Elvis The Musical

 
at Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre
 
Written By: Sean Cercone and David Abbinanti
Based on a concept by Floyd Mutrux
 

Presented by special arrangement with Broadway Licensing. www.broadwaylicensing.com

Casting by Jason Styres, CSA

 

Costume design sponsored by
Dave & Nancy Griggs

 

Additional support provided by

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Welcome!

Welcome to the Arrow Rock Lyceum's 60th Season! Though much has changed about The Lyceum since its founding in 1960, our mission remains the same: to develop, enrich and engage our audience through professional theatre. We know you will enjoy the exciting work of our exceptionally talented company of actors, directors, designers, stage managers, and technicians throughout the year. We hope the 2021/22 Season will renew your delight in this remarkable theatre, set within the charming ambiance of the historic Village of Arrow Rock.

Everything you see and hear on stage is made possible by our sponsors, backers, volunteers, board of directors and most of all you, our wonderful audience. We are grateful for your support as The Lyceum continues our second half century.

If you are a newcomer to The Lyceum, welcome! Please join our mailing list so that we can keep in touch. If you are a returning audience member, welcome back to what we hope you think of as YOUR theatre! Your continuing friendship inspires and sustains us.

 

Board of Directors

Doug Crews, President
Columbia

Marilyn Gordon, First Vice President
Columbia

John Fletcher, Second Vice President
Marshall

John Landrum, Treasurer
Columbia

Jennifer True, Secretary
Arrow Rock

Nancy Blossom, Member-at-Large
Marshall

Donna Huston, Member-at-Large
Marshall

Dick Malon, Immediate Past President
Columbia

 

John Ashford (Emeritus)
Alexandria, VA

Elizabeth Bellamy
Marshall

Patricia Cowden
Columbia

Rebecca Early
Marshall

Nikki Fahnestock
Marshall

Dave Griggs
Columbia

Marti Hodge
Kansas City

Kirk Isenhour
Kansas City

Brad Jones
Jefferson City

Michael Kateman
Columbia

Robert Lamm (Emeritus)
Sedalia

Rich Lawson
Warrensburg

Edward Milbank
Chillicothe

James Roller
Columbia

Vicki Russell
Columbia

Katie Shannon
Marshall

Bea Litherland Smith
Columbia

Stacey Thompson
Marshall

Ron Wood
Belton

Cast

Daniel Durston*
Elvis Presley
Jeffrey C. Wolf*
Sam Phillips/Vernon Presley/Others
Cooper Rainwater
Young Elvis
Alan Knoll*
Col. Tom Parker/Others
Roy Brown*
Bill Black/Others
Taylor Tveten
Priscilla Presley/Others
Brianna Lopez
Dixie Locke/Others
Richard E. Harris
Rev Brewster/Otis/Others
Michael Grieve
Scotty Moore/Others
Justin Campbell*
Chuck/Others
Bailey Jordan Reeves
Marion Keisker/Ann Margret/Others
Christopher Fusco
DJ Fontana/Others
Eliza Brielle
Betty/Others
Andree O’Shea
Gladys Presley/Others

Creative Team

Quin Gresham**

Director

Sam Hay**

Choreographer

Sam Sherwood

Music Director

Josh Walker

Music Supervisor

Ryan J. Zirngibl

Scenic Designer

Randy B. Winder

Lighting Designer

Garth Dunbar

Costume Designer

Jon Robertson

Sound Designer

* Member Actors Equity Association

**Member Stage Directors and Choreographers Society

The Elvis Band

Josh Walker: Music Supervisor/Keyboards

Michael Grieve: Guitar

Roy Brown: Bass

Isaac Foley: Guitar/Bass

Christopher Fusco: Drums

Bryan Foote: Trumpet

Todd Yatsook/Joanna Griffith: Trombone

J.D Tolman: Reeds

Michael Neu: Reeds

Meet the Company

Daniel Durston*

Elvis Presley
After touring two years as Elvis Presley in the Equity national tour of Million Dollar Quartet, Daniel Durston went on to headline Las Vegas’ longest running show “Legends in Concert”. He has since worked with the original Broadway writers of Million Dollar Quartet to originate the role of Elvis in the all new holiday rendition “Million Dollar Quartet Christmas” at Phoenix Theatre Co. You can see Daniel portraying young Elvis Presley in TruTv’s “Adam Ruins Everything,” as well as his originally written shows “The King & Marilyn” and “Forever Legends Live!”. More information can be found at: www.DanielDurston.com & @danieldurston.

