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* Richard Allen (Three Sisters) worked on the Academy Award nominated film Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, providing Digital Voice.  He also worked as a Digital Voice artist on the Jumanjii television series.
* Robin Armstrong  (Don Juan in Chicago, How I Learned to Drive, etc.)  works professionally as a director, actor, fight director, costume designer, educator and author.  Awards: Robin received a Leon Rabin Award nomination for costuming The Frog Prince at Theatre Britain.  Other: Robin is a member of the Theatre faculty at Collin College.  Hall-of-Fame: Robin is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Laura Ault (Black Comedy, God’s Country, A New Brain, etc.) is a singer/songwriter living in New York City.  She is a graduate of Hunter College and made her New York debut in a musical comedy revue called Shred It Till It Blooms.  She has composed and performed songs that appeared on "All My Children," "The Guiding Light," "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," "Living Lohan" and in commercials for Toyota and Urban Outfitters. Her song "Like a Star" was featured in the film, We Made This Movie, directed by Robb Burnett. Laura recently released her second album.  Hall-of-Fame: Laura is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Laura Bailey (Through a Glass Onion, subUrbia, etc.) is an actress and director working in film, commercial media, music and voice over for animation.  Read an article about Laura's work.  Film: Mr. Brooks (with Kevin Costner), Graduation Day, Alamo Gold, The Final Semester, Placebo, The Ruffian, A Four Course Meal, Four Sheets to the Wind, The Staircase Murders, and The Anarchist’s CookbookTelevision: Walker: Texas Ranger and ThiefAnimation: Blue Gender, Diamond Daydreams, Yu-Yu Hakusho, Fruits Basket, Full Metal Alchemist, Gunslinger Girl, Kodocha and Dragon Ball ZVideo Games: BloodRayne, Deus Ex: The Invisible War, Roadkill, Spike Out: Battle Street, and Aeon Flux.  Other: Laura can be seen at animation conventions across the country. She taught a workshop at Collin College in voice-over for animation.  Agent: Laura is represented by The Horne Agency.  More Info: Animation resume, or Internet Movie DatabaseHall-of-Fame: Laura is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Amanda Baker (1994)  is a professional actress and singer living in Dallas.  Broadway/Tours: Footloose, Pure Country and Grease (Asia Tour).  Cruise Ships: Amanda helped launch the maiden voyage of the first Disney cruise ship, the Disney Magic, singing classic rock and country.  Music: Performed at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, and worked for MCA Records in the A&R and publicity departments.  Her self-titled debut CD is now available.  Other: Amanda fulfilled a professional and personal calling by performing internationally with the USO (United Service Organizations, made popular by Bob Hope).  Through the USO, she has entertained for active military, veterans, numerous celebrity and political figures.  Amanda also performed live at Ground Zero in New York City.
* Andy Bean (The Shape of Things, Compleat Works of Wllm Shakespeare) is a professional actor living in New York City.  He is a graduate of the Acting Conservatory at Purchase College.  Stage: Jamie in Long Day's Journey Into Night at the Arena Stage (directed by Robin Phillips).  Television: Power.  Film: The Divergent Series: Allegiant.  Commercials: Verizon Droid, Speed Stick and Fun Recycling Video!  Hall-of-Fame: Andy is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Wendy Brantley  (Buried Child, Macbeth, Sylvia, etc.)  passed away on October 29th following a long battle with cancer.  Prior to her death, Wendy worked as an actress in New York City.  She graduated from Marymount Manhattan College, where she appeared in an acclaimed production of Elmer Rice's The Adding Machine.  Professionally, Wendy worked as a model, on the television soap opera "The Guiding Light," and she appeared in the acclaimed off-Broadway production of Sam Shepard's A Lie of the Mind.  Wendy also worked as an activist on behalf of persons living with cancer.  Hall-of-Fame: Wendy is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Gregg W. Brooks  (Noises Off, Stand-Up Tragedy, etc.)  is a professional lighting designer and lighting technician with Vari*Lite, Inc., the most technologically advanced computerized lighting system in the world.  He has worked the Super Bowl, the Atlanta Olympics, and rock tours for artists such as Michael Jackson (World Tour), The Rolling Stones and Aerosmith.  Gregg is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Alicia (Matthias) Burgin  (Stand-Up Tragedy, The Three Musketeers, The House of Blue Leaves, etc.) served for many years as the Production Stage Manager, Sound Designer, and Technical Producer of "Center Stage" with the A.D. Players in Houston.  She and her husband own and operate a store called Pure Body Nutrition.  Hall-of-Fame: Alicia is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Ryan Burke (Execution of Justice, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, etc.) is the Technical Theatre Director at Centennial High School in Frisco.  Ryan previously taught at Mesquite High School, where his production of The Yellow Boat raised money for Bryan's House (Pediatric A.I.D.S. hospice) in Dallas.  Hall-of-Fame: Ryan is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Dondrie Burnham (A New Brain, The Three Sisters, etc.) is an actor, advisor and poet living in Houston.  Dondrie earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at Marymount Manhattan College, where she worked as a Recruiter in the Theatre Admissions Office.  After graduating, she co-founded StoneSoup Theatre Arts, a political theatre company based in Manhattan, serving as both a company and board member.  While in New York, Dondrie also worked with the Hip-Hop Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering, facilitating and preserving hip hop culture.  She started as the Acquisitions Coordinator and was soon after appointed as the Director of Film Programming and Acquisitions for the H2O (Hip-Hop Odyssey) International Film Festival, the largest hip hop film festival worldwide.  Other NYC gigs include work with the New York Women in Film and Television, coordinating events and programs to help promote women in film.  Although she has always used poetry as a means of self-expression, it was an invitation to be published in “We Got Issues! A Young Women’s Guide to a Bold, Courageous and Empowered Life," which inspired her to publish her poetry and later set that collection to music.  Dondrie recently relocated to Houston, where she is recording a solo album.  She also travels nationwide speaking on panels for arts in academics, women in the film industry and black women’s roles in media.
* Chris Cantrell  (Oleanna, Macbeth, The Rimers of Eldritch, etc.) is an actor living in Los Angeles.  Stage: Richard III off-Broadway at the Judith Shakespeare Company.  Chris also spent one year as a company member with the Shakespeare Theatre of Washington DC, where he performed in productions under the direction of Mark Lamos, Michael Kahn and Bill Alexander.  Productions include The Rivals, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Henry IV Pt 1, Henry IV Pt 2, and one play in the Tennessee Williams Festival at the Kennedy Center.  Animation: Yu Yu Hakusho and Fruits BasketAuthor: His original script, The Worth of Me, was a finalist for the Jean Kennedy Smith Award.  Awards: Chris was a 2003 ACTF Irene Ryan National FinalistTelevision: Toyota Corolla (Super Bowl '08), Wells Fargo.
