Let's Talk Tech is a monthly Seattle Rep podcast that goes behind the scenes with technical theater professionals to get the inside scoop on their careers, the industry, and the roles that we don't see on stage. From stage managers, to technical directors, to crew, each episode highlights a different theater professional from the Seattle area and beyond.

Episode 21


In our latest episode, Director of Arts Engagement Nabra Nelson interviews local stage manager and Seattle Rep COVID Manager Jessica Bomball about creating COVID safety guidelines for The Winter’s Tale, preparing to open Seattle Rep to the public in 2022, and more.


Meet the Artists


Jessica Bomball

Stage Manager and Seattle Rep COVID Manager

Steven Tran

Composer, Music Producer, and Theater Artist

Ruth Gilmore

Master Scenic Artist

Nathan Kahler

Head Audio Engineer for the Bagley Wright Theater, Seattle Rep

Emily W. Leong

Lighting Designer

Lex Marcos

Scenic Designer

JoJo Nieves

Audio Engineer and Event Producer

Timothy White Eagle

Scenic Designer and Performance Artist

Connie Yun

Lighting Designer

Angie Zylla

Properties Artisan

Desirae Brownlee

Master Electrician

Sharath Patel

Sound Designer

Danielle Nieves

Costume Designer

Maggie Carrido Adams

Wardrobe Technician, Interdisciplinary Artist

Sann Hall

Production Manager

Shay Trusty

Stage Manager

Aaron Alonso

Production Manager

Caitlin Denney-Turner

Stage Manager

Elisabeth Farwell-Moreland

Producing Director

Adrienne Mendoza

Stage Manager

Anne Hitt

Stage Manager


Madisen Crowley

2019/20 Stage Management Apprentice

Nabra Nelson

Director of Arts Engagement

Seattle Rep's Let's Talk Tech podcast was originally conceived by 2019/20 Professional Arts Training Program Stage Management Apprentice Madisen Crowley.

Pictured: Aishé Keita and Michael Wieser in Familiar (2018). Photo by Navid Baraty.