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Show Information

Hale Centre Theatre's production of

A Musical Based on the Stories of P.L. Travers and the Walt Disney Film

Original Music and Lyrics by

Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman

Book by

Julian Fellows

New Songs and Additional Music and Lyrics by

George Stiles & Anthony Drewe

Co-Created by

Cameron Mackintosh

Directed and Choreographed by 

Dave Tinney

Mary Poppins is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). 

All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI,

423 West 55th Street, New York, NY 10019

Tel.: (212) 541-4684 Fax: (212) 397-4684 

www.MTIShows.com

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

Original London & Broadway Production Credits:

Produced by

Cameron Mackintosh & Thomas Schumacher 

Lighting Design

Howard Harrison 

Co-Choreographer

Stephen Mear

Directed by 

Richard Eyre

Scenic and Costume Design 

Bob Crowley

Co-Direction and Choreography

Matthew Bourne

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Production Team

Producer: Sally Dietlein

Director / Choreographer: Dave Tinney

Musical Director: Kelly DeHaan

Production Stage Manager: Chantel Ficklin

Stage Manager: Susan Kupferer

Scenic Design: Kacey Udy

Associate Scenic Design/Production Artist: Madeline Ashton

Lighting Design: Michael Gray

Projections Design: Bobby Gibson

Sound Design: Dan Morgan

Video Programmer: Alena Rodriguez

Properties Design: Michelle Jensen

Costume Design: Kelsey Nichols assisted by Amanda Dobbs & Kim Fitt

Hair & Make-up Design: Candice Cronin assisted by Krissa Lent

Assistant Stage Managers: Skip Mulcock and Taylor Ballard

Automation Operators: Tom Hohl, Alena Rodriguez, Karsten Brown, Duckie Garlick, and Siamani Harris

Lightboard: Emma Belnap

Soundbaord: Michelle Ohumukini and Dan Morgan

Stage Technicians: Andrew Ellis, Nathan Gallegos, Joshua Beck, Eli Ghaeini, Sam Sims, Ben Dickson, Nicholas Anderson, Chandler Turner, Matthew Kupferer, and Jared Janoian

Dressers: Joanna Johnson, Laney Marsella, Annick Tolman, Ana Perkins, Camie Jones, Estee Parker, Jillian Terry, Kyla Johnson, Maggie Sheen, Sarah Hanson, and Carolyn Urban

Hair and Make-up: Lesli Spencer, Tori Valdez, Sarah Bult, Courteney Shiply, and Sean McLaughin

Child Attendants: Andrea Rigby and Desi Ficklin

Follow Spots: Kyle Trivett, Robin Safeer, Joanne Phillips, Kirk Wilson, Taite Morgan, Chloe Tinney, Hannah Gunson-McComb, Stephen Broderick, Joe Bowen, Aaron Gubler, Patrick Egbert, Kamryn Hanney, and Devon Barney

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Synopsis of Scenes

Act I

Scene 1A – Sea of Chimneys

“Prologue

Bert, George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Brill, Admiral Boom, Katie Nanna, Police, & Miss Lark

Scene 1B, C, D – Banks Home

“Cherry Tree Lane”

George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Brill, Robertson Ay

“The Perfect Nanny”

George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Brill, Robertson Ay

“Cherry Tree Lane (Pt 2)”

George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Brill, Robertson Ay

Scene 2 – Banks Home

“Mary’s Arrival”

Mary Poppins, George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, & Mrs. Brill

Scene 3 – Nursery

“Practically Perfect”

Mary Poppins, Bert, Jane Banks, & Michael Banks

Scene 4A – Park

“All My Own Work”

Mary Poppins, Bert, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, & Park Keeper

Scene 4B – Park

“JollyHoliday”

Mary Poppins, Bert, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Park Keeper, Bird Woman, Neleus, Police, & Ensemble

Scene 5 – Banks Home

“Let’s Hope She Will Stay”

Mary Poppins, George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, & Michael Banks

Scene 6A – Aux

“Winds Do Change”

Bert, Admiral Boom, & Miss Lark

Scene 6B – Kitchen

“Spoonful of Sugar”

Mary Poppins, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Brill, & Robertson Ay

Scene 7A – The Bank

“Precision and Order/A Man Has Dreams” 

Mary Poppins, Northrup, George Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Von Hussler, Chairman, Miss Smyth, & Bankers

Scene 7B – The Bank

“A Man Has Dreams” 

Northrup, George Banks, Von Hussler

Scene 8 – St. Paul’s Cathedral

“Feed The Birds” 

