Alexis Brown

Technical Director

Alexis Corpron is pursuing her BFA in technical theatre at Westminster College. Her recent work at Westminster College includes Othello (Sound Designer), Machinal (stage manager), Clybourne Park (ASM). Other works include the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival (ATD/ lighting designer), Lux (assistant light designer), And Then There Were None (ASM/sound designer), Suessical The Musical (ASM/light designer), 12 Angry Jurors (stage manager/light designer), The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (stage manager/light designer).

Aidan Croft

Resident Director/Photographer

Aidan Croft is a student at Westminster College (class of 2020) graduating with a BFA in Theatre Performance. At Knox College in Illinois, he was in productions of Richard III (The Duke of Buckingham) and The Nether (Doyle). He has been in Westminster College’s productions of Clybourne Park (Karl/Steve) and Othello (Iago), the Grand Theatre’s View from the Bridge (Mike) as well as Riot Act Theatre’s The Aliens (Evan). At Westminster he has also directed in the college’s One Act Festival, assistant directed Westminster Theatre Society’s production of Next to Normal, and has also assistant directed for Riot Act Theatre’s productions of Mopey Wrecks and Anatomy of Arithmetic.

Evan Leeds

Resident Director

Evan is a junior at Westminster College pursuing a BA in Theatre Studies alongside an Entrepreneurship minor. Evan’s performance credits range from roles in Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour Krelborn) and The Wedding Singer (Robbie Hart) in secondary school to Spring Awakening (Ernst Robel) and The School for Scandal (Joseph Surface) at Westminster College. However, he has recently found a love for the behind the scenes aspects of live theatre–technical, stage managerial, and primarily directing work. Technical credits include The Memory of Water (Sound Board Op.) at Westminster College, stage managing for American Idiot (Assistant Stage Manager) and Constellations (Stage Manager) at Good Company Theatre, and directing The Thought Doesn’t Count (Director) and a staged reading of Austin Archer’s Jump (Director) at Westminster College. 

Maya Rung

Resident Stage Manager

Maya Rung is a freshman at Westminster College currently studying towards a BA in Theatre Studies. Her most recent productions include Westminster College’s The Christians (Prop Designer), The Vagina Monologues (Stage Manager), and The School for Scandal (Assistant Stage Manager); The Sting and Honey Company’s Snow White (Assistant Stage Manager), The Egyptian Theatre’s Elf the Musical Jr. (Light Board Operator), and Carrie the Musical (Assistant Stage Manager).

Abbie St. Vaughan


Abbie St.Vaughan (Resident Choreographer) is a recent graduate of Lewis & Clark College where she studied Dance and received her BA in Psychology. Her most recent works include Broken (Solo Dancer), Some Time After Five (Ensemble Dancer) as part of the American College Dance Association conference, Anon(ymous) (Choreographer) as part of Lewis & Clark’s theatre department production, Being(s) (Choreographer), 21 Turning (Ensemble Dancer), demarcated (Ensemble Dancer), Sinfonietta del Corpo (Co-Choreographer), It Only Happens Once…Yesterday and Tomorrow (Ensemble Dancer), Patterned Chaos (Choreographer), Impressions of Weightlessness (Ensemble Dancer), Lewis & Clark’s 2014, ‘15 Dance Extravaganza and Dance Y productions (Ensemble Dancer).