Jeffrey C. Wolf*

Sam Phillips/Vernon Presley/Others
Jeffrey C. Wolf has acted in Off-Broadway productions, most recently THE LANFORD WILSON PROJECT as Dr. August Howe in THE MOUND BUILDERS, directed by Mac McCarty, and originated roles in such plays as CHATTING WITH THE TEA PARTY (world premiere, NYC), GOD AND MR. SMITH (world premiere, Kaleidoscope Theatre, NYC), AMERICA’S BRIGHTEST STAR (world premiere, Railroad Playhouse); regionally in such plays as ROUNDING THIRD (Riverside Theatre), WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION, ARSENIC AND OLD LACE and BOEING BOEING at the Arrow Rock Lyceum. Look for Jeffrey as a supporting lead in the Sci-Fi film, ALTERSCAPE, opposite Charles Baker (BREAKING BAD) and Michael Ironside (TOTAL RECALL), available now on all the major digital platforms.  ALTERSCAPE is a recipient of the Best Feature Film award at the Phillip K. Dick Film Festival in NYC.  Wolf will soon appear as the character, El Negro, in the upcoming series, LAST BODEGA IN BROOKLYN.  Wolf is the owner of REMOTE STUDIOS ONLINE, an online studio providing self-tape solutions to actors.  www.RemoteStudiosOnline.com  Jeffrey is a graduate of the William Esper Studio, having studied with Bruce McCarty in the two year acting program working in the Meisner technique.  www.jeffreyCwolf.com

Cooper Rainwater

Young Elvis
Cooper is excited to be joining the cast of Elvis the Musical. Cooper’s Lyceum credits include “A Christmas Carol,” “The Will Rogers Follies,” “Oliver,” and “Oklahoma.”  Among Cooper’s other favorite roles include John Bechdel in “Fun Home” and The Little Boy in “Ragtime.”

Alan Knoll*

Col. Tom Parker/Others
Alan Knoll is thrilled to return to beautiful Arrow Rock!  Previous Lyceum roles include Fezziwig in A CHRISTMAS CAROL, Roscoe in SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN, Grimsby in THE LITTLE MERMAID, Sebastian in CINDERELLA, Pop Carnes in OKLAHOMA!, Cogsworth in BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, Renfield in DRACULA, Elwood P. Dowd in HARVEY, Mr Van Daan in THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, Paul in YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU and Victor Velasco in BAREFOOT IN THE PARK. Other favorite roles include Garth Williams in ALABAMA STORY (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), Bob Ewell in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (Repertory Theatre of St Louis) and God in AN ACT OF GOD (New Jewish Theatre).  Many thanks to my wife Laurie for putting up with me, and to you all for being here. Enjoy the show!

Roy Brown*

Bill Black/Others
Roy is a Chicago Native, who recently played Brother Jay in Million Dollar Quartet at Delaware Theatre Co. Other credits include: 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Barfée), Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas), Buddy: the Buddy Holly Story (Joe Mauldin), Assassin’s (Booth), Ring of Fire (Eddie), Titanic(Harold Bride/Wallace Hartley), American Idiot (Tunny). Roy would like to thank his family, his pals, and especially Ciarra.

Taylor Tveten

Priscilla Presley/Others
Taylor Tveten is thrilled to be making her Lyceum debut! Taylor was the 2020 Second Place National Winner in Musical Theatre & First Place St. Louis Regional Winner with NSAL. Regional: The Sound of Music (The Muny); Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (Jobsite); Pride & Prejudice (Rep of St. Louis); My Fair Lady (Ozark Actors Theatre); The Little Mermaid (Variety Theatre); SHE, A Radio Play (ERA Theatre). Taylor would like to thank the Lyceum and audience members for being a part of bringing live theatre back to the stage! Love to my wonderful family for their unending support. www.TaylorTveten.com @TaylorTvetenOfficial

Brianna Lopez

Dixie Locke/Others
Brianna is grateful to be back at the Lyceum after appearing in thee past three productions of A Christmas Carol! She is a graduate of Temple University’s Musical Theater Program(‘18).  Previous Credits include: A Chorus Line(Diana), Legally Blonde(Pilar), Romeo and Juliet(Juliet) Tartuffe(Marianne). You can keep up with her at Brianna-Lopez.com. When she is not acting…she is probably crocheting. Her custom pieces can be seen on ig @B_Crochetz!

