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Michelle Philbin
Michelle is thrilled to return to the Civic stage after playing Georgie in The Full Monty and Suzanne in Don’t Dress for Dinner last season. She would like to thank the cast and crew for all their hard work and her family and friends for their continued support. Yeehaw! more »

Penny Lucas

Panny has been active in community theatre since 1998. This is her 10th main stage play at Spokane Civic Theatre. She was most recently seen in This Almost Joy, the People’s Choice winner at the 2014 Playwright’s Forum Festival. She holds two secretarial jobs and directs a church hand chime choir.

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Phedre Burney-Peters

is happy to be back on the (Studio) stage, with this fantastic cast! Previous shows include: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Bingo, Annie, and Suds (Spokane Civic Theatre), The (Female) Odd Couple (Ignite!), Let’s Murder Marsha and Monster’s Anonymous (Empire ... more »


Scott Doughty

Scott is excited to return to Civic. Currently, he is performance faculty and technical director at SFCC Department of Drama. Over the past ten years, Scott has had the privilege of working with New York’s Ensemble Studio Theatre, ID Theatre (through the Seven Devils’ Playwriting Conference), Actor’s Repertory Theatre of the ... more »


Scott Miller

Scott is appearing in the Studio Theatre for the first time. He has however, been seen on the Main Stage in Escanaba in the Moonlight, Don't Dress for Dinner, and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.  Scott would like to thank all of his close friends who show their support by coming to see his performances, and especially his wife ... more »


Tabitha Revis
Tabitha is thrilled to be on Civic's Mainstage for the first time. She was recently seen at Lake City Playhouse in Sleeping Beauty and Into The Woods. In addition to Blue Room Improv for three years, she has also performed ballet, jazz, Celtic, belly dance and theatre through out high school. Tabitha will be attending NY Film Academy in ... more »

Tami Rotchford

Shortly after moving to Spokane in 1989, Tami appeared in Spokane Civic Theatre’s Studio Theatre production of Equus as Jill. She has also performed at many other area theatres over the past 26 years. Favorite Civic shows include Johnny Bull, As Bees In Honey Drown, The Baltimore Waltz, and String ... more »


Ted Redman

Ted is looking forward to again performing and bringing new plays from regional playwrights to Spokane's theatre patrons. A retired Air Force Intelligence Officer, he has appeared frequently with Civic, both on the Main Stage and in the Studio Theatre. Thanks for coming and enjoy the show!

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Wendy Klaue
Wendy hails from a long line of musical family, extending all the way from the Grand Ole Opry to the Civic stage. She thanks Marianne for inviting her along, as well as the great cast and crew for their amazing commitment and talent. more »

Ariel Winegar
Ariel is appearing in her first show at Civic, but not her first show. Last year she moved to Spokane from her hometown of Ellensburg, where she did Beauty and the Beast, Cases of Mistaken Identity and Orphan Train Riders. She is happy to discover community theater and have her Civic debut. more »

Chris LeBlanc
Chris is happy to be performing in his third production of A Christmas Carol, twice at Civic (both as Christmas Present) and once at Lake City Playhouse (as Scrooge). It is always nice to be a part of building Christmas memories for others, as well as yourself. Happy Holidays! more »

Collin Smoll
Collin is a home-schooled fifth-grader enjoying his first production with Civic Theatre. Other acting experience has included CYT Spokane, where his most recent role was Winthrop Paroo in The Music Man. Collin's hobbies include reading, imagining and watching the Green Bay Packers win. more »

Dennis Crumb
Dennis is an actor and backstage hand at Civic, Spokane Children's Theatre and CVHS. He was last seen as Teddy Slaughter in The Full Monty. Dennis dedicates this show to Ted and Jeannie Norton who don't have to appear as ghosts to remind us to give back and enjoy life. more »

Elizabeth Martin

Elizabeth is thrilled to be performing in this amazing show. She has recently enjoyed performing as the Sour Kangaroo in Seussical the Musical at the Spokane Civic Theatre. She would like to thank Keith Dixon, Henry McNulty, and Heidy Cartwright for this amazing opportunity.

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Grayson Paine

Grayson made his debut on the Civic stage as Tiny Tim in the 2011 production of A Christmas Carol. Since then, he has appeared in several commercials and in The Little Drummer Boy at Lake City Playhouse. Grayson wants to thank Tommy and Michelle for their support, and Troy for believing in him!

