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Meet the Cast & Crew of The Boy Who Cried Wolf


Brad Walker (Sam) is pleased as always to be back with StoryBook Theater; previously appearing in last year’s Sleeping Beauty and Jack and the Beanstalk. An actor, director, event entertainer, teaching artist, and a graduate of the University of Washington, Brad has performed on stages all over the Puget Sound; a few favorite roles: Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors (Harlequin Productions), Linus in A Charlie Brown Christmas (Taproot Theatre), as well as shows with Book-It Repertory Theatre, Intiman Theatre, Second Story Repertory, and 14/48 Projects. His favorite Pokémon is Starmie. For Kaili and Mason.
Kaysy Ostrom (Wolf) is so excited to be back with StoryBook Theater after swinging as Little Red last season! Other favorite roles include Bree in Fancy Nancy and the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland, both at SecondStory Repertory. Kaysy is a graduate of Southern Methodist University where she received a BFA in Theatre Studies with an emphasis in acting and playwriting. Her plays have been produced in Boise, Dallas, and New York City and her original songs are sprinkled across the internet. When she’s not making theatre you can find her teaching theatre to the next generation of performers at Studio East and Youth Theatre Northwest!
Abby Duke (Wolf) is thrilled to revise her role as the wolf in one of her favorite shows ever. For the past 2+ years Abby has taken a sabbatical from acting to pursue her masters in Speech Language Pathology, but you may recall seeing her in the past in Three Bears, Pinocchio, 3 Pigs and numerous others. Abby also teaches/directs at Studio East and teaches private singing and piano lessons. Love to Erik and the whole Studio East/Storybook Theater family!
Sarah Russell (Townsperson, Sheep) is excited to be returning to the Storybook stage. Recent Credits include Little Red Riding Hood, Chicken Little (StoryBook Theater), The Lion,The Witch, and the Wardrobe (Seattle Children’s Theater), Grease, Hairspray in Concert (5th Avenue Theatre), Big Fish, Charlie Brown Christmas (Taproot Theatre) and My Heart is the Drum (Village Theater). When not onstage, Sarah is a teaching artist currently working with Seattle Theater Group. 
Deonn Hunt (Boy’s Mother, Sheep) is thrilled to be back on stage with her all time favorite StoryBook Theater show!  She was last seen as The Fairy Godmother in Sleeping Beauty and Granny in Little Red. In addition to performing, Deonn is also a teacher, director, playwright, dialect coach, tour guide and wedding officiant.  She would like to thank Mark for his never ending patience and support and Luke and Clara for running lines and listening to hours of StoryBook Theater rehearsal CD’s in the car. Deonn is always grateful for the opportunity to continue to do what she loves!
  Samuel Pettit (Director) has worked in the Puget Sound Area doing just about everything. He has appeared onstage with Seattle Opera, Barrington Stage Company, Village, TMP and Storybook Theater as well as many others. At Village he has appeared in Babes in Arms and stage managed for the New Works Festival and Love is Love. Sam has worked as choreographer and director on such shows as Anything Goes, Peter Pan, High School Musical, Red-Hot and Cole, Pippi Longstocking, ‘Twas the Night…, Once Upon A Mattress, Annie, Little Shop of Horrors, She Loves Me, Robin Hood, Grease, Seussical, Bye, Bye, Birdie and Nunsense.
Karen Omahen (Choreographer) is excited to be back choreographing for Storybook Theater’s 19th season!  She has had the pleasure of staging pigs, elves, dorfs, chickens, witches, ducks and other magical creatures for StoryBook Theater’s talented casts and crews for the past 15 plus years.  Favorite SB shows include Little Red, Chicken Little, and 3 Little Pigs.  Teaching credits include Studio East, Tap Dance Seattle, the 5th Avenue Theatre and the U. of WA.  Performing credits include local, regional and Broadway productions.
Liz Clayton (Stage Manager) Liz has been stage managing for StoryBook Theater since 2009, and she loves working with the StoryBook and Studio East actors, staff, and crew. Liz has a BA in theatre from Notre Dame and an MFA in drama and theatre for the young from Eastern Michigan University. Liz and her husband Noel have two young StoryBook fans of their own: Leo, born in 2014, and Joseph, born in 2016. 


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