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KAITLYN SAMUEL ROSIN - Production Manager

KAITLYN is an acclaimed director, producer and actor of live theatre and film. She earned her MFA in Directing from the Actors Studio Drama School in New York City where she made a name for herself as co-Artistic Director of Outside Inside Theatre specializing in the interpretation of new works by living playwrights.

She currently lives in Blue Lake, CA where she proudly serves as the Production Manager for Dell’Arte International and is chair of the board of directors for Redwood Curtain Theatre. At RCT she co-directed Good People with Cassandra Roberts Hesseltine last year, and recently directedMarjorie Prime last September, which was praised as “remarkable, must-see theatre.”


GRADY MOORE - Projection Designer

GRADY is from Portland, Oregon and is currently in his third year Humboldt State University and majoring in theater arts. He is frequently seen stage managing at HSU the first time was in Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. He has continued on to stage manage Evil Dead: The Musical just recently.

At school, between his studies, he is currently scenic designing The Adoration of The Old Woman. Grady feels honored to be involved in such a wonderful project as Radioman and can’t wait to see what the future brings for this show.


MICHAEL "SPIKE" FOSTER - Lighting Designer

MICHAEL is Dell'Arte's Resident Lighting Designer. He has lit stages in 26 states, 16 countries, 4 continents, and both hemispheres; mostly with Dell'Arte.



DONALD attended Eastern Michigan University on a Drama scholarship and graduated with honors from HSU in 2007, earning degrees in film and journalism. He has appeared on Broadway in Paul Foster’s Elizabeth I and Tom Eyen’s The Dirtiest Show in Town, and thirty plays at La MaMa and other Off-Off Broadway theaters.

Donald worked with the San Francisco Mime Troupe, the Pickle Family Circus and created the juggling troupe The Bay City Reds. He served as actor, playwright and co-artistic director with the Dell’Arte Players Company for thirty years. Donald created the Education Through Art program at Dell’Arte, providing thousands of Humboldt school children opportunities to grasp academic curricula through theater arts.

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ELIO ROBLES - Ensemble

ELIO is a HSU graduate where he received his B.A. in Theatre Arts. At his time at HSU, Elio went on to participate in shows such as Columbinus, Jungal Book, and Kiss Me, Kate.

He is eager to be working on Radioman and hopes it generates the awareness that it deserves.


FIVA PULU - Ensemble

FIVA is from San Diego, CA and is graduating with a Bachelors Degree in Theatre Performance from Humboldt State University this Fall.

She has been seen in the HSU production Real Women Have Curves as Estela, North Coast Repertory Theatre's production of Tenth Muse as Jesusa, Lime Arts Productions of Gruesome Playground Injuries as Kayleen, Ferndale Repertory Theatre's production of White Snake. Fiva also directs and creates theater & screen plays with her partner's production company Milky Clouds.



GARY attended Dell'Arte way back in that other century. He is happy to be part of this production. Other productions include: Jon in Marjorie Prime, Cal Porter in Mothers and Sons, Richard in Equivocation, Walter Flood in Becky’s New Car, Harry Wilson in The Pitmen Painters, Charlie Conlin (and others) in Stones in his Pockets, Reporter in Two Rooms, Mike in As Bees in Honey Drown, Laurence in Emma’s Child. Michael in Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, Peter in Prelude to a Kiss, Prospero in The Tempest, John in Oleanna, Dodge in Buried Child, Malvolio in Twelfth Night, John Honeyman in A Walk in the Woods.

Film/Television John Benedict in NCIS, John in Escape in Time, FBI Agent in The Majestic.

Education/Training Acting with Eric Morris, Actors Studio, Los Angeles. University of Massachusetts, Humboldt State University, Dell’Arte International.



ISAIAH is a student actor from Humboldt State University and is excited to be a part of Radioman! . A Southern California native, Isaiah's previous theater performances include a stage rendition of the popular children's story Charlotte's Web, Shakespeare's tragedy, Julius Caesar, and Oscar Wilde's comedy The Importance of Being Earnest.



SAYDA is an actress and theatre artist specializing in voice and movement, as well as devising physical theatre performances. Identity and storytelling inspire her personal work, as well as collective work with actors and non-actors. Sayda has taught and performed in 32 countries including Guatemala, Ecuador, Chile, Singapore, Spain, Germany, Colombia, UK, Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine with The Freedom Theatre, and India. Sayda has a BFA from CalArts, a graduate certificate from Dell'Arte, and an MA in Voice Studies from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Sayda is full time faculty at the Dell Arte International School of Physical Theatre.



SHAWN is a senior at Humboldt State University earning her bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts with an acting emphasis. Shawn is an award-winning actress, singer and dancer from Los Angeles, California.

Some of her recent notable roles include Linda in Evil Dead the Musical, Sorel in Hay Fever, Tracy Lorde in The Philadelphia Story, Rozie in the west coast premiere of The Electric Baby, Ellie in The Whale winning the Inland Theatre League for excellence in performance and Marie in the US and Norwegian tour of the original work titled The Epiphany.



WILLIAM is currently enrolled in his 4th year at Humboldt State University, and will be graduating this spring with a B.A. in both Psychology and Theatre Arts. He is a 2x Kennedy Center of American College Theater Festival Irene Ryan Nominee. Will has performed at several locations in Humboldt County, including the various stages at HSU, Redwood Curtain Theatre, and North Coast Repertory Theatre. Selected Performance Credits: Ash in Evil Dead: The Musical, Walter in Marjorie Prime, Casey in The Legend of Georgia McBride, Julius Caesar in Julius Caesar, Bernard in Arcadia, Richard in Hay Fever, and Rod in Avenue Q.



ZUZKA is an actor, teacher, and community engager. She has performed with diverse companies, ranging from the CzechoSlovak-American Marionnette Theatre Co. in NYC to Woman’s Will in San Francisco, and is a founding member of Banana, Bag, & Bodice.

She has been on faculty at Dell’Arte International and a company member since 2010, with featured roles in Mary Jane: the Musical and Korbel V, among others, and is a regular performer at the Synapsis Collective monthly cabarets in Eureka, Ca. Zuzka is lead artist on Dell’Arte’s multi-year collaboration with the Wiyot Tribe and co-founder of the Dell’Arte Prison Project.