The announcement of bringing SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER to the stage at The Firehouse Theatre was met, unsurprisingly, with cheers as deafening as that of one billion Taylor Swift fans. This is The Firehouse Theatre’s ERAS tour. 

As a millennial, I have been long bewildered by the enthusiasm for the film. Let’s be honest: it does not hold up. The musical, in fact, has undergone multiple revisions since it first debuted on Broadway in 1998. So what is the driving force behind keeping this story alive? Can we not just decide it has some great songs and dancing, but ultimately doesn’t work? Rachel, a reviewer on letterboxd puts it eloquently: “this movie would be good if there was no dialogue or storyline.” 

In forcing myself to face the music, I found myself falling for this bizarre tale of Tony Manero – who is selfish and objectively terrible to women – and his kink for night club dancing. There’s not much redeeming about Tony or his friends, which had made it easy for me to dismiss Saturday Night Fever altogether…but right in plain sight, this whole time, has been a pretty damning message, as relevant now as it was in the 70s: when you know better, you do better. 

Friends, it’s never too late to do the right thing and never will be. I have taken the plank out of my eye. And you know what I see? Fallen people in a fallen world who still find a reason to dance. I invite you to do the same. (It won’t be hard, the songs are pretty good). 

Thank you for choosing live, local theater tonight. Let’s boogie.


-Ally Beans (on behalf of Owen & Ally)


Edward Michael Escamilla (TONY MANERO) is a recent graduate of The University of Texas at Arlington, receiving his BFA in Musical Theatre and Minor in Dance. He has had the opportunity to perform at multiple theaters in the DFW area including Lyric Stage and Amphibian Theatre. He most recently performed as a Swing in Circle Theatre and Theatre 3’s production of Young Frankenstein, directed by Joel Ferrell. Edward is beyond excited to put on his boogie shoes and make his debut at The Firehouse Theatre! He would like to thank his friends, mentors, and especially his family for their endless guidance and support. You can visit his website for more information about him and other projects he is involved in.

Averie Bishop (STEPHANIE MANGANO) is the 85th anniversary Miss Texas & the very first Asian American woman to represent the Lone Star state. She is a first generation law school graduate, international nonprofit CEO, and viral content creator averaging 20 million monthly views. Averie has recently appeared as Cinderella in Into the Woods and Heather McNamara in Heathers at SMU. She won an overall talent award at Miss Texas for her performance of “On My Own,” from Les Miserables and continues to appear in national advertising campaigns for companies like Microsoft and Google. When she’s not drafting policy or giving keynote speeches, she enjoys defending her humble backyard vegetable garden from her monstrous pups, Millie & Winston.

Caitlin Martelle (ANNETTE) is delighted to boogie on the Firehouse stage again. Caitlin holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Musical Theatre from the University of Central Oklahoma. Recent roles include: Jen/The Cake at GLCT, Cheryl Ann/Catch Me If You Can at The Firehouse Theatre, Lady Caroline Bramble/Enchanted April at Mainstage Irving-Las Colinas, Jerusha Abbott/Daddy Long Legs at The Firehouse Theatre, and Val in A Chorus Line at Mainstage Irving-Las Colinas. Much love and thanks to her friends and family for all their support and love. Special thanks to Preston: I love you so much. Thank you for being the best partner on the stage and off—you’re my favorite disco duck!

Emma Gervasi (PAULINE) she/her, is thrilled to be making her Firehouse debut! Emma is a rising senior at The University of Texas at Arlington studying Musical Theatre and minoring in Business Administration and Music Theory. Previous shows include Sweeney Todd (Johanna), Cabaret (Pit Violinist/Assistant Director), 9 to 5 (Dance Captain/Swing), and Twelfth Night with Shakespeare Everywhere. Special thanks to her friends, professors, and family for all their guidance and support!

Devin Johnson (ROMEO) is a multi-talented powerhouse born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Prior to the pandemic, Devin graduated from Morehouse College with a Bachelors of Art in Music with an emphasis of Vocal Performance. This is his second performance with The Firehouse having last been seen as Bobby in Saturday Night Fever. His credits include “AIDA” at the Majestic Theatre as well as “Carnival” at the Garland Civic Center, and “Theatre of Death” with Mark Brian-Sonna. Devin has not performed in the DFW area, but also in Atlanta. Devin has sung for Jennifer Hudson, John Legend and Common. He also was featured in DFW Center Stage’s Beyond the Bio. Devin would like to thank his directors, cast, family and friends for their unconditional love and support!

