The Masked Actor Cast

Mira Goins

Mira is incredibly excited to be working with Woodinville Repertory Theatre! Previously, she was seen as a Model in Washington Ensemble Theater’s Everything You Touch, and UW Drama’s Three Sisters (Irina Prozorov), Romeo and Jules (Mercutio), and Monstrosity (Charlie).

Mira is a recent graduate of the University of Washington with a BA degree in Dramatic Performance. To everyone involved with this production, thank you for being immensely talented and passionate individuals.

Mark Fox

Mark Fox is a Seattle-based actor who performed in the Woodinville Rep’s 2018 production of The Foreigner. He received his training at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. Mark is most attracted to projects that aim to challenge, inspire, and connect the communities they serve. He firmly believes in the power of theatre to teach and heal, and strives to find ways to put this art to work.

He would like to extend his heartfelt gratitude to everyone who supports the crucial, enriching work of the arts, especially now, as we forge ahead, experimenting with new ways of presenting our shared humanity through story.

Monique Aldred

Monique Aldred is an actor and singer. Her credits include Pygmalion, The Originals, Witch Prison, A Very Die Hard Christmas, and Avenue Q. She has performed in multiple staged readings including The Shape of Trust, produced by the City of Seattle’s Race & Social Justice Initiative and directed by Sara Porkalob, and The Clinic, a Planned Parenthood fundraiser directed by Aviona Rodriguez-Brown. Monique has also been a member of the Seattle Ladies Choir since 2012. In her spare time, she enjoys playing pub trivia, and her capacity for memorizing random facts was finally rewarded when she competed as a contestant on Jeopardy! in 2014.

Emma Wilkinson

Emma Wilkinson is a Seattle actor who appeared in the Woodinville Rep’s 2019 production of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap. She has also appeared in shows at Theater Schmeater, Annex Theatre, Fantastic.Z, Play Your* Part, and GreenStage. She was a finalist in the 2018 BroadwayWorld Seattle Awards for her performance as Greer in Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England at the Fantastic.Z. She was seen at the Gig Harbor Film Festival for the selected short Reservations & Chill (Littlefoot Shorts Challenge 2018) and the 48 Hour Film Horror Project for Death Divas (Allegiance Entertainment, 2019). She is moved by all things comedy, both classic and contemporary. Favorite roles include Dorine in Moliere’s Tartuffe, Gertrude in Steve Martin’s adaptation of The Underpants, and Dr. James Richmond & The Duchess in The Drag by Mae West. She holds a BA in Drama Performance from Seattle University

Daniel Rhovan

Daniel Rhovan graduated with a degree in Theatre Arts from Eastern Oregon University in 2015. He has been featured in many film and theatre productions in the Portland area, most recently in the all-puppet horror movie Frank & Zed, Beaverton Civic Theater’s The 39 Steps and Beauty and the Beast, the Fertile Grounds Festival featured show The Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Socialism, and as a core cast member of ongoing radio show The Tesla City Stories. He currently teaches theater through Northwest Children’s Theater & School, and entertains kids with puppetry and superhero costumes through Dragon Theater.

In his spare time, Daniel enjoys LARPing and playing D&D. His proudest achievement is learning to clap with one hand.

Daniel credits his friends, family and teachers for their unwavering support, and would like to thank audiences everywhere for continuing to support creative connections through the performing arts. 

Angeline Nguyen

Angeline Nguyen is excited to be in her first production with the Woodinville Rep. While most of her performances have been improvised with Gonzaga University Theatre Sports (GUTS), she has also performed in scripted productions at the university, including The Last Days of Judas Iscariot and Lysistrata. Angeline also appeared in productions at Ignite Community Theatre (The Duel and Last Chance for Love). Last school year, she directed (until their production was halted by the pandemic) The Lion King KIDS at Olympic Hills Elementary School in Seattle where she provides family support, builds community partnerships, and teaches reading groups as the School Relations Assistant. Angeline plans to continue pursuing theatre opportunities, and she hopes she and her students will be able to safely return to the stage soon.

Julia Mounce

Julia Mounce is thrilled to be one of the Masked Actors at the Woodinville Rep!  She received her theatre training at Seattle Pacific University in 2018 and was featured in Jane Eyre, Into the Woods, and As It Is In Heaven.  In addition to appearing in award-winning short films, she has done theatre with Brown Soul Productions and Mukilteo Presbyterian Church. She led educational summer camps for ages 5-8 through Seattle Children’s Theatre and Greenstage.  She also works as a certified teacher for the Mukilteo School District!  In her free time, she enjoys studying dance, playing basketball, journaling, engineering, and watching 90s action flicks. 

MJ Daly

MJ Daly is incredibly excited to return to the Woodinville Rep! Last fall, she appeared as Puck in the Rep’s virtual production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Over the years, she has attended the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region 7 and participated in the Irene Ryan’s and MTSAs. In 2019, she advanced to the Irene Ryan finals, and won the MTSA Region 7 to attend the National Festival as one of their musical theatre fellows. Most recently, she has been working with Samuel Lancaster Productions in Boston on a virtual production of Now Circa Then. She hopes you enjoy this unique production and can’t wait to see you back in theatres soon!