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Matthew Egan (Assistant Technical Director)

Matthew spent 18 years in Los Angeles working in the film industry as an Art Director and prop maker. He graduated from the University of Texas with a BFA in Production and Design, and from the University of Southern California with a MFA in Production design for theatre and film.
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Maxim Chumov

Maxim is excited to be a part of this classic and historic piece of theater and working with its all-star cast and creative team. He was previously seen as Phillip in Orphans, Civic’s award-winning entry to AACTFest 2015.

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Mya Edwards

Mya has been seen in Spokane Civic Theatre Academy’s production of “A Charlie Brown Christmas “(Lucy) and “Tilly the Trickster” (Mrs. Callahan). Thanks to the production team!

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Phoenix Tage

Phoenix is thrilled to be returning to Spokane Civic Theatre after playing King Louis in The Three Musketeers. He’s also performed in such shows as The Foreigner (Ellard), Brighton Beach Memoirs (Stanley), Grease (Sonny LaTierri), Up (Mikey), and The Winter’s Tale (Prince ... more »

Platon Hogan

Platon is excited to take part in his second Civic show. He has recently appeared in Monsters Anonymous, Let’s Murder Marsha, The Three Musketeers, and last year’s season at Spokane Falls. He would like to thank the wonderfully talented cast and production staff for working diligently to create this ... more »

Rachel Marie Cronin

Rachel is excited about being in such an incredible play with such a great cast! She has previously been seen in the Count of Monte Cristo. She sings and dances as well, and is looking forward to possible roles in Civic plays in the future.

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Renae Meredith

Renae was first involved in Spokane theater as teacher and director at CYT. Since then she has designed sets for Children's Theatre, ARt and SFCC. Favorite projects include Camelot and Romeo & Juliet. At Spokane Civic Theatre she has worked backstage on Gypsy and ... more »

Ryan Shore

Ryan is excited to return to Spokane Civic Theater once again. Ryan is an alumnus of the HB Studio in NYC, studying in their Uta Hagen program. Last season he appeared at The Modern Theater in Reasons To Be Happy/Pretty and performed in Civic’s production Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

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Samuel Peters

Samuel is delighted to be returning to the stage after a 2-year hiatus. He has been involved in several shows at Spokane Falls Community College and here at Spokane Civic Theatre including The Three Musketeers and The Servant of Two Masters. Sam hopes everyone enjoys this madhouse of a show.

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Serge Chekulayer

Serge enjoys anything where he can express his creativity, particularly painting, writing and his recent foray into the public stage.

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Solari Mahirimah

Sola is a bellydance costume designer and tribal fusion performer. She has enjoyed bringing her talents to the stage for the last 18 years, and is delighted to join the Civic in the Costume Shop making delicious garments this season! Her favorite mediums are anything sparkly and beaded fabrics.

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Stephannie Gerard

Stephannie is delighted to be back on Spokane Civic Theatre’s stage for her musical debut! Previous shows include The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge (Bailiff) and The Three Musketeers (Sabine). She is beyond humbled to have the opportunity to work with this amazing cast and crew, and thanks everyone who has supported ... more »

Stephen Holcomb

This is Stephen’s second time on the Civic stage, as he was blessed to play Rochefort in The Three Musketeers in 2014. He has done numerous shows around the region for different theatres while winning absolutely no awards. He is an improviser, a jazz saxophonist, a cyclist, and a cat owner. He wishes to thank God, his family, and ... more »

Whitney Robinson

Whitney is an EWU Senior and Theatre Major. She has most recently appeared as Isabelle in Pocatello,
Rosaline in Love’s Labour’s Lost: The Musical, and Charlotte in These Shining Lives. Whitney thanks her family, friends, instructors, and Civic family for endless support and ... more »

William Marlowe

William teaches, acts, directs, stage manages and designs. He hold a Master of Fine Arts from University of Arizona where he won the Creative Achievement Award from the College of Fine Arts. Now in his 18th year as Director of Drama at Spokane Falls Community College, he came to the college following 15 years as an equity free-lance artist ... more »

Nicholas C. Johnson

Nicholas is back once again to manage, having managed eight shows to date. On stage, he recently appeared as Peter Hopewell in The Girl Wore Red Licorice, an original one-act play presented at the 26th Playwrights’ Forum Festival. Other notable roles include himself in The Compleat Wrks of Wllm Shkspr (Abridged), ... more »

Aaron Brock

Aaron has been around Spokane Civic Theatre for ages, doing sound for many great recent productions as Evil Dead: The Musical, Clue The Musical, The Mousetrap, Disney’s Beauty and The Beast, and A Street Car Named Desire, just to name a few.

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Jaylan Renz

This year marks Jaylan’s 20th year of shows at Civic. He graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in biological anthropology and is currently underway for a master’s in conservation biology. A few of his roles at Civic include; Detective Sargent Trotter in The Mousetrap , the Reverend David Marshal ... more »

Kristen Deitrick

Kristen is excited to be making her debut at Civic.  She was last seen 20 years ago in L.A. in the Performing Artist Guild’s productions of Equus, Last Summer at Blue Fish Cove, and Talking With; Santa Susana Repertory Company’s productions of A Christmas Carol, Romeo and Juliet and Of Mice and Men. She wants to give a special ... more »

Marlene McLean

Marlene would like to thank the cast, crew and director for the opportunity to return to the theatre. This show has been a fun experience, and she has loved working behind the scenes with everyone and is excited to be a part of her first Festival show.

