations. She is a proud Seattle native who has grown up seeing Seattle Rep productions, and is thrilled to be joining the Seattle Rep team for the 2019/20 season.
Anna Vraney (Stage Management Intern) is a graduate of Western Washington University, having concentrated in Technical Theatre and Stage Management. She has been a part of stage management teams at Village Theatre KIDSTAGE and recently helped mentor stage management students with Intiman Theatre's Starfish Project, as well as at The 5th Avenue Theatre's Rising Star Project. She also served as a Drama Assistant for Shorewood High School's theater department for their 2018-2019 school year. Some past favorite credits include Clybourne Park, Les Miserables, Always... Patsy Cline, and Chicago.
Madisen Crowley (Stage Management Intern) is delighted to be working with Seattle Rep on their 2019/2020 season! She recently graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a B.F.A. in Design and Technical Theatre and a minor in Gender Studies. Some of her previous credits include Take Me Out with The Strawberry Theatre Workshop; The Master and Margarita with theater simple; Twelfth Night with The Changing Scene; Brighton Beach Memoirs, The Velveteen Rabbit, and Peter and the Starcatcher with the Lakewood Playhouse. Madisen recently moved to the Seattle area after serving as the Production Stage Manager for the Lakewood Institute of Theatre. You can follow along with her adventures via social media: @madisencrowleysm
Alyssa Woodbury (Development Apprentice) is an actor, mover, and artist of many mediums. She recently graduated from Cornish College of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Theater, concentrating in Original Works. Current projects include performing in Mueller Report Live, writing/producing a comedic webseries with a group of Seattle artists, and honing her guitar playing/vocal skills. Craving a deeper understanding of how non-profit theater organizations operate, Alyssa is eager to begin her Apprenticeship in Development
Antonieta Carpio (Production Management Apprentice) A Design and Dramatic Arts graduate from the University of California, Davis, Antonieta has worked both on and off stage. Her most recent credits include stage managing End of Sex (Victory Theater), The Times (Teatro Luna, her resident theater company), Dr. Dubois and Miss Ovington (Robey Theater Company). Her previous training also includes costume, properties, and sound design. Originally from El Salvador by way of Los Angeles, Antonieta is skilled in producing events that allow diverse groups, particularly Latinx, to collaborate and showcase. She is excited to bring her skill set to Seattle and Seattle Rep.