Playbill | Saint Paul, 2024


Amanda Forstrom
Amanda Forstrom OFF-BROADWAY: The Irondale Ensemble: Julius Caesar, Color Between the Lines. DC Area: Junk (Arena Stage), Timon of Athens, Sense and Sensibility, Julius Caesar (Assistant Director) and Twelfth Night (Folger Theatre); Tartuffe (Shakespeare Theatre Company) Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley (Round House Theatre). She has also worked with Constellation Theatre, Keegan Theatre, 1st Stage (HHA Award Nom), Arts On The Horizon, and others. Regional work includes Clue (Theatre L’Homme Dieu, MN) The Lion In Winter (Cape May Stage, NJ); Hamlet, Cymbeline (Virginia Shakespeare Festival), Measure for Measure (Chesapeake Shakespeare Company) and Company K (RhinoLeap, NC). Other MN: Red Speedo (Walking Shadow Theatre Co) and One Good Marriage with Bad Mouth Theatre Co. Amanda is a voiceover artist with Graphic Audio, where she recently recorded Morrigan in the NY Times bestselling A Court of Thorns and Roses. FILM/TV: Move Me No Mountain; Kringle Time, Bennie’s (with Ed Asner, Cathy Moriarity). Amanda is on Instagram.

Matthew Saxe
Matt is a theatre artist. He has been in over 250 plays, movies, TV shows, improv performances, music videos, podcasts and played a 7-foot werewolf at Universal Studios Theme park for over 5 years. Thank you for coming to this show and supporting live, local theatre. He can be found on Minnesota Playlist.


Meghan Gunderson
Meghan Gunderson is a freelance director and stage manager in the Twin Cities. After taking a hiatus, she is excited to jump back into the theatre world with BMTC. She has had the pleasure of working with Gnarly Bard Theater, Umbrella Collective, 20% Theatre Company Twin Cities, Children’s Theatre Company, Workhaus Collective, and Wonderlust Productions.

Kevin Kautzman
Playwright, Co-Director
Kevin Kautzman (“a ferocious writer for the ‘recession generation’” – Critical Rant) is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter, co-founder of Bad Mouth Theatre Company, and co-host of the Art of Darkness podcast and Mouthing Off, which can be heard online and on 94.1FM in St. Paul. Originally from North Dakota, he holds degrees from the University of Minnesota (BA, History & Philosophy ’03) and the University of Texas at Austin (MFA, Creative Writing, Michener Fellow ’13). His work is published by Broadway Play Publishing, Oberon, Playscripts and Smith & Kraus and has been reviewed in outlets that include Broadway World, the Dallas Morning News, the Guardian, Maryland Theatre Guide, the Pioneer Press, and Time Out London. More at

Abbie Lucas
Video Design
Abbie Lucas is a film director based in London, originally from Aotearoa, New Zealand. In 2018, Levile TV listed her as one of the Top 20 Rising Female Filmmakers in the UK. She is a member of Directors UK and Women in Film and Television UK. In 2022 she was invited to participate in the Reykjavik International Film Festival Talent Lab. More at

Shawn Phillips
Original Music
Since being a pioneer of soundtrack composition for internet applications in the early 90s, Shawn approaches sound not unlike a painter or sculptor. From this perspective his work is often thematic, sometimes jarring, and always communicating. A longtime Badalamenti-to-Lynch musical collaborator with Kevin and Bad Mouth, Shawn finds a home in the theatre, insisting on fitting the square peg into the round hole. More at