Mary Poppins, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Corry, Bird Woman, & Miss Lark

Scene 9 – Street/Mrs. Corry’s

“Supercalifragilistic-expialidocious”

Mary Poppins, Bert, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Corry, Fannie, Annie, Miss Lark, & Ensemble

Scene 10 – Street/Banks Home

“Winds May Blow/ Twists and Turns”

Mary Poppins, Bert, George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Brill, & Robertson Ay

Scene 11 – Nursery

“Playing The Game”

Mary Poppins, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Valentine, & Ensemble

Scene 12 – Roof/Street

“Chim Chim Cher-ee”

Mary Poppins, Bert, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, & Mrs. Brill

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Synopsis of Scenes

Act II

Scene 1A – Cherry Tree Lane/ Banks Home

“Cherry Tree Lane (Reprise)” 

Bert, George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Brill, Robertson Ay, Mrs. Corry, Admiral Boom, Miss Andrews, & Miss Lark

Scene 1B – Cherry Tree Lane/ Banks Home

“Brimstone and Treacle”

Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Brill, Robertson Ay, & Miss Andrew

Scene 2 – Park

“Let’s Go Fly A Kite” 

Mary Poppins, Bert, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Park Keeper, & Ensemble

Scene 3 – Park

“Good For Nothing”

Bert, George Banks, & Ensemble

Scene 4 – Park

“Being Mrs. Banks”

Winifred Banks & Police

Scene 5 – Banks Home

“Brimstone and Treacle Reprise”

Mary Poppins, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, & Miss Andrews

Scene 6 – Banks Home

Mary Poppins, George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Brill, & Police

Scene 7 – Nursey

“Practically Perfect Reprise”

Mary Poppins, Jane Banks, & Michael Banks

Scene 8A – Rooftops

“A Chimney Swept/Step In Time”

Mary Poppins, Bert, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, & Ensemble

Scene 8B – Rooftops

“A Chimney Swept/Step In Time” 

Mary Poppins, Bert, George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Mrs. Brill, Robertson Ay, Messenger, & Ensemble

Scene 9 – Banks Home

“A Man Has Dreams/ A Spoonful of Sugar”

Mary Poppins, Bert, George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, & Mrs. Brill

Scene 10 – Nursey

“Anything Can Happen (Part 1)”

Mary Poppins, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, & Michael Banks

Scene 11 – Street/Banks Home

“Anything Can Happen/Give Us The Word"

Mary Poppins, George Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Chairman, Bird Woman, & Bankers

Scene 12 – Stars

“Anything Can Happen (Part 2)”

Mary Poppins, Bert, George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, Bird Woman, Neleus, & Ensemble

Scene 13 – Park

Mary Poppins, Bert, Jane Banks, Michael Banks, & Neleus

Scene 14 – Nursery

“A Spoonful of Sugar”

Mary Poppins, George Banks, Winifred Banks, Jane Banks, & Michael Banks 

“Anything Can Happen/ Supercal”

Full Company

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Cast in Order of Appearance

mon · wed · fri
Tues · Thurs · Sat
Bert/Northbrook
Ben Butters
Ben Butters
George Banks
Andrew Hansen
Darren Poulsen
Winifred Banks
Cecily Ellis-Bills
Michelle Blake
Jane Banks
Lydia Oakeson
Alice Alcorn
Michael Banks
Nolan Reinbold
Payson Inkley
Katie Nanna/Bird Woman/Miss Andrews
Michelle Sundwall
Jennifer Parker Hohl
Man 2/Policeman/Valentine
Abrin Tinney
Dale Hoopes**
Woman 4/Miss Lark/Doll/Sweep
Aria Love Jackson
Abigail Higbee
Admiral Boom/Park Keeper/Chairman
Stephen Kerr
Stephen Kerr
Mrs. Brill
Casey Matern
Kristi Curtis
Robertson Ay/Van Hussler
Joseph Paul Branca
Clayton Barney
Mary Poppins
Brittany Sanders
Debra Weed Hahn
Man 1/Neleus
Noah Bradford
Alden Sturgeon
Woman 5/Miss Smythe/Doll/Sweep
Aubrielle Arroyo
Emily Tracy
Mrs. Corry
Mandi Barrus
Eden Benson
Woman 3/Fannie/Bear/Sweep
Emily West
Whitney Hatch
Woman 6/Annie/Monkey/Sweep
Bryn Campbell
Larissa Pearson
Man 3/Banker/Toy Soldier/Sweep
Jason Buonforte
Austin Dorman
Man 4/Banker/Toy Soldier/Sweep
Brendan Baker
Wyatt Hendricks
Man 5/Banker/Toy Soldier/Sweep
Patrick Wendel
David McMullin
Man 6/Banker/Toy Soldier/Sweep
David Hollerbach
Billy Horman
Woman 1/Doll/Sweep
Samantha Stuck
Brooke Storheim
Woman 2/Rabbit/Sweep
Elisse Shell
Abigail Smith
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Cast Biographies

