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Madison Taylor

Madison has been part of three shows with Spokane Civic Theatre. She has previously worked on: Little Women (dresser), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (crew), and Kiss Me, Kate (wardrobe mistress). She was also the costume design assistant for Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Play at Gonzaga University. ... more »


Marlee Andrews

Marlee is thrilled to be back on the stage at Spokane Civic Theatre. She holds a BA in Theatre from EWU. Recent roles: Man of La Mancha (Aldonza), 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Olive), Rock of Ages (Ensemble) at the Modern Theater, and Kiss Me Kate (Ensemble) here at Civic. She thanks everyone ... more »


Owen Ewashko

Owen has several shows under his belt. He’s done crew on two of the four shows he was part of in Priest River. Owen had a minor role in the other two. As to why he does it, he has always had a passion for the performing arts. Thank you for supporting the arts, and enjoy the show!

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Rebecca Lokker

Rebeccais looking forward to her second show with Spokane Civic Theatre, especially with all of the magnificent dancing! It is truly an amazing opportunity to participate in the creation of this beautiful piece.

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Sarah Rogers

Originally from Indiana, Sarah relocated to the Pacific Northwest in 2016 and is excited to be performing in her first show for Spokane Civic Theatre. She has performed various roles in both civic and regional theatres in the Midwest and hopes to continue building her skills and experiences, as well as lasting relationships, with the ... more »


Andre' Cossette

Since his acting debut in middle school, André has yearned to take the stage again in a Shakespearean play. He would like to thank his family, friends, fellow teachers, students and community at Gonzaga Prep for encouraging him to make his dream a reality.

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Dana Sammond

Dana is thrilled to be returning to Spokane Civic Theatre in this wonderful production! She was last seen at the Civic in the Studio Theatre production of The Taming of the Shrew as Katherina. Many thanks to Lenny, the awesome cast and crew, and her always-supportive family.

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Eliot Drushella

Eli is thrilled to be on the Spokane Civic Theatre stage for the first time. Previous plays include The Misanthrope (Alceste), Flowers for Algernon (Charlie) and Pocatello (Eddie). He would like to thank his family, his mentors and friends at EWU, and Dennis Pham for all their wonderful support.

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Justin McNiff

Justin is excited for his debut at Spokane Civic Theatre. Seven years ago, he arrived in Spokane from St. Louis, Missouri and this is his first on stage role since. Back in St. Louis he was in Buried Child (Bradley), A Christmas Carol (Ebenezer Scrooge), and other roles. Five years ago he started doing stand up comedy, ... more »


Matt Cardoza

Matt is delighted to return to the stage after 25 years. A Tech Director at local digital advertising agency ‘Seven2 Interactive’ for over a decade and father to two teenage boys, Matt has accrued a wealth of grumpiness he is eager to spend in tonight’s portrayal of Gremio.

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Seneca Smith

Seneca was fashioned in the wild and wondrous streets of New Jersey, Google: #SkiLLisOneArts, explore
me. Proficient in the arts, varying from A to Z, Instagram search: #SkiLLisOneArts, enjoy a glimpse of me. Trained in the heavens while sailing the seven seas, FaceBook search: ... more »


Skyler Moeder

Skyler is very excited to be part of this production. She has had the opportunity to do other shows at Eastern Washington University including: A Man of No Importance, Flowers for Algernon, Love’s Labour’s Lost: The Musical, and Avenue Q. Thank you to the wonderful cast and director!

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Tricia Petrinovich

Tricia is ecstatic for her first Spokane Civic Theatre production, reprising her participation in The Taming of the Shrew from a time nearer to its original airing. Favorite recent roles were The Addams Family (Morticia) and Singin’ in the Rain (Lena Lamont). She thanks the director for the opportunity, her ... more »


Audrie Pursch

Audrie is ecstatic to portray Dotty in Noises Off and is very grateful to William Marlowe. “He’s a brilliant director and Dotty is a charming comedic challenge that I wouldn’t have conquered without his belief in me!” Audrie dedicates all her sweat and tears to her family and best friend, Arthur.

