is a member of the United Stuntmen's Association.
He is the Stunt Coordinator for numerous feature films and is
currently working on Southern Cross. Ron was the Movement Specialist
for The Food Chain and Racing Demon with Horizon.
is excited to be returning to Horizon Theatre. His
past designs here includes Many Things Have Happened ..., Let's
Play Two, The Wild Guys, This Passion Thing and Racing Demon.
He has also worked with Theatre in the Square, Actor's Express
and, most recently, designed the set for The Real Thing at Theatrical
Outfit. In June he will be opening The Rocky Horror Picture Show
at the Memphis Playhouse on the Sqquare. It promises to be a tribute
to science fiction and bad taste.
is happy to be returning to Horizon after lighting this season's The Food Chain and Racing Demon. Paul is Production Manager at the fabulous Fox Theatre. Paul's design credits include nine seasons as the Resident Lighting Designer of the Atlanta Ballet and stints with th Academy Theatre, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and the Alliance Theatre. Paul is a resident of Decatur with his wife Darce Beck and their two children Hanna and Sam.
is pleased to be at Horizon. He loves fires, booms
and things that go bump in the night. Brandon is currently studying
electronic engineering at Devry.
holds a B.F.A. from the University of Georgia and an M.F.A. from Penn State University. In Atlanta she is resident costume designer for Horizon and 7 Stages, as well as resident costume coordinator for the Atlanta Opera. Current projects include Whispering to Horses at 7 Stages, Twelfth Night at LaGrange College and Mask of the Red Death with Room to Move Dance Company. Joanna would like to dedicate this production to Mr. Adams who constantly distinguishes the real from the imaginary or vice versa.
returns for his ninth show with Horizon. Previous engineering credits include: Das Barbecu - Dallas Theater Center, Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill - Baltimore's Center Stage and Portland Stage Co., Tales of the Lost Formicans - Axis Theatre of Maryland. Mr. Nguyen has also worked for American Players Theatre, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego Rep., Shakespeare Santa Cruz, ART Station, Theatre in the Square and the Alliance Children's Theatre. He thanks his partner, Kathy McNamara.
has survived in the entertainment industry for a quarter of a century. Scott has worked all over the United States and at most of the theatres in the Atlanta area. Mr. Ross is a member of the Stage Managers Association, the Production Manager for the Aurora Theatre in Duluth and a co-owner of Stage Right Entertainment, Inc. Horizon Theatre audiences might remember Scott's involvement in Voir Dire, All in the Timing, Eastern Standard and many more dating back to his lighting work on Homesteaders many, many years ago.
has designed or provided props and production assistance
for feature films, television and professional theatre for over
twenty years. The theatre arts and arts education need your energy
and financial support. Thank you for supporting Horizon Theatre.
is in her fourth season as a Horizon staff member.
Previous technical credits include electrical and board operation
for several Off-Broadway productions and international work as
a dresser for Shirley MacLaine's concert tour Out There Tonight.
She attended NYU and the London Strassburg Institute as an acting
major, which led to roles in over thirty productions. Kim is currently
completing her degree at West Georgia College and owns her own
business teaching creative movement.
is proud to have been a part of such a diverse and
fulfilling season at Horizon. Upcoming projects include Henry
V at the Shakespeare Tavern, The Mystery of Irma Vep at Dad's
Garage, and The Cherry Orchard at Soul-stice Repertory, as well
as helping to select Horizon's next season. Thanks and love to
Allison, Joel, Sasha, and Jesse for the home away from home, and
to Grandpa for encouraging her to always keep her sense of humor.