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Natalie Farrell is an MA student in Theater Arts with an emphasis in performance. She got her B.A. from UCSC in 2016 in Theater with a minor in Literature. She has been seen in numerous productions at UCSC, Saddleback College, and Sacramento City College; her most recent role as Alice Bloomfield in UCSC's production of Zoot Suit. She plans to further her theatrical career after completing graduate school in the Bay area. She has interned at the California Shakespeare Theater Company and is particularly interested in working on politically driven and devised theatrical pieces.
Alyssa is currently serving as the Producing Artistic Director for The Barn Theater at UCSC. She is studying the necessity of social networking within an educational environment, especially in the context of theatrical learning environments. In addition to her work with BarnStorm, Alyssa is pursuing a career as a lighting designer. She has worked as a designer in the Bay Area for several years, but plans to move to New York City in the fall.
Noah Luce obtained his BFA in Acting from Cornish College of the Arts (2011) and is a graduate of PCPA (2008). While at UCSC, Noah has had the opportunity to fight choreograph and act in The Odyssey and Lion in the Streets. Some of his favorite roles include: Dionysus, in The Bacchae (GreenStage), Asmodeus in Creature (Theater Schmeater), The Duke in Comedy of Errors (Wooden O), Ray in Lonestar (quiet), and Bobby in Cabaret (PCPA).
Josh Orlando is a recent graduate from the University of California, Santa Cruz with an M.A. in Theater Arts as well as a B.A. in Legal Studies. Josh is interested in theater's role in mobilizing people to take political action in their communities. Through performance, Josh seeks to discover new ways of thinking about gender beyond the binary, both on and off the stage.