Mishia B. Edwards, Production Director

th11 Mishia’s work can be seen in and around the Twin Cities area, including Theatre Unbound, Lyric Arts, Chameleon Theatre Circle,  Lex-Ham Theatre, the Northfield Arts Guild and the Young Artist Initiative.  She is a professional director and actor who has experience working with all ages and skill levels. Mishia earned an M.A. in theater with an emphasis in directing from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a B.A. in Drama from Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, Ala.  She has taught theater at Middle Tennessee State University, Wayside Theater, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival, Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, Omaha Community Playhouse, Hickory Community Theater and The Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts.

th10Todd Edwards, Technical Director

Todd is the Technical Director for the St. Olaf College Theater program.  He has designed over 130 productions for many theaters, including Natural Theatricals in Washington, D.C., Theater Charlotte, Hickory Community Theater, The Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts, Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival, James Madison University, Wayside Theatre and an international tour of American Tall Tales to Russia, Latvia, and Finland.  His most recent work has been at the MN Jewish Theatre Company, Frank Theater, Lyric Arts, Work House, Commonweal Theatre and Chameleon Theatre Circle. He also worked on the Northfield High School production of West Side Story and the Northfield Arts Guild’s production of Little Women Todd has an M.F.A. in theater design and technology from the University of Southern Mississippi and a B.A. in drama with minors in art and English from Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, Ala.  He is also a freelance fight director and member of the Society of American Fight Directors.

_DSC5901_ppSofia Galloway, Acting Camp Director

Sofia Galloway graduated from St. Olaf College with degrees in theater and education, with distinction in theater, in May 2013.  During her time there she served on the board of a student production company, directed several shows, and spent as summer as a Theater Camp counselor.  She was awarded the opportunity to direct Antigone for the St. Olaf Theater Department during her senior year.  Since graduation, she has directed Oklahoma! for Riverside Players in her hometown of Neenah, WI.  She has also interned with Frank Theatre and the Jungle Theater in Minneapolis.  She currently resides in St. Paul, pursuing a career in directing.  For more information, she encourages you to check out her nifty website (which she’s very proud of) Sofia has missed Theater Camp dearly and CANNOT WAIT to return!

Camp Counselors are all St. Olaf theater majors.