Oka-sama, Yuki Onna, Xena, Ensemble
Eloisa began her acting career with Seattle Repertory Theater’s MOB (Mobile Outreach Bunch) TOUR while studying as an undergrad at the University Of Washington School of Drama. She has performed with Seattle Children’s Theater, React Theater, Seattle Public Theater, Book It Repertory Theater's Educational Tour, Latino Theater Projects, Dukesbay Theater, and Sound Theater Company in the Gregory Award winning The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. She has recently added the titles director and teacher to her resume after having recently directed Mabuhay Majesty by Bob Flor and a staged reading for PFP of Bloodletting by Boni B. Alvarez. Along with Manny Cawaling, she produced and taught the first summer theater camp emphasizing Filipino children’s literature at the Seattle Filipino Community Center.
Shunkuno Arashi, True Artist
Aimee Decker is a theatre artist, an attorney, and an advocate for diversity and inclusion in the legal and artistic communities. She has performed with local theater companies SIS Productions, Ghost Light Theatricals, Theater Schmeater, and MAP Theatre. Aimee also plays a recurring character in the stage and screen productions of BRASS, the steampunk series by John Longenbaugh and Louis Broome.
(A) Assistant, Ibaraki Doji, Ensemble / (B) Curator
Andrew Forrest is originally from Vancouver, WA, but is very happy doing weird, rad theater stuff up here in Seattle. He has a B.A. in Drama from the UW and has studied Shakespeare both in the US and Britain. You may have seen him most recently as Oliver in REBATEnsemble's As You Like It. Other credits include Wolf in Wolves and Big Ol' Crab Hunter in The Big Ol' Crab Hunter. Here is a shout-out to his family: Nick, Holly, Kate, Brucey and Romeo- he loves you all.
Wally, Karasu Tengu, Ensemble
Erik Khamphouy was born in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois and raised in Arkansas. Returning to his home state of Illinois, he graduated with an engineering degree from the University of Illinois. At university, he was the Vice President of the university film club and appeared in three student plays. He has also spent a year modeling, acting, and working as crew in Chicago. Credits include work with Depaul University and The Hancock Building and for student films from Tribeca Flashpoint College. In his free time Erik enjoys practicing martial arts, watching movies, and making new friends. This is his first month in Seattle and the first ensemble he's joined. He is excited to work with REBATE and hopes you enjoy Night Parade.
Van Lang Pham
Father, Sojobo, Ensemble
Van Lang Pham is so thrilled to be joining REBATEnsemble for this production! He was last seen on stage this past summer as Max in The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up, presented by Midnight Right Production, a company he founded and is a Co-Managing Director. Before that, he played James and Li-Han in Seattle Public Theatre’s The World of Extreme Happiness. Other previous theatre experience includes being a pit musician for Seattle Musical Theatre, Bainbridge Performing Arts, SIS Productions, and Renton Civic Theatre. He has also been a crew member for a handful of projects with SIS Productions and ReAct Theatre. A graduate of the University of Puget Sound, Van has sung with various cappella groups, and plays saxophone for the Seattle Wind Symphony, and Tacoma Concert Band.
Clown, Nine Tailed Fox
Duncan is proud to be working on his fifth show with REBATEnsemble. Credits include: Cornish College of the Arts (10 Min Play Festival, Clown Show), Fantastic Z (New Works Festival) and REBATEnsemble (The Tempest, As You Like It). He is currently a senior at Cornish College of the Arts in the Original Works Program.
Season is a Chinese actor and a core ensemble member of REBATEnsemble Theatre Group. Past credits with REBATEnsemble include Rashomon Reloaded (Priest), Richard III (Hastings), and As You Like It (Amiens)
Student, Yolanda, Jorogumo, Ensemble
Emma is delighted to make her debut with REBATEnsemble Theatre Group. She graduated from Butler University with a B.A. in Theatre and an emphasis in acting. At Butler, her favorite roles include: Arkadina in The Seagull, Egeus/ Peter Quince in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Florina in Mad Forest, and Polly Peachum in The Threepenny Opera. She recently adapted Chekhov’s Ivanov into a one-woman show where she played feature characters Sasha and Anna. Emma has trained with SITI Company (summer 2016) and at the Moscow Art Theatre School (summer 2017).