Lucas Haupert (JOEY) is thrilled to be back at Firehouse! Lucas got his BFA in Acting with a minor in Directing from Oklahoma City University, with plans to pursue his MFA in Directing in the future. Previous performance credits include The Music Man, Saturday Night Fever, and Spamalot. Lucas would like to thank his loved ones, the Idarahea Clan, as well as the cast and creative team of Newsies for all their support, passion, and love throughout this process. “Newsies forever!” IG: @lucas.vs.theinternet

Max Morgan (GUS) is thrilled to be in his third show at The Firehouse Theatre. He graduated from Baylor University in 2021 with a degree in theatre performance. He would like to thank his fellow cast members, designers, and directors for making the production process such a great experience. Previous roles include Barnaby in Hello, Dolly!, Agent Dollar in Catch Me If You Can, Officer Lockstock in Urinetown, and Jeff in [title of show]. When he’s off the stage, Max can be found working behind the scenes as a carpenter, electrician, and props artisan for Southern Methodist University’s theatre department.

MattJohn West (Double J) is so excited to be able to bring this character to life on stage in such a fun show! This is their third show here at The Firehouse. A few recent show credits include: Evita (NTPA), The Wedding Singer (Upright), and Beauty and the Beast (Firehouse). “Slayy Boots” – @MattJohnWest

Preston Isham (MONTY) is glad to be groovin’ on stage at The Firehouse Theatre once again. He last appeared at The Firehouse as Sir Lancelot and a gaggle of others in SPAMALOT. Favorite roles he’s performed include Phil Davis in WHITE CHRISTMAS and Jervis is DADDY LONG LEGS at The Firehouse Theatre, and Jerry Lukowski in THE FULL MONTY and Mike Costa in A CHORUS LINE at MainStage Irving-Las Colinas. To my wife, Caitlin Martelle – you light a disco inferno in my heart. You’re more than a woman to me.

Nicole Palmer (CANDY is excited to channel her inner Diana Ross for this production of Saturday Night Fever! She recently played Babette in The Firehouse Theater’s 2022 production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Additional credits include: Disaster (Levora Verona), The Little Mermaid (Ariel), West Side Story (Rosalia), Titanic (Mme. Aubert), Evita (Mistress), and Les Miserables (Eponine). She received her Bachelor of Science from Baylor University and her Master of Public Health from The George Washington University. When Nicole is not on stage, she dedicates her time to BvB Dallas, a non-profit with a mission to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s disease research & support organizations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Nicole would like to thank The Firehouse Theater and the outstanding production team for this opportunity and is forever appreciative to her friends and family for their never-ending encouragement and support.

Andi Allen (FLO MANERO) Previous Firehouse appearances include Berthe in Pippin, Mrs. Wilkinson in Billy Elliot, Madame Dubonnet in The Boyfriend, and Aunt March in Little Women. Other DFW credits include Roz in 9 to 5 (Garland Summer Musicals), Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd (Level Ground Arts), Miss Shingle in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder (Theatre Frisco), Calliope in Xanadu (Level Ground Arts), Joanne in Company (Brick Road Theatre), Charlotte in A Little Night Music (Theatre Frisco), and Drood in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Theatre Three). Also a busy director, her credits include The Divine Sister (Uptown Players), You Can’t Take it With You (Firehouse Theatre), Moon Over Buffalo (Theatre Frisco) and her original comedy Santa Claus vs. the Martians (Camp Death Productions).

