Statera Members - Oregon
Jackie Apodaca (she/her) is a professor of theatre at Southern Oregon University. She has worked as an actor, director, and producer in theatre, film, and media, with companies such as the Roundabout, Denver Center, National Geographic, Modern Media (head of production), Venice Theatre Works (associate artistic director), Shakespeare Santa Barbara (producing director), and Ashland New Plays Festival (associate artistic director). She spent more than a decade at Backstage, where she was a Contributing Editor and wrote the actors' advice column "The Working Actor." Jackie earned an MFA from the National Theatre Conservatory, and a BFA at UC Santa Barbara. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA. Her book, Answers from the Working Actor, was published by Routledge in 2018.
Connie Atkinson (she/her) began her work in the arts at the community level with The Pioneer Players in Paso Robles, California. She was a dancer, choreographer, singer, actor, make-up artist, light technician, and board member. Theatre was a family affair that shaped Connie’s life and the life of her children. Her daughter is Sarah Greenman, Director of Operations for StateraArts. Now, Connie supports and enjoys the arts from the sidelines.
Adrienne Fritze (she/her) is an NPO Exec Director, artist, educator, LARP Mystery Creator, Business and Product Development Consultant living in Corvallis, OR.
Sarah Greenman (she/her) holds a BA in Creative Writing with a Women's Studies emphasis from Mills College where she was awarded the Gertrude Hung Chan Playwriting Prize for her original play LENI and the June Jordan Prize for Poetry. Sarah's plays have been produced in New York, Oakland CA, Berkeley CA, Portland OR, Santa Maria CA, and Seattle WA. Sarah is also a graduate of the Pacific Conservatory Theater (PCPA) where she most recently served as interim Director of Outreach and Education. Regional acting credits include the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Stolen Shakespeare, Strawberry Theater Workshop, Insight Out Theater Collective and six seasons at PCPA Pacific Conservatory Theatre. Sarah is Operations Director for StateraArts and a member of the Dramatists Guild.
Darcy Hogan (she/her) is a director, playwright, vocalist, choreographer, actor, designer, arts administrator, and mother living and creating on the Oregon coast. She is a member of the Red Octopus Theatre Company and the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts.