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Fantastic Folklore by the Great Brothers Grimm show program

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Fantastic Folklore by the Great Brothers Grimm

Fantastic Folklore by the Great Brothers Grimm show program



Russell L. and Vera M.
Smith Foundation

NOVEMBER 9–17, 2019

Youth—Theatre G

The Great Brothers Grimm weave a tapestry of tales.

La Crosse Community Theatre and Russell L. and Vera M. Smith Foundation present


Tales by


Adapted by




Set Designer Costume Designer Technical Director



Wilhelmina............................ Stacy Bruemmer Ludy...............................................Grace Riness
Carl............................................. Dustin Luecke Jacob..............................................Colin Thelen

Special Acknowledgments

Thank you to all who made this production possible, including Theresa Smerud for photography.


STACY BRUEMMER (Director/ IRINA CHRISTEL (Costume Designer)
Wilhelmina) has been involved with is orginially from Kazakhstan and
children in some way, shape, or trained at the Technical College of
form for more than 20 years. She’s Textile and Sewing Industries. She
taken part in children’s productions in worked for many years as a techni-
Denver, CO, Lanesboro, MN, as well as in La Crosse. Stacy cal engineer and fashion designer at the Regional
has worked in early childhood education for nearly 21 Fashion House in Kazakhstan. After moving to the US,
years and has two children of her own. Currently, Stacy she worked in the bridal industry for ten years. She
coordinates the Theatre Education program at LCT. She received her BFA from Viterbo University and currently
directs the Theatre for Young Audiences productions, works there as the prop shop manager.
leads the summer camps, and has served as the“token
adult”for the Theatre for Youth production since 2014.
To say Stacy enjoys being around kids would be a great


DUSTIN LUECKE (Carl) returns to the Shakespeare Festival (Scenery Materials Coordina-
Theatre for Young Audiences stage after tor), Great River Shakespeare Festival (Asst. Technical
last year’s Pixies, Kings and Magical Director/Company Manager), University of Nevada
Things (HC Andersen). Recent credits: Las Vegas (Master Carpenter), and Viterbo University
Viterbo’s Into the Woods (Steward) (Scene Shop Foreman). Most importantly, to his son,
and LCT’s Newsies (Davey) and Fools (Leon Tolchinsky). Michael,“If you find this in a shoebox one day, know
Television: News 19 Daybreak. Love and thanks to friends that you mean the world to me and I love you.”
and family, especially Dominique, Damian and Dax who
continue to be his“Happily Ever After!” KELSEY TAUNT (Set Designer) A La
GRACE RINESS (Ludy) is excited to join Crosse native, Kelsey works in the area
this magical show, as well as to help as a theatrical designer, technician,
educate and entertain. Over the past teacher, and director. She is very happy
five years she has been involved in over to be back at LCT for Fantastic Folklore
20 shows at LCT, including Peter and the by the Great Brother Grimm. She would like to thank her
Starcatcher (Molly), Wait Until Dark, The Game’s Afoot, family and friends for all of their love and support, as
Newsies (Race), and many, many more. Grace would like well as the cast and crew for being so great to work with.
to thank her Mom, Dad, and Drew for putting up with her Enjoy the show!
crazy schedule. Enjoy the show and don’t forget to“Catch COLIN THELEN (Jacob) grew up in
the Stars”. the Coulee Region and is a graduate of
PETER SUARDI (Technical Director) UWL. He would like to thank you all for
is the newest member of the LCT coming and hopes that you are inspired
family. Mr. Suardi has been working to go check out more Grimm Brothers’
in technical theater since 2004, Tales after the show! Thanks bun bun! Enjoy the show!
and previously worked for The Utah

Meet the Cast and Collect
their Signatures!

Thank you

to the

Russell L. and
Vera M. Smith


for its generous support
and sponsorship of

LCT’s 2019-2020 season.

Spread Christmas Cheer by
singing loudly for all to hear!

Buddy the Elf is an over-optimistic
lover of Christmas and must help

New York City remember the
true meaning of the holiday.

6–22, 2019

Thursday and Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday at 2:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.

Sunday at 2:00 p.m.

BONUS performance Wednesday, December 18 at 7:30 p.m.

TICKETS $26–$34
Tickets available through the box office or online Nov. 11.

608-784-9292 |
Weber Center for the Performing Arts, 428 Front Street South, La Crosse

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