Creative team

Director Elaine ‘EE’ Moe

Elaine “E.E.” Moe began her career in Arizona and is truly delighted to share Davisson Entertainment’s focus tributes on AZ artists. Her entrepreneurial spirit and diverse career embraces 55+ years of acting/directing/producing in professional and educational venues from LA to NY in regional theatre, Off-Broadway, outdoor festivals, concert halls, industrial trade shows, street corners and storefront theatres.  A few credits include:  LA Shakespeare Co., L.A. Olympic Arts Theatre Festival, Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, Beverly Hills Playhouse, Prescott Center for the Performing Arts, Herberger Theatre and international solo-artists touring productions.

She has garnered awards for 150 ++ productions ranging from Pinter to Williams, Sheridan to Hellman, Serkin to Spewack and Porter and that includes being a New Works addict. Honors: LA Drama Critics Awards for Continuing Excellence in Production & Performance (she is still the only woman to receive an LADCC Acting & Directing award in a single season); Drama-Logue/Backstage, LA Reader, LA Weekly, LA Women in Theatre Career Achievement, LA Mayor & City Council offices for arts development, Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Gold Medallion of Excellence (2015). ariZoni Director Award, CALENDAR GIRLS for Phoenix Theatre Co. (2016)

Service: Arizona Theatre Company ATC/ACT (founder/actor/director member), AZ Arts Commission Grants panel, AZ Arts and Education, AZ Film Commission Task Force.  University of Arizona: faculty/guest director/distinguished alumnus BFA/MA; with appointments as Concert Mgr.-creating University International Artist Series, School of Music Connoisseur Concert Series, KUAT Celebrity Montage on the Arts and Director of Theatre Production. Current: Co–Founder Artistic Director of the nationally honored MEGAW Theatre/Actors Studio, Inc.of CA/AZ (1973- ). Senior Lecturer in Acting, Directing, Playwriting WriterZBox for Scottsdale School of Film/+Theatre and professional coach for Scottsdale Conservatory Theatre.(2002-). Guest Director/ASU Lyric Opera Theatre (2013-). Proud member: SDC, AEA-Liaison, SAG-AFTRA, Playwright: TO FEED THEIR HOPES, AN AMERICAN CANTATA , celebrating American women.   A moderator/adjudicator for numerous national arts conferences her entrepreneurial professional career reflects her lifelong advocacy for engaging diversity, new works and artists inclusion in all mediums. Windsong you live in our hearts.

Producing Artistic Director + Lighting Designer:

Daniel Davisson

Props Designer:

Stacey Walston

Scenic Designer + Artist:

Tiana Torrilhon

Hair & Makeup Designer:

Sasha Wordlaw

Costume Designer:

Maci Hosler

Sound & Media Designer:

Kristen Peterson

Assistant to the Director / Stage Manager:

April Curtiss

Photographer Reg Madison

Reg is a Phoenix-based lifestyle, editorial and portrait photographer who has been capturing the raw beauty and soul of life professionally for over 8 years.  Her projects have taken her all over the US, and will soon lead her overseas for humanitarian and social justice photo essays. Her photography and writings have been featured in AZ Lifestyle Magazine, AZ Central, Phoenix New Times, Echo Magazine,  AZ Republic, Broadway World, Sacred Pregnancy Magazine, Sacred Medicine Woman, Stellar Day Magazine, CorePower Yoga, and more. She is currently in her second season as production, publicity, and special projects photographer with Phoenix Theatre and enjoys a resident photographer position with Davisson Entertainment, PHX Vegan Fest, Voir Media Group and Southwest Shakespeare Company. Special thanks to Davisson Entertainment for their ever-enthusiastic support and collaboration, as well as to her 5 little magic men: Blue, Dax, Xavier, Jett and Rhen. This, like everything, is for you.