Maryann Green has been a theatre teacher at Rincon and University High Schools for 20 years. In addition to her day job and Fringe, she is a storyteller with FST Female Storytellers, a director at Live Theatre Workshop, including curating the Etcetera Late-Night series, and a sometimes actor. She holds a BFA in Theatre Education from the University of Arizona and an MA in Directing from Roosevelt University / Chicago College of Performing Arts. She has also studied Shakespeare at the Huntington Institute in Pasadena and at the Polonsky Shakespeare Institute / Theatre For A New Audience in New York, through a grant from the NEH. She’s seen U2 in concert 15 times but don’t hold that against her.
Chloe Loos is a theatre artist, advocate, facilitator, and world traveler with a special affinity for the Southwest. She believes the vitality of theatre is in its unique ability to put humans together and create a space for confrontation, exploration, and understanding. She has been seen on the roster of many companies in town and, starting in the Fall, will be working on a master’s in public administration in order to explore the ways theatre can be politicized for community development. Check out her work at chloeloos.com.
Robert Owens has been with Tucson Fringe since June 2019.
James Pack has written several collections of poetry and short fiction, is a contributing writer for themighty.com and the Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog. He manages his personal website as well as a local entertainment website for Tucson, AZ. He studied Theatre Arts at the University of Arizona and studied Entertainment Business at Full Sail University for his graduate degree. James is a board member and Treasurer for the Tucson Fringe Theatre Festival and works with many nonprofits and local artists in the performing arts community. He lives in Tucson, AZ. Visit his website to learn more about James. www.thejamespack.com, @jamespackwriter.
James Pack wrote this bio in the third person and it makes him feel narcissistic and gross.
Reilly Rodriguez is a Tucson native and currently attending the University of Arizona double-majoring in Law and History. She’s a busy student by day and an inconsistent painter/doodler by night. She loves and appreciates art in all its forms, but the non-traditional performance kind has her heart. She has been a part of the Tucson Fringe Festival since 2017.
Cynthia has been working in the nonprofit community since 2004, working mostly in the arts and human services sectors. In 2013, she moved to Tucson, Az from the east coast. Cynthia has over 10 years of experience working in fundraising and currently works at Habitat for Humanity Tucson as the Foundation and Corporate Relations Manager. For fun, she likes to keep up with her dance skills, do some yoga, and hang out with friends and family. Cynthia lives on the eastside of Tucson with her husband and three dogs.
Robin, a proud self-proclaimed theater nerd grew up in Tucson and is a graduate of Sunnyside High School. After spending 30 years in California, she returned to Tucson and decided to re-root herself in the creative community and by a series of seemingly disconnected encounters, she found the Tucson Fringe Festival. Robin joined the board of directors in January 2019 and is looking forward to helping the festival grow and bring the joy of live theater to a wider audience in Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Creatista is a full-service film/video, multimedia and photography production company. Owners Anna and Scott Griessel are proud supporters of Tucson Fringe Festival. Learn more about Anna and Scott from their website www.creatista.com.
Gore’s interest in photography was sparked by her father, a graphic artist and avid photographer himself. She received her first camera at the age of 6 and proceeded to document her family and friends and has never stopped photographing. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Arizona in art communications and a Master’s Degree in film from California Institute of the Arts. Learn more about Abbe and all her art projects at www.duh-fineart.com.