Ti Ames is a non-binary actor, director and recent Oberlin grad who directed Black Mac, a retelling of Macbeth in a Black aesthetic, at the Jefferson School, and who was the first Black actor to win the English-speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition.
Chris Beaulieu’s theatre credits include performances in “My Fair Lady”, “Fiddler on The Roof” and “Damn Yankees.” Most recently he co-directed “The Jungle Book” at Fork Union Military Academy. He has trained as a voiceover actor and has been doing professional voice work for a year.
Clinton Johnston is a director, actor, educator and playwright who specializes in Shakespeare. He recently directed August Wilson’s Fences at the Jefferson School and The Lion in Winter with the Four County Players. He has taught theater at Mary Baldwin College and holds an MFA in Directing from UVA.