Peter Hodges: The Passionate Pilgrim, writes our serial blog dedicated to all matters dealing with the Elizabethan and Jacobean stage. Dr. Hodges holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Washington (class of ‘75), an M.A in Directing and a Ph. D. in Literature from The City Graduate Center of The City University of New York City, New York (1986 and 1992). Dr. Pete (as he is sometimes known among his friends) is a 30 year veteran of the Wall Street wars, author and producer of more than a dozen plays, a novel, and a critical study of Sadakichi Hartmann’s plays. View the most recent Passionate Pilgrim post here.
Olena Hodges, ISF (Aside) Editor, is ISF‘s Associate Artistic Director and is a founding acting company member. Favorite roles at ISF include Rosalind (As You Like It, 2010 and 2016), Beatrice (Much Ado About Nothing, 2013), and Juliet (Romeo & Juliet, 2011). Other regional theaters: the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. She is also the associate producer of the Theatrical Mustang Podcast. Olena received a BFA in performance from Southern Oregon University and is a graduate of Circle in the Square Theatre School’s two-year conservatory program.
Tyler Kubat is an actor and playwright currently residing in Orange County California with a BFA in Theater Performance from Southern Oregon University. He is the former Artistic Director of the Oregon Fringe Festival, and has performed with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Island Shakespeare Festival (2015, Ferdinand in The Tempest and King Louis in The Three Musketeers), among others. View Tyler’s most recent post here.
Katrina Lind is a graduate of Southern Oregon University with a BFA in Theatre (Performance). She has worked with such companies as Island Shakespeare Festival (2015, Miranda in The Tempest, Ensemble in The Three Musketeers), Shakespeare in the Vines and South Coast Repertory. Katrina also blogs for goombastomp.com. View Katrina’s most recent post here.