Cassie Greer

Actor, Director, Voiceover, Theatre Educator

 Photo by Casey Campbell

Photo by Casey Campbell

as you like it or, love in a forest
by william shakespeare & charles johnson,
adapted by Cassie Greer

Director, Bag&Baggage Productions

"Greer also directs, and sometimes you wonder if she has brought this play to Hillsboro or if she has brought Hillsboro to this play. Either way, it works magically."

Oregon ArtsWatch


 Photo by Casey Campbell

Photo by Casey Campbell

Lotte Grimm's Cinderella: A story of sisterhood and magic
by renée zipp, in collaboration with tiffany rousseau, grant thackray, & carlee whalen

Director, Bag&Baggage Productions


 Photo by Casey Campbell

Photo by Casey Campbell

Death and the Maiden
by Ariel Dorfman

Director, Bag&Baggage Productions

"Greer and her team have delivered a powerful show that lingers long after the lights go out."

- Westside Theatre Reviews


 Photo by Casey Campbell

Photo by Casey Campbell

charles dickens writes 'a christmas carol'
based on the story by charles dickens,
adapted by Scott Palmer

Assistant Director/Music Director/Dialect Coach, Bag&Baggage Productions

"The witty, playful script in the hands of experienced B&B actors becomes a non-stop joy for the audience – something not to be missed."

- Westside Theatre Reviews


Photo by Casey Campbell

Parfumerie
by Miklos Laszlo, Adapted by E.P. Dowdall

Co-Director, Bag&Baggage Productions

"If it’s supposed to be natural, it fails. But if it’s supposed to be arch, which I’m pretty sure it is—it’s arch enough to hang mistletoe in and kiss smugly under."

- Oregon ArtsWatch


the Drowning Girls 
by Beth Graham, Daniela Vlaskalic, & Charlie Tomlinson

Assistant Director/Dialect Coach, Bag&Baggage Productions

"Go see it. It's weird, well-acted theater that will make you think..."

-The Oregonian

Photo by Casey Campbell


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Cinnamon and Cigarettes
by Jenny Newbry

Director, Salt and Sage/San Francisco Fringe Festival

“'Cinnamon & Cigarettes' is raw and honest, and, at its best, feels like a privileged glimpse into the souls of the people it portrays.

- PQ Monthly


the Crucible
by arthur miller

Assistant Director/Dialect Coach, Bag&Baggage Productions

"This Crucible is more than just a fine production, it is a powerful plea for tolerance and reason that is needed as much today as at any time in history."

- Westside Theatre Reviews

 Photo by Casey Campbell

Photo by Casey Campbell