Owen Corey (Acting Fellow) Owen is excited to begin his first year as a Hedgerow Acting Fellow. He is originally from Ridley Park, Pennsylvania. Before coming to Hedgerow, Owen directed, produced, and performed theatre at Fairfield University in Connecticut (Rhinoceros, Gruesome Playground Injuries, Measure for Measure), the National University of Ireland (Twelfth Night, The Vagina Monologues), and St. HOPE Public Schools in California (Check Please, The Struggles, Twelfth Night). He is currently in Hedgerow’s touring productions of Peter Pan and Snow White, and will be appearing in the upcoming StoryBoard production of Treasure Island.
Matthew Windham (Acting Fellow) is a writer, director, actor and set designer. He is the Founding Director of the Utah Children’s Theatre’s annual Shakespeare Festival, with a mission to help young people develop a lifelong passion for Shakespeare. He has written or co-written a dozen plays produced on the Utah Children’s Theatre’s stage, including a history of the Wright Brothers, and the 2014 Utah Best of State award winning play Breakfast with Shakespeare. Favorite directing projects include The Comedy of Errors and Henry V, both at the UCT Shakespeare Festival. Favorite roles include Katurian in The Pillowman (Hive Theatre), Dr. Givings in In the Next Room: The Vibrator Play (Babcock Theatre), Dr. Coppelius in Coppélia (Salt Lake Ballet), Tigger in Winnie the Pooh (UCT), and Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (UCT). Matthew most recently completed a tour of Peter and Wendy with the Missoula Children’s Theatre. www.mwindham-portfolio.com
Lisa VillaMil ( Acting Fellow) Lisa is an acting fellow with Hedgerow Theatre Company. Her first production with Hedgerow is Storytime: Peter Pan. Training includes: The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Masters in Classical and Contemporary Text (Acting); Shakespeare’s Globe Higher Education Acting Residency (director Nick Hutchison); Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s Summer Professional Training Program 2015 acting apprentice. Theatre credits include: The Other Place (Tampa Repertory); Let the Bitch Burn (RCS); 20 Plays in 40 Minutes (RCS On the Verge Festival); Hamlet (RCS); Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey SPTP); Julius Caesar (Ithaca Shakespeare Company); The Lord of the Underworld’s Home for Unwed Mothers (Kitchen Theatre, Kitchen Sink Prod.).Lisa is a certified actor combatant with the BASSC, and is certified in additional weapons through the SAFD. She choreographs violence for stage and screen. Lisa is an internationally produced playwright, and is co-founder of Now What Theatre.