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Cassie Coleman-Heppler

Cassie has been a volunteer since 2008. She has worked onstage, in Dixie Swim Club (Jeri Neal), and backstage in countless productions and shows. Most recently she created the headdresses for Gypsy. She enjoys making props as long as they don’t involve the use of glitter.

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Chelsea White
Chelsea has been studying voice with Andrea Dawson since she was 12 years old. She made her acting debut last March as Sam in the original screenplay Always during SCC'S annual Scenes of Life. This will be Chelsea's first production here at the Civic Theatre. more »

Daniel McKeever

Daniel is thrilled to be back on the Spokane Civic Theatre stage in this production of Kiss Me, Kate. Favorite theater credits include The Wild Party (Burrs), Rock of Ages (Lonny), Man of La Mancha (Cervantes), and God of Carnage (Alan Raleigh). He would like to thank his family and friends for ... more »

David J. Olson
David recently appeared in Thoroughly Modern Millie and last season's White Christmas, but has been performing his entire life. He would like to thank Marianne and Ben for this opportunity, and his best friend Mark for everything he has done. YeeHaw! more »

Ed Bryan

Ed and his wife have had the pleasure of attending Spokane Civic Theatre plays for over 40 years. He has been active as a performer at Civic for only about 6 years, but has been in theater productions around the Northwest for most of those 40 years. Jan, his wife of 53 years and a master quilter, was so excited about the fundraiser last ... more »

Emily Calasopa
Emily is thrilled to be in her first full main stage production! Favorite roles include: Lucy in Jekyll & Hyde, Sour Kangaroo in Seussical and Sonya in Godspell. Emily teaches private voice lessons and elementary school theatre in the area. She would like to thank Marianne, God, and her husband Clifford. Not necessarily in that order. more »

J.P. O'Shaugnesey
J.P. is a veteran Spokane stage and screen actor, having appeared most recently in The Sisters Rosensweig and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at Civic, The Miracle Worker at Interplayers and in the film "The Hit List" with Cuba Gooding, Jr. He also records books on CD. His favorite job is being a dad to his wonderful 11-year old daughter, ... more »

James Pendleton
James last appeared at Civic in South Pacific and in Hello, Dolly! Productions at SFCC include: Romeo & Juliet, The Importance of Being Earnest and Titus Andronicus, where he was nominated for an “Irene Ryan” acting scholarship more »

Janelle Frisque

Janelle has enjoyed wrangling this incredibly talented and fun group of guys. It’s been a very entertaining process. Janelle was last seen at Civic in Gypsy. Favorite shows include Amadeus, The Full Monty, W;t, and Little Shop of Horrors

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Julie I. Beeman
Julie is thrilled to be in this production. Her previous performances include: Fiddler on the Roof (Lake City Playhouse), Annie Get Your Gun (Spokane Civic Theater), The Sound of Music (Sunnyvale Community Players) and Fiddler on the Roof (Ohlone College). Julie is a member of the Northwest Opera Works. more »

Katherine Kennedy
Katherine is excited to begin her second show at Civic. Previous performances include: Annie Get Your Gun (Civic), Candide (EWU), Madame Butterfly, La Traviata, and Faust (Opera Coeur d’Alene) and Pagliacci (Spokane Opera). Ms. Kennedy received her BAE from Eastern Washington University and currently teaches elementary music and band in the ... more »

Lance Babbitt

Lance is happy to be back at Spokane Civic Theatre. His directing credits include Sordid Lives, Kiss Me Kate, Carousel, Music Man, and The 1940’s Radio Hour! Also known for his performances on stage, Lance recently performed in Disney’s The Little Mermaid at Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre and last ... more »

Larry Wooley


Larry is thrilled to work with his wonderful wife Tia and this exceptional cast and crew. Thanks to each and everyone who has come to watch this emotional thrill ride. Oh, and if you see me just say “hey” and I will know someone actually reads these bio’s. Enjoy our show!

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Lexie Hoffpauir
Lexi is thrilled to be in her third production at Spokane Civic Theatre. She has also performed in White Christmas, Annie Get Your Gun and as Tina Denmark in Ruthless! at EWU. She dedicates her performance to her awesome roommate Sara, and to her mom, who is her gift from God. more »

Liberty Brewster
Liberty is newly married and proud to be performing in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas for the 2nd time, having played the role of Beatrice in Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre's production of BLWIT several years ago. Her most recent performance at Civic was as Shelby Thorpe in The Spitfire Grill, for which she was nominated for a Spokie Award. more »

Lindsay Johns
Lindsay started dancing at the age of four in ballet classes. She continued with ballet, jazz, hip hop and modern dance throughout high school at Olympic Ballet School in Edmonds, WA. After graduation, she continued her dance education at Cornish College of Arts in Seattle. She graduated Cum Laude in 2008 with a BFA in dance. Since then, Lindsay ... more »