* Andrew T. Chandler  (Oleanna, Macbeth, etc.) is an on-air radio personality and actor.  Radio: Andrew became the Program Director, Music Director, Production Director, and Morning Show Host at a country radio station in Corpus Christi area before being offered the Morning Show on “Country’s West Texas Giant” KGKL in San Angelo, Texas.  He currently works at a radio station in Dallas.  Voice/Animation: Dragonball Z, Dragonball GT, Yu Yu Hakusho, Kiddy Grade, Full Metal Alchemist, Blue Gender, Burst Angel, Gunslinger Girl, and others.  He has also been featured in several video games.  Music: Andy traveled the country with two bands, The Quitters and The Wicked Funny Hella Cool BandStage: Andrew toured with West Texas Productions, acting in their Shenani-Guns! comedy gun fight shows.  More Info: animation resumeHall-of-Fame: Andrew is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Brendan Cyrus (Baby, Songs for a New World) is a professional actor and choreographer.  Stage: His first professional acting job was as a child actor in the National Tour of Joseph, starring Sam Harris.  He made his New York debut in the musical Opal, directed by Lynn Taylor-Corbett.  He has performed at many DFW area theatres, including Lyric Stage (Titanic, Cinderella), Plano Repertory Theatre (The Rocky Horror Show, Schoolhouse Rock Live!, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, A Chorus Line, Swing!), Garland Summer Musicals (West Side Story, Annie Get Your Gun, Gypsy, Grease), Garland Civic Theatre (Once Upon a Mattress), and Richardson Children's Theatre (Into the Woods).  Choreography: Chicago at the Plano Repertory Theatre.  Cruise Ships: Brendan starred in two shows aboard the Disney Magic Cruise Line; and was the lead singer on Royal Caribbean's Empress of the Seas.
* Denton Davies (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Learned Ladies, etc.) is a Theatre Educator.  He currently serves as the Technical Theatre Director at San Jacinto College.  At Collin College, Denton served in many capacities both on and off stage.  He completed his Bachelor's degree at the University of Oklahoma.  Denton is the recipient of six Collin Theatre Awards, including awards for Scenic Design, Running Crew and Best Supporting Actor; for his performance in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.  Denton was named Outstanding Theatre Student in 2002-2003.  Hall-of-Fame: Denton is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Shawn Patrick Dollinger  (subUrbia, Don't Rock the Jukebox, etc.)  is an actor living in New York City.  Film: Price Check and Robert Altman's mockumentary, Tanner '04, co-starring Cynthia Nixon.  Television: All My ChildrenStage: Shawn works at the famed Actor's Studio, and appeared off-Broadway in The Kids Are Awake.
* Andrew Duckworth  (As Is, Stand-Up Tragedy, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, etc.)  is a sound designer and educator.  Andy teaches in the Collin Music Department.  Hall-of-Fame: Andrew is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Kara Edwards (1995-98)  is a voice actor living in Dallas.  Radio: She served as the co-host of "The Squeege and Kara Show" on Radio Disney.   Commercials: Blockbuster, Playmates Toys, Mattel, Toys R' Us, Publix, Jamestown Mall, Levi's, Thorobred Chevrolet, FirstComm Music, Foley's, Food Lion, Kohl's, Carrabas, Clinique, Lancome, Sprint PCS, NBC, and many others.  Animation: DragonBall Z, Yu-Yu Hakusho, and Solty Rei.  Kara can be seen at animation conventions across the country (Pic).  Television: The Adventures of Young Van Helsing: The Lost Scepter.  More Info: Animation resume.
* Nathan Engelman (Buried Child, Stand-Up Tragedy, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, etc.) is an actor and stunt man living in Dallas.  Film: MTV's Spring Break Lawyer and 13 Moons, starring Steve Buscemi.  Nathan also worked as a stunt man on the hit television series, Buffy the Vampire SlayerStunts: Nathan owns his own stunt company - Stunt Monkeys - that trains and supplies stunt actors for film and television productions.
* Kirk Extrell (Three Musketeers, As Is, Stand-Up Tragedy, etc.) is a professional actor.  Stage: Fuerzabruta (off-Broadway), WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Three, Flower Mound Performing Arts Theatre, and others.  Film/Television: America's Most Wanted, Takedown, Panic Time, H-E-B, and in a Cowboy Troy music video.  Commercials: Radio Shack, American Airlines, Attel, Dallas Morning News, Diet Pepsi, Wingstop, Triad Medical Supply, JC Penney and Bushmills Irish Whiskey.  Agent: Kirk is represented by The Horne Agency.
* Jennifer (Laws) Fermaint (Gypsy, Don't Rock the Jukebox, A New Brain, etc.) is a dance teacher, choreographer and photographer living in Dallas.  Teaching: Staff instructor with the Hathaway Academy of Ballet and the Douglass Recreation Center and the Boys and Girls Club.  She toured with the Manhattan Dance Project and Broadway on the Road, and served as an assistant with CAS/Ailey Camp, the outreach program of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre.  Stage: Garland Summer Musicals, Irving Community Theatre (as Lola in Damn Yankees), and others.  Choreography: She has choreographed numerous shows across the Metroplex, and was the resident choreographer for "The Column Theatre Awards."  Other: Jennifer has also appeared as her alter ego Wonder Woman - at Six Flags.  Check out this awesome photo of Jennifer and the great Chita Rivera.  Jennifer is the 2009 recipient of the Chita Rivera Dance Award!  Jennifer and her husband are the owners of Fermaint Photography in Plano.
* Nicolas Flower (Boy Gets Girl, Compleat Works of Wllm Shkspr, etc.) is an actor living in New York City.  Nick is a graduate of the Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase.  He originated the role of Tom in Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo by Rajif Joseph, and has also appeared in The Footage (off-Broadway), The Cherry Orchard, As You Like It, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Dark of the Moon and Six Degrees of SeparationTelevision: The Good WifeAgent: Nick is represented by The Krasny Office (TKO).
* Sean Fornara (God’s Country, Black Comedy, The Apple Tree, etc.) is an actor and film technician living in New York City.  Film: Sean is a graduate of the New York Film Academy.  He has worked on feature films and commercials, including: The Producers, Julius Caesar and Across the Universe, directed by Julie Taymor.  He co-produced and co-directed a documentary film (with Michael Urie) about the Texas NFL Speech Tournaments, entitled Thank You for JudgingStage: Moonchildren off-Broadway.  Awards: Sean's ensemble cast was nominated for an Audelco Award for ensemble performance off-Broadway.
