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Chris Taylor

is the Director of Education for the Spokane Civic Theatre, where he has directed several Academy Productions including A Charlie Brown Christmas, Tilly the Trickster, and Pinkalicious. As an actor, Chris has appeared in Evil Dead: The Musical (Jake) and The Tempest (Prospero) here at ... more »

Damon Mentzer

After 15 years appearing on local stages, Watson will be Mr. Mentzer’s final stage role before leaving Spokane in the fall. He will continue his acting career as his wife begins her PhD program. Civic has, and will always, be held dear; his parents met here, his first major role was as Bertram Cates in Inherit the Wind, he fell ... more »

Dan Griffith

Dan started his theatre journey ten years ago on the Spokane Civic Theatre Main Stage with "The Music
Man" and, as symmetry would have it, this is now his tenth Main Stage musical. Dan is so thankful to all the talented and dedicated people who have been an inspiration to him along the way. He dedicates his ... more »

David Malinak
David is appearing in his first Main Stage show at the Civic. He has performed at Central Valley High School as Harry Roat in Wait Until Dark and Mr. Tumnus in Narnia. David also played Ren McCormack in Civic Academy's Footloose. He is happy to be involved in this production. more »

Dexter Calkins
Dexter is honored to be welcomed into the Civic family - especially when the welcoming is a Victorian era, swashbuckling adventure! His last performance was as Reverend Shaw Moore in the Academy production of Footloose. Dexter would like to thank his family, friends, loved ones, the cast and crew, his loving directorial staff and his ... more »

Frances Charles
Frances is an 8th grader at St. Aloysius School. She has performed with Spokane Children’s Theater, Theater Arts for Children, Christian Youth Theater and Spokane Civic Theater. Frances is thrilled to be playing Valentine de Villefort. Her previous Civic productions include The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (Beth Bradley)and Annie Get Your Gun ... more »

Glynis Liston
Glynis, a mother of two, was born in Ipswich, England. After a 26 year break from performing, she decided that it was a wonderful opportunity to tread the boards again in A Christmas Carol. For this production though, she will happily be helping backstage, while her beautiful daughter Rose will be on stage as Eugenie. more »

Jason Coleman-Heppler

Jason would like to thank Tia Wooley and all the cast and crew of The Dixie Swim Club. In the real world Jason works at United Health Services Credit Union. A special thank you to Cassie for participating in a show with me.

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Jordan Fugitt
Jordan is in his first production at Spokane Civic Theatre and has enjoyed every minute of it. He became involved with theater when he was a child and continued throughout high school. Jordan is excited to be a part of this wonderful performance and is looking forward to doing more work at Civic. more »

Mary George

Mary has been volunteering at Spokane Civic Theatre for several years. Favorite shows include stage managing the award winning Orphans, and producing The Producers; most recently she stage managed A Streetcar Named Desire. Her favorite part of this work is all the amazing human beings she ... more »

Nancy Gasper
Nancy is excited to be doing this show with her daughter Kirsten. She loved playing Mercedes in Civics’ The Count of Monte Cristo. Nancy makes things up on weekends as part of the improv troupe at The Blue Door Theatre. Thanks go to the men at home for their sacrifices, so we can spend so much time at the theatre. We love and miss you! more »

Paul Villabrille
Paul has performed in numerous Civic productions, including: BUDDY: The Buddy Holly Story, Annie Get Your Gun, The Pirates of Penzance, The Affections of May, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Laughing Stock and South Pacific. He is excited to be working with such a fun and talented group. more »

Peter Hardie

Peter is pleased to return to Spokane Civic Theatre and work with this talented group. He is recently retired after 31 years as technical and lighting designer for Civic, and now spends his time volunteering, traveling and occasionally freelancing. He lives in Spokane with his beautiful wife Susan.

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Phoebe Oosterhuis

Phoebe was last seen on stage at Civic in The Count of Monte Cristo (Heloise de Villefort) and A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Cratchit). She recently moved to Spokane from Minneapolis and has enjoyed exploring her new home in the Inland Northwest. 


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Rachel Cronin
Rachel is 15 years old and has been in two other plays, Snow White and Sleepy Hollow. She also participated in four summers of Cast of Characters, working on vocal exercises and her acting skills. Knowing that she has a one in a million chance at her dreams, she still works exceedingly hard to prove that, if her dream comes true, a young person ... more »

Ron Ford

Ron was last seen at Civic in Escanaba in Love (Alphonse Soady) and The Count of Monte Cristo (Caderousse/General). He has also appeared locally in Lips Together, Teeth Apart (Civic) and The Boys Next Door (Interplayers). Ron’s favorite role was as Yvan in Art. Film roles include Killer Tomatoes Eat France and Different ... more »

Rose Liston
Rose was born in England and attends Ferris HS. This is her second show at the Civic, previously playing Petunia Fezziwig in A Christmas Carol. Rose is best known for her role in the BBC's BAFTA nominated Sadie J. She aspires to be a full time actress, and is just waiting for her dream job to arrive. more »

Ryan Marie Patterson

Ryan Patterson (Ensemble) has been involved in Spokane theatre since 2001, both on and off stage. She was last seen at Civic in Grease, The Count of Monte Cristo and Annie Get Your Gun. Ryan also appeared in HONK! at Spokane Children’s Theatre and Moon over Buffalo at Interplayers.