Hunter Lewis (FRANK MANERO) is grateful to the production team for taking a chance on him with this talented cast and crew. Having last been seen at the Firehouse Theatre as Roger Strong in Catch Me If You Can, he is always thrilled to return to the stage in Farmers Branch. His career at Firehouse has included numerous shows, most notable being his role of Adolpho in The Drowsy Chaperone, which he performed both in 2015 (for which he garnered a Column Award nomination) and the most recent version prior to the pandemic. Various other credits, having performed in theatres throughout the country including in New York, include The Music Man, Newsies, the Human Comedy, and the workshop of Quanah with Larry Gatlin of the Gatlin Brothers (Lyric Stage); Titanic: The Musical, The Full Monty (Uptown Players); the regional premiere of Bonnie and Clyde (WaterTower Theatre); and playing Brother Jeremiah in the regional premiere of Something Rotten (Garland Civic Theatre). When not performing on stage, Hunter regularly appears in the court room as a partner at a boutique family law firm in North Texas. Hunter is a proud graduate of Baylor University and Baylor University School of Law, and is excited to work with so many Baylor Bears in this cast. A special thanks to the production team, my family, fancy supper club, and my work family, without whom none of this would be possible.

Alexandru Istrate (FRANK JR) is excited to perform with The Firehouse Theatre once again. He was last seen in the ensemble of their production of Spamalot, and before that he played the Ghost of Christmas Present in Pocket Sandwich Theatre’s Ebenezer Scrooge. Alex graduated from UNT in 2019 with a BA in performance arts and after recently coming out of a three year hiatus is thrilled to continue pursuing the art. Funk and groove have been some of Alexandru’s favorite styles of music, so he hopes everyone enjoys this trip back in time to the age of Bee-gees, Bell bottoms, and Boogie!

Jolie Lambert (LINDA MANERO) is excited to be making her Firehouse Theatre debut!! She is currently a rising junior at the University of Texas at Arlington, pursuing a BFA in musical theatre and a minor in dance. She would like to thank her family, professors, friends, and everyone who has guided her in this journey. She hopes everyone will boogie with this cast and enjoy the show!

Charles Barry (FUSCO) is thrilled to be back again with The Firehouse Theatre. Recent credits include PATSY in SPAMALOT here at FIREHOUSE THEATRE, BURT BARRY in 42ND STREET with GARLAND SUMMER MUSICALS, SENEX in A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM and GRANDFATHER in RAGTIME with LYRIC STAGE of DALLAS, and EDITOR in PLAYWRIGHTS IN THE NEWSROOM at AT&T WYLY THEATER. A favorite credit is as WHIZZER in FALSETTOS with BLACKFRIARS REPERTORY THEATER in NY. Charles started tap dance lessons at age 6 and was a professional ballroom dancer, teacher and competitor for many years. He studied theatre at the University of Massachusetts. He also can be seen in the TV shows; Project Afterlife, Murder Made Me Famous, Scandal Made Me Famous, The Price of Fame and Selling Jets and in the recent movies on AMAZON PRIME and BET; Recession Proof, Bid For Love and No Ordinary Love. Charles resides in Plano with his sane PhD wife Grisenia and their insane labradoodle, Kiki. Charles on IMDB and Charles on About The Artists. During the day, he works in multifamily real estate private equity out of Virginia. He also holds a FINRA Series 7 & 24 Securities License, a Texas Insurance License, a Texas Real Estate License and a Texas Auctioneers License.

Ally Varitek (DOREEN) (she/her) is an actor and dramaturg with a BFA in Theatre Performance with Concentration in Musical Theatre from Baylor University. She is elated to be back at The Firehouse after jet setting, telling the tale as old as time, and eating spam… a lot. Favorite past roles include Beth in Little Women, Captain Smollett/Fight Captain in Treasure Island, Kathy Selden in Singin’ in the Rain, and Ella in R&H’s Cinderella. She is passionate about new works, the use of movement in theatre, and ensemble-driven shows. She’d also like to thank her family, the cast, crew, creatives, and you, the audience, for loving stories, too. Special love to Max. You can find her at or @allyvaritek.

Sarah Jo Adams (CONNIE) (she/her) is a Junior BFA Musical Theatre Major and Dance Minor at The University of Texas Arlington. She was last seen as Rosie in UTA’s production of Cabaret. She also dances and choreographs with UTA’s Maverick Dance Company. You might have seen her last summer here at The Firehouse Theatre in the ensemble of The SpongeBob Musical. She would like to thank her parents, Todd and Cynthia, for always supporting her and her goals. She would also like to thank her fiancé Bruce for pushing her to reach her dreams. Get ready to Boogie, and enjoy the show! @sarahjoartist

