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Ingrid LaVoie

Ingrid is thrilled to get back on the Civic stage and work with such a great cast and awesome director.  Ingrid wants to thank her husband and four children for encouraging her to step out for this role and for supporting her love for theater.  Soli Deo Gloria!

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Janet Robel

Janet is thrilled to be music directing another show at Spokane Civic Theatre. Previous credits at Civic include Gypsy and The Christmas Schooner. Janet is music director for Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, and works as a Realtor for Coldwell Banker Tomlinson. She thanks her family for their love and support.

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Jennie Oliver

Jennie Oliver is excited to be returning to the Civic stage where last season she played Queen Anne in The Three Musketeers. Jennie graduated with her AFA in Theatre from Spokane Falls Community College. She was most recently seen as Carly in Reasons To Be Pretty at The Modern Theater. Jennie is a trained ballet, jazz, and tap ... more »

Jordan Padula

Jordan is thrilled to be in this production. He thanks Spokane Civic Theatre for the opportunity.

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Krista Vaughn

Krista considers acting and musical theatre her life, but when she's not actively progressing her career in those areas, she also likes trying to sustain herself through writing and infiltrating Spokane's music scene. This is her Civic debut and she could not have imagined a better cast to perform with! 

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Lysbeth Neel

Lysbeth has been involved in theater since she was four and has a passion for singing. She attends North Central HS and is super excited to be in her first Civic production. She recently played Alice Faulkner in Sherlock Holmes with TAC Theater and the Enchantress in Beauty and the Beast at Childrens Theater. 

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Robert Pintar

Robert has been on stage in several productions for the Spokane Children's Theater including The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Henry and Ramona, The Magical Mrs. Piggle Wiggle, Here's Love (Miracle on 34th Street), and The Sound of Music. Robert, a Software Engineer at Ciena Corp., is married to Chris Kovacevich and has two daughters; ... more »

Nicole Walker

Nicole is relatively new to the area, having moved here from the East Coast in August.  She has recently appeared in Second Samuel (Omaha) at Civic and in The Big Five-Oh (Marie Thoma) at Liberty Lake Community Theatre.  Her favorite role has been Lotty in more »

Tom Sanderson

Tom has been in many shows locally the past few years including The Odd Couple, Second Samuel, Gypsy and Glengarry Glen Ross. He is very grateful and excited to be back at Civic in such a fun production with such a great cast and crew. Most importantly, Tom would like to thank his boys Zachary and Kaden for all ... more »

Anastasia Beggs

Anastasia Beggs (Ensemble) is an 18-year-old home-schooled graduate who shares her heart best through writing and performing Christian music. She has a love for the martial arts, and has dedicated the last four years to training. Anastasia is currently an instructor at the Hand-to-Hand Combat Training Center. 

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Aubrey Gilmore

Aubrey is excited to be onstage in her second Shakespeare play at Spokane Civic Theatre. She was previously on stage in Shakespeare’s The Tempest (Pixies/Goddesses), and most recently Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Pepper Shaker). She is usually found working backstage: most recently she stage managed Emma ... more »

Aubrey Shimek Davis

Aubrey is thrilled to be a part of this thoughtprovoking piece of theater. Prior credits include All My Sons (Anne Deever), Collected Stories (Lisa), The Glass Menagerie (Laura), First Date (Casey), and Gypsy (Gypsy Rose Lee, Louise). She’d like to thank her husband, Chris, for his love and ... more »

Barbara Tappa

Barb Tappa (Ensemble) is the Choral Music Director at Ferris High School where she has been honored to conduct six wonderful choirs. She has been active at SCT and in Civics’ “In Concert” performances. It has been a pleasure working with such a talented cast.

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Benjamin Fauth

Benjamin Fauth (Ensemble) is ecstatic to have a part in this production of Les Misérables. He has appeared in four other shows: Rooster in Annie, The Phantom in Phantom of the Opera, Vincent Crummles in Nicholas Nickelby, and the lead role in a high school musical review.

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Brianna McGarry

Brianna McGarry (Spotlight Operator) is 18 years old and attends West Valley High School. She has worked backstage on four other productions, but this is her first at Civic. She is glad to be a part of this show.

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Bryan J. Agee

Bryan is thrilled to be making his second appearance with Civic, coming off playing the Bishop in Les Misérables. A classically trained vocalist, Bryan has also played and sung in several rock bands throughout the years. He dedicates this performance to his wonderful family, especially his amazing saint of a wife, Alyssa.

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Colton Fletcher

Colton is a Junior at Mead High School, and is very excited to be a part of this fantastic show. He recently appeared in Spokane Civic Theatre’s "High School Musical" (Chad), and Suessical (Mayor). He’d like to thank his family for their love and support, and looks forward to being in many shows to ... more »

Cory Santiago

Cory  is excited to be on the Civic stage for the second time. He feels blessed to be apart of such a talented cast including his wife, Heidi, and two of his children, Jordan and Leilani. It is a special privilege to be a part of a Christmas show and Cory hopes that he and the cast are able to bring a moment of cheer as they portray this ... more »

Dakota Moses

Dakota Moses (Courfeyrac/Ensemble) is a senior at Mead High School. After graduation he plans to serve in a mission for his Church and go on to where life leads him. Having performed in twelve CYT productions, Dakota is thrilled to meet new friends, and experience new things here at Civic. 

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Darryl Gurecky

A recent transplant from Texas, Darryl is delighted to be making his Spokane debut at Civic as Javert, a role that he has coveted ever since he first heard the soundtrack in the 80s. Darryl has a lifetime of experience in vocal performance with occasional performance in theater as well as eight years of experience as a healthcare provider ... more »

David Redmond

David is stoked to return this season to Spokane Civic Theatre having recently experienced the wonder of Les Misérables (Fauchelevent/Babet) last fall. He feels truly blessed to be in Anatevka and especially to share this experience with daughter Meaghan.

