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The Theater for Young Audiences Series is appropriate for grade school aged children. Families with younger children are encouraged to attend our all-ages shows on Sundays.
Fri at 7pm, Sat & Sun at 1pm & 3pm
Single Tickets:
$10.00 (all ages)
Sunday Discount: $5.00 ages 1 to 3 and FREE for children under 1

January 11-27, 2013
Puss in Boots
Music & Lyrics by Kevin Miller and Clay Zambo
Based on the original tale written by Charles Perrault, SSR proudly presents this fast paced comic romp around the French countryside as we meet Puss. This feline is no ordinary cat! Using trickery and deceit, Puss gains power, wealth, and the hand of a princess in marriage for Puss' penniless master.


Anjelica Wolf (Puss) is so excited to be a part of Puss in Boots! This is her first production at SecondStory Rep.  Credits include Pippin (Quiet Productions), Connecticut (Seattle Fringe Festival), Hairspray and The Pajama Game (Seattle Musical Theatre).  She can also be heard killing zombies as the voice of Sam Hoffman in the xbox game State of Decay.  Anjelica is a graduate of Pacific Lutheran University.  Love and thanks to her family, Patty and Simba.


Justine Rose Stillwell (Princess Gabrielle) is thrilled to be making her SecondStory Rep debut! Continuing her streak of portraying fairy tale princesses, Justine spent the past summer performing as the title role in Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theatre's production of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella. Other credits include The Who's Tommy and Meet Me in St. Louis with Village Theatre, Amber Santall in The Yellow Wood with Contemporary Classics, and Zerlina in Don Giovanni with Seattle Musical Theatre's Second Stage. Justine would like to thank her family, the Julep ladies, Anne, and John for their continued support and encouragement. Enjoy the show!


Sandra Ponce (Marie Louise/Grizelda) is a graduate of Northern Arizona University. A transplant to Seattle, she is delighted to join the cast of Puss In Boots! Favorite roles include: Berthe (Pippin), Rosemary (Picnic), Anna (Real Women Have Curves), Myra (Tryptonite), Wando (Bean), and Mary (Merrily We Roll Along).  Thanks to Rachel for taking a chance on a new face and Julia for encouraging her to audition.   You can follow all of her shenanigans thanks to her awesome best friend Geoff at

Matthew Gilbert (King Louis Francois) is so excited to be working with such an amazing cast!  After moving to Seattle in 2008, Matthew has worked with several companies over the years such as GreenStage, Wooden O, Sound Theatre Co , Stone Soup, Ghost Light Theatricals, and of course SecondStory Rep.  A big thank you to Mark and Jen for all their hard work for this production and an even bigger thank you to Miss Rachel Delmar for her direction!!! Thank you and Enjoy the show!!!!

Brad Walker (Philippe) Brad is returning to the SSR stage, having appeared as Frankie in last season’s Forever Plaid. A few previous roles: Jimmy Harper in Reefer Madness (BLT), Barnaby Tucker in Hello Dolly (TMP), Doody in Grease (RCT), Linus in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Merc Playhouse), Bat Boy in Bat Boy: The Musical (UW), Fender in Hairspray (SMT), and an old personal favorite: Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors. A strong advocate of bringing art to young audiences, Brad recently finished a tour of a science musical How Things Work to elementary schools all over Seattle. A graduate of the University of Washington, Brad also performs regularly in sketch comedy and improv murder mystery shows throughout the year.

Britt Boyd (Marie Anne/ Courtier/Helga) is delighted to be evil this time around on the Theater for Young Audiences stage!  TYA audiences might remember her as the kazoo-playing Troubadour from The Frog Prince and the disco ball-loving Cow from Duck for President earlier this season.  Other recent credits include Katie Stanley in Pirates of Penzance (STAGEright); The Baker's Wife in Into the Woods (Seattle Musical Theatre); Mrs Armstrong in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (Seattle Public Theater) and touring nationally with Living Voices/Theaterworks.  By day, Britt can be found illuminating young minds at Seattle Children's Theatre and teaching fifth graders how to swashbuckle like Errol Flynn.  Thanks to Mark and Jen for letting me play at your house!


