June 13-17, 2012
BRUCE WINANT (Tevye) is thrilled to return to MTWichita, having last appeared as Tateh inRagtime. Bruce most recently co-starred opposite George Hamilton in the national tour of La Cage Aux Folles and has been seen on Broadway in La Cage (Dindon), Chicago (Amos), The Phantom of the Opera (Firmin), Fiddler on the Roof (Mordcha), Ragtime (Tateh), Miss Saigon(Shultz) and My Favorite Year (King Kaiser). He also appeared as Pasquale in The Most Happy Fella at NY City Opera and in the original L.A. and S.F. productions of Les Miserables. On TV Bruce has been seen in “Blue Bloods,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “Mildred Pierce,” “Boardwalk Empire,” “Law and Order,” “The West Wing,” “Star Trek: TNG,” “Andersonville,” “Crossing Jordan,” and “General Hospital,” and heard in the animated features Ice Age and Robots, among others. Many thanks to Wayne and Mark for letting me play this remarkable role and much love to Kristin, Arden and Jayce!
KAREN L. ROBU (Golde) happily returns for her 16th season at MTWichita, where she has been seen as Rose in Gypsy, Ursula in Disney’s Little Mermaid, Madame Thenardier in Les Misérables, Mayor Matilda Hyde in All Shook Up, Martha Watson in White Christmas, the Wicked Witch in Wizard of Oz, Emma Goldman in Ragtime, Maureen / Lowbutt in HONK!,Dolly in Annie Get Your Gun and Mayzie in Seussical. Karen’s solo CD “Songs for My Baby” features Broadway tunes and 40′s style music, available at cdbaby.com. Her credits as a director include Children of Eden , Cotton Patch Gospel, Tuesdays with Morrie, and Violet, as well as her own original piece No Cross, No Crown, about suffragist Antoinette Brown Blackwell. Karen has also directed for MTYP, the Crown Uptown Theatre and taught classes for MGM Studio of the Dance and Camp Allegro. Karen has one more year before graduating from Phillips Theological Seminary with her Master of Divinity degree. She is currently Director of Faith Formation for Plymouth Congregational Church in Wichita.
MARY STOUT (Yente) returns to MTWichita where she previously appeared as Jack’s mother in Into the Woods. Mary’s lengthy Broadway career has included such roles as Aunt Sadie in My Favorite Year, The Duchess in Me and My Girl, Peggotty in Copperfield and Enid in A Change in the Heir. On June 10, 2001, she closed out her run as Mrs. Fairfax, the delightful housekeeper in Jane Eyre, after being a part of the production for six years. Mary has also toured extensively in Beauty and the Beast, Nine, The Pirates of Penzance, and played Mrs. Claus in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. On AMC’s “Remember WENN” she was Eugenia Bremer for all four seasons. Rupert Holmes was so fond of her work that he kept her character in the show, even when Mary herself was with Jane Eyre in Toronto. When she got a break from Eyre, Eugenia was conveniently brought back on screen without missing a beat. She has also appeared in several films, including Woody Allen’s Sweet and Lowdown, and has done vocal work in Disney’s animated Hunchback of Notre Dame and Aladdin. From Wichita she heads directly to Williamstown for the new musical Far From Heaven, with fellow MTWichita alum Kelli O’Hara.
TIMOTHY W. ROBU (Lazar Wolf) is delighted to be a part of this year’s MTWichita season, as well as many previous ones. Audiences may remember Tim in past roles such as John Hancock in 1776, Billis in South Pacific, the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz, Amos Hart inChicago, Oscar Shapiro in Curtains, Mr. Feldzeig in The Drowsy Chaperone, and Herbie in Gypsy. Tim also performs at several other venues in the Wichita area, including Mosley Street Melodrama and the Crown Uptown Theatre. Tim has served as Technical Director at the Crown Theatre and Artistic Director of the children’s program there. When not working at Wichita’s fine theatres, Tim has plenty to keep him busy as father to his two daughters, Katie and Francie. An added bonus to this year’s season is the chance to perform with his talented wife Karen in three of the season’s shows. Thanks to Wayne and all the folks in Wichita who produce theatre, perform theatre, and enjoy theatre. They make the Wichita area a great place to work, live, and bring up kids in.
