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Steve Muterspaugh

Stephen Muterspaugh (Director) is a Resident Artist and Education Programs Manager with the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, teaching the Bay Area Shakespeare Camp, Advanced Shakespeare Workshop, and Midnight Shakespeare programs, as well as directing the Central Valley Residency program Shakespeare For All. He has acted professionally for the last twenty years, with regional theaters such as Utah Shakespeare Festival, Southwest Shakespeare Company, Creede Repertory Theatre, Geva Theatre Center, Livermore Shakespeare, Marin Shakespeare Company, and San Francisco Shakespeare Festival. He is a graduate of the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts and a proud member of Actor’s Equity.

Serina Serjama Serina Serjama (Scenic Artist, Designer) is pleased to be working with Shakespeare On Tour again. She has created the visual artistry on stages by painting and/or designing for many companies mostly on the West Coast since 2000. Recent Projects include backdrops for Tosca, WBO, art installations for Starbucks, BeYoga, Touring shows for Bay Area Childrens Theater. She currently works on sets in the Bay Area, private commissions, and public art-Installations. She studied the Fine Arts independently in Europe and Asia for eight years and worked successfully as a muralist and freelance artist in Portland. 
Courtney Flores

Courtney Flores (Costume Designer) has been costume designing in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2003.  She has worked at Pleasanton Playhouse, Renegade Theatre Experiment and Campo Santo at Intersection For The Arts. She currently holds an A.A. in Fashion Design and a B.A. in Theater Arts Technical Production with an option in Costume Design.  Currently, Courtney is finishing her M.F.A. studies, in Theater Arts Technical Production, with an emphasis in Costume Design at San Francisco State University. You can see more of her work in Fall 2013 in the production of Alleluia, The Road by Luis Alfaro for The Triangle Lab.

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