Rachel Delmar (Director) is flying over her chance to work with SecondStory Rep and this incredible cast & crew!! She received her BA in Theatre from the University of Southern California. While there she spent several years as director for the Brand New Theatre which developed and produced all new student work. She was a directing intern at the Guthrie on the production of Caroline or Change during the Tony Kushner Celebration. Also acting with several smaller companies while living in Minneapolis. She attended the National Theatre Institute at the O’Neill Theatre Center as a director for the Theatremaker program, focusing on classics & new play development. In Los Angeles she worked with several LA Theatre companies including Playwright’s Arena, LA Theatre Center, Antaeus Theatre, The Virginia Avenue Project, The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, etc. Her last show in LA was as the Assistant Director to James Roday for the Red Dog Squadron’s [RDS] production of GREEDY. She continues to work with RDS virtually as their social media manager. Since returning to Seattle in early 2011 she has worked primarily with the Bellevue Youth Theatre as a Resident Director & Teacher. As well as having the privilege of working with several incredible companies in and around Seattle including, Stone Soup Theatre, ACT, Balagan Theatre, 14/48 [the World's Quickest Theatre Festival], Theatre Anonymous, Seattle Playwrights' Collective,  & theater simple. As an actress she has also been very lucky to work with some incredible Seattle film makers & can’t wait for more.  She loves red wine, karaoke, & site specific theater. Let’s play.

Julia Thornton (Music Director) is excited to be music directing her first production for SecondStory Repertory. She received her BA from the University of Oregon in 2011 and is happy to have spent the last year and a half here in Seattle playing music and working on musicals. She's active as a pianist, singer, music director and accompanist.  Most recently she music directed Pippin (quiet Productions) and Cinderella (Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theatre).

Samantha Armitage (Costume Designer) Samantha is a costume designer based out of the Greater Seattle Area with an MFA in theatre costume design from Arizona State University. After receiving her MFA, Samantha trained as an intern at The Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts (PCPA) as a costume design assistant. Her design credits include: Bone Portraits (ASU), Eurydice (ASU), And What She Found There (an original devised work, ASU), Allegra (an original work, ASU), The True Story of the Three Little Pigs (PCPA), Richard III (Harlequin Productions), A Mouse Who Knows Me (Annex Theatre) and The Frog Prince (SecondStory Repertory) and Annie (Renton Civic Theatre). Samantha is excited to return to SecondStory Repertory to work on Puss in Boots!


Kevin Miller (Book, Music, Lyrics) is delighted to have this talented cast and production team bring Puss In Boots to life.  It has been lovely for him both to renew previous theatrical relationships and also to make new ones.   Having the opportunity to collaborate with Mr. Zambo again (following last year’s production of Beauty and the Beast) was a wonderful experience.  “Every time I get suggestions from you on a song draft, I think, ‘Wow, that was incredibly helpful!’  Thanks, buddy.” Previously for Theatre for Young Audiences at SSR, Kevin directed Beauty and the Beast (also writing music and lyrics, with Mr. Zambo) and Sleeping Beauty, and musical directed The Princess and the Pea, Hansel and Gretel and Goldilocks and the 3 Bears. For the SSR mainstage, Kevin musical directed A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and She Loves Me.  Later this season, Kevin will musical direct Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (directed by Stephanie McBain) and then direct Pinkalicious (musical directed by Paul Linnes) to close out season 14.  Kevin is a member of the Dramatists Guild. Love as always to Stephanie and Kathryn.

Clay Zambo (Composer) has written music and lyrics for Greenbrier Ghost (Spirit of Broadway, CT; ASCAP/Disney Workshop, CA); Post Modern Living (La MaMa, NYC; included in the anthology Plays and Playwrights 2011); and a dozen musicals premiered at NYC’s Kaufman Center, including the recent Shlemiel Crooks. “A Mother's Carol” (with Scott Ethier) was recorded by VocalEssence and published by Boosey and Hawkes. Forthcoming: Windjammers (American Folklore Theatre, WI); Lost in Staten Island (La MaMa). Member: BMI, Dramatists Guild. Alumnus: Ohio University HTC—where Clay met Kevin in 1979. He just recently composed with Kevin for Beauty and the Beast which was produced at SSR last May. 



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