Creative Team

Kimball Allen, Creator/Host:

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Kimball Allen is a Seattle based actor and writer. He is a best-selling Off-Broadway playwright and member of the Dramatist Guild of America. Allen has been heard on NPR and seen on PBS, Amazon Studios and Comedy Central. He has written for several publications including The New York Times.

He has interviewed a wide variety of celebrated individuals including the legendary drummer, John Densmore, of The Doors; R&B Grammy nominee, Brian McKnight; award winning songstress, Jewel; adult star, Ron Jeremy; Rock & Roll Hall of Fame featured radio personality, Marco Collins; bestselling author,  Dan Savage and Emmy winning actor Leslie Jordan.

Natalie Guerin, Director/Stage Manager:

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Natalie makes Triple Threat happen each show night from curtains being raised to talent being ready to go on. She has been a member of the creative team since the shows conception. When not running the show Natalie spends her time and energy as a nonprofit director. Rumor has it she has a sweet tooth problem that she handles one day at a time.

 

Ben Koenigsberg, Talent: 

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Ben is Kimball’s trusty and scantily clad assistant on Triple Threat. He is also the proud owner & operator of Rain City Fit, a gym in Capitol Hill (Seattle). He has a passion for helping people get healthier in a fun way. His acting credits include an LG commercial and being an extra in a Korean soap opera. He’s 0/4 of the way to an EGOT.

 

 

Ashley Roy, Choreographer:

unnamed-2Ashley recently completed her undergrad in Athletic Training with a minor in Ballroom Dance. As a Brigham Young University Ballroom Company dancer, she trained with national Latin and Smooth champions and competed at the national level. Ashley has also trained with the Radio City Rockettes in New York City and loves to bring their glitz and precision into her work as a choreographer. She is currently teaching jazz, tap, lyrical, and musical theatre dance classes as well as choreographing various projects, performing, and working with her physical rehab patients during the day – she is thrilled to join the fabulous creative team at Triple Threat!

Emma Hassett, Creative Consultant/Choreographer: 

10698511_10152390468793100_465797286512928759_nEmma Hassett possesses a B.F.A in Dance from Cornish College of the Arts and began working in Fringe Theater. Emma has worked as a Choreographer, Dancer and Director for various companies including The Intiman, Balagan, Open Circle, Lungfish, The Seattle School and The Schoolyard.

Favorite credits include Triple Threat (Director), Be Happy Be Mormon (Director), The Light in the Piazza (performer), Cabaret (choreography), Pom Pom Zombies (choreography), Jekyll and Hyde (adaptation and movement coordination) and Boxed (Direction).

Scott Wells, Executive Producer:

a5a0b4cd11d4a2ed731bcfa76e724bdeScott Wells is a Seattle-based architect designing sustainable housing for the Puget Sound area for the past 14 years. Scott has been influential in bringing acts like New York Times bestselling author Dan Savage and Emmy Award Winning actor Leslie Jordan to the Triple Threat stage. He served on the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Seattle steering committee and contributed to the success of the 2013 Gala and Auction with featured guests’ singer-songwriter, Brandi Carlile, and actor, Wentworth Miller. Wells co-chaired the 2014 Gala and Auction which had over 500 attendees, raised more than $175,000 for the LGBT civil rights organization and hosted celebrity guest, Joe Manganello. And now Co-Producer of Triple Threat with Kimball Allen. He enjoys art in all its forms but is particularly fond of photography & music. As a producer, Scott’s focus is on the mundane tasks that others don’t like to think about like budgets, contracts and schedules. Once in a while he has a good idea for the stage.