Samuel Pettit

Samuel Pettit -- has worked in the Puget Sound Area doing just about everything creative.

Theatrically he has appeared onstage with Seattle Opera, Barrington Stage Company, Vil
lage Theater, Tacoma Musical Playhouse and Storybook Theater as well as many others.  Favorite roles include Mr. Applegate in "Damn Yankees," Joseph in "Joseph...Dreamcoat," Ethan in "The Full Monty," Ben in "Rags," and Ellard in "The Forienger."

At Village he stage managed for the New Works Festival and “Love is Love” by Martin Charnin.

Sam has worked as choreographer and director on such shows as "Legally Blonde," "Into the Woods," "The Magic of Mrs. Piggle Wiggle," “Oliver,” “Pirates of Penzance,” “Anything Goes,” “Peter Pan,” “Red Hot and Cole,” “Pippi Longstocking,” “Camelot,” “Damn Yankees,” “Once On This Island,” “Once Upon A Mattress,” “Annie,” “Little Shop of Horrors,” “She Loves Me,” “Robin Hood,” “Grease,” “Seussical,” “Bye Bye Birdie” & “Nunsense.” Last year he choreographed  the official 2012 Puyallup Fair TV commercial.

As an educator, Sam has been teaching for Studio East: Training for the Performing Arts since 2006 and Kidstage at Village Theater. Recently he has enjoyed developing the "Epic" performance series for kids.

As a writer he has  the book and lyrics to “Robin Hood” & “The Marvelous Land of Oz” with composer Justin Beal as well as adapting 3 short stories from E.M. Forster's "The Life to Come." In 2011 he published his first science fiction novel: Aklesh and is the creator of the comic strips "Common Ground" (In the 1990's and early 2000's) and currently "I Do Drama."
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