Patrick Calhoun - is a Washington, DC based composer and sound designer, and is honored to be a Hub Theatre company member. Previous Hub credits include Failure: A Love Story, A Man, His Wife, and His Hat and How I Paid For College. Patrick has worked with companies in the region including Shakespeare Theatre, Folger Theatre, Center Stage, Theatre J, Roundhouse Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Anacostia Playhouse, No Rules Theatre Company, The Arts Collective at HCC, The National Gallery of Art, Dance Exchange and others. For the 2012-2013 season he received the William R. Kenan, Jr. Fellowship at The Kennedy Center in Sound Design. Patrick completed graduate school at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and prior to that, his Bachelors at Greensboro College, North Carolina. Additionally, he has worked with Philadelphia Theatre Company, Barrington Stage Company, Triad Stage, Utah Shakespeare Festival, The Utah Festival Opera, Theatre West Virginia and JHE Production Group, among others. For more information visit www.patrickcalhoun.info.
Jennifer Carlson - Jenn is grateful to be a part of the Hub Theatre family. A graduate of Norwich University: the Military College of Vermont, she has worked as a stage manager, producer, production manager, and assistant director on over 60 productions for a dozen different companies in the DC metro area. Her theatrical achievements include: company member at Forum Theatre, Audience Services Director for WSC Avant Bard, 2008 League of Washington Theaters "Offie" recipient and the Carlton Berry Award for Contribution to the Dramatic Arts. None of this would have been possible without the support of her husband, Eddie, and daughters, Moira Paz and Ariadne."
Sarah Douglas is an actress, teaching artist, and therapeutic theatre facilitator. She received her MFA from The American Repertory Theatre/Moscow Art Theatre School’s Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University. In New York City, she was a lead artist and the Artistic Producer of The Mud/Bone Collective theatre company, and developed Impossible Country, a performance project that focused on the under-told stories of an asylum seekers currently living in New York City. Her credits include: The Public Theatre, Walkerspace, Studio 54, The Ontological theatre, The Vineyard Theatre, University Settlement, Studio 889, and Theatre Trouve. Following her move to the DC area, Sarah appeared at The Hub Theatre and Theatre J.
Maggie Erwin - Maggie couldn't be happier to be a part of this amazing Hub family! She was recently seen in She Kills Monsters at Rorschach Theatre. Other DC credits include Abominable and Failure: A Love Story at The Hub Theatre, Sunny and Licorice at Arts on the Horizon, Edgar and Annabel with Studio 2nd Stage, Aquarium at Imagination Stage, GO, DOG. GO! at NextStop Theatre Company, A Frontier: As Told By the Frontier with the Source Festival DC, New Play Festival at Young Playwrights' Theatre and The Pirate Laureate of Port Town at Flying V Theatre. Next up, Maggie’s in Bad Jews with the Studio Theatre, Rapture, Blister, Burn at Roundhouse Theatre and The Wizard of Oz with Adventure Theatre. Maggie is a recipient of Boston University's Award for Theatrical Collaboration and interned with the Australian Theatre for Young People in Sydney, Australia. Maggie is a graduate of Boston University and holds a BFA in Acting/Theatre Arts. Love always to her partner in this world, Doug. www.maggieerwin.com
James Flanagan - James is honored to be a company member at The Hub. Stage credits include productions at Woolly Mammoth, Theatre J, Studio Theatre, Rep Stage, Everyman Theatre, New York Theatre Workshop, Taffety Punk's Bootleg Shakespeare, Longacre Lea Productions, Quotidian Theatre, Perseverance Theatre Alaska, Baltimore Shakespeare Festival, Chesapeake Shakespeare Co., Maryland Shakespeare Festival, VSA Arts, The Kennedy Center TYA, and others. He received his training at Towson University.
Kristen Garaffo - Kristen Garaffo is an actor and singer in Washington DC, and is so happy to call the Hub her artistic home. She was last seen at the Hub as Olympia in Big Love, and as Sadako in A Thousand Cranes. Other DC credits include Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (Adventure Theatre), A Christmas Caro l (Fords Theatre), Who's Your Baghdaddy, or How I Started the Iraq War (New Musical Foundation), You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (No Rules Theatre Company), Suburban Motel (1st Stage), Orestes, A Tragic Romp(Folger Theatre), and The Winters Tale (Wandering Souls). Kristen holds a BFA in musical theatre from the Boston Conservatory. www.KristenGaraffo.com
Robbie Hayes - Robbie was the scenic designer for The Hub’s productions of Carried Away on the Crest of a Wave, The Pavilion, Summer Nights Cabaret, and Birds of a Feather. Robbie served as the Technical Director for the Theater and Performance Studies Program and the Davis Performing Arts Center. He has
been the Lighting Designer for The Race, Wisconsin Death Trip, Trees and Ghosts, Big Love, Eurydice, Gospel at Colonus, The Skin of our Teeth, Dream Boy, Right as Rain, Sleep, and Dr. Korczak and the Children. He has been the Scenic Designer for Anansi, Stuff Happens, and Dr. Korczak and the
Children. DC Design credits include scenery for References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot, This Storm is What We call Progress, and The Skin of Our Teeth (Rorschach Theatre where he is a company member), As American As, Neglect, Getting Out with Journeymen Theater, Scenes from the Big Picture and lightingfor The Drunkard (Solas Nua), and Crumble (Lay Me Down Justin Timberlake) with Catalyst. Chicago area designs include work with Light Opera Works, Northlight Theatre, Rivendell Theatre Ensemble, orchlight Music Theatre, Teatro Vista, A Red Orchid Theatre, Empire Theatre, and many others.
