Curt Christnot earned his Bachelor of Arts from UW Green Bay. He has appeared on multiple stages in the Green Bay area. As a director, he has directed at various theaters all throughout Northeast Wisconsin even serving as the Artistic Director at Green Bay Community Theater for some time. In addition to acting and directing, this will be Curt's 15th year dancing in The Nutcracker. Curt has also taught martial arts and has become Evergreen's resident stage combat choreographer. A founding member of Evergreen's Summer Youth Program, Curt loves working with actor's of all ages and his enthusiasm is contagious.
A true believer in lifelong learning, Tricia has earned an Associate's degree in Education, and a Bachelor and Master's degree in History with a minor in Psychology. In addition to almost completing a second Master's degree in Nonprofit management. Tricia's love of theater began at the age of 7 and as an adult she has worked with community theaters across the country. After a 10 year career working in museums where she put her theater skills to use in program development, Tricia returned to the theater, most recently serving as the Corporate Director of Wisconsin Rapids Community Theater. Currently, Tricia works as the Performing Arts Coordinator at UW Green Bay. Tricia shines when onstage but enjoys the technical aspects of theater as well. Serving as a director, costume designer, stage manager, lighting designer, sound designer, and props mistress, there is very little in theater that Tricia hasn't done.
Lee began his theatre education in 1972 at U.W.G.B. In a Children’s Theatre class in which he helped to create and act in The Park Circus Prankster’s, a traveling Children’s troupe that toured local parks. In 1974 he moved to the San Francisco Bay Area where he studied, acting, directing and playwrighting from local artists, and teachers.
Lee went to San Francisco State where he earned his B.A. and Teacher’s Credential. He also participated in two theatre education programs, L.E.A.P., Learning Through Education in the Arts program which introduced Artists into Elementary school classrooms to create and perform plays. The other was T.I.E. team, (Theatre In Education), which involved creating participatory theatre for High School students in History.
After returning to Green Bay in 2000 Lee taught storytelling, and Improvisation for a few summers at College For Kids, at St. Norbert College. He also began acting and directing adults as well as Young Actors for Evergreen where he has also taught classes in improvisation and writing for our Summer Workshops.
Bonnie received her BA from Iowa State University where she double majored in Mass Communication with an emphasis in TV broadcast journalism, and Telecommunicative Arts with an emphasis in TV and Theater production. She received her Teaching certification from Marian University in middle grade education and has life time Wisconsin teaching license for first through 8th grade. In 2000, Bonnie earned a diploma writing for children and teenagers and writing and selling children's books from the Institute Of Children's Literature in West Redding, Connecticut
Bonnie has several years of experience working in community theater working on stage, as a stage manager, and a director. A founding member of Evergreen's Summer Youth Program, Bonnie also serves on Evergreen's education committee. Currently, Bonnie is a teacher in Shiocton where she also serves as the drama advisor and director at Shiocton High School.