Kelsey Milbourn

Kelsey Milbourn is a native of Overland Park, Kansas. She got her BFA in Musical Theatre and an independent study in Modern Dance at TCU. She has choreographed many productions professionally including West Side Story, Crazy For You, Urinetown, Shrek, and The Drowsy Chaperone. Kelsey has been teaching dance private lessons for a couple of years for TCU students, having taught dance since she was 14 at the studio her mother runs back in Kansas City for a national youth theatre.

Winston Daniels

Winston Daniels, a Corpus Christi native, has been “Walking Tall” with Amphibian Stage Productions for almost 5 years now. He has trained with companies such as The Carpetbag Brigade, and The Rumpus Room in Mazomanie, Wisconsin. Winston began his career in stilts while still attending The University of Texas at Arlington, and since then, he has taken his knowledge into many schools in the Fort Worth area. Winston’s hope for the program is to create a dedicated troupe of performers/entertainers that travel to perform in different cities and states!

Melanie Lara

Melanie Lara, CPA is the accountant for Amphibian Stage Productions and owner of a consulting firm focused on not-for-profit entities and small businesses. An alumni of the University of Texas at Arlington, she began her accounting career in 2003 and has spent a majority of those years enhancing her not-for-profit background. Melanie has significant experience in transitioning and rebuilding accounting departments in both for-profit and not-for-profit environments.

Amphibian Stage Productions Features Tad-Poles Showcase of Student and Professional Stilt Walkers

For Immediate Release

Fort Worth, TX (December 8, 2016)—Amphibian Stage Productions is proud to present an end-of-year Tad-Poles performance showcase, featuring young student and professional stilt walkers. The showcase is culmination of classes offered at Amphibian every Saturday, and it will take place on Saturday, December 17th at 2:30 PM at the Berlene T. and Jarrell R. Milburn Theatre at Amphibian Stage Productions. The performance is family friendly, and children are encouraged to attend.

Seancolin Hankins

Seancolin recently joined the Amphibian team. His design credits include Isaac's Eye for Amphibian Stage Productions, Henry V, An Oresteia, Julius Caesar, and Another Part of the Forest at Rutger’s University; Antigone and Some Canterbury Tales at King’s College; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at Brookdale Performing Arts Center; and Quiet Cowboy at The Mellow Theatre/Gaslight Theatre Co.

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