VAUGHN IRVING (Artistic Director) has worked in professional theatre since 2004. Originally from right here in Santa Fe, Vaughn is a graduate of Santa Fe High School and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Theatre from Illinois Wesleyan University. Vaughn has acted, directed, written, and produced over 50 productions in seven states and the District of Columbia. His original musicals Disco Jesus and the Apostles of Funk, and You or Whatever I Can Get both won awards at the Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, DC. Vaughn is a member of the teaching faculty at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, a company member of Flying V Theatre and Crash of Rhinos Productions, and a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.
JENNIE LEWIS (Theater Manager) holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Bard College and a Masters in International Art Crime Studies and Cultural Heritage Protection from ARCA. During her college years, she wrote a few little plays, one of which was selected for a Benchwarmers. After many years in the art administration world, she returned to the theater to be surrounded by people who love what they do!
MICHAEL BLAKE OLDHAM (Technical Director) New to the Santa Fe area, Michael began his theatre career in Amarillo, Texas as an actor with Avenue 10 Theatre Co. Through his time at Avenue 10 Michael developed his skills as a Lighting, Sound and Scenic Designer. His dedication lead to him designing and directing two of his own productions, Evil Dead the Musical and A Clockwork Orange. His background in carpentry, and electronics served him well as he began larger projects and begun to study the art of faux finishing and advanced painting techniques. Last year, Michael began work on a degree in Theatrical Design at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas before transferring to The Santa Fe University of Art and Design.