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Cecil Trail

Cecil has been an artist his entire life. From singing and acting to writing and painting, he’s spent the majority of his time daydreaming and creating. Currently he is pursuing a professional career in acting as well as specialty construction and design work, Cecil is always busy working on his acting ... more »


Chris Brock

Chris has worked at Spokane Civic Theatre for many years. He has done lights for Civic for many years working such great productions such as Evil Dead: The Musical, Clue The Musical, The Mousetrap, and Disney’s Beauty and The Beast. Most recently on the Main Stage he stage managed A Little Night ... more »


Daniel Griffith

Daniel is thrilled to be in his first Civic musical in the Studio! After focusing on learning this amazing craft of acting last year he’s so excited to get back to his singing roots with this wonderful cast and crew. And if he mistakes you for a Volkswagen be forgiving...

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Danielle Read

Danielle  has been on stage since she was five. She was last seen in the sold-out production of Clue: The Musical (Mrs. Peacock). She thanks her family and friends for always letting her be the drama queen they know and love. Break a leg cast and crew. Y’all have fun now! 

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Jacklyn Herzog

Jacklyn is overjoyed to join Clue: The Musical for her first Civic role. She is a Civic box officer and a Theatre performance major from Whitworth University. Musical involvements there included Cradle Will Rock and Urinetown. She lives and breathes theatre and is beyond blessed to share her passion and be a part ... more »


Keith Dixon (Executive Director)

Prior to joining Civic, Keith served as Managing Artistic Director with Theatre Baton Rouge for ten seasons. In that time he has directed over thirty-five shows for TBR and also directed for Miners Alley Playhouse (CO), Columbia University, Chandelier Theatre, and the American Theatre of Actors (NY) as well as companies in ... more »


Taylor Belote

Taylor is an in-demand percussionist in theater orchestra pits around Spokane and Coeur d’ Alene. He is the band director for the Deer Park School District and the principal percussionist in the CDA Symphony. He is excited to be a part of this production and thankful for the opportunity!

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Theresa Hauenstein

Theresa loves this theatre and is thrilled to share it with you! Theresa has served on the production team for Spokane Civic Theatre’s crew and production team of Clue: The Musical, Catch Me If You Can, and Sordid Lives. Sending love and thanks to all who are part of this community!

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Troy Heppner

Troy was last seen as in Civic’s production of The Foreigner (Froggy). He spends his days as a Software Applications Trainer and is thrilled to be participating in his first musical in over 15 years. An avid CLUE player as a child, ironically, Troy always insisted in playing Professor Plum.

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Conor McMillan

Conor currently serves as the Eagle Sound Technical Director for Eagle Entertainment at Eastern Washington University. Along with working in sound design for concert and theatrical events at EWU and other local venues, Conor is graduating this summer with a degree in Mechanical Engineering with an emphasis on technology in theater and ... more »


Josh MacCraw

Josh is excited to start again in his role of Sound Engineer for the 71st season at Spokane Civic Theatre. He has been working very hard to improve the performance of the system and is hoping the audience can hear the difference.

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Martin Sanks

Martin is a graduate of EWU with a degree in psychology. Recent roles include Rod in Avenue Q, Sister Robert Anne in Nunsense A-Men! and Dr Parker in Bat Boy: The Musical, earning a nomination for an Irene Ryan scholarship from the Kennedy Center. He was also a featured singer with Cheyenne Jackson in concert with the Spokane Symphony.

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Rick Rivera

Rick is happy to be making his debut at Spokane Civic Theatre. He is also very happy to be returning to the musical theater stage after quite some time (1989!) Some things that you could have seen Rick in are: Season 1 of Z Nation as Tobias Campbell (the Cannibal), Tito in Lend me a Tenor and Nunzio in Over The River ... more »


Jamie Flanery

Jamie is thrilled to be working with such an amazing cast on Tom Stoppard’s spy thriller, Hapgood. Jamie has enjoyed working on stage in such shows as Lost in Yonkers, A Few Good Men, Shakespeare in Hollywood, Over the River and Through the Woods, Prelude to a Kiss, and most recently in the award winning production of Spokane Civic ... more »


Summer Berry

Summer joined the creative staff of Spokane Civic Theatre in January 2015 after many years in higher education. She has a B.A. in costume design from Washington State University. Her costume designs have been on stages in MA, ND, OR and WA during her long career. Some of her new favorite productions are; Beauty and the Beast, Catch Me if ... more »