* Scott Michael Foster  (Baby)  is a professional actor living in Los Angeles.  Film: The Horrible Flowers, Teenage Dirtbag and Forever Charlie.  Television: Greek, Once Upon a Time, Blood and Oil, Chasing Life, Zero Hour, The River. Californication, Friends With Benefits, Law & Order: LA, Parenthood, Melissa and Joey, Quarterlife, The Game, Women's Murder Club, Neighbros Commercials: Ford, Mervyn's and Verizon.  Music:  Scott sings in a band called Sirens Eye.  Agent: Scott is represented by the Sutton, Barth, Vennari Agency.  More Info: Internet Movie Database Hall-of-Fame: Scott is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* April Gentry (Through a Glass Onion, God's Country, etc.) is a professional actress living in New York City.  Film: She has appeared in independent films such as He's Way More Famous Than You, Zooquarium, The Hipster Treatment, Taking Chances, Beware the Wolf, 21 Shots, Forever, and The Last Time I Trust YouTelevision: What's Your Emergency.  Stage performances include Fool For Love and The Green Game (NYC).  She has appeared in commercials for Muller Light Yogurt.  Web page: www.april-gentry.com
* K. Danor Gerald (You Can't Take it With You, etc.) is a professional actor, director and writer living in Los Angeles.  Film: High School Musical 2, Deep Winter, Forever Strong, House of Fears, Cold Snap, Believe, The Doorstep, Rules of the Game, The History of Jazz Music in Utah, Kinda' Blue, All the King's Men, The Redemption of Sarah Cain, The Yankles, and Blind Dating.  Danor recently directed his first feature film, the thriller, Bayou JusticeTelevision: Blood and Oil, Everwood and SheenaCommercials: Levi's, The Finish Line, Taco Cabana, Progress Energy, Vital Smarts and Universal Pictures-Orlando.  Stage: Theatre Three, Dallas Children's Theatre and the Undermain Theatre.  More Info: Internet Movie DatabaseReel: Click here to view Danor's film reel.

* Jenae (Yerger) Glanton (The Heiress, Still Life, You Can't Take it With You, etc.)  is a professional actress and educator in Dallas-Fort Worth. She holds a B.A. and M.A. in Theater. Educator Awards: 2015 Texas Educational Theatre Association K-8 Educator of the Year, 2015 RISD - Cain MS - Teacher of the Year, Carrollton-Farmers Branch VIP 2007.  Theater: Stage West: The Real Inspector HoundMonster; Circle Theatre: Crimes of the Heart; Contemporary Theatre of Dallas (DFW Column Award Nomination - Best Actress): Right Ho, JeevesSteel MagnoliasThe Blue Moon DancingCrimes of the Heart Jenae began her career as part of the Administrative team at Stage West/Allied Theatre Group; working as the theatre's Box Office Manager and Administrative Associate, overseeing the theatre's development and grant writing. Teaching: Jenae is a theater director in Rockwall ISD. She also serves on the Texas Thespians Board of Directors and the Texas Educational Theatre Association Board of Directors as K-12 Chair.  Hall-of-Fame: Jenae is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.

* Dave Hare  (God's Country, Gypsy, etc.) is a professional lighting designer and lighting technician.  He has served as the Lighting Director for Six Flags Over Texas; and is frequently on tour with George StraitHall-of-Fame: Dave is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Michael Harris (aka Michael Isaac)  (The Apple Tree, etc.) is a professional actor living in New York City and Dallas.  Education: Michael is a graduate of New York University and the Guildford School of Acting in England.  Stage: The Full Monty, Jekyll & Hyde, South Pacific, Camelot, Masada, My Fair Lady, Hello Dolly, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, The Secret Garden, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Baby, Mack and Mabel, Honk!, A Christmas Carol, Assassins, Julius Caesar, and Dangerous CornerOther: Michael is a proud member of Actors Equity Association.
* Cameron Hefty  (A New Brain, Gypsy, Through a Glass Onion, etc.) is a theatre technician and producer.  After completing an Internship in Stage Management at the Juilliard School of Drama, Cameron began working with the Manhattan Dance Project, serving as their Coordinator of Touring.  Cameron is the Vice President of ProFormance Systems, LLC.  Hall-of-Fame: Cameron is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Michael Hollomon  (Side Man, As Is, Picnic, The Exonerated, etc.) is an actor and educator living in Dallas.  Hall-of-Fame: Michael is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Micaela Johnson  (2005-2006) was crowned Miss Nebraska USA 2008!  Film: Magic Mike, Transformers 3, Sydney White, Crazy Stupid Love, Magic Mike, Accidentally in Love, Static, In Limbo, The Last Turn, SpeakeasyTelevision: Modern Family, The Young and the Restless, C.S.I.: Miami, Brothers and Sisters, Castle, Hawthorne, Good Luck Charlie, Dark Blue, Greek, Walker Texas Ranger, The View, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, Larry King Live, Jonas, Barney, The Today Show, and others.  Commercial/Print: McDonalds, Comcast, Verizon Wireless, Radio Shack, Tom Thumb, Papa John's, Salvation Army, Lowe's, Education Connection, Muscle and Fitness Magazine, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Calendar.  Other: Micaela was a Dallas Cowboys CheerleaderMore Info: Internet Movie Database 
* Justin A.P. Jones  (Assassins, The Horton Foote Trilogy, Midsummer, etc) is a professional actor and graphic designer living in California.  Stage: Hair (off-Broadway); The Drowsy Chaperone, The Light in the Piazza, Kiss Me Kate (California); Offsides: East Village Fragments Festival, Theatre Three, Flower Mound Performing Arts Center, ICT Mainstage, Hip Pocket Theatre, Plano Repertory Theatre, Casa Manana, Repertory Company Theatre, Collin Theatre Center, and many others.  He appears as a dancer in a music video, and he toured North America with BARNEY Live: Let's Go!  Education: Justin attended the famed Circle in the Square Acting Conservatory.  Graphic Design: Justin's graphic designs have been seen at the Collin Theatre Center and others.
