Instructor & ArTiSTIC ASSOCIATE
Holly Griffith is a member of the Resident Acting Ensemble at The Rogue Theatre and an English Composition teacher.
She has appeared in numerous productions at The Rogue, including MacBeth, The White Snake, Uncle Vanya, Angels in America, and Hamlet.
Holly also co-produces the Ambruster Play-Reading series at The Rogue, and dabbles in playwriting and adaptation.
A native Ohioan, Holly has trained in ballet, tap, and jazz dance, and maintains an interest in movement-based performance.
Holly holds an MA in English Literature from The University of Arizona.
Hunter V Hnat is a local actor from Tucson. He has most recently been seen in Much Ado About Nothing and Curious Case of the Dog in the Night (Mac Nominated for Best Actor, 2018) at The Rogue Theatre. Other credits at The Rogue include a play reading of Cloud 9, as well as A House of Pomegranates. He has performed with Arizona Theatre Company in their productions of Romeo and Juliet as well as The Importance of Being Earnest.
Hunter received his BFA in Musical Theatre from the The University of Arizona in 2015 and has been an active member of the Tucson theatre community since.
Marguerite started as an actor at the age of 8 and gradually found herself intrigued in the behind the scenes world. She is a playwright, creative theatre tech, and director-in-training who has worked with various Tucson troupes, including the All Soul’s Procession, Flam Chen, Pima Community College, and Borderlands Theater.
She is now very thrilled to be working with Scoundrel & Scamp as the stage manager for “My Life in Sports”.
She is interested in new works, re-told stories, surreal, absurd, beautiful, provoking, and challenging pieces of art based in movement and sound.
Instructor & Artistic Director
Bryan is an award-winning director (MFA Directing, Western Illinois, 2001) and tech entrepreneur with a passion for both education and building and scaling successful organizations.
Bryan served as Artistic Director for two Indiana-based theatre companies, New World Arts, and the Backporch Theatre Company. He served as a director and set designer for numerous shows, including The Carthaginians, Lysistrata, Cloud Tectonics, Night Mother, Bug, Marisol, Love Letters, Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night, The Taming of the Shrew, and Romeo and Juliet.
In Tucson, Bryan has directed at The Rogue Theatre, including The New Electric Ballroom and Awake and Sing. He was recognized as Best Director (2012 Arizona Daily Star Mac Award) for the show The Night Heron.
Bryan serves as board Vice-Chair of the Tucson-based Southwest Folklife Alliance, and as a board member at The Rogue Theatre.