Trevor Ellis, who plays the role of Aaron Schultz and is a member of the male ensemble, is so excited to be a part of this production of Legally Blonde. He is from Lacey, Washington, and currently attends Western Washington University, pursuing a degree in Theatre with Acting and Musical Theatre concentrations as well as a minor in Dance. Trevor has been very involved in the Theatre ever since seventh grade when he played Jack Vanderbilt, a silent, skater-type, in his school's rendition of Homeroom the musical. He has since played such roles as Evelyn in Anything Goes, Randolph in Bye Bye Birdie and plans to dedicate the rest of his life to the art.
Aside from Theatre, he has been very involved in music. From 5th to 12th grade, he played the violin in his schools' orchestras. His senior year of high school, he also acted as co-concertmaster of North Thurston High School's Symphonic Strings, concertmaster of the Chamber Orchestra, and served as President of the NTHS Orchestra. In college, Trevor has been intensely studying dance and acting in an attempt to become a more well-rounded performer. In addition to this, he has been honing his skills as a lighting designer on the side.
Education is extremely important to Trevor; he loves learning about new and interesting things and so he is soaking up every minute of college he can. As for the future, he has no immediate plans for where he wants to go but is open to whatever possibilities come his way.