stetler-brook-headshot-bw-480x640Brook Stetler – Executive Director and Camp Instructor

Brook grew up in Kansas, graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University with a BFA in acting and directing, and worked at a number of regional theatres throughout the Midwest, including The Know Theatre of Cincinnati, The Old Creamery Theatre, The New Stage Collective, and The Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. He has called this part of Florida home for the past six years. Some of Brook’s favorite projects with The REP include The Turn of the Screw, Every Christmas Story Ever Told, The 39 Steps, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Around the World in 80 Days, Matt & Ben, The Tempest, The Stinky Cheese Man, Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged, The Santaland Diaries, and The Homecoming.

headshots-rosenberg-john-bw-1John Rosenberg – Production Manager

John is enjoying his 13th season with The REP. His hobbies include live music, archival, special events production, continual maintenance of his VW camper, and his latest, vertical gardening. He is a student of mountain culture, and takes frequent trips for field study. He hopes you enjoy tonight’s production.

Aubrey Ainsworth – Director of Artistic Operations & Member Services

Although originally from Colorado, the Emerald Coast has served as Aubrey’s home base for the majority of her life, while spending time in Texas, Louisiana, and North Carolina. She graduated from the theatre program at Gulf Coast State College and received her B.A in Theatre Arts from Texas Tech University. For four years, she served as Assistant Director for the Imagination Children’s Theatre. In 2013, she worked with Gulf Coast State College as Stage Manager for Les Misérables, an experience that will always be near and dear to her heart. With the The REP, Aubrey serves as Artistic Associate, Company Stage Manager, and Costume Designer. Some of her stage management and costume design credits at The REP include Every Christmas Story Ever Told, Shipwrecked! An Entertainment, Commedia Robin Hood, and Sleeping Beauty. This season she continues as Costume Designer and Stage Manager for Commedia Rapunzel and The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales.

Erinn Stranko – Director of Marketing & Sponsorship

Erinn grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma and graduated with her B.A. in Liberal Arts from Langston University, and is due to graduate with her M.P.A. this Fall. She has dedicated her graduate studies to community arts and their link to both social and economic prosperity. Erinn’s love of theatre began in her high school stagecraft courses where she was led by instructor and mentor, Ricky Newkirk, who taught her the joy of bringing life to the stage through hammer and nail. She was the 2013 Walton Area Chamber’s Best Volunteer at their renowned Celebrity Waiter Dinner Fundraiser for her over the top performance of “White Rabbit” and sat as the Vice Chair on the Visit South Walton Tourist Development Council Arts & Culture Committee from 2013-2014. Erinn has been a volunteer with The REP since 2009, and has dedicated endless hours to the success of The REP for the love of the show. Some of her favorite REP productions include The Santaland Diaries, The Complete Works of Shakespeare Abridged, Around the World in 80 Days, and Den of Thieves. In her free time she enjoys photographing strangers, petting every single dog, and meandering through state parks.

Kyle Walter – Performer & Production Assistant

Kyle is a recent graduate of the M.F.A Acting program at West Virginia University. He is excited to return to The REP, where previous credits include The 39 Steps, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Shipwrecked. Kyle also holds his Bachelor’s degree in Theatre from East Tennessee State University and has worked in theatres across the region including Unto These Hills, Blue Moon Dinner Theatre, and Trail of the Lonesome Pine. Some favorite shows have been Seminar, Killer Joe, Oedipus Rex, and The Liar. He enjoys bowling, fishing and playing guitar.

Bruce Collier – Performer

Bruce is delighted to be back on The REP stage working with his friends and colleagues, Brook and Aubrey. A native of Ohio, Bruce has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theatre from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio and a Juris Doctor degree from Tulane Law School in New Orleans. In addition to college and non-professional productions, Bruce has performed professionally in summer stock in Ohio, at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, and at New Horizons Theatre in Michigan. Bruce has been regularly seen in productions at The REP at Seaside since its founding in 2001, including The Fantasticks, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, True West, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Proof, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Loot, The Homecoming, Den of Thieves and A Beach Home Companion, which he co-wrote.

Larren Woodward – Performer and Camp Instructor

Larren is thrilled to be making her debut with The REP! She is proudly born and raised in Valdosta, a town so South Georgian it’s practically Floridian. Her love of performing began with extensive training in all genres of dance and broadened to include theatre in high school with a little juke box musical known as All Shook Up. She graduated from Valdosta State University last May, where she earned her BFA in Musical Theatre. Some of her credits include Aquata in Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Les Miserables, The Sound of Music, and Ariel in The Tempest. Larren spent last summer as a touring Actor and Director with the Prairie Fire Children’s Theatre, playing the Wicked Stepmother in their adaptation of Cinderella. In her spare time, she can be found strumming her ukulele and hanging from her yoga hammock.

Casey Trejo – Performer

Casey is a South Walton local and a regular contributor to The REP’s stage. Casey Trejo has appeared at The REP in Radio Ridiculous, Rapunzel, Stinky Cheese Man, Dream of a Deer at Dusk, James and the Giant Peach, Mother Trucker, and Charlotte’s Web.  Along with her existing wholesale jewelry company, SoWal Leather and Pearls, Casey recently launched White Hart, a socially responsible online jewelry and accessory retailer.  An avid fundraiser, Casey recently traveled to the Democratic Republic of Congo to run 7 marathons in 7 days for women empowerment projects in the region.  Casey recently gave birth to her second child and is ecstatic to be back at The REP for another season!

Alan Daugherty – Performer, Production Assistant & Camp Instructor

Originally from Missouri, Alan received his B.F.A. in Acting from Missouri State University.  He first joined The REP in 2011, and was a consistent face on The REP stage for three seasons before relocating to Albuquerque, NM.  Favorite projects during this time include Hound of the Baskervilles, The 39 Steps, Den of Thieves, The Stinky Cheese Man, and How I Became a Pirate.  While in Albuquerque, Alan has been training and working as an audio engineer and voice actor with Mountain Road Recording Studios while also working as an actor and props master for Landmark Musicals.  In his free time, Alan enjoys small wood-working projects, ping-pong, and pretending he can cook.