Marisol González (Director)
Activist, student, and performer of over a decade, Marisol actively seeks out abstract mindsets, challenges, and different ways to elevate the voices of others within the artistic community. After auditioning on a whim, Marisol found her home at Village, making her KIDSTAGE debut in the 2018
Summer Independent Production of Sister Act. Since then, she has participated in numerous projects with the company as both cast and crew, while also taking advantage of Village Theatre’s training programs and assorted workshops along the way. As she studies for her Bachelor’s in Education, she integrates the skills gained from her degree, Summer Independent, Seattle Public Theatre, Broadway Collective, as well as guidance from her directorial mentors into the work she partakes in Los Angeles, California. Marisol looks forward to utilizing this process with her team as a catalyst for success within the influential art of storytelling.
Kathryn Newbury (Choreographer)
Kathryn Newbury continually pursues new experiences, adversity, and learning opportunities to continue to be a lifelong student in the art of theatre. Newbury found her love for choreographing when thrown into the position for Narnia the Musical. Since then, she has continued to choreograph and perform in numerous productions with various theatre companies. She constantly strives to be a voice for the plus size community in her work and will continue to show that people of all sizes are capable of outstanding performance. She is currently earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting with a minor in dance from Western Oregon University, and looks forward to using the knowledge she gains from all of her opportunities in each story she tells.
Andres Fierro (Music Director)
Andres Fierro is a musician, composer, and performer from Los Angeles, California. Finding his initial call to the arts in a community theatre production of Singin’ in the Rain, Andres has pursued film, theatre, and music for the past few years, and found himself studying music and sound design at Chapman University. Through the years, he’s worked on many productions, both on and off stage, playing roles such as Usnavi in In the Heights and Tony in West Side Story, and assistant director and assistant musical director for several community theater shows. As a composer, Fierro has worked on several student films and plays. His music, as all his work in the arts, aims to elevate stories that inspire, evoke, and portray life in all its hardships and its beauty. Andres looks forward to the chance of spreading and sharing his experience and knowledge, and more so, to continue to grow alongside emerging artists of all kinds.