The Ensemble

Jillian Boshart is very excited to be working on this collaborative project! Most recently she has been seen at Second Story Repertory Theatre (Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day) and Unexpected Productions (Cannibal: The Musical!). She holds a bachelors degree in Musical Theatre from Weber State University. She has been living and acting in the Seattle area for a little over a year, she currently resides in Ballard and adores it.

Lisa Keeton is thrilled to be working on One Forbidden Thing.  She was last seen in The Wyrd Sisters at Open Circle Theater and can periodically be seen stretching her improvisation muscle at Unexpected Productions.  She would like to thank Melanie and everyone else for coming together in such a beautiful way.  ‘What the artist must render is a living monent somehow, a living moment actually in action or an inward experience.”  Joseph Campbell

Adrian Moynihan is excited to be working on an ensemble piece once again! He was most recently seen in Troilus and Cressida in which he played the title character, Troilus. His other favorite roles include Cheerleader from Bleacher Bums, Saint from Mutiny at Mahring, and several roles for Book-it Repertory’s production of La Mariposa. Adrian earned his BA in Drama from the University of Washington.


Ruth Yeo is a community-based performer and counselor who hails from Singapore and South Africa. Having graduated with an MA in Expressive Arts Therapy and Mental Health, her love for theatre and the arts intersects with a passion for individual and community healing and transformation through projects that build connections in the sharing and witnessing of stories and human experience. Past projects include developing and directing an original performance in South Africa to promote inter generational understanding. Ruth is an active member of Playback Theater Northwest.


David Torres holds a BS in Theatre Arts from the University of Idaho (UI) where his open focus included performance, directing, and design. Most recently David was proudly seen in the part of Michael in the first production of The One by Maaike Davidson MFA (Kiva Theater). Tackling the production side, David directed in studios and designed sound for the UI and UI Student Theatre Organization. David was honored in both: a fellowship in the Student Directors and Choreographers (SDC) Directing Initiative, and a win in Sound Design at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Region 7. He represented Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Alaska, Northern California, and Northern Nevada at the national festival in Washington DC.


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