TCNWA's Board of Directors is the governing body, ensuring the organization's artistic vitality and ongoing fiscal health.
All Board members serve voluntarily as decision-makers and public ambassadors for the company.

Stephanie Whitcomb,

Stephanie is a Fayetteville native and has been active in the NWA theatre community since 1995. She acted in many productions at the Arts Center of the Ozarks as a youth and went on to study theatre at Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, AR. At Tech, she studied all aspects of theatre and performed in almost every production. She was the paint charge for the ATU theatre program during her junior and senior years. She also has professional acting credits at Murry's Dinner Playhouse in Little Rock. Stephanie is currently a hair stylist in Fayetteville and assists with hair and makeup in addition to being on stage at APT. She has most recently performed in "Something Rotten," "Meteor Shower," "Disaster!," and "Almost, Maine." 

Juliette Robinson, Vice President

Juliette is from Rogers, Arkansas, and is a specialist at the University of Arkansas Special Collections Library. She has performed at APT as Marie Antionette in "The Revolutionists," Mrs. Gibbs in "Our Town," Louise Heindbedder in "Fox on the Fairway," and Mimi Merelli in "A Comedy of Tenors." She most recently performed with the Smokehouse Players in "Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" as Honey. She enjoys reading, knitting, traveling, and crafting creatures out of play dough with her two-year-old daughter. 

Sarah Doyle,

Sarah originally hails from Green Bay, Wisconsin, but has called Northwest Arkansas home now for the past two years. In Green Bay, Sarah was involved in community theatre and regional theatre troupes: performing on stage, directing, working backstage, and serving on a theatre board. She made her NWA debut as Mrs. Paroo in APT's 2022 production of "The Music Man" and can't wait to become more involved in the greater theatre community.

Rachel Mills,

Rachel is originally from central Arkansas but has called Fayetteville home for 13 years. She has performed in several productions, including "God's Favorite," "Grease," "A Midsummer Night's Dream," "West Side Story," and "Legally Blonde." She was most recently seen onstage at APT in "Avenue Q" and "The Revolutionists." Rachel holds an MBA from the University of Arkansas and is the Ticketing & CRM Director at TheatreSquared in Fayetteville. 

Lexie Edmunds, Member-At-Large

Lexie resides in Lowell, AR, and has been involved in theatre since she can remember, competing in puppetry, acting, singing, dancing, and being in about 20 musicals. Being involved onstage and off, she has developed great connections with others passionate about the arts. Lexie is the lead morning teacher at The Little Gym of North Fayetteville. Lexie has shared the stage with her husband and two sons while keeping their seven pets alive. 

Board members are elected by the membership of TCNWA and serve two-year terms commencing on the election date. Members can be reelected to their roles in perpetuity. 

If you have questions or want to learn more about serving on the Board of Directors, please email