Andrea Daveline (Managing Director) Andrea Daveline went to school for theater at UVU. She has spent the past 10 years working in various theaters across the country. Some favorite roles include: Dory (Finding Nemo the Musical), Fantine (Les Miserables), Margot (Dial M for Murder), and Helena (Midsummer). She has travelled around the US and has seen how theatre makes a huge difference in our society. From helping kids to feel confident and comfortable in their own skin to allowing ourselves to explore someone else's truths, theatre is essential to the growth and development of our society. She and Adam have three sons and she is currently completing her degree in Business Management from BYU-I. She is a proud member of AEA.
Adam Daveline (Artistic Director) Adam holds an MFA in Dramatic Arts from the University of San Diego/Old Globe and a BFA in Musical Theater from BYU. Adam recently appeared off-Broadway in Roundabout Theatre and Fiasco's production of "Into the Woods." You can also see him in the final season of HBO's "Girls", NBC's "Shades of Blue", NBC's "Blindspot", and in David Fincher's upcoming Netflix series, "Mindhunter." He is also a writer and director who has created productions both on film and on stage. Visit www.adamdaveline.com for more information. He is a proud member of AEA and SAG.
Magarin Hobson (Technical Director) Magarin Hobson holds a BFA from Brigham Young University in Acting. He most recently worked on the National Tour of the Tony Award-winning PETER AND THE STARCATCHER as an understudy/swing. He has worked at regional theatres in New York and Utah, as well as studied Improv Comedy with Upright Citizen's Brigade in NYC.
Jeff Gonzalez (Literary Manager) Jeff's regional credits include Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Playhouse on Park, Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, and Arts Center of Coastal Caroline. Television: A Crime to Remember (Investigation Discovery). Jeff holds a BA in Theatre Arts from BYU-I, and an MFA in Acting from the New School for Drama.