Tony Adams began as Opera House Arts’ Executive Director in April 2021. A theatre artist, husband and father. He previously served as Executive and Artistic Director of Halcyon Theatre in Chicago from 2006-19, and was Artistic Director of Steep Theatre prior to that. In addition to his work as an arts leader, he's amassed hundreds of credits over the past twenty years as (in alphabetical order) an actor, designer, director, producer and writer.
Cait Robinson is a theater director originally from Brooklin, Maine. Recent productions include The Clean House at Portland Stage Company, Pinocchio at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Proclamation: World Sick and Proclamation: Unite at American Repertory Theater (ART), The K of D with the Drama League, The House of Bernarda Alba at Ohio Northern University, and Gidion’s Knot and False Flag (world premiere) at Dramatic Repertory Company. Cait has directed workshops at Cincinnati Playhouse, ART, Portland Stage, The Lark, the Drama League, and New Repertory Theater, among others. Past affiliations include Director of Summer Intensive at Cape Cod Theatre Project, Drama League New York Directing Fellow, and Senior Directing Fellow at Cincinnati Playhouse. Cait is also an alum of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab, SDCF Observership program, Directors Lab West, American Conservatory Theater fellowship program, Portland Stage Company internship program, Celebration Barn Theater, Bowdoin College, and the National Theater Institute (NTI). Associate member, Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC).
Pam Getto is an Island Native who believes good theatre can bring people of all walks of life together. She attended USM for computer science and worked 10 years as a corporate trainer for a large insurance company. She has been active in several community organizations such as chair for The Reach Performing Arts Center, the theatre at Deer Isle Stonington Elementary School, Secretary for the Alumni Association for Deer Isle Stonington, and the actors' representative for Cabin Fever Theatre. She lives in Deer Isle with her husband Alex, and children Riley and Luke and dog Daisy. She loves that the Opera House gives anyone with a passion to be on stage the opportunity.
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