Cat is stoked to be part of Disney’s "Beauty and the Beast". Growing up in California, she has had the pleasure of being in the ensembles of Disney’s "Beauty and the Beast", "Thoroughly Modern Millie," and "South Pacific". She is beyond excited to be working with such ... more »
Chardon is excited to make his Spokane Civic Theatre debut. Chadron teaches at Eastern Washington University, and over the years has performed in The Nerd (Willum), Guys and Dolls (Benny), and various musical variety shows. He would like to thank his wife for the push to get back on stage.
Charisa is excited for this show. Previous roles include Linoleum in The Great American Trailer Park Musical, Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof , and Florinda in Into the Woods . Charisa is also a songwriter. Watch her music video, “Gone” on Youtube by searching Charisa Faith!more »
Emily is incredibly excited to be making her debut at Spokane Civic Theatre! Originally from Naselle Washington, Emily’s currently studying at Whitworth University as a theatre major and a dance minor. She would like to thank her parents, family, and friends for all their constant love and support!more »
This is the third time Kris has been in Guys and Dolls. He played Nathan Detroit at Woodland Theatre in Kettle Falls and Lt. Brannigan at Modern-Coeur d’Alene. Kris has enjoyed working on stage and back stage for over 45 years. He’s glad to be back ‘home’ at Civic.
Todd was last seen on the Civic stage as Malcolm in The Full Monty . His Civic credits include Randy ( Curtains ), Samuel ( Pirates of Penzance ), and Jimmer ( Escanaba in Da Moonlight). He has also been seen locally as Arthur Dimmesdale ( The Scarlet Letter ), Mark ( RENT ), Taylor ( ... more »
Diana is delighted to be making her Civic Theatre acting debut. Previous roles include Polly Wyeth in Other Desert Cities , Ruth Steiner in Collected Stories , (The Modern Theatre Spokane), and Vivian Bearing in Wit (Lake City Playhouse). Diana is Chair of the Theatre Department at Whitworth University ... more »
Jen is once again happy to team up with Susan and the Civic. Her Sound/Sound Design experience began with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Civic). Since then she has used those skills at the Modern (Spokane) for Reasons to be Pretty/Happy and Other Desert Cities , as well as EWU’s Steel Magnolias ... more »
Eric is very excited to be in this production. Eric has been in previous Spokane Civic Theater productions, including Pinkalicous (Mr. Pinkerton) and Sleepy Hollow: A Musical Tale (Ichabod Crane). Eric would like to thank his family and friends, Chris Taylor and everyone else at the Civic Theater who have helped ... more »
Paige is in her second show through Spokane Civic Theater’s Academy. She is going to be a freshman at Lewis and Clark High School. Recent credits include “Annie” (Miss.Hannigan) “13 The Musical” (Kendra), and the title role in “Disney’s Mulan” . She is very excited to be a part of this ... more »
Veteran actor J P O’Shaughnessy (On Golden Pond, The Mousetrap, Second Samuel) is enjoying taking a break and working backstage on this show. “I’m learning some new stuff, and I just like hanging out with these folks”
Elizabeth joined the Spokane theater community when she took the opportunity to join the prop team for Be Careful What You Wish at Stage Left Theater. Since then Elizabeth has enjoyed doing props for Other Desert Cities, Lucky Me and, Last of the Boys at The Modern Theater.more »
Esa is delighted to work with such an amazing group of talented and creative people during this production. She was last seen on the Civic Stage in Playwright’s Forum Festival. Esa thanks her family and everyone who has supported her in this endeavor.more »
Kathleen chairs Theatre and Dance at Gonzaga. Previous experience with Stoppard includes directing Arcadia in an Oxford college garden. A 'dramaturg’ provides contextual information to the director, cast and crew. She thanks Colleen McLean for her assistance, and Stacy Taninchev and Julia Staykova for help with the Russian.more »
Kearney wears many hats here at Spokane Civic Theatre, where she serves as the Community Relations
Director and Academy Producer. She is excited to make a brief return to the stage in It’s A Wonderful Life: Radio Play on December 23rd& 24th. Much thanks to Bryan and Chris for all of their hard ... more »