Richard E. Harris

Rev Brewster/Otis/Others
Richard E Harris is a professional SAG-AFTRA actor who has recently transplanted from Los Angeles. He is presently a local based out of Kansas City and St. Louis, performing in Commercial, Television, and Film. Richard attended Howard University, studying Music Education. He also has a degree in Recording Engineering from Cedar Valley College, Dallas, TX. He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Zeta Phi Chapter. Before becoming an actor, Richard worked 30 years in the music industry: Touring musician for Columbia Records Artist, Johnny Taylor, and Atlantic Records Artist Levert; Signed as an Recording Artist with Chrysalis Records; Produced and Programmer for songwriter Diane Warren at Realsongs Publishing; Co-Producer and Mix Engineer Vaz Ent/Motown; A Staff Recording Engineer at Universal Music Publishing. Richard now lives here in Columbia, where his focus is Theatre and the forming of an African American Repertory Troupe with an emphasis on August Wilson’s Century Cycle.

Michael Grieve

Scotty Moore/Others
Michael is thrilled to be returning to The Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre where he was last seen in 9 to 5: the Musical (Dewayne). Other regional credits include Bright Star (Darryl/Jimmy U/S), Beauty and the Beast (Beast), and Grease (Kenickie). Grieve is a proud graduate of Webster Conservatory (class of 2017). After two years of performing virtual theatre exclusively, Michael is extremely fortunate and blessed to be back on stage. Thank you to Quin and the entire Arrow Rock team for the opportunity!

Justin Campbell*

Chuck/Others
Justin is beyond thrilled to be returning to his home away from home! Last seen in A Christmas Carol (2019), as well as the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre 2019 summer season, some of his credits include Semele, Carmen & We Shall Not Be Moved (Opera Philadelphia), The Snowy Day, and Other Stories (St. Luke’s Theatre: Off-Broadway), Beauty and the Beast and Chicago (Theatre By the Sea), Peter Pan and Sister Act (Fireside Theatre), American Musical Theatre Dance Company (Original Cast/Company), ALMANYC (Core Member). Justin would like to thank his family and friends for their abundance of love and the Arrow Rock Lyceum team for being a constant source of joy and light in his life! 

Bailey Jordan Reeves

Marion Keisker/Ann Margret/Others
Bailey is so grateful to be back on the Lyceum’s stage! After appearing in ten past Lyceum productions, this place feels like a second home to her. Some of her favorite appearances include Murder on the Orient Express, Hound Of The Baskervilles, Beauty and the Beast, Oklahoma, and A Christmas Carol. She couldn’t be more thankful to Quin, Steve, Paula and the rest of the Lyceum staff for letting her be a part of this special 60th anniversary season. Before the Covid Pandemic, Bailey was performing for Disney Cruise Lines as part of the Mainstage cast, playing many fun roles including Cruella DeVil, Princess Aurora and the Blue Fairy. With 2020’s downtime, she has started many small businesses, including one for Pen Turning (I know, wild… Find out more on Instagram: @pen_demic_creations), and one for Makeup Artistry (Instagram: @bjrmua). You can follow Bailey’s life and career on Instagram @baileyjreeves. Much love to Mom, Dad, Rucker, Michael, and YOU for supporting the arts!

Christopher Fusco

DJ Fontana/Others
Christopher Fusco, Drums, is excited to be back at the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theater for his 4th season. Chris has been playing drumset for 18 years and has loved every moment of it. Having studied music at the University of Missouri, he is now living his dream of playing music for a living. This will be Chris’s first time ever performing live on the Arrow Rock stage! He is very excited to share his love and passion for the performing arts.

Eliza Brielle

Betty/Others
Eliza Brielle is a NYC native who has been performing nearly her entire life. Born into a family of creatives, it was a guarantee! She has had the opportunity to be a part of numerous shows, with her favorites being able to play Aida in Aida, Asaka in Once on This Island, and various principal roles on Disney Cruise Line. Huge thank you to my family, friends, and church family back home! IG: @elizabrielle

Andree O’Shea

Gladys Presley/Others
Andree O’Shea is absolutely delighted to be back on the boards of The Lyceum Theatre. Roles and shows here,in the past, include Lenny in Crimes of the Heart, Mrs. Dubose in To Kill a Mockingbird, The ensemble of Evita, and Vera in Smoke on the Mountain, she has also been back twice to perform Louise in Always Patsy Cline with two of her best friends, Jennifer Grey and CoCo Sansoni. Throughout her Career some of her favorite roles and shows have included Aldonza In Man of La Mancha and The Queen in Winter’s Tale at Utah Shakespeare Festival, Sophie in Master Class at both The Repertory of St Louis and Florida Studio Theater, Lizzie in 110 in the Shade, Gertie in Oklahoma, and General Cartwright In Guys and Dolls at Stages ST Louis, Miss Watson and The Strange Woman in Big River and various ensemble roles in Phantom and The Mystery of Edwin Drood at Pioneer Theater Company as well as the ensemble of Sweeney Todd for both the RepertoryTheater of St Louis and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. She returned to The Repertory Theater of St Louis to Play Mmd Preferee in The Gambler. While living in Utah, Andree played several characters on the television series Touched by an Angel as well as receiving a recurring role as the choir director on Everwood. She has performed at many theater’s throughout the country including Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Riverside Theater, The Eugene O’Neil Theater Center, and her very own Big Sky Repertory Theater, which she founded in Montana in 2007. But the last 10 years she has played her greatest role of Mother to her beautiful boy, Noah. Andree dedicates this performance to one of her greatest mentors, Philip Coffield.