Kristen LePine - is a playwright, novelist, and teaching artist. She is proud to call the Hub Theatre her artistic home, and has developed three plays at the Hub: Foolish Fire, Leto Legend, and Dire Wolves. Foolish Fire took top honors at the 9th Annual Firehouse Theatre Festival of New American Plays. Dire Wolves continued its development with a Workshop Production at Spooky Action Theatre in DC. Kristen is currently working on a new play commission for Theatre J. Cracked Pots will be presented in the 2015 Theatre J Locally Grown Festival. Regionally, her works have been staged at Active Cultures, Firehouse Theatre, the Hub Theatre, Inkwell, Georgia College and State University, Pinky Swear Productions, The Pittsburgh New Works Festival, Spooky Action Theatre, the Source Theatre Festival, and Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. She is the former coordinator and producer of Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s local playwriting forum, PlayGround. She is also the author of two fantasy fiction novels to be published by Zoozil Media, which specializes in educational books for reluctant elementary and middle school readers. Kristen holds an MFA in Dramatic Writing from Humboldt State University, and she currently teaches Playwriting, Dramatic Literature and Introduction to Theatre at the University of Mary Washington.
Will Pommerening - Will is proud to join Hub as a Company Member after the great experiences he had as stage manager for Act A Lady, Carried Away On The Crest Of A Wave, and Abominable. He has also stage managed the 5 Little Monkeys and Big NateNational Tours for Adventure Theatre MTC. Will graduated from Elon University with a BA in Design and Production. When he is not calling a show, Will teaches preschool in Arlington County and plays Ukulele (often at the same time).
Tia Shearer - Tia Shearer is an actor, a playwright, a teacher at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, and a creator of "baby theatre" (with her husband and favorite collaborator, Matt Bassett) at Arts on the Horizon. She is also a company member of Flying V Theatre, and moonlights as an Audience Designer, inviting audience members to interact with the world of a show before they even enter the theatre space. She is a graduate of NYU's Gallatin School for Individualized Studies, which is what makes her so adept at putting all of her favorite things together.
Chris Stinson - Chris is a proud company member and so happy to be part of The Hub Theatre family. He has appeared in The Hub's productions of Abominable (Sam), Failure: A Love Story (John N.), and A Man, His Wife and His Hat (Golem). Other DC area credits include: Pen (Washington Stage Guild); The Iceman Cometh (Quotidian Theatre); A Clockwork Orange (Scena Theatre); We Tiresias (Forum Theatre) *Best Local Play: Washington City Paper '13*; Parfumerie (1st Stage); To Kill a Mockingbird (The Theatre Lab) and several readings at The Hub Theatre's Play Fest, and the Kennedy Center's Page-to-Stage Festival. Film/TV: Dinner with the Alchemist; Roommates (Arizona In'tl FF); The Closet (DC 48-Hour FF); Southern Fried Homicide (Investigation Discovery) and House of Cards. Chris is a graduate of Penn State University. www.chrisstinsonactor.com
Maria Vetsch - Maria began costuming shows upon graduating from California State University, Long Beach, CA in 1990 with a degree in Clothing and Textile Design. Her career began with costuming entertainment shows for both stage and film for the Walt Disney Company in Anaheim, CA. While working for Disney, she taught Costume History at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, CA. Maria also costumed for Irvine Valley College Theatrefaire for Children and the Brea Theatre League. Her husband’s career brought her to VA where she designed and taught costume production, setup and maintenance for numerous shows from 2002 until 2010 for the Fairfax County Public School Theatre Program. Maria has also costumed shows for the Keegan Theatre. She has designed costumes for The Hub Theatre since its premiere show of Trunks in 2008.
David Zimmerman - DC Theatre credits include Big Love and Merry, Happy...What? (The Hub Theatre), Two Gentlemen of Verona (Brave Spirits Theatre), Cyrano de Bergerac and Comedy of Errors (Folger Theatre), andWomen Beware Women (Constellation Theatre). David was also a troupe member in the 2009 Rough, Rude, and Boisterous tour for The American Shakespeare Center where he was seen in Romeo and Juliet, All’s Well That Ends Well, The Knight of the Burning Pestle, and A Christmas Carol. David got his BA in English Literature from Liberty University.