Cast & Crew
Blake recently graduated from Cornish College of the Arts with a BFA in theater. Past credits include Stupid F***ing Bird (Cornish), Macbeth (Cornish), The Drag (Play Your* Part), When You Wish Upon A Pizza (14/48). Blake is beyond excited to be working with Blue Hour on boom. He hopes you’re enjoying the end of the world as much as he is. Remember to trust yourself, love yourself, and love those around you. Because we need that, all of us.
Connect with Blake on Instagram: @blakedpotatoh
Brittany N. Lael
Brittany graduated from Eastern Washington University with a BA in Theatre earning credits such as Wild Dust and The Seagull. You may have previously seen her as Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Evergreen Playhouse.
She’s excited to share this dark comedy with you in hopes that you’ll forget your worries, share a laugh, and say, “Oh, God no.” in all of the beautiful moments we’ve worked so hard on. Enjoy!
Jordan is excited to make her Seattle debut in boom. She recently relocated to Seattle after graduating from the University of South Carolina with degrees in Theatre and Marketing. Select credits include Neil Simon’s Rumors (Chris), Constellations (Marianne), Heathers: the Musical (Heather Duke), She Kills Monsters (Kaillope), and Carrie: the Musical (Chris).
She is grateful for the opportunity to make people laugh during hard times and share the joy of live theatre.
Brian is overjoyed to have Blue Hour Theatre return for its 2nd production. He was in our 2019 inaugural show Two Degrees. As co-founder, he’s relieved to have the arts be alive once again. boom is his first directing gig since 2014, and he’s thrilled to present such dramedy gold.
Brian dedicates this show to the audience, his cast, fellow producers, and best partner ever: Cat.
Sara is having so much fun making theater with friends and being on the production side of things for a change. Some favorite roles include Viola in Twelfth Night, Gretchen in Boeing Boeing, Kate in Legally Blonde, Sulu in Outdoor Trek, and Gwendolen in The Importance of Being Earnest.
She’s performed at SecondStory Repertory, Theater Schmeater, Twelfth Night Productions, Seattle Musical Theatre, and Seattle Fringe Festival, among others.
Previous Seattle credits include Stage Manager, Twelfth Night (Twelfth Night Productions); Director, Above the Timberline by Jorj Savage (Eclectic Theater); Director, Flame in the Mirror by John Ruoff (Eclectic Theater); Director, Cyrano de Bergerac (Driftwood Players), Asst. Director, Steel Magnolias (Driftwood Players)