- Produce a wide range of progressive and meaningful theatrical presentations of the highest possible quality, with an emphasis on new and culturally or socially relevant work;
- Create a platform for young artists to develop critical thinking skills, empathy, and compassion while empowering them to make a difference in their communities;
- Provide hands-on learning experiences in all aspects of a theatrical production including acting, direction, tech, vocal musical, & instrumental music;
- Bring thought-provoking, emotionally-challenging, and exciting shows to Colorado audiences.
Christina Roberts has been teaching and directing theatre in the Denver & Fort Collins communities since 2007. Her work has been seen on such stages as the D.L. Parsons Theatre, the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse, The Norton Theatre (University of Northern Colorado), The Longmont Theatre Company, The Roberta Price, Robert L. Troutman Theatre, Bas Bleu, & The Downtown Artery. She has taught high school theatre for both Aurora Public Schools & Thompson R2-J and was recently honored by National Youth Arts for her work on the musical, Big Fish ("Outstanding Direction" and "Outstanding Production"). She is currently an actor and teaching artist for Kaiser Permanente's Arts Integrated Resources department and recently assumed the role of Director of Theatre Education with the Longmont Theatre Company. She also teaches acting and improv for the Northglenn Youth Theatre & Anythink Wright Farms.
Adam White is a composer, teacher, musician, and co-founder of Q1Go. Adam completed a triple-major in Music Composition, Percussion Performance, and Music Education from Colorado State University. He spent the last five years working as the Director of Bands at Thompson Valley HS, Walt Clark MS, Alamogordo HS, and Ignacio JR/SHS. In addition to his work with Q1Go, Adam is a touring musician with Guerrilla Fanfare Brass Band, the music director for Equinox Theatre Company, and vibraphonist for the progressive rock band, Leaded. Adam currently teaches private instrumental music lessons at Avanti Music Academy in Highlands Ranch, and percussion at Aurora Central High School. He also designs drill formations for several high school marching bands around the state. His compositions have won several awards and honors, most notably his orchestral work "New Ice Age" (2006 Youth Orchestra of the Rockies Composition Competition). Adam's upcoming projects include his new, original musical based on the Mario Brothers video game, and arranging/composing for club45, a new musical featuring the music of Panic! at the Disco and Fallout Boy.
Kjirsten Logan graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 2013 with a degree in Theatre Education after internships at Walt Disney World, the Kennedy Center, and ASSITEJ in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has been actively involved as a local actor, producer, and teaching artist since. She is a Foothills Theatre Company board member. She previously worked for Orion Entertainment as an assistant producer for HGTV's Tiny House Big Living and Travel Channel's Guiding Alaska. She currently works as a teaching artist and theatre technician at several local Denver theatre companies.