Topher's relationship with SLAC began in 2012, when he played an ape-man in Kathleen Cahill's COURSE 86B. Since then he's worn many hats -- assisting with set construction, bartending at fundraisers, selling concessions, and working in the box office -- finally joining the core staff as a grant writer in 2019. He comes from a family of passionate Early Childhood Educators and spent 2 years working with young children in the domestic violence shelter at YWCA Utah.
As an actor at SLAC, he appeared in COURSE 86B IN THE CATALOGUE, R&J: STAR CROSS’D DEATHMATCH, HARBUR GATE, and FUN HOME, and has had the great fortune to help develop new plays through the New Play Sounding Series and Playwright’s Lab. Topher holds a BS in Integrated Studies with emphases in Theatre Arts & Psychology from Utah Valley University and is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association.