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Sarah Doughty
is excited to join the Civic for the first time. She started dancing ten years ago at the Arthur Murray Studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she performed in four studio showcases. Sarah started teaching for the University of Idaho Wellness Program in 2006 and the Dance Department in 2007. She competed with her professional partner, and ... more »

Scott Butler
Scott is new to the Civic, but has enjoyed participating in theatre in high school. He is happy to meet all the great people in this show, that make the magic happen. more »

Taylor Pedroza

Taylor is currently studying at Gonzaga University. His recent roles include: Third Man in Civic's Metamorphoses, the chorus in Lysistrata, Steve in Pals, and Romeo in Romeo and Juliet

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Billy Hultquist

Billy is thrilled to be back on the main stage at Civic. He was recently seen in Molly Allen’s original piece, On Shaky Ground at Ignite! Community Theatre. Billy was last seen at Civic as Treat in the award-winning Orphans. Other favorite rolls include Trip in Other Desert Cities, Bill Starbuck in The ... more »

Dave Rideout

Dave would like, if he may, to take you on a strange journey! Dave has enjoyed playing iconic roles such as Dracula and Henry Jekyll in classic productions written by Shakespeare, Arthur Miller, and Tom Stoppard. He thanks the cast and crew for all the sweat, love, and creativity that we’ve shared.

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Jerome Gray
Jerome is excited to be back at the Civic. His Main Stage credits include You Can't Take it With You and Gigi. He has appeared in numerous other area shows including: Fahrenheit 451, Talking in Shadows, The Gospel According to Scrooge and The Christmas Post. more »

Maddy Green
Maddy is excited to be working on another show at Civic. She worked backstage for Thoroughly Modern Millie and ran lights for Catfish Moon. Maddy also stage managed for her school’s production of Legally Blonde. more »

Matt Day

Matt is humbled by the honor of stage managing for such an amazing production team. He wishes to thank his team of techs who will be joining him in making this show possible. Matt has been a local tech and theatre guru for the last 13 years working at nearly every local theatre as well as many high schools and churches. Much love to his family ... more »

Sara Nicholls

Sara  is excited to be returning to the Studio theatre. You may remember her from Catfish Moon last season. She would like to thank her husband, once again, for all his support while she indulges her acting bug!!

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Anika Bryceson

Anika has previously appeared in T"he Diary of Anne Frank" (Anne), "Fiddler on the Roof" (Tzeitle), "All Shook Up" (Natalie), "High School Musical 2" (Peaches), and "Eat Your Heart Out" (Dorris). She would like to thank her family and especially her Nana, for all their ... more »

Aubrey Shimek

Aubrey is in her fourth production at Civic. She recently wrapped up Songs for a New World, In Concert where she sang Soprano II/Alto I. Other roles include Shy from Civics’ production of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Belle in A Christmas Carol and Roxie Hart in Gonzaga's production of Chicago, The Musical. Aubrey would like ... more »

Beth Carey
Beth was most recently seen as Marcy Park in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee in the Firth J. Chew Studio Theatre. She also played the lead role in Sylvia in 2010. Beth is happy to be back on the Civic main stage for this show. more »

Cassie Coleman-Heppler

Cassie has been a volunteer since 2008. She has worked onstage, in Dixie Swim Club (Jeri Neal), and backstage in countless productions and shows. Most recently she created the headdresses for Gypsy. She enjoys making props as long as they don’t involve the use of glitter.

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Chelsea White
Chelsea has been studying voice with Andrea Dawson since she was 12 years old. She made her acting debut last March as Sam in the original screenplay Always during SCC'S annual Scenes of Life. This will be Chelsea's first production here at the Civic Theatre. more »

Daniel McKeever

Daniel is thrilled to be back on the Spokane Civic Theatre stage in this production of Kiss Me, Kate. Favorite theater credits include The Wild Party (Burrs), Rock of Ages (Lonny), Man of La Mancha (Cervantes), and God of Carnage (Alan Raleigh). He would like to thank his family and friends for ... more »

David J. Olson
David recently appeared in Thoroughly Modern Millie and last season's White Christmas, but has been performing his entire life. He would like to thank Marianne and Ben for this opportunity, and his best friend Mark for everything he has done. YeeHaw! more »

Ed Bryan

Ed and his wife have had the pleasure of attending Spokane Civic Theatre plays for over 40 years. He has been active as a performer at Civic for only about 6 years, but has been in theater productions around the Northwest for most of those 40 years. Jan, his wife of 53 years and a master quilter, was so excited about the fundraiser last ... more »