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Nicholas W. Miller

Nicholas Wade Miller is from St. Charles, MO. He has been acting on stage since 2008 and this is his first production with Spokane Civic Theater. He wants to thank his family and friends for their continual support, and you, the audience member. For without you, this wouldn't be possible!

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Paul Emerson

This International Man of Mystery - Englishman by birth, South African educated, naturalized Canadian Spokane “local” - is excited to be back at Civic as Major Metcalf, and is relieved to not have to fake an “American” accent like he had to in the chorus of The Full Monty.

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Blake King-Krueger

Blake is very excited to be doing Shakespeare at Spokane Civic Theatre as the Tailor and Guard. Blake was last seen in The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge (Jacob Marley/Bob Cratchit). He is best know for his role in Civic’s version of The Tempest (Stephano).

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Jacob Carruthers

 Jacob was last seen in Rocky Horror Show and the Playwright's Forum Festival at Spokane Civic Theatre, and Emma at Stage Left. He thanks his friends and family for their continued love and support, and hopes everyone is ready to party!

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Jan Wanless

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 »

Steven Schneidmiller

Steven got his start on stage with Christian Youth Theater and later with Central Valley HS productions such as Peter Pan, Wizard of Oz, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Secret Garden: The Musical and Harvey. He is also very passionate about film and is starting BucketBoy Productions. This is Steven’s first Civic show ... more »

Alli Talmage

Alli is a student at Gonzaga University studying Theatre Arts, and is thrilled to return for her fourth production on the Civic stage. Previous credits include: Catch Me If You Can, Talking With, Much Ado About Nothing , Crazy For You , and The Wild Party, most recently appearing in the staged reading of It’ll ... more »

April Leigh Jacobson

April Leigh Jacobson is delighted to be involved in her first production at Civic. She has a life-long love of the performing arts, and has classical vocal training from the University of Washington, in addition to her career as a mental health therapist in the Spokane area. April is currently involved in music ministry at her church, where she ... more »

Brad Perry

Brad Perry has been very active in the northwest as a singer/songwriter, voice/piano/guitar teacher, clinician, music director. studio musician, ... more »

Bryan Durbin

Bryan is once again excited to be part of another Shakespeare production at Spokane Civic Theatre: last time in The Tempest (Antonio). Other recent productions include The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge (Solomon Rothschild), The Fox on the Fairway (Henry Bingham), and The Hostage (I.R.A. Officer).

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Dani Crandall

Dani has been working backstage at the Civic for over 28 years. Most recently she was involved with The Drowsy Chaperone, White Christmas, Singin’ in the Rain and Mame. 

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Georgia Spencer

Georgia has returned to her love of musical theatre after an eight-year hiatus. She first diagnosed herself as a "singer learning to be an actor", now she says she is "a singing actor who tries to behave". Crazy for You is Georgia's Civic debut.

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Henry McNulty

Henry is a professional actor, music director, and pianist based in Spokane. Favorite stage credits include Boeing Boeing (Robert), Crazy for You (Lank Hawkins), and Million Dollar Quartet (Jerry Lee Lewis). As a music director, some of his recent projects around the area have been Spokane Civic Theatre’s ... more »

Mimi Christen

Natalie ‘Mimi’ Christen has lived in Spokane for 22 years. She loves working with everybody at Spokane Civic Theatre. She has worked on numerous shows, Crazy For You, Little Women, Beauty and The Beast, Grease, just to name a few. At Spokane Children’s Theatre she has worked on ... more »

Noël Morrison

Noël is a recent graduate of Western Washington University where she earned her degree in Theatre Arts and Cultural Anthropology. Her major roles include Maria in "West Side Story", Audrey in "Little Shop of Horrors", and more recently Catharine in "Proof", Anne Sullivan in "The Miracle Worker", ... more »

Rochele Trainor

Rochele is an 18 year old senior at East Valley High School and also attends Spokane Falls Community College for running start. The last show she was seen in was Traditions of Christmas in the kick line. She is so thrilled to be making her Civic debut in Crazy for You. Rochele would like to thank the director, Kathie for giving her this amazing ... more »

Tami Knoell

Tami admits that it’s awfully delicious to play the shrew, given her last stage appearance was as the angelic magical nanny in Mary Poppins for Spokane Children’s Theatre. Tami has been extremely fortunate to inhabit a variety of characters for Spokane Civic Theatre (from saintly to sinful!, including Polly in ... more »

Caleb McKen

Caleb is an eighth grader at Sacajawea Middle School where he plays sax and drums in two jazz bands. Favorite local appearances include Ragtime at Cd'A Summer Theatre (Ensemble), Schwartz in A Christmas Story (Spokane Children's Theatre) and Percy, under the direction of Patty Duke, in The Miracle Worker at Interplayers. 

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Christa K. LaVoie

Christa is thankful to take part in another musical themed by faith, family and love. In addition to recently being seen in Civic’s Fiddler on the Roof, she has also been seen in Civic’s The Three Musketeers (Constance Bonaciex), the Oaks CCA’s Little Women the musical (Beth March), Civic’s ... more »

Gary Pierce

Gary last appeared at Spokane Civic Theatre in Noises Off (Selsdon Mowbray). Other Civic shows include Guys and Dolls, The Servant of Two Masters, Becky’s New Car, The Tempest, Frost/Nixon, Man of LaMancha, and Assassins, where he earned an honorable mention at AACT Fest in 2007. Other credits include 12 ... 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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