Octavian Lewis (JAY/CHESTER BRINSON) is a multi-talented powerhouse born and raised in Dallas, Texas. He recently performed in “Hello, Dolly!” here at The Firehouse, “AIDA” at the Majestic Theatre, as well as “Black Nativity” at the Bishop Arts Theatre Center, and “Rocky Horror Show” at the Majestic Theatre portraying the roles of a Phantom and Transylvanian. He was featured in DFW Center Stage’s Beyond the Bio after he brought down the house with his performance as Tom Collins in “RENT” at the Willow Bend Theatre (North Texas Performing Arts Rep). Prior to the pandemic, Octavian graduated from Texas College with a Bachelors of Science in Music. Octavian also performed in “Gospel Hallelujah” at Jubilee Theatre and “Black Nativity” at the Bishop Arts Theatre Center. As he is finally coming into his own, he anticipates the Spring and Summer and all the opportunities to come.

Victoria Gomez (MARIA HUERTA) is a recent graduate of The University of Texas at Arlington where she attained a BFA in Musical Theatre. She has recently been in productions of 9 TO 5 as Violet, CABARET as Fritzie/Gorilla, and in the ensemble (u/s Pirelli) of SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET. You may have even seen her dancing for Texas Ranger home games, Cowboys Experiences, and during Dallas Cowboys games as a dancer with the Texas Live! Lonestars. She is thrilled to be making her Firehouse Theatre debut as Maria Huerta, and she would like to thank her friends and family for all their love and encouragement throughout the last 4 years. Mav Up!!

Danny Vanegas (CESAR RODRIGUEZ) is thrilled to be back at The Firehouse Theatre! He was most recently seen in the ensemble of “ Spamalot” and as Agent Branton in “Catch me if you can”. Some of his DFW credits include Eddie in Mamma Mia! ( Lyric Stage Dallas), Ensemble/Annas U/S in Jesus Christ Superstar (WaterTower Theatre), Carlos in Legally Blonde (Garland Summer Musicals), and Chino In, West Side Story (GPAC)! Off the stage Danny is a local yoga teacher and choreographer. His most recent choreography credits include Pippin and Frozen Jr. “No matter where theatre leads me, The Firehouse crew always has my heart!”


Ally Beans (CO-DIRECTOR) is an artist and micro-celebrity from Farmers Branch, TX who is passionate about spending money. As a professional: Google her. As a hobbyist: Ally enjoys candle making, gardening, watercolor, basic plumbing, hard wiring vintage light fixtures, and rearranging her furniture every 2-3 days. Saturday Night Fever is her second co-Directing and Props Design credit at The Firehouse Theatre. When she’s not at the Firehouse directing or volunteering, you can find her across the street at Red Stix or Roots socializing with anyone who will listen to her talk about Dallas Stars hockey. After a long stint in NYC, Ally, Owen, and Winston the dog happily call Farmers Branch home.

Owen Beans (CO-DIRECTOR) (he/him) is an Actor, Director, and Producer for theater and film. He served on The Firehouse Theatre Advisory Board from 2014-2021 and has been the Associate Producer, overseeing all programming at The Firehouse, since September of ’21. He has directed The Firehouse’s smash hit production of Catch Me If You Can, alongside his wife, Ally and co-directed The Firehouse Jr production of Into The Woods JR. As an actor, he’s been seen on stages in New York City, as well as prominent theaters across the country including Surflight Theatre, Totem Pole Playhouse, The Legacy Theatre, and Cortland Rep. Locally, he’s been seen at Dallas Children’s Theater, Casa Manana, The Firehouse, and Dallas Theater Center. Pre-pandemic he appeared as part of the inaugural tour cast of Kinky Boots aboard the Norwegian Encore. Additionally, Owen has worked as a Theatre Educator, Director, Music Director, Wardrobe Supervisor, Casting Assistant, and Dramaturg. He has also served as a producer on the short film Love as well as the upcoming Show Cat. Owen holds a BFA in Theatre from Abilene Christian University and is a member of Actors Equity Association. Love to Ally. @OwenBeans.

