Anne of Green Gables Creative

Director
Anna Oxborrow
One of Anna's favorite things to do is perform at her favorite at Corn Stock Theatre. Whether it is in the hot and humid weather at the Tent or at the Lab theatre, she feels alive when she is acting, directing, or simply helping backstage. Anna is grateful to have the chance to revive Anne of Green Gables this spring after it was cancelled 6 days out from performance last year. Anna recently played the role of Elizabeth Elliot in the digital zoom production of Persuasion for The Wayne Theatre in Waynesboro, VA (Feb 2021). She also directed It’s a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play (CST 2020) for the CST Digital Series. Anna has her BA in Theatre and Media Arts Education from Brigham Young University and a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from American College of Education.
Stage Manager
Chris Peterlin
Stage Manager
Megan Johnston
Lighting Design
Amy Glass
Lighting Design
Jeramie Glass
Props
Kristin Whitaker
Hair & Makeup Design
Kieth Wagner-Stratton
Hair & Makeup Assistant
Amy Williams
Costume Design
Carrie McMillion
Costume Design Assistant
Paula Graves
Student Stage Manager
Sarah Allen

BILLING CREDITS

Corn Stock for Kids presents

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES
by Joseph Robinette

Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois

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