Beth Brooks has been kicking around Seattle for the past twenty some years, working as an arts marketer for just about every theatre in town. A rabid dance fan (she'll be quick to tell you how she took ballet lessons until she was 16 years old), you can usually find her in the audience of most dance performances. Currently she's a freelance marketing consultant. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sara daSilva is a dancer, writer, Seattle city dweller, and lover of curious and passionate art. Ballet broke her heart, and modern is mending it...slowly.
Bret Fetzer writes plays, short stories, other things. His new play, 'Clubfoot, or, Tales of an EMT', will be performed at Richard Hugo House in late November.
Alianna Jaqua is a local choreographer, performer, teacher, and server. She loves the arts and hopes to exit the service industry someday soon.
Tom Milewski is a director whose projects include the documentary play Verbatim, and an upcoming workshop of Tim Sanders’ new musical, Red Ink. By day, Tom works as an art director at a local advertising agency.