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Something's Afoot

Something's Afoot show program

M A INS TAGE

presents

Lyrics, music, and book by James McDonald, David Vos, and Robert Gerlach
By special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc, New York

Oct. 24-26, 30-Nov. 2, and Nov. 6-8 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 9 at 2 p.m.

2007-2008 Media and Advertising Sponsors

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Like most people, I love a good mys- possible.” “It was so difficult to do
tery. I love the clichés and rules of that the idea had fascinated me. ...
the genre. I love the eccentric detec- I wrote the book after a tremendous
tive faced with solving the impossible amount of planning, and I was pleased
mystery wherever he or she turns. Few with what I had made of it.” I imagine
things excite me as much as curling up that she enjoyed the sheer cheekiness
with a tale of murder and intrigue that of the work and delighted in that she
takes place in a proper English country may have pulled one over on her loyal
manor on a dark and stormy night. readers.

Something’s Afoot premiered on Broad- Though it was written as a spoof of the
way in May 1976 and had a criminally genre, Something’s Afoot is, in reality,
short run of 61 performances (pun more of a love-letter to Christie, Conan
intended). For whatever reason, it Doyle, and the other specialists of the
never caught on with New York audi- genre. A spoof is meant to skewer its
ences. However, since its inception, target, but here, the fun that it pokes at
Something’s Afoot has experienced a mysteries is light-hearted and, at times,
long and distinguished life on regional deferential. The fun in this play comes
and community stages, and as a 1984 in recognizing the formulaic elements
TV movie starring Andy Gibb and Jean of the genre and enjoying how they are
Stapleton. It has become a cult favorite twisted ever so slightly.
and a darling of connoisseurs of the
mystery genre. So sit back, curl up with our own little
dark and stormy night, and see if you
Something’s Afoot is primarily a spoof can solve “who-dunnit” before the
of Agatha Christie’s famous Ten Little characters. The game is afoot!
Indians (aka And Then There Were
None) which is, essentially, Christie’s Greg Parmeter
spoof of her own work and the mys- Artistic Director
tery genre. One of the most carefully
planned of Christie’s mysteries, she
herself considered the plot “near-im-

Lobby Gallery

Artist Phyllis Martino grew up and painted in La Crosse for the
in Lansing, Iowa, a beautiful town past twenty years, specializing in
along the Mississippi River. In 1973, pastels and oils and joyfully dabbling
she moved to La Crosse and began in watercolors. She shares her passion
pursuing her interest in painting. The for art through volunteer work and
towns, landscapes, and neighborhoods teaching private art lessons to people
of the Mississippi valley region offer of all ages.
her endless ideas. Using transparent
watercolors, fluid acrylics, and oil LCT welcomes you to browse the
pastels, she is most interested in gallery. All pieces are for sale, and
capturing the light and how it falls on 25% of the purchase price will be
her subject. Mary Thompson has a donated to La Crosse Community
bachelor of fine arts degree in drawing Theatre. To make a purchase, please
and painting from the University of ask at the box office. Thank you for
Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She has lived your patronage!

Auditions

Auditions for Yes, Virginia ...: Oct. 27 & 28

2008-2009 Shows Godspell: Dec. 8 & 9

For detailed synopses and character Twelfth Night: Feb. 2 & 3, 2009
descriptions, please visit our website,
lacrossecommunitytheatre.org. Please The Producers: March 23 & 24, 2009
call 784-9292 to schedule an audition
time or for more information. Masquerade: May 11 & 12, 2009

