Regular Actors and Artists

Whitman P. Craig is a Senior at Evergreen studying Media Arts. He hails from Portland, Oregon and has been seen before in RTF’s productions of But Why Bump off Barnaby?, [title of show], and Cock, and in other theaters in roles from Camelot, Fiddler on the Roof, Alice in Wonderland, School for Scandal, Beauty and the Beast, and Anne of Green Gables. Whitman enjoys playing cello, fencing, ceramics, painting, photography, film, and being tall when not attending school or spending time in theater. He will be seen as Leaf Coneybear in our upcoming production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Andrew Helsing is a Senior at Evergreen studying Satire and Comedy. Andrew is an Olympia native. Andrew was last seen in the RTF productions of But Why Bump off Barnaby?, [title of show], and The Oy of Sex, and has been seen in Damn Yankees before that. He is proud of the facts that he once met George Lopez and has taken several courses in Microsoft Excel. He is an avid bass player, and you can often see him playing at venues in downtown. He will be seen as Chip Tolentino in our upcoming production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Lydia Odette Warren is a Sophomore at Evergreen studying Theater and Gender & Queer Studies. They are from Berkeley, California. Lydia has been seen in the past in RTF’s productions of But Why Bump off Barnaby? and [title of show], and they have been seen in the past in productions from other companies, such as  Amber in Hairspray, Nancy Drew in None too Keene, Nancy Drew in Noir, Helena in Midsummer Night’s Dream, Pontius Pilote in Jesus Christ Superstar, Cinderella’s Prince in Into the Woods, Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing. They also studied for four years at the Berkeley Repertory School of Theater. Lydia plays guitar, ukulele, mandolin, and trumpet. In their spare time, they sing in a punk band and do aerial acrobatics and other circus arts. They will be seen as Marcy Park in our upcoming production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Taylor Fairchild is a Junior at Evergreen studying Biochemistry. Taylor is from Auburn, Washington. She was last seen in RTF’s past productions of But Why Bump off Barnaby?, [title of show], and The Oy of Sex, and in other theater companies’ productions as Henrietta in All Shook Up, The Crane Wife in The Crane Wife, The Courtesan in Comedy of Errors, Ensemble in Oliver!, Ensemble in Once on this Island, Ensemble in Once Upon a Mattress, Blueblood in The Girl who was asked to Turn Blue, Cruella Deville in 101 Dalmatians, Snoopy in Life’s a Musical, Charlie Brown. Taylor was previously in choir for seven years and in Jazz Choir for one year, as well as taking seven years of guitar. She will be seen as Logainne Schartzandgrubenierre in our upcoming production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Tyler Bieber is a Senior at Evergreen studying History. Tyler is from Ridgefield, Washington. He has previously acted in the RTF productions of But Why Bump off Barnaby?, The Oy of Sex, and Cock, as well as assisted with RTF’s production of [title of show]. Tyler is a former debater and claims to be a complete nerd. In his spare time, Tyler enjoys writing, sketching, and public speaking.

Vienna Hill is a Freshman at Evergreen who has previously acted in RTF’s production of But Why Bump off Barnaby? She will be seen as Rona Peretti in our upcoming production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Sierra Ditmar is a Junior at Evergreen who has previously acted as prop manager for RTF’s productions of But Why Bump off Barnaby? and The Oy of Sex. Sierra is a coordinator of Evergreen’s improv and sketch club, Generation Friends. She will be seen as Olive’s Mom in our upcoming production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

Charley Praither is a Junior at Evergreen who has previously acted as lighting and set designer for RTF’s production of But Why Bump off Barnaby?, and will be seen in RTF’s upcoming production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Charley is a proud intern of the Evergreen Scene Shop, and has been involved with theater since their sophomore year of high school. They will be seen as William Barfee in our upcoming production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

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