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Roxie Peters

Roxie is in her Civic debut and she is thrilled to have the opportunity to perform. Leah would like to thank her family and friends for all the love, support and the kick in the “hiney” to get out and do this!

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Will Dubiel

Will is titillated to be a part of Fiddler! He most recently appeared in Spokane Civic Theatre’s Legally Blonde as Professor Callahan, LCHS’ Thoroughly Modern Millie as Trevor Graydon, and Civic’s Les Misérables. He would like to thank his wonderful parents, friends, castmates and ... more »

Adam Peterson
Adam is excited to be back on the Civic stage. Past performances include, Oklahoma (Curly), The Pirates of Penzance (Pirate) and Annie Get Your Gun (Cowboy). Adam was last seen as Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire at Lake City Playhouse and recently directed CYT's production of Oklahoma at the Bing Crosby Theatre. Adam would like to thank Yvonne ... more »

Aidan Walsh
Aidan is a 12-year-old 6th grader at West Valley City School. This is her second Civic production. She has been blessed to have performed in nine plays at Christian Youth Theatre of Spokane. Aidan enjoys singing, dancing, and spending time with family. more »

Annika Johnson

Annika is an 8th grader at Mountainside MS, and was last seen on the Civic stage in Annie (Orphan). Annika has since been in several productions at Spokane Children’s Theatre, and most recently in Mt. Spokane HS’s production of Les Misérables (Young Cosette). Annika loves performing on stage, singing in church, ... more »

Autumn Plucker

Autumn is a 15-year-old student at Coeur d’Alene High School. She’s very excited to be involved with The Music Man. She was most recently seen on stage in Traditions of Christmas and Legally Blonde (Margot). She would like to thank her directors and her wonderful parents for allowing her this ... more »

Brianna Cole
Brianna is a ninth grader at Lewis & Clark HS. She is an active singer and is currently training with Andrea Dawson. She has appeared in Lewis & Clark’s The Crucible in 2012 and SCT's The Velveteen Rabbit in 2007. more »

Clara Patten
Clara is in her Civic debut, although she has had the pleasure of being in two Spokane Children's Theater productions. Clara loves singing and acting, and is very excited about performing in Annie. She dedicates this performance to Dawn Taylor Reinhardt, who has helped her become a better actress. more »

Gwendolyn Clark

Gwendolyn recently appeared in Annie as one of the orphans. Gwendolyn has found her passion through performing in live theatre and looks forward to a long career of acting ahead of her. Many thanks go out to her family and friends who support her in this.

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Jammer is a Pomeranian found running in North Spokane; Jammer was just fur and bones when he was picked up. When his furrever people brought him home, he snuggled right in and started playing with Pearl. Jammer loves jumping high and stealing chew toys from Pearl. more »

Kiersten Gasper
Kiersten is in the 6th grade and is pleased to be back on the Civic stage. Previoulsy she played Gladys in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. She is excited to be playing Pepper, and to be performing on stage with her mom. Thanks to her dad and brother for listening to all the Annie songs! more »

Kylie Nelson
Kylie is a newcomer to musical theater, having recently completed her first show as part of CYT’s Oklahoma. She is excited to be involved with Civic and looks forward to performing on the Main Stage. Kylie is a 4th grader at Freeman Elementary and enjoys basketball and soccer, when she’s not singing or dancing. more »

Lauren Goldbloom

Lauren is thrilled to be part of this beautiful production! Previous Spokane Civic Theatre credits include "Guys and Dolls", "Grease" (Frenchy), "Annie", and "Annie Get Your Gun". Offstage, her roles include teaching drama at Southside Christian School, being Mommy to her fabulous 6, ... more »

LuRicka Kougl

LuRicka loves being in the midst of lively, creative activities. After many years of being off-stage and being antsy sitting in the audience, LuRicka was welcomed back on-stage at Spokane Civic
Theatre in 2012 and recently at Spokane Children’s Theatre. She is often singing and performing at local retirement centers ... more »

Madison Mullins
Madison is performing in her seventh show, but her first at Civic. She performed with Spokane Children's Theater in Babes In Toyland as the face of the giant spider. Madison takes voice lessons from Dennis Craig. She would like to dedicate this show to her mother, who always encourages her to try, especially when she is scared. more »

Mark Sims
Mark was bitten by the theatre bug a few years ago in The Sound of Music. His most recent roles were, Mr. Potter in It's a Wonderful Life and Foster Wilson in Annie Get Your Gun. He is very happy to be able reprise his role as FDR from the Spokane Children's Theater presentation of Annie. He would like to thank Vicki for putting up with him, and ... more »

