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Show Information

Hale Centre Theatre's production of

A Musical Fable of Broadway

Based on a Story and Characters of 

Damon Runyon

Music and Lyrics by

Frank Loesser

Book by

Jo Swerling & Abe Burrows

Directed & Choreographed by

Dave Tinney

GUYS & DOLLS Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).

All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

www.MTIShows.com

The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.

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Production Team

Producer: Sally Dietlein

Director/Choreographer: Dave Tinney

Assistant Choreographer: Lindsey D. Smith

Music Director: Alex Marshall

Production Stage Manager: Chantel Ficklin

Scenic Design: Kacey Udy

Production Artist: Madeline Ashton

Costume Design: Jenn Taylor

Lighting Design: Michael Gray

Sound Design: Dan Morgan

Properties Design: Michelle Jensen

Hair & Make-up Design: Trisha Ison

Video/Projection Design: Bobby Gibson

Automation Design: Nick Herring

Stage Managers: Riya Sahasrabudhe

Assistant Stage Managers: Skip Mulcock, Annick Tolman, Riya Sahasrabudhe

Automation Operators: Nick Herring, Alena Rodriguez, Karsten Brown - Swing, Duckie Garlick, Siamani Harris, Nathan Gallegos - Swing, Karsten Brown - Swing

Lightboard Operators: Emma Belnap, Renee Fowler

Sound Engineers: Michelle Ohumukini, Kristen Tenney

Stage Technicians: Nathan Gallegos, Anton Moss, McKenzie Maag, Ben Dickson, Josh Sheen, Noah Sheen, Josh Shipley, Lee Wright, Devon Barney, Memphis Hennesy, Gabriel Lopez - Swing, Joshua Beck - Swing, Kyle Hess - Swing, Paige “Fish” Ford - Swing

Follow Spots: Savanah Harman - Lead, Patrick Egbert - Lead, Olivia Brough, Joanne Phillips, Kirk Wilson, Kyle Trivett, Taite Morgan, Rebecca Perkins, Cynthia Harvey, Kamryn Haney, Stephen Broderick, Steven Nordfors, Jeff Parkes, Jill Heiner, Madison Tredway, Alexis Sanders, Robin Safeer - Swing, Emily Butler - Swing, Jeff Young - Swing, Chris Lemp - Swing

Wardrobe Dressers: Sarah Hanson, Camie Jones, Jillian Terry, Akemi Nakashima, Kyla Johnson, Michaela Gladwel, Nick Marsella, Courteney Shipley, Kennedy Velasquez - Swing, Rochelle Zibetti - Swing

Hair and Makeup Dressers: Marnee’ Porter, Tori Valdez, Sarah Bult, Jayada Hodges, Daniel Perez - Swing

Director's Dedication

Damon Runyon (October 4, 1880 – December 10, 1946) was an American newspaper reporter who wrote during the years of Prohibition and the Great Depression. Runyan covered everything from sports and general news to political and international op-eds. However he is most remembered for his short stories that comically fictionalized the colorful characters populating New York City during the Prohibition era. His humorous and sentimental tales of gamblers, hustlers, actors, and gangsters became so popular that the term "Runyonesque" quickly became a favorite adjective applied to anything that resembled the situations and dialogue he spun into his stories. His character’s distinctive vernacular style, known as "Runyonese" is a mixture of formal speech and colorful slang, almost always in present tense, and always devoid of contractions. Runyon rarely gave his characters traditional names, instead bestowing on them illustrative monikers such as “Nathan Detroit”, “Benny Southstreet”, “Harry The Horse”, “Big Jule”, “Angie the Ox”, “Rusty Charlie” and “Nicely Nicely Johnson” to name a few.

Though Runyan died in 1946, his fantastical world of scoundrels became canonized in the 1950 musical Guys and Dolls. Based on two of his short stories, "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown” and "Blood Pressure", Guys and Dolls also borrows characters and story elements from a few other Runyon stories, most notably "Pick The Winner”. 

Guys and Dolls tells the overlapping stories of high-roller Sky Masterson, who falls in love with mission worker Sarah Brown, and the lovably yoked Nathan Detroit, engaged for 14 years to Miss Adelaide, a headliner at the Hot Box Club. It all begins with a bet. Nathan Detroit bets Sky Masterson that he cannot persuade Save-A-Soul Missionary Sister Sarah Brown to accompany him on a trip to Cuba. While the worldly Sky works his charms on a wary Sarah, Nathan is doing his best to stay outside the matrimonial clutches of his long-suffering fiancée, Miss Adelaide. 

With music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and book by Joe Swerling and Abe Burrows, the original production opened on Broadway November 24, 1950 and ran for 1,200 performances, winning 8 Tony Awards (including music & lyrics) and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award.  It was also selected as the winner for the Pulitzer Prize in Letters. Unfortunately, because of Burrows' troubles with the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), no Pulitzer for Letters was awarded in 1951.

The film version, starring Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Frank Sinatra & Vivian Blaine (recreating her role as Adelaide), had the highest box-office gross of 1955.

A 1976 revival, featuring Robert Guillaume and an all-black cast, ran for 239 performances. 

The 1992 revival with Peter Gallagher, Nathan Lane and Faith Prince ran almost as long as the original production and won a Tony for Best Revival, as well as a Grammy for the cast album.

In 2009 it was again brought to the Broadway stage and received a Tony nomination for best revival of a musical. 

Guys and Dolls is a fable about what happens to gambling men and the women who long to tame them. 

