KERRY LEE CHIPMAN, Scenic Design
Kerry Lee is a freelance scenic designer and the Assistant Professor of Scenic Design at Ball State University. Chicago designs: No Home for Bees- Collaboraction Studios. New York designs (selected): That Which Isn't and Strays at the Brick Theatre, Coney at the New Ohio Theater, Time is the Mercy of Eternity at the West End Theater, Departures and The Most Wonderful Love at the Access Theater. Regional: Clarence Brown Theatre, Knoxville: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Little Shop of Horrors, Flyin’ West, Speech and Debate, and The Story of Opal. Children’s Theatre of Charlotte: The Borrowers and Pinkalicious: the Musical. In addition to scenery, she also designs and creates masks for regional dance and theatre productions. Examples of her work can be seen at www.kerryleechipmandesign.com. She would like to thank James and Interrobang Theatre for this wonderful opportunity.
JYREIKA GUEST, Assistant Director
Ms. Guest boldly made Chicago home five years ago. Thrilled to be working with Interrobang Theatre as Assistant Director! She's an active performer in the Chicago area and has been seen in a number of shows including Redlined, Have a Great Summer, Incendium with formerly Chicago Slam Works. Other credits include columbinus (Adult Track) with The Yard Theatre Company, I Saw Myself (Ladder) at Red Tape Theatre, The Wiz (Addeperle U/S, Dance Captain), Octagon (Asst. Director and watcher named pen U/S), The Adventures of Robin Hood (Robin Hood), Piece of My Heart (Steele) Strong Women (Woman Two), Rhinoceros (Boss of Cafe/ Fireman), Once on This Island (Peasant/Storyteller), Children of Eden (Storyteller), Freedom Speaks (Rosetta), and for colored girls (Lady in Blue). She is proudly represented by Shirley Hamilton Talent!
MELISSA PERKINS, Costume Design
Melissa Perkins is a freelance costume designer in Chicago from Dallas, Texas. She is thrilled to be working with ITP again on The Goat. Some of her recent credits include Curves and Edges (Three Things Productions and Interrobang Theatre Project), Clearing (Commission Theatre), A Home on the Lake (Piven Theatre), The Foxfinder (Interrobang Theatre Project). You can see more of her work and full resume at perkinscostumedesign.com.
ERIK SIEGLING, Sound Design
Erik is glad to be back with Interrobang for this production of The Goat... Here in Chicago, Erik composed and designed for Interrobang’s spring production of Grace and Oakton Community College’s original production of Powerless Gods. He has previously designed for Seattle Shakespeare Company and Fantastic Z Theatre. An accomplished actor as well, Erik has guest-starred on the TV show Z Nation, performed in theatres across the country, and has a B.A. degree in Theatre from Principia College.
MAX SPITZ, House Manager
Max Spitz is a proud member of the Northwestern Class of 2016, where he graduated with a BA in Theatre having dipped his feet in acting, directing, and set design. Since graduating, he has been a part of 2nd Story as their Communications Coordinator, as well as a Producer and Director, and is so grateful for the family they’ve created. He’s so very excited to be a part of the ITP team as well!
BRIAN SPRAGUE, Technical Director
Brian Sprague is a Chicago based Freelance Theatre Artist. He received his Master of Fine Arts in Acting from Northern Illinois University and has studied/performed internationally at the Moscow Art Theatre and Adana State Theatre in Adana, Turkey. Some past Technical Directing credits include: Harvest (Griffin Theatre Company), Invisible Hand, Birdland, and Earthquakes in London (Steep Theatre), You Can't Take it With You, Fair Maid of the West, Macbeth, African Company Presents Richard III (Oak Park Festival Theatre), and Grace (Interrobang Theatre Project)
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/Intimacy Choreographer
Claire is an ITP company member, actor, SAFD certified teacher, and fight & intimacy choreographer. She has an MFA in Acting from Western Illinois University. Some theatres she’s worked with include: Interrobang Theatre Project, Buffalo Theatre Ensemble, Williams Street Rep, AstonRep, Red Tape Theatre, Piccolo Theatre, 20% Theatre, and Metropolis Performing Arts.