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Ian Ibanez

Ian has been studying audio for a few years and is extremely excited to have the opportunity to work with this talented cast. This is his first appearance outside of the Spokane Falls Community College Spartan Theatre.

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Jack Fogarty

Jack has been acting for ten years and is so excited to find a theatre home in Spokane. This is his second Spokane Civic Theatre play, after being in Noises Off in the spring. He is so grateful to his family and friends for their love and support for everything he does.

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Jordan Davidson

Jordan is part of the ‘behind the scenes’ team for the first time. He has thoroughly enjoyed watching shows in the past and wanted to help make the magic happen. He is very thankful for the opportunity and hopes everyone likes the show!

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Kiara White

Kiara excited to be working on her second show at Spokane Civic Theatre. Kiara is an AFA student at Spokane Falls Community College. She is thrilled to be part of this creative cast and crew and hopes you enjoy the show.

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Laticia Brannon

Laticia is happy to be making her Spokane Civic Theatre Main Stage debut with a good old fashioned comedy. Her more somber roles have included killing a child in A Turn of the Screw, attempted killing of a child in Bad Seed, and getting booed off the stage by America on America’s Got Talent. She sends ... more »


Rebecca Craven

Rebecca started performing at the age of 13. She took a sabbatical to raise her family and now is back working on her AFA at Spokane Falls Community College. Among her favorite past shows are Guys and Dolls (Adelaide), Noises Off (Vicki/Brooke), Into the Woods (Rapunzel), and Sweeney Todd (Johanna).

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Sara Edlin-Marlowe

Sara came to Spokane and taught at Gonzaga before she moved onto KPBX, where she served as Morning Edition host. Returning to teaching, she worked in Applied Education at Spokane Community College and in 2000 moved to Spokane Falls Community College where she has been ever since: teaching drama and communication classes, plus directing ... more »


Shakyla Hacker

Shakyla is working on her first show in almost a year and she is ecstatic! Shakyla is more than happy to be managing the props for such a fun show, and hopes you enjoy this knee-slapping comedy.

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Adell Whitehead

Adell, a veteran, has appeared in many productions. To name a few: For Colored Girls Who Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf, National Pastime, Having Our Say, A Raisin in the Sun, and Holding On~Letting Go. Adell attends Holy Temple COGIC. She sends a “shout out” to her husband William.

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Chris Jensen

Chris studied acting at Michigan State, worked as a theater critic in San Francisco, and spent last year teaching English in Istanbul. Recent stage credits include Equus and A Piece of My Heart at Stage Left and All Is Calm at the Modern. This is his Spokane Civic Theatre debut.

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Elizabeth (Liz) McAlpine

Liz a veteran director, stage manager and actress, has performed in many productions in Spokane. Some of her many credits include, National Pastime, Having Our Say, and The Miracle Worker. Ms. Liz attends Holy Temple COGIC, and sings with the Spokane Community Gospel Mass Choir. She enjoys anything purple.

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Jack Delehanty

Jack has directed nearly 120 productions over the past 40 plus years. He has acted and directed at the community, educational and professional levels. His work at Spokane Civic Theatre includes productions of Death of a Salesman, Cripple of Inishmaan, and National Pastime. He was happy to serve as Interim Artistic ... more »


Abbey Crawford

Abbey is thrilled to be back at Spokane Civic Theatre! Abbey is a director, actress, award winning vocalist and the region’s only trained cabaret singer. Other favorite Sondheim roles she’s portrayed; The Witch (Into The Woods) and Mrs. Lovett (Sweeney Todd). Her favorite role, however, is that of Mama to ... more »


Alex Barclay

Alex returns to Spokane Civic Theater stage for the first time since his role as Amahl in Amahl and the Night Visitors over thirty years ago. More recently he was the voice of Audry 2 in Ignite! Community Theater’s production of Little Shop of Horrors. Alex is thankful to be a part of such a gifted cast and crew. He ... more »


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