Dahveed Bullis is a professional actor and director with over 16 years experience in the arts (Stage, Film and Music). An alumni of Eastern Washington University’s Theatre Arts Program, who has held leadership positions with Spokane Theatre Arts Council, West Valley High School, Spokane Falls Community College and Company Ballet School. He was born in Spokane, WA at Sacred Heart Hospital and has remained in Spokane with a dedicated focus on fostering a community of professionalism through experimentation, exploration and thoughtfulness. His passion can be seen in many avenues as he is always searching for ways to transform himself through art, but remains a lover of all things theatre to the core.
Scott Doughty holds an MFA in directing with an emphasis in new play development from the University of Idaho. He is a multi-year collaborator at the 7 Devil’s Playwrighting Conference. With over 200 show credits on his resume, Scott has worked for the Ensemble Studio Theatre’s new play initiative (New York), and Hand-to-Mouth Theatre (Portland, Oregon). His production of The Restore, by Merridawn Duckler, was performed at Seattle Repertory Theatre by arrangement with the Northwest Playwright’s Alliance as part of their 2015 showcase. He is the originating director of Bloody Murder by Ed Sala, which was performed in more theatres in America from 2016-2017 than any other play. He is a former instructor at Gonzaga University and Spokane Falls Community College, where he taught acting, directing, and playwrighting.