MARK CLARK (The Constable) is presently the Director of Choral Activities and Assistant Professor of Music at Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas. He earned degrees in Music from Friends University and WSU. Mark has taught and directed music for over 30 years to students in public schools, arts academies and colleges. Mark has also been a professional actor in dinner and regional theatre since 1975. Favorite roles include Johnny Brown in The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Curly in Oklahoma!, Adam Pontipee in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Sky Masterson in Guys And Dolls, TR in Tintypes, and Captain von Trapp in The Sound Of Music. He has also enjoyed performing in radio and TV commercials. Mark has several choral works published with Shawnee Press and Lorenz Corporation. He and his wife Stacy have three grown children and two grandchildren.
CHARLES PARKER (Rabbi) Having just completed his umpteenth year on the Friends University faculty, C.P. is blessed with his umpteenth opportunity to work with that wonderful group of professionals who serve MTWichita and the surrounding communities. Teaching is now replaced with the honor of performing with some of the best and for the best of audiences. Parker is blessed again with an opportunity to play some great roles. His past favorites include Biggley in How to Succeed…, Pickering in My Fair Lady, Ziegfeld in Funny Girl, Herr Schultz in Cabaret, Parchester in Me and My Girl and General Waverly in White Christmas, FDR in Annie, and two previous incarnations as the Rabbi in Fiddler on the Roof. Thanks to Wayne for the gracious invitation and opportunity. Thanks to the company of performers, technicians, and assistants who always make the summers a delight. Thanks to Patty for her encouragement and love. Thanks to God for all blessings.
MARY SUE DYMAK (Fruma-Sarah / Director of Rentals & Inventory / Drop Fabricator / Orchestra Pit Manager / Archivist / A Bunch of Other Stuff) [whew!] My third venture in the amazing world of Fiddler on the Roof at MTWichita and another thrill of flying as Fruma-Sarah. Season # 37! Being one of the oldest members of the production staff, this will mark summer productions numbering 182 to 186. In the off season, I still keep my hand in stage managing for Ballet Wichita Orchestra (15 years) and Opera Kansas (20 years) while keeping our ever-growing rental business running. I seem to get around a lot but only inside Century II. My life remains happily engaged in larger and more complex tasks working for my favorite employer. My thanks to WB….. I offer my deepest love and respect to all who work in this fabulous building and for our organization. No one can do it alone.
JOHN BOLDENOW (Avram) is well known regionally for his exemplary work in the performing arts. Over the past twenty five years he has worked extensively with many local theatre venues, has been the recipient of nearly a dozen Mary Jane Teall Awards for acting directing, and props design, and was named to the Teall Hall of Fame in 2005. In 2008 John was also the recognized with the Individual Artist of the Year Award from the Wichita Arts Council, and has been the recipient of the Linn Copeland Award for Life Time Achievement in the Performing Arts. Since 2001 he has served as Director of Theatre at the Wichita Center for the Arts, and maintains a private practice as a member of the Certified Appraisers Guild of America, specializing in fine and ethnographic art and antiquities. John is very proud of his 30+ years of performing with MTW, which has allowed him to share the stage with some of the greatest, most talented young people and veterans working in the business today. Thanks to Wayne, and the MTW staff for their continued commitment to excellence in the performing arts, and to his own Board of Directors for their continued support!
TALIA BAUCHMOYER (Shprintze) will be in 7th grade at Goddard Eisenhower. Talia is so happy to be back at MTWichita for her 3rd show, she was in The Little Mermaidand Annie. Talia was last seen as Felicity inSave Me A Dance. She has had a blast doing shows at MTYP and WCT the last 5 years. Talia would like to thank her parents, Wayne, and all the great people at MTW.
HILARY TALLMAN (Bielke) is in the 4th grade at Meadowlark Elementary School in Andover. She is very excited to be Bielke in her first show with MTWichita! You may have seen her in other productions as Thing 2 in Seussical and Anita in 101 Dalmatians. Hilary would like to thank her family for supporting her, and all of the cast and crew for this terrific opportunity. Enjoy the show!
