Greg Brisendine (Writer)
Greg Brisendine is a playwright, actor, advice columnist, performance poet, and corporate drone who lives in Seattle. He’s been an Arouet company member for more than a year contributing to company productions as both a writer and an actor. As a poet, Greg has competed in Poetry Slams locally and nationally for more than 10 years.
Joshua Jon Christensen (Writer)
Joshua is ecstatic to be presenting a segment from his Portlandification of The Picture of Dorian Gray! Joshua made his Arouet debut this last spring directing Don Juan in Chicago, and will be producing The Long Road next spring. Currently, Joshua is also helping helm Seattle Immersive Theatre’s paranormal thriller Supraliminal, running through October. Originally hailing from Salt Lake, Utah, been independently producing his work around the Rockies before finally arriving in the Emerald City. Joshua holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from The University of Idaho and is inspired by his friends, pop art, and the American West.
Alysha Curry (Actor)
Alysha is honored and delighted to be a company member of Arouet. She was recently seen in The School for Lies with Sound Theatre Company and Sin, Sex & the CIA with Driftwood Players. Some favorite past shows include Tartuffe at SecondStory Rep, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever at Seattle Public (twice), and I Dream Before I Take the Stand with Confrontational Theater Project. She studied Theatre at Seattle Pacific University where she is now on staff. #PrayForSPU [Love to her husband, Geb.]
Richard Sean Glen (Actor)
Richard Sean Glen has three first names, a BFA in Theatre Arts from the University of Idaho, and a few theatre credits. His non-academic roles include that of the Porter in Macbeth (Animal Fire Theatre, Olympia, WA), Flavius in Timon of Athens, and Laertes in Hamlet (Moscow Art Theatre (TOO), Moscow, ID). He is excited to work with Arouet on such a fun project.
Max Holley (Actor)
Max Holley (Actor) is thrilled to be making both his Arouet and Seattle theatrical debut! He recently moved to the city after receiving his BFA in theatre arts from the University of Idaho. While at UI, he performed in Twelfth Night, A Funny Thing… Forum, Winter’s Tale, The Good Person of Szechuan, and Almost, Maine to name a few. He actively participated in the regional Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival conferences, and was a semi-finalist in the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Audition his junior year. In addition, Max has worked at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival for six seasons as costumer, as well as understudying roles for the main stage there. Max would like to thank Joshua Jon Christensen for introducing him to this great company, as well as Chris Martinez for giving him the opportunity to be part of this experience!
Jacquelyn Miedema (Actor)
Jacquelyn Miedema spends her time traveling from rehearsal to auditions and back again. With a BA in Theatre Arts, she finds her greatest joy in writing and performing all around Seattle. Jacquelyn is a proud Associate Artist of the boundary pushing inter-arts gang, the Libertinis and a frequent collaborator with Fantastic.Z. Theatre Company. Past shows include I, Gelosi, Gone Wild! and p(ART)y! Much living thanks to her friends, family and fellow artists.