The Cast and Crew of
Halfway to the Middle
Chloe Madriaga as Jessie
Chloe is a multi-hyphenate artist originally from Maui, HI, currently based in Los Angeles. Recent works include narration and VO: Iced in Paradise, An Eternal Lei, Aftershock. Theatre: Nothing is the Same, Klingon Tamburlaine, The Video Games, The Final Girl. Film: Time Pirates, Writer’s Block. In her free time, she can be found listening to all types of music, spending too many hours in bookshops, and making tea. Aloha aku, aloha mai.
Sean E. Roche as Logan
Sean is a writer/actor based out of San Pedro, CA. He would like to thank Chloe and Sam for creating such a sweet environment to take risks and have fun in. Truly, truly a great time.
Bridget Grace Sheaff: Playwright
Bridget (she/her) is the Director of Audience Services and Community Engagement at Maples Repertory Theatre and was a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab 2019 and Directors Lab North 2022. Her credits include: Walking Shadow Readers Theatre: Halfway to the Middle; Maples Repertory Theatre: Tis the Season; DBQ One Acts: Lighted Fools (winner); Carrollwood Players: Exit Interview; Crafton Hills New Works: And Maybe a River Will Come; Ovate Highway 33: The Next Table; Playwrights’ Round Table: Filmed Before A Live Studio Audience. BA 2014 summa cum laude, The Catholic University of America. www.bridgetgracesheaff.com
Samantha Squeri: Director
Samantha (she/her) is a NYC-based director and producer. Producer: The Kite Runner (Bway, US Tour), A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet (Off-Bway). Producer/Director: The Ravages (Theatre of NOTE), The Theatre Zone (Together LA), The Silence (NOTE). Director: Shakespeare’s Skull (Dean Productions), The Cherry Orchard (Evergreen Theatre), The Last Five Years (Univ. Notre Dame), Grease (PEMCo). Sam is currently the Director of Production & Finance for NBCUniversal’s Universal Theatrical Group including Broadway, West End, and Touring productions (Wicked), licenses, investments, and shows in development. samanthasqueri.com
Kevin Silva: Sound Designer
Kevin Silva has worked in media and performance arts over the last 20 years. He also taught and ran education technology while at Chapman University. During his interactive design years, he produced an Emmy-winning project on Breast Cancer along with a project funded by an Irvine Foundation Grant that won a 17th Century French Literature award. While at North Orange CCD, he lead a three year new media education program funded by the US Department Of Labor. Since college, Kevin has worked with various theater production companies as a director, filmmaker, along with different production positions. He also is directing and producing documentary films about weddings in Las Vegas and malaria in Africa.