While some of the themes and outcomes of this fable may seem a bit antiquated to a modern audience, 70 years after its premier Guys and Dolls is still considered to be one of the greatest, most perfectly constructed musical comedies in the history of the American theatre. Guys and Dolls is still so popular with theatres and audiences alike, at any given time you could likely find the crazy characters of Damon Runyon’s imagination singing and dancing across a stage almost anywhere in the world. In fact, I would bet on it. 

— Dave Tinney 

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Synopsis of Scenes

Act I

Scene 1.1 - Street

Runyanland

Nathan Detroit, Miss Adelaide, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, & Ensemble

Scene 1.1a - Street

Fugue for Tinhorns / Follow the Fold

Nathan Detroit, Sarah Brown, Arvide Abernathy, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Agatha & Ensemble

Scene 1.1b – Mindy’s

Oldest Established

Nathan Detroit, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Harry The Horse, Angie The Ox, Liver Lips Louis, Brandy Bottle Bates, Scranton Slim, Waitress, & Mindy

Scene 3 – 1.1c – Mindy’s

Nathan Detroit, Sky Masterson, Miss Adelaide, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Sarah Brown, Arvide Abernathy, Agatha, Waitress, & Mindy

Scene 2 – The Mission

I’ll Know 

Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Arvide Abernathy, & Agatha

Scene 3 – Street Phone Booth

Nathan Detroit & Joey

Scene 4a – Hot Box Nightclub

Bushel and A Peck

Nathan Detroit, Miss Adelaide, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Hot Box Dancers & Ensemble 

Scene 4b – Hot Box Nightclub

Adelaide’s Lament

Nathan Detroit, Miss Adelaide, & Mimi

Scene 5 - Street

Guys and Dolls

Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Arvide Abernathy, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Guys & Dolls

Scene 6 – The Mission

Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Arvide Abernathy, General Cartwright, & Agatha

Scene 7 – Mindy’s

Nathan Detroit, Miss Adelaide, Arvide Abernathy, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Harry The Horse, Angie The Ox, Liver Lips Louis, Brannigan, Big Jule, Agatha, Waitress, & Mindy

Scene 8a – Havana Club

Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Havana Costumers, & Havana Dancers 

Scene 8b – Havana

If I Were a Bell

Sky Masterson & Sarah Brown

Scene 9 - Street

Time of Day / Never Been In Love Before

Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Nathan Detroit, Arvide Abernathy, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Harry The Horse, Angie The Ox, Liver Lips Louis, Brannigan, Big Jule, & Policeman 

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Synopsis of Scenes

Act II

Scene 1a – Hot Box Nightclub

Take Back Your Mink

Sky Masterson, Miss Adelaide, Costumers, & Hot Box Dancers

Scene 1b – Hot Box Nightclub

Adelaide’s Second Lament

Sky Masterson, Miss Adelaide, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, & Waiter

Scene 2 - Street

More I Cannot Give You

Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Arvide Abernathy, & Nicely-Nicely Johnson

Scene 3a - Sewer

Crapshooter’s Dance

Nathan Detroit, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Harry The Horse, Angie The Ox, Liver Lips Louis, Brandy Bottle Bates, Big Jule, Scranton Slim, & Ladies

Scene 3b - Sewer

Sky Masterson, Nathan Detroit, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Harry The Horse, Angie The Ox, Liver Lips Louis, Brandy Bottle Bates, Big Jule, Scranton Slim, & Ladies

Scene 3c - Sewer

Luck Be a Lady

Sky Masterson, Nathan Detroit, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Harry The Horse, Angie The Ox, Liver Lips Louis, Brandy Bottle Bates, Big Jule, Scranton Slim, & Ladies

Scene 4 - Street

Sue Me

Nathan Detroit, Miss Adelaide, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Harry The Horse, Angie The Ox, Liver Lips Louis, Big Jule

Scene 5 – The Mission

Sit Down You’re Rockin’ The Boat

Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Nathan Detroit, Arvide Abernathy, Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Benny Southstreet, Rusty Charlie, Harry The Horse, Angie The Ox, Liver Lips Louis, Big Jule, Scranton Slim, Brannigan, & Ladies

Scene 6 – Mindy’s

Marry The Man Today

Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Nathan Detroit, Miss Adelaide, & Mindy

Scene 7 - Street

Happy Ending

Full Company

Bows

Full Company

Cast in Order of Appearance

Mon · Wed · Fri
Tues · Thurs · Sat
Woman 4, Allison, Bobby Soxer, Sightseer, Hot Box Dancer, Glamorous Lady, Havana Customer, & Lady
Ileah Washington
Emma Bennett
Woman 5, Bobby Soxer, Sightseer, Mindy, Hot Box Dancer, Mimi, Pretty Lady, Havana Customer, & Lady
Selena Proctor
Larissa Pearson
Woman 1, Texan, Sightseer, Havana Customer, General Cartwright, & Barmaid
Genesis Eve Garcia
Lori Rees
Man 2, Actor, Newsstand, Angie The Ox, Eager Guy, Havana Customer, & Customer
Wyatt Hendricks
TJ Thomas
Woman 3, Street Walker, Waitress, Martha, Hot Box Dancer, Rich Lady, Havana Customer, & Lady
Whitney Hatch
Claire Milne Beck
Man 5, Texan, Joey, Customer, & Big Jule
Zac Freeman
David Marsden
Man 1, Photographer, Harry The Horse, Master of Ceremonies, Rich Guy, Havana Customer, & Waiter
Dale Hoopes
Abrin Tinney
Man 3, Prizefighter, Liver Lips Louis, Waiter, & Customer
Kile Allen
Dave Hollerbach
Man 4, Manager, Brannigan, Brandy Bottle Bates, & Customer
Dave McMullin
Patrick Wendel
Woman 2, Baby Stroller Roulette, Agatha, Hot Box Dancer, Havana Dancer, & Lady
Jessica Mingorance
Katie Milner Packer
Man 6, Pick Pocket, Policeman, Scranton Slim, Customer, Boy, & Havana Dancer
Noah Bradford
Gunnar Russell
Benny Southstreet
Matthew Sanguine
Trevor Dean
Nicely-Nicely Johnson
Alec Powell
Dustin Bolt
Rusty Charlie
Joseph Paul Branca
Kenichi Nakashima
Sarah Brown
Rachel Woodward Hansen
Megan Lynn Heaps
Arvide Abernathy
Mark Knowles
Zac Zumbrunnen
Nathan Detroit
Josh Richardson
Blake Barlow
Miss Adelaide
Kristi Curtis
Kelly Pulver
Sky Masterson
Derek Smith
Preston Taylor
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Cast Biographies

