Graybill Partington is excited to share her love of Theatre while building community and creating fun. She is a rising sophomore at Northwestern University where she double majors in Theatre and Psychology. Raised in Pensacola, Florida (along the gulf coast), Graybill traded beaches for snow and enjoyed her first real winter at Northwestern. While growing up, she spent ten summers at an all-girl “sleep away” camp in the North Carolina mountains and credits her summer camp experiences as fostering creative problem-solving, self-reliance, and the ability to connect meaningfully with others. Known as the “organized artist,” Graybill will be teaching Theatre, helping to direct BLC shows, and collaborating to facilitate memorable productions. She has years of acting, costuming, and choreography experience and recently co-produced Northwestern’s One-Act Directors’ Festival and served as an Assistant Producer for Twelfth Night. Graybill performed in Seesaw Theatre’s spring show Dino-Mite Dig, an original children’s play designed to create a sensory-friendly and interactive experience for disabled audiences. When Graybill is not involved in a show, she helps lead The Happiness Club, providing welcome study breaks on her college campus, loves to read, dance, and explore Chicago. As a first year staff member, she is excited to join the BLC community, meet families, and support campers while creating wonderful memories throughout the summer!