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Jag Theatre Leadership

Brett Stegall (she/her) received a B.A. in Theatre and English from Meredith College in Raleigh, NC. Since 2008, Brett has enjoyed working as the Theatre Director at Carrboro High School, where she has directed nearly 30 plays and musicals.  Local acting credits include Mutius / Goth 3 in Titus Andronicus (Bare Theatre) Mustardseed in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Town of Cary).  Lighting design credits include: Beehive: The 60’s Musical (RLT), Everscape (Bare / Sonorous), Creature (Tiny Engine), Cloud 9 (Tiny Engine), Love Letters (Bare), and Somewhere in Between (TIP). This is also the second year Brett will be working as Lighting Mentor for Stone Soup Theatre Company.  Most recent scenic design and props credits include Last Stop on Market Street (co-design with Katie at RLT) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Seed Art Share / RLT), as well as Set Designer for Henry VI (Bare / RLT).  Brett was Sound Designer for The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble (TIP) and has also worked as a stage manager and assistant director in the Triangle area.

Katie Moorehead (she/her) works as a technician, choreographer, and performer in the Triangle of North Carolina.  She enjoys designing sets, props, and costumes for local theatre companies. Most recent productions include co-designing the props and set for Last Stop on Market Street, as well as props for Cinderella, Pride and Prejudice, and Elephant and Piggie’s We Are in a Play (all with Raleigh Little Theater.   Additional props design include Honest Pint’s workshop of Away Home.  Katie has designed sets for Cary Players’ Four Weddings and an Elvis and Death by Design. Katie’s performance credits include several summers with the Paperhand Puppet Intervention, Puck in Seed Art Share’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream and she was formerly a member of Footnotes tap ensemble. You can still find her dancing every week in her Musical Theater dance classes to all levels at Triangle Youth Ballet.  Her main gig is working as the Theater Manager at Carrboro High School.  In her day job, she co-teaches technical theatre classes as well as overseeing all technical elements for the schools mainstage productions and finds ways to sneak in tap dance and puppets wherever she can.