Chapatti - September 11

Rogue Theater Company

 Who's Who 

  • Robynn Rodriguez head shot

    Robynn Rodriguez


    Robynn Rodriguez is an actor who began directing plays professionally in 2013. Once a resident actor at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, her acting work has been seen at the Public Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Shakespeare Theatre Company, the Kennedy Center, Berkeley Rep, and the Barbican (UK), among others. She has directed at the Utah Shakespeare Festival (King John, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, As You Like It), American Players Theatre (A Lovely Sunday For Creve Coeur), Pacific Conservatory Theatre (Richard III), West Virginia University (Hedda Gabler), and University of Texas, Austin (Twelfth Night). Robynn’s work as a director has been a welcome and challenging extension of her work as an actor.

  • Christian O'Reilly head shot

    Christian O'Reilly


    Christian O'Reilly's plays include It Just Came Out, The Good Father (joint winner of the 2002 Stewart Parker Trust New Playwright Bursary), Is This About Sex? (Best Theatre Script at the 2008 Irish Writers' Guild Awards), Here We Go Again Still, and Sanctuary.. His screen credits include episodes of BBC One dramas Doctors, Casualty, and Holby City, as well as Inside I'm Dancing (2004), a feature film based on his original story, which was released in the U.S. as Rory O'Shea Was Here. Christian lives in Galway in the west of Ireland with his wife Ailbhe and their son Cóilín.

  • Jessica Sage (she, her) head shot

    Jessica Sage (she, her)

    Artistic Director

    Jessica launched Rogue Theater Company in 2019, debuting her play, Fragments, followed by playing Mama in ’night, Mother. Jessica has acted on stage throughout the United States and Europe. She was seen locally as Emma in Oregon Stage Works’ production of Annapurna with Peter Alzado, for which she also served as Co-Producing Artistic Director. Jessica has numerous movie and television roles to her credit, including Who Shot Patakango?, If Tomorrow Comes, General Hospital, as well as televised PBS productions of Getting Out and Blithe Spirit. She has taught acting, written plays, and produced stage works for over three decades. She has directed nearly 40 theatrical productions, including A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Ashland High School. Jessica was awarded the “Extraordinary Theatre Artist” and “Ovation Award” from the California Educational Theatre Association, as well as a special Gubernatorial Commendation for her work with California Youth in Theatre.




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