If you’ve seen a show recently at Seattle Repertory Theatre, 5th Avenue Theatre, or Village Theatre, chances are good you’ve seen the inventive and impressive lighting design of Robert J. Aguilar, our Lighting Designer for Angels in America Parts 1&2. Of his new role, Robert says, “This show at this place at this time; […]
Intiman is thrilled to welcome renowned artist/designer Mark Mitchell to his first Intiman festival experience, as our Costume Designer for Angels in America Parts 1 & 2.
Mark is an artist, designer, and teacher whose performance and subsequent exhibition of Mark Mitchell:Burial at the Frye Museum in September 2013 drew record attendance and was critically […]
If you’ve seen even one Intiman festival show in the past two years, then you’ve seen the exceptional, award-winning scenic design of Jennifer Zeyl.
Not only is she our Production Manager, Jennifer has designed the set for every single show of our 2012 and 2013 festivals. And she’s back again this year, as the Scenic […]
Our final cast reveal is the immensely talented Marya Sea Kaminski: Award-winning actor, writer, solo performer, and returning repertory member.
You may remember Marya (how could you not?) from our original festival, where she portrayed Janet in Dan Savage’s Miracle!, the title role in Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler, and The Nurse in Romeo and Juliet.
On the […]
Adam Standley is a recent familiar face at Intiman, performing in three of last year’s festival shows (Stu for Silverton, Trouble in Mind, We Won’t Pay! We Won’t Pay!).
He has also worked with award-winning casts at Seattle Children’s Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Company, and the Washington Ensemble Theatre, and he is a founding member of […]
Born and raised in Hawaii, Quinn Franzen now calls Seattle home. We’re excited to welcome Quinn back to the Intiman boards, where he portrayed Romeo (Romeo and Juliet) and Frank (Dirty Story) in our 2012 festival.
Quinn is a company member of the Satori Group, and has produced and performed a bunch of new work […]
If you’ve ever seen a show in Seattle, you’ve probably seen Timothy McCuen Piggee. Timothy was a member of our first festival repertory company in 2012, and he’s appeared at many productions at Intiman, including Measure for Measure (Angelo), Richard III (Hastings), Crumbs from the Table of Joy (Godfrey), Cymbeline (Caius) and The Taming […]
After a successful Broadway career, Anne Allgood moved to Seattle in the late 1990s and quickly became a regular on the local theatre scene, most recently starring as Mary, Queen of Scots in Mary Stuart (ACT Theatre), Mrs. Paroo in The Music Man (5th Avenue Theatre), and Berthe in Boeing Boeing (Seattle Repertory Theatre). […]
Alex Highsmith is a newcomer to Seattle, a Utah native with Washington roots, growing up visiting family here at Christmas. After graduating from Boston University’s College of Fine Arts in 2011, Alex travelled the country with the National Players, performing as Kate in Taming of the Shrew and Curley’s Wife in Of Mice and […]
An Oregon native, TY BOICE is an award-winning theatre artist with stage credits all over the great Northwest including Seattle (Closer, Balagan Theatre; Much Ado About Nothing, Wrecking Crew). He’s the founding Artistic Director and an acting company member of the critically acclaimed Post5 Theatre in Portland, dedicated to producing fresh, contemporary ensemble-based productions […]