Respondents

Festival Respondents

  • Alicia Jeffrey

    Alicia Jeffrey is the Executive Artistic Director of Broadway by the Bay in Redwood City, Calif.; a former board member and producer for Contra Costa Musical Theatre; and a founding member of “OMG, I Love That Show!” Productions of Walnut Creek, Calif. She has served in numerous artistic capacities throughout the Bay Area theater community, including casting director, director, music and vocal director, production manager, and stage manager. Recent production credits include Aida, Million Dollar Quartet (Theatre Bay Area finalist for Outstanding Direction and Outstanding Music Direction), Miss Saigon; Beauty and the Beast; Les Misérables; West Side Story; Kiss Me, Kate; My Fair Lady; In the Heights; Dreamgirls; Anything Goes; Tommy; Godspell (Theatre Bay Area Award nominee for musical direction); Dogfight; The Great American Trailer Park Musical; Disenchanted! and others. She proudly serves as the President of the Board of Directors for the Lenaea High School Theatre Festival.

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  • Bill Voorhees

    Bill Voorhees has been involved in theater for 32 years in the Sacramento, Los Angeles and San Francisco regions. Local theaters where Bill has worked include The Show Below, Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre, Chautauqua Playhouse, and California Stage. Bill was also Artist-in-Residence at Folsom High School and an instructor at Sacramento Country Day School. He currently resides in Los Angeles, where he has worked on The Family Guy and American Dad! for Fox TV Animation. Plays that Bill has directed include the world premieres of Skeleton Stories by Delondra Williams, Red Helen by Jennifer Barclay and Kirsten Vangsness’ Potential Space at Los Angeles’ Theatre of NOTE, where he serves on the Artistic Management Committee. Film and TV credits include Real Time with Bill Maher, Attila, Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark, Ardennes Fury, Circus Kane and Z-Nation.

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  • Cameron Hoyt

    Cameron is cool.

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  • Peggy O'Guin

    Peggy O’Guin is an administrator in the School Fiscal Services Division of the California Department of Education (CDE). She previously worked in fiscal administration at three California school districts and participated in occasional consulting engagements at districts in fiscal crisis or seeking management assistance. O’Guin served on the advisory committee formed by CDE to explore issues relating to implementation of GASB Statement 34, and subsequently played a key role in developing the GASB 34 functionality in CDE’s financial reporting software. More recently, she conducted extensive research on GASB Statements 45 and 43 and their implications for school districts, and was instrumental in formulating CDE’s guidance to school districts on the new standards. O’Guin has been a frequent presenter at workshops on GASB 34, GASB 45 and the Standardized Account Code Structure. She continues to serve as a resource for school districts and county offices of education (COEs) on accounting, budgeting and finance matters.

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  • Scott Adams

    Scott Adams is an actor and singer with a master’s degree in Theatre Arts from California State University Sacramento. He has worked professionally onstage as well as earned commercial and film credits for over 20 years in the Bay Area, Greater Sacramento, and in New York. He is currently Department Chair and Professor of Theatre Arts at Sierra College in Rocklin, where he teaches and directs. He will be directing The Addams Family opening March 29 at Sierra College. Mr. Adams served as Executive Director of Lenaea from 2003 to 2014 and was instrumental in bringing Lenaea from Sacramento State to the Harris Center at Folsom Lake College.

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