December 6-16, 2018
9620 Campo Rd.
Spring Valley, CA 91977
Marisa Musgrove has been working in the theatre as a performer, teacher and director in and around San Diego and Los Angeles for many years. Currently Marisa is a teaching artist and director at Coronado Playhouse, Young Actors' Theatre, Mt. Helix Academy and West Hills High School. Some favorite directing/choreography credits: Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Miracle Worker, Parade, Guys and Dolls, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Annie, Cinderella, Once Upon a Mattress, Into The Woods, The Lion King and Violet. Marisa also holds a B.A. in Liberal Studies and is attending graduate school to attain a teaching credential.
Wilfred is a California based artist finishing his M.A. in Theatre Arts focusing on K-12 Education at San Diego State University where he holds a B.A. in Theatre Performance: Acting and Musical Theatre. Wilfred trains at MCIT Studio (Meisner and Chekhov Acting technique). In addition to his work at Young Actor’s Theater, he works as a teaching artist with the California Center of the Arts, Playwright’s Project, and San Diego Junior Theatre. Past: CYT, COSA (guest artist), Chaparral High School, and the Sweetwater Union High School District. Wilfred actively engages in social justice centered work with Blindspot Collective and performs on various stages in San Diego. Upcoming performances: New Village Arts Theatre in Carlsbad (2019): Smokey Joe’s Café and Bella: An American Tall Tale. In 2017, Wilfred was in the original west coast cast of "O Wondrous Night" at SeaWorld San Diego. Other performance credits include Breakthrough Workshop Theatre, Playwright's Project, Coronado Playhouse, OnStage Playhouse, Patio Playhouse, and university stages at UCSD, SDSU, Southwestern College, and San Diego City College. Listen to him on Spotify and iTunes on the original cast recording of the musical The Things We Never Say featured on the track “Coronado Lights”.
Matt is a cantor and director of the Youth Choir at St. John of the Cross Catholic Church, where he recently starred as Joseph in the SJC Drama Ministry's production of Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He is always thrilled to musically direct in YAT productions. He loves being able to work with such talented students. Previous shows include Aladdin, Alice in Wonderland, Bye Bye Birdie The Music Man, Mulan and The Jungle Book, jr.
Attending SDSCPA, Devon Jack is a theatre obsessor who is either on the stage performing, or behind the scenes stage managing. He is a Senior this year, and is looking to stay in the business and go to college for a BA in Theatre Arts. He also has a dream of teaching middle school theatre. Devon enjoys spending his time with local theatre companies, volunteering hours to help on crew, while also looking for experience in set design. “The fun for me in collaboration is, one, working with other people just makes you smarter; that's proven” -Lin-Manuel Miranda