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Summer Camp Teaching Artists!

Katie Beazley

Site Administrator/Teaching Artist

Katie Beazley is a theatre artist, administrator, and educator with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from Samford University. Katie has experience teaching acting, musical theatre, and creative drama programming to elementary and middle school students, as well as working professionally as a director, performer, and creative consultant. She is passionate about supporting young people grow as artists and individuals through creative processes. She has spent the past year at Asolo Rep as the Company Management Apprentice and will be attending Virginia Tech this fall to pursue an MFA in Applied Theatre and Public Dialogue. 

Sara Brunow

Education & Engagement Director/Teaching Artist

Sara Brunow (she/her) is a theatre maker and teaching artist, originally from the Washington, D.C. area. She has worked as a performer, director, producer, arts administrator, teaching artist, artistic adaptor, sensory storyteller, and arts integration specialist. Sara completed her BFA in Music Theatre from Shenandoah Conservatory and went on to be a professional performer for several years in the DC theatre scene. She received her MFA in Theatre for Young Audiences from the University of Central Florida, where she specialized in creating sensory-aware theatrical experiences with and for neurodivergent individuals and individuals with disabilities. In addition, she earned a Certificate in Theatre for Young Audiences with Complex Disabilities through Oily Cart Theatre and Rose Bruford College, as well as a certification in Arts Integration through the Kennedy Center’s Engaged Learning Through the Arts program at Orlando Rep. Sara is a graduate of the 2022 Gulfcoast Leadership Institute, held by the Gulf Coast Community Foundation and Eckerd College, and received the Glasser-Schoenbaum Emerging Leader Award for Arts and Culture in 2024. 

Sara has created within the education and community engagement departments of several TYA and regional companies around the country including Orlando Repertory Theatre, Nashville Children’s Theatre, Theatre Under The Stars, and Asolo Rep. In her roles, Sara has developed and facilitated applied theatre, creative drama, and technique-based programming for all ages in community spaces and schools. In addition, she has been a producer for several theatrical events such as the Tommy Tune Awards, Public Works Houston, and Asolo Rep On Tour. She is currently the Muriel O'Neil Education & Engagement Director at Asolo Rep, where she and her team are building responsive, equitable, and artistically rich programming throughout the Sarasota region (Theatre is for everyone!)—whilst leading with kindness, learning, and joy.

Sara has two precocious small friends under the age of 9, two feisty cats, a ridiculous dog, and a very understanding scenic-designer husband.

Christina Chen

Teaching Artist

Originally from Beijing, China, Christie has spent the past 10 years in Boston and New York City where she performed Off-Broadway and Regionally. She is passionate about storytelling that unites people from different communities, and art that ignites social change and environmental conservation. She is a teaching artist with Asolo Rep, an MFA Candidate at the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, a yoga teacher with SHACK yoga+fitness downtown, and a Science Communications Intern at Minorities in Shark Science, where she leads field trips and camps for youths interested in Marine Science.

Trezure Coles

Teaching Artist

Trezure B. Coles is a Florida based actor/singer/dancer who has recently graduated with her master’s degree from FSU Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training. Some of her works include Intimate Apparel, Inherit the Wind (Asolo Rep), Antony & Cleopatra (TAM), A Christmas Carol and Comedy of Errors (VA Stage Company). This will be her second year with the education department’s summer camps, and she is thrilled to be back working hands on with the kids. Prior to moving to Florida, she has studied many genres of dance including ballet, modern, jazz, hip-hop, heels, storytelling, and recently improvisation. Her favorite genre is hip-hop and she has had the pleasure to share her love and knowledge for dance with many young artists as a hip-hop teacher and coach. “ I look forward to incorporating my background in acting, dancing and movement into my summer curriculum with the kids and exploring fresh art”.

Morgan Egan

Teaching Artist

Morgan Egan is excited to join drama camp again this summer. She received her BA in theatre from Illinois State University and expects to earn her MFA in theatre education from the Mississippi University for Women this winter. Morgan and has spent her career in acting, theatre education, and arts administration, and cherishes the time she gets to spend exploring drama with young people.


Elizabeth Guilbert

Education & Engagement Coordinator/Teaching Artist

Elizabeth Guilbert is currently the Education & Engagement Coordinator at Asolo Rep, where she previously worked as an Education & Outreach Apprentice! She is a Teaching Artist and Arts Administrator who has had the opportunity to work with students of all ages and backgrounds, from elementary school to senior citizens, and specializes in scene study, creative drama, playwriting, and devised work. In addition to her work in the classroom, Elizabeth also works as a freelance dramaturg. Prior to this position, Elizabeth spent several years as the Education Assistant at Goodspeed Musicals, where she managed and taught classes for the Goodspeed Kids Company in addition to creating and facilitating new educational programs for students and professionals alike. Previous work includes a postgraduate Education Apprenticeship at McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton, New Jersey and an Education Associate position with the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education. Elizabeth is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago.

Desiree Oliver

Site Administrator/Teaching Artist

Desiree Oliver (she/her) is a rising senior at Muhlenberg College. She has appeared in Muhlenberg’s Department productions of (&Medea) (Medea), The Saint Plays (Angel 2,Facilitator 2), Labyrinth of Desire (Laura), the Assembly Festival production of A Feeling Of, Feeling For (performer/deviser), Muhlenberg’s Co-Lab production of ...even in another time (Laura). She also choreographed the Muhlenberg Theatre Association’s production of Antigone directed by Bryson Brunson. Desiree is the Co-Captain of Mayhem Step Team and President of the Women of Color Collective. Desiree is excited to be returning back to Asolo Rep this summer and continue teaching.

Falcian Page

Teaching Artist

Falcian Page (he/him) is very excited to be at Asolo Rep this summer! He is originally from Chattanooga, Tennessee. Falcian has bachelor degrees in Acting and Health & Human Performance from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2020 and graduated with a Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training in 2024. Falcian has experience teaching technical theatre and stage craft to adults as wells as early childhood education.

Brielle Rivera Headrington

Brielle is a recent graduate of the FSU/Asolo Conservatory where she obtained her Masters in Acting. She is passionate about telling stories and making theatre accessible for everyone. She was bitten by the theatre bug as a child and strives to provide opportunities for any and all to get that bite, too. 

Brooke Turner

Teaching Artist

Brooke Turner is a recent MFA Acting graduate from The FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, originally from Ohio. She also has her BFA in Classical Acting from Baldwin Wallace University. Brooke has been teaching with Asolo Education throughout her time with the Conservatory and Asolo Rep, including playing Helena/Flute on the A Midsummer Night's Dream educational tour. In the past, Brooke has also served as a teaching artist for Cleveland Playhouse and Idaho Shakespeare Festival.