Photographing the artists of Intiman Theatre: 26 of 35
Q&A with marketing director Kelsey Von Stubbe
PhotoSister: When you were young, did you imagine you would be on this particular journey in life? Why or why not?
Kelsey Von Stubbe: Yes and no. I started out as an actor and knew I was going to be involved with theatre. In college I found this specific “arts marketing” niche was the way to go. I wanted to be surrounded by theater people but still come home with a paycheck!
PS: What is the one thing you splurge on for yourself?
KVS: Right now it’s decorations for our new house. It’s a big undertaking to furnish and decorate a new place! Thank heavens we live right next to a Goodwill.
PS: What made you want to be involved with theatre?
KVS: Theatre people always tend to be a family unit. There’s never a dull moment– after all, theatre people tend to have a flare for the dramatics. But they’re my home away from home. And like family, sometimes you want to strangle them.
PS: What is your hidden talent (any party tricks)?I have this weird indent in my arm from when I broke my elbow in pre-school. Its nickname is Slurpee. KVS: People are always fascinated by it.
PS: What is your favorite restaurant pick in Seattle and the best dish on the menu?
KVS: The fish tacos at the taco truck next to Home Depot on Aurora. I finally made myself stop and eat there the other day, usually I’m so depressed after spending gazillions of dollars at Home Depot that I just drive home and eat top ramen, but that is seriously some good food in there.
PS: What makes you happy?
KVS: Naps and cheddar cheese.
PS: What personal adventure do you have in store for yourself this summer?
KVS: Juggling three jobs!
PS: What’s next on your horizon?
KVS: Hopefully a vacation and a year of therapy.
Go see “Romeo and Juliet,” “Dirty Story,” “Hedda Gabler,” and “Miracle!” at Intiman Theatre
Catch “Romeo and Juliet,” “Dirty Story,” “Hedda Gabler,” and “Miracle!” at Intiman Theatre in Seattle, July 11th – August 25th, 2012.
Kelsey is a graduate from the University of Washington, with a degree in Theatre and Communication. She currently holds three jobs – Marketing Manager at Intiman and Washington Ensemble Theatre, and works in the Box Office at the Pacific Northwest Ballet. She has a dog Lola, cat King Louie, and boyfriend Tyler – all of whom are great cuddlers. She couldn’t be happier to be part of this amazing Festiva
Lens Portraits: Nikon 60mm 2.8 – Aperture: f/4.5 – Shutter: 1/125 – ISO: 400
All natural light