MARISSA NICOLE KOCH studied Theatre and Performance at the Theatre Academy London, and graduated from the School of Theatre at Florida State University. She has a passion for performing and teaching, and has been a Teaching Artist with the Education Department at American Stage since 2011, and is now also Education Coordinator. She has appeared in several productions, including LES MISÉRABLES (Cosette), PIRATES OF PENZANCE (Edith), SWEET CHARITY (Charity), SHE LOVES ME, HENRY V, GUYS AND DOLLS, and THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE. She currently lives in Sarasota and, when not on stage or in the classroom, enjoys crafting of all kinds, as well as enjoying the beautiful Florida weather.
Landon Green hails from Tampa, FL. He has worked extensively within the market of Central Florida in many facets creatively, administratively, and educationally. He took his experience into the MFA for Theatre in Acting at West Virginia University, and hopes to take all that he’s learned back into the world. The plan is to establish base back home in central Florida (St. Pete, Tampa, Orlando) and work with his established connections; taking opportunities to work elsewhere as they arrive. Landon looks forward to expanding his experience in design and direction as well. As an actor, some of his favorite roles have been: Cliton in Ives’ The Liar (WVU), Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (WVU), Yasha in The Cherry Orchard (WVU), Mikey/Buttons in the childrens’ original The Unlucky Princess (Mountain State Rep), Roy W. Selridge in Biloxi Blues (Stageworks), Ferdinand in Love’s Labour’s Lost (St. Pete Shakespeare), Valere in Tartuffe (Tampa Rep), Jack in an adaptation of Jack and the Beanstalk (Play ‘N Around), Blessing from Heaven in The Waiting Room (USF), and a tribe member in Hair (USF).