Vanessa is an actress and singer from Seattle. She attended Western Washington University (recently ranked #10 in the nation for theatre training) where she studied Acting and Public Relations. Once she moved to Roanoke, she immediately fell in love with the local theatre scene. She has worked professionally on stage, film, and in theatre administration. Vanessa is currently working on her Masters degree at Hollins University.
Nick cut his teeth as a stand-up comedian and sketch writer in Seattle in the early 2000's, and founded The Shallow Gallows production company in 2007. McCord had a five-year stint as emcee for the Pokemon Championship series, and his opera, The Blooming Season, won the Winden Award for Playwriting in 2014. His short play, Nancy, was recently published by LA-based publishing house Plays to Order. McCord earned his BA in Dramatic Writing and Chinese Studies from The Evergreen State College and he is currently working towards both an MA in Literature at Radford University and an MFA in Playwriting at Hollins University.
Kelly is an actress and costume designer from Virginia. She received her B.A. in Theatre from James Madison University where she was trained in classical theatre, theatre for young audiences, musical theatre, and film. Since graduation she has worked with numerous professional and community theatres throughout Virginia both on and off stage and has appeared in local commercials and films.
Graham has been a member of Page to Stage since its inception. After graduating from Emory and Henry College with a B.A. in Acting, Graham went on to perform for various companies. During his performance in a local production of "Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike" he was introduced to Page to Stage and was immediately enamored with their mission. Since joining, he played Rod "The Bod" in "The Twilight Gallery" and Brent/Todd in "Exquisite Corpse." Graham was one of four directors in "The Twilight Gallery" and also directed "Exquisite Corpse" and "FourPlay: Love Stinks".
Tatiana is a budding performer and playwright. She has been consistently involved with local Roanoke theatre since 2015, having volunteered with various theaters as an actress, vocal performer, crew member, and stage manager. She is currently obtaining an Associates of Liberal Arts then will transition to obtaining a formal theatre education.
Kelli is an actress from the Roanoke valley. She has training in classical theatre, musical theatre, directing, and film. Kelli has been involved in numerous theatrical productions throughout the Roanoke Valley. Some of her favorite roles include Katherine (Taming of the Shrew), Ophelia (Hamlet), Alison Mears (The Laramie Project), and Elizabeth Proctor (The Crucible).
Joel is an actor/singer/technician with a BFA in Music Theater from Elon University. A Roanoke native, he has performed across the country in regional theaters and on several national tours. In addition to his onstage work, Joel's resume includes credits in lighting and sound design, set design, fight choreography and directing among others. He has also been recognized as an actor combatant in three weapons by the SAFD.