The majority of Tom Walton’s work has been on the stage as an active company member of the Northwest Classical Theater Company for 14 years. Over that time he has had the opportunity to work and study with some modern Shakespearean powerhouses like Bill Alexander, Barry Kyle, Janet Suzman, Lisa Harrow, Joseph Marcel, Richard Katz, Immogen Stubbs Andrew Wade and Jonathan Guy Lewis. He has performed in over 80 professional theatrical productions throughout the Portland area having worked closely with Tracy Letts on an adaptation of Three Sisters and Tanya Barfield on her original play The Call. Tom has appeared in 30 film projects ranging up and down the west coast and has appeared as a guest star on 2 episodes of NBC’s Grimm. Tom is an active chiropractor and full time professor teaching manual medicine at the Natural University of Natural Medicine and the University of Western States. Tom is always on the lookout for his next adventure.
Amber Stonebraker is an actor currently living in Portland, Oregon, where she is thoroughly soaking in all the beauty, food, and weirdness the amazing city has to offer. She began her acting career around 12 years ago at Northern Arizona University where she received a BA in Theatre Performance. She continues her education through improv, clown, and scene study classes. While the stage will always have a special place in heart, most of her current work is centered around television and film. She has worked with many local and non-local talent in a handful of independent films, can been seen in many local and national commercials, and has had costar roles in television shows such as Grimm and Mystery Diners, where she appeared in 3 episodes.
Todd Van Voris
Originally from Tampa, Florida, Todd Van Voris studied acting at New York University. He relocated to Portland in 2001 and has been active in the theatre scene ever since. He’s won rave reviews for performances in such plays as The Lieutenant of Inishmore, The Flu Season and The Seafarer. He won a Drammy award for his lead role in Betrayal at Imago Theatre. He is a former member of the company at Artists Repertory Theater and has worked extensively with the Portland Opera. He starred in a production of Long Day’s Journey Into Night at the Sydney Theatre Company in Australia. Todd is also a voice-over artist, and his distinctively rich and resonant tones have earned him an appropriate nickname in the Portland theatre community: “Todd Van Voice”.
Originally from Georgia, Kailey Rhodes is an actress based in Portland, Oregon. She has been seen onstage in Artists Rep’s The Importance of Being Earnest as Gwendolyn Fairfax and as Dora Sunnyside in An Octoroon. Her other recent roles include Dainty June in Broadway Rose’s production of Gypsy; Pauline Clench in Lakewood Theatre’s One Man, Two Guvnors; and Roxie Hart in MCTP’s Chicago, for which she received a 2016 Drammy nomination.