Austin Eyer (CHOREOGRAPHER) is an Assistant Professor and Area Head of the BFA in Musical Theatre at The University of Texas at Arlington. As a performer in New York City, he performed in six Broadway shows: Evita, How to Succeed…, Billy Elliot (u/s Tony), The Little Mermaid (u/s Prince Eric), Curtains, and The Secret Garden (Colin). He has worked alongside Broadway stars like Sutton Foster, Daniel Radcliffe, Ricky Martin, Audra McDonald, David Hyde Pierce, Michael Cerveris, Bebe Neuwirth, Will Chase, Sherie Rene Scott, Raul Esparza, Donna Murphy, Nick Jonas, and Emily Skinner. Austin choreographed the long-running Off-Broadway production of My Big Gay Italian Wedding, and has choreographed for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Disney World, and Universal Studios. In New York City he remains on guest faculty with Broadway Dance Center, CAP21, and Broadway Donation. His book titled Broadway Swings: Covering the Ensemble in Musical Theatre was published by Bloomsbury/Methuen Drama Publishing in 2015 (and is available for purchase in our box office!). He holds a BFA in Theatre from New York University, and an MFA in Directing from Penn State University. 

Jason Philip Solis (MUSIC DIRECTOR) earned their Bachelors of Music Education from Southern Methodist University and, for the last 15 years, has music directed/performed all over the metroplex! Some of their favorite roles include: Taxi Driver from Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (MainStage), Dr. FrankNFurter from Rocky Horror (OhLook), Matron Mama Morton from Chicago (OhLook), Bud Davenport from Gutenberg! the Musical (TART), Mr. Applegate from Damn Yankees (TART), Uncle Fester from Addams Family (GPAC) and Ms. Trunchbull from Matilda (GPAC). Their Firehouse stage credits include Once on this Island, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Wizard of Oz, In the Heights, Beauty and the Beast, and Spamalot.  “Saturday Night Fever” will be their 7th music directing credit here at The Firehouse Theatre. Catch them performing new works with this upcoming year! Instagram: @canweduet. 

Hannah Tolle (STAGE MANAGER) is excited to be back at The Firehouse for Saturday Night Fever! Hannah has previously stage managed The Firehouse Theatre’s productions of Spamalot, Beauty and the Beast, The Spongebob Musical, Catch Me If You Can, Big Fish, Bright Star: Concert Version, Elf The Musical, and A Year With Frog and Toad. Hannah is a Farmers Branch native and graduate of RL Turner High School where she also stage managed many productions. She has also spent time as a production assistant on many a set in Los Angeles. Thank you to Owen, Ally, Jason and Austin for being such a great team to work with!  

Dayna Dutton (COSTUME DESIGNER) is excited to continue working with The Firehouse Theater as their resident Costume Designer extraordinaire having costumed Bright Star: Concert Version, Legally Blonde, and Elf in 2021, then Anything Goes, Big Fish, Violet, Catch Me If You Can, and Beauty and The Beast in 2022, and this season’s Spamalot, Hello, Dolly!, and Into The Woods JR. Also last summer she designed Shrek and Beauty and the Beast for Acting Studio Productions. A graduate of University of Central Oklahoma with a Bachelors of Fine Arts emphasis in costume design, she has enjoyed working with The Firehouse Theatre, as well as Utah Festival Opera. Dayna is grateful for the love and support of her Husband and three children. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Michael Marbry (SOUND DESIGNER) is excited to be returning to The Firehouse Theatre. Previous shows he’s worked on include Catch Me If You Can, The SpongeBob Musical, Bright Star, Once on this Island, Oswald, and Cats. He studied theatre technical design at the University of North Texas graduated in Spring of 2022. He would like to thank Owen Beans for giving him the opportunity to work this production.

Hank Baldree (LIGHTING DESIGNER) graduated from Tarleton State University, where he received his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Theatre and graduated in 2015. He has worked in numerous theatres around the DFW metroplex including Mainstage Irving Las Colinas, Granbury Theatre Company, Garland Summer Musicals, Dallas Young Artist, the former Pantagleize Theatre, Garland Civic Theatre, Community Players in Stephenville, and Theatre Off The Square. At these theatres, he has held numerous positions including stage manager, lighting designer, scene shop foreman, tech crew, actor, and director. He has received several honors recognizing his skills in theatre and technical theatre, including the 2015 Dr. Mary Jane Mingus Award for Theatre Excellence and the GSM 2015 award for technical excellence, and has been nominated numerous times for his lighting designs for Broadway World local theatre awards and for the local Column Awards as well.


