JEREMIAH BARR, Make-up Design
Jeremiah is thrilled to be part of the Grace team and Interrobang Theater. Getting to do theater is always a pleasure, and to do it with such fine talented people is a joy.
LINDSEY BARTLETT, Dialect Coach
Lindsay is thrilled to be coaching with Interrobang Theatre again having most recently been a coach for Foxfinder and previously Terminus, Pitchfork Disney, and Owners. She has been coaching throughout Chicagoland for over 10 years, some of her productions have included Priscilla: Queen of the Desert (Pride Films & Plays), The Bottle Tree (Stage Left), Dancing at Lughnasa (Wheaton College), A Perfect Ganesh (Eclipse Theatre), Fog Island (Filament Theatre), and Miss Marx: or the involuntary side of living (Strawdog Theatre), History Boys (TimeLine Theatre), among many others. Lindsay is very proud to be the Artistic Director of 20% Theatre which strives to set the stage for women in theatre.
MELANIE HATCH, Prop Design
Melanie Hatch is a properties designer from Chicago. She is excited to be joining Interrobang for the first time. New to the world of prop design, she has been designing and fabricating props for the likes of Windy City Performs as well as independent films. Most recently freelancing for Full Spectrum Features.
MELANIE KULAS, Stage Manager
Melanie is excited to be working with Interrobang Theatre Project! In Chicago, Melanie has worked as a stage manager with AstonRep, Circle Theatre, Pride Films & Plays, and Strawdog, to name a few. She also serves as an Artistic Associate with The Comrades, and has stage managed with them for multiple productions. Each spring, Melanie travels to her alma mater to stage manage the UW Varsity Band Spring Concert in Madison, WI. Melanie would like to thank her friends and family, especially her partner, Joe, for all of their support.
NOËL HUNTZINGER, Costume Design
Noël has been designing plays for Interrobang since 2013. She is an artistic associate at Sideshow Theatre Company and a Resident Artist with Filament Theatre. Favorite design credits include: New Stages Festival ‘16 and ’17, Pamplona, and The Wolves (Goodman Theatre); The Scorpion’s Sting (Lyric Opera Unlimited); Storm in the Barn (Bosie Contemporary Theatre). Learn more at noelhuntzinger.com
PAULINE OLEKSY, Scenic Design
Pauline is a scenic and properties designer from Illinois. She has recently earned her Masters of Fine Arts in stage design from Northern Illinois University and works designing and detailing exhibits and trades shows. Pauline currently resides in Chicago where she is pursuing opportunities in scenic design for theater and corporate stages, properties design and scenic painting.
ERIK SIEGLING, Sound Design
Erik is excited to be joining Interrobang for the first time. Previously in Seattle, he designed for Seattle Shakespeare Company’s production of Julius Caesar and in Chicago, he recently made a lot of artsy noise at Oakton Community College’s premier of Powerless Gods. An accomplished actor as well, Erik has guest starred on the TV show Z Nation, has performed in theatres across the country, and has a B.A. degree in Theatre from Principia College. He would like to thank the lively and skilled team at Interrobang for making him feel so welcome in this awesome, new city and can't wait for all your minds to get blown.
BRIAN SPRAGUE, Technical Director
Brian is a Chicago based Freelance Theatre Artist. Having received his Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from Northern Illinois University and his Bachelors of the Arts in Theatre from University of Kentucky, he has performed and studied internationally at the Adana State Theatre in Adana, Turkey and the Moscow Art Theatre School. Previous roles include: Uncle Peck in How I Learned to Drive, Owen in Deidre of the Sorrows, Scrooge in Christmas Carol, Anton and Otto Frank in Thinking Myself Out: The Story of Anne Frank, Casca in Julius Caesar, Antiochus/Cleon in Pericles: Prince of Tyre, Antonio in The Tempest, The Duke in Measure for Measure, Henry in The Real Thing, Nils Krogstad in A Doll's House, Pytor Sorin in The Seagull.
Technical Directing credits include: Birdland (Steep Theatre), Invisible Hand (Steep Theatre), A Dickens Carol (Oak Park Festival Theatre), Akeelah and the Bee (Adventure Stage), JB (City Lit Theatre), Twelfth Night (Notre Dame Shakespeare), The Happiest Place on Earth (Sideshow Theatre), Give It All Back (Sideshow Theatre), Earthquakes in London (Steep Theatre), The Source (Route 66), Macbeth (Oak Park Festival Theatre), Fair Maid of the West (Oak Park Festival Theatre), Truth and Reconciliation (Sideshow Theatre), University of Kentucky's Summer Children's Theatre, and multiple shows for Actors Guild of Lexington.
RICHIE VAVRINA, Lighting Design
Richie travels the country doing theatrical and corporate shows. He loves coming home to work on engaging theatre. His most recent credits in the Chicago area include Firebrand Theatre's Lizzie, and Circle Theatre's Condition of Femme, and Elgin Community College's She Kills Monsters. He'll probably go get a beer with you if you ask.
CLAIRE YEARMAN, Fight Choreographer
Claire is an actor, fight choreographer, Interrobang ensemble member and a certified teacher with the Society of American Fight Directors. She has an MFA in Acting from Western Illinois University. Some of the theaters she's had the pleasure to work with are: Interrobang Theatre Project, Buffalo Theatre Ensemble, Williams Street Rep, Red Tape Theatre, Piccolo Theatre, AstonRep, 20% Theatre, and Metropolis Performing Arts. Her fight choreography received a Jeff nomination for Red Tape Theatre’s The Love of the Nightingale.