Co-Artistic Director / Technical Director
Roles: Production Designer / Instructor / Dramaturge / Development / Fundraising
Megg Sicotte-Kelly has lived in the beautiful Ojai Valley for over four years. Before relocating to Ojai, she worked in television production and technical theater in L.A. and New York. She began training in theater when she was eight years old, and graduated with a B.A. in Film and Digital Media from U.C. Santa Cruz. After graduating she spent several years working for MPH Entertainment on shows including "The Dog Whisperer" and "Mommy Docs". She went on to work for Warner Bros in their Estimating/Accounting Department, and eventually moved to New
York to work on "Gossip Girl" at Silvercup Studios. While she was in New York she rediscovered her love of theater and studied at HB Studios. After moving back to the West coast, she returned to theater as a freelance designer. Some of her favorite experiences include heading the wardrobe department for the "L.A. Haunted Hayride", working with director John C. Reilly as the costume designer for his production of "Buddha: Triumph and Tragedy", and creating a workshop for the Getty Villa's "Aphrodite and the Gods of Love" festival. Since moving to Ojai she has been continued to be active in the arts. She taught fine art at Janis' Art Workshop, performed at Ojai ACT in shows such as "Grease" and "By the Skin of Our Teeth," and worked as a set painter on shows including "The Sound of Music" and "Brooklyn Boy." She joined OYES in 2013, and has been involved in 16 productions. In that time she has worn many hats--including Technical Director, Theater Manager, Production Manager, teacher, director, and designer.