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Amy Gentry is the Managing Director of As If Theatre Company. She was seen in their first production, The Clean House, and will be performing in The Cake this fall. Amy currently spends her days managing marketing for area theatres, “teaching” her kids, enjoying her pets, and mastering being a homebody.
Christopher Kidder-Mostrom (he/him) is thrilled to be working on an As If Theatre production again, this time as a director. A recent transplant to Seattle, has directed over 50 productions over the last 25 years in Chicago, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and at Clark University (MA). Christopher primarily works as a director, playwright, and literary translator of dramatic works from 19th century Spain. Chris has a BA in Theatre Arts from Morningside College and an MFA in Playwriting from the University of New Orleans. Chris is a proud member of the Society of American Fight Directors (SAFD), the Dramatists Guild of America, and the American Literary Translators Association. He’d like to thank As If Theatre for this bright spot amongst the dark, and the actors and playwrights that made this art possible.
Danette has acted throughout the Pacific Northwest. Recent credits include Mrs Bradman in Blithe Spirit at Red Curtain, Mrs Bramson in Night Must Fall at Valley CenterStage, and Susan in Anywhere but Auschwitz at Burien Actors Theatre. She looks forward to being onstage again soon!
Kerry Jacinto is a recent graduate of UCSB’s BFA acting program. Her most recent works include Prague Shakespeare Company’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream as Puck and Karen Zacarias’ Into the Beautiful North as Nayeli. She moved to Seattle to continue her journey of doing creative works with staged (and now virtual) Theatre. She hopes to see more of Seattle’s unique art scenes in the near future in whatever form it may come!
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