Elm Street Staff

Get to know us…

Meet our Elm Street Cultural Arts Village Staff for our 2017-18 Season!

staffphotos(4of6)Christopher Brazelton | Executive Director
Christopher Brazelton started in April of 2013 at Elm Street and has loved getting involved with the community. He holds a B.A in Theatre from Florida State University. Prior to coming to Woodstock, Christopher founded Leave Your Mark Productions in Tallahassee, FL, where he built a volunteer base of 400 people and produced over 25 productions with a vision that each ticket contributing to social justice issues globally. Now, Christopher has focused Elm Street programs to create vibrancy and engage the community with everything that the organization does. Being a somewhat serial entrepreneur, he is excited to see the next steps the organization takes and can’t wait for you to be a part of it. Christopher lives in Woodstock with his wife Morgan and dog Tally.

Siobhan Brumbelow | Education Managerstaff(2of2)
Siobhan Brumbelow holds a B.A. in Theatre from Brenau University and has toured northern U.S. and Canada with Missoula Children’s Theatre. She has been involved with the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village (TLAC) since 2002. She has had many responsibilities with this theatre organization including: directing, teaching, choreographing, and managing & performing with the iThink Improv and Elm Street’s Repertory Touring Troupe: RepTouR. She is also a resident playwright and has written many short scripts and plays for Elm Street including Rapunzel and A Christmas Carol.

 

 

Brian Gamel |Production Manager
Brian Gamel holds a B.A. in Theatre with a focus in production management from Florida State University. He has been with Elm Street for many years, and is excited to be working with the staff to create vibrancy in the area. Born and raised in Georgia, Brian has worked with other theatre companies on the east coast, but is excited to be back in Woodstock with Elm Street.

 

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Jillian Melko | Community Engagement Coordinator
Jillian Melko holds a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from The New School, NYC. She has been performing for most of her life and it has taken her touring all over the U.S., through Regional Theater’s and even Off-Broadway. Jillian has been with Elm Street Cultural Arts Village (TLAC)  since 2006, first appearing in numerous main stage shows and then progressing through iThink Improv, teaching classes and most recently since her return to Georgia, all of the above. Jillian is the resident photographer here at Elm Street and looking forward to the growth and future of this company.

 

 

 

 

Teundras Oaks | Teen Improv/Acting for Stagestaffphotos(6of6)
Teundras holds a B.A. in Theatre from Georgia Southern University. She is thrilled to be teaching acting and improvisation this fall. Her best memories are teaching at Elm Street’s Summer Camp this past summer and teaching drama and film at a children’s school in South India.  She loves traveling, smoothies, acting, singing (off key) and being a little silly. She can’t wait to inspire and create with the kids!


 Zachary Roe | Acting 1/ Acting 1& 2
Zach Roe graduated from Catawba College with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre. After moving to Atlanta, he put his theatre background and experience into use becoming a character actor and voice over talent. Zach has professionally recorded multiple audiobooks including The Pretenders series, The Forgotten Worlds Series, and Here Lies Linc. He has also performed with multiple theatre companies around Atlanta. Some of his favorite roles have been Officer Lockstock in Urinetown, Edna in Hairspray, Jekyll/Hyde in Jekyll and Hyde, and B-Flat in Second Samuel. Currently, you can listen to him and co-host Ethan Everett in The Interstellar Nerd Pod on Itunes.