Project Description

Anna
Wood

Artist in Residence

Anna
Wood

Artist in Residence

Anna, 19, lives in Ewa Beach, Hawaii with her three dogs, her bird Henry, her 3 year old goldfish Silver and her human family as well.

Anna currently performs with Applause Performance Academy (APA) in Wahiawa. She has been involved in musical theatre over 10 years and decided to take her exploration further in her freshmen semester at Leeward Community College with Dr. Loretta Chen in 2019. She has since worked with Dr Chen on a number of productions including the 4th Annual Waipahu Spooky Trolley Tour, The P-Word, The P-Word for Winner’s Camp in collaboration with Pacific Asian Affairs Council (PAAC), Leeward Community College’s Pau Hana, a short film, Madison, as well as a featured role in the Hawaii Association for Career and Technical Education conference.

Anna has also taken an Introduction to Stagecraft course at Leeward with Don Ranney, and was hired as a technician in the Leeward Theatre for the Spring 2020 semester, giving her experience behind-the-scenes production work. She hopes to continue to explore the field of theatre and is excited to be Artist in Residence for Caravan Theater.

Anna, 19, lives in Ewa Beach, Hawaii with her three dogs, her bird Henry, her 3 year old goldfish Silver and her human family as well.

Anna currently performs with Applause Performance Academy (APA) in Wahiawa. She has been involved in musical theatre over 10 years and decided to take her exploration further in her freshmen semester at Leeward Community College with Dr. Loretta Chen in 2019. She has since worked with Dr Chen on a number of productions including the 4th Annual Waipahu Spooky Trolley Tour, The P-Word, The P-Word for Winner’s Camp in collaboration with Pacific Asian Affairs Council (PAAC), Leeward Community College’s Pau Hana, a short film, Madison, as well as a featured role in the Hawaii Association for Career and Technical Education conference.

Anna has also taken an Introduction to Stagecraft course at Leeward with Don Ranney, and was hired as a technician in the Leeward Theatre for the Spring 2020 semester, giving her experience behind-the-scenes production work. She hopes to continue to explore the field of theatre and is excited to be Artist in Residence for Caravan Theater.

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