Callison Coburn – Managing Director
Callison (Calli) Coburn graduated with honors from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma with her Theatre Arts B.A. in 2013, emphasizing in performance and speech and therapy practices. Much of her outside research has been focused on theatre for young audiences, drama therapy, and the American Woman. Upon graduating the program, she has devoted much of her time working with young audiences in the Chickasha area. She has previously directed with USAO (Biloxi Blues, Springtime) and Chickasha High School (Just Another High School Play, How the West was Dun). Other notable credits include Stage Managing Alice in Wonderland, Have Yourself and Crazy Little Christmas, and The Little Mermaid, Jr. (Chickasha Community Theatre), and acting in various roles, most recently as Blanche Dubois in A Streetcar Named Desire with Chickasha Community Theatre. Callison has been with Oklahoma City Theatre Company since February 2016.
Kory Kight-Pagala – Artistic Director
Kory has stage managed with OKCTC on previous projects: our critically acclaimed production of Buried Child and the new play Salvage by Diane Glancy the featured production in last season’s Native American New Play Festival. Kory is no stranger to the OKC theatre scene having recently worked as Stage Manager for “Fresh Meet,” a production of a burgeoning group for new playwrights Next Stage in OKC. He also stage managed the hit local production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Other backstage credits include The Little Dog Laughed, Compleat Female Stage Beauty, and Bash: the Latter Day Plays (all with Carpenter Square Theatre), and he stage managed Mauritius, Sordid Lives, and the short-lived Souvenir (also with Carpenter Square). In 2009, he directed the OKC premier of Tracy Letts’ play Killer Joe.