Based one the Touchstone Pictures Motion Picture "Sister Act" written by Joseph Howard
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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
Marilyn Gordon, First Vice President
John Fletcher, Second Vice President
John Landrum, Treasurer
Jennifer True, Secretary
Nancy Blossom, Member-at-Large
Donna Huston, Member-at-Large
Dick Malon, Immediate Past President
John Ashford (Emeritus)
Robert Lamm (Emeritus)
Bea Litherland Smith
• Take Me to Heaven - Deloris, Michelle, Tina
• Fabulous, Baby! - Deloris, Michelle, Tina
• The Perfect Place - Nuns
• Here Within These Walls - Mother Superior, Deloris, Nuns
• It’s Good to Be a Nun - Nuns, Deloris
• When I Find My Baby - Curtis, Joey, Tj, Pablo
• I Could Be That Guy - Eddie, Ensemble
• Here Within These Walls (Reprise) - Mother Superior, Nuns
• Raise Your Voice - Deloris, Nuns
• Take Me to Heaven - Deloris, Nuns
• Sunday Morning Fever - Deloris, Monsignor, Nuns, Eddie, Mother Superior
• Lady in the Long Black Dress - Joey, Tj, Pablo
• I Haven’t Got a Prayer - Mother Superior
• Bless Our Show - Deloris, Nuns
• The Life I Never Led - Mary Robert
• Fabulous, Baby (Reprise) - Eddie, Deloris, Nuns, Ensemble
• Sister Act - Deloris
• When I Find My Baby (Reprise) - Curtis
• The Life I Never Led (Reprise) - Mary Robert
• Sister Act (Reprise) - Deloris, Mother Superior
• Spread the Love Around - Company
• Raise Your Voice - Company
Randy B. Winder
Jason Styres, CSA
Iván Dario Cano*
*member Actors Equity Association
*member Stage Directors and Choreographers Society
Conductor, Keyboards: Josh Walker
Reeds: Joseph Hendricks
Trombone: Todd Yatsook
Trumpet: Gordon Fetterly
Guitar: Isaac Foley
Bass: Joshua Hickam
Percussion: Matt Fetterly
Sinfonia Operator: James Woodland
Meet the Company
Kanysha Williams is a Washington Metropolitan Area native who is thrilled to be making her Arrow Rock debut! REGIONAL: Riverside Center for the Performing Arts: The Color Purple; Signature Theatre: After Midnight, Gun and Powder, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Soul Divas; ArtsCentric: The Wiz, Aida, Little Shop of Horrors, Black Nativity; Creative Cauldron: Always…Patsy Cline. NATIONAL TOUR: Amazing Grace, The Broadway Musical. Kanysha is a graduate of The Duke Ellington School of the Arts and George Mason University. UPCOMING: American Prophet at Arena Stage and Acoustic Rooster’s Barnyard Boogie: Starring Indigo Blume at The Kennedy Center. To God Be The Glory!
THRILLED to be back at the Lyceum performing LIVE for it’s fabulous audiences! Jane most recently played Ernestina on the National Tour of “Hello Dolly!”. Prior to that she appeared as Ray Romano’s wife in the HBO movie “Bad Education” and starred in Broadway’s “Wicked” as well as on its National Tour (Midwife/Madame Morrible). Six years on Broadway in “A Christmas Carol” and performed as Lady Anne in Live from Lincoln Center’s “Camelot” with Gabriel Byrne. Other New York : ABBA’s “Kristina” (Inga Lena) Carnegie Hall & The Royal Albert Hall in London. National Tours: “The Light in the Piazza” (U/S Margaret); ‘The Sound of Music” (Sister Berthe). Regionally: “Seven Brides” (Mille); “Carousel” (Nettie/Mrs. Mullin); “Little Women” (Marme); “Lend Me A Tenor” (Maria); “The King and I”(Anna) “Mame”(Mrs. Upson). TV/Film: The Americans; Law & Order SVU; All My Children; The Producer’s Movie and various commercials.
Caitlin Witty is grateful to be back onstage with Arrow Rock Lyceum. This past year, she spent her time creating theatre opportunities and safe spaces for children in her hometown virtually and eventually in person. Favorite credits include: Swingtime Canteen (Arrow Rock Lyceum); All Night Strut (Crane River Theatre); The Little Mermaid (STL Variety Children’s Theatre); Break The Chain (V-Day, Eve Ensler/Debbie Allen), Stand Up (Feature Film premiering in Europe spring 2022). Webster Conservatory 2019. Thank you to the incredible communities and individuals who have supported theatres through this past year. Thank you for your love. It’s because of you we are here today. Now let’s have some fun! All of the love to my family.
Kristen Kane is rejoiced to join the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre community! Most recently, Kristen toured with the Second National Tour of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder as Miss Shingle/Ensemble. Other regional credits include Martha Dunnstock in Heathers: The Musical and Tracy Turnblad in Hairspray! She would like to thank her friends and family along with her wonderful fiancé, Nick, for always supporting her dreams. A big shout out to Craig and the Avalon Artists Group team. Finally, thank you to the production team, cast, and crew for making this return to theatre a memorable and beautiful experience! www.kristenkane.com
Jean, a native New Yorker, is just so happy to be out of the house. Her husband is even happier. After last year, he’s thrilled for her to be back in Missouri again and says she can stay as long as she wants! Which is just fine with her. Jean had a fabulous time back in 2019 here at Arrow Rock performing in Cinderella, All Shook Up and 9 To 5. Other favorite shows over the years include: A Christmas Carol (Geva Theatre), Sweeney Todd (Denver Center), My Fair Lady (Cape Playhouse), Mary Poppins (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), Mamma Mia (Northern Stage) and Sylvia (New London Barn Playhouse). She has co-created production shows for Royal Carribbean Cruises, and performed both onstage and as a studio singer at Tokyo Disney. This past year she produced an albumette of her favorite old timey hits called Have Your Cake and Swing It Too – available on itunes and all streaming services. www.jeanmccormick.com
Tim is thrilled to be back at the Lyceum once again. 40 years ago, Tim started his career on this stage. “This is a magical place!” 11 Broadway shows later,Les Miserables as Jean Valjean/Guys and Dolls w/Nathan Lane/ EVITA w/Ricky Martin/Santa at Radio City Music Hall(7yrs) Most recently the Bway Natl. tour of HELLO DOLLY, and hundreds of other off-Bway and regional productions, Tim and wife Jane Brockman(they met on this stage 28 yrs. ago doing BRIGADOON) share time between NYC and Hershey,PA.Tim continues to perform and teach/consult/concertize/pursue tv and film and is a Proud AEA member for more than 40 years. Special shout out to Artistic Director of the Lyceum, Quin Gresham and all Production staff for their commitment and dedication to Keep vibrant theatre going in Arrow Rock.
Charles Browning can be seen in the Hulu Anthology Series MONSTERLAND. He was last seen in a benefit virtual reading of Cuttin’ Up with Classical Theater of Harlem. He was in 2019 Pulitzer Prize winning Fairview at Theater For A New Audience, Berkeley Rep, and SoHo Rep for which he received a Drama Desk Award nomination. Previously, World Premiere I Sing The Rising Sea at Virginia Stage Company NY: World Premiere The Capables at The Gym at Judson, The Piano Lesson, Dreamgirls at Gallery Players. NY: Classical Theater of Harlem, Target Margin Theater, Classic Stage Company Regional: Timeline Theater, Goodman Theater, Chicago Shakespeare.
Patrick is thrilled to make his Arrow Rock Lyceum debut! This marks Patrick’s fourth trip to the convent, having previously performed Sister Act on the 2nd National Tour, at North Shore Music Theatre, and at Arkansas Repertory Theatre. Tour: School Of Rock (1st National). Regional: Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Adrian) at Flat Rock Playhouse, Kinky Boots at North Carolina Theatre, Seussical (Horton) at Casa Mañana, Rent (Collins) at Ivoryton Playhouse. Training: Elon University. Thanks to Amy, The Price Group, Jamesha and Jameson, and everyone at Arrow Rock Lyceum! For Mama.
Philip Anthony Wilson
Philip Anthony Wilson is excited to be making their debut with Arrow Rock Lyceum on this production of Sister Act. Philip is an actor based in Philadelphia where they have worked with many theaters in the area. Regional: Mr. Franklin/Mr. Venus, Passing Strange (City Theater Company) Addapearle the Good Witch of the North, The Wiz (Theater in the X) Nicely-Nicely, Guys & Dolls (Candlelight Theater), Telly, Godspell (Revival Theater Company), Mereb, Aida (Broadway Theater of Pitman) Abel/Ham, Children of Eden (11th hour Theater company) Proteus, Two Gentlemen of Verona: The Musical (EgoPo Classical Theatre) Mrs. Phelps/Doctor, Matilda (Limelight Theater)
Mark Saunders is thrilled to be joining the family here at the Lyceum Theatre! A vocal coach from St. Louis, Missouri, Mark recently performed in a solo virtual concert called, Saunder Sings Sondheim. He also has a one-man cabaret called Everything’s Fine: A Bear in Search of his Honey. National tours: Something Rotten! (Brother Jeremiah) Regional: The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Davey), Mary Poppins (Miss Andrew), YAGMCB (Schroeder), Guys & Dolls (Nicely-Nicely) IG: @SaundersSings | www.SaundersSings.com
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!
