Craig Willis, Artistic Director
Craig Willis has been Managing Artistic Director since July of 2003. Craig previously worked as a director, actor, stage manager, teacher, and company manager for theatre companies, dance companies and colleges in Washington, California and Ohio, including the Seattle Children's Theatre, California Theatre Center, and Dayton Ballet. His work as a director earned accolades from critics and producers alike. Craig received his Ph.D. in Theatre Arts and MFA in Directing from the University of Oregon, where he is also an adjunct instructor.
David Mort, Development Director
David graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in Theater from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. He has been with Lord Leebrick since winter of 2009, before which he worked as an actor for 10 years on both stage and film around the Dayton and Chicago areas. He also has experience as a director, costumer and make-up artist. For two years he was the financial supervisor for a large retail chain in the Chicago area. In 2008 he moved to Eugene and shortly after began working as Development Director with Lord Leebrick. David enjoys helping young people find their artistic voice through teaching acting.
Mary Wetherbee, Box Office/Office Manager
Mary began her involvement with theatre in high school where she acted in several plays. She has lived in Eugene for over 20 years and has been Lord Leebrick's Box Office Manager since 2000. She set up the box office systems for Consolidated Works, a multi-media theatre in Seattle. Before joining the staff, Mary volunteered for Lord Leebrick and Nearby Nature; she currently volunteers with Friendship with Cambodia. Mary holds a BA from Penn State in Social Work.
Amy Dunn, Master Carpenter
Amy Dunn was hired by the Lord Leebrick Theatre Company as Master Carpenter in 2007 after graduating from the University of Oregon with a BA in Theatre Arts. In addition to building, she also paints and designs sets for LLTC, as well as The Very Little Theatre and the Lane Summer Musical Theatre.
Michael Atkinson, Master Electrician
Michael joined the Lord Leebrick staff in August of 2010 after four years of public school teaching in Jefferson City, Missouri. When not teaching, Michael worked with the Rhynesburger theatre at the University of Missouri as a house manager, carpenter, and master electrician. While earning his Bachelor of Music from Iowa State University, Michael worked with the Ames City Auditorium, Iowa State Center, and Martha Ellen Tye Recital Hall as stage manager, house manager, lighting designer, stage hand, road crew, recording engineer, and audio technician. In September of 2010, Michael began working towards his Master of Arts Administration at the University of Oregon.