Eloy Gomez Orfila
Devising Team (actors/writers)
Dr. Ann Folino White
MSU DOT Production Manager
Media Editing Consultant
Dr. Alison Dobbins
Dr. Stephen Di Benedetto
Kasee is a small-town southern girl from Hazard, KY. She completed her Undergraduate degree at Morehead State University, KY, graduated in 2017 with a BA in Theatre. She is now pursuing her MFA in Theatre Design at Michigan State University. Kasee is a Costume and Scenic Designer but also loves being a part of wardrobe crews backstage. Kasee has been given the amazing opportunity to work closely with Broadway tours and some memorable actors, such as, Sally Struthers, Kim Coles, Joyce Reehling, Liz McCartney, Bob Stillman, etc. She wants to thank you for your time and support of the Arts!
I liked watching videos, animation, and clever editing. I decided to get into the entertainment industry in the sophomore year of college and pursue a career in my art and entertainment hobby. I am a student taking every class related to my passion I can to learn what is needed for my future career.
Dr. Ann Folino White
AFW is Associate Professor of Theatre Studies. Ann was thrilled to provide historical background for this project. Thanks to the graduate cohorts who asked me. Thanks also to the entire team for reviving a theatrical form, created amid the Great Depression's pain and uncertainty, to help us better understand the time and society in which we now live.
(Grosse Pointe Woods, MI.) Senior, BA Theatre and Arts and Humanities, minor Arts and Cultural Management. Sarah is very excited for the premiere of Untold Stories and is so proud of all the creativity and work her collaborators put in. This is Sarah's 3rd mainstage show with the Department of Theatre. She is the director and co-founder of MSU's Man Overboard Improv, co-Executive Director of the Roial Players, and can be found performing with Roial Improv and After School Special Improv as well. Sarah would like to thank her friends and family for their constant love and support.
Nicklas Casella is a first-year MFA Lighting designer. This is the first production Nick has worked on at MSU and found it very exciting to use his design skills in unconventional ways and experiment in new design fields he had never worked in. Nick graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a major in Theatre Arts and a minor in Entertainment Design and Technology with a focus in lighting design.
Andie Nash is a BFA Acting Major with a double minor in Arts and Cultural Management and Women and Gender Studies. She is an actor, improviser, comedian, producer, teaching artist, and writer focusing on uplifting marginalized voices in all forms of media. A co-founder of the Web-series Pecan Sandie, student leader of After School Special Improv, and Snack Coordinator for Second Stage Playwriting. She has been featured in many onstage productions through the Michigan State Department of Theater in addition to her involvement with Evil Twin Production Companies’ Films and Roial Players Theater Company.
Sam Campbell is a junior BFA Acting Major and Musical Theatre Minor. This is the first creative piece Sam has worked on since the pandemic started and she is happy to have shared her time online with such wonderful people. You may recognize her from past shows at MSU such as Frankenstein, Second Stage Improv, and in spirit, Bonnets, the show that never went on. She would like to thank her family and friends for staying so supportive during these difficult times and for pushing her to work her hardest and she hopes you enjoy the show!
Being in love with films, videos, and other media productions, Weixiang is an international student who is pursuing his dream as a media creator, a video editor, and a filmmaker. As an international student, Weixiang is proficient in three languages: Chinese, English, and Japanese. He is dedicated to understanding other cultures. Also, he loves to communicate with people from different cultures. As a media creator, Weixiang believes that media can influence more.
G. Foiles (25) is a Costume and Scenic designer from Topeka, Kansas; currently finishing their MFA at Michigan State University. Their interests explore the intersection of social practice art, Camp, unconventional materials, and financial accessibility in theatrical design. Their work is often characterized by sculptural elements and the use of recycled materials. In their final semester, they are working on two filmed productions at MSU and preparing to make a home base in Chicago, post-graduation. Learn more about their work here: www.gracefoiles.com
Yuxin Li is an undergraduate student at the Michigan State University. She studied Media Information and Computer Science. She is interested in exploring interdisciplinary fields in film making and interactive technologies.