Creekside Theatre Fest

Performing in two shows during the same run was a new and wonderful learning experience! Each cast was great to work with and I liked changing things up every night between the two productions. My characters were vastly different, but I loved them both. 

Oz was a much smaller cast (only 3 of us on the stage) which provided us a great opportunity to become close.

 Bo (Dot/Dorothy), Jeanine (SM), Brooke (Director), Jordan (Mr. Braum & 21 other characters), myself (Bridgey & 8 other characters)

Bo (Dot/Dorothy), Jeanine (SM), Brooke (Director), Jordan (Mr. Braum & 21 other characters), myself (Bridgey & 8 other characters)

The Tempest cast was much larger, but Stephano only really interacts with two other characters. I love Jordan and Alden, so it was a joy getting into drunken escapades with them every night! The rest of the cast was a joy to hang with backstage, as well as many late trips to Applebee's. 

 Jordan (Trinculo), myself (Stephano), Alden (Caliban)

Jordan (Trinculo), myself (Stephano), Alden (Caliban)

I was happy with the overall positive responses we got from audiences and reviewers! Below are links and excerpts from the reviews. Also, I don't know how long it'll take people to get my last name correct, but it is Fullmer, not Fuller. Ha!

Front Row Reviewers about The Tempest: "Another standout relationship was the one between the King's butler, Stephano, played as female (and fabulous) by Jasmine Fuller, and the King's jester, Trinculo, played exquisitely by Jordan Kramer. Fuller and Kramer were delightful to watch. The characters were so fun! If you go for no other reason, go for the monster with four legs scene. Truly a standout performance."

Link: Front Row Reviewers: The Tempest - A Creekside Delight

Utah Theater Bloggers about Oz: "Jasmine Fullmer as Bridgey brought ample energy to the stage with her performance, and I missed the moments she wasn't on stage. I quite liked her in the role, and the physicality she brought to the Wicked Witch of the West stole the show for me."

Link: Utah Theatre Bloggers: Creekside's Oz Has Charm in its Setting and its Actors