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Gianna Morelli

Gianna is delighted to be in Seussical and thanks Spokane Civic Theatre for the opportunity and support. 

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Harley Belise

Harley is delighted to be in Seussical and thanks Spokane Civic Theatre for the opportunity and support. 

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Harley Haberman

Harley is delighted to be in Seussical and thanks Spokane Civic Theatre for the opportunity and support.

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Iaine Mackay

Iaine is ecstatic to be in his first Spokane Civic Theatre production and to participate with such an amazing cast and crew. Previous experience includes Tom Sawyer (Injun Joe) and Trapped (Fisherman Frank) at Libby Centre and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Egues) at Lewis and Clark High school. 

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Isabella Weiand

Isabella is currently attending Lewis and Clark high school and has worked on several productions in their theatre department. She is excited to be working with the Civic, and hopes to continue expanding her knowledge in the technical theater department, specifically in costuming.  

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Jonah Taylor

Jonah is overjoyed to be back at Spokane Civic Theatre after last being seen in Kiss Me, Kate as Bill Calhoun. Some past Civic credits include Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike (Spike), Guys and Dolls (Rusty Charlie), Little Women (Laurie). He would like to thank Lenny, Henry, and Angela for bringing the ... more »


Journey Donovan

This is Journey's first production at Spokane Civic Theatre. She is so excited to be part of this amazing process. Although she hasn't done her work at Civic, she has both acted and stage managed under Andrew Ware Lewis's reign. She has Stage Managed The Diary of Anne Frank at Mead High School, played Mary in ... more »


Kianna Etchison

Kianna is very happy to be in this production of Seussical the Musical. Kianna is 14 and a sophomore at Mead High School. She has done several shows with Mead, but this is her first production with Spokane Civic Theatre. She would like to thank the directors and her parents for making it possible for her to be a part of this ... more »


Miceala Ackerman

Micaela is excited to be in her very first Spokane Civic Theatre production. She was recently seen in 13 the Musical (Patrice) and has been involved in many other shows. She would like to thank Mr. Lewis for giving her this opportunity to be involved in a wonderful show.

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Mike Saccomanno

Mike Saccomanno is excited to return to Spokane Civic Theatre as Music Director of Seussical!  He has been involved in musical theatre in and around Spokane for the past 15 years, working ... more »


Monique Emerson

Monique is excited to be playing her dream role! She was in “Seussical The Musical” last summer at Spokane Civic Theatre and has been in multiple Northwest Opera Works and Spokane Children’s Theatre productions. When she’s not singing, dancing, and acting, she enjoys hanging out with her friends and family. She would ... more »


Nathan Miller

Nathan is exceedingly thrilled to be performing at Spokane Civic Theatre. He recently graduated from Mead High School and is excited to continue his education at Eastern Washington University. Nathan would like to thank his incredible friends and family for the support that makes everything possible.

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Preston Smith

Preston is exploring the big world of Spokane Civic Theatre for the first time in his life, being a Wickersham Brother. He has been at a few plays at his school before Seussical, including the Diary of Anne Frank and Bye Bye Birdie. Preston has worked under Andrew Ware Lewis before and tried ... more »


Robbie Devanish

Robbie is extremely excited to participate in his first production at Spokane Civic Theatre. After a career of several other shows at several other theatres, he is looking forward to the new experience of a new theatre and new people. He looks forward to making many new friends and memories.

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Seth Rohrenbach

Seth is a full time warehouse worker with a fiery passion for the stage. He is happy to be participating in his second show at Spokane Civic Theatre.

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Shelby Jones

Shelby is very excited to be part of The Rocky Horror Show at the Spokane Civic Theatre. This is her debut on the Civic stage. She has previously worked as a stage manager at SCT for High School Musical. She hopes all will enjoy & have fun!

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Alexis Pursel

Alexis is excited to be part of this wonderful cast as this is her first time performing at Spokane Civic Theatre. Alexis thanks her family for their support and The Music Man team for this great experience.

