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David Casteal

David has performed to critical acclaim in such productions as Stop Kiss and National Pastime at Spokane Civic Theatre. Last year he traveled with the one man show, York, which he co-conceived with playwright Bryan Harnetiaux, and for which he earned the Critic’s Choice for Best Actor in 2005. David holds a PhD ... more »


Emily Cleveland

Emily Cleveland is beyond thrilled to be back at Spokane Civic Theatre to perform this amazing and challenging role! You may have seen her last playing Maria in The Sound of Music at The Modern Theater CDA. She recently spent a year in San Antonio performing for Fiesta Texas Entertainment as a soloist and girl swing in many different ... more »



Julia Keefe

Julia Keefe began her acting career as a student at Saint George’s School before continuing her education at Gonzaga Prep. She went on to earn her bachelors in jazz vocal performance from the University of Miami. Past credits include Rahmi (GUM), Beatrice (Much Ado About Nothing), and Madame Dubonnet (The Boy Friend). This is her Spokane ... more »


Lacey Olson

Lacey Olson has been performing on Civic’s stage for nearly 20 years. In 2011 she won AACTFest’s Outstanding Supporting Actress in the Nation award for her portrayal of Olive in The 25th Annual...Spelling Bee. Love to AnnieMax and Hannah, and to KDL for her unending support. She dedicates this performance to her ... more »


Shawn Michael Hunt

Shawn Michael Hunt joins us from Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre, where he made his last appearance as Scuttle in The Little Mermaid. A native to North Idaho, his favorite roles include Franz (Rock of Ages), Nicky (Avenue Q), and Enjolras (Les Misérables). He thanks his friends and family for ... more »



Anthony Joseph Mazzie

Anthony is excited to return to Spokane Civic Theatre’s Firth J. Chew Studio Theatre and thanks his family for their support.

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George Morrison

 is a 50-year veteran of stage and screen, as well as a novelist.  He invites you to download his recent novel, Crimson Liberty, for a Guys and Dolls patron’s special price of 99 cents.  It a theatrical production novel set in New Orleans.  Read it and review it.  Enjoy.


Jamie Sciarrio

Jamie, a teacher at Southside Christian School, is happy to return to Spokane Civic Theatre. Previous Civic appearances include Delightful in Dearly Departed. Passionate about introducing children to theatre, Jamie has directed for TAC and SCT, as well as stage managing Miracle Worker directed by Patty Duke at ... more »


John Michael Collins

John Michael  is delighted to be a part of this production and thanks Lance Babbitt and Spokane Civic Theatre for the opportunity and support. 

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Will Gilman

“Just make me look cool...” Will said when asked for what he wanted to have said about him. It’s a simple task. Will is a stand-up and improvisational comedian, an award-winning playwright, a podcaster, a filmmaker, an actor, and along with quarterback Jim McMahon; he led the Chicago Bears to victory in Superbowl ... more »


Joey Williams

Joey is excited to be part of this wonderful cast at Spokane Civic Theatre. He is a senior at Whitworth University studying theatre and art. Joey thanks his parents for their loving support, and his friends for their endless encouragement.

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Josephine Keefe

Josephine has aspired to work at Spokane Civic Theatre since beginning her pursuit of an acting career while a student at Gonzaga Prep. Josephine received her B.F.A with honors from The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago in 2007, where she received the Merle Reskin Scholarship for outstanding performance. Josephine’s ... more »


Kylie Jo Skellen

Kylie Jo is excited to be part of this wonderful production at Spokane Civic Theatre. She was last seen on the Whitworth University stage previously in The Drowsy Chaperone (Ensemble/Dance Captain), where she is currently the residing student hair and makeup designer. Kylie would like to thank her parents and friends for all of ... more »


Mary Jo Rudolph

Mary Jo sends huge thank yous to Keith and is honored being a part of bringing his unique amazing vision of this timely story to the audience. Giant shout outs to all the Cast, Keith, Jessica Loomer, Hazel Bean, and support staff for making this first Spokane Civic Theatre experience so wonderful!

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Phletha Hynes

Phletha is ecstatic to be making her Spokane Civic Theatre debut. She was recently seen in Play On! at Ignite! When not on stage, Phletha teaches drama at Bryant. She would like to thank Keith and Jessica for this amazing opportunity, and her husband, Mike, for his love and support!

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Rushele Herrmann

Rushele is excited to be a part of this wonderful cast. She was last seen on the Civic stage in Noises Off (Brooke). She was also seen in Civic's Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Cecile) and Ignite! Theater’s production Farce of Nature (Jenna) to name a few. She studied theater at Spokane ... more »


Ashley Cazier

Ashley is not native to Spokane, so this is her first play with Spokane Civic Theatre. She has, however, participated in theatre productions in Alaska and Maryland. Ashley extends her gratitude to her parents for their support, and to her cast for being so welcoming.

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Beth Lambert

Beth is currently a senior at Lewis and Clark High School. She loves to perform on stage and is excited to appear in her first Civic production. She would like to give a big shout out to her friends for their constant encouragement and to her parents for their unending support.

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