* Normita Joven  (Heaven Can Wait, Lost in Wunderland, etc.) is a Marketing/PR Manager, Reporter/Columnist for Beauty Fashion international magazine based out of NYC, professional actress, and volunteers as a karate instructor for Texins Karate Club.  Film: A Tribute to Big Red with Gary Coleman, The Death of Tom Tootlesworth produced by The Dallas Cowboys broadcasting group, Diva's World, Roach Man, Nemesis, Coming of Age, Climbing Changes, Holy Tortilla, Santiago.  Television: Battleground Earth with Tommy Lee and Ludacris, Barney and Friends (HIT Entertainment), Day Star Television Promo., Tae Bo Amped Infomercial with Billy Blanks, Prison Break (FOX), Sons of Thunder (CBS), Walker Texas Ranger (CBS), Frequent Flyer (ABC TV Movie), Half a Dog's Life, Wishbone (KERA).  Commercials/Industrial Video/Print: Over 100 credits.  Education: Southern Methodist University, Cum Laude graduate of Broadcast Journalism, Women's Studies, and Theatre.  Other: Ms. Joven has worked in marketing, PR, and special events for numerous high-profile clients such as Coca-Cola, Pepsi, The US Armed Forces, Remy Martin, Absolut Vodka, Heineken, E-Bay, Dr Pepper, Cingular Wireless, Dannon, Sony, Lowe's, RJ Reynolds, Procter and Gamble, and many more. As a writer, Ms. Joven has covered events for such high profile beauty companies such as Chanel, Lancome, L'Oreal USA, Coty, P&G Designer Fragrances, Aramis and Designer Fragrances, and many more. She has interviewed such international celebrities as Carlos Santana and Jessica Simpson. Agent: Normita is represented by LindaMcAlister TalentMore Info: Internet Movie Database.
* Elizabeth Judd (2008-2009) is an actress living in New York City.  Elizabeth trained at the acclaimed CAP-21 musical theatre training program at New York University.  While in Dallas, Elizabeth performed at theatres across the Dallas Metroplex. National Tours: "Wendla" in the National Tour of Spring AwakeningOff-Broadway: "Ivy" in bare: a pop opera at New World Stages.  Broadway: Elizabeth made her Broadway debut in Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark; covering the role of "Mary Jane."  Hall-of-Fame: Elizabeth is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Misty Keasler (God's Country, Sylvia) is a professional photographic artist whose work has been shown in galleries around the world.  Publications: Misty has been reviewed and/or published in Newsweek, Texas Monthly, Harper’s, Art in America, Dallas Morning News, and the Photo District NewsHer book of documentary photographs entitled Love Hotels: The Hidden Fantasy Rooms of Japan has recently been published.  Click here to purchase the book on Amazon.  Awards: Misty and writer Charles D’Ambrosio were awarded the 2003 Dorothea Lange/Paul Taylor prize by the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.  The pair won the prize on the basis of their proposal to document the community of migrant Mayan Indians living on the rim of a trash dump in Guatemala City.  Misty was selected as one of the top 30 young photographers in the world by the Photo District News, and was named one of the "64 People to Watch in Dallas!" by D Magazine.  Other: Click here to read a feature article about Misty's work.  Hall-of-Fame: Misty is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.

* Jen Kober  (Sylviais a former Associate Faculty member at Collin College.  She is also one of the funniest women on the planet!  Education: Jen was trained in Chicago at both Second City's Player's Workshop and Improv Olympic.  Television: Anger Management, The Middle, Franklin and Bash, The Mindy project, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Treme, and others.  Jen performed with Regis Philbin as the audience warm up for his tapings of Who Wants to be a Millionaire.  She also appeared on LIVE with Regis and Kelly, CNN and Good Morning America as part of the National Press Event for Walt Disney's 100th birthday celebration.  Comedy Tours: Junk in My Trunk and The Age of Hilarious.

* Elizabeth Kopitke (1995-1996) is a professional actress living in New York City.  A company member of Amphibian Stage productions, her credits include A Buyer's Market, Bash, and others.  Elizabeth graduated from TCU, and holds an MFA from Rutgers University.
* Thomas Charles LeGalley (Terra Nova, Stefanie Hero, etc.)  is a  costume and scenic designer living in New York City.  Education: Texas Woman’s University (undergrad), Southern Methodist University (grad).  Teaching: Thomas formerly taught on the faculty at Flower Mound High School.  Design: Made his Broadway debut as the costume designer for the musical, Lysistrata Jones.  Thomas has also assisted on the Broadway musical Shrek; on the musical, Memphis; and on the off-Broadway musical, The Toxic Avenger.  He also served as the Associate Costume Designer for the Tony Award winning musical, Kinky Boots.  His work has also been featured in the festival of Horton Foote plays being presented at Signature Theatre in New York City, 39 Steps (designer) at the Hartford Stage Company and Off-Broadway, and in Give It Up! at the Dallas Theater Center.  He is the 2008 recipient of the National Partners of the American Theatre Award for Design Excellence.  Hall-of-Fame: Thomas is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Lindsay Luker (Gypsy, Macbeth, FourPlay, etc.)  is a professional stage manager.  She currently serves as a Production Supervisor for Sea World Entertainment.  Lindsay has also worked at the Santa Fe Opera, Kingwood Theatre, Runway Theatre, USITT National Convention, and Sam Houston State University.