After eight years of living in beautiful Bellingham WA as Chair of Theatre and dance at Western Washington University, Beth is coming back to Missouri and to become part of the Lyceum Theatre company once again. What an honor it was to play Aunt Em and Yente right before she left for her PNW adventure, and now the homecoming is complete with the chance to join the casts of SISTER ACT and MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS. She thanks Quin and everyone who works to make Lyceum one of the finest theatre experiences in the country. Now Beth really knows she is home.
Catera Combs is excited to be making her Arrow Rock debut as Michelle/Ensemble! Most notably she’s performed in: Beat Bugs: A Musical Adventure as Kumi, Em in Rise Up, and Ilse in Spring Awakening. Catera, a Columbia, Missouri native began her training at Stephens College, and earned her BFA in Musical Theatre in 2018. Since graduating, she migrated to Kansas City. Her training has allowed her to venture out into different fields such as modeling and film.She is representing both Kyndra Jade and Gracie Key Designs in KC Fashion Week. Woke Nation Studios has cast Catera in their feature film UNDERNEATH by David Kirkman. Special thank you to her family, and friends, for their endless support!
Christine is delighted to be working at Arrow Rock Lyceum this season in The Little Mermaid, Singin’ in the Rain, and Sister Act! She is a 2021 graduate from Elon University and is represented by DGRW Inc. for Film, TV, and Theatre. Her favorite roles include Viveca in The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin, Ti Moune in Once on this Island, and John Merrick in The Elephant Man. Christine has also worked with Flat Rock Playhouse and The Lexington Theatre Company. Website: thechristinewanda.com
National Tours: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella; Regional: Bye Bye Birdie (Goodspeed Opera House) and 42nd Street (Ogunquit Playhouse). Special thanks to the whole team at Arrow Rock, her teachers, friends, and family, especially her parents for their unwavering support. Trust, surrender, and lead with love. Thrilled that theatre is back!! IG: @emilyapplebaum
Paula is pleased to have the opportunity to be in Sister Act. Previously, Paula has been in The Sound of Music, Music Man, Fiddler on the Roof, Funny Girl and all six productions of The Lyceum’s A Christmas Carol. Thank you Quin, it’s a joy to be part of this production!
Emily is thrilled to be back for her second season at the Lyceum! She previously worked as their Props Master for Cinderella, All Shook Up, 9 to 5, Murder for Two, and Fully Committed in 2019. Emily recently received her BFA in Musical Theatre Performance from The University of Central Missouri, and has previously worked as a carpenter and actress at Crane River Theatre Company and Ohio Light Opera. She also hosts a weekly film/comedy podcast What Did We Just Watch?! As always, endless love to her parents, Maya, Zach, and all her wonderful fellow artists at the Lyceum!
Ilana Gabriella is a New York City based artist. She first started dancing in Plano, Texas at the age of 6. This is where her love for tap dance and all things musical theater began. After graduating from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts she moved to New York City to continue her studies. Ilana graduated from Pace University School of Performing Arts with a BFA in Commercial Dance in May of 2017. Since then Ilana has continued to learn and grow in New York City. She recently had the privilege of performing choreography by Danny Gardner in The Town Hall’s Broadway By the Year and looks forward to future performances. Ilana is currently represented by Lucille DiCampli Artist Representation. When she isn’t dancing or teaching as a Pilates instructor, Ilana loves cooking, and snuggling her two kittens.
Robert Head is thrilled to be making his Arrow Rock debut this season! Most recently Robert toured the US and South Korea with the Broadway Musical Something Rotten (Nick/Nigel U.S.), regional credits include Tuacahn Amphitheater (Newsies/shrek/Mamma Mia) The Rev Theater company (Austen’s Pride – A New Musical of Pride and Prejudice) and Portland Center Stage (Fiddler on the Roof) He also sang on Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas (Saturday Night Fever), and enjoys teaching private voice and piano lessons to kids of all ages through Happy Valley Arts Academy. Many thanks to Daniel Hoff Agency, his friends and family for their love and support and to the Arrow Rock Team for bringing back live theater again!!
