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David Yurch
DAVID YURCH is a Brooklyn-based actor. This will be his third time touring with Traveling Lantern, having previously performed in The Life of Mozart, Dorothy in the Land of Oz, and The Life of Da Vinci. Most recently, he appeared in Shelter in Place at the Theater for the New City. Earlier this year, David appeared in A Midsummer Night's Dream and the original play Bodega with Sour Grapes Productions. Other past credits include The Dream of the Rood (American Theatre of Actors), How You Slice It and Underwater (Gallery Players), and Jekyll & Hyde (Sponge Theatricals). He holds a BA in Theatre from Muhlenberg College, and has studied physical theatre at the Accademia dell'Arte in Arezzo, Italy.
JONATHAN MILES
JONATHAN MILES is a film and television actor whose first and eternal love is the theatre. He couldn’t be happier to be a part of Traveling Lantern Theatre. For the past two years Jonathan has been living in, and fixing up, an old house in the sleepy wooded town of Vernonia. Well, the house is fixed so he’s back in Portland and busier than ever! Jonathan just closed a fantastic run of Hamlet at the Lakehouse with Speculative Drama, and he will be playing several roles in The Journal of Ben Uchida with Oregon Children’s Theatre next year. His first feature film, More Than Only, screened at The Oregon Independent Film Festival where it won the Best LGBTQ Film Award. Escaping Freedom, his second feature film, is currently touring the festival circuit. Jonathan was recently a featured voice actor on the Storybound Podcast and a giant banana for a Delmonte Fresh ad campaign. When not fixing houses and acting like a big fruit he enjoys snuggling with his adorable chiweenie Nymeria and watching old episodes of The Nanny. Jonathan is currently represented by Option Talent.
IZZY RUTENS
IZZY RUTENS is an actor, singer, comedian, and model from Mobile, Alabama. She recently graduated with her BFA in Musical Theatre from Long Island University, and is now living the dream in NYC. While in college, she played roles such as Laurie in "In The Wake," and Antipholus of Syracuse in Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors." You can also see her as the titular character in the short film "January" coming soon from Call Me Lucky Productions.
DEVIN GOODMAN
DEVIN GOODMAN is a jack-of-all-trades theatre artist with a penchant for traveling the US and working with various regional theatre communities. He landed in downtown San Francisco a year and a half ago (time flies!) after spending time in Washington DC; Sarasota, FL; Cleveland, OH; and throughout upstate New York. Recently, he thoroughly enjoyed touring schools and libraries all over the Bay Area with the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival’s production of A Comedy of Errors. When not performing, Devin supports himself producing, managing, directing, and teaching theatre around San Francisco. Otherwise, you can find him reading in Dolores Park, gaming at home, or exploring some of the Bay Area’s breathtaking natural beauty.
COLLEEN SOCHA
COLLEEN SOCHA is so grateful and excited to work with the Traveling Lantern Theatre again this fall. Her two passions are theatre and nurturing/entertaining children, to have them both in one is a dream come true! Colleen finished training at Portland Actor's Conservatory last year and has been passionate about theatre since high school. She moved to Portland from Connecticut. When Colleen isn't nannying or acting she is walking or hiking outdoors, journaling, or snuggling her cat Nala.
ASHLEY MCMULLEN
ASHLEY MCMULLEN has been acting all her life. She found out she had a passion for the art when she got her first lead role in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" at the age of twelve. Ashley has had the opportunity to do theater shows, voiceover work, a web series, and recently starred in her first feature film. She would like to thank The Traveling Theater company for the opportunity to perform for you. Ashley hopes everyone finds a dream and follows it because dreams do come true with hard work and determination. 
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