Marianne McLaughlin

Marianne earned her BFA in Theatre at EWU. As a Regional director and actor, she most recently directed The Producers for Civic and An Infinite Ache for Interplayers and appeared as Amanda in The Glass Menagerie at The Modern Theater Spokane and as Mama Rose in Gypsy at Civic. She has received multiple ... more »

Mark Hartley
Mark has taught for the last 18 years at St. John Vianney in Spokane Valley. He has been in several Civic Theater productions including 1776, Anne Get Your Gun as Pawnee Bill and Guys and Dolls. He has also performed in plays ranging from Oklahoma, Fiddler on the Roof and Jesus Christ Superstar. One of the things he enjoys the most is the Improv ... more »

Mathias Oliver

Mathias started acting at age five in the Best of Broadway production of Ragtime in 2000. Additional shows include: Civics’ Scrooge, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat, Freddy the Fish in Thumbelina at Theatre Arts for Children and Beauty and the Beast at University High School, where he is now cast in their school ... more »

Michel Nelson
Michel is excited to return to the Civic after a two year absence. Apparently the twelve step program doesn't work for actor types. Previous productions include: The Diary of Anne Frank, A Christmas Carol, All My Sons, and Laughing Stock. When not stalking the stage, Michel golfs, cycles, travels the west coast with his wife, and ace navigator, ... more »

Michelle Philbin
Michelle is thrilled to return to the Civic stage after playing Georgie in The Full Monty and Suzanne in Don’t Dress for Dinner last season. She would like to thank the cast and crew for all their hard work and her family and friends for their continued support. Yeehaw! more »

Penny Lucas

Panny has been active in community theatre since 1998. This is her 10th main stage play at Spokane Civic Theatre. She was most recently seen in This Almost Joy, the People’s Choice winner at the 2014 Playwright’s Forum Festival. She holds two secretarial jobs and directs a church hand chime choir.

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Phedre Burney-Peters

is happy to be back on the (Studio) stage, with this fantastic cast! Previous shows include: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Bingo, Annie, and Suds (Spokane Civic Theatre), The (Female) Odd Couple (Ignite!), Let’s Murder Marsha and Monster’s Anonymous (Empire ... more »

Scott Doughty

Scott is excited to return to Civic. Currently, he is performance faculty and technical director at SFCC Department of Drama. Over the past ten years, Scott has had the privilege of working with New York’s Ensemble Studio Theatre, ID Theatre (through the Seven Devils’ Playwriting Conference), Actor’s Repertory Theatre of the ... more »

Scott Miller

Scott is appearing in the Studio Theatre for the first time. He has however, been seen on the Main Stage in Escanaba in the Moonlight, Don't Dress for Dinner, and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.  Scott would like to thank all of his close friends who show their support by coming to see his performances, and especially his wife ... more »

Tabitha Revis
Tabitha is thrilled to be on Civic's Mainstage for the first time. She was recently seen at Lake City Playhouse in Sleeping Beauty and Into The Woods. In addition to Blue Room Improv for three years, she has also performed ballet, jazz, Celtic, belly dance and theatre through out high school. Tabitha will be attending NY Film Academy in ... more »

Tami Rotchford

Shortly after moving to Spokane in 1989, Tami appeared in Spokane Civic Theatre’s Studio Theatre production of Equus as Jill. She has also performed at many other area theatres over the past 26 years. Favorite Civic shows include Johnny Bull, As Bees In Honey Drown, The Baltimore Waltz, and String ... more »

Ted Redman

Ted is looking forward to again performing and bringing new plays from regional playwrights to Spokane's theatre patrons. A retired Air Force Intelligence Officer, he has appeared frequently with Civic, both on the Main Stage and in the Studio Theatre. Thanks for coming and enjoy the show!

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Wendy Klaue
Wendy hails from a long line of musical family, extending all the way from the Grand Ole Opry to the Civic stage. She thanks Marianne for inviting her along, as well as the great cast and crew for their amazing commitment and talent. more »

Ariel Winegar
Ariel is appearing in her first show at Civic, but not her first show. Last year she moved to Spokane from her hometown of Ellensburg, where she did Beauty and the Beast, Cases of Mistaken Identity and Orphan Train Riders. She is happy to discover community theater and have her Civic debut. more »

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  December 2017

Coming Up

A Christmas Story, The Musical

November 17 – December 17, 2017
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Holiday Hijinks

December 8 - 16, 2017
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Miracle on 34th Street, A Radio Play

December 22 - 23, 2017
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Cactus Flower

January 12 – 28, 2018
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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

January 19 – February 11, 2018
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