Therapist, Zrike, Shuten Doji, Ensemble
Frank Sun is a Chinese-American actor who, after graduating from the University of Washington, has worked closely with REBATEnsemble in expanding his various theatrical skills and has since become an ensemble member. Aside from his one off performances of stand up and voice over work, has also performed in various Shakespeare shows. Noteably as Catesby in Richard III, Ariel in The Tempest, and Orlando in As You Like It.
(A) Curator / (B) Assistant, Ibaraki Doji, Ensemble
Buddy Todd (Harold) has acted and directed for over twenty years all over the country. Local theatre credits include REBATEnsemble, Theatre9/12, Fantastic Z, Pacific Play Company, Stone Soup Theatre, Black Box Theatre (in Edmonds), and Renton Civic Theatre. Buddy is also a theatre instructor with Studio East, Edmonds Community College, and Eastern Washington University He has recently directed KACTF's award winning The Fantastiks. Upcoming: Directing Wizard of Oz at Bainbridge Performing Arts and acting in the Monstr Webseries.
Director, Sound, Props, and Masks
Tom Dang (Director) is a Los Angeles based artistic director, producer and performer. Originally from Seattle, he creates work with his company, REBATEnsemble Theatre Group, with an emphasis on multi-media, ensemble focused and experimental theatre. He is also an Artistic Associate of Rogue Artist Ensemble, an LA-based collective of multi-disciplinary artists who create Hyper-theatre. Tom has created work in Seattle for over a decade and was also a founding member of Kent, WA based company; Theatre Battery.
Kendall Uyeji (playwright) graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in Playwriting, Acting, and Theatre Education in 2016. He spends his time getting acclimated with the Seattle theatre scene by acting and writing plays and working at Seattle Children’s Theatre. He has written an Icarus adaptation for Ghost Light Theatricals, a science fiction short play for Theatre Schmeater, and is thrilled to be working with Pork Filled Production on Night Parade, his greatest challenge yet!
Will has been acting in Seattle for over a decade appearing in such Book-It Repertory Theater as David Guttenburg’s, Snow Falling on Cedars, and Herman Melville’s, Moby Dick. Other musical shows include Spring Awakening by Duncan Sheik as Moritz Stiefel, Chicago with music by John Kander as the Master of Ceremonies, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show by Richard O’brien as Brad Majors. He would like to thank Tom Dang for helping me to branch out into stage management and production, and the rest of the REBATEnsemble team for their hard work and dedication to this immersive exploration of live theater.
Kirk Vande Brake
Assistant Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
David Le is thrilled to serve as assistant stage manager for this production. He has been involved in and studied theatre since his freshman year at the University of Washington. David has previously performed as Tawfiq in the Undergraduate Theatre Society’s production of Ten Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith. He has also served as run crew for 12 Ophelias and Anything Goes. In his free time, he enjoys running, filmmaking, and writing. He thanks director Tom Dang and everyone at REBATEnsemble for the opportunity to be involved in Night Parade and grow as an artist.
Robin Macartney (sets and lights) is a freelance set and props designer who has been fortunate to work with a large number of the theatre companies in Seattle. She is the resident set designer/ front of house manager at Theatre Off Jackson as well as the scene shop supervisor for the University of Puget Sound’s Theatre Department.
Natalie Shih is a Seattle-based costume designer. Since graduating from Cornish College of the Arts in 2017, she has designed for a number of companies in the Seattle area. Recent credits include The Rules of Charity for Sound Theatre Company, Persimmon Nights and the Kimchi Kittens for Café Nordo, and Straight White Men for Washington Ensemble Theatre. Additionally, she designed costumes for Gregory Award nominated play of the year Ironbound for Seattle Public Theatre. Her aim is to promote inclusivity and diversity in the arts, and focus on pushing the boundaries of conventional theatre to start conversations about social issues. On weekends, she enjoys cooking with her husband and spending time with her fur-babies. www.natalieshih.com