MARILYN HEFFNER has been actively involved in both music and theatre in Wichita for many years, performing with Center for the Arts, Stage One, Wichita Community Theatre, Crown Uptown, and 17 shows with MTW. She also sings with the Wichita Symphony Chorus, Wichita Chamber Chorale, Opera Kansas, has been a church soloist for 24 years, and occasionally plays electric bass. For the past 20 summers she has worked in the MTW Costume Shop, and will be re-chained to her sewing machine when Fiddler is over! Currently her favorite role is grandmother to a beautiful 2-year-old grandson in Boston, and she’s a card-carrying SOG w/PIP (that’s Silly Old Grandmother with Pictures in Purse). You doubt? Just ask!
ALEX FINKE (Tzeitel) is thrilled to be making her debut this summer at Music Theatre Wichita! She is a recent University of Michigan graduate, hailing from Dayton, Ohio. Favorite roles include: Jane in Tarzan (Regional Premiere), Wagon Wheel, and Vicki in The Full Monty, Michigan. Thanks and love to Mom, Dad, Sarah, Chris and Jimmy!
ALEXANDRA FRAGOSO (Hodel) is thrilled to be making her MTWichita debut after completing her freshman year as a musical theatre major at the University of Michigan. Favorite credits include Velma Kelly in Chicago, Cosette in Les Mieserables, and Yonah inChildren of Eden. She thanks her family and friends for their continual support, and MTW for this wonderful opportunity!
FRANCESCA AROSTEGUI (Chava) is thrilled to spend her first summer at MTWichita! She is a 2012 graduate from Indiana University with a BFA in musical theatre. Favorite roles include: Chrissy in Hair, Bonnie in Anything Goes, and Zaneeta in The Music Man. She would like to thank Wayne for this wonderful opportunity and sends love to her amazing family and friends!
MATTHEW AMIRA (Perchik) MTWichita debut! Born and raised in New York City, Matthew is a rising senior at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. CCM credits: Billy Pierce (Civil War), Rapunzel’s Prince (Into the Woods). Elsewhere: Lysander (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) at the Hudson Warehouse. In 2009, Matthew placed third overall in the English Speaking Union’s National Shakespeare Competition. Big thanks to his family, Wayne, and the Lookers!
EVAN MAYER (Motel) couldn’t be more excited to join the MTWichita family this summer! Evan is a senior Musical Theatre major at Indiana University. IU: Cabaret (Emcee), Hair,Anything Goes, Rent. Regional: Sweeney Todd (Anthony), Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour). He sends many thanks to family, friends, Wayne, Nancy, and everyone who has helped him along the way.
MATTHEW ELLIOTT (Fyedka) is happily returning to MTWichita this year for his second summer season. You may remember him from his MTW introduction five years ago as Troy Bolton in High School Musical. A recent graduate of Wichita State, he is so excited to be moving to NYC in the fall to pursue his dreams. He would like to thank his family for their constant love and support, his professors for their investment in his future, and MTWichita for giving him this amazing opportunity.
MAX CHUCKER (The Fiddler) is a recent B.M. graduate from Florida State University. He has worked professionally with Wagon Wheel Theatre, Post Playhouse, and Virginia Music Theatre. Favorite Roles include Young Fool (Big River), Gangster #1 (The Drowsy Chaperone), and Barnaby (Hello, Dolly!). Much love to Mommy, Emmy, George Gershwin, family and friends.
NATHAN HILGER (Intern Performer) is ecstatic to be joining MTWichita for their opening show! He will begin college as a freshman Musical Theatre major at Oklahoma City University this fall. He sends his thanks to his Mom and Dad, family and friends, Wayne, and God for their unwavering support and encouragement.
LIZ JARMER (Intern Performer) is so grateful to be a part of MTWichita this summer! This fall she will attend Wichita State University to double major in musical theater and vocal performance. Thanks to Wayne, Nancy, and Josh for this incredible opportunity, and her teachers, family, and friends for their endless support.
TREVOR McCHRISTIAN (Intern Performer) an upcoming senior at Maize High School, is extremely thankful to be returning for his second summer here at MTWichita. He had a blast last year and is thrilled to be returning for two more shows of this year’s season! He would like to thank his family, Nancy, Josh, Wayne, and the whole MTWichita staff for another incredible opportunity.
