Megan is a graduate from the University of Idaho majoring in Theater with an emphasis on Costume Design. She has previously worked with the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, the touring production of The Lion King and most recently Stage Left Theater in Spokane, WA. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to join Pend Oreille Players Association in this role and would like to thank her “theater family” from Theater Arts for Children for casting her in her first show way back when.
Racine has been volunteering with the playhouse as the tech person and part time director for at least 7 years, although it feels like forever. When not at the playhouse she goes to the University of Hawaii and enjoys being able to surf in December.
I'm Kimberly Fry and I've been with POPA since I was in 5th grade. Now, at 21, the playhouse has become a second home. I love going outside and camping. I love all animals. My favorite color is Bright Orange and I have the need for speed.
Laura debuted as an actor on our stage in 2022 as Honey Raye in Christmas Belles. Before that, Laura's theatre experience dates back to high school where she was part of the Theater Company, performing in a number of Mime Shows and in a traveling performance troop. Outside of theatre, Laura keeps busy as a wife, and mom to three amazing young kids, a career-woman, and a soccer coach.
Chris has been involved with POPA since 2010. His first role was Aslan in the Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. Since then, he has been involved in over 30 productions in various capacities, such as set design and construction, photography, videography, acting and directing.
My name is Anne Hill and have been volunteering with POPA for two years. I work full time as a graphic designer and enjoy designing the posters and playbills for the playhouse. When not working, you will find me outside kayaking, paddleboarding, hiking, and snowshoeing.
When you volunteer at the Playhouse, you become part of our theatre family!