David R. Moore, MBA (EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR) (he/him) David has been Executive Director at The Firehouse Theatre since 2014 assisting with vision, strategy, structure, management, fundraising, and marketing relationships. He serves as an Ex-Officio member of the Board of Directors, as well as on the Strategic Planning, Funds Development, Education, Finance, and Governance Committees. For over 30 years he served as a corporate executive at The Bonneau Company, Fossil, Inc., and Visionworks, and currently provides consulting services to various clients. He also serves on the Arts & Culture and Comprehensive Plan Stakeholder Advisory Committees for the City of Farmers Branch, as well as on the Advisory Board of The Warehouse Ministry in Georgia. He holds a BBA and MBA in Marketing and Management from Dallas Baptist University. David and his wife Cindy have lived in Farmers Branch for over 50 years and are blessed with three children, their spouses, two precious granddaughters and two fabulous grandsons.

Owen Beans (ASSOCIATE PRODUCER) (he/him) Owen is an Actor, Director, and Producer for theater and film. He served on The Firehouse Theatre Advisory Board from 2014-2021 and has been the Associate Producer, overseeing all programming at The Firehouse, since September of ’21. He has directed The Firehouse’s smash hit production of Catch Me If You Can, alongside his wife, Ally and co-directed The Firehouse Jr production of Into The Woods JR. As an actor, he’s been seen on stages in New York City, as well as prominent theaters across the country including Surflight Theatre, Totem Pole Playhouse, The Legacy Theatre, Cortland Rep, Casa Manana, and Dallas Children’s Theatre. Pre-pandemic he appeared as part of the inaugural tour cast of Kinky Boots aboard the Norwegian Encore. Additionally, Owen has worked as a Theatre Educator, Director, Music Director, Wardrobe Supervisor, Casting Assistant, and Dramaturg. He has also served as a producer on the short film Love as well as the upcoming Show Cat. Currently/Upcoming: Swing in Into The Woods (Dallas Theater Center), and co-directing Saturday Night Fever (The Firehouse). Owen holds a BFA in Theatre from Abilene Christian University and is a member of Actors Equity Association. Love to Ally. @OwenBeans.

Claire Boschert (OPERATIONS & ADMIN MANAGER) (she/her) is a Dallas-based stage manager and theater maker. She is excited to be a part of the Firehouse team! She graduated from Rice University in Houston, Texas in 2021. She has previously stage managed I Love You, Your Perfect, Now Change (Theatre 3), Women of Troy (Cry Havoc), The Laramie Project and Silent Sky (Rice Players), and The Importance of Being Earnest and As You Like It (Rice Visual and Dramatic Arts Department). Claire grew up in Lewisville and loves getting to make theater in her hometown! She would like to thank her family and friends for their love and support.

Shawna Robinson (PATRON SERVICES & VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR) (she/her) Shawna started as a Firehouse volunteer back in 2018, and loved it so much that she joined the team in 2022 as the theatre’s Patron Services and Volunteer Coordinator. She holds a dual degree in Finance and Marketing and has extensive experience in sales, promotions, and investments. She has spent the last eleven years raising and homeschooling her children and working in a volunteer capacity on various event coordinating and children’s theatre projects. Her acting resume includes the important role of Angel #2 in her middle school’s Christmas production. She hopes you will fall in love with this theatre like she did and support its commitment to bringing the arts to our community.

Logan Uhtenwoldt (HEAD OF TECHNICAL THEATRE) (he/him) is a local technical theatre artist. He is an alumni of the University of Miami and Miami University with a background in set design, lighting design, and scenic construction. Before joining Firehouse, Logan was most recently the Technical Production Manager for House of Spirits: A Haunted Cocktail Soiree (Meyer2Meyer Production). He is thrilled to be the newest member of the Firehouse staff!

Maggie Sproul (PRODUCTION & TECH ASSISTANT) (she/her) is passionate about helping to create theatre magic! Spring of 2022, during her first show back after college, she fell in love with the art all over again. Maggie has enjoyed learning more about technical theatre as she steps into her leadership role here at The Firehouse Theatre. She uses her creative skills to help bring the director’s vision to life with scenic design and costumes. Maggie grew up acting, costuming, stage managing and scenic designing for a local children’s theatre and could have never imagined the privilege to turn her passion into a career.