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Jeanette Brenner

Jeanette Brenner started with Spokane Civic Theatre about 9 years ago.  She would like to thank Civic for honoring her with the Dorothy Darby Smith Volunteer of the year award.  Jeanette always welcomes the challenge that each production brings.  When not at the theater you can find Jeanette at Alicia's Salon on 25th or ... more »


Laticia Widman
Laticia is uber-thrilled to be in her first Civic production. This is her first show in the area after moving from Los Angeles where her favorite performances include Bad Seed, Dracula, and appearing on America’s Got Talent. “Thanks to my precious family for your kind counsel and loving support.” Psalm 40:1-5 more »

Maureen Purdy

Maureen has done everything: kid-wrangling, makeup, props, sound, chorus, dresser, producer, and lights. She especially enjoyed working with the late Patty Duke in The Glass Menagerie and Jack Bannon in Our Town. She thanks the terrific staff and volunteers at Spokane Civic Theatre.

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Susan Hardie

Susan has directed or appeared in scores of productions throughout Spokane. Directing projects include Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Fiction, and 2013 AACT State Festival winner The Turn of the Screw at Spokane Civic Theatre, and ‘Night Mother at The Modern Cd’A. Performances include roles in The ... more »


Toni Cummins

Toni has been associated with Spokane Civic Theatre in a many capacities for a number of years and was delighted to share in a bit of the magic that the talented cast and committed creative team now present for your enjoyment.

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Amy Schoedel
Amy is very pleased to be a part of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Previously, at the Civic Theatre, she enjoyed performing in Godspell and Assassins. Recently, she was also seen in Lake City Playhouse's Urinetown and Jekyll & Hyde. Thanks to Jim, her friends, and family for always supporting her love of theatre. more »

Andrea Olsen

Andrea Dawson Olsen (Fantine) recently married to Drew Olsen, has been involved in numerous theatre productions in the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area. During the day she teaches voice at North Idaho College and Holy Names Music Center. She is thrilled to be a part of this production!

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Dalin Tipton
Dalin made his Civic debut last season in Metamorphoses. He has also appeared in North Central’s production of Big River as Huck, and received the Firth Avenue Award for lead actor. more »

David McCarthy

Last time Kathie directed David was in 2001’s Pinocchio. David is grateful for the support of his girlfriend, and everyone that has watched him grow as a performer at Civic throughout the years. Favorite Civic roles include Fred Anderson in A Christmas Carol, Professor Plum Clue the Musical, and Grantaire Les Misérables.

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Evan Achten

Evan Achten (Set Crew) is a 13-year-old who fell in love with theatre when he was only six.  He was last seen in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat as Benjamin and as Jim Hawkins in Treasure Island. This is his second time working spotlight. He thanks Tia for suggesting him for the show, and his amazing family for their ... more »


Kelsey Weddle

Kelsey is thrilled to be in her 4th production at Spokane Civic Theatre! She credits her love of music, art and performing to her Grandma and Grandpa, who will be watching this performance from their front row seats in heaven.

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Khouri Potts
Khouri is new to the Civic stage, recently playing Bertha Mason in Jane Eyre: In Concert. She has also been in Ignite!, Laughing Stock, Richard III, The Insanity of Mary Girard and Hole In The Sky at SFCC. more »

Marissa Weddle

This is Marissa’s 4th production at Civic, and she is over the moon with excitement! She would like to dedicate this performance to her family, friends, and teachers for the endless love and support!

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Morgan Keene

Morgan most recently performed in Next to Normal as Natalie and Songs for a New World here at Civic. Morgan has loved being involved in singing, dancing and theater for most of her life, and hopes to make a career doing the thing she loves on the “Big Stage”. “I am overjoyed to be given the opportunity to play Sandy in ... more »


Norma Jean Mackay
Norma Jean is happy to join the cast and crew of A Christmas Carol following her recent participation in Civic’s production of Jane Eyre, In Concert on the keyboard. She loves working with her son, Scott Mackay, who is in the cast of this show. Norma Jean has worked in Spokane Children’s Theater and also keeps busy as a piano ... more »

Sophia Caruso
Sophia is playing the role she has dreamed of since she was 5 years old. Annie was the first show Sophia ever auditioned for. It’s her dream to play it someday soon on Broadway. A 10-year-old veteran to the stage, Sophia played the title role in Helen Keller directed by Patty Duke at Interplayers. She has performed in numerous productions at ... more »