Quin Gresham**

Director
2022 marks Mr. Gresham’s eighteenth season in Arrow Rock. Earlier this season he directed Murder on the Orient Express. During the 2019 season, Mr. Gresham directed Rogers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella and A Christmas Carol, which he also adapted. In previous seasons, Mr. Gresham has directed The Hound of the Baskervilles, Stand By Your Man: The Tammy Wynette Story, Around the World in 80 Days, Cotton Patch Gospel, Love Letters (starring Tab Hunter and Joyce DeWitt), The Wizard of Oz, The Music Man, Camelot, To Kill A Mockingbird, Run For Your Wife, The Fantasticks, The Producers, Hairspray, Sleuth, West Side Story, Little Women the Musical, Into the Woods, Misery, 1776, Tuesdays with Morrie, Dracula, Peter Pan and Driving Miss Daisy. He is the recipient of the Missouri Arts Award for Leadership in the Arts. In 2011, production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at his alma mater, Webster University, was named the 2011 Best Musical in St. Louis by The Riverfront Times. Quin’s work has also been seen at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Totem Pole Playhouse, The Riverside Theatre, The National Arts Club, Stephens College, Providence College, Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre and The Texas Shakespeare Festival. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for L.E.A.D. Institute, an non-profit organization committed to providing services to deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the state of Missouri. Like his two predecessors, Quin is a proud graduate of the Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University.

Sam Hay**

Choreographer
Sam is so happy to be back at his artistic home-away-from-home in Arrow Rock! Most recently, Sam directed and choreographed the Lyceum’s production of the The Little Mermaid. He has also directed and choreographed Seven Angels Theatre’s production of Altar Boyz, the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre’s All Shook Up, Footloose, A Year With Frog And Toad, and Seussical. Sam’s choreography has been seen in the Lyceums’s productions of Mamma Mia!, Oklahoma, Beauty and the Beast, Funny Girl, and more. He has also choreographed for the Geva Theatre Center, Phoenix Theatre (Mary Poppins- Zoni Award: Best Choreography, Chicago- Zoni Award: Best Choreography, Billy Elliott- BwayWorld Award: Best Choreography), Little Theatre on the Square, Webster Conservatory, Temple University, Grandstreet Theatre, Omaha Performing Arts, and more. Currently, Sam is serving as Show Supervisor for the Step One Dance Company in NYC. Proud member of AEA and SDC. www.HeySamHay.com / @HeySamHay

Sam Sherwood

Music Director
Sam is thrilled to be back at the Lyceum, this time in the role of music director. In 2014 he was here on stage in Ring of Fire. Sam’s been involved in just about every Rock & Roll musical out there—many productions of Million Dollar Quartet, Ring of Fire, The Buddy Holly Story and others. As a lifelong Elvis fan, Sam is committed to capturing the excitement of this music that changed the world forever. This talented group of performers is surely going to transport you. Long live The King! sherwoodsounds.com.

Josh Walker

Music Supervisor
Josh Walker (Music Supervisor / Keyboard) is thrilled to be returning to Arrow Rock! Acting credits include: Side Show (Broadway), Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Radio City Music Hall), Cosi Fan Tutte (Metropolitan Opera), La Campana Sommersa (New York City Opera), Radio City Christmas Spectacular (National Tour), Nick in Godspell (Ivoryton Playhouse), LeFou in Beauty and the Beast (Theatre by the Sea), World’s Tiniest Cossack in Side Show (Kennedy Center-Helen Hayes Award), and Toulouse Lautrec in Toulouse: A New Musical (Athenaeum Theater). Music Directing credits: Sister Act, Singin’ In the Rain (Arrow Rock Lyceum), A Little Night Music, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Les Miserables, Ragtime, Drowsy Chaperone, Seussical, Hairspray, Legally Blonde (Circle Theatre), Next to Normal (Concordia Theatre), Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Peter Pan (Metropolis Theatre). Host / Pianist for Club Cumming in NYC. Love to Peter, Mom, family and friends! Thanks to Quin and Arrow Rock for bringing me aboard again! www.joshwalkerofficialwebsite.com

