A writer, actor and singer, GerRee Hinshaw has appeared with Denver-area theatre companies including Buntport Theater, Curious Theatre, The Bug Theatre Company, Denver Children’s Theater and The LIDA Project. Her work has earned both readers’ and critics’ awards in The Denver Post, The Rocky Mountain News and The Westword. GerRee hosts Freak Train, a zany, open-stage show held every last Monday of the month–now in its fourteenth year. She lives in Wheat Ridge with her husband and son.
Emily K. Harrison is the founder and producing artistic director of Boulder-based, award-winning square product theatre. She holds an MFA in Performance from the Savannah College of Art & Design, a PhD in Theatre from the University of Colorado, and a BA in Theatre Studies from Boston’s Emerson College. Recent collaborations include fun times with Hoarded Stuff Performance, Buntport Theater Company, Off-Center at the Denver Center, and Screw Tooth Productions. Emily teaches for the Theatre & Dance Department at CU Boulder and for the School of the Arts at Naropa University, in addition to serving as the Project Manager for Boulder Arts Week. Emily was recently featured as part of Westword’s “100 Colorado Creatives” series, and was recognized by The Denver Post as a 2011 Pathmaker. emilykharrison.com
Jim Ruberto has been a staple of Denver’s music scene for well over a decade. In recent years most of his efforts have been in the recording studio serving an extensive list of clients and producing critically acclaimed releases by such artists as Jen Korte & the Loss, Achille Lauro, and Charlotte Sass. He is currently a staff engineer at Blue Tower Studio and Mighty Fine Productions, but still likes to get out of the studio and perform now & then, and has been spotted on stage in 2014 with Saturn Cowboys and The Wendy Clark Band. Jim is delighted to be The Fourth Ball. jimruberto.com
Mare Trevathan is a wife, stepmother, daughter, audio book narrator and the Associate Artistic Director of Boulder’s LOCAL Theater Company. Mare is also a director and is currently working with Kaiser Permanente on an anti-bullying show for 3-6 graders.
Adrian Egolf is a type A personality who LOVES organizing things (of all shapes, sizes, and walks of life), project managing a bunch of balls is a perfect fit. When she is not discussing big balls, Christmas balls, and other types of balls, Adrian is a full-time actress, part-time teaching artist, and the artistic director and founder of ScreenPLAY here in Denver. In Colorado, Adrian has appeared on stage at The Denver Center for Performing Arts, The Arvada Center, The Boulder Ensemble Theater Company, Buntport Colorado, The Edge Theater, Miner’s Alley Playhouse, The Barth Hotel, The Colorado Springs Fine arts Center, Curious Theater Company, The Denver Children’s Theater, Theaterworks Colorado Springs, and The Creede Repertory Theater. Ballsy!