This year’s radio production, Bring
your
“The Dunwich Horror,” ticket stub from
Something’s
an adaptation of the book by H. P. Lovecraft, Afoot and get
will be broadcast live from the WIZM 1410 $2.00 off admis-
studio, 201 State St., on Halloween, Friday, sion! Or come in
Oct. 31, at 8 p.m.. For tickets, please contact costume and
our box office at 784-9292. get $1.00
off!
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great food!” to support the arts in our community. Terence R.Collins
Brent P.Smith
serving lunch and dinner daily Peder G.Arneson
serving brunch Saturday & Sunday Ellen M.Frantz
Gregory S.Bonney
Hackberry’s Bistro Thomas H.Taylor
Michael L.Stoker
above the People’s Food Co-op Brian G.Weber
315 Fifth Ave. So. downtown La Crosse Joseph G.Veenstra
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608.784.5798 ext. 243 Scott A.Kissinger
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Theatre Education

Get in the Act! Photography by Theresa M. Smerud

There is still time to get in the ACT Lori Portner
this season. NOW is the time to
sign up for the Winter Term of our LCT Education Director
School of Theatre Arts. The Winter
Term runs Jan. 5 – March 9, 2009,
and will focus on scene study that
involves developing script-derived
acting skills. Classes fill up very
fast! Scholarships are available!
Don’t miss out! Call Lori at 784-
9292, ext. 5, to sign up.

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The 2008-2009 Season

To Kill a Mockingbird ...........................................Sept. 5-7, 11-14, and 18-21

Based on Harper Lee’s book and adapted by Christopher Sergel, To Kill a Mockingbird tells the
tale of Scout, a young girl in a small southern town about to experience dramatic events that will
affect the rest of her life. The play recounts how a local trial about controversial racial issues can
stir a town into a frenzy. Scout must understand what it means to stand up for what is right as her
father defends a young black man wrongfully accused of a grave crime. The family faces hostility
throughout the trial. The play offers a twist as the audience becomes the jury overseeing the young
man’s trial. This meaningful work of art is meant to challenge one’s own beliefs in justice.

Something’s Afoot..............Oct. 24-26, 30-Nov. 2, and Nov. 6-9 (Patrons’ Pick)

This musical spoof about the detective genre, mostly based on works by Agatha Christie, involves a
group of people invited to the estate of Lord Dudley Rancour. When the host is found dead, all race
to discover whodunit. Chaos ensues as one after another of the guests is killed. The musical, with
lyrics, music, and book by James McDonald, David Vos, and Robert Gerlach, is a comical journey
with a surprise twist at the end.

Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus..................... Dec. 12-14 and 19-21

Virginia O’Hanlon is an eight-year-old girl looking for the answers to whether Santa Claus is real
by writing a letter to the editor of the New York Sun in 1897. A veteran editor, Frank P. Church
knows the girl deserves a truthful answer. Based on real events, the play is narrated by the editor of
the Sun and puts the wonder back into Christmas from the views of a child and adult, making you
believe that Santa Claus “exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist…”

Godspell ............................. Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 5-8, and 12-15 (AACT Festival Entry)

Godspell takes parables, mostly from the Gospel of Matthew, and modernizes them with energetic
force and creative twists to the 1970s. Jesus and his disciples, portrayed as hippies, sing their way
through his life, from Jesus’ baptism by John the Baptist to the passion of Christ. This colorful hip-
pie romp through the gospels is a classic for kids of all ages and should not be missed!

Twelfth Night .................................................... Mar. 20-22, 26-29, and Apr. 2-5

As with most Shakespeare comedies, Twelfth Night deals with lots of mistaken identity. Viola is
shipwrecked and loses sight of her twin brother, Sebastian. She masquerades as a young page for
Duke Orsino until she can find her brother. The duke takes her in as a confidant to help him court
Lady Olivia. But Olivia has developed a fancy for Orsino’s new page. Meanwhile, Viola falls in
love with her master, who still believes she is a man. The love triangles become more complex as
the steward Malvolio believes Lady Olivia is really secretly in love with him. All is finally revealed
when Sebastian returns and marries Lady Olivia, who mistakes him for Viola disguised as the page.

