Amy Guerin is a faculty member in the University of Alabama in Huntsville Theatre Program. She previously taught at Texas A&M University. In 2009, Amy’s production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, a collaboration with A&M’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering showcasing flying fairy robots alongside human actors, was featured in Wired Magazine,and on the NPR program Science Friday. She has also directed Lend Me a Tenor, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, The Conduct of Life, Bus Stop, Measure for Measure, An Ideal Husband, Tartuffe, Machinal, I and You, Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom, and Twelfth Night. She blogs about theater at discoballtartuffe.wordpress.com. Amy received her BFA in Theatre from the University of Oklahoma, and her MFA in Directing from the University of Houston. She co-founded Nova Arts Project, a Houston-based theater company, which received the Houston Press MasterMind Award for Outstanding Creative Contribution in 2009.
Chad Allen Thomas is an associate professor in the English department and Director of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at UAH. In addition to professional acting credits with Shakespeare in Santa Fe, Dr. Thomas co-founded Impulse Production in Denton, Tx and worked extensively with Rocket City Shakespeare, playing roles as varied as Macbeth in Macbeth (2016) and Touchstone in As You Like It (2014). At UAH, his most recent directing credits include The Laramie Project (2015), Grounded (2017), and Shakespeare's R&J (2018), and his most recent acting credits include Robert in Proof (2016), Faustus in Doctor Faustus (2017), and Tobias in Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom (2018).