Gabriel Florentino is incredibly elated to be back on stage after a long intermission. Originally from Brooklyn NYC, Gabriel attended Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA where he received his BFA in Musical Theatre. Some Past Credits Include- The Premiere of “Old Man and The Sea” the play (Manolin), “Newsies” (Finch), “Camelot” (Mordred) and more. Many thanks to his loved ones for everything. To the Cast, Crew, Creative Team & Arrow Rock Community: it is an honor to create with you & for you! Instagram: @gabrielflorentino_
Nick is thrilled to be back on stage performing. Nick has a BFA from Montclair State in Musical Theater with a minor in Political Science. Past credits include TANGLED, TWICE CHARMED, and DISNEY DREAMS on the Disney Magic. Regional Credits: WIZARD OF OZ (Starlight Theatre), MAMMA MIA (New Theatre), WEST SIDE STORY (Spinning Tree Theatre), and THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE and OKLAHOMA (John W. Engemen Theater). Nick would like to thank Drew, Avalon Artists Group, and everyone at Arrow Rock. He would also like to thank his mom, dad, and family for their endless love. Love to Aaron, Caroline, Bella and Gabby! Instagram: @monaldstro
Most recently, Amy directed her first film; a cinematic version of the one-woman play The Pink Unicorn starring Alice Ripley, after having directed The Pink Unicorn at the Episcopal Actors Guild(NYC), The Cell(NYC), and Holmdel Theatre. Before the craziness that was 2020, Amy directed/choreographed All Shook Up(Flat Rock Playhouse), The Color Purple(Riverside Center for the Arts), and Sex n’ The City, (A Super Unauthorized Musical Parody). Amy has provided choreography for Broadway Backwards 8 and 9 at the Hirschfeld Theatre and Palace Theatre(Broadway), and served as the musical director for Texas In Paris at the York Theatre(Audelco nomination for best Musical Direction). Amy has provided dramaturgy for the new musicals Alice, Warsaw, and Junk: A Rock Opera. Member of AEA and SDC.
Josh Walker is thrilled to make his debut at the Arrow Rock Lyceum! Music directing credits: A Little Night Music, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Les Miserables, Ragtime, Drowsy Chaperone,Seussical, Into the Woods, Hairspray, Legally Blonde (Circle Theatre), Next to Normal (Concordia Theatre), Sexy Baby, Scarrie, The Birds, Caged Dames (Hell in a Handbag), Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Peter Pan (Metropolis Theatre). Tink! The Musical (New York Musical Theatre Festival). Music Director for Chicago Cabaret Project. Concerts: 54 Below, Joe’s Pub, Don’t Tell Mamma’s and Club Cumming. Broadway / New York Actor credits: Side Show (Broadway), Cosi Fan Tutte (Metropolitan Opera), La Campana Sommersa (New York City Opera), Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Radio City Music Hall). Regional acting credits: Godspell (Ivoryton Playhouse), Beauty and the Beast (Theatre by the Sea), Side Show (Kennedy Center–Helen Hayes Award), Radio City Christmas Spectacular (National Tour), Toulouse: A New Musical (Athenaeum Theater). Composer/Lyricist credits: Toulouse: A New Musical, Maxwell, Life Is Short, Six Stories Up, People of My Life, Ninth Avenue Nancy. Thank you to Arrow Rock Lyceum for bringing me aboard this project! Much love to Peter, Mom, friends and family! www.joshwalkerofficialwebsite.com
NYC based Scenic and Production Designer for Opera, Theatre and Ballet. Opera: Palm Beach Opera, Pensacola Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Annapolis Opera, Inland Northwest Opera and Finger Lakes Opera with upcoming productions for Amarillo Opera and Opera Delaware. Theatre/Off-Bway: Party Face (City Center), Duck (IRT) and Lights on the Radio Tower (Five Ohm Productions). Thrilled to return for his 6th season with ARLT, after designing A Murder is Announced (2013) and years as a Scenic Artist/Props Master. Related work: Art Director for The Mischievous Maestro Podcast. MFA in Scenic Design from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and Proud Member of Local USA 829. www.jeffrdesign.com
Garth is excited to be back again! 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.