The Producers......................................................... May 8-10, 14-17, and 21-24

Mel Brooks’ comedy The Producers is truly a hit, winning a record 12 Tony® Awards and wowing
audiences. A down-on-his-luck Broadway producer and his well-mannered accountant scheme to
produce the most notorious flop in Broadway’s history, thereby bilking their backers out of millions
of dollars. Only one thing goes awry: the show is a smash hit! At the core of the insanely funny
adventure is a poignant emotional journey of two very different men who become friends.

Masquerade: A Magical Evening ........................... June 18-21 and 25-28

They say “variety is the spice of life,” so let us spice up your life with Masquerade, a variety
show filled with music, dance, and the spoken word, performed by the very talented youth of our
community. Enjoy music from shows such as Wicked, Les Miserables, and The Phantom of the
Opera. Enjoy scenes from classical to contemporary theatre that will leave you thrilled and eager
for more. You’re sure to enjoy this special evening of talent and skill you won’t soon forget.

Season Tickets

Pick 5 (of the 6 remaining shows) $81 Name(s)____________________________
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Stocking Stuffer (the last 4 shows) $55 City/State/ZIP________________________
Phone _________(work) _________(home)
* Season ticket holders may reserve their
seats one week before the public; patrons, _______________________(mobile)
two weeks. Patrons who donate $100 or E-mail______________________________
more may reserve their seats as soon as
they know their schedule (subject to avail- Pick 5 (of the 6 remaining shows)
ability). Reservations are required and
seats are not guaranteed after public ticket ____ $81 $_______
sales begin.
Stocking Stuffer (last 4 shows)
For more information, call 608-784-9292 or
visit www.lacrossecommunitytheatre.org. ____ $55 $_______

Single Tickets Patron Donation* $________

Musicals *Donate $50 and order tickets two weeks before the
“Something’s Afoot,” “Godspell,” public. Donate $100 or more and reserve your seats
and “The Producers” for any show as soon as you know your schedule!
General tickets, Friday or Saturday: $20.50
TOTAL $_______
Thursday or Sunday: $19.50
Student/military tickets, Thursday or ○ Check enclosed (payable to LCT)
Sunday: $10 ○ MasterCard ○VISA ○Discover

Student rush tickets (if available 30 Card # ______________________________
minutes prior to show time, Friday or
Saturday): $10 Exp. __/__ Signature___________________

Plays Mail to: LCT, P.O. Box 1852,
“To Kill a Mockingbird,” La Crosse, WI 54602-1852

“Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa
Claus,” and “Twelfth Night”
General tickets, Friday or Saturday: $18.50

Thursday or Sunday: $17.50
Student/military tickets, Thursday or
Sunday: $10

Student rush tickets (if available 30
minutes prior to show time, Friday or
Saturday): $10

Youth Production

“Masquerade: A Magical Evening”
Adults: $10
Children: $5

LCT Staff

Executive Director .............................................................................................Allen Ebert
Artistic Director ............................................................................................Greg Parmeter
Box Office Supervisor....................................................................................Eric Severson
Education Director ............................................................................................Lori Portner
Scenic Designer/Tech Director ...................................................................Dillon McArdle
Costume Designer..................................................................................... Mandy Parmeter
Volunteer Coordinator....................................................................................Sheryl Clouse
House Managers........................................... Sheryl Clouse, Jeremiah Galvan, Sue Kundy,
.................................................................................................. Lori Portner, Eric Severson

Board of Directors

President............................................................................................................. Tom Brock
1st Vice President...............................................................................................Cary Heyer
2nd Vice President .............................................................................................. Phil Addis
Treasurer ........................................................................................................... Chuck Roth
Secretary ................................................................................................Nancy Korn-Smith
Past President .....................................................................................................John Lyche
Members at Large ........................ David Amborn, Kenna Christians, Michael J. Hartigan,
...............................................................................Dar Isaacson, Krin Krause, Vicky Kunz

