Brieanna Ramthun recently completed her BA in theatre arts design & technology at UNLV. Some local SM credits include: The Women at the College of Southern Nevada; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at Super Summer Theatre; and Bomb-itty of Errors at NCT. Brie’s previous SM credits with APF: Body […]
About Ann Marie Pereth
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Mariya Radeva-Nedyalkova holds a MFA in design and technology for theatre from UNLV. She had designed costumes for all of APF’s Mainstage Productions to-date. Her design credits with NCT include: A Streetcar Named Desire; The Seagull; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum; On the Verge; Arcadia; and Equus. As a […]
Jamie Carvelli-Pikrone made her APF onstage debut in When the Rain Stops Falling in 2016. She has also been featured in productions with Cockroach Theatre Company: Detective Morris in The Nether, Jenny/Lisa Simpson in Mr. Burns, Estelle in No Exit and Lulu in The Birthday Party. Other favorite roles include Marjorie in Extremities, Dottie […]
Josh Wroblewski is a native of Illinois and has been involved with theatrical lighting since his high school days. He received his BFA in theatre with an emphasis in lighting from Millikin University, and his MFA in lighting design from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Josh has worked as an educator, lighting designer […]
By Amy Herzog Directed byAnn-Marie Pereth KNPR – A Public Fit Stages First Public Reading
A Public Fit is excited to be partnering with Del Sol Academy of the Performing Arts this year! Staff is working as educators, in conjunction with teachers at the school, to provide a program where students will utilize the thematic underpinnings of a variety of cultural stories and backgrounds to create theatrical productions. Students will provide educators with their own heritage stories; a […]
The BUZZZ After each staged reading and production, A Public Fit hosts The BUZZZ – a discussion of the play, its themes, imagery, history and impact. The BUZZZ offers an insightful dialogue between the audience and the artists involved and is integral to A Public Fit’s dedication to creating opportunities for audience participation and interaction.
“I always hope to walk away from any theatrical experience with an unfamiliar perspective, finding a new foundation from which to propel myself forward. I want the sort of theatre that gives me the fire to seek my own artistic and creative narrative, theatre that keeps us all moving through our own human experience and […]