Emily MacIntyre (Production Manager, MACC & Assistant Director, Wolf Theatre Academy)
holds a BA degree in theatre from California Lutheran University. She spent her childhood and young adult years acting in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. While working on her degree she spent three years as a union stage-manager with Kingsmen Shakespeare Company in Thousand Oaks, CA. While in California, she directed/designed children’s pageants for local churches, worked crew for Young Actor’s Ensemble, taught Shakespeare camps, and acted in childrens’ theatre with Amgen’s Community Outreach Project and Pinki’s Playhouse. Emily moved to Denver in June of ’03, where she has been privileged to work with the children and staff of the Wolf Theatre Academy, stage-managing nearly 30 mainstage productions since 2003. Other MACC productions include Poignant Irritations, and Denver Children’s Theatre productions: The Golden Goose, Sleeping Beauty, The Last Paving Stone, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse, and Ramona Quimby. Emily spent one season co-directing/teaching with ‘Acting Up! Theatre Arts for Teens,’ and periodically lends a technical hand to their productions.
Kelly McAllister (faculty) holds a BA in Theatre Arts from San Jose State University. Kelly is an actor, director, playwright and experienced theatre teacher. He has taught extensively for the Wolf Theatre Academy and directed popular productions of Sweeney Todd, Glee: The Musical, Moon Over Buffalo and many more. He has also taught for the Renaissance Program in Boulder. His bi-coastal credits include theatre classes in New York City for the Hope Theatre, Synapse Productions and Expanded Arts as well as California credits at Small World Schools, Children’s Theatre Workshop and The Western Stage. Kelly was a reviewer for nytheatre.com and won playwriting awards at the NY Innovative Theatre awards and the NYC International Fringe Festival. Kelly is also a former full-time school teacher.
Missy Moore ( faculty) is thrilled to again be teaching for the MACC’s Wolf Theatre Academy and to be exploring the world of Matilda this fall. Other teaching credits with MACC include Guys and Dolls, Suessical, Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets, Peter Pan and The Wizard of Oz. Some of you may have seen Missy onstage at MACC in Denver Children’s Theatre productions such as Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse, The Snow Queen and Sleeping Beauty. Some of her favorite roles include “Bananas” in The House of Blue Leaves (The Edge Theatre Company), “Justine” in The Love List (Town Hall Arts Center/Avenue Theater), “Karen” in August: Osage County (Abster Productions) “Marie Antoinette” in Marie Antoinette: The Color of Flesh (Spark Theatre) and “Essie” in You Can’t Take It With You (Theatreworks). Keep your eyes peeled for her upcoming projects which include Sleepy Hollow at The Aurora Fox, Don’t Dress For Dinner at Lake Dillon Theatre Company and Apartment 3A for Evergreen Players.
Kate Roselle (faculty) is a director and teacher who has been working with young actors in Denver since she arrived here two years ago. In Colorado, she has previously taught with the Denver Center Teaching Academy and the Arvada Center, and directed for Curious New Voices at Curious Theatre Company. Prior to her move, Roselle was Education Director at New Stage Theatre in Jackson, MS where she taught acting and workshop development, headed the school touring program, and developed the New Stage Summer Acting Intensive for students in grades 1-12. Some of her favorite directing credits include Wind in the Willows, Fiddler on the Roof, Jr, Charlotte’s Web, Pinocchio, Shakespeare’s Sweethearts & Swords, Pirates of Penzance, Jr. and A Christmas Carol. Roselle also worked extensively with the Mississippi Arts Commission as a grant panelist and workshop leader for their Arts in Education program.
Steve Wilson (Executive Artistic Director and Wolf Theatre Academy Director, MACC) holds an M.F.A. in acting from the National Theatre Conservatory in Denver and a B.F.A. in drama from the University of Southern California. He has been an artist-in-residence throughout the Cherry Creek and Denver Public School Districts, and was the high school theatre teacher and Performing Arts Chairman at St. Mary’s Academy for 10 years. Steve has directed productions at major theatre companies throughout the Denver area, including PHAMALy (Physically Handicapped Actor’s & Musical Artists League), the Bug Theatre Company, Town Hall Arts Center and The Theatre Group. He garnered awards for “Best Director” from both the Denver Post and Boulder Daily Camera as well as four Henry Awards (Colorado’s Tony Award) for “Best Direction of a Musical” for his productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Urinetown, Man of LaMancha and Beauty & the Beast for PHAMALy. Steve also received a Denver Post Ovation award as “Best Director of a Musical” for PHAMALy’s Joseph… and Side Show as well as a “Best of Westword” award for “Best Direction of a Musical” for PHAMALY’s Beauty and the Beast. His acting credits include numerous Shakespeare festivals, the Denver Center Theatre Company, Compass Theatre Company, the Denver Civic Theatre, and the Theatre Group. Steve, who has overseen the development of four theatre companies, is currently the MACC’s Executive Artistic Director, the Director of the Wolf Theatre Academy, PHAMALY and serves on the Board of Directors of the Colorado Theatre Guild (former 6 term President) and the Scientific and Cultural Collaborative (current Board co-chair).