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Production Crew

Light Board Operator....................................................................................Jen Roberdeau
Sound Board Operator ......................................................................................Andy Krage
Set Construction................................................................ Dillon McArdle, Greg Parmeter
Set Painting ........................ Kate Kersten, Sharon Markee, Jerry Powell, Megan Remmen
Costume Construction.....................................Leslie Bates, Betty Lamb, Mandy Parmeter
Run Crew ................................................................................... Ben Harbst, Bernie Keller
Pyrotechnics Operator.........................................................Dillon McArdle, Bernie Keller
Season Brochure Design ......................................................................... Vendi Advertising
Photography .............................................................Ellickson Studio and Theresa Smerud
Historians ....................................................................Dawn Anderson, Diane Hoffmeister
Mailing Crew ..........Al Baker, Angie Baker, Dianne Baker, Emil Hanson, Ginny Hanson,
................. Bev Heebsch, Carol Knox, Linda Krueger, Lorrie Oestricher, Delores Pierson,
................................................Sue Quale, Connie Stockdale, Janet Tenner, Evelyn Weibel
Ushers (To Kill a Mockingbird) ....................Bill Adams, Linda Adams, Dawn Anderson,
... Kristie Arens*, Angie Baker, Dianne Baker, Becki Bamber, Steve Bamber, Addie Bott,
.............Clem Bott, Karol Bott, Debbie Brown, Kadee Brown, Hattie Bestul, Kurt Bestul,
Libby Bestul, Bob Bilskemper, Carol Copsey, Jeff Copsey, Trink Copsey, Kathy DuBois,
...................... Emil Hanson, Ginny Hanson, Jeff Illstrup, MacKenzie Klipp, Robin Klipp,
.............. Cindy Kreibich*, Charlene Krocker, Jim Markos, Linnea Mueller, Kyle Olson*,
.................... Jeannie Pope, Sue Quale, Donella Sarauer*, Mary Jane Snow, Laurie Soffa,
Laurie Sonsalla*, Heather Suby*, Sherri Swan, Bill Tenner, Evelyn Weibel, Amber Zabel
Concessions (To Kill a Mockingbird) ............. Angie Baker, Dianne Baker, Hattie Bestul,
........Libby Bestul, Phil Crary, Mike Herro, Sharon Markee, Linnea Mueller, Ken Lerum,
.............................. Nancy Lerum, Andrea Nerby, Tom Nigon, Blais Portner, Lori Portner,
............................................... Rachel Portner*, Nick Springer, Sherri Swan, Amber Zabel
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45TH SEASON 297TH PRODUCTION

La Crosse Community Theatre presents

Something’s Afoot

Lyrics, music and book by James McDonald, David Vos, and Robert Gerlach
By special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., New York

Season Media Sponsors are La Crosse Radio Group and WXOW TV-19.
The Season Marketing Sponsor is Vendi Advertising.

Director .............................................................................................Greg Parmeter
Music Director ......................................................................... Mary Blaha-Deboer
Choreographer......................................................................Lindsay Krautkramer*
Dance Captain..................................................................................... Karissa Lade
Costume Designer......................................................................... Mandy Parmeter
Scenic Designer ............................................................................. Dillon McArdle
Lighting Designer ................................................................................ Andy Krage
Pyrotechnics Designer ........................................................................... Dan Heerts
Stage Manager ...................................................................................... Jeff Copsey
Sound Designer.............................................................................. Dillon McArdle
Props Masters.............................................Dawn Anderson and Bonnie Jo Bratina

Cast List

Lettie (the saucy maid)......................................................................Karissa Lade*
Flint (the caretaker)....................................................................... Andrew Manson
Clive (the butler) ................................................................................ David Storlie
Hope Langdon (the ingenue) .............................................................. Kelley Bates
Dr. Grayburn (the family doctor) .................................................. Allan J. Johnson
Nigel Rancour (the dissolute nephew).................................................Mike Adank
Lady Grace Manley-Prowe (the grand-dame) .................................. Janet Reuteler
Colonel Gillweather (the old army man) ............................................... Tim Harris
Miss Tweed (the tweedy, elderly amateur detective) .......Jennifer Marie Burchell*
Geoffrey (the juvenile)....................................................................... Ken Schelper
Lord Dudley Rancour .............................................................. J. Michael Hartigan