Tia Wooley

Tia is Managing Director of Stage Left and owner of Red Mammoth Photography studio, as well as
soon to be a first time Grandma. Tia has been working in the theatre world for the last 20 years and enjoys the feeling of family that these productions create with all involved. ‘Be Our Guest’ and tell yourmore »


Alyssa Day

Alyssa has been performing in the Spokane area for the last 20 years and is excited to be back on the Civic main stage. An EWU Theater alumnus, some of her favorite roles include Diana in Next to Normal, Kate in The Wild Party, Marian in The Music Man, and Louisa in The Fantastiks. Alyssa is thrilled at this ... more »


Angela Pierson

Angela is delighted to return to Spokane Civic Theatre’s stage where she has played Ulla, Lily St. Regis, Haydee, and more! While previously living in NYC, Angela was a dance instructor for Manhattan Movement and Arts Center and Eastern School of Performing Arts. She also spent four years choreographing for an LA company, USA Dance. ... more »


Angelique VanDorpe
Angelique is in her third show at Civic, having played violin for both Thoroughly Modern Millie and Jane Eyre. She recently moved from Iowa and is thrilled to be in Spokane. Angelique would like to thank everyone involved in this production for welcoming her so quickly and making rehearsals such fun. Enjoy the show! more »

Ashley Cooper

Ashley cherishes her blessing to work with this amazing theatre family. Most recently she played Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie and co-choreographed the Academy production of Happy Days. Ashley has performed with Arizona Broadway Theatre, Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre and Idaho Summer Repertory Theatre. Thanks to Yvonne for ... more »


Austin Raver
Austin is a seventeen year old Senior at N.W. Christian. This is Austin's first show at Civic, but he has been cast in many shows at CYT, Spokane Children's Theater, Coeur D'Alene Summer Theater, TAC and N.W. Christian. After graduating, he hopes to attend Juilliard and pursue an acting career. more »

Briane Green
Briane's notable roles at Civic include Nellie in South Pacifc and Lola in Damn Yankees. Briane is the Drama Director at University High School; she was recently nominated for Best Director by the The 5th Avenue Theatre for UHS's production of Assassins. Hugs and kisses to George, Lola, Campbell and Zooey. more »

Bryan Durbin (Theatre Master Electrician / Technician)

Bryan is a graduate from Eastern Washington University, BA of Arts in Theatre, and has mostly been seen designing lights or choreographing stage combat. He was last seen onstage as Aramis in Civic’s Production of The Three Musketeers

Bryan’s professional credits include: Lighting designer for The Belle ... more »


Carolee Young

Carolee has been involved with Civic Theatre since 1986 and was the Stage Manager of Forever Plaid in 2005 at Center Stage. She is extremely grateful to her mentor and friend, Kathie, for giving her this opportunity to Assistant Direct. And as always, she is delighted to work with the outstanding folks at Civic ... more »


Christina Coty
Christina is thrilled to be returning to the Civic stage after a five-year hiatus! She has performed in such shows as: Urinetown (Pennywise), Gypsy (Mama Rose), Into the Woods (Bakers Wife) and Assassins (Housewife). Thanks to her husband for his continued support and Greg & Kathie for their "Leap of Faith." more »

Christopher Wooley

Chris lives at the theatre. He has probably even sat in the seat your sitting in right now! While at Civic, he acts, directs, does sound engineer things, and takes pictures of actors. Depending on the show, he may be available for high-fives in the lobby. Autographs available with coffee purchase (*excludes decaf).

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David Hardie

David is excited to be in one of his favorite musicals! He has appeared many times on the Spokane Civic Theatre Stage, most recently over the summer in Wanda’s World, and past shows include Fiddler on the Roof (Motel), Second Samuel (B-Flat), and The Drowsy Chaperone (George).

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David Olson
David has been on stage at Civic thrice previously, in recent The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, Thoroughly Modern Millie and White Christmas, but has been performing his whole life. He would like to thank Kathie for this opportunity, Lacey for her support, and the whole cast for such an amazing experience. more »

Greg Pschirrer
Greg is enjoying his ninth season as drama director at Lewis and Clark High School where he has helmed productions of Hairspray, Urinetown, Chicago, Miss Saigon and Seussical. As a performer, he has appeared in numerous productions all over the Northwest including Civic's The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee as well as productions of Forever ... more »

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