SANTA CRUZ SHAKESPEARE 2017 52 *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. Julia Gallo (Stage Manager, Candide) is thrilled to be working with Santa Cruz Shakespeare for the first time. While at Cabrillo College, she focused on the backstage elements of production, which led to her graduating with two Associate of Arts Degrees in both Theatre Arts and Liberal Arts. She is currently pursuing her BFA in Theatre from UC Santa Cruz, participating in Random with a Purpose XXV and Zoot Suit this past year. Other theatre credits in the Santa Cruz area include ASM on Chicago and deck crew on Fiddler on the Roof, Mary Poppins, Oklahoma, and La Cage Aux Folles with Cabrillo Stage; ASM on The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee with Cabrillo College; and stage managing variety drag shows at the Blue Lagoon. DeiRdre Rose Holland* (Stage Manager, Measure for Measure) is thrilled to be back at Santa Cruz Shakespeare, having previously worked on The Liar. Regional credits include: As You Like it, Othello, Twelfth Night, Mike Daisey’s The Great Tragedies and Lady Windermere’s Fan (CalShakes);  Daddy Long Legs, Cyrano,  and  Two Pianos 4 Hands (TheatreWorks); John, Chester Bailey, Ah Wilderness, Let There Be Love (American Conservatory Theater);The Big Meal, Game On, Next Fall, Next to Normal, A Christmas Carol (2011 and 2012), Spring Awakening (San Jose Repertory Theatre); the World Premiere of Bonnie and Clyde and The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later (La Jolla Playhouse); the Shakespeare Festival (2011), How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, and The Mystery of Irma Vep (Old Globe Theatre). She holds an MFA in Stage Management from the University of California, San Diego. Kevin Johnson* (Stage Manager, The Two Gentlemen of Verona) is with Santa Cruz Shakespeare for the first time. In the Bay Area, he has stage-managed more than 20 world premiere productions for companies such as Aurora Theatre Company, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, California Shakespeare Theater, Magic Theatre, Marin Theatre Company, and many others. He also has stage-managed music and dance productions, including Oakland Symphony, Pacific Mozart Ensemble, San Francisco Jazz Festival (with Bobby McFerrin), International Russian Music Festival, and Dave Brubeck’s final album of his choral music, Brubeck and American Poets. Suzanne Tyler* (Stage Manager, The 39 Steps) is happy to return to Santa Cruz, where she spent five summers with Shakespeare Santa Cruz. Other regional theatre credits include the Sacramento Theatre Company, Pacific Conservatory Theatre, California Musical Theatre, Geva Theatre Center, Sierra Repertory Theatre, Foothill Theatre Company, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, B Street Theatre, and Capital Stage. Some favorite productions include A Christmas Carol, Measure for Measure, Candida, The Grapes of Wrath, Much Ado About Nothing, and Hamlet. Suzanne received her MFA from CalArts. The stage managers