*Denotes LCT debut

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Something’s Afoot

Time: Late Spring, 1935
Place: Rancour’s Retreat, the country estate of Lord Dudley Rancour,
located on an island on the middle of a lake, somewhere in the English
lake district.

ACT ONE FIFTEEN-MINUTE INTERMISSION

“A Marvelous Weekend” ACT TWO
“Something’s Afoot”
“Carry On” “The Legal Heir”
“You Fell Out of the Sky”
“I Don’t Know Why I Trust You
(But I Do)” “Dinghy”
“I Owe It All”
“The Man With the Ginger Mustache”
“Suspicious” “New Day”

There will be one 15-minute intermission pager for you. Hearing assistance equip-
for this show. Beverages and cookies will ment is available in the box office.
be served in the lobby. Only water and
soda bottles with caps (sold at the theatre) The photographing, videotaping, or other
are permitted in the theatre. video or audio recording of this production
is strictly prohibited. Due to space limita-
Please turn off cell phones and pagers or tions, audience members are not allowed
check them in the box office. The house backstage. Please wait in the theatre to
manager can monitor your cell phone or meet cast and crew members.

Acknowledgments

CC106.3 La Crosse Tribune Special thanks to:
WIZM & Z-93 Geri Parlin Michael Kruse
WKTY/WRQT Terry Rindfleisch Valley of La Crosse
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WHLA Mike Hayes Powell Painting & Papering
WKBH Bob Schmidt
WXOW TV-19 Randy Erickson
WLFN Debbie Brague
WKBT-TV Lucy Lemar
WLAX-TV John & Jacklyn
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Who’s Who

VENDI ADVERTISING is our market- and Cubs baseball
ing sponsor and LA CROSSE RADIO (“This is the year!”).
GROUP and WXOW TV-19 are our Most recently her
media sponsors this season. We thank performances with
them all for their generosity and com- LCT include as
mitment to La Crosse Community Mayella Ewell in
Theatre.
To Kill a Mocking-
MIKE ADANK (Ni- bird and as Molly
gel Rancour) is the Ralston in The
director of videog- Mousetrap. She has also appeared else-
raphy at Itechra in where in a variety of other performanc-
Winona. He enjoys es, including as Marta in Company, as
punting, hiking, Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie,
painting, biking, and as Peter in Peter Pan. Kelley loves
cards, dominoeing, working with the theatre because it
swimming, row- allows her to “leave the world behind,
ing, croquet and tanqueray. His most even for a short amount of time.” She
memorable performance with LCT was would like to thank Greg and Mary;
as Tony in You Can’t Take It With You. her best friend, Mike; and her personal
He has appeared elsewhere as Max gripper, Andy.
in Lend Me A Tenor and as Gary in
Noises Off and enjoys working in the MARY BLAHA-DEBOER
theatre because it allows him to “es- (Music Director) is a substitute teach-
cape reality for a few hours every day.” ing assistant and secretary with the
Mike would like to thank Greg for the School District of La Crosse and is
opportunity to be here and his friends a Tastefully Simple consultant. She
and family, especially Andy and Kel- participated in the chorus for Damn
ley, for all their support. Yankees and as the music director for
The Sound of Music. She also played
KELLEY BATES (Hope Langdon) is a the keyboard for Pippin and the piano
medical transcriptionist for Gundersen for Guys and Dolls in productions
Lutheran. She enjoys Vikings football outside LCT. She loves to spend time
with her husband and daughters and

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2008-2009 SEASON TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE!