Shelley Malil  (1992-93)  is a professional actor living in Los Angeles.  Film: Collateral Damage with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Holes, Dead Man on Campus, Crossing Over with Harrison Ford and Sean Penn, Columbus Day with Val Kilmer, This is Not a Test, Ping Pong Playa, Mr. Fix-It, El Cortez, Albert Brooks' Looking for Comedy in a Muslim World, and The 40-Year Old VirginTelevision: E.R., The West Wing, Party of Five, Scrubs, Silk Stalkings, Reba, Mike Hammer, Luis, The Jamie Foxx Show, NYPD Blue, The District, Briscoe County Jr., and on Tracey Ullman's comedy special, Tracey Takes On Commercials: Shelley is fondly remembered for his award-winning commercials for BudweiserAwards: Shelley was selected as one of the ”Top 10 Overlooked Performances of 2005” by the Associated Press for his performance in The 40-Year-Old Virgin.  He is the recipient of a Clio Award (for the Budweiser commercials), a Los Angeles Ovation Award as Best Featured Actor for his performance as Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and was nominated for the Los Angeles Ovation Award for his performance in subUrbia.  More Info: Internet Movie DatabaseHall-of-Fame: Shelley is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Michael Maresca (Assassins, Baby, The Learned Ladies, etc.)  is a professional actor and vocal coach living in Texas.  He currently serves as the Vocal Coach for the Musical Theatre Department at Texas State University.  Stage: He made his professional debut as a member of the National touring company of Saturday Night Fever, which toured the United States and Canada.  Michael also performed in the National Tour of Mamma Mia!  Film:  Michael will appear in the independent film, The Train.  Vocal Coach: Michael is a highly sought-after vocal coach, and is the Director of MM One Voice.  More Info: web page Hall-of-Fame: Michael is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Meredith Mauldin (subUrbia, Don't Rock the Jukebox, etc.) is a professional actor and singer living in Dallas.  Film: The Ringer, North of Nowhere, The Imposter, The Final Semester, Kushi, The Anarchist's Cookbook, Slap Her She's French, Graduation Day and The Deadbeat Club.  Television: NBC's Saving Jessica Lynch, and the music video for Kenny Chesney’s hit, "There Goes My Life;" which won numerous CMA awards.  Commercials: Chevy, 7-Eleven, ColorTyme, Samsung, J.C. Penney, PepBoys, Blockbuster, Radio Shack, Garden Ridge, Black Angus Steak House, Auto Zone, MedQuist, and many others.  A billboard featuring Meredith can be seen in New York's Times Square.  Animation: Dragon Ball Z, Blue Gender, Yu Yu Hakusho, Fruits Basket, Lupin the 3rd, Kiddy Grade, Full Metal Alchemist, Spiral, Case Closed, Gunslinger Girl, Rumbling Hearts, and many others.  Music: Meredith toured as a singer/dancer with Vince Vance and the Valiants, and was a member of the singing group Paper Dolls Her original song "Empty" appears in the feature film, The ImposterAgent: Meredith is represented by The Horne Agency.  Hall-of-Fame: Meredith is a member of our Hall-of-FameMore Info: Internet Movie Database.
* Kris McDonald (subUrbia, Don't Rock the Jukebox) is a filmmaker living in Hollywood.  Kris completed his degree in Film at Full Sail, where he served as Unit Production Manager for a short called, Red Handed which won Best Picture, Best Audio and Best Editing at the DC Film Festival held at the Enzian Theatre.  Film: Kris works as an editor for a film trailer company, and he has edited the trailers for Hustle & Flow, Silent Hill, Ice Age: The Meltdown, Talladega Nights, The Pursuit of Happyness, Children of Men, United 93, and many others.  He also worked as an editor on London, starring Jessica Biel.
* Kathryn Merry (Gypsy, God’s Country, The Three Sisters, etc.) is an actor living in New York City.  Education: Kathryn graduated with honors from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied with the Stella Adler Conservatory and the Experimental Theatre Wing in Amsterdam.  Television: Orange is the New BlackStage: Moon Over Buffalo, Romeo & Juliet, The Man Who Would Be King, as Ophelia in Ravi Jain's Hamlet, in The Bomb, produced by the International WOW Company, as Desdemona in the Aquila Theatre Company production of Othello, and in the Aquila Theatre Company's acclaimed 60's era James Bond/Go-Go-esque re-setting of Much Ado About Nothing.  That production was invited to perform at the White House ... where Kathryn shook President Bush's hand while wearing a black pleather cat suit (a la Emma Peele)!  Film: Plasterhead, The Creek, The Cult of Sincerity and Thirsty Commercials: Hasbro.  More Info: web page or Internet Movie DatabseHall-of-Fame: Kathryn is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Ryan "Nubie" Morris (The Heiress, Kringle's Window, Stand-Up Tragedy, etc.) is a professional lighting designer and technician, currently working with Christie Lites.  He previously worked at the Vari*Lite, Inc. corporate office in Dallas.  Ryan is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Arianna Movassagh (A Christmas Carol, Quilters, etc.) is a professional actor and choreographer.  Awards: Arianna won a Leon Rabin Award for her performance as The Baker's Wife in Irving Community Theatre's Mainstage production of Into the WoodsAgent: Arianna is represented by Linda McAlister Talent.  Hall-of-Fame: Arianna is a member of our Hall-of-Fame
* Jimmy Hays Nelson (Bat Boy, The Apple Tree, Buried Child, etc.) is a professional actor and health care advocate living in Dallas.  Stage: Sundown (Lyric Stage); Side Show (off-Broadway); Hell's Kitchen (Off-Broadway); Bat Boy (Arizona Premiere); Titanic (Lyric Stage); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Plano Repertory Theatre); A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline (WaterTower Theatre); Baby (Contemporary Theatre of Dallas); Schoolhouse Rock Live! (Plano Rep); Forever Plaid (Plano Rep); Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Uptown Players); and Desperate Measures, a World Premiere co-production by Lyric Stage and Casa Manana.  Jimmy is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association.  Television: Ugly Betty, Ally McBeal, The Practice, and Gilmore Girls.  Jimmy also served as host of the syndicated television talk show, Teen Talk.  Awards: Jimmy was nominated for a Leon Rabin Award as Best Actor in a musical for his performance in My Favorite Year at the Plano Repertory Theatre.  Hall-of-Fame: Jimmy is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Tiffany Olson (A Christmas Carol, The Hands of its Enemy) is a professional actor and choreographer.  She appeared in Man on the Moon, dancing with Jim Carrey as "Tony Clifton."  Tiffany has choreographed for Britney Spears and Madonna, and she choreographed the 5th Annual TV Land Awards show.
* Candice Patton (Titus Andronicus) is a professional actor living in Los Angeles.  Television: Candice stars on the CW series The Flash.  She previously starred on the web series, Sorority Forever, and served as a host of E! News Now.  She won the CBS Early Show Soap Star Talent Search, and was awarded a contract to appear on the television soap opera The Young and the Restless.  She has also appeared on Grey's Anatomy, Rizzoli & Isles, One Tree Hill, Man Up!, Heroes, Castle, Entourage, CSI: Miami, Harry's Law, Love Bites, The Bold and the Beautiful and Days of Our LivesFilm:  The Craigslist Killer, Commander and ChiefCommercials: Audi (Super Bowl), Taco Bell, Pier I Imports and others.  More Info: Internet Movie Database
* Diane Perrotta is a Producer working in Hollywood.  Television: Dancing With the Stars, The X Factor, American Idol, Sarah Palin's Alaska, The Prototype, Parental Control.
* Ragan Pharris (Little Women, Rent) is a professional actor living in New York City.  Broadway: Waitress (written by Sara Bareilles; Ensemble/Understudy to Jessie Mueller).  Regional Theatre: Waitress (A.R.T.), Light in the Piazza (directed by Victoria Clark), We Foxes (by Ryan Scott Oliver), Legally Blonde, Oklahoma, Footloose, Spring AwakeningEducation: Ragan is a BFA graduate of the Pace University Musical Theatre program.