Ryan J. Zirngibl

Scenic Designer
Ryan J. Zirngibl is delighted to be the Resident Scenic Designer for Arrow Rock Lyceum. Ryan has designed over 200 productions and worked on hundreds more. Lyceum guests have seen many of Ryan’s designs over the last eleven years including A Christmas Carol, Million Dollar Quartet, The King and I, Fiddler on the Roof, Boeing, Boeing, Fully Committed and many more. Highlights of his career include the Off-Broadway premier of Lucky Duck with composer Henry Krieger (Dreamgirls) and writers Bill Russell (Sideshow) and Jeffery Hatcher (Emma, Tuesdays with Morrie), a series of Puccini Operas for the Ukraine National Opera, scenic art on the Lionsgate film You’re Next, and the world premier of Master and Margarita with Honorary Associate Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Barry Kyle and A-list screen writer Ron Hutchinson. Ryan is also a proud Co-Founder of Bellenwhissle Productions, a Theatre for Young Audiences company based out of Kansas City that creates site-specific interactive shows around the Midwest based on several literary classics. Ryan would like to thank all of the Lyceum family whose tireless work has made this production possible, it is an honor creating with each and every one of you! For more information please visit www.ryanjzirngibl.com.

Randy B. Winder

Lighting Designer
Elvis: The Musical marks Winder’s 140th lighting design for The Lyceum. Past projects include: The Little Mermaid, Sister Act, Forever Plaid, The Fantasticks, Always…Patsy Cline, Cats, Hairspray, Nunsense, Camelot, Spamalot, Children of a Lesser God, Tuesdays with Morrie, A Christmas Carol, My Fair Lady, Pump Boys and Dinettes, Les Miserable, Footloose, Crazy for You, and Honky Tonk Angels. His expansive career in the professional theatre has spanned over 40 years and is honored to call his fellow crazy bunch of theatrical misfits “family”. He thanks Quin, Steve, Tony, Ryan, Ivan, Josh and a host of others for being such wonderful partners in theatrical crime. Randy and his husband, Bob, have recently become proud, legal residents of the British Virgin Islands where they now will spend the majority of their time on the beautiful island of Anegada. He dedicates this show to the memory of his Mother. Thanks for supporting this very special theatre and Enjoy the show!

Garth Dunbar

Costume Designer
Garth is excited to be back again after designing The Little Mermaid, Singin’ in the Rain, Sister Act, and Murder on the Orient Express earlier this year! The Lyceum was one of Garth’s first professional jobs after Webster U and he has a part of 12 seasons at the Rock. Based in St. Louis, he is an adjunct professor of Costume Design at Webster University, and has worked with area theatres like STAGES St. Louis and Opera Theatre of St. Louis. Favorite Lyceum designs include The Fantasticks, Into the Woods, Peter Pan, Little Women, Little Shop of Horrors, Beauty and the Beast, Oklahoma, Mamma Mia!, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Beehive, Mary Poppins, Crazy for You, Footloose, Honky Tonk Angels, and Cinderella.

Jon Robertson

Sound Designer
Jon Robertson is a composer and sound designer. He is pleased to return to Arrow Rock. Recent composing credits include Death and the Maiden (Kansas City Actors Theatre), The 39 Steps (Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre), Men on Boats (Unicorn Theatre), And Then There Were None (Kansas City Actors Theatre). His solo piano work Sympathy Through Motion received its world premiere in New York City in 2019.

In Appreciation

HERITAGE SOCIETY

As a result of the generosity of many of our friends, The Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre has established The Lyceum Heritage Society. Membership in The Lyceum Heritage Society is open to anyone who invests in The Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre through a variety of estate planning tools such as bequests, gifts of life insurance, charitable remainder trusts, pooled income funds, charitable lead trusts, or charitable gift annuities. We recognize the following individuals for their commitment to the future of The Lyceum Theatre.

Chet F. Breitwieser
Charles & Pat Cooper
Jane C. Crow
Kathy Digges
Rebecca Early
John & Trish Fletcher
Dave & Nancy Griggs
John & Donna Huston                

Michael Kateman
Day & Whitney Kerr
Erich & Edna Kirsten
John Landrum
Rich & Debbie Lawson
Dick & Cindy Malon
John Stewart
Abigail W. & Frederick Tempel

 

PRODUCERS SOCIETY

Each year, The Lyceum relies on the generous support of very special individuals who are a part of our Producers Society. Formed in 2004, this amazing group through their leadership giving each year, help bring quality productions to our stage for you to enjoy. We are proud to give a standing ovation to recognize the following members of our Producers Society.

