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Jackie Camborde
Jackie Camborde

Jackie Camborde, Santa Fe, NM: Jackie has spent the majority of her career in the arts, mostly in fundraising and marketing. She is Director of Development for El Rancho de las Golondrinas, New Mexico's only Living History museum. In the past she has worked for the Lensic Performing Arts Center, Museum of New Mexico Foundation and the Santa Fe Opera. After 10 years in the nonprofit world, she opened a fitness studio and taught fitness and dance classes locally and throughout the United States. Upon graduating American University with a degree in Performing Arts, her first job was managing merchandise sales for the First National Tours of Les Miserables and Phantom of the Opera. Musical theater is her family’s passion – they plan vacations around which shows they want to see. Jackie lives in a big old farmhouse on three acres outside Santa Fe with her husband, two musical daughters and two cats.

Zoe Burke
Zoe Burke

Zoe (she/her) is an actress, director, intimacy choreographer, and theatre educator who lives in Santa Fe, NM with her husband and their four dogs. She is proud to use her writing to raise awareness of the amazing things happening in New Mexico theatre.