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Audrie Pursch

Audrie is ecstatic to portray Dotty in Noises Off and is very grateful to William Marlowe. “He’s a brilliant director and Dotty is a charming comedic challenge that I wouldn’t have conquered without his belief in me!” Audrie dedicates all her sweat and tears to her family and best friend, Arthur.

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Ian Ibanez

Ian has been studying audio for a few years and is extremely excited to have the opportunity to work with this talented cast. This is his first appearance outside of the Spokane Falls Community College Spartan Theatre.

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Jack Fogarty

Jack is thrilled to be in this show, his first in Spokane. He recently joined the Spokane communtiy seeking adventure and jacket weather after a lifetime in Texas. He is eternally grateful to his wonderful wife, Kelsey, who has tried her best, as well as the brilliant cast and crew of Noises Off, especially the endlessly patient ... more »



Jordan Davidson

Jordan is part of the ‘behind the scenes’ team for the first time. He has thoroughly enjoyed watching shows in the past and wanted to help make the magic happen. He is very thankful for the opportunity and hopes everyone likes the show!

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Kiara White

Kiara is working at Spokane Civic Theatre for the first time! She is thrilled to be working with such talented actors and hope that you will leave the theater laughing. She thanks her friends and family for support.

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Laticia Brannon

Laticia is happy to be making her Spokane Civic Theatre Main Stage debut with a good old fashioned comedy. Her more somber roles have included killing a child in A Turn of the Screw, attempted killing of a child in Bad Seed, and getting booed off the stage by America on America’s Got Talent. She sends ... more »


Rebecca Craven

Rebecca started performing at the age of 13. She took a sabbatical to raise her family and now is back working on her AFA at Spokane Falls Community College. Among her favorite past shows are Guys and Dolls (Adelaide), Noises Off (Vicki/Brooke), Into the Woods (Rapunzel), and Sweeney Todd (Johanna).

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Sara Edlin-Marlowe

Sara came to Spokane and taught at Gonzaga before she moved onto KPBX, where she served as Morning Edition host. Returning to teaching, she worked in Applied Education at Spokane Community College and in 2000 moved to Spokane Falls Community College where she has been ever since: teaching drama and communication classes, plus directing ... more »


Shakyla Hacker

Shakyla is working on her first show in almost a year and she is ecstatic! Shakyla is more than happy to be managing the props for such a fun show, and hopes you enjoy this knee-slapping comedy.

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Adell Whitehead

Adell, a veteran, has appeared in many productions. To name a few: For Colored Girls Who Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf, National Pastime, Having Our Say, A Raisin in the Sun, and Holding On~Letting Go. Adell attends Holy Temple COGIC. She sends a “shout out” to her husband William.

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Chris Jensen

Chris studied acting at Michigan State, worked as a theater critic in San Francisco, and spent last year teaching English in Istanbul. Recent stage credits include Equus and A Piece of My Heart at Stage Left and All Is Calm at the Modern. This is his Spokane Civic Theatre debut.

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Elizabeth (Liz) McAlpine

Liz a veteran director, stage manager and actress, has performed in many productions in Spokane. Some of her many credits include, National Pastime, Having Our Say, and The Miracle Worker. Ms. Liz attends Holy Temple COGIC, and sings with the Spokane Community Gospel Mass Choir. She enjoys anything purple.

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Jack Delehanty

Jack has directed nearly 120 productions over the past 40 plus years. He has acted and directed at the community, educational and professional levels. His work at Spokane Civic Theatre includes productions of Death of a Salesman, Cripple of Inishmaan, and National Pastime. He was happy to serve as Interim Artistic ... more »


Abbey Crawford

Abbey is thrilled to be back at Spokane Civic Theatre! Abbey is a director, actress, award winning vocalist and the region’s only trained cabaret singer. Other favorite Sondheim roles she’s portrayed; The Witch (Into The Woods) and Mrs. Lovett (Sweeney Todd). Her favorite role, however, is that of Mama to ... more »


Alex Barclay

Alex returns to Spokane Civic Theater stage for the first time since his role as Amahl in Amahl and the Night Visitors over thirty years ago. More recently he was the voice of Audry 2 in Ignite! Community Theater’s production of Little Shop of Horrors. Alex is thankful to be a part of such a gifted cast and crew. He ... more »


Amanda Edwards

Amanda wants to express her gratitude to the directors and cast of A Little Night Music for making this show possible. Amanda has a degree in music and is spending this winter eating truffles. This is her first production with Spokane Civic Theater.