Emily Calasopa
Emily is thrilled to be in her first full main stage production! Favorite roles include: Lucy in Jekyll & Hyde, Sour Kangaroo in Seussical and Sonya in Godspell. Emily teaches private voice lessons and elementary school theatre in the area. She would like to thank Marianne, God, and her husband Clifford. Not necessarily in that order. more »

J.P. O'Shaugnesey
J.P. is a veteran Spokane stage and screen actor, having appeared most recently in The Sisters Rosensweig and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at Civic, The Miracle Worker at Interplayers and in the film "The Hit List" with Cuba Gooding, Jr. He also records books on CD. His favorite job is being a dad to his wonderful 11-year old daughter, ... more »

James Pendleton
James last appeared at Civic in South Pacific and in Hello, Dolly! Productions at SFCC include: Romeo & Juliet, The Importance of Being Earnest and Titus Andronicus, where he was nominated for an “Irene Ryan” acting scholarship more »

Janelle Frisque

Janelle has enjoyed wrangling this incredibly talented and fun group of guys. It’s been a very entertaining process. Janelle was last seen at Civic in Gypsy. Favorite shows include Amadeus, The Full Monty, W;t, and Little Shop of Horrors

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Julie I. Beeman
Julie is thrilled to be in this production. Her previous performances include: Fiddler on the Roof (Lake City Playhouse), Annie Get Your Gun (Spokane Civic Theater), The Sound of Music (Sunnyvale Community Players) and Fiddler on the Roof (Ohlone College). Julie is a member of the Northwest Opera Works. more »

Katherine Kennedy
Katherine is excited to begin her second show at Civic. Previous performances include: Annie Get Your Gun (Civic), Candide (EWU), Madame Butterfly, La Traviata, and Faust (Opera Coeur d’Alene) and Pagliacci (Spokane Opera). Ms. Kennedy received her BAE from Eastern Washington University and currently teaches elementary music and band in the ... more »

Lance Babbitt

Lance is happy to be back at Spokane Civic Theatre. His directing credits include Sordid Lives, Kiss Me Kate, Carousel, Music Man, and The 1940’s Radio Hour! Also known for his performances on stage, Lance recently performed in Disney’s The Little Mermaid at Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre and last ... more »

Larry Wooley


Larry is thrilled to work with his wonderful wife Tia and this exceptional cast and crew. Thanks to each and everyone who has come to watch this emotional thrill ride. Oh, and if you see me just say “hey” and I will know someone actually reads these bio’s. Enjoy our show!

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Lexie Hoffpauir
Lexi is thrilled to be in her third production at Spokane Civic Theatre. She has also performed in White Christmas, Annie Get Your Gun and as Tina Denmark in Ruthless! at EWU. She dedicates her performance to her awesome roommate Sara, and to her mom, who is her gift from God. more »

Liberty Brewster
Liberty is newly married and proud to be performing in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas for the 2nd time, having played the role of Beatrice in Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre's production of BLWIT several years ago. Her most recent performance at Civic was as Shelby Thorpe in The Spitfire Grill, for which she was nominated for a Spokie Award. more »

Lindsay Johns
Lindsay started dancing at the age of four in ballet classes. She continued with ballet, jazz, hip hop and modern dance throughout high school at Olympic Ballet School in Edmonds, WA. After graduation, she continued her dance education at Cornish College of Arts in Seattle. She graduated Cum Laude in 2008 with a BFA in dance. Since then, Lindsay ... more »

Marianne McLaughlin

Marianne earned her BFA in Theatre at EWU. As a Regional director and actor, she most recently directed The Producers for Civic and An Infinite Ache for Interplayers and appeared as Amanda in The Glass Menagerie at The Modern Theater Spokane and as Mama Rose in Gypsy at Civic. She has received multiple ... more »

Mark Hartley
Mark has taught for the last 18 years at St. John Vianney in Spokane Valley. He has been in several Civic Theater productions including 1776, Anne Get Your Gun as Pawnee Bill and Guys and Dolls. He has also performed in plays ranging from Oklahoma, Fiddler on the Roof and Jesus Christ Superstar. One of the things he enjoys the most is the Improv ... more »

Mathias Oliver

Mathias started acting at age five in the Best of Broadway production of Ragtime in 2000. Additional shows include: Civics’ Scrooge, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat, Freddy the Fish in Thumbelina at Theatre Arts for Children and Beauty and the Beast at University High School, where he is now cast in their school ... more »

Michel Nelson
Michel is excited to return to the Civic after a two year absence. Apparently the twelve step program doesn't work for actor types. Previous productions include: The Diary of Anne Frank, A Christmas Carol, All My Sons, and Laughing Stock. When not stalking the stage, Michel golfs, cycles, travels the west coast with his wife, and ace navigator, ... 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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