Marian, or The True Tale of Robin Hood Creative

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Summer Heartt
As the ACHS Theatre Arts program director for the past nine years, Ms. Heartt teaches 4 levels of drama, directs two mainstage shows every year, and produces student-directed Winter One-Acts. She enjoys field trip adventures with her students, from theatre competitions in California to New York City, instilling in them the love of travel and collaborative creativity. Ms. Heartt holds a bachelors in Theatre Arts from UC Santa Cruz, spent a year in Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, and also holds a Masters in Education. Ms. Heartt is endlessly grateful to her husband, Kyle, and their two sons, Tristan and Zephyr, as well as the rest of her family and friends for their support and encouragement.
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Stage Manager
Maya Maestas
Maya is honored to be lead stage manager for ACHS’ production of Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood. She is currently president of Drama Club, a TA in Drama 1, and has been in Advanced Drama all four years of high school. You might have seen her in AC’s most recent production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime in fall 2022 as Siobhan, and she was also stage manager for Newsies this spring. She has been in the AC drama programs since sixth grade and had so many amazing experiences. For fun, Maya enjoys reading and hanging out with her friends. She would like to thank her girlfriend and family for supporting her and coming to all her shows.
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Assistant Stage Manager
Riley Yamada
Riley is delighted to be part of Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood at American Canyon High School Theater. This is her third year in Advanced Drama and has worked on several past productions such as last year's hit musical Newsies as Spot Conlon. For about three years, Riley has taken online acting classes at the Young Actors Studio based in Los Angeles and New York where she and many like her study acting technique and scene work. Riley loves musical theater, watching movies, sports, reading, cooking, and going on spontaneous trips. She loves all aspects of live theater and film/TV and hopes to flourish in both as a director and actor in the future. Finally, she would like to thank her parents for giving her the freedom to pursue her many passions.
Assistant Stage Manger
Paige Rosal
Paige is thrilled to be making her debut as assistant stage manager for Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood. This is her second year in Advanced Drama, and her first year assisting as a student tutor for the Drama 1 class. You may have seen her previously as Mrs. Gascoyne in last year’s fall show, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night, or as Specs in the spring musical, Newsies—which granted her the opportunity to perform at the Festival Napa Valley in front of names such as Nancy Pelosi over the summer, alongside a few others from the Newsies cast. Off stage, she can also be seen in many different places: at football and basketball games as part of the varsity cheer team, on the ice as a figure skater, or at concerts watching artists like Matt Maltese or BTS. She would like to thank Ms. Heartt, her family, and boyfriend for always encouraging her to go after her dreams.
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Booth Tech
Kaiden Capulong
Kaiden is excited to be in tech for Marian or The True Tale of Robin Hood. They recently starred as School Boy and Old Man in All The World’s A Stage. This is Kaiden’s second year in drama, previously was in drama 1, and currently doing Advanced Drama. You can also find him in choir singing with his friends. Kaiden thanks his parents and sister for supporting him. As well as his partner Bea, for listening to him rant about the show.
Fight Coordinator
Michael Daw
Set Construction
Marshall Scott
Scenic Painting
Chelle Thomspon

Original Creative Team

Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood premiered in a production by the Flux Theatre Ensemble in New York City in April 2017 under the direction of Kelly O'Donnell. 

This Play is presented by kind permission of Concord Theatricals.