* Chad E. Phillips (Execution of Justice, Stand-Up Tragedy, Terra Nova, etc.) is the Co-Artistic Director and Producer of Stage West Theatre in Milwaukee.  Hall-of-Fame: Chad is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Brendan Quigley (Assistant Technical Director, 1992-96) is a professional lighting technician.  Broadway: Wicked, Riverdance, Jerusalem, A Streetcar Named DesireNational Tours: Wicked, Riverdance and Aida Music Tours: Whitney Houston, Van Halen, Michael W. Smith, and Hank Williams Jr.  Hall-of-Fame: Brendan is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Kathryn Raines (formerly known as Katie Spinks) (Gypsy, You Can't Take it With You, etc.) if a theatre artist living in Hollywood.  She works as the Client Relations Representative for a promotional model staffing agency in Redondo Beach called Encore Nationwide.  Prior to launching her management career, Katie worked as a professional actor and appeared in the National touring company of Big River.
* Jason Ralph (Rocky Horror, Out!, Twelfth Night) is a professional actor living in New York City.  Jason is a graduate of  the acting conservatory at Purchase College.  Television: The Magicians, Aquarias, Smash, Gossip Girl, The Good Wife, Blue Bloods, Manhattan, Madame Secretary, Unforgettable Film: A Most Violent YearBroadway: Peter and the StarcatcherMore Info: web pageOther: Internet Movie Database
* Carine Rice (In the Heights, Les Miserables) is a professional actress and model living in Dallas.  Education: She graduated with a Bachelors in Arts and Performance from the University of Texas at Dallas.  Stage: Noises Off (Contemporary Theatre of Dallas), The Shape of Things, God's Favorite, Cactus Flower.  Film: Red Handed, Wake, Traveling IncognitoAgent: Kim Dawson Agency.  Other: Carine works as a Program Assistant with Junior Players.
* Stephanie Duckham Rose (As Is, Stand-Up Tragedy, Buried Child, etc.) is an actress and educator living in Dallas.  Hall-of-Fame: Stephanie is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Valecia Sarmento  (Macbeth, Gypsy, etc.)  is a professional Makeup Designer.  Education: Brigham Young University.  Film: The Alamo, Air, Miss Congeniality, A Life Less Ordinary, Noble Things, Trailer Park of Terror, Still Holding On: The Cadillac Jack Story, The Ticket, Unabomber: The True Story, The Trojan Horse, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, The Touch (for which she received a Sundance Film Festival Honorable Mention award for Best Makeup), Holiday in Your Heart, The Fanglys, Officer Down, Disney's Wish Upon a Star, Working Stiffs, Caged Meat and Worm, No ChaserTelevisionBuffy the Vampire Slayer and Dr. Quinn, Medicine WomanMore Info: Internet Movie DatabaseHall-of-Fame: Valecia is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Sarah Saunders (A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Shape of Things, etc.)  is an actor living in New York.  Education: She graduated with honors from the Purchase Conservatory of Acting, where she was seen in various productions, including: The Three Sisters, Dark of the Moon, As You Like It, The Cherry Orchard, and many more.  In March of 2008, Sarah wrote and performed her one-woman show, Gravity, as her farewell to the Purchase Repertory stage.  Stage: Silent Heroes (off-Broadway), The Pursuit of Happiness (Hudson Stage), The Woman Standing on the Moon (off-Broadway).  Television: Army Wives (Lifetime), Days of Our Lives, The Young and the RestlessMore Info: web pageAgent: The Price Group Talent Agency.
* Kelli Sawyer (Picnic) is a professional actress living in New York City.  Education: Kelli is a graduate of the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati.  Stage: South Pacific (National Tour with Robert Goulet), Avenue Q (Broadway, National Tour, and at the Wynn Las Vegas Casino), various Regional Theatre productions, and the off-Broadway musical hit, The Summer of 42Awards: Kelli was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award (Washington DC), as well as the Elliot Norton Award (Boston) for her performance in the tour of Avenue QOther: Kelli is the Voice of Ariel for Walt Disney World's "Voyage of the Little Mermaid" installation.  Hall-of-Fame: Kelli is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Andrew Serna (Bat Boy, The Time of Your Life, etc.) is a professional Stage Manager living in New York City.  Education: He graduated from Marymount Manhattan College.  Theatre: Andrew has worked professionally for numerous theatre companies (Dodger Theatricals, 321 Theatrical Management, Our Time Theatre Company, etc.), and on such shows as Jersey Boys, Matilda, Drumstruck, Our Time: Four One Act Plays, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Broadway and San Francisco), The Rat Pack and Hairspray.  He has also worked with Broadway casting director Andy Zerman.  Hall-of-Fame: Andrew is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Rob Simoneaux (Stand-Up Tragedy, As Is, etc.)  is a lighting technician currently working for PRG (formerly Vari*Lite).  Music Tours: Rob toured with Cher for a year and a half, and has also worked with Fuel, Stevie Nicks, Sheryl Crow, Barbra Streisand, No Doubt, Neil Diamond, Marc Anthony, Christina Aguilera, Sir Elton John, Smash Mouth, N'Sync, Mariah Carey, The Village People ... and Barney.  Film: He is a partner in an Independent Production company called Bryant Entertainment, and was the Executive Producer/Editor on two short films, The Box and Beautiful Flowers.  His company has a television show and two feature films in development.  Other: AFI Tribute to Harrison Ford, 1999 Net Aid at Giants Stadium, and the 2001 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards.  Hall-of-Fame: Rob is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Rashmi Singh  (Bram Stoker's Dracula) is a professional actress, singer and songwriter living in Los Angeles.  Film: Angels and Demons, The Siege with Denzel Washington, Gimme Shelter, The Big Apple, Amanda Kumar's Case and Crescent Moon.  Television: American Odyssey, 10-8 (ABC).  Commercials: Fed Ex, Mastercard, Wachovia Bank, Wendy's, Toyota and CBS.  Stage: Antigone at the New York Fringe Festival, The Madwoman of Chaillot at the McCadden Theatre (Hollywood), and The Skin of Our Teeth at the New York Public Theatre's Shakespeare in the Park.  Awards: Nominated for an Audelco Award for her performance in With Strings at the Africa Arts Theatre.  Music: Rashmi is an accomplished singer and songwriter.  She recently released her first CD.
