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Blake King-Krueger

Blake is originally from Eagle, Idaho and currently studies at SFCC (Associate of Fine Art in theater), he just got off a successful run in SFCC’s production of Twelfth Night (Sir Andrew Aguecheek). This is his third show at Spokane Civic Theatre, having performed in The Servant Of Two Masters (Mute Prompter) and ... more »

Bryan Harnetiaux (Playwright-In-Residence)

Bryan has been Playwright-in-Residence at Civic since 1982. Thirteen of his plays have been published, including adaptations of Ernest Hemingway’s The Snows of Kilimanjaro and The Killers, and Kurt Vonnegut Jr.’s Long Walk to Forever. His most recent full-length play, HOLDING ON~LETTING GO, ... more »

Kari Mentzer

Kari has performed for many local theatres including Interplayers, ARt, Spokane Civic Theatre, and Northwoods Performing Arts. She is very excited to return to the Civic Main Stage where she has previously performed in a number of plays and musicals. Kari has shared the Civic stage with her husband, Damon, in All My Sons where he ... more »

Kyle Ross

Kyle is very excited to be in his second production at Spokane Civic Theatre. He was one of the singers in the Easy to Love music revue last summer. Prior to moving to Spokane a year ago, Kyle was involved in several plays and musicals at the WSU School of Music and Regional Theatre of the Palouse in Pullman. He thanks the ... more »

Aaron Brock

Aaron last worked at Spokane Civic Theatre during The Mousetrap in 2014. He currently works for Imagine This... Community a non-profit, and works with Grange #456 in our local community of Clayton, Wa. Aaron serves as an Advisor to “The Preserve Historic Dinky Town” Minneapolis,MN, and with The Green Progressive ... more »

Ben Dyck

After being away for almost 15 years, Ben is pleased to be making his return to Civic. While “vacationing” in Roseburg, OR, he acted and directed in numerous productions at Umpqua Community College and Umpqua Actors Community Theatre (UACT). He also directed an annual children’s theatre production for Riverbend Live’s ... more »

Cecil Trail

Cecil is returning to the stage after a 3 year hiatus for military service. His last preformance was for EWU’s The Things They Carried. Although a musician at heart, Cecil wants to hone his acting skills and presence on stage. Cecil is pursuing a career in medicine through the US Army Reserves.

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Chris Brock

Chris last did sound for The Mousetrap in 2014. Currently works for “Created With Logs” a local log furniture company. He works part of “The Green Progressive Archive” of Spokane, cold shot “Our Journey” A Counter-Culture History Project (Filming), Imagine This...Community a non-profit, and ... more »

Daniel Griffith

Daniel is thrilled to be in his first Civic musical in the Studio! After focusing on learning this amazing craft of acting last year he’s so excited to get back to his singing roots with this wonderful cast and crew. And if he mistakes you for a Volkswagen be forgiving...

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Danielle Read

Danielle has been on stage for over 23 yrs. Some of her favorite have been The Marriage of Bette and Boo (Bette) at Ignite Theater. The Buddy Holly Story (Sherlie) at Spokane Civic Theater. She is the mother of two wonderful teenagers, Jade and Michael and has been married to the most amazing man, Joe, for 15 yrs! She ... more »

Jacklyn Herzog

Jacklyn is overjoyed to join Clue: The Musical for her first Civic role. She is a Civic box officer and a Theatre performance major from Whitworth University. Musical involvements there included Cradle Will Rock and Urinetown. She lives and breathes theatre and is beyond blessed to share her passion and be a part ... more »

Keith Dixon (Artistic Director)

Prior to joining Civic, Keith served as Managing Artistic Director with Theatre Baton Rouge for ten seasons. In that time he has directed over thirty-five shows for TBR and also directed for Miners Alley Playhouse (CO), Columbia University, Chandelier Theatre, and the American Theatre of Actors (NY) as well as companies in ... more »

Theresa Hauenstein

Theresa is ecstatic to make the change from being an audience member to taking an active role in her first production! She is honored to work with this wonderful cast and crew. Many thanks to her family and friends for their support, especially her awesome husband!

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Troy Heppner

Troy was last seen as in Civic’s production of The Foreigner (Froggy). He spends his days as a Software Applications Trainer and is thrilled to be participating in his first musical in over 15 years. An avid CLUE player as a child, ironically, Troy always insisted in playing Professor Plum.

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  April 2012