Randy B. Winder
RANDY B. WINDER (Resident Lighting Designer) Randy is thrilled to once again be a member of the creative team for this production. Winder has designed over 120 productions for The Lyceum including Sanders Family, Forever Plaid, The Fantasticks, Always…Patsy Cline, Cats, Hairspray, Nunsense, Camelot, Spamalot, Children of a Lesser God, Tuesdays with Morrie, A Christmas Carol, The Producers, 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 35 years and he is proud to call his fellow crazy bunch of theatrical misfits “family”. Randy is most pleased to be living both in the charming Village of Arrow Rock, as well as his 2nd home of Anegada in the BVI’s. He thanks his wonderful husband, Bob for his love and support. Thanks for attending this very special theatre and Enjoy the show!
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.
Jason Styres, CSA
Jason Styres’ Broadway credits include A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, Dames at Sea, Disney’s The Lion King, and Nice Work If You Can Get It. Styres’ off-Broadway credits include Puffs, Midnight at the Never Get (York), Pedro Pan, and Neurosis, among others. His national tour credits include A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, The King and I, Fiddler on the Roof, The Lion King, and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. His film and TV credits include How You Look at It, Carousel (PBS), Six by Sondheim (HBO), and So You Think You Can Dance? Styres is a seven-time Artios nominee and a New York board member of the Casting Society of America.
Tony Dearing (Production Stage Manager) is very happy to be returning to the Lyceum for his twenty-eighth season. He has stage-managed for other theatres such as the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, the New Theatre, Muny Student Theatre in St. Louis and Arkansas Repertory Theatre.
Iván Dario Cano*
Iván Dario Cano (Assistant Stage Manager) has a Masters in Stage Management from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and is an Alumnus of The Juilliard School’s Professional Intern Program. Credits include Barrington Stage Company’s Get Your Pink Hands Off Me Sucka and Give Me Back; Juilliard’s The Trojan Women, Crumbs from the Table of Joy, Plano; Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre’s Summer 2016-19, Million Dollar Quartet, Beehive: The 60’s Musical, Swingtime Canteen and A Christmas Carol 2015-18. He is very excited to be returning for his fifth year and Arrow Rock’s 60th year celebration!
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
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
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ($5,000-9,999)
Al & Anita Gosney
LEAD PRODUCER ($2,500-4,999)
John & Pat Cowden
Kirk Isenhour & Doug Anning
FEATURED PRODUCER ($1,500-2,499)
Roger & Ronnie Alewel
Brad & Brenda Jones
John Ashford & Ivy Whitlach
Ron & Dianne Larkin
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.
Steven & Cheryl Leach
Kim & Tom Lauer
LEADING PLAYER ($100-249)
Bill & Nancy Jackson
The Lyceum Staff
Producing Artistic Director
|Managing Director||Steve Bertani|
Director of Development
|Administrative Assistant||Dawn Plummer|
Ticketing and Group Sales Manager
|Box Office Associate||
Facilities and Grounds
|Housekeeping Services||Kari Bales|
|Lawn Care Services||James Townsend|
Resident Scenic Designer/Technical Director
|Ryan J. Zirngibl|
|Assistant Technical Director||EC Pope|
|Master Carpenter||Elias Koch|
|Scenic Artist||Chasyn Andrews-Philbin|
|Resident Lighting Designer||Randy B. Winder|
|Master Electrician||Josh Hiser|
|Musical Director||Josh Walker|
|Sound Designer||Jon Robertson|
|Audio Engineer||Greg McGuire|
|Resident Costume Designer||Garth Dunbar|
|Costume Shop Assistants||Rachel Wahl|
|Wardrobe Head||Emilee Buchheit|
|Props Master||Emily Coffin|
|Production Assistant||Lauren Young|
|COVID Compliance Officer||Emilee Buchheit|
|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|
|Marketing and Communications||Visionworks, Columbia|
|Printing||Green Printers, Marshall|
|Landscaping||Rost Inc., Columbia|
|Company Physician||David Keuhn, M.D.|
|Company Orthopedic Physician/Surgeon||Kelly Ross, D.O.|
|Company Chiropractor||Daniel J. Fahnestock, D.C.|
The Lyceum Receives much needed support from
The Missouri Arts Council
Chapel Hill Pilates & Yoga
Fred V. & Dorothy H. Heinkel Charitable Foundation
John & Trish Fletcher
Dave & Nancy Griggs
Virginia P. Hupp
John & Donna Huston
Stan & Kay Kuecker
Rich & Debbie Lawson
Saline County Commission
Saline County Health Department
Theatre Communications Group
Village of Arrow Rock
Hank Waters & Vicki Russell