* Brian J. Smith (A Clockwork Orange, Titus Andronicus)  is a professional actor living in New York City.  Education: Brian graduated from the Juilliard School of DramaStage: The Glass Menagerie (Broadway - TONY Nomination), The Columnist (Broadway), Come Back Little Sheba (Broadway), Good Boys and True (Second Stage, NYC), Three Changes (Playwrights Horizons Theatre), The Laramie Project (WaterTower Theatre), Big Love (Dallas Theater Center), All My Sons and Measure for Measure (Chautauqua Theatre Company), The Fabulous Life of a Size Zero (Off-Broadway).  Film: The War Boys, Red Hook, and Hate Crime.  That film has received numerous awards, including Best Feature and the Audience Favorite Award at the Sedona Film Festival.  Television: Quantico, Sense8, Blue Bloods, Person of Interest, Gossip Girl, Law and Order, Stargate: Universe, and Red Faction: OriginsAwards: TONY Award nomination, Best Supporting Actor in a Play (The Glass Menagerie). Brian was named by D Magazine as one of the "64 People to Watch in Dallas!"  More Info: Internet Movie Database.  Hall-of-Fame: Brian is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Nico Smith  (Oleanna, Macbeth, etc.) is a professional director and theatre business manager.  He currently serves as the Assistant to the Executive Director of the Shakespeare Festival of Dallas.  Stage: The Catty Corner (World Premiere) at the Cherry Lane Theatre in NYC, Shenani-Guns! (Oregon and Georgia), Busker at Lincoln Center in New York, Through a Glass Onion and Down the Road at WaterTower Theatre in Texas, Three Viewings and Heaven (World Premiere) at Quad C Theatre.  Film: North of Nowhere (feature), Love is My Sin (short), Blitz (short), and Badda Bing Badda Boom (short).
* Matt Stamm  (Assassins, A Clockwork Orange, etc) is a professional actor.  Stage: Matt toured North America on the BARNEY Live: Let's Go! tour.  Television: Prison BreakOther: Matt works as the Director of Entertainment for the Frisco Roughriders baseball club.
* Jeremy Stein  (The Shape of Things, etc.) is a professional actor and stunt man living in Dallas.  Stage: Jeremy made his Los Angeles theatre debut in The Shakespeare Company of Santa Monica's productions of Hamlet and Othello.  In Dallas, Jeremy performed professionally in Six Flags Over Texas' Rangers and Outlaws Wild West Stunt Show, in Act One Production's regional premiere of 52-Pickup, and in Classical Acting Company's Romeo and Juliet, under the direction of Chris Pickles.
* Randy Stone  (1988-1989)  is a professional cameraman in Hollywood.  Film: The Cider House Rules, The Hi-Lo Country, Courage Under Fire, Ace Ventura 2: When Nature Calls, The Kingdom, The Better Man, Thick as Thieves, Truth or Consequences, N.M., and Charlie's AngelsTelevision: CSI: Las Vegas, Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Houdini, Martial Law, Walker: Texas Ranger, and the mini-series The Last DonHall-of-Fame: Randy is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Jeff “Flip” Stover (The Hands of Its Enemy, Terra Nova, Stand-Up Tragedy, etc.) is the Technical Director at Missouri Western State University.  Stage: Jeff also works professionally as a designer for Water Tower Theatre, Plano Repertory Theatre, and many others.  Awards: Won the Leon Rabin Award for Outstanding Lighting Design for his work on PRT's production of Journey's End (2000) and for WaterTower Theatre's Sweeney Todd (2002).  Hall-of-Fame: Jeff is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Jason Stuart (God’s Country, All in the Timing, A New Brain, etc.) is an actor, writer, composer and musician working in New York City.  Theatre: Audacity Productions, Waiting for Godot, The Monologuist, Slick Kadmon v. God at the New York International Fringe Festival, Busker, The Washing MachineAuthor: His play, Through a Glass Onion, was published by the Kennedy Center and Dramatic Publishing Company.  His latest play, WashingMachine, opened to rave reviews.  Music: Jason is an accomplished singer and bass player, who can be seen performing in Central Park.  Hall-of-Fame: Jason is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Samantha Tella (subUrbia, Songs for a New World, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, etc.) is a theatre artist living in New York City.  Education: She graduated with honors from Marymount Manhattan College.  Stage: Assistant to the Producer of the off-Broadway musical, Caligula: An Ancient Glam Epic starring Euan Morton of Taboo fame; Production Assistant at the Roundabout Theatre; Production Assistant with the Directors Company production of Murder in the First; Associate to the Artistic Director at the Ensemble Studio Theatre; Intern at the Directors Lab in LA; Assistant Director for the Adirondacks Theatre Festival.  Hall-of-Fame: Samantha is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Christopher Trevino (Assassins, Romeo/Juliet: A Hip-Hop Tragedy, etc.) is a lighting designer and educator based in Dallas.  He serves as the Assistant Technical Director for UT-Dallas.  Education: Chris holds a BFA from the University of Cincinnati, and an MFA from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.  Stage: Chris has designed or operated lighting for venues across the country, including Santa Fe Opera, Dallas Theater Center, World Wrestling Entertainment, Cher: Farewell Tour, ABC News/WFAA-TV, University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music, Quad C Theatre, Nevada Conservatory Theatre, Six Flags Over Texas, Galveston Island Musicals, and many more.  He is currently the Lighting Designer for the National Tour of Oz: The Musical.  Chris also serves as a liaison for the new Cirque du Soleil Training Center in Las Vegas.  Awards: Chris was an ACTF National Finalist for his lighting design for Assassins, and was invited to attend a master class at the Kennedy Center with Broadway designer Beverly Emmons.  Hall-of-Fame: Christopher is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Michael Urie (God’s Country, Sylvia, The Three Sisters, Titus Andronicus, etc.) is a professional actor living in New York City.  Education: Michael is a graduate from the Juilliard School of Drama.  Television: Modern Family, Partners (CBS).  Michael also co-starred (with America Ferrera and Vanessa Williams) on the hit ABC comedy, Ugly Betty; and has also appeared on The View, Late Night With Conan O'Brien, The Good Wife, Hot in Cleveland, and many others.  Michael hosted the TLC reality series, Miss America: Reality Check.  Film: He's Way More Famous Than You, Uptown Girls, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, WTC View, The Decoy Bride, Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life.  Stage: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Broadway). He has appeared on stage in such Regional Theatre productions as the World Premiere of Love and Happiness at Barrington Stage; as Boyet in the Judith Shakespeare Company (NYC) production of Love's Labors Lost; with Austin Pendleton in the Off-Broadway production of Another Vermeer; off-Broadway in Roaring Girle at the Foundry Theatre; in the Hyde Park Theatre production of Like the Mountains; as Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet at the Folger Theatre in Washington, DC.; off-Broadway in the Nerve Ensemble Theatre production of Phenomenon; in The King Stag at Seattle Rep, under the direction of Andrei Belgrader; in the critically acclaimed production of The Revenger's Tragedy off-Broadway; as Horatio in Hamlet at the South Coast Rep, under the direction of Dan Sullivan; as Mozart in Amadeus at Playmakers Rep (NC); and in WTC View, a play by Brian Sloan, which premiered at the Fringe Festival in New York City.  Michael recently starred Off-Broadway in The Temperamentals, and appeared in the acclaimed revival of Angels in America at Signature Theatre. Michael will next appear in The Cherry Orchard at Classic Stage Company.  Awards: As a member of the ensemble of Ugly Betty, Michael received a Golden Globe Award!  Michael also received a TheatreWorld Award, a Lortel Award (Best Actor) and a Drama Desk Award for his performance in The Temperamentals.  He was nominated as Best Actor at the Dallas OutTakes Film Festival for WTC View.  Other: Internet Movie Database.   Hall-of-Fame: Michael is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Robby Vansaders  (Oleanna, A New Brain) is a musician living in New York City.  His band, early may, released their first CD on Mother West Records.  The CD is called "Stay Off Your Heels," and critics have been extremely supportive.  Read an awesome review of the band!  And another rave review!
