Katelyn Wenkoff '24

Katelyn Wenkoff ’24 

Katelyn Wenkoff is a Theatre and Psychology double major from Nashville, TN. Her Middlebury College credits include She Kills Monsters (Lilith), Rhinoceros (Waitress/Narrator 1), Company (Susan), Everybody (Stuff/Somebody 1), Until I Do (Cathy), Big Fish (The Witch), and Together Apart. She will be playing Persephone in this season’s upcoming production of Polaroid Stories. She was thrilled to participate in PTP/NYC’s 35th season at Atlantic Stage 2, in which she understudied and assisted the stage manager in Sex, Grift, and Death. Outside of the theatre, Katelyn can be found singing with the Middlebury Mamajamas a capella group or watching movies with her friends.

Sophie Butler-Rahman '25

Sophie Butler-Rahman ’25 

Sophie is an Arabic and theatre double major with a directing focus from Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her Middlebury acting credits include Which Way Is Up? (Krishna, Dolly, Wife), Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play (Nelson/Ensemble), The Moors (Marjory/Mallory), and Somewhere (Kin). Over the summer, she worked as an intern for Project Y’s Women in Theatre Festival. She has co-directed A Woman Left Lonely and is now completing her 500 independent work by directing Beta Bitches. She works as the office assistant for the department and can be found enjoying a coffee most of the time. Outside of the department, she is secretary of the On Tap Dance Troupe and works for Arabic language tables. 


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Qinyi Hua ’25

Originally from Shanghai, China, Qinyi Hua is a double major in theatre and art history. Middlebury stage management credits include Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play (Assistant stage manager) and Rhinoceros (Stage manager). As a design focus, her design credits include Friends: The One in the Zoo (sound design), And Baby Makes Seven (sound design), and the upcoming Tick, tick…Boom! (set design), and Bright Half Life (tech director) in the spring. Professional credits include 2022 PTP/NYC (COVID Compliance Officer/ASM). Outside of theatre, you can find her wearing all-black outfit, drinking bubble tea and learning skateboarding.

Elsa Marrian '25

Elsa Marrian ‘25

Elsa is a theatre major from Nairobi, Kenya. Her Middlebury College acting credits include Mother’s Little Helper as part of The First Year Show, and Somewhere. This Spring, Elsa is costume designing a production of Tick, Tick… Boom! Elsa started acting in 2013 and has had the opportunity of working with Kenya’s National Youth Theatre in the summers. She loves being a part of the process of bringing a production to life and enjoys working in the Middlebury Costume Shop where she helps in the creation of costumes for faculty shows. Outside of theatre, you can find Elsa recreationally swimming at the pool, observing Middlebury’s active squirrel population, or sewing.

August Siegel ’25 

August Siegel ’25 

August is a theatre major with a design focus from the Lower East Side, New York. Their Middlebury stage management credits include Which Way Is Up? (FYS 2021), We’ll Name This Later (24-Hour Play Festival 2022), Mr. BurnsFun Home, and Bright Half Life. August has acted in The Nightman Cometh and ROSPO, the former of which they also helped produce and design. They also sound designed A Woman Left Lonely and light designed Airswimming as a 500. On the side, he is a proud member of the Zoo Crew and the Quadball team. On the other side, August works in the scene shop and as a house manager, since he can never truly escape theatre.

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Urian Vasquez ’25 

Urian is a theatre and music joint-major from Santa Fe, NM. His Middlebury College credits include The Found Dog Ribbon Dance (Dave), tick, tick…BOOM! (Michael), Somewhere (Eph), Fun Home (Roy/Pete/Mark/Bobby Jeremy), MCMT’s Big Fish (Will), the 26th Annual First-Year Show: Which Way is Up?, and stage manager for Storm Still and The Moors. Urian is one of three student liaisons for the Theatre Department and is on the path to writing his thesis. He also loves magic and fantasy; if you want to talk about Percy Jackson, need a D&D player, or want help writing a fantasy novel, he is all ears!

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Patrice Cahill ’25.5

Patrice is a Theatre and Neuroscience double major from Bergen County, New Jersey. Her Middlebury acting credits include Polaroid Stories (Skinhead Girl) and MCMT’s Legally Blonde (Elle Woods). She will be playing Cordelia in this season’s upcoming production of King Lear. She has performed at several NYC venues including 54 Below, Carnegie Hall, and Symphony Space. Outside of theatre, Patrice enjoys singing with the Middlebury Mamajamas acapella group, tap dancing in On Tap, and log rolling/swimming in the pool and at the lake.

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Jonathan Mount ’25.5

Jonathan is a Neuroscience and Theatre double major with a focus in directing from Park City, UT. Middlebury acting credits include Fun Home (Roy/Pete/Mark/Bobby Jeremy), Polaroid Stories (Orpheus), and Next to Normal (Gabe). Jonathan is also the Co-President of Middlebury College Musical Theatre. His MCMT credits include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Director) and Legally Blonde: The Musical (Callahan / Assistant Director). Outside of theatre, Jonathan loves to sing with his a cappella group, The Dissipated Eight, log roll in the natatorium, and socialize in Proctor dining hall.

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Hannah Alberti ’26

Hannah Alberti is a theatre and physics double major from Fredericksburg, VA. You may have seen her in the Chorus of Greek Tragedy, in the summer productions of the Dogteam project, as Tom in A Woman Left Lonely, or Miranda in Found Dog Ribbon Dance. She has also held an ASM position for Middlebury’s production of Hamlet and is a student representative for the theatre department! When she isn’t working on theatre productions, she is ranting about astronomy.