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Dorene Dundas

Dorene has been seen (or heard) playing keyboard at Spokane Civic Theatre for Les Misérables and Crazy for You. She has music-directed Traditions of Christmas, accompanied Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre, and played for various voice recitals and choirs. Dorene thanks her amazing family for their ... more »

Douglas Webster

Douglas Webster (Director) has performed on stages across forty-six of the United States and throughout Europe as soloist with symphony orchestras, opera and in solo recital. As an actor, he has appeared on Broadway, National tour and in regional theater. As producer and stage director, he has lead productions of Leonard Bernstein’s ... more »

Emily Jones

Emily is so honored to be able to share the stage with this amazing group of women. She has been blessed to be on Civic's stage in Les Misérables and as Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof and in The Modern CDA's production of God of Carnage as Annette Raleigh.

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Eric M. Little

Eric M. Little (Music Director) is a music director and actor from Portland, Oregon. Conducting credits in Portland include Cats and The Drowsy Chaperone at Broadway Rose Theatre Company, Next to Normal at Artist's Repertory Theatre, and White Christmas at Lakewood Theatre Company. Onstage, he was seen last season in A Year With Frog and ... more »

Evelyn Renshaw

Evelyn has been in many productions in the Spokane area since 1994. Her most recent role was as Mrs. Kirk in Lake City Playhouse's Little Women the Musical. Her best experience was being part of the AACT Best In Nation production I Never Saw Another Butterfly, directed by Troy Nickerson. Thanks, Troy, ... more »

Hazel Bean

Hazel’s first community production in Spokane was with the Spokane Civic Theatre in 2013 and she is grateful to have had the opportunity of working with Civic in multiple capacities, both onstage and off, over the last few years. Hazel is a graduate of the SFCC theatre department and she hopes to continue her education in Drama over the ... more »

Jameson Elton

Jameson a freshman at Lewis and Clark High School, he has performed with a variety of theatres throughout Spokane and Coeur d’Alene over the last five years. He was last seen on the Spokane Civic Theatre stage in Les Miserable and Gypsy. He is thrilled to be performing in West Side Story with such a talented ... more »

Jenner Davis

This is Jenner Davis’ second show at Spokane Civic Theatre following her role in Les Misérables. Previous shows include: Leader of the Pack, Jekyll & Hyde, Forum, Fiddler on the Roof, Guys & Dolls, and The Crucible. She is overjoyed to be a part of this cast as Fruma-Sarah. Thank you Troy for this ... more »

Jennifer Tindall

Jennifer Tindall (Ensemble) is a senior in high school and is thrilled to be in her first production at Civic. She has been involved in many shows at CYT for the past three years. Jennifer would like to thank the directors for giving her this incredible opportunity, and her friends and family for their love and support. 

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Johnathan Durbin

This will be Johnathan's first stage performance at Civic. His love of theatre naturally brought him to the Civic after eight years of military service. Johnathan has been volunteering since 2012 helping with Treasure Island, Christmas Schooner and Les Misérables.

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Jordan Santiago

Jordan is excited to be directed by Mr. Lewis again. He loved playing Tiny Tim for Lewis two years ago! Favorite roles: Les Misérables (Gavroche), 13 The Musical (Evan), Into the Woods (Jack), Giver(Asher) starring Patty Duke. Jordan heads to NYC soon to play Edgar ... more »

Joseph Hall

Joseph Hall (Combeferre) is honored to be in his first Civic performance. Previous roles in the University HS Drama Department include, Marius (Les Misérables), John Brooke (Little Women, the Musical) and Lumiere (Beauty and the Beast). He is thankful to God, his family, and his drama family for all of their support and ... more »

Katherine Vancil

Katy is delighted to be in her third production at Civic. She would like to thank her incredible husband for his unwavering support and love. 

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Kristen Nauditt

Kristen is a music educator and vocalist with Spokane Choral Artists and Kantorei Choir. Her favorite past productions include Guys and Dolls, Clue: The Musical, Avenue Q, and Les Miserables. Kristen would like to thank everyone who has given her the opportunity to perform.


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Leilani Santiago

Leilani is 10 years old and is thrilled to be in A Christmas Carol with her family. Recent Civic shows include Gypsy (Baby June) and Les Misérables (Young Eponine). She also loved being in The Giver (Lily) starring Patty Duke at The Bing Crosby Theater. Leilani performs locally in ... more »

Matthew Yancey

Matthew Yancey (Ensemble) is in his first production at Civic. He works at an insurance company by day and usually spends his evenings with his lovely wife. Matthew is excited to be part of his favorite musical!

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Miranda Anderson

Miranda Anderson (Eponine) is beyond honored to be a part of this amazing production. She has recently been seen in shows at Lake City Playhouse, CDA High School, as well as Traditions of Christmas. Miranda would like to thank her family, friends, Doug, Eric, Tia, and Laura for all of their love and encouragement! Enjoy the show!

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Noelle Fries

Noelle is right at home playing a boy, albeit a cup. She’s been Tiny Tim in "A Christmas Carol", and was recently part of Fagin’s Gang in "Oliver!" She’s also enjoyed tackling great girl roles: Little Cosette, Jane Banks, Susan Waverly, Amaryllis, and Mary Lennox. Disney’s ... more »

Preston Loomer

Preston just completed his directing debut at the Spokane Civic Theatre with the Academy Musical Wanda’s World. He has most recently appeared onstage at Civic in The Taming of the Shrew (Baptista), Plaid Tidings (Sparky), and Beauty and the Beast (Lumiere). Other favorite productions include ... 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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