Axiom Repertory Theatre is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our federal tax ID is 81-1278007

Our Purpose

​The purpose of Axiom Repertory Theatre is to create a nationally recognized, professionally oriented regional repertory theatrical enterprise based in Redding, CA.

 

We believe that doing so will:

  • Serve people and industry throughout the world

  • Create exciting employment and advancement opportunities

  • Offer the best in art, education, technology, entertainment and commerce

  • Create a significant positive financial impact for Redding and Shasta County in general, as well as other ancillary businesses along the I-5 corridor between San Francisco, CA, and Ashland, OR, that cater to and service the thousands of annual travelers seeking the finest in live theatrical entertainment.

Mission Statement

Axiom Repertory Theatre's mission is to produce exciting, professional-caliber theatrical experiences that:

  • Enrich via a diverse selection of artistic works that challenge as well as entertain

  • Educate through acting and technical training/apprenticeship opportunities

  • Empower through progressive inclusion of all people, worldwide

Executive Board

Our board is a collection of talented and dedicated professionals who combine a love for theatre with a desire to provide performers and the community with the highest theatrical and musical theatre standards and experience. This passion resonates in all we do, both in rehearsal and on stage!

Not pictured:

Che Stedman - Community Outreach

Tanya Stedman - Community Outreach

Other Staff:

Amy Dunn - Advertising Director

Caz Crozier - Media Director

Jocelyn Olson - Marketing Director

Ken Hill

CEO/Artistic Director

Ken is a 40 year veteran of the theatre and brings a vast degree of experience to the stage. He holds a Master of Arts in Theatre and Directing from San Francisco State University. Ken has taught and directed all ages and levels of theatre and as an educator, he strongly believes in the process and method of learning all aspects of the art form. He is known as "an actor's director" and succeeds in helping others find their own art, artistry and expression "on the boards."