* Kimberly Whalen  (Bat Boy, Rocky Horror, etc.)  is a professional actress living in Los Angeles.  Film: Tree of Life (directed by Terrence Malick, co-starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn), A Winter Rose, Then Hereafter, Quiet Boys, Breaking the Press, The DesertedTelevision: Glee, General Hospital, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Austin and Ally, Perception, Body of Proof.  Stage: The Fantasticks on Broadway, Cinderella (Casa Manana/Bass Hall), A Few Good Men (Casa Manana), Master Class (Lyric Stage), The Last Five Years (Labyrinth Theatre), Carousel (Lyric Stage), Man of La Mancha (WaterTower Theatre), Sweeney Todd (Lyric Stage / Meyerson), South Pacific (Casa Manana / Bass Hall), Oklahoma (Casa Manana / Bass Hall), Forum... (WaterTower Theater), The Fantasticks (Casa Manana), Brighton Beach Memoirs (FMPAT), The Rocky Horror Puppet Show (Quad C Theatre), Bat Boy (Quad C Theatre), Fiddler on the Roof (FMPAT), Assassins (Quad C Theatre), The Time of Your Life (Quad C Theatre), Alien Voices (Quad C Theatre), Come Blow Your Horn (Garland Civic Theatre).  Commercial/Print: Dave & Busters, UPN 21, Truccio makeup, Absolute Radiance Bridal Company.  Voice/Animation: Peach Girl (Funimation Entertainment).  Kim also sang the theme song for this show.  Education: BFA in Performance from the University of Texas at Arlington.  Agent: Kimberly is represented by The Horne Agency.  Awards: Leon Rabin Award nomination (Brighton Beach Memoirs), two Column Awards (Alien Voices and Rocky HorrorOther: Kimberly is a proud member of Actors Equity Association.  More Info: Internet Movie Database
* Christopher Wilems  (Stand-Up Tragedy, Beep... BANG!, Stefanie Hero, etc.)  is a professional lighting designer and lighting technician.  He has worked on such major events as the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Atlanta Olympics, Bette Midler - "Diva Las Vegas" (HBO), Dennis Miller - "Dennis Miller Live" (HBO),  Rodney Dangerfield - "75th Birthday" (HBO), Rosie O'Donnell - "Live From Universal Studios", "Hunchback of Notre Dame" Movie Premiere (Disney), and Disney's Wizard of Oz on Ice.  Chris toured with Luther Vandross, Vanessa Williams, and Jimmy Buffett; and has provided technical assistance for events featuring such luminaries as Wynnona Judd, Alabama, the Eagles, Harry Connick Jr., Gen. Colin Powell, Gen. Norman Schwartzkof, ESPN's Roy Firestone, and former Dallas Cowboys Coaches Tom Landry and Barry Switzer.  Hall-of-Fame: Chris is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Tiffany (Kellerman) Williams (Terra Nova, The Three Sisters, Season's Greetings, Assassins, etc.) has worked as a professional actress for over 20 years and she served as the Business Manager for the Collin Theatre Center for nine years. Tiffany and her husband founded Airbending Media Productions, LLC, located in Northern Virginia. She narrates audiobooks and currectly has 20+ titles avaialble on Audible, iTunes and Amazon.  Follow Tiffany on Twitter: @AirbendingMedia. Hall-of-Fame: Tiffany is a member of our Hall-of-Fame.
* Megan Woodall  (A New Brain, subUrbia, Don't Rock the Jukebox, etc.)  is a professional actor and director living in Dallas.  She attended the Arts Magnet School in Dallas and graduated from Plano Senior High School in 1999. While attending Collin College, she was nominated for the Irene Ryan Award three consecutive times and was honored to be a part of the first regional cast ever to perform William Finn's A New Brain, where she won Quad C's Best Supporting Actress award.  Megan has performed around the DFW Metroplex for years. Some of her favorite roles include Winnifred in Once Upon A Mattress (GCT, Column Award for Best Actress), Ado Annie in Oklahoma (GSM, Leon Rabin Nomination for Best Supporting Actress) and most recently, Dora in Fiorello (Lyric Stage). While playing Kate in Titanic at Lyric Stage in Irving, she had the privilege of being directed by Broadway director Drew Scott-Harris. Shortly afterward, Mr. Scott-Harris invited her to understudy Tony nominated actress Marla Schaffel as Maria Rainer in the National Tour of The Sound of Music. After The Sound of Music closed, Megan moved to New York City and lived there happily for 4 years. While in New York, she was cast in the TheaterWorks' first national tour of Henry and Mudge. While on tour, she performed in many places across the country, including Town Hall on Broadway!  Megan is happy to be back in Dallas doing what she loves best – performing and directing; and helping to guide youth actors to find their greatest performance within. Megan is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association.  Megan teaches and directs for the Genesis Theatre in Plano.
* Candice Marie Woods  (Gypsy)  is an actress living in New York City.  Broadway: Candice made her Broadway debut in the ensemble of Hairspray.  She has subsequently appeared in Catch Me if You Can and Nice Work If You Can Get It.  She has also appeared in the National Tours of Legally Blonde: The Musical and Dirty DancingOther: Candice performed on the Tony Awards broadcast with host Neil Patrick Harris.