SPOTLIGHT PRODUCER ($10,000 and above)

Mary Harrel & John R. Jr Lawrence
Beatrice Litherland Smith
Michael & Victoria Wallace

 


EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ($5,000-9,999)

Anonymous
Dennis & Beth Abernathie  – Chapel Hill Pilates   
John & Jill Darwent
Rebecca Early
Dana Frink
Marilyn Gordon

Al & Anita Gosney
Gerald Hazelbauer & Linda Randall
Richard & Marti Hodge
John   Landrum
Richard & Peggy Poe
David & Karen Rawlings
William & Jennifer True


LEAD PRODUCER ($2,500-4,999)

John & Pat Cowden                                  
Greg & Kelly DeLine
Kathy Digges
Doris Dixon & Don Crosby                             
Douglas Drown
Martha & Tom Fifer
John & Tricia Fletcher
Dave & Nancy Griggs
Kee & Diana Groshong
Marilyn Harris

Kirk Isenhour  & Doug Anning
Janet Mackin
Michael McKenzie & Kari Floren
Edward Milbank
Lewis & Susan Miller
Larry & Judy Morris
Gary & Carol Smith
Jan & Gerald Summers
Joseph & Sharon Timmons
Ron & Judy Wood

 

FEATURED PRODUCER ($1,500-2,499)

Roger & Ronnie Alewel                      
Doug & Tricia Crews
Bryce & Helen Cripps
Jane C Crow
Joan D’Ambrose  & Linda Detring              
Dan & Nikki Fahnestock
Jim & Gwen Gresham
Ann Harris
John & Donna Huston

Brad & Brenda Jones
David & Chandra Keuhn
Dick & Cynthia Malon
Jim & Marjorie Marberry
Turf & JoAnn Martin
Katie Shannon
Rick & Barb Sommer
Christy & Ellis Tuttle
Terry & Dave Wollersheim

 

PRODUCER ($1,000-1,499)

John Ashford & Ivy Whitlach
Chet Breitwieser & Rod Starns
Mike & Janice Burnam
Joan Butcher
Nancy Tucker Cleaveland
Edward Coe
Connie J. Cunningham & William Mehmert
Deborah Daniels
Ted Fivian & Steve Unland
Carla Haack
Susan Hazelwood
Nick & Leslie Huston
Sally & Rolly Johnson III
Susie Jones
Michael Kateman
Rosemary Kelly
Bob & Nancy Kellstrom
Wallis & Nancy Landrum

Ron & Dianne Larkin
Rich & Debbie Lawson
Craig McDaniel
Kathy McMurry
Carrie Peecher, D.O.
Paul & Kim Ratcliffe in memory of Ted Fisher
John   Rensenhouse
Bill Riggins
Don Richard & Craig Mudge
James & Carol Roller
Don & Jan Sartain
Stacie & Robert Conrad Schroeder
Ernest & Judith Smith
Alice Swanson
Donna Truitt
Dr. & Mrs Alan R. Wessler
Harold & Sharon Williams


LYCEUM BACKERS

We give our special heartfelt thanks to over 400 contributors who support The Lyceum. These generous individuals have shown how much they appreciate the art of live professional theatre and this unique treasure in the heart of Missouri.

DIRECTOR ($500-999)

Gaylyn Alexander
Steve & Jane Bauer
Steven & Elizabeth Bertani
Sherry Bishop in loving memory of Don Bishop
Luann & Rockne Corbin
Myra & Truman Christopher
Sandy Falloon
Art & Rebecca Farris
Bob Fenlon
Lawrence & Paulette Fick
Lucy Fletcher in memory of Marjorie Fletcher
Robert & Linda Gordon
Christopher & Pam Gumper
Vaughn & Betty Hart
Mary & Larry Hawks
Dr. Pete & Karla Hayden
Carroll Highbarger & Betty Crawford
Percy & Bernadette Huston
Anne Bills & Debbie Jacobs
Jan & Tim Jeffries
Darlene Johnson
Judi & Wayne Keehart
Day & Whitney Kerr
Steve & Mari Ann Keithahn
Frank & Carolyn Kimbel
Betty Kusgen

Steven & Cheryl Leach
Linda Litton
Patrick & Patty Logue
Vincent & Janet Martin
Ed & Vicki McCloud
Dr. Jerry Murrell
Gary D & Jane Myers
Cindy Newton
David & Mary Norbury
The Olshefski Family
Patrick & Lindi Overton
Carlene Petree
Sheila Placke
Joe & Patricia Powell
William & Sandra Rinne
Robertson Finley Foundation
Jim & Patti Sears
James Stilley, Jr.
Sarah & Marion Storm
Donald & Pam Stouffer
Jim & Shari Thomas
David & Marlene Van Horn
Chris & Jordan Walters
Jay & Rose Ward
Larry Webber
Michael & Vickie Whitworth
Gwen Wilder
Ken & Melinda Wilks
Bobby & Genny Wright
Bennie & Meda Young
Robert & Nanette Zeysing