Sky Masterson

Derek Smith

Derek Smith

MON · WED · FRI

Derek is appearing in his 33rd production with Hale Centre Theatre. Favorite credits include: Les Misérables, Tarzan, Cinderella, Oklahoma!, The Pirate Queen, She Loves Me, The Wedding Singer, and Zorro: The Musical.

Preston Taylor

Preston Taylor

TUES · THURS · SAT

@prestontay18

Thrilled to be back after playing Javert in Les Miserables. Preston’s favorite credits include: HCT: Javert (Les Misérables), Kerchak (Tarzan), Prince Topher (Cinderella), Tin Man (The Wizard of Oz), and Jack Kelly (Newsies); BYU: Benedick (Much Ado About Nothing), Orin (Little Shop of Horrors), Cinderella’s Prince/The Wolf  (Into the Woods); Sundance Summer Theatre: Joseph (Joseph…Dreamcoat); 

The Sooner Theatre: Bobby Child (Crazy for You) and Finch (How to Succeed in Business…). Preston has performed with Laura Osnes, Christy Altomare, Susan Egan, Arille Jacobs, Joey Contreras, and Natalie Weiss.

Sarah Brown

Rachel Woodward Hansen

Rachel Woodward Hansen

MON · WED · FRI

@rachelwhansen

Rachel is pleased to be back on the HCT stage. Her favorite credits include: HCT - The Music Man (Marian Paroo), She Loves Me (Amalia), and Les Misérables (Cosette); Sundance - The Music Man (Marian Paroo); HCTO - The Secret Garden (Lily) and The Addams Family (Wednesday Addams). She studied English at UVU, and when not on stage, she is a film and television actor and full-time mom of two toddlers. “For my favorite humans: Greg, Sawyer, and Pearl.”

Megan Lynn Heaps

Megan Lynn Heaps

TUES · THURS · SAT

Megan Lynn Heaps is honored to be joining the cast of Guys and Dolls. She was recently seen as Alice Murphy in our production of Bright Star. Other notable performing credits include Donna in Mamma Mia (LyricRep) as well performing with Holland America Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. 

Megan holds a BS in Psychology from BYU and currently works as a Producer on the Video Team at Malouf. “To my family, friends, cast, crew, and directing team, I love you dearly. Mom & Nate: this one’s for you. Thank you for always believing in and supporting my performing career! God is Good!”

Nathan Detroit

Josh Richardson

Josh Richardson

MON · WED · FR

@joshisanactor

Josh is a familiar face to our HCT audiences; his credits include: Les Misérables (Thernardier) in both our 2014 & 2021 productions, Bright Star (Daddy Cane), The Addams Family (Gomez Addams), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Dom Claude Frollo), The Scarlet Pimpernel (Elton), The Heart of Robin Hood (Robert Summers), and To Kill A Mockingbird (Bob Ewell).

He received his BA in Acting and Directing from SUU and works as an account manager for Holistic Web Presence. “All my love to Spence, Will, and Kristi - my partners in crime.”

Blake Barlow

Blake Barlow

TUES · THURS · SAT

Blake is excited to return to the HCT stage! Other stage credits include: Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom The Musical (Doug Hastings) with Hale Centre Theatre and Million Dollar Quartet (Sam Phillips) at HCTO and HCT. He has acted in theaters from California to New York, such as: Kate Crackernuts, Flea Theater, Off-Broadway. 

Other credits include:  American in Paris (Mr. Baurel), The 39 Steps (Richard Hannay), Fat Pig (Tom), and Rhinoceros (Berenger).  Blake earned his BFA in Acting from the U of U Actor Training Program. All my love to Jenny, Dash, and Hudson.”

Miss Adelaide

Kristi Curtis

Kristi Curtis

MON · WED · FRI

Kristi’s favorite credits include: HCT - Mary Poppins (Mrs. Brill), Cinderella (Charlotte), and The Wizard of Oz (Ensemble); Harman Hall - The Odd Couple (Olive Madison); Centerpoint Theatre - The Crucible (Elizabeth Proctor) and Fiddler on the Roof (Chava). 

Other credits include: Director (CPT) - Camelot; and Choreographer (CPT) - You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, 1776, and Children of Eden. She has a Bachelor of Science in Acting from Weber State University and works as an Events Manager for Big Brothers Big Sisters. “So excited to be on stage with my Nathan for the very first time! I Love You a Bushel and a Peck!”

Kelly Pulver

Kelly Pulver

TUES · THURS · SAT

Kelly is thrilled to be returning to the HCT stage! Other memorable roles include: AIDA (Amneris) and Newsies (Katherine) with HCT; and Macbeth (Lady Macbeth) with Utah Shakespearean Festival Tour. She has also worked with Norwegian Cruise Lines (Sketch/Studio Vocalist), Walt Disney Company (Dancer/Entertainment), as well as various commercials and animation voice overs projects for Disney and Netflix. 

