Cheyanne is a native Seattleite and Arts Administrator. Before joining Cafe Nordo in 2015, Cheyanne worked for Northwest Folklife Festival, One Reel, Bellevue Arts Fair, Bold Hat Productions and many other local events and festivals. When not working behind the scenes at Café Nordo, Cheyanne enjoys continuing to work and volunteer at events and festivals across the region and travels to Sundance Film Festival every year.
Christian is a good ole southern boy from the tabacco farms of North Carolina. He grew up spending most of his free time at the beach and really anything that had to do with being outside and getting dirty. Christian has a love of languages. Cooking and food is just another way to express how one is feeling. He truly believes food is the true language of love. Washington is one stop of many on my journey to learning more about the world and the many languages it speaks.
Angelo is a Freelance Lighting Designer around town, but is more than happy to call Cafe Nordo home. At Nordo Angelo is the Resident Lighting Designer and Master Electrician as well as Part-Time Production Manager. Angelo has been working with Nordo on and off since 2012 and joined the staff officially when the Culinarium opened up in 2015.
After years of attending Nordo as a fan and patron, Robin was ecstatic to join the team in 2018. A graduate in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts from the University of Washington, Robin has long been a passionate maker and supporter of all things Seattle art and artists. She is a founding member and Director of the Sister Kate Dance Company, Seattle's premiere vintage chorus girl dance troupe. When not helping to spread the love of all things Nordo, she can be found teaching and performing dance, or busy producing the next big Sister Kate jazz-era cabaret.
Dining Room Manager
Maddie Brantz is a Seattle transplant originally from Wyoming. She holds an AA in theater and dance from Casper College and a BFA in theater from Cornish College of the Arts. She began her journey with Nordo as an intern in 2017 and never left
Indira Justine is a California-grown, Seattle-based costumer and burlesque performer, as well as Cafe Nordo's bar manager and resident cocktail sorceress. Her mixological creations for Nordo's menus draw on classic cocktail craft as well as the creativity, novelty, and eccentricity inherent to experimental art and theater. When she isn't either lurking behind the bar or at cozied up at someone else's bar, she may be found playing dress up in thrift stores or eating spicy noodle dishes in bed with her cat, Mr. Edwin Beelzebub Mooneyes.
Dining Room Manager
Laura Dux is an actor and playwright originally from Mililani, Hawaii. She joined Cafe Nordo as an actor/server during the 2017 production of Lost Falls and has been hooked ever since. Outside of performing, she loves photography and has shot everything from weddings to headshots to a really great selfie.