See the order form on page 7.
To learn more, call 608-784-9292 or visit lacrossecommunitytheatre.org.

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Who’s Who

is a cantor at the Newman Center. She Theatre, Holmen
enjoys that LCT “gives people of all Community The-
ages the chance to experience life on atre and the Pump
the stage and to learn how the magic of House Regional Arts
theatre is created.” Mary would like to Center. Jeff likes to
thank Allen for trusting in her, Greg for play poker, bridge,
the fun and great rehearsals, and her pool, and bowling,
family for “letting her do her thing.” all of which he says
come “second to the
JENNIFER theatre” and he loves to talk about his
MARIE grandchildren. He says the “openness”
BURCHELL* of LCT is his favorite thing and that
(Miss Tweed) is ANYBODY (even he) can audition and
pleased to be making act or work with the theatre. He would
her LCT debut. She like to thank his family for telling him
made her stage debut to “put up or shut up, either audition or
at age 10 as a cat in stop talking about how I would have
Pied Piper, and has done it.”
appeared elsewhere as Mabel in The
Pirates of Penzance, and as Elizabeth TIM HARRIS
in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Jen- (Col. Gillweather)
nifer is active with Christ Episcopal is the general man-
Church and is proud to be a supporter ager of Mr. Sandless
of the La Crosse District Pipes and Wood Floor Refin-
Drums, where she is learning to play ishing. He enjoys
the tenor drum. She says that the the- disk golfing, travel-
atre allows her to be a “natural ham.” ing, and watching
She would like to thank Brian and Jane Chicago Bears
Murphy, The Fitting Knit Shop, and football. He most recently appeared
Euel Bailey. with LCT as Mr. Gilmer in To Kill a
Mockingbird and he appreciates LCT’s
JEFF COPSEY (Stage Manager) is commitment to bringing theatre arts
retired from the Navy and has been to the area. He would like to thank his
involved with more than 40 shows at parents and the cast and staff of LCT
LCT. His most memorable performanc- for being a joy to work with.
es include his very first role as Harvey
in Judge Gaffney and as D.A. Stock- ALLAN JOHNSON (Dr. Grayburn)
ard in Seventh Monarch. He has also works for Quillin’s Foodfest, and his
worked with Appleseed Community most memorable roles with LCT were

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Who’s Who

as Moonface Martin KARISSA LADE*
in Anything Goes (Lettie) is a sopho-
and in My Fair Lady. more at Viterbo
He enjoys 49ers University and is
football, walking, majoring in music
and cooking. Allan theatre. She has pre-
says that LCT allows viously performed
the opportunity to with The Milwaukee
“meet old and new Rep. and First Stage
actors on stage” and the stage is “an- Milwaukee and is pleased to be mak-
other world” for him. He would like to ing her LCT debut. She loves musical
thank Greg for helping him in this play theatre, celebrity gossip, and trips to
and Tom for “understanding how an Starbucks.
actor works for a play.”
ANDREW
LINDSAY MANSON (Flint)
KRAUTKRAMER* is a history major
(Choreographer) at Viterbo Univer-
is a sophomore at sity and loves to
Viterbo University play/watch sports
and is majoring in (“Go Cubs this
music theatre. This year!”), and spends
is her LCT debut. his time working to
Her previous theatre get people to vote in November (“Go
credits elsewhere include the roles of VOTE!”). His most memorable per-
Daisy Mae in Li’l Abner and Smitty in formances with LCT include the adult
Josh Baskin in Big, the Musical and
How to Succeed in Business Without Christopher Wren in The Mousetrap.
Really Trying. She enjoys dancing, He appeared elsewhere as Jimmy in
playing piano, singing, working out, Thoroughly Modern Millie, as Mal-
and spending time with family and com in The Full Monty, and as Jester
friends. Lindsay likes being able to in Once Upon a Mattress. He says he
create a relationship with the other enjoys LCT because he “can be loud
actors on stage, which really affects and obnoxious and it’s okay.” Andrew
the audience. She thanks her boyfriend, would like to thank Greg and Mary,
Andy, and roommates Karissa, Laura, his family, his great friend Mike “for
Katie, and Romi for being her guinea walking with Kelley and me,” and
pigs for choreography and listening to Kelley for being such a lovely gal.
the music over and over in their house.