Kelly earned her BFA in acting from BYU, and when not on stage, she partners with her husband Clint at CRP Leadership and is mom to two beautiful girls under the age of 2.

Arvide Abernathy

Mark Knowles

Mark Knowles

MON · WED · FRI

A familiar face to Hale Centre audiences, Mark is excited to be playing on our Centre Stage again. Credits include: A Tale of Two Cities (Mr. Jarvis Lorry), Murder on the Orient Express (Hercule Poirot), My Fair Lady (Henry Higgins), 1776 (John Adams), The Sound of Music (Captain Von Trapp), Hello, Dolly! (Horace Vandergelder) and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Lawrence Jameson) with HCT and Camelot (King Arthur), The King and I (The King of Siam) with CenterPoint Legacy Theatre. “Thanks to Wendy, the love and light of my life.”

Zac Zumbrunnen

Zac Zumbrunnen

TUES · THURS · SAT

Zac was last seen in Bright Star as Daddy Murphy on our Jewel Box Stage. Favorite HCT credits include: Seussical (General Gengus Khan Schmitz), Wait Until Dark (Sargent Carlino), The Music Man (Mayor Shinn), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Cogsworth), Peter and the Starcatcher (Alf), She Loves Me (Mr. Marachek), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Goran the Spy), and Born Yesterday (Harry Brock). 

Zac holds a BFA in Theatre Education from the University of Utah and teaches Drama at Evergreen Junior High School. Zac would like to thank his amazing and supportive family for “letting him play.”

Nicely-Nicely Johnson

Alec Powell

Alec Powell

MON · WED · FRI

@phisherpryc

Alec was last seen on the HCT stage in Cinderella. Other credits include: A writer on Seaview Productions - Ratatouille the TikTok Musical; HCT - My Son Pinocchio (Ringleader), To Kill a Mockingbird (Tom Robinson), Sister Act (TJ), and Big River; HCTO - Sebastian (The Little Mermaid) and Big Jule (Guys and Dolls); Lehi Arts Council - Horton (Seussical)

Pioneer Arts Repertory Company - King (Cinderella); and SCERA - Mereb (AIDA). Alec graduated with his BS in Music Education from UVU and works as a local choir teacher. “As always, thank you to Ronda, my parents, and anyone who believes in the arts!”

Dustin Bolt

Dustin Bolt

TUES · THURS · SAT

Dustin’s last appearance at HCT was as Darryl Ames in Bright Star. Favorite roles include: HCT - Seussical (Horton the Elephant), The Wizard of Oz (Cowardly Lion); HCTO - Betty Blue Eyes (Henry Allerdyce); and MMST - Chicago (Amos Hart). 

He graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Musical Theatre. Dustin owns his own photography business and loves his cats: Sister, Brother, Peanut, and Kevin.  @dustin.bolt @dustinboltphoto

Benny Southstreet

Matthew Sanguine

Matthew Sanguine

MON · WED · FRI

@matthewsanguine

Most recently seen as Marius in our production of Les Miserables, Matthew’s HCT credits include: Big River (Huck Finn), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Gideon), and Joseph...Dreamcoat (Simeon). Other credits include: University of Michigan - Passing Strange (Mr. Venus), A New Brain (Mr. Bungee), and My One and Only (Billy); Summerstock.  

Matthew was a national finalist in the 2014 Jimmy Awards at the Minskoff Theatre in New York City. He received his BFA in Musical Theatre from The University of Michigan and works as an actor.  “I am so grateful to my family for their love and support. I love you.” 

Trevor Dean

Trevor Dean

TUES · THURS · SAT

Trevor is thrilled to be returning to the HCT stage! He was recently seen in our production of Les Misérables. He has graced the Hale stage previously at the West Valley theater and has also appeared with The Grand Theatre, Salt Lake Acting Company, Wasatch Theatre Company, and Four Seasons Theatre. He attended Weber State for Musical Theatre and, when not on stage, he enjoys spending time with his dog.

Rusty Charlie

Joseph Paul Branca

Joseph Paul Branca

MON · WED · FRI

@josephbranca

Joseph was most recently seen in our production of Mary Poppins as Robertson Ay. Other favorite stage credits include: HCT - Matilda and A Christmas Carol; Salt Lake Acting Company - Pete the Cat (Jimmy), Saturday’s Voyeur (DeLay), and Diary of a Worm (Ant); 

HCTO - Newsies (Crutchie), Joseph...Dreamcoat (Benjamin), Winnie-the-Pooh (Tigger), and Peter Pan (Michael Darling); Utah Opera - Man of La Mancha (José); and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Japan. Joseph works with Hale Center Theater Orem as the Marketing and Advertising Director.

Kenichi Nakashima

Kenichi Nakashima

TUES · THURS · SAT

Kenichi’s favorite credits include: HCT - Disney’s Tarzan, An American in Paris, Newsies (Finch), The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers; and West Valley Arts - West Side Story (Pepe). Kenichi works as a dance teacher at Miss Margene’s Creative Classroom and as Team Lead for new hires with Mountain America Credit Union. 

“Thank you to my friends and family for your love and support, Miss Margene and Tracee Walker for teaching and mentoring me in the art of dance, and my gorgeous wife, Courtney,  for her constant love, support, jokes, and care for our family!”

Angie the Ox

Wyatt Hendricks

Wyatt Hendricks

MON · WED · FRI

@_yaht_

Wyatt is excited to be back on the HCT stage after last season’s Mary Poppins. Other credits include: HCT - Cinderella; The Grand Theatre - Curtains (Bobby); Lagoon - Verano; University of Utah - Chess and And the World Goes ‘Round; and Weber State University - A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Hero). 