GAVIN MYERS (Intern Performer) is ecstatic to be performing in this show with such a great cast. Favorite roles in his many MTW shows include Gavroche in Les Mis, Tom of Warwick inCamelot, and the Cabin Boy in Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Favorite roles elsewhere includeOliver, McQueen, Ching Ho, Pappy Yokum, Mayor of Who, Scarecrow, Sir Francis Chesney, and Nathan Detroit. The 3-time Jester Award recipient is very proud to represent our area in New York at the Jimmy Awards in June. Special thanks to Wayne, Mark, Nancy, Josh, Laura, great friends, a supportive family, and especially God.
MADDIE RAZOOK (Intern Performer), an incoming Senior at Kapaun, is thrilled to be performing with MTWichita this summer! Some recent credits include Yonah (Children of Eden), Rizzo (Grease), Rona (Spelling Bee), Lucy (Charlie Brown), and Little Sally (Urinetown). After high school, Maddie plans on studying musical theatre. She would like to thank Gretchen, her wonderful family and friends for the support, and Wayne, Josh, and Nancy for this incredible opportunity. Most importantly, she would like to thank God for always pointing her in the right direction.
COLLEEN RICHEY (Intern Performer) is thrilled to be a part of MTWichita’s 2012 summer season! She debuted at MTW at age 9, and has continued to perform with them throughout the years. Her favorite performances include Natalie in MTYP’s All Shook Up and Evelyn Nesbit in her school’s production of Ragtime. She will attend Oklahoma State University in the fall and would like to thank her family for everything they’ve given her and supported her in.
MARK MADAMA (Director) has directed productions on both coasts, and as far away as Ireland, Poland, and Czechoslovakia, and yet he happily celebrates his 24th consecutive MTWichita season, with Fiddler on the Roof being his 39th production as director. Favorite shows here include The Full Monty, Sunset Boulevard, Curtains, Big River, Aida, Annie Get Your Gun, West Side Story, Oklahoma!, Damn Yankees, Cinderella, How to Succeed…, Funny Girl, Fiddler on the Roof, The Pajama Game, Evita, The Music Man, The Sound of Music, State Fair, Meet Me in St. Louis, Guys and Dolls, My Fair Lady, The Secret Garden, Tintypes, Sweet Charity, Gigi, Cabaret, Into the Woods, They’re Playing Our Song, and Good News!, plus his performance as Zach in MTWichita’s first A Chorus Line. Other recent credits include Cinderella at Kansas City Starlight (where he’ll return this summer to direct Aida), Hello, Dolly! at the New London Barn Playhouse, and two engagements teaching at Music Theatre Italy near Venice. Mark Madama and Wayne Bryan are the co-authors of the revised version of Good News!, which has received over 300 productions in the U.S., Canada, and Great Britain. Mark is an Associate Professor of Musical Theatre at the University of Michigan, where he has directed Ragtime, The Full Monty, Into the Woods, Rent, Big River, City of Angels, The Pajama Game, Guys and Dolls, Assassins, Good News!, Nine, Children of Eden, Company and Horton Foote’s 1918.
MARK ESPOSITO (Choreographer) is a frequent collaborator at MTWichita, where he has performed as Bernardo in West Side Story, and where his choreographic credits include On the Town, West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, and the 2001 production of Fiddler on the Roof. Mark has performed in over 16 Broadway and National Tours, and choreographed for numerous regional theaters, plus the York and Signature Theater Companies in NYC and South Pacific at The Hollywood Bowl. He has choreographed Yuletide Celebration with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and has served as associate director/choreographer for the Radio City Christmas Show and for Disney Global Casting. His choreographic work has been seen in California at the Reprise series in L.A. (Applause), La Mirada Theatre (Guys and Dolls), Musical Theatre West (Brigadoon), Sacramento Music Circus (Camelot, Evita, The Most Happy Fella, Pirates of Penzance, The Wizard of Oz), and at Universal Studios. Later this summer, Mark journeys again to Anatevka, to stage Fiddler at the Pittsburgh CLO, where his other credits include Brigadoon, Guys and Dolls, She Loves Me, The Music Man, Tommy, Carousel, West Side Story, Oklahoma! and Sound of Music. As a guest professor at University of Michigan, his work was also seen in The Full Monty, Brigadoon, Evita and West Side Story. Mark has assisted or worked with Agnes De Mille, Michael Bennett, Bob Fosse, Michael Kidd, Donald Saddler, Rob Marshall, and Fiddler’s original director-choreographer, Jerome Robbins.