STAR ($250-499)

Anonymous  
Charles Alexander
Lynn & Finny Aronson
Jack & Meryl Atterberry
Jon & Lou Boucher
Gene & Carol Bramon
Dan & Betty Buchheit
Harold & Mary Jane Buehler
Kathy Cary
Bill & Delores Clark
Steve & Jan Collins
Shelia Cook
Daniel & Debi Derendinger
Jim & Karen Deutsch
Doug & Star Fox
Joe Geist
Carol Gerhard
Jan & Bill Goodson
Bridgette Gruender
Art & Lisa Hains
Gene & Carol Hall
Thelma & Les Heisel
Dale &Jan Hinnah
Wayne & Jan Holden
Lyle & Teresa Horner
Monica Huff
Jim & Barbara Humburg
Sharon Huntze
Inovatia Laboratories
Dallas W Jensen
Ralph & Brenda Jones
Mary Klenklen
Joyce Lake

Kim & Tom Lauer
Kenneth & Tammy Manuel
Shirley Marcum
Janet Meives
Jill Mitchell
Steve & Linda Moles
Phyl Naragon
Stephen & Elaine Olson
James & Dana Page III
David Peters
Greg & Donnis Prather
Don & Ginger Priest
Larry & Clare Quatmann
David & Valerie Rapoff
Steve & Sue Rakel
Patricia Ravenscraft
Michael & Sally Reid
Jon & Carol Rhodes
Kevin & Pam Riggs
Bill & Jolene Schulz
Bruce Satterlee & Mary Dorrance
Randy & Vicki Shannon
Carol Slusher
Donna I. Smith
Dale & Lola Spradley
Tom & Suzie Stalllings
Mary Suits
Paul & Jean Sundet
Steve & Catherine Swope
Dr. Bob & Mrs Jami Theobald
Marge & Montie Tripp
Jerry & Maggie Ubl
Brian White
Christine Zeigler & Timothy Van Huss


LEADING PLAYER ($100-249)

Anonymous
Lara Abler
Gary & Jay Analora
Ken & Connie Asbury
Pam Banks
Frank & Yelena Barnhart
Michele Batye
Phil & Martha Baylor
Amy Belfi in honor of Sandy Belfi
Brad Bellamy & Suzanna Hay
Rick Benedetti
Billye Bennett
Toni & George Blackwood
Bonnie Baugh
Mike & Sally Bogie
Brooks Braselman
Clarence & Helen Brockman
Ann Carter
Rosemary & Rob Christensen
Clarkson Farms
Ann & John Cleek
Jean Clifford
John & Della Cochran
Jane Condon
Mike & Mary Beth Conway
Ann Covington
Ron & Carol Cox
The Cox Family
Taylor & Sue Crismon
Dorinda Derow
Ted & Judy Denton
Maria Dickson
David & Carolyn  Diehm
Keith & Wendy Durk
Ken & Bev Eichelberger
Robert & Tracy Feller
Shirley Forbes
Shelia A Fox
Reverend Richard Frank
John & Valerie Frerking
Galen & Sandy Gabriel
David & Ellen Gardner
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Garst
Mary & Ted Garten
Jim & Betty Gember
Les Gelband
Julia Goodell & David Barnes
Terence Goodman
James & Rachel Graham
John & Jean Griffin
Shirley Guier
Norman Arendt & Elinor Gysbers
Robert & Molly Hacker
Jerry & Sharon Harl
Carol Harper
Mr. & Mrs. William F.  Hansen III
Hugh & Angela Harvey
Mark & Andrea Hatfield
Cindy Heimsoth
William Herder
Thresa Berkley & Rob Hollinger
BreAnn, Madilyn & Sarah Hollinger
Carolyn Houseworth
Sharon Hutchinson
Bob & Linda Hutton
Bob & Peggy Irish

