Miranda Pepin (Maeve) is excited to be making her Woven Theatre debut! Recent credits include Whitney in World Builders with Pipeline Collective; the title role in Orlando and Stepdaughter in Six Characters in Search of an Author at Vanderbilt University Theatre; The Winter’s Tale and Antony & Cleopatra with Nashville Shakespeare Festival. She is a recent graduate of Vanderbilt University, where she received a B.A. in Physics.
Caitlin Brockell (Hannah) graduated from Hofstra University in 2015 with a B.F.A. in Theatre Performance. Recent credits include Love, Loss, and What I Wore (various roles), I Think You Think I Love You (Branwyn), Romeo and Juliet (Mercutio), Gruesome Playground Injuries (Kayleen), and Macbeth (Banquo/Lady Macduff). She would like to thank Natalie and Woven Theatre for giving her the opportunity to be a part of this beautiful play! Special thanks and lots of love to Mom, Dad, and Grem!
Rachel Woods (Linney) is so thrilled to be a part of this beautiful show! Favorite credits include: Alexandra (The Little Foxes), Thyona (Big Love), and Eileen (Uncanny). She holds a B.S. in Theatre Performance from the University of Evansville and has also trained at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, the American Theatre Wing, and Shakespeare’s Globe. She would like to thank her thirteen-year-old self for being, in retrospect, pretty cool.
Bekah Stogner (Ursa) is ecstatic and grateful to make her Woven Theatre debut. She is a recent Lipscomb University graduate, receiving a BA in English and a BFA in Acting. Previous credits include On the Verge (Alex), She Loves Me (Waiter), and Richard II (Bagot) with Lipscomb University Theatre. She was also the president of Lipscomb’s improv comedy troupe, Self IMPROV-ment, and a co-creator of Poetry Night at the University. She would like to thank Natalie, for everything, as well as the rest of the Truth/Dare team, her friends, and her family for their constant support. @heyoitsbekah
Natalie Risk is an award winning director, actor, and producer working in theatre and film. Originally from Cairo, she proudly calls Nashville home. Natalie holds a BFA in Theatre: Directing and Film Production from Lipscomb University. She was a co-founder and co-Producing Artistic Director of Second Stage Student Theatre, where she had the privilege of directing 2SST’s debut production, REALLY, REALLY, as well as scenic designing their most recent production of HEDDA GABLER. She has worked as an Assistant Director on numerous productions in Nashville, including DOUBT (Studio Tenn), INHERIT THE WIND (Nashville Rep) HAUNTED (Actor’s Bridge Ensemble), and RICHARD II (Nashville Shakespeare Festival). For the past year, she has proudly served playwrights in the development of new works for the stage through interning with the Ingram New Works Project. Aside from her work as a theatre artist, Natalie served as the Vice President of the student chapter of Tennessee Women in Film and Media. She has won numerous awards for her work in film, both as a director and an actor. Shout out to her family, friends, and baristas for their unending love, support, and caffeine.
Sarah Wood is excited to return to Woven Theatre Company as stage manager for Truth/Dare. Favorite technical credits include Little Shop of Horrors and Almost, Maine (Stage Manager), Wind in the Willows (Sound Board), Vanities (Wardrobe Assistant) and The Sound of Music(Production Intern). She also has various performance credits. 2014 Irene Ryan nomination. BA from Lindsey Wilson College. Kesha > The Beatles.
Assistant Stage Manager
Ansley is thrilled to be working on her first show with Woven Theatre. She has recently worked as a stage manager for Cinderella, Peter Pan, and Seussical at Franklin Road Academy. She will be attending Emerson College in the fall to study Theatre and Performance. Enjoy the show!