THOMAS W. DOUGLAS (Musical Director / Conductor) is thrilled to be celebrating thirteen seasons with such a wonderful artistic family at MTWichita, having led 40 productions with this remarkable company. Thomas has done more than 200 musical theater, opera, orchestral and oratorio productions, including conducting Webber’s Phantom of the Opera in Switzerland. Highlights include Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, Bizet’s Carmen Jones, Master Class and Mondo Mangia with the late Jillene Ringle. As the Artistic Director of the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh, he is receiving acclaim for adventurous, innovative debuts and premier programs, including Carmina Burana Africana, Messiah in Space, and a presentation of standard choral masterpieces with a fusion rock band and string orchestra accompaniment. On stage he has enjoyed the roles of Caiaphas in Jesus Christ Superstar, Balthazar in Amahl and the Night Visitors, Amonasro in Aida, and Fats Waller in Ain’t Misbehavin’, both in the U.S. and in Malaysia. Thomas is on the faculty of both the Drama and the Music schools at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, is the proud recipient of the Mary Jane Teall Award, and is the Musical Director of the Newton Mid-Kansas Symphony Orchestra. He is now developing his one man show entitled “Under the Influence” based on his eclectic group of musical experiences.
DAVID NEVILLE (Lighting Designer) is thrilled to begin his 29th season of “Camp MTW.” In addition to many productions at MTWichita, David has designed lighting for North Shore Music Theatre, Theatre Under the Stars, Omaha Symphony, The United States Air Force, Stage One, Ordway Music Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, The University of Michigan, Penn State University, Portland Center Stage, North Carolina Theatre, Music Theatre West, Arkansas Rep, Santa Barbara Civic Light Opera, George Street Playhouse, California Music Circus, The 5th Avenue Theatre and Off-Broadway. David’s favorite designs at MTW include Les Misérables, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Cats, Ragtime, Once on this Island, Children of Eden and Jesus Christ Superstar. David also teaches lighting and scenic design at Wichita State University.
DAVID MUEHL (Sound Designer) begins his seventh season as MTWichita’s sound designer, having also served as the sound assistant previously for a season. During MTWichita’s off‐season, David is the audio producer for WSU’s College of Fine Arts where he oversees audio recording and live sound for fine arts and other performances. He also serves as sound designer for WSU’s Opera and Musical Theatre programs and is the sound advisor to student musical theatre & opera sound designers and engineers. Some of his favorite sound designs have been Children of Eden, Into the Woods, Les Misérables and Wizard of Oz. David has twice been sound designer for invited productions to the Region V Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. David has also done sound design for Wichita Center for the Arts and Cabaret Oldtown. Special thanks to Dave, Jeff and the rest of the crew of Clearwing Productions in Phoenix and Josh with Sound Kingdom and for their continued support of MTWichita.
ALENA SELLERS (Wig and Makeup Designer) is very excited to be returning for her second season as wig and makeup designer, having served as the assistant designer the previous year. She lives in Wichita and spends most of the year working at Allure Salon. She has been doing hair for fourteen years, has spent five years as an Aveda Color Educator, and is grateful for this opportunity to work with so many wonderful people. A special thanks to Sandy, Jocelyn and Anna for all your hard work this season.
LIZ SPRAY (Property Master) is in her fifth season at MTWichita and is excited to take on the role of Prop Master this year. She is a St. Louis native and has enjoyed working around the country. Most recently she has worked at Opera Theater St. Louis as an artisan for their production of Carmen. She also toured this past fall with the National Tour of The Wizard of Oz as the Prop Supervisor and Pyrotechnics Operator. Some of her favorite productions she has worked on include Deathtrap (Northern Stage), Oh! What a Lovely War (National WWI Museum), I Love a Piano (National Tour), Sunset Boulevard, Les Miserables, Drowsy Chaperone (Music Theater of Wichita), Camelot, Dr. Faustus (Utah Shakespearian Festival).
JEFF TAYLOR (Production Manager) is extremely honored to be back with this excellent cast and crew for his 11th summer at MTWichita. Throughout the years since 2000, he’s had the chance to apprentice, build, design, and even act for MTWichita, and will now be the year round Production Manager, working closely with the awesome MTW staff. A loyal Kansan, Jeff graduated from East High and earned his BA in Musical Theatre from Friends University in 2006. In 2011, he earned an MFA in Design & Technology from UMKC. Jeff would like to thank the staff of MTWichita for their support and guidance, and thanks to his wonderful family for their love.
