EMILY ESTRADA

Give a warm welcome to Emily Estrada, new resident RBTC director/collaborator/self proclaimed 'dramaturgical fool'. Her spirit is warm, her height is tall, and her sass is delicious. Catch her secretly bellowing Lear into the sea, AND if you ask nice– she'd love to explain all the intricate reasons as to why Slytherin is the best Hogwarts house.

pronouns: she/her

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Alanna Archibald
ALANNA ARCHIBALD

Meet Alanna Archibald, RBTC resident actor, mover, storyteller, marketing maven, and full-time redhead. She’ll give you a loud ‘HELL YEAH, BROTHER’ to anything spooky or dark, and she wouldn't get by without her precocious cat Roxy Renegade. Alanna hates piña coladas but LOVES getting caught in the rain.

pronouns: she / her

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HAILEY HOUSER

Give a big 'howdy' to Hailey Houser, our actor/director that's makin' moves on and off the stage. If you want to scream-sing country songs and create work that inspires others, you should probably adopt her into your life ASAP (but really, she is human sunshine).

pronouns: she / her

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Alanna Archibald
KAYLA HANSON

Say hi to Kayla Hanson, our resident actor/producer who is a super snacker and true crime lover extraordinaire. Honestly, she's real life renaissance woman– can you believe? If you’re hankering for some movie, tv show, or meme recommendations, she's your gal. 

pronouns: she / her

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ERIN MACGILLIVRAY

Say hello to Erin MacGillivray– our supreme stage manager and multi-talented designer. Erin, who spent over 4 years studying latin, likes to carpe the diem on the regular and reads historical romance novels aplenty in her spare time (though we like to keep her pretty busy).

pronouns: she / her

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CLAIRE ALDRIDGE

Claire Aldridge is an RBTC actor, poet, mover, and all around powerful vagabond. Born rebellious with a keen ear for synth, she can make anyone feel like they're home. Ask her about sharks... no really, PLEASE ask her about sharks because she wants an opportunity to yell about how much she loves them.

pronouns: she / her / they / them

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Alanna Archibald