Board of Directors
Currently employed by Community Food Co-op in the outreach department in Bellingham, Washington. Karl is active in community building with a focus on education and the promotion of a sustainable economy. Founder of Nobody's Fools juggling troupe, former General Manager for NOTC, and touring member since 1990. Karl has organized, promoted, and produced annual regional shows in the Puget Sound area of Washington State. He serves as a workshop presenter on tour and a year-round performer. His alter-ego, Carlo Noodlini, assists him in his performances. Karl studied and received a Bachelor of Arts in Human Ecology from Fairhaven College, Western Washington University. Karl resides on a one acre urban farmstead in Bellingham, WA with his wife Robyn, son Jeremiah, and several extended family members.
Founding member of The Flying Karamazov Brothers and the New Old Time Chautauqua. Paul has been a touring member of NOTC since its inception. In addition to his roles as show emcee, performer, band member, and workshop leader, Paul helps coordinate the details of both the tour and regional shows.
The author of nine theatre plays, four screenplays, and a teleplay.
He has received an Emmy and an OBIE Award, and has been nominated for a London Olivier and an Ovation Award.
As a member of the Flying Karamazov Brothers he has been on Broadway six times and appeared on stages throughout Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East.
Costarred in 20th Century Fox's "The Jewel of the Nile"
Appeared on many TV and talk shows including "Seinfeld", "Ellen", "The Today Show" to "The Tonight Show".
Anne joined the Chautauqua board in the spring of 2010 after coordinating workshops on the Aqua Chautauqua 2 tour. She is inspired by the mission of NOTC and sees great potential for further developing its role as a service organization. Anne is the owner and designer for the Endless Knot boutique in Seattle. She is a past member of the board of the Backbone Campaign, a progressive arts and activism organization based on Vashon Island, WA.
Matthew "Poki" McCorkle is a newer member of the NOTC Board. He is a circus artist, director, teacher, and all-around mover & shaker. Poki presents his work at The Oregon Country Fair, Moisture Festival, Sh'bang Festival, German variety dinner shows, Clowns Without Borders, Fringe Theatre Festivals far and wide, and of course, The New Old Time Chautauqua! Poki is an owner, resident and former board member at the Lookout Arts Quarry, a festival site and center for the arts in Bellingham, WA.