Hannah Fawcett (she, her)
Hannah is the founder of Struts & Frets Theatre Company. She is an actor, singer, and teaching artist with a focus on intersectional Shakespeare and classical texts, which she is so excited to bring to her work as Artistic Director of S&F.
She has worked as an actor and teaching artist at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, ShakespeareAMERICA Institute, and the Oregon Center for the Arts. Her favorite roles at S&F include Imogen in Cymbeline and Rosalind in As You Like It, among others.
She holds a BFA in Performance from Southern Oregon University, and is currently a Guest Artist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also check out her website
Blair Cromwell (she, her)
Director of Education
Blair is a founding member of Struts & Frets. She has been with the company since its humble beginnings back in the woods. Blair is a teacher at Dallas High School.
She has taught at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival for over 20 years, Willamette University, Western Oregon University, and Children's Educational Theatre, to name a few. She has worked to develop statewide assessments through the Oregon University System and the Oregon Department of Education.
Blair is a recipient of the Oregon Theatre Arts Association Rex Rabold Memorial Award for professional achievement, and Oregon Theatre Arts Association Melba Day Sparks Henning Award for the Oregon Hall of Fame for Extraordinary Achievement and Service.
She can be reached at email@example.com
Matt Jurick (he, him)
Matt is a member of the board for Struts & Frets Theatre Company. Matt’s first-ever paying job was running lights for his local summer stock community theatre, and that was the summer that changed it all. Specializing in lighting design, directing, and stage management, Matt has designed, directed, or stage managed over 40 different theatrical productions, from middle school through collegiate, even dabbling a bit in regional theatre, before ultimately deciding his career was destined for K-12 education.
Of all those productions, he is most proud of his work light designing for The Fantasticks, directing The Laramie Project, and stage managing The Falsetto Trilogy. His top-three dream shows are Hair to light design, Sweeney Todd to direct, and The Duchess of Malfi to stage manage.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Lindbeck (she, hers)
Katie is a director, actor, and teaching artist with a focus on dramaturgy and theatre education and literacy and is very excited to support the work of Struts and Frets Theatre Company. She has worked in a variety of theatre educational settings including: Children’s Educational Theatre, Argonauts, Purdue University, Theatre for a New City (NYC), Children’s Theatre of Charleston (WV), Linfield College, Chemeketa Community College, and McKay High School.
She has served as a Dramaturg in educational settings as well as theatre companies for both original projects and adaptations as well a Production Dramaturge for groups including: Black Cultural Center Purdue University, Northern Illinois University, University of Oregon, Linfield College, Purdue University, Oklahoma Shakespeare Festival, Vassar Powerhouse Theatre, and Northwest Playwrights Festival – Pentacle Theatre.
As a Director she has worked for Children’s Educational Theatre, Children’s Theatre of Charleston, Purdue University, Salem Parks and Recreation, Chez Robert Dinner Theatre, Lakewood Theatre, McKay High School High School, Pentacle Theatre. She holds an MFA in Theatre Dramaturgy from Purdue University and is currently retired in Salem Oregon.
She can be reached at katieL@strutsandfretstheatre.org