The Artist-in-Residence program at S3 is meant to provide a theatre artist, in any specialty, a professional outlet to practice their craft while learning the inner workings of a professional theatre. To be eligible, you must be able to commit your craft to both of the shows within the season, as well as attending monthly S3 board meetings. Some meetings may be in-person, as safety allows. The AiR will receive whatever stipend is provided for the area in which they are practicing; i.e. an actor will be cast in both shows and will receive the actor stipend.
Jeffrey St. George
Jeffrey St. George is a professional actor, and hobbyist instructor, based in Spokane who specializes in outdoor community-based performance. He is dedicated to the idea that Shakespeare belongs in the community, and that outdoor performance brings a special magic (and mayhem) to any production brave enough to step into the great outdoors.
Jeff is an original member of Oregon Adventure Theater where he honed his Shakespeare practice in concert with his study of Comedia dell’Arte resulting in his trademark physical performance style.
During his time with OAT Jeff toured through Oregon and Washington performing in such roles as Macbeth in Macbeth, Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night, Ariel in The Tempest, and his all-time favorite, Nurse in Romeo and Juliet.
Jeff arrived in Spokane just in time for COVID and is, with much interest and vigor, starting to explore roles in Spokane. He is grateful to S3 for the opportunity to be the Artist in Residence for the 2023 season and looks forward to making art with this wonderful organization.
Email Jeffrey at email@example.com
2021 Artist-in-Residence, Costume Designer
Jamie is currently the Costume Coordinator at Spokane Civic Theater having received her BA in Theater Design & Technical Production. Before arriving to Spokane, Jamie was working with a Tina’s Productions a costume house just outside of Philadelphia and prior to that she was living her best life in the daily frivolity of New Orleans where making (and wearing) costumes was a constant. Some of her favorite credits include: The Tale of Sweeney Todd (Lincoln Center), The Wonder! A Woman Keeps a Secret (T. Schrieber Studios), Lost Cabaret (NYC Fringe Festival), Present Laughter (Spokane Civic Theatre) and Seven Femmes (Rathskeller Studio). A Jane of all trades, Jamie is thrilled to be a part of the vibrant local theater scene and looks forward to directing, designing, and stage managing many more productions in the future!
Email Jamie at firstname.lastname@example.org
2022 Artist-in-Residence, Graphic Designer