Ashley Griechen

Ashley is delighted to be making her debut at Spokane Civic Theatre. Favorite previous performances include Hamlet (Queen Gertrude), Diary of Anne Frank (Anne Frank), and A Midsummers Night’s Dream (Puck) with Gonzaga Preparatory Fine Arts Department. She has also been a stage manager, costumer, and ... more »


Ashley Maddox

This is Ashley’s second year doing shows at Spokane Civic Theatre and she absolutely loves it. She was last seen operating the light board for the Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge and dressing backstage for The Rocky Horror Show. She hopes that you enjoy the show as much as she’s enjoyed bringing ... more »


Chandler Jordan

Chandler is so excited to be returning to Spokane Civic Theatre for Evil Dead The Musical. She was last seen on the main stage in The Servant of Two Masters and is looking forward to doing something different for her first appearance in the Studio Theatre. Chandler would like to thank her friends, family, and all the people brave enough to ... more »


David Moody

David is a current student at Spokane Falls Community College pursuing his AFA in Theater. He began working on the stage as an 8 year old member of the Lollipop Guild at Rogers High School and he has been working to entertain audiences ever since.

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Derek Ormiston

Derek is so excited to be working on his second show at Spokane Civic Theatre. He grew up doing shows in his hometown of Bremerton, WA. Many previous shows range from Les Misérables (Javert) to Sindee Lou Ella (Deputy Gabby) at Spokane Children’s Theatre. His last show was The Servant of Two Masters ... more »


Emily Oliver

Emily is excited to be returning to the theatre after a 5 year hiatus. Emily has done several shows, mostly back in her high school days, including Noises Off and The Prime of Miss Jean Brody. This is her second show at Civic and is thankful to be here again. 

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Joe Jacoby

It’s been a long time since Joe appeared on stage, living most of his life teaching Theatre and Humanities at North Idaho College. He’s excited to be on stage again, and pleased to be making his first appearance with Spokane Civic Theatre.

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Kacey George

Kacey is very excited to be a part of this show at Spokane Civic Theatre. She is working toward her AFA in technical theatre at SFCC. Past shows include Rashomon, Jekyll and Hyde, Shrek, and many more. She hopes you enjoy the show.

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Kyle Sanguinet

Kyle is a recent honors graduate from Spokane Falls Community College who has earned his AFA in Theater. Keen-eyed patrons will recognize Kyle as the shift crew for Noises Off or as an ensemble member for Servant of Two Masters. Kyle thanks his friends for support, and enjoy the ... more »


Mikyla Bordner

Mikyla is delighted to be a part of this production and is honored to act alongside this very talented cast. You may have seen her in Ignite Community Theatre’s production of A Reduced Christmas Carol and many of Spokane Falls Community College’s most recent productions, where she recently graduated. She ... more »


Rebecca Ormiston

Rebecca was born and raised here in Spokane, and was in the very first CYT Spokane show of Charlotte’s Web (Edith Zuckerman). She continued in many other CYT shows, including Great American Tall Tales (Calamity Jane). This is her debut at Spokane Civic Theatre and she is excited for the new opportunity. In her free ... more »


Susan Creed

Susan has been involved in community theatre for more years than she can count. From Youngstown, Ohio to Great Falls, Montana to Spokane she has been both on stage and backstage in various roles. Her last appearance on stage at Civic was in Talking With... 

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Abby Hare

Abby is honored to be on the Civic stage again after previously been in A Christmas Carol last season. Upcoming, you can see Abby in the Modern Theatre CDA's production of Anything Goes in the spring. Abby would love to thank the artistic team for letting her do what she loves.

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Ashlee Karras

Ashlee is so excited to be in another show at Spokane Civic Theatre! "Thank you to our wonderful director Jean for all of her hard work! Also a big thank you to my parents who have always believed in me and encouraged me to go after my dreams!"