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Amy Dawson

Amy is thrilled to be a part of A Little Night Music. Her favorite roles include; Martha in Christmas Schooner, Emma in Jekyll & Hyde: the Musical, Witch in Big Fish, and Ethel in The Music Man. She thanks her friends and family for always supporting her love of performing.

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Dacey Else

Dacey is a 13 year old homeschooler who is very excited to be making her Spokane Civic Theatre debut. You might have recently seen her at Theatre Arts for children in Snow White (Evil Queen) or the Spokane Valley Summer Theatre in Oliver! (Orphan). She wants to thank the artistic team for this opportunity and hopes you ... more »


Emilia Keener

Emilia is new to the Spokane Civic Theatre Family and feels blessed to be part of this wonderful production. She has performed with Washington East Opera, Northwest Opera, and Spokane Children’s Theater. Her favorite role to date has been Mrs. Corry in Mary Poppins. When not singing or performing, ... more »




Mary Olson

Mary has done Props for Spokane Civic Theatre on and off for many years. Worked many Playwright’s Forums and many Main Stage productions such as Night of the Iganuna, South Pacific, and The Mousetrap, to name a few. Now she is trying her hand at Lights.

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Robin Hill

Robin is thrilled to be a part of her first show at Spokane Civic Theatre! She is grateful to Lenny Bart for this opportunity, her family for being the best support and cheer squad possible, and all of the teachers and friends that have taught and inspired her along the way!

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Shannon Else

Shannon is excited to be working backstage in her first Spokane Civic Theatre production. She currently homeschools her three kids who are all active in the local theatre community. Thank you for coming to see A Little Night Music and suppotring live theatre in Spokane!

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Brooklyn Robinson

Brooklyn is thrilled to be part of her first Spokane Civic Theatre production! She is a graduate of Scripps College with a bachelors degree in Theatre. Recent credits include Feste in Twelfth Night and Costume Designer for A Piece of My Heart at Spokane Stage Left. Thank you and enjoy the show!

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Joni Elizabeth

Joni is thrilled to make her Spokane Civic Theater debut with such all-stars. She started acting in film, playing principle/lead roles in several shorts, and is a former co-host of Tour Stop, a music interview show on CMTV14. Joni most recently appeared on stage in The Laramie Project: 10 Years ... more »




Lenny Bart

Lenny is a classically trained professional actor and director, who has worked in the theatre for the past 35 years as actor, director, producer, stage manager, and designer. He’s worked with Tony winners, Emmy winners, stars of Broadway, film and TV. Lenny has directed and acted numerous world premieres, and ... more »






Emily Geddes

Emily is thrilled to be appearing in her first play at Spokane Civic Theatre. After a 17-year hiatus, she recently returned to the stage as the Fairy Godmother in Spokane Children’s Theatre’s Shrek. Emily is grateful for the support of her husband and three sons.

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Joe Smeader

Joe is making his debut at Spokane Civic Theatre. He graduated from Grand View University in Des Moines, Iowa and has played previous roles such as Major Robbie Ross’ in Our Country’s Good and Mr. Paravicini in The Mousetrap. Joe is looking to show his abilities at the Civic ... more »


Beth Ann Taylor

Beth dreamed of playing for musical theater when she saw her first production Guys and Dolls at the Warehouse Theater in Yakima. She was 14 and never imagined that 25 years later she would realize that dream. Since 2005 she has been lead keys for shows with CYT Spokane, and North Idaho CYT. She has musically ... more »


Jonathan Barnes

Jonathan is a 2013 graduate of the University of Alabama where he took voice lessons while earning a degree in Communications. New to Spokane, he has become active in the local theatre scene in the past few months. His favorite past roles include David Alexander in Amen Corner, Squash Bernstein in ... more »


Nick Wittman

Nick's most recent theatrical experience hails from Ignite! Community Theater (Unnecessary Farce; Hole In The Sky; Vanya, Sonja, Masha, and Spike; The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged, a production of Nora at Stage Left, and professional involvement with Opera CDA. Their name may ... more »


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