Anna Caroline Gregg (Rosalind, Much Ado About Nothing) will be sixth grader at Carl Stuart Middle School in the fall and is enjoying her third season of fun with Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre.
Ira Grace (Flute, A Midsummer Night’s Dream) is a student at Hendrix and is happy to be working with Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre this summer. He was a founding member of Armadillo Rodeo in Little Rock and after graduation continued doing improv with Improv Little Rock at the Public Theatre and The Joint.
Regina Garcia (Scenic Design, Oliver! and King Lear) is an Illinois-based scenic designer and has been designing for drama, ensemble-based theater and devised work for fifteen years, including with renowned Latino theaters such as Repertorio Español, the Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, INTAR, and Pregones Theater.
Geneva Galloway (Company Manager) is a Senior theatre major and marketing minor at the University of Central Arkansas.
Holly Ruth Gale (Mrs. Sowerberry/Mrs. Bedwin, Oliver!) is so happy to be back with Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre!
Zabei Frank (Young Company, Oliver!) is a fourth grader at Julia Lee Moore Elementary.
Adam D. Frank (Antonio, Much Ado About Nothing; Oberon/Quince, A Midsummer Night’s Dream) is in his third season with Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre.
Brennan Foster (Don John, Much Ado About Nothing; Mr. Sowerberry, Oliver!) hails from Albuquerque, NM, where he recently appeared in Venus in Fur at the Aux Dog Theater (directed by Kristine Holtvedt) and had a featured role in the final season of Breaking Bad. He also is a director and founder of the Dark Matters
Laura K. Dowling (Lighting Design, Much Ado About Nothing) holds a BA in Drama from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, and an MFA in Lighting Design from Indiana University.
Rachel K. Dooley (Stage Manager, Much Ado About Nothing) is a graduate of the University of Houston, School of Theatre & Dance.
Hart Denton (Ensemble, Oliver! and King Lear) is singer/songwriter/actor from Nashville, Tennessee, where he has just completed his first year at Belmont University studying music, acting, and entrepreneurship. While in Nashville, he starred in a one act play, The Break, and appeared in several music videos, national television shows, and national commercials. He is an accomplished