He graduated this spring with a BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Utah and studied Musical Theatre at Weber State University, where he earned his associate degree. “Much love to my boyfriend, Jackson, for keeping me sane. Enjoy the show!”

TJ Thomas

TJ Thomas

TUES · THURS · SAT

@tjcounseling

Appearing on the HCT Sandy stage for the first time, TJ’s other credits include Spot Conlon (Newsies) with HCTO; Evan Hansen (Suicide & Mental Health Awareness Charity Concert), Issachar/Canaan Days soloist (Joseph...Dreamcoat), and Tinman (Wizard of Oz) with SCERA; and Paul Bratter (Barefoot in the Park) with the Covey Center.  TJ holds a Master's degree in Social Work from USC and works as a therapist full time.

Liver Lips Louis

Kile Allen

Kile Allen

MON · WED · FRI

Returning to the HCT stage after his most recent performance in last season's production of Disney’s Tarzan. Other credits include: Joseph...Dreamcoat (Benjamin) with SGMT; Hairspray (Seaweed) with HVTC; Rumors (Glen Cooper), Alice in Wonderland (Mad Hatter), and The Tempest (Stephano) with DSU; 

Disney’s Tarzan (Acro Monkey/Ensemble), AIDA (Swing), and Big River (Slave) with Tuachan. Kile hails from St. George, Utah, where he graduated from Dixie State University with a BS in Theatre. 

Dave Hollerbach

Dave Hollerbach

TUES · THURS · SAT

Dave is thrilled to be back on the HCT stage after last season’s production of Disney’s Tarzan.  Other favorite credits include: HCT - Mary Poppins and Phantom; Mountain West Ballet - Alice in Wonderland, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Copelia; Utah Opera (Capitol Theater) - Yenufa; Ballet West (Capitol Theater) - The Nutcracker and Swan Lake; 

and 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games - Opening and Closing Ceremonies. He has a Master of Film Scoring from Berklee College of Music, and a Master of Information Systems and Bachelor of Business Marketing from the U of U. “You get what you work for, not what you wish for.”

Harry the Horse

Dale Hoopes

Dale Hoopes

MON · WED · FRI

@dalehoopes

Dale is excited to make his second appearance on the HCT stage.  His credits include: HCT - Mary Poppins; Brigham’s Playhouse in Southern Utah - Crazy For You (Bobby Child ), Daddy Long Legs (Jervis Pendleton), She Loves Me (Georg Nowack), and Murder for Two (The Suspects). 

Dale holds an AFA in Musical Theatre and is attending the University of Utah, where he will graduate with a BA in History Education this Fall.  Dale works in the HCT Box Office during the day and backstage as a stage technician at night! “Life is not a dress rehearsal, GO FOR IT!”

Abrin Tinney

Abrin Tinney

TUES · THURS · SAT

Abrin was last seen on the HCT stage in Les Miserables. Previous HCT credits include: Disney’s Tarzan, Mary Poppins, Seussical, Freaky Friday (Adam), American in Paris, The Wizard of Oz, Newsies (Albert/Bill), Tuck Everlasting, AIDA, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Joel), Disney’s Beauty and The Beast, and Oliver! 

Abrin has also performed on the HCTO stage in Joseph…Dreamcoat, Seussical: The Musical, and 14 Youth Performances. “I can only do my best, and my best is enough.” “No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care.” – Theodore Roosevelt

Scranton Slim

Noah Bradford

Noah Bradford

MON · WED · FRI

@bradford_noah

Noah is thrilled to be back on the HCT stage. Other favorite credits include: HCT - Disney’s Tarzan, Mary Poppins (Neleus), Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom The Musical (Scott Hastings), Matilda (Rudolpho), Cinderella, An American In Paris, and Newsies; Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts- Catch Me If You Can, Guys and Dolls, and A Chorus Line (Mike Costa), which earned him a Best Actor Nomination with the 2018 Utah High School Musical Theater Awards; and Roots of the Rock Dance Festival - Fire Staff Spinner. Noah is currently a student in the MTP at the University of Utah. “Waste your time wisely.”

Gunnar Russell

Gunnar Russell

TUES · THURS · SAT

Gunnar is thrilled to be back on the HCT Centre Stage. Previous HCT credits include: Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom The Musical, Freaky Friday, Newsies (Crutchie), Zorro: The Musical (Young Diego), A Tale of Two Cities (Little Gaspard). Other favorite credits include: BYU-Rump (Rump); Jordan High School- Fredric (The Pirates of Penzance), Gomez Addams (The Addams Family). Gunnar is currently a Sophomore in the BYU MDT program.

Lt. Brannigan

David Mc Mullin

David McMullin

MON · WED · FRI

Returning to the HCT stage after appearing in last season’s Mary Poppins. Other credits include: HCT -  Newsies (Oscar Delancey/Ike), Joseph...Dreamcoat, Sister Act, and The Pirate Queen; CenterPoint Legacy Theatre - AIDA; and High Valley Arts Midway - Oklahoma!. Dave earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University and his BS from BYU; he is a Physical Therapist at Legacy Village Transitional Rehabilitation.“Much love to my family and friends, who are always there. Life is precious...make the most of it!”

Patrick Wendel

Patrick Wendel

TUES · THURS · SAT

Patrick was last seen in our productions of A Tale of Two Cities and Disney’s Tarzan. Other HCT credits include Mary Poppins, Seussical, Freaky Friday, The Wizard of Oz, and Tuck Everlasting. Other credits include Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, The Pirate Queen, The Addams Family, and AIDA on stages, including CenterPoint Legacy Theatre and the Zigfield Theatre. “Art is just another form of screaming.”