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Caryssa Murphy

Caryssa is excited to be back on the Spokane Civic Theatre stage! You may have last seen her here in the ensemble of Catch Me if You Can . Some of her favorite past roles include Jeanie in Hair , Mayzie in Seussical , Blanche in Jane Eyre , Jenny in Company , and Sarah Brown in Guys and ... more »


Corey Dlask

Corey  is overjoyed to return to Spokane Civic Theatre for his third time. White Christmas is such an iconic classic and it is an honor and a privilege for him to be a part of this production. He would like to thank his friends and family for their support. A big THANK YOU also goes to Jean Hardie and the entire cast and ... more »


Duff Marie Oversteet

Duff is thrilled to make her Civic debut in A Christmas Carol, and has enjoyed music-making and acting since she first starred as the Little Red Hen in Kindergarten. Since then she has acted, sung and played guitar in church and school productions, Christian Youth Theater, Spokane Civic Theatre Academy, Spokane ... more »


Ellie Becker

Ellie is very excited to be in the musical A Christmas Carol for the very first time!!! She’s a 4th grader at Finch Elementary. Her family, especially her mom, encourages her to keep on trying. She has always loved to sing and has made a song for her school that she and her friend Katy sing at every assembly. When she ... more »


Gage Savage

 Simply a dining table performer no more, Gage Savage is excited to be on a true stage for the very first time. He is happy to finally be in a show, rather than learning every character’s lines and reciting them from backstage, ... more »


Josh Clements-Sampson

Josh is very excited to be participating in his first show at Civic with such a talented and fun cast! Now it’s time to see if those years of singing in the car and in the shower have paid off...

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Josh Watkins

Josh is excited to finally be in The Music Man. Since graduating from Whitworth, this will be his third appearance at Spokane Civic Theatre. He is thrilled to work with the wonderful cast and crew of this production. Josh thanks his friends, family and God for their patience.

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Kaylee Plumb

Kaylee is currently a senior at Central Valley HS while attending Spokane Community College as well. This is her third play at Spokane Civic Theatre, and the last play she did was Once Upon a Mattress at CVHS. She is excited to be a part of the cast and hopes you enjoy the show!

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Keeghan Mecham

Keeghan has been a part of many productions but has never done a Civic show. He is so excited to be apart of this amazing show and cast! Keeghan is passionate about singing, dancing, and acting, so this show is right up his alley! Keeghan would like to thank his family and friends for their constant support and to civic for this ... more »


Korinna Shaw

Korinna is ecstatic to be appearing in her first Civic production. She thanks everyone who has supported her acting goals.

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Lawrence Jones

Lawrence recently moved to Spokane from Anchorage, Alaska, where he sang for 20 years with the Anchorage Concert Chorus and an ensemble member in six Anchorage Opera Company productions. Many thanks to Keith for affording him this opportunity to perform in his first Civic production and to his wife, Peggy, for her continuing support ... more »


Lillian Dunlap

Lillian, a 4th grader at Franklin Elementary, is so proud to be a part of this fun, Christmasy musical. Her previous stage experience includes three productions with Missoula Children’s Theater and several Spokane Civic Theatre Academy shows. She loves soccer, art, playing piano and wants to thank her family for encouraging her ... more »


Lily Savage

Lily is taking her creative spark off the paper, out of the art studio, and onto the Civic stage. She is having a great time rehearsing with her fellow castmates and during private practice sessions with a two-pound ball of rabbity fluff, known as Lila the Netherland Dwarf.

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Lisa Miller

Lisa is thrilled to be appearing in her first show here at Civic. Past favorite roles have included Miss Frayne (The Compleat Female Stage Beauty) and Mae Peterson (Bye Bye Birdie). Lisa would like to thank the artistic team as well as her friends and family for their support, and she hopes you enjoy the show!

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Lorrie Turner

Lorrie is no stranger to the stage, having been involved in community theatre for over 20 years. This is Lorrie’s second Spokane Civic Theatre production, having had the honor of playing Mrs. Mops in A Christmas Carol: The Musical. Lorrie is excited to be working spotlight for this show, one of her ... more »


Marshall A. Mell

Marshall returns to Civic after a seven year hiatus. He is particularly grateful for the encouragement and support of his family: Linda, Austin and Chloe.

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Michelle Baker-Hare

Michelle is so excited to be a part of the ensemble for Disney’s Beauty and the Beauty. This is her 5th
production with Spokane Civic Theatre. Previous productions include: "Girls of the Garden Club", "Christmas Carol", "Catch Me If You Can", and "Hapgood". She wants to ... more »


Nate Edmons

Nate was last seen in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and Guys & Dolls, both on Spokane Civic Theatre’s Main Stage. When not singing or dancing on stage, he’s a teacher and volleyball coach—a life that would be unmanageable without the support of his very patient wife. Mostly he wants to thank you, ... more »


Rebecca Gähl

Rebecca is ecstatic to dance and sing again on the Spokane Civic Theatre’s stage since managing roughly 5,000 costume changes in A ... more »


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