Margot Trouvé is from Washington D.C. She is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland (UMD) where she earned her bachelor’s degree in theatre and arts leadership. During her time at UMD she performed in 10 shows, interned at The Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts and Shakespeare Theatre Company, and was on the board of the school’s first all-female identifying theater group, The Muses. Margot pursues her passion for creativity and media by acting in local commercials and plays, assistant producing commercials, including one for the Washington Nationals, and co-developing and marketing her pop culture podcast, Pop Off, Sis. She is thrilled to be interning at the Playhouse this summer and can’t wait to learn more about WCP.
Kierstin Jones is a recent graduate from Fairfield University with a B.A. in Theatre from Hamden, Connecticut. Kierstin was the audience relations intern for Theatre Fairfield her junior year and the dramaturgy intern her senior year. She has stage-managed several shows including Fortinbras, Rabbit Hole, and [title of show]. She co-produced and acted in a virtual student-run production of Woman and Scarecrow by Marina Carr this winter as part of Theatre Fairfield’s Independent Project. Kierstin has also dabbled in playwriting. She wrote and workshopped an original play inspired by The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde for her senior capstone called Gray.