Big Jule

Zac Freeman

Zac Freeman

MON · WED · FRI

@zactheactor85

Zac is pleased to be back on the HCT stage.  His favorite credits include: HCT - Phantom, Freaky FridayThe Wizard of Oz, Newsies, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Heart of Robin Hood , Joseph…Dreamcoat, and The Pirate Queen (Sir Richard Bingham); Cottonwood Heights - Shrek; and Payson High - FootlooseXanadu (Sonny Malone) and The Drowsy Chaperone (Robert Martin)

Zac currently works as a personal trainer at VASA Fitness. He is the father of three handsome boys and husband to one beautiful wife. “Acting is magical. Change your look and your attitude, and you can be anyone.” -Alicia Witt.

David Marsden

David Marsden

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Recent HCT credits include The Play That Goes Wrong (Jonathan/Charles Haversham), Bright Star (Daddy Murphy),  Seussical The Musical (General Gengus Khan Schmitz), The Wizard of Oz (Professor Marvel/Wizard of Oz), Cash on Delivery! (Dr. Chapman). 

Other credits include: CenterPoint Legacy Theatre - The Pirates of Penzance (The Major General), Mary Poppins (Mr. Banks), Curtains (Lt. Cioffi), Guys and Dolls (Nathan Detroit), and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Lawrence Jamison). He also appeared at the Egyptian Theatre in Park City in Noises Off (Lloyd). “Rule of Acquisition #44: Never confuse wisdom with luck”. 

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Genesis Eve Garcia

Genesis Eve Garcia

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Making her HCT debut! Genesis’ other credits include: Midvale Main Street Theatre - Sweeney Todd (Mrs. Lovett ); American Shakespeare Center - Hamlet (Polonius); Murray Amphitheater - Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Madame de La Grande Bouche); The Empress - The Mystery of Edwin Drood (The Chairman); The Egyptian - Reefer Madness (Mae); and Maryland Shakespeare Festival - A Winter’s Tale (Hermione). 

She has a BFA in Acting from BYU and an MFA in Shakespeare in Performance from Mary Baldwin College. She works as a manager at King Arthur Storage when not on stage. “Thank you to my wonderful husband Antonio and our sweet boys!”

Lori Rees

Lori Rees

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Lori is honored to be playing the boards once again in this production of Guys and Dolls. Favorite credits include: HCT - Les Misérables (both our 2021 and 2014 productions), A Christmas Carol (Mrs. Fezziwig/Charwoman), A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Miss Shingle), To Kill a Mockingbird (Aunt Alexandra); 

Terrace Plaza Playhouse - Mamma Mia (Donna); Good Company Theatre - Passion (Fosca), and the titular role in Marie Antoinette; and CenterPoint Legacy Theatre - 9 to 5: The Musical (Doralee Rhodes), Into The Woods (The Witch), and The Addams Family (Grandma). She has a BA in Music Theatre from Weber State. “All of my love to Dave, Jack, and Matt.”

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Jessica Mingorance Pereira

Jessica Mingorance

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Making her HCT debut!  Her favorite credits include Rusty in Footloose, Paulette in Legally Blonde, and Salome in Savior of the World.  She has studied Musical Dance Theatre at BYU.

Katie Milner Packer

Katie Milner Packer

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Katie is pleased to return to HCT’s Centre Stage in this production of Guys & Dolls. Previous Hale Centre credits include: An American In Paris, Catch Me If You Can, Disney’s Mary Poppins, Brigadoon, and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Katie is a graduate of Utah Valley University with a BFA in Ballet. Currently, she teaches ballet and is the mother to the adorable Axel. 

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Whitney Hatch

Whitney Hatch

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Whitney was most recently seen on the HCT stage in last season’s production of Mary Poppins. Her other credits include Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Sister Act, and Oklahoma! with HCT; The national tour of Spamalot; Singer/Dancer with Holland America Line; and Juanito Bandito’s Christmas Carol with Pickleville Playhouse. Whitney graduated from BYU with a BFA in Music Dance Theatre. 

Claire Milner Beck

Claire Milner Beck

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Claire is pleased to be returning to the HCT stage after appearing in last season’s production of Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom The Musical. Some of Claire’s favorite performances include The Nutcracker (Sugar Plum Fairy and Snow Queen); HCT - Phantom, An American In Paris, and The Music Man; and HCTO - Tuck Everlasting and Tarzan.

 She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education Program from Utah Valley University and teaches ballet at Barlow Arts Conservatory. “Be kind. Work hard. Smile often.” “Special thanks to my husband Josh for all your love and support!”

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Ileah Washington

Ileah Washington

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Thrilled to be making her HCT debut!  Ileah’s other credits include: Once Upon a Mattress, The Addams Family, Comedy of Errors, Pirates of Penzance, and Parfumerie with Jordan High School. She is currently a sophomore at Utah Valley University, where she is working towards a BFA in Ballet. 

She works as an Assistant Dance Teacher at Utah Dance Center. “If people are doubting how far you can go, go so far that you can’t hear them anymore.” - Michele Ruiz

Emma Bennett

Emma Bennett

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Emma is pleased to be making her Hale Centre Theatre debut!  She holds a Bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University.

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Selena Proctor

Selena Proctor

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Selena is making her HCT debut! Her other credits include performances with Tuacahn, Lagoon, and Provo Theater Company. She has a BFA from BYU and works as a mother of four and as a fitness instructor at Brick Canvas Fitness and Lehi Legacy Center. “I hope you uncover what it is that makes you feel alive, and even more so, I hope you find the courage to chase after it.” - Gerardo Perez, Jr.

