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Bryan is from Colorado Springs, CO.  He started acting when he was in Kindergarten, playing the Prince in a school production of Cinderella.  The stage has been his passion ever since, and he is thrilled to be part of Conundrum.  


Bryan received his BA in Theatre Directing from the University of Northern Colorado.  He currently works as the School Age Director for the Burbank Community YMCA.


Bryan has been a part of numerous productions, both on and off stage.  He recently portrayed Max Detweiler in The Sound of Music. Some other acting credits include You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Charlie Brown), Fuddy Meers (Kenny), and Grand Hotel.  He has also directed A Company of Wayward Saints, Bringing It All Back Home, Love Letters, and The Sound Of Music.


When he has free time, Bryan likes to play the piano, read, and watch Disney animated movies.

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Program and operations director

Matthew Namik is an actor and director based in LA, and is proud to be on Conundrum's Theatrical Exploration Committee and to have the ability to assist in bringing these new plays to life. His previous work with Conundrum includes Seussical (AD), She Loves Me (AD), and Cabaret (Bobby/KitKat). Some of his other favorite roles have been George Gibbs (Our Town), and Jedidiah Schultz (Laramie Project).


fiona burrows (she/her)

Marketing and administration assistant

Fiona is a theatre administrator, director, actor, and educator based in Los Angeles who is passionate about creating opportunities for all to enjoy and practice art! They have previously worked in theatre marketing at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 42nd Street Moon, and numerous executive boards.

Fiona has a B.A. in Theatre Studies and a B.A. in Communication Studies from Chapman University. Directing credits include the sold out run of "Urinetown" with Conundrum and “Horse Girls”, “Romeo & Juliet”, and assistant directing “Native Gardens” at Chapman University. Selected acting credits include “She Kills Monsters” (Tilly, Long Beach Playhouse), “Fancy Nancy” (Rhonda, Chance Theater), an original devised production: “Standing Proud: A Collection Of Our Asian Voices” (Co. writer/actor, Chapman University), and "Into The Woods" (The Witch, The Peter Pan Foundation).

Fiona believes that the arts have the power to create change, empower individuals, and grow community. They are excited to help Conundrum develop an environment for artists to thrive.

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