Jen Rowe


Jen is an Actor, Director and Self-Producer in Portland, Oregon. Directing credits include: Tender Napalm (Portland and Chicago), How We Got On (Portland Playhouse), This Girl Laughs This Girl Cries This Girl Does Nothing (Western Oregon University), The Jewish Wife, The Informer, DasVedanya Mama, Mercury Fur, The Unseen, Phaedra’s Love, Waiting, and Subject to Change at various theaters. During her artist residency at CoHo theater, she docu-devised a one-act about the women’s health crisis in America. She is the founder and Artistic Director of Quick + Dirty Productions. As an Actor, Jen has been seen at Portland Center Stage, Artists Repertory Theatre, Third Rail, Portland Playhouse, CoHo Theatre, Milagro Theatre, Oregon Children’s Theatre and BoomArts. Voice credits include Oregon Lottery and Our Oregon. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, has been seen on Grimm, The Librarians and written/performed in local sketch shows. Aside from freelancing as a multi-disciplinary artist, Jen also plays in a band and is a member of the coaching team at Playwrite, Inc

Brandon Woolley


Brandon is a director, producer, and collaborator in Portland, Oregon. Directing credits include: A Christmas Memory paired with Winter Song (co-creator), Mary's Wedding, Sex with Strangers, and JAW Promising Playwright Events (Portland Center Stage at the Armory); Luna Gale, International Falls and The Few (CoHo Theater); The God Game (Self-produced); The End of Sex (Theatre Vertigo); Dial M for Murder (BagnBaggage Productions). Brandon has worked on multiple shows at PCS as an assistant director (Astoria: Part One and Two, Lizzie, The Whipping Man, Red, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and A Christmas Story). He has also collaborated with The Oregon Symphony and Michael Curry on Persephone, Third Rail Rep, Broadway Rose, and Live on Stage. Brandon worked from 2010 to 2018 at Portland Center Stage in various capacities; most notably as Associate Producer and JAW Co-Producer. From 2018 to 2019 Brandon worked with Michael Curry Design as Head of Theatrical Projects. He is a proud SDC member and is currently freelancing as a director and producer. www.brandonwoolley.me