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Sydney Wallingford

Sydney is so thrilled to be involved with Legally Blonde! This is her first Civic show, and she is incredibly excited to perform on the Civic stage! She has been in shows such as Once Upon a Mattress and Bye Bye Birdie at West Valley High School and Hairspray! at CCT. She would like to thank Ben and Del for the ... more »

Tiger Ashtiani

TIger is very excited to appear in his second Civic Theatre show after Legally Blonde. He would like to thank Troy for giving him the opportunity, the cast and crew for making his experience worthwhile, and his family for all the support. He hopes you enjoy the show!

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Toby Bentler

Toby is no stranger to the stage. A 4½-year-old Papillion, Toby speaks six languages and was formerly a member of a Venezuelan circus troupe (Lion Understudy / Tightrope Walker). He is pleased to be a member of this cast and thanks Delvone and Ben for the opportunity.

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Allison Corn Peterson

Allison is excited to be back on Civic's Main Stage working with this talented bunch of women (and Tom). Recent credits include playing the role of Kate in Civic's Studio Theatre closer Sylvia last spring, As Bees in Honey Drown at Ignite! Community Theatre, and The ... more »

Angie Dierdorff

Angie is happier than a pig in mud to take on RODEO for Spokane Civic Theatre in her third production of Talking With... She has appeared on stage in local productions for Civic, Interplayers, Ignite!, and SFCC. 

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Bradley Duffy

Bradley is thrilled to be in his first Civic production. He started acting his sophomore year in high school and has been hooked ever since. Now that Bradley has experienced working with such a great team, he's eager to audition for his next role and let the love continue.

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Brie Cole

Brie is excited to once again work backstage for the Spokane Civic Theatre Academy. She was recently seen onstage in Lewis and Clark High School's Into the Woods (Cinderella), and in Kelly the Destroyer Versus the Springfield Cobras (Kelly), as well as Civic's recent production ... more »

Devyn Marie Seier

Devyn is thrilled to be in A Christmas Carol! She was last seen in Gypsy, and has been in shows at Ignite, Lewis & Clark, and LCP. She would like to thank her “personal Simon Cowell” (Mom) for “being supportive of ... more »

Eric Rorholm

Eric is a junior at Lewis and Clark High School and is thrilled to be part of Spokane Civic Theatre’s Catch Me If You Can! He's previously been seen in Fiddler on the Roof and Gypsy at Civic, Cinderella at Spokane Children's Theatre, and Into the ... more »

Heidy Cartwright

Heidy is excited to work with such amazing actors and production staff. Her most recent acting and choreography credits include Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Anything Goes, Catch Me If You Can, Seussical, Clue, and Nunsense Amen! When Heidy is not on stage or homeschooling her children, she can be found ... more »

John Wittman

John is pleased to return to Civic as the stage manager for Troy. He has appeared in many shows, including Mame, Singing in the Rain, and My Fair Lady. At Civic, John also stage managed I'll be Back by Midnight and The Foreigner and was the sound technician for the national award-winning ... more »

Kate Vita

Ten years (and 20 pounds) later, I am thrilled to be reprising the role of Mazeppa at Spokane Civic Theatre. This is for all you "broads" out there - remember it’s never too late to “get a gimmick!” Thanks Troy, for giving this broad another chance to “bump it with a trumpet!”

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Kayla Mueller

Kayla  is honored to be in such a classic show for her first time on the stage at Civic! Past credits most recently include Company at the Bing, Kate Monster in Avenue Q with LCP, Choreographer for Civic'sGypsy and Ignite Community Theatre's Little Shop of ... more »

Kim Berg

Kim is honored to be a part of such an epic tale of endurance and survival. Kim has been seen on the Spokane Civic Theatre stage in the productions of Death of a Salesman, Epic Proportions, Inherit the Wind, Damn Yankees, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Mame, and most recently, Gypsy. Kim ... more »


Lambkins was born on April 8, 2014. She is one of a set of triplets and could not walk when she was born. Tonasket owners Tom and Linda Black worked with her to get her standing, bottle fed her, and helped get her used to people so we could sing to her on stage. Bailey Heppler cares for her in the green room during the show, and she goes ... more »

Liam McCoy

Liam is a 2nd grader who would like to work for Mojang and design Minecraft games when he grows up. He has been in school productions and recently was in the Missoula Children’s Theatre production of Hansel and Gretel. He played a rascal and enjoyed it immensely. Liam is looking forward to playing a newsboy and acting ... more »

Lilly McCoy

Lilly is a 5th grader and wants to be a paleontologist when she grows up. She has appeared in plays produced by the Pullman Civic Theatre, including Miracle on 34th Street, Alice in Wonderland, and Charlotte’s Web. Last year she was Moaning Myrtle in Moaning Myrtle and the Hogwarts Loo at ... more »

Olivia McCollum

Olivia is an 8th grader at Sacajawea and most enjoys chamber orchestra and show choir. She was a Toreadorable in Spokane Civic Theatre’s Gypsy last year and was most recently in Spokane Children’s Theatre’s Alice in Wonderland as a Courtier. She is very excited to be in her second Civic show.

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Sam Dunlap

Sam is honored to return to the Civic stage, after his debut in Gypsy and the opportunity to play a principal in the Academy’s Legally Blonde. In addition to these shows, he has appeared in four shows at Lewis & Clark HS, including Thoroughly Modern Millie and In the Heights. Sam would like to thank ... more »


Teasel was born to play Toto, which she did for Civic's Academy. Gypsy will be her main stage debut. Her owner Val Hughes, who has been training dogs and their people in the Spokane area since 1980, found Teasel in the middle of busy traffic on 29th Avenue; at first, Val thought she was a squirrel! Teasel lives with three ... more »

Maycee McQuin

Maycee is thrilled to make her debut with Civic. She is pursuing a degree in visual communications and international relations, with a minor in theater/film. Her passion for performance began in elementary school, when she was cast in her first play: Peter Pan.