DEREK OLSON (Technical Director) is excited to be back with MTWichita where he started in 1999 as a floater between the prop shop, paint shop, electrics, sound, and the scene shop. He ended up floating his way permanently into the scene shop. Since then he has held the title of carpenter, master carpenter, technical director and car restoration specialist. He would like to thank his wife Jenny and his two beautiful children, Phillip and Evelyn.
DEBBIE ROBERTS (Costumer / Shop Manager) has designed costumes for many shows here, including Curtains, Les Misérables, White Christmas, Thoroughly Modern Millie, High School Musical, State Fair, Funny Girl, The Most Happy Fella, On the Town and West Side Story, plus special costumes for Aida, My Fair Lady (all of Eliza’s gowns), Annie Get Your Gun, Man of La Mancha, Crazy for You, The Sound of Music, My One and Only, and various Festival of Broadway shows. A graduate of Friends University, Debbie received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dance and Ballet. “I am so proud of the work that Music Theatre of Wichita does, it is always a pleasure to work each season. While California is home, work in the costume field takes me to New York each Christmas season to work for the World Famous Radio City Rockettes. It has been over 20 years that Wichita has been my summer home and I look forward to meeting new people and learning new skills each time. Enjoy the shows!”
EMILY F. McMULLEN (Production Stage Manager) is back for her 13th summer with MTWichita. Previous productions here include The Music Man, Sunset Boulevard, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Curtains, Gypsy, Crazy for You, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Producers, Les Misérables, Big River, …Forum, Seven Brides…, Sweet Charity, Phantom!, Seussical, A Chorus Line, West Side Story, Chicago, Good News!, and ShowBoat. Throughout the year, she is the Production Stage Manager at Merrimack Repertory Theatre outside of Boston. She has also stage managed for North Shore Music Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, South Coast Repertory, Capital Repertory Theater, Musical Theatre Guild, Actors Theatre of Phoenix, Broadway Texas, Theatre Emory, and The Shadowland Theatre. Proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.
TIFFANY K. ORR (Stage Manager) is originally from Oklahoma. She currently lives in Minneapolis / Saint Paul where she is the production manger for Theater Latte Da. While in the twin cities, she has also stage managed for companies including the Pillsbury House Theatre, The Children’s Theatre Company, Theatre Latte Da, Park Square Theatre, The Playwrights’ Center, The Director’s, and the Guthrie. Previously she has worked on more than a dozen productions as part of the stage management team at the Phoenix Theatre, including Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Women, You Can’t Take It With You, Smokey Joe’s Café and The Will Rogers Follies.
AMANDA BOWMAN (Assistant Stage Manager) is delighted to be returning for her 8th summer at MTWichita, and is very excited to graduate from WSU in December. During the year, she is stage manager for the Wichita Symphony Orchestra and is also a member of IATSE Local 190.
STEVE LANDES (Director of the Apprentice Program / Shopper-Buyer) is proud to return for his eighteenth summer as the Apprentice Program Director. A Wichita resident for twenty two years, Steve worked for Friends University, the Wichita Center for the Arts, and Shakespeare in the Park. Steve moved to the Kansas City area eight years ago for a teaching position. As an educator, Steve continues to be very excited about working with the apprentices in this unique training program (and MTW is deeply grateful for Steve’s creative dedication to our young people!).
JENNIFER FISHER (Signing Interpreter) I’m thrilled and honored to be back for my fourth season at MTWichita. Interpreting music theatre is my dream job and I can’t thank Wayne and his staff enough for letting me return. Music is my passion and bringing that form of entertainment to the Deaf Community has been very rewarding. I keep busy with my two wonderful girls, Kara and Stephanie, and lead the Deaf Ministry at Central Community Church. Sporadically I interpret other theatrical productions in Wichita such as Wicked (2009) and Music Theatre for Young People’s production of No Small Feat (2011). My other interpreting passion (besides MTWichita), is concerts. I’ve worked with: Castin Crowns, Michael W. Smith, Jeremy Camp, and Clay Aiken. I would like to thank my husband for his support and most importantly God for the blessings He’s given me and the opportunity to work in such an amazing place.