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Who’s Who

DILLON MANDY
McARDLE PARMETER
(Technical Direc- (Costume Designer)
tor/Set Designer) is originally from
is originally from Aberdeen, S.D.
Minneapolis, Minn., She received her
but grew up in Las bachelor’s degree
Vegas, Nev. He in music education
returned to the Mid- from Northern State
west to graduate from Viterbo Univer- University. While there, she discov-
sity with a bachelor of arts degree in ered her passion for theatre. After a
technical production and design. Some year of teaching music, she relocated
of his professional credits include the to Lincoln, Neb., to study costume
Great River Shakespeare Festival in design. She received her MFA in cos-
Winona, Minn., the Virginia Shake- tume design in May 2005 and has been
speare Festival in Williamsburg, Va., freelance designing and teaching. Her
and the Commonweal Theatre Compa- work has taken her from Oklahoma to
ny in Lanesboro, Minn. Dillon thanks Washington, Virginia, Nebraska, and
all the volunteers who have given Wisconsin. Mandy would like to thank
countless hours of time and, most of her husband, Greg, for relocating his
all, he thanks his fiancé, Megan, who life to La Crosse. His support is a true
supports him in every way possible. blessing and one of the reasons she
loves him so much.
GREG PARMETER (Director) earned
his MFA in acting from the Johnny JANET REUTELER
Carson School of Theatre and Film at (Lady Grace
the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Manley-Prowe)
His professional credits include sea- participated in
sons with the Northern Fort Playhouse,
the Nebraska Repertory Theatre, the The Women of
Virginia Shakespeare Festival, and Lockerbie as
a regional tour with the Hampstead Hattie with LCT
Stage Company, based in New Hamp- and was able to go
shire. He was assistant director for to state, regionals,
The Sound of Music and director for and nationals with the cast. Her other
To Kill a Mockingbird here at LCT. He most memorable performance with
wishes to thank his wife, Mandy, and LCT was as Mabel in The Pajama
the very talented staff of the communi- Game. She appeared elsewhere as
ty theatre for their efforts and support. Lilybelle Savage in Curious Savage, as
Mrs. White in Clue, the Musical, and

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Who’s Who

in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor sticks gave him “a lot of great memo-
Dreamcoat. Janet enjoys singing on ries and he is glad to be back.” Ken
her church’s worship team and reading would like to thank Jen, “Anata clake o
Karen Kingsbury novels. aishite imasu.”

KEN SCHELPER DAVID STORLIE (Clive) is a network
(Geoffrey) is a sales administrator for Deco Products Co.,
associate with SSE Decorah, Iowa. He enjoys tennis,
Music, in La Crosse. biking, and British literature. Other
He enjoys all kinds theatre credits include roles with Ye
of games: board, Olde Opera House of Spring Grove,
video, card, parlor, Minn., the Shakespeare Company, the
and so on. His most Iowa Playwrights Festival, the Minne-
recent appearance sota Opera Company, CLIMB Theatre
with LCT was as Matt in The Fanta- Co., Minneapolis Theatre Garage,
sticks. He has appeared elsewhere as Arena Theatre, Southern Theatre, and
Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, as the University of Iowa. His recent
Jacey Squires in The Music Man, as favorite roles were Detective Sergeant
Billy Early in No, No, Nanette, and as Trotter in The Mousetrap, Max in Lend
Eisentein in Die Fledermaus. LCT was Me a Tenor and Bud Frump in How
the first stage he had acted on outside
of a school production and The Fanta- to Succeed in Business Without Really
Trying.

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