Max geide

Writer, Episode 2 & 5

Max is a performer who is new to the Sacramento theatre scene, most of his working stage life has taken place in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. While performing has always taking focus in his life, there was always a small voice inside screaming to be heard. It was not until recently that he started writing, and while none of his work has been performed yet, he is thrilled to have his work heard first in this creative and endearing new project! His most recent exploit was co-founding The Actor’s Playpen, and directing their successful inaugural show Lizzie: the Musical.


Shelby Wulfert

Writer, Episode 3

Shelby is an actor, writer, and non committed vegan. She is best known for her work on Disney Channel's show Liv and Maddie, and she has been featured as a sketch artist and writer on Betch: A Sketch Show, on Hulu. Shelby is excited to be part of Boxed Up


Scout Husbeck

Writer, Episode 4

Scout Hushbeck is a Virgo who likes short walks and long conversations about your feelings. She's a full time arts outreach and education coordinator for California Musical Theatre, as well as a part-time baker, part-time illustrator and graphic designer, part-time bassist, part-time writer, and full-time bibliophile. She spends what little free time ah has letting Joelle talk her into getting involved in crazy (but amazing) projects, like this one. Scout's interests include: forgetting that amazing idea she came up with in the shower, yelling at her computer because she can't draw a straight line with a stylus, hate-watching terrible television shows, supporting her fantastically talented friends, and sending awful, unrelenting puns in group chats.

kyle holmes

Writer, Episode 6

Kyle Holmes is a director, writer, musician, actor and educator. He is currently the Director of Theatre Arts at Granite Bay High School where he has spent the past six years teaching theatre full time, in addition to directing and producing three main stage shows a year. Most recently, he directed and produced the amateur world premiere of The Unfortunates, a new musical that had only been staged at A.C.T Theater in San Francisco and The Oregon Shakespeare Festival prior. Kyle studied musical theatre at UC Irvine for several years before finishing his B.A. in English at UC Davis, where he also received his teaching credential and M.A. in Education. During the summer, Kyle teaches theatre arts at Sugarloaf Fine Arts Camp, where he has spent the past eleven years working to help students further their artistic passions. During the year, Kyle stays involved with Sugarloaf by serving as President on the board of directors for the Sugarloaf Station Foundation, a nonprofit that raises money to help students attend camp and grow as artists.