Woven Theatre Team 

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Laramie Hearn

Co-founder/Artistic Council Member/ Director 

Laramie Hearn is a Texas born theatre director who holds a Directing BFA from Belmont University. Before that, she dabbled in religious studies, writing, ancient history, acting, and costume design, all things she still very much enjoys. She is passionate about Shakespeare, plays by and for women, and shows that challenge our perceptions of the world. She has spent her time in Nashville honing her craft as a Director, Assistant Director, Stage Manager, and Playwright.

Laramie handles Outreach and Development for Woven Theatre. 

Email her at laramiehearn@gmail.com

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William Kyle Odum 

Co-founder/Artistic Council Member/ Director/Designer

William Kyle Odum is from Harlem, Georgia but now calls Nashville home. He currently works at The Harpeth Hall School as the Assistant Technical Director and a director. Kyle gravitates toward new works and theatre that is transgressive and theatre that tells stories in a unique and challenging way. He is a Director, Sound Designer, Actor, Technician and all around Theatre Creator. Kyle holds a B.F.A. in Directing from Belmont University. 

Kyle handles the Business end for Woven Theatre.

Email him at wkyleodumwt@gmail.com

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Sam Lowry

Co-founder/Artistic Council Member/ Director/Designer

Sam Lowry is an Atlanta born theatre artist who now calls Nashville home. He holds a BFA in Directing from Belmont University. Along the way he has served as a director, designer, actor, dramaturg and stage combat choreographer. He is attracted to powerful, intimate theatre that provokes thought and discourse.

Sam handles Marketing and Public Relations along with Taylor Bloom. 

Email him at samlowrywt@gmail.com

Miles Gatrell


Miles Gatrell received his BFA from Belmont University and is currently an MFA student at the University of Iowa. Giant Squid, his first play, was produced by Woven Theatre in the summer of 2016. He hopes to offer something different with his new play, Uncanny. We look to superheros in times of crisis, and Uncanny strives to explore their power in a modern world.

Photo by Yohei Koinuma