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Guillermo Mendoza
Guillermo “William” recently relocated from Seattle and is in his second play at Civic after completing a great run in A Christmas Carol. William is a senior at Joel E. Ferris and also attends SCC. He has grown to love the theatre and plans to audition again. more »

Gunnar Rorholm

Gunnar is a 7th grader at All Saints where he was previously seen in Dig It (Pharaoh King Zozer) and in The Nativity (Joseph). He was last on Civic’s main stage ... more »


Jasmine Smith
Jasmine is very excited to be making her Civic Theater debut! She has also performed in the plays “Nuts!”, “3”, “Rats!”, “Ala-Ad-Din” and “Pocahontas”. Jasmine is in third grade and enjoys acting, dancing, singing, reading, and spending time with friends and her family- especially her two younger sisters. more »

Joseph Stafford
Joseph was last seen as Nathan in The Full Monty. This is his third production at Civic on stage, having also appeared in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. Joseph enjoyed being the “mascot” for Civic’s A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. He’s a 7th grader at Garry and an avid X-box player! more »

Karsten Weber
Karsten started his career in voice overs at the age of three. He has inherited a good voice, great diction, a bright mind and some serious acting chops. At home, Karsten is a lion, dragon, thief or knight, depending on the story he is creating. This is his Civic stage debut. more »

Kathy Vela
Kathy is eager to be a part of this wonderful production, her first at Civic. Her passion began as a teenager when she assisted at the Footlighters Theater. Since then, she has learned much and is thankful to Troy for the opportunity to learn even more. Kathy hopes to use her knowledge to assist her in providing drama experiences for her ... more »

Kelly Phillips
Kelly is performing in his first show at Civic and would like to thank/blame his girlfriend for bringing him back to theatre after a long hiatus. His last memorable role was as a 14th Century Scottish warlord in SFCC's MacBeth. more »

Kristin Wilkinson
Kristin was last scene on the Civic stage in Man of LaMancha. Her passion for theatre was ignited in Seattle, where she was involved in several community theatre productions. Kristin’s favorite role (so far) has been Lady Larkin in Once Upon a Mattress more »


Lauralynn 'LuLu' Stafford

Lauralynn “Lulu” has been an actor, director, stage manager, teacher and mentor for 40 years. Her favorite memories are: Missoula Children’s Theatre, Roller Derby, The Tempest (Trinculo), Sordid Lives (Sissy), Nuts (Claudia), Oliver! (Nancy) and the PNW premiere of The Commedia ... more »


Makayla Marang
Makayla is a seventh grade student at North Pines Middle School. Most of her interests involve her love for performing, whether it is acting, singing or dancing. But it doesn’t stop there: she has a passion for playing sports such as basketball, softball and volleyball. Her goal in life is to be a success! more »

Mark Rochon
Mark got into theater with his son Marshall. He has enjoyed being in The Full Monty at Civic and The Boxcar Children and Willy Wonka for Spokane Children’s Theatre. “Thanks to Marshall and my family for their support.” more »

Marshall Rochon

Marshall started his theater career at age six. His first play was when he was eight in A Christmas Carol in 2008. Since then he has done several plays. This production he decided to stay behind the scenes and enjoy doing props with his mother.

 

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Michelle Holland

Michelle has produced numerous shows at various local theatres over the past 19 years, most recently the sold-out production of Jesus Christ Superstar at Lake City Playhouse. She has been involved with six AACTFest shows, most recently Spokane Civic Theatre’s 2015 entry, Orphans. Michelle was honored to receive the 2016 ... more »


Millie Paine

Millie is overjoyed to be part of this production! Past Civic shows include Gypsy (Young Louise) and A Christmas Carol (Fan). Much love to Jillian, Heather, and her on and offstage families for their support. “Troy, thank you for filling my childhood with moments I will cherish always!”