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Megan Hawkins

This is Megan’s first show at Civic. She is excited to be part of such a wonderful production with a great group of people. She is especially excited that she got to see Kathie Doyle-Lipe in action as she is one of Megan’s great inspirations. Megan would like to thank her friends and family for always giving her all the ... more »

Michael Barfield

Michael is excited to be a part of this amazing cast at Spokane Civic Theatre. He was last seen on the Civic stage in Becky’s New Car (Chris). Michael thanks his parents for their overwhelming love and support, as well as David for this great opportunity.

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Steven Blount

Steven was raised internationally and developed a love of art and acting early. After earning a Bachelor’s Degree, Steven began his career as a graphic designer, but his passion for acting never waned. He has acted in Dallas, Los Angeles, and Liberty Lake and is thrilled to be making his debut at Civic!

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Alisha Pierce

Alisha is delighted to a part of this production. Previous shows she has stage managed include The Three Musketeers, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and A Bright New Boise. Currently she is attending Eastern Washington University to pursue a degree in business. She would like to thank her family for their ... more »

Chasity Kohlman

Chasity is happy to be back at Civic. She last appeared as Lizzie in The Rainmaker at Ignite. Some of her favorite roles have been Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Nurse Ratchet in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Chasity thanks her family for their support.

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Christopher Taylor (Director of Education)

Academy Staff: Chris is a native of Orlando, FL and is a graduate of the UCF conservatory theatre, where he holds the BFA and MFA degrees in acting. Chris has performed throughout the central Florida region, including tours with Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Artificial Intelligence INC., Mad Cow Theatre and the ... more »

Conner C. Monroe

This is Conner’s first show with Spokane Civic Theatre and he is very excited to be a part of it. He is also an improvisational actor with the Blue Door Theatre and an assistant improv coach at Mead High School. He’d like to thank Jenn and Tony.

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David Baker (Technical Director)

David has a BA in Drama from the University of Washington and an MFA in Technical Theatre from Southern Methodist University. This training is supplemented with over 30 years of design and technical stage experience. David is the proud father of four and resides in Spokane with his wife, Michele. 
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Dee Finan (Costume Construction)
Dee spent 25 years costuming at Civic before retiring a couple of years ago. She now returns, as a volunteer, to guide and assist Jan and Jen on the big musicals. She is well-known throughout the Spokane theatre community for her words of wisdom and her fine eye for detail. She has designed costumes for Civic and many other theatres over the past ... more »

Edward Casto

Edward  is currently attending SFCC. He is in the AFA program for drama. He has done three other shows and is currently in The Complete Female Stage Beauty at the Falls. This is his first show at Civic.

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Garric Shipp

is a Lewis and Clark high school student who has taken two classes in acting at Civic in 2008 and 2009. He has been very passionate about the arts from an early age and especially loves playing guitar.  He hopes to study drama and music in college.

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Jan Wanless (Costume Design and Construction)

Originally from Portland, Jan came to Spokane for college and never left. She holds a degree in British Literature and Theatre from Whitworth University. She has designed costumes for Civic and many other regional theaters. Favorite costuming projects include My Fair Lady, The Drowsy Chaperone, Assassins, and Evil ... more »

Jen Birkey (Assistant Costume Design & Construction)

Originally from Chicago, Jen now calls Spokane home. She holds two fashion design degrees, one from the prestigious Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles. She thanks God for His numerous blessings and the opportunity to showcase her skills and creativity on the stage! more »

Joshua Baig

The Three Musketeers marks Josh’s 7th play, but his first at Civic. He is beyond excited to be a part of the show and would like to thank Bill Marlowe for the opportunity. He hopes you enjoy the show and that it keeps you on the edge of your seat.

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Katie Hawkinson

Katie is very thankful to be a part of Seussical the Musical. She's going into her freshman year and is currently homeschooled. She was last seen on the Civic stage in the 27th Playwright Forum Festival. She would like to dedicate this performance to her mother and father, who've supported ...
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Kelsey DeSanti

Originally from Pembroke Pines, FL, Kelsey has a BA in Theatre Design from the University of South Florida. She moved to Spokane with her husband Joseph, who is a KC-135 pilot at Fairchild AFB. Kelsey has been volunteering in Civic's costume shop for a year and is excited to be working backstage for Gypsy

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Ladonna Wojtowicz

Ladonna is overjoyed to be making her Civic Theatre debut in The Three Musketeers. A lifetime of passion for the theatre has brought her here today. She is grateful to the director for casting her and thankful for the support of her family. Enjoy the show.

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Lizzy Lineback

Lizzy is a freshman at Mt. Spokane High School. She has been in many productions at Spokane Civic Theatre such as last year’s “Seussical.” She has been very excited to fo “High School Musical” and can’t wait for you to see what she can do as a cheerleader,

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Lorna Hamilton

Lorna has been directing and acting for over 35 years around the country in both stage and film. Some favorite directing assignments in Spokane include Shakespeare In Hollywood, That Championship Season, Of Mice and Men, On Golden Pond and The Foreigner

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Mary Keilman (Assistant Costume Design and Construction)

Mary recently graduated from Whitworth University with a degree in 3D Art. She originally came to Civic as an intern and is excited to now be a full time artistic staff member. Huge thanks to Jason and their son Bodhi for all the love and support.

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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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