In the fall of 2016, as the presidential election loomed, Maggie Regier had a creative project due – with little to no guidelines. Frustrated with the lack of opportunity she had witnessed as a young actress and storyteller, she decided the best way to change those opportunities was to make them for herself and her fellow womxn. She designed her dream company in the hopes of building a great team and producing meaningful work.
On election night 2016, her goals took a slight shift. Lauren Gunderson announced the Inauguration Day Project and she found a group of womxn to put up a staged reading of The Taming to raise money for the Rape Recovery Center and provide solace on the day Tr*mp was sworn into office. In the spring of 2017 she put up a staged reading of Natural Shocks on the anniversary of the Columbine shooting to raise funds for Everytown for Gun Safety and awareness about domestic violence.
She continues Pussycat (along with a kick ass team) with the intention of producing important work that gives womxn a space they do not have to fight for.
Please join us in shattering the glass ceiling, one story at a time.
Meet the Team
Maggie Regier, Executive Director.
Maggie (she/her/hers) is the Executive Director and Founder of Pussycat Productions. As a lifelong feminist and arts advocate, she found producing intersectional feminist theatre to be a perfect fit with her interests. Read more about her at www.maggieregier.com
Emma Thompson, Managing Director
Emma (she/her/hers) is a stage manager, intimacy choreographer, and volunteer coordinator for the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival. You can read more about her at https://emmaoliviathompson.wixsite.com/portfolio
Camerson Welch, Resident Photographer
Cameron (they/them/theirs) has been a photographer for about 5 years, working in natural/landscape, portrait, family, sport, movement, and theatre performance settings. They have photographed for Westminster College Dance, Pussycat Productions, Westminster Theatre Society, Sasquatch Theatre Company, and more. They hope to continue photography in the future along with a career in Movement Therapy and/or teaching .