Marlena Mizzoni

Marlena is thrilled to be appearing in her second Civic production having recently played Mollie in Annie. As a fourth grader at Hallett Elementary in Medical Lake, she enjoys ballet lessons and perfecting magic tricks in her spare time. Special thanks to Yvonne for believing in her and to her family for always supporting her with ... more »

Michael J. Muzatko

Michael has performed at Civic in Annie (Rooster), West Side Story: In Concert (Tony), The Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King) and leading roles in South Pacific and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. He is currently serving as the Theatre Director/Coordinator for Central Valley HS Theatre Department and Performing Arts Center and ... more »

Pearl is a Pomeranian who loves to eat and bark, she found her furrever home after her original people were called out of country. She knows a lot of tricks, but since her new family can’t ask in Russian, they don’t get practiced much. Pearl loves snuggling under the covers and chasing her cats Sammy and Davis. more »

Piper Burney

Piper is so excited that she gets to perform on the Civic stage again. She has previously been in “The Christmas Schooner” and Annie on this stage, and is glad to be back. She has also helped backstage for Legally Blonde, Sordid Lives, and Suds.

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Quincy McFaul

Quincy is going to be a freshman at Lewis and Clark High School. She is ecstatic to be back on the Spokane Civic Theatre stage. Her previous roles include Sound of Music more »

Sandy was discovered at SpokAnimal's shelter, where he had been brought in as a stray. He's between one and two years old, a mix of Australian shepherd and possibly, golden retriever. He likes all dogs, cats and people. He steals Kleenex and chases squirrels, but other than that, has few bad habits. Winston, Teasel, Mrs Peel and Val wish him a ... more »

Spencer Cole
Spencer was recently at Civic as the stage manager for the summer Academy production of Footloose. Spencer attends Central Valley HS and is active in the Theatre department, where he was stage manager twice, including the recent run of Singin' in the Rain. Spencer would like to thank his Grandma and Grandpa for all their support, as well as Pa and ... more »

Stormie Dempsy
Stormie is in her first production with Civic. She is a sophomore at Lewis & Clark HS, and is very excited to work with all the children. Stormie would like to thank Lauren Goldbloom for bringing her to rehearsals and giving her the opportunity to work on this show. more »

Tannis Norton
Tannis is 11 years old and in the 5th grade at Jefferson Elementary. She first explored acting with a part in the Missoula Children's Theater production of Red Riding Hood. Tannis has attended several Civic Academy classes and when not in a production, she enjoys soccer, skiing, running and watching musicals. more »

Val Hughes
Val has trained dogs (Jack and William) who have performed locally in Annie (Spokane Children's Theatre and Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre), Peter Pan (Spokane Children's Theatre) and Camelot (SFCC). Her dogs have appeared in commercial work and movies. Val also trained and handled Jeb, the miniature schnauzer that played Toto in Civics’ ... more »

Vicki Sims

Vicki has been part of the Spokane Civic Theatre in one form or another for many years, either back stage or out front or even (on rare occasions) on stage. She has watched so many young people (and her husband!) just thrive and grow through the theater experience. Vicki is so thankful to get to share this experience with her wonderful ... more »

Andrew Biviano

Andrew first started with the Civic as a child with roles in South Pacific, Music Man, and Oliver. He returned as an adult with parts in The Foreigner, Affections of May, Premiere, and Cover of Life. Andrew works as an attorney in Spokane. He would like to thank his wife, Amy, and two sons, Alex and Aidan.

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Dorene Hodin

Dorene has been with the Civic since 1968. Most recently she worked on the Main Stage for Escanaba in Love and in the studio for Premiere! and On Golden Pond. Dorene has also worked with Spokane Children’s Theatre, Ignite and Interplayers. 

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Jason Young
Jason is making his Civic debut in Premiere! Favorite past roles include Philip in Mauritius, Royal Physician in Nightingale, and Friar Lawrence in Romeo and Juliet. Jason is a professional chef, having worked in Spokane hotels and restaurants for more than two decades. He would like to thank Elizabeth for all her love; “you’ve truly changed ... more »

Kristin McKernan
Kristin is returning to theatre after three years away, and she is here to stay! Some of her favorite roles include Olivia in Civic’s 2009 production of Shakespeare in Hollywood, and Trish in Spokane Centerstage’s Rocket Man. Kristin is beyond thrilled to be back on the stage, it is where she belongs! more »

Michelle Rochon

Michelle got involved with the theater due to her sons love for acting. She went from waiting in the green room to doing props. She has helped with On Golden Pond in 2013 and Premiere in 2012 and many others. Thank you Marshall for introducing me to the theater.