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Ana Lillie

Ana is excited to be joining the company of The Music Man in her Spokane Civic Theatre debut. Credits include Enchanted Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker, Traditions of Christmas, and Honk! Jr. Love and gratitude to my parents, St. Aloysius Gonzaga School and vocal coach, Patti Mortier.

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Baylie Fletcher

Baylie is excited to be making her acting debut with this wonderful cast at Spokane Civic Theatre. Baylie would like to thank her parents and family for their support and Tia for the great opportunity.

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Blake Alan Kostelecky

Blake will be graduating from the Audio Engineering program at Spokane Falls Community College this spring. He currently holds a professional certificate in Audio Engineering. Some of his experience includes working live and recorded sound for the City of Spokane, the Fox Theater, and Spokane Falls Community College.

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Blake Henry

Blake is thrilled to be cast with his younger brother in Spokane Civic Theatre’s The Music Man, a story he’s always liked, and is honored to work with such talented people. Blake has performed with Theatre Arts for Children, in school plays, and loves Civic’s Academy classes.

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Brooks Hunt

Brooke was born and raised in Sandpoint, Idaho and now lives in Spokane. He was in a couple of plays as a child, but this is his first play as an adult.

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Chandler Carey

Chandler has performed onstage many times, recently playing Horton in Seussical Jr. Chandler plays several instruments, is proud to be a Boy Scout, and is an honors student. He thanks God for his talents and his family.

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Cole Henry

Cole is excited to make his debut in Spokane Civic Theatre’s The Music Man. After watching his older brother perform in plays, Cole is delighted to be in his first-ever production, cast alongside Blake. He is thankful for the opportunity to work with so many great people.

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Crystal Carey

Crystal is a lifelong performer with such credits as Disney, TV, Film, and Professional Theater. She is thrilled to share the stage with her son, Chandler for the first time. Crystal thanks God for her many blessings, also her husband, son and sister Candice, for lighting her world.

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Ella Wissing

Ella is so thankful to Tia Wooley for this experience – her first main stage production. She also thanks Chris Taylor for inspiring her. Ella was last seen as Gladys in the Civic Academy’s production of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. Love you Mom and Dad!

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Harold Voltz

Harold is retired military and a current employee of Inland Imaging. This is his first theater production and he is thrilled to be a part of this talented team! As a member of the Barbershop Harmony Society, it’s special to be in the Quartet of The Music Man.

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Jadyn Malone

Jadyn is excited to be part of this wonderful cast at Spokane Civic Theatre. This is her first show at Civic and she is thrilled to have this amazing opportunity. Jadyn thanks her parents for their support and for driving her to all of the rehearsals.

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Jessica Loomer

Jessica was last seen directing "Zoloft Tango" in Spokane Civic Theatre’s Playwright Forum Festival, one of the recipients of the Audience Choice Award. Before that, she directed "Around the World in 80 Days" at Ignite! Community Theatre and assistant directed SCT’s "Les Liaisons ... more »


Jessica Thomas

Jessica is a technical theatre vagrant. She ran the lightboard for Spokane Civic Theatre’s production of A Christmas Carol: The Musical and can usually be found stage managing at North Idaho College. She would like to thank her boyfriend for supporting her while she continues to seek out theatrical shenanigans.

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Jone Campbell Bryan

Jone Campbell Bryan most recently appeared as Hesther Salomon in Equus at Stage Left Theater. She holds a four-year degree in Drama and Theatre Arts from the University of Waterloo. In addition to her television and radio commercial work, Jone has performed in numerous shows for Civic, Center Stage, and The Modern Theater. Jone has ... more »


Julia Allen

Julia is extremely thrilled to be making her Spokane Civic Theatre debut with The Music Man. Julia, 11 years old, enjoys singing, dancing, and piano, as well as cross-country and basketball. She wishes to thank the directors for this opportunity. She dedicates this performance to her family.

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Kaiden Fletcher

Kaiden is a Kindergartner at Brentwood. He is a teddy bear aficionado and writer who loves music, reading, and tacos. He is thrilled for his Spokane Civic Theatre debut with his dad, sister and brother. He would like to thank his family for their support and the creative team for casting him.