Larissa Pearson

Larissa Pearson

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Returning to our stage, Larissa is honored to be back at Hale Centre Theatre. Credits include: Mary Poppins, The Wizard of Oz at HCT; She Loves Me (IIona) at Hopebox; Holiday Inn, Crazy For You (Sheila), and A Christmas Carol (Emily) at CPT; The Last Five Years (Cathy) at OPPA; and Anything Goes (Hope) at Outlaw Trail Theatre. “Special thank you to my parents, for my dance classes, love, and always encouraging me to go after my dream with a smile and a joke.”

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Production Team Biographies

Director/Choreographer

Dave Tinney

Dave Tinney

For Hale Centre Theatre, Dave has previously directed Les Miserables, A Tale of Two Cities, Disney’s Tarzan, Disney’s Mary Poppins, Bright Star, Seussical, The Addams Family, Cinderella, Matilda, An American in Paris, The Wizard of Oz, Wait Until Dark, Newsies, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, AIDA, The Heart of Robin Hood, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Sister Act, The Pirate Queen, Peter and the Starcatcher, She Loves Me, Hello, Dolly!, The Drowsy Chaperone, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Zorro the Musical, and Oliver!. 

He most recently appeared on stage as Carl Hanratty in HCT’s production of Catch Me If You Can. He has also directed for BYU, UVU, Tuacahn Center for the Performing Arts, ASCAP Musical Theatre workshop in NY, Sundance Summer Theatre, and, one of his favorites, 110 in the Shade for HCT Orem starring Audra McDonald and Will Swenson. He received the national Outstanding Director of a Musical award from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. He works for HCT full-time as the Associate Artistic Director and Director of Education after being Artist in Residence in the Theatre Arts Department at Utah Valley University for nine years. “Thanks to Sally, Mark, Lindsey, Alex, Chantel, Kacey, Jenn, Michael, Dan, Bobby, Michelle, Trisha, and an awesome cast and crew...all brilliant! Also a special thanks to my family.”

Assistant Choreographer

Lindsey D Smith

Lindsey D. Smith

Lindsey D. Smith is thrilled to be back in Utah and working at Hale Centre Theatre. She spent 5 years as a Radio City Rockette where she toured to over 50 cities and kicked at Radio City Music Hall. At Walt Disney World, she is a choreographer for Disney Event Group and a teaching artist for the Disney Performing Arts Dance Program. As a performer, she danced in Beauty and the Beast Live Onstage, the seasonal Halloween production of Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular, and other special events. 

Originally from Utah, Lindsey started her career at Hale Centre Theatre West Valley dancing in Singin’ in the Rain, 42nd Street, Crazy For You, and Thoroughly Modern Millie. She graduated from the University of Utah with her BFA in Modern Dance and relocated to the East Coast. Between NYC and Orlando, Lindsey has kept busy as a dancer, choreographer, and teacher. She was last seen on a Utah stage in Will Rogers Follies at Pioneer Theatre Company (where she previously danced in 42nd Street). Lindsey has choreographed for many corporate clients including: Disney, Walmart, Sherwin Williams, Farmer’s Insurance, and IAAPA. Most recently in Orlando, Lindsey has choreographed for the Garden Theatre, The Orlando Repertory Theatre, and the Orlando Fringe Festival. Some of her favorite musical theater projects include Hello, Dolly!, Tuck Everlasting, Matilda, and Guys and Dolls!

Music Director

Alex Marshall

Alex Marshall

Alex is a versatile scholar having completed several degrees from the University of Utah – a B.M. in Piano Performance and a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering as well as a M.M. in Instrumental Conducting. Alex can be found throughout Salt Lake as an active member of the professional musical community performing in classical, rock, jazz, and musical theatre styles, playing with the premier musical groups and institutions of Salt Lake City including the University of Utah and the Utah Symphony. 

Stage credits include Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom The Musical at Hale Centre Theatre; Hello, Dolly! At Kingsbury Hall; American Idiot at Hayes Christensen Theatre; and The Last Five Years at The Grand Theatre. “Thanks and love to Jackie, Kimi, Henry, and Penny!”

Production Stage Manager

Chantel Ficklin 2020

Chantel Ficklin

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Along with Guys and Dolls, Chantel has served as Stage Manager for  A Tale of Two Cities, Disney’s Mary Poppins, Seussical, Cinderella, Matilda, The Wizard of Oz, and A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder here at HCT. She holds a BA in Theatre from UVU. Other credits include Utah Shakespeare Festival: The Foreigner and Big River. Another Theatre Company: Next Fall and Vanya, Sonia, Masha, and Spike. For UVU: Anything Goes, The Rez Sisters, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. "Stand tall and the world will look up to you."

Scenic Designer

Kacey Udy 2020

Kacey Udy

Kacey is the Creative Director and Resident Scenic Designer at Hale Centre Theatre. He has designed over 100 productions at HCT and loves the challenge of working on our unique stages. Kacey oversaw many of the design aspects of the new building in Sandy and feels fortunate to be able to design on the stages that he helped create. 

His designs for Les Misérables, Tarzan, The Pirate Queen, A Tale of Two Cities, The Little Mermaid, Matilda and Tuck Everlasting are among his favorites. He graduated from Utah State University with a BFA in both graphic design and scenic design. When not pursuing new inspiration or shiny objects, Kacey enjoys traveling, watching design and baking competitions and simply being with his family. His family has been crucial in supporting and assisting him throughout his design career. “More is more and less is a bore!” Iris Apfel

Production Artist

Madeline Ashton 2020

Madeline Ashton

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As an accomplished artist and associate Designer, Madeline’s work was recently seen in our productions of Les Misérables, A Tale of Two Cities, Disney’s Tarzan, Murder on the Orient Express, Million Dollar Quartet, Baz Lurhman’s Strictly Ballroom The Musical, Bright Star, Seussical, Matilda, and Cinderella. Other scenic design credits include: Daddy Long Legs, Murder on the Orient Express (HCT); Oklahoma! (Sundance); Distance of the Moon (Sackerson); and Let The Right One In, and Angels in America (An Other Theatre). Madeline earned a Bachelor Of Fine Arts in Scenic Design from Utah Valley University.

