The Multicultural Outreach Tour (MOTley)
Dr. Deborah Currier
This year's stories...
Meet the Cast!
Alec’s dream job involves writing and performing for children, so he is beyond excited to tour with MOTley this spring. He loves 80s fantasy films and collects lawn gnomes (and, of course, books!).
Amanda loves to dance, act and pretend to be animals (especially cats). MOTley is just the place to express her love for Theatre Education! She plans to graduate in a year with her teaching degree and travel this large, wonderful world of ours.
Ashton is a girl from the streets of Bothell. She enjoys going on quests, building pillow forts and drinking chocolate milk in front of the TV. She wants everyone to “stay golden!”
Wazup?? Austin is a senior majoring in Theatre and Secondary Education. He loves working with kids because he considered himself to be one. Hey, Mom!
Carli is thrilled to be a part of the 2012 tour! She hails from the town of Kirkland and is a Sophomore in the Theatre and Dance Department at WWU with concentrations in acting and education with a double major in Communications.
Evaline loves to share stories with others. She is a senior physics major who enjoys exploring the universe through reasoning and creativity. She is excited to be a part of MOTley and share this journey with everyone!
Kayla is a Theatre and Psychology student at WWU. She enjoys knitting, jumping jacks and pretending to be a dinosaur. She is excited to be a part of MOTley!
Natalie is a senior at WWU, double-majoring in Awesomeness and Theatre. She is very excited to be working with MOTley this year!
After a lifetime of suffering in the sunshine of San Diego, CA, Olivia trekked to the great state of Washington only to perform in MOTley. You’d better enjoy it!
Sylvie is a sophomore theatre major at WWU. She loves reading, singing and dancing – and she is super-excited to be part of the 2012 MOTley tour!
Trey loves to be silly in his spare time. He is thrilled to be a part of MOTley!
William is so excited to be with the tour! After conservatory training at AMDA NY, William enjoyed being part of the children’s theatre national tour of The Jack Sprat: Low Fat show as Jack. Future plans include teaching college theatre and running summer camps for young adults.