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Kent Kimball

Kent loves this play, The Music Man. He’s been in some really cool operas, movies, commercials, voiceovers, and has conducted lots of big, cool choral and orchestral things. His wife and kids are cool actors and singers, and he has 4 hyper-cool grandkids with two more coming! He owns K2 Landscaping in warm CDA.

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Mary Jo Woods

Mary Jo joyfully returns to the vibrant Spokane Civic Theatre community for her second show here. A lifelong performer, MJ taught middle school choir and theater for 25+ years in WI & CA directing, choreographing, and writing musicals for her students. Past experience includes: "The Music Man" (Mrs. ... more »


Matthew Read

Matthew is super excited to be part of this outstanding musical. This is his first show at Spokane Civic Theatre. He would like to thank his family for always being there to support him.

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Monique Tesarik

Monique is grateful to Tia, Jessica, and Dorene for making her Spokane Civic Theatre debut come true. She thanks her friends at Spokane Children’s Theatre, DCOS, and Yoke’s for believing in her, the Lord Jesus Christ for life and creativity, and her loving family for the extra push to audition. Enjoy the magic of River City!

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Ron Kole

Ron has loved The Music Man for over fifty years and is so pleased to be in this production. Since high school he has appeared in Guys and Dolls, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Kiss Me Kate. After college and the Air Force, Ron directed a production of The Fantasticks.

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Susanna Baylon

Susanna spent 18 years in front of bright lights as a television news anchor before retiring from broadcast journalism to be a mom. Now she’s happy to shine the spotlight on this talented cast, especially her daughter Noelle Fries, who has been in four main stage shows at Spokane Civic Theatre this season.

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Taegan Mueller

Taegan is a 6th grader at Hutton Elementary and plays the viola. This is Taegan’s first show ever at Spokane Civic Theatre. She was last seen with her sister in Alice in Wonderland at Spokane Children’s Theatre. She is excited to crew for her first time!

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Tyson Fletcher

Tyson is a 2nd grader at Brentwood and a Cub Scout in pack 208. He is excited for his Spokane Civic Theatre debut, alongside his dad, sister, and little brother. He enjoys playing piano, reading books, and making people laugh. Tyson thanks his family for their HUGE support and Tia for casting him.

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Alyssa Mueller

Alyssa is a sophomore at Lewis & Clark High School and is glad to be working the final show of Spokane Civic Theatre’s season. She was last seen in Alice in Wonderland as the maid and courtier at Spokane Children’s Theatre. She also just finished working crew for Sherlock Holmes at Civic.

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Bryan Harnetiaux

Bryan has been Playwright-in-Residence at Spokane Civic Theatre since 1982. His first play Caution: The Surgeon General has Determined... premiered in the Firth J Chew Studio Theatre on June 6,1977, directed by Dorothy Darby Smith. Since then, he has written over 40 plays, most of which were first produced in this space. ... more »


Kari Mentzer

Kari has performed for many local theatres including Interplayers, ARt, Spokane Civic Theatre, and Northwoods Performing Arts. She is very excited to return to the Civic Main Stage where she has previously performed in a number of plays and musicals. Kari has shared the Civic stage with her husband, Damon, in All My Sons where he ... more »


Kyle Ross

Kyle is excited to return to the Spokane Civic Theatre Main Stage for this hilarious production. Previous roles include The Rocky Horror Show (Guest), Guys and Dolls (Harry the Horse), and Sherlock Holmes and the Curse of the Sign of Four (The Servant/Corpse). He would like to thank his wife for her unwavering ... more »


Sophi Mosbrucker

Sophi has worked seven shows at Spokane Civic Theatre, including Catch Me If You Can, White Christmas, and Les Liaisons Dangereuses. She wants to thank everyone who puts up with her theatre rants and she hopes you enjoy the show!

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Ben Dyck

Ben is very excited to be doing the Time Warp with you. Previous roles on Spokane Civic Theatre’s stage include Valmont in Les Liaisons Dangereuses and Mr. Boddy in Clue. He also directed Blur In The Rear View which won the adjudicator’s award at last season’s Playwright’s Forum ... more »


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