Managing Director, Co-Coordinator, Web Master
Andrew Moe is a Senior at Evergreen studying English and Theater. He is originally from Seattle, but grew up in the small town of Snohomish, Washington. Andrew has previously directed and music directed RTF’s production of [title of show] and co-directed RTF’s productions of But Why Bump off Barnaby? and The Oy of Sex. Andrew has contributed to over seventeen productions as an actor, director, stage manager, assistant director, pit orchestra musician, and writer, as well as in many other capacities. Favorite roles include Nisus in The Myth Projects, Gentleman of Japan in The Mikado, and Horton in Seussical, a role that garnered him a nomination for Best Actor in the 2012 5th Avenue Theatre Awards. Andrew has worked for and with theaters such as The 5th Avenue Theatre, Cornish College of the Arts, and The Seattle Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Andrew is a classically trained vocalist and pianist.
Production Manager, Chief Stage Manager, Co-Coordinator
Kirstie Opel is a Senior at Evergreen studying Entertainment and Media. Kirstie is from Marysville, Washington. She has directed/co-directed and/or stage managed past RTF productions of But Why Bump off Barnaby?, [title of show], The Oy of Sex, Cock, and Science Fiction Triple Feature. In fall of 2015, Kirstie spent ten weeks interning for the popular Seattle daytime television show, New Day Northwest. The 2015-2016 school year marked her fourth year as a participant with The Vagina Monologues, having acted in it once and stage managed it three times. She has also directed a production of Fools and stage managed a production of Play On!. Kirstie is a well versed theater technician/crew member and has regularly worked in the Evergreen Scene shop over the past four years. Kirstie has participated in over seventeen productions since beginning theater in 2010, and hopes to pursue a career as a stage manager after graduating from Evergreen in spring of 2016. In her spare time, Kirstie loves playing with her juggling sticks and is learning banjo.
Our Coordinators-Elect for this year (to take office in 2016-2017 school year) are Lydia Warren and Taylor Fairchild. You can read more about them here.