Bill & Nancy Jackson
Eric & Robin Jogun
Steve & Noreen Joice
Grayson Kabler
Kathy Keeton
Connie Kelch
Frank & Carolyn Kimbel
Connie & Douglas Kiburz
Chris & Christy Klenklen
Susan Kyle
Lanny & Patsy Lybarger
Shirley Mach
Diana Malan
Greg & Ginny Mattli
Bev Maupin
Joe & Phyllis May
Tempe & Bruce McGlaughlin
Kathy McGraw
Sandra Meisenheimer
Alan & Brenda Meyer
Carolyn Miller
Karen Miller
Scott Morrow & Dallas Webb
Alan & Delores Murphy
Donna Oblinger
Minnie L Patrick
Barbara Phillips
Wyatt & Kathy Phillips
Dennis & Barbara Preis
Dan & Kay Price
Larry & Clare Quatmann
Linda Raasch
Jean Rackers
Richard & Carol Raynor
Mae Riefberg
Eddie & Stephanie Reeves
Whit & Mildred Reichert
Leo & Vicky Ringwald
Marilyn Roth
Michelle Rowe  & Nick Brown
Dr. Scharon Schattgen
Irwin & Luetta Schneider
Thomas & Carla Schnieders
Tom & Brenda Schupp
Mary Ann Semon
Dave & Marty Smith
Shirley Smith
Annette Smull
Janet Spencer
Bethany Spilhaus
Jacob Stanton
Ruth & Jeff Stegner
Dave & Anne Stockman
Susan Stropes
David & Lorene Sublette
Robert & Sharon Taylor
Susan Tegtmeier
Marilyn Voegele
Marcia Walker
Dara Watson
Tom & Karen Weaver
Mary & Steve Weinstein
Linda West
Robert & Jacqueline Wills
Edward Yashinsky & Patricia Graybill


UNDERSTUDY ($50-99)

Anonymous                                        
Anonymous
Alan & Linda Almon
Adam & Holly Andrews
Linda Ashford  & Thomas Wilson
Jane & Ken Beal
Sandy & John Beets
Sandy Belfi
Richard & Judy Best
Michael & Carolyn Boland
Jean Buck
Irene Cho
Job Christenson
Russell & Betty Cobb
George  Comfort, M.D.
David & Karen Durham
Eric & Lea Evans
Loyd French
Luanna Garrett
Victoria Hague
Dorothy Harrison
Clyde & Barbara Hegelund
Dianna Jensen

Linda Keeney
Tom & Florence Klusmeyer
Gary Littrell  &  Karen Croy
Carolyn   Manson
Andria Mantle
Kay McAdams
Jan & Bill Mees
Terry Meyer
Eric & Barbara Nelson
Mary Lee Noel
Barbara Phillips
Jesse Porter
George & Mike Renicker
Terry & Delores Sadewhite
Kay Sharp
Judith & Ernest Smith
Nancy Sorensen
Gene & Judy Stiek
Greg & Dora Thackery
Dan Walker
Doug & Jennifer  Weable
Elizabeth Widel
Susan Zimmerman

The Lyceum Staff

Leadership

Producing Artistic Director               

Quin Gresham
Managing Director Steve Bertani

 

Administrative

Director of Development                   

Thresa Berkley

Company Manager

Paula Danner

Administrative Assistant Sandra Walter

 

Patron Services

Ticketing and Group Sales Manager   

Tempe McGlaughlin
Box Office Associates

Andrea Hatfield
Sara Brennan

Concessionaires Susan Repp
  Rayetta Leimkuehler
  Jerry Leimkuehler

 

Facilities and Grounds

Maintenance Manager                    

Ed Harper
Housekeeping Services Kari Bales
  Sarah Stacey
Lawn Care Services James Townsend

 

Production

Director of Production   

Ryan J. Zirngibl
Technical Director EC Pope
Assistant Technical Director Makenzie Clark
Lighting Designer/Master Electrician Chelsea Strebe
Sound Designer/Audio Engineer Jon Robertson
Resident Costume Designer Garth Dunbar
Wardrobe Head Ken Martinez
COVID Compliance Officer Paula Danner

 

Outside Services

Accountant

Howe and Associates, P.C., Columbia
Attorney Amanda Miller, Smith-Lewis LLP, Columbia
Graphic Artist and Designer Jim Young, J Young Creative
Production Logo Designs Jason Wyatt, Branson
Website Design Borlandtech, Harrison, AR
Information Technology LammTech, Sedalia
Printing Green Printers, Marshall
Landscaping and Irrigation Rost Landscaping, Superior Irrigation
Company Physician David Keuhn, M.D.
Company Orthopedic Physician/Surgeon Kelly Ross, D.O.
Company Chiropractor Daniel J. Fahnestock, D.C.

Special Thanks

The Lyceum Receives much needed support from

Chapel Hill Pilates & Yoga

Kathy Digges

Rebecca Early

Evergy

Fred V. & Dorothy H. Heinkel Charitable Foundation

John & Trish Fletcher

Dana Frink

Keith Gerchak

Marilyn Gordon

Dave & Nancy Griggs

Virginia P. Hupp

John & Donna Huston

Stan & Kay Kuecker

John Landrum

Rich & Debbie Lawson

Orscheln Industries

Saline County Commission

Saline County Health Department

Katie Shannon

Theatre Communications Group

Media Partners

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