Wesley Frugé has a diverse background that has recently brought him to Seattle after living in NYC for 8 years. In NYC he co-founded and served as Artistic Director for Forward Flux Productions, a company devoted to connecting people with art in unexpected ways. With Forward Flux he conceived, wrote, and directed the FringeNYC 2012 hit play FriendAndy.com (“Best of FringeNYC” – Indie Theatre Now); conceived and developed collaborate:create, a program that brings artists together across disciplines to create new, unfiltered works in 3-weeks that center on one socially relevant theme; and produced the world premier play Robot Songs (starring Spencer Plachy, directed by Patrick Pearson). Elsewhere, Wesley has assistant directed Silence at Stages Repertory Theatre in Houston, worked as a teaching artist for the Alley Theatre, and directed Godspell and assistant directed Smokey Joe’s Café (KCACTF runner-up) at SHSU. He also created and starred in the original webseries “The Privileged (POOR) Life of Wesley.” In addition, Wesley has performed on stage around the country; select credits include: “Ryan” in High School Musical (Jenny Wiley Theatre), “Action” in West Side Story (Little Theatre on the Square), “Henry” in Red Badge of Courage (Main Street Theatre), Guys & Dolls (Prather Entertainment Group), A Christmas Carol (National Tour), and Neither Heaven Nor Earth (Off-Broadway). He holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Sam Houston State University.