Costume Design

Jenn Taylor

Jenn Taylor

Jenn’s work was most recently seen as the Scenic Designer for The Play That Goes Wrong, Bright Star, The Addams Family, Freaky Friday, and Steel Magnolias. Recent costume design credits for HCT: Tarzan, The Wizard of Oz, AIDA, Beauty and the Beast, and The Little Mermaid. Other Scenic Designs for HCT include The Nerd, A Bundle of Trouble, Big River, Beau Jest, Over the River and Through the Woods, Is He Dead?, The Foreigner, The 39 Steps, and The Game’s Afoot

Jenn has also done scenic design for Utah State Theater’s Lincoln Center’s KCACT award-winning design for Sweeney Todd, Mad Woman of Chailott, and lighting designer for Love's Labour's Lost, Utah Lyric’s The Foreigner, Sandy City’s Hairspray, and Park City’s Jesus Christ Superstar, My Fair Lady, Trailer Park, and many more. Jenn has a BFA from the U of U in Theatre Design and an MFA from Utah State in Scenic Design. Jenn has been with HCT for ‘nigh on 24 years.’ “A special thanks to my family, who help me every day to continue my passion in theatre design. A special thanks to Isaac, who thinks I’m the best designer in the world...you’re sweet.”

Lighting Design

Michael Gray 2020

Michael Gray

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Michael is the Lighting Supervisor and Lighting Designer at Hale Centre Theatre. He lists as some of his favorite lighting designs: Next to Normal for Utah Valley University and the Los Angeles Theater Center, which won Outstanding Lighting Design as part of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, as well as Big Fish the Musical, The Heart of Robin Hood, AIDA, Newsies, Cinderella, Phantom, Seussical, and Tarzan for HCT. "I have the best dogs in the world. Change my mind."

Sound Design

Dan Morgan 2020

Dan Morgan

Dan loves the challenge of theatrical sound and is very excited for the opportunity to work in such a marvelous place. Some of his favorite sound designs have been The Three Musketeers, The Wedding Singer, and A Tale of Two Cities. He feels blessed to have worked on a variety of other projects, which include The Savior of the World, The Nauvoo Pageant, A Brand New Year, and various concerts and television programs for the LDS Church. 

In addition, Dan has also worked as a sound designer/engineer for several local theaters and professional groups over the last 16 years, including large corporate events, TV broadcasts, and national/international tours. “Thanks to my own pack of Morgans for all their love and support!” 

Properties Design

Michelle Jensen 2020

Michelle Jensen

Michelle is extremely passionate about details, research, beautiful and interesting “things,” anything to do with flowers, and opening packages. She recently designed her 75th show with our A Tale of Two Cities; some of her other favorite designs have included The Drowsy Chaperone, Over The River..., Les Misérables, Tarzan, Tuck Everlasting, My Fair Lady, AIDA, and She Loves Me

She retired from teaching first grade after 32 years. Michelle is thrilled to be part of the HCT production team and is grateful for the encouragement and support of her three beautiful daughters, two charming sons-in-law, and her amazing husband, Steve. 

Hair & Make Up Design

Trisha Ison

Trisha Ison

Some of Trisha’s favorite designs for HCT: Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom The Musical, Matilda, A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, Sister Act, The Pirate Queen, Big Fish, Is He Dead?, Brigadoon, The 39 Steps, Zorro the Musical, A Tale of Two Cities and Hello, Dolly!. Trisha holds a BA in Theatre Studies from the U of U and has worked at Pioneer Theatre Company, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Utah Opera, Ballet West, Utah Festival Opera, as well as touring productions of Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, Edward Scissorhands, and Rat Pack Live at the Sands. “Thank you to our amazing wig crew, you make it all happen! Love and thanks to Krissa, Candice and Marnee' you are a million!"

Projection Design

Bobby Gibson 2020

Bobby Gibson

@bwaywearehere

Previous HCT credits include Projection Designer for A Tale of Two Cities, Disney’s Tarzan, Murder on the Orient Express, Million Dollar Quartet, Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom The Musical, Bright Star, Seussical, The Addams Family, Cinderella, Freaky Friday, Matilda and video content for A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.

Bobby studied video production at Utah Valley University. He owns and operates In Blue Productions, specializing in aerial video, time-lapse, and motion graphics. He is a huge theatre nerd and co-hosts the “We Are Here, Broadway” YouTube channel about all things theatre. “Don’t be in such a rush to have everything figured out. Embrace the unknown and let life surprise you.”

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Automation Design

Nick Herring

Nick Herring

Nick is delighted to be joining the talented team at Hale Centre Theatre! Over the last decade, Nick had worked for Disney Parks Live Entertainment where he had the privilege of designing and/or programming complex show control and automation systems for major productions and attractions such as Frozen, Live at the Hyperion, Fantasmic!, Disneyland Firework Spectaculars, Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, & Star Wars Rise of the Resistance just to name a few. 

Outside of entertainment, Nick’s passion for aviation led him to pursue appropriate training and education culminating in him obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics degree and also becoming a commercial rated pilot and flight instructor. “A special thanks to the HCT family for welcoming me to the team. Together, we will continue to bring magic to the stage!”

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