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Patrick Treadway

Patrick, multi-media artist, returns to Civic having directed Six Women with Brain Death and Nunsense, and playing lead roles in My Favorite Year, Big River, Kiss Me, Kate, A Child’s Christmas in Wales, Cabaret, Angry Housewives, A Funny Thing ... more »


Scott Mackay

Scott is so excited to be making his second appearance on Spokane Civic Theatre’s Main Stage. Notable roles include, Ensemble in Rent at Lake City Playhouse and Young Marley in A Christmas Carol at Civic. Scott always enjoys working with Troy and the amazing, talented people he casts in his shows and this time ... more »


Sheryl Martin
Sheryl is from Regina, Saskatchewan Canada and moved to the US to attend college. She has four daughters and began sewing when her two oldest daughters were two and three. She wanted to make cute Halloween costumes and hasn’t stopped sewing and crafting since. “I'm honored to have been asked to costume the puppets for Christmas Carol.” more »


Troy Nickerson

Troy has directed countless productions at nearly every local theatre. Recent favorites on Civic’s main stage include Nunsense A-Men!, Fiddler on the Roof, A Christmas Carol, and The Full Monty. Most recently, he directed a critically-acclaimed production of Equus for Stage Left. Other credits include ... more »


Amanda Kern
Amanda moved from Chicago following friends and family. She is very excited to be working with such a talented cast and crew and to discover what it takes to manage a show. She thanks God for this opportunity to use her talents and skills and her family and friends for their encouragement. more »

Dawn Taylor Reinhardt

Dawn studied theater at the Northern College of Speech and Drama in Oldaham England. She has since traveled the globe working as an actor, director and production manager. She is residing in Spokane ... more »


Doug Dawson

Doug Dawson (Thenardier) has been seen in numerous productions in the area. He has a B.A in Theatre from EWU. Doug would like to thank you, the audience for being the most important part of theatre.

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Janice Abramson

Janice is excited to start her 42nd year with Spokane Civic Theatre working on West Side Story. She is on Spokane Civic Theatre’s Board of Directors. She works fulltime for Spokane Public Schools and part-time for Spokane Chiefs Hockey Club and TicketsWest. She would like to thank her family for their continuous support.

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Jeanette Brenner

Jeanette Brenner started with Spokane Civic Theatre about 9 years ago.  She would like to thank Civic for honoring her with the Dorothy Darby Smith Volunteer of the year award.  Jeanette always welcomes the challenge that each production brings.  When not at the theater you can find Jeanette at Alicia's Salon on 25th or ... more »


Laticia Widman
Laticia is uber-thrilled to be in her first Civic production. This is her first show in the area after moving from Los Angeles where her favorite performances include Bad Seed, Dracula, and appearing on America’s Got Talent. “Thanks to my precious family for your kind counsel and loving support.” Psalm 40:1-5 more »

Maureen Purdy

Maureen has done everything: kid-wrangling, makeup, props, sound, chorus, dresser, producer, and lights. She especially enjoyed working with the late Patty Duke in The Glass Menagerie and Jack Bannon in Our Town. She thanks the terrific staff and volunteers at Spokane Civic Theatre.

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Susan Hardie

Susan has directed or appeared in scores of productions throughout Spokane. Directing projects include Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Fiction, and 2013 AACT State Festival winner The Turn of the Screw at Spokane Civic Theatre, and ‘Night Mother at The Modern Cd’A. Performances include roles in The ... more »


Toni Cummins

Toni has been associated with Spokane Civic Theatre in a many capacities for a number of years and was delighted to share in a bit of the magic that the talented cast and committed creative team now present for your enjoyment.

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Amy Schoedel
Amy is very pleased to be a part of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Previously, at the Civic Theatre, she enjoyed performing in Godspell and Assassins. Recently, she was also seen in Lake City Playhouse's Urinetown and Jekyll & Hyde. Thanks to Jim, her friends, and family for always supporting her love of theatre. more »

Andrea Olsen

Andrea Dawson Olsen (Fantine) recently married to Drew Olsen, has been involved in numerous theatre productions in the Spokane/Coeur d'Alene area. During the day she teaches voice at North Idaho College and Holy Names Music Center. She is thrilled to be a part of this production!

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Dalin Tipton
Dalin made his Civic debut last season in Metamorphoses. He has also appeared in North Central’s production of Big River as Huck, and received the Firth Avenue Award for lead actor. more »

David McCarthy

Last time Kathie directed David was in 2001’s Pinocchio. David is grateful for the support of his girlfriend, and everyone that has watched him grow as a performer at Civic throughout the years. Favorite Civic roles include Fred Anderson in A Christmas Carol, Professor Plum Clue the Musical, and Grantaire Les Misérables.

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Evan Achten

Evan Achten (Set Crew) is a 13-year-old who fell in love with theatre when he was only six.  He was last seen in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat as Benjamin and as Jim Hawkins in Treasure Island. This is his second time working spotlight. He thanks Tia for suggesting him for the show, and his amazing family for their ... more »


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