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Brad Picard
Brad is a Civic veteran. You may have seen him recently as Marley's Ghost in A Christmas Carol. His other credits include: The Foursome, That Championship Season, Inspecting Carol, The Affections Of May, Charly's Aunt, I'll Be Back Before Midnight (the first one), Someone To Watch Over Me, One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest, Twelve Angry Men, Suddenly ... more »

Dixie Sampson

Dixie is a student at EWU working on a BA in Theater and Communication Studies. “I would like to dedicate my work on this show to my dad, for inspiring my love for this classic musical.”

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Jarvis Lunalo
Jarvis is a Kenyan native. He recently appeared on Civics’ Main Stage in Duck Hunter Shoots Angel as Lenny. Other performances include, Antigone, Urine Town and Scuba Lessons (Whitworth University) and the stage adaptation of Tim O’Brien’s book, The Things They Carried (EWU). Last summer, Jarvis was part of Much Ado About Nothing with the ... more »

Kelsey Strom
Kelsey is more than ready for round two on Spokane Civic Theatre's main stage! She is also happy to be working with one of her former Steel Magnolias cast mates, Kathy Doyle-Lipe. She dedicates this show to Michelle Gamble, her angel from Alabama. more »

Mike Hynes

Mike is so pleased to be back on stage, working with this amazing cast and crew, and being directed once again by both Kathie and Jean. Michael was last seen as Sandy in Duck Hunter Shoots Angel. When not on stage, he is the lead singer for Men In The Making.

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Nicki Meyer
Nicki is very excited to be involved with Civic and to be a part of this cast. Her most recent role was as Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. After portraying a creature for the past few months she is happy to be playing a human once again. Her sore muscles are pleased. more »

Phoible Purcell
Phoibe is currently a junior at Lewis and Clark High School. She is enthralled to be working her second show at Civic, after operating the spotlight for Thoroughly Modern Millie last September. Phoibe is grateful for this opportunity to do what she loves, and would like to thank the cast and crew. more »

Tristan Conrad
Tristan is a part time worker at Shopko, and aspiring maritime engineer. This is his first show with Civic and his first play in general. more »

Veronika Coon

Veronika has stepped away from the sound board for a change, appearing on the Spokane Civic Theatre stage for the first time since her debut in Crazy For You in 2013. She is studying math/physics at Whitworth University, has a passion for tap dancing, and is training to be a sound engineer. 

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Charles Fletcher

Charles is pleased once again to return to the “D’Arque” side after previous stints as Fagin in Oliver!, Bamatbois in Les Misérables and Waldo Lydecker in Laura. In real life Charles is a much, much nicer person. He is a husband, father of four, and an Allstate Insurance agent here in ... more »

David Baker

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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Dustin Sorrell

Dustin last choreographed BINGO at Civic, but this is his first time on stage. He is the Academic Director at Lake City Playhouse. Dustin has been seen in the area in Aladdin and RENT. He is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.

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

Maria Crabb
Maria is returning to civic after an 18 year hiatus from the stage. Some of her favorite shows from her past are: A Chorus Line, Chicago, The Taffetas, and Stop the World, I Want to get Off. Maria would like to thank her husband Bob for his never ending support and love. more »

Marnie Rorholm

Marnie has performed for years in multiple shows at Spokane Civic Theatre, but usually opts for the splashy musicals and jazz hands over the serious dramas. She was last seen as the Fairy Godmother in Spokane Children’s Theatre’s production of Cinderella. Marnie appreciates the opportunity to stretch her thespian wings, and ... more »

Moira Moore

Moira is delighted to return to Civic as Juanita. Previously, she played Minnie Martinelli in Bingo. She has also been seen as Aggie in Play On, Anti-Imperialist in I Read About my Death in Vogue Magazine and Ouiser in Steel Magnolias. “Working with director Lance Babbit has been a dream ... more »

Alice Kennedy

Alice has volunteered at Civic since 1962. She has produced many shows and performed every backstage duty. Most recently, she worked props for Don’t Dress for Dinner, The Count of Monte Cristo, Annie, Duck Hunter Shoots Angel and White Christmas.

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Braydon Smith
Braydon is appearing in his first Civic performance. He is a student at EWU and is from Prosser, WA. He was last on stage in Valley Theatre Company's performance of Our Town as George Gibbs. Braydon is studying under a VTC Theatre scholarship and he is very excited about this new opportunity. more »

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