Mary Poppins

Brittany Sanders

Brittany Sanders

mon · wed · fri

Brittany is thrilled to be returning to the titular role after portraying her in our 2014 production of Mary Poppins. Other favorite credits include: Sibella Hallward (A Gentle’s Guide to Love and Murder), Dorcas (Seven Brides for Seven Brothers) with HCT; Millie Dillmount (Thoughly Modern Millie), Lola (Damn Yankees), and Nellie Forbush (South Pacific) with HCTO. 

Brittnay holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Dance Theatre from BYU. Brittany is the mother to 2 practical perfect children. “Thank you to Mark, Sally, Dave, and Kelly for giving me the chance to play a once in a lifetime role, again! The most love to J, L, and L - you are the best team and my dreams come true. Lastly to Shae, who deserves all the applause”. 

Debra Hahn

Debra Weed Hahn

TUES · THURS · SAT

Debra is excited to be returning to the HCT Stage after last season’s production of Cinderella. Other favorite Hale Centre credits include: Eliza Doolittle (My Fair Lady), Janet Van de Graff (The Drowsy Chaperone), Polly (Crazy For You), Lucie Manette (A Tale of Two Cities), Cinderella (Into The Woods), and Annie Oakley (Annie Get Your Gun). 

Other credits: LDS Conference Center: Mary Magdalene (Savior of the World); Randomly Specific Theatre Co. in NYC: Pam (Learning to Skip). Debra graduated from BYU in Musical Dance Theatre and was also a member of the Young Ambassadors. She teaches voice lessons from home, advanced tap classes at Lifehouse Academy. “A very special thank you and shout out to Brendan and my three little ladies at home! I love you!”

Bert

Ben Butters

Ben Butters

Both casts

Returning to the Centre Stage, Ben is thrilled to be tapping upon our boards. HCT credits include: Seussical, An American in Paris, Beauty and the Beast, Big River, The Little Mermaid, Catch Me If You Can, and our 2014 production of Mary Poppins. He is currently a student at BYU in the Music Dance Theatre program. “‘A Sweep is as lucky, as lucky can be’ I’m so grateful and honored to be back on Cherry Tree Lane. ‘Go on, chase your dreams, you won’t regret it! Anything can happen if you let it!’”

Understudy to Mr. Butters - Dale Hoopes

Mr. George Banks

Andy Hansen

Andrew Hansen

mon · weds · fri

HCT is glad to welcome Andy back to our stage. Andy was recently seen in our production of Seussical as Mr. Mayor. Other HCT credits includPeter and the Starcatcher, Beau Jest, Oklahoma!, and Tarzan. Other favorite credits include Hamlet, A Christmas Carol, and The Jungle Book for the Orlando Shakespeare Festival. He is currently finishing his thesis for his MFA in acting at the University of Central Florida. “Thank you to everyone for their love and support.’’

Darren Poulsen

Darren Poulsen

TUES · THURS · SAT

Returning to the HCT stage, Darren last appeared in our production of The Wizard of Oz as Uncle Henry/Oz Guard. Recent roles include: Judas(Lamb of God) with The Draper Philharmonic and Choral Society; Captain Hook (Peter Pan) with Payson Community Theater; and Cogsworth (Disney’s Beauty and the Beast) and Rapunzel’s Prince (Into the Woods) with The Sandy Arts Guild.

He has a Bachelor’s degree in International Spanish with a minor in Business from the University of Colorado Boulder. “I’m thrilled to perform with this amazingly talented and professional cast and production team! Special thanks to my incredible wife (Cathleen) and four children (Rachel, Emma, Jordan, Nathan) for all their love and support.”

Mrs. Winifred Banks

Cecily Ellis Bills

Cecily Ellis-Bills

mon · wed · fri

Cecily has been involved in many productions, including our recent productions of A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder (Phoebe D’Ysquith). Favorite credits include: Marian (The Music Man), Jo March (Little Women), Cunegonde (Candide), Lily (The Secret Garden), Mother (Ragtime), Elizabeth I (The Pirate Queen), and Johanna (Sweeney Todd)

She has a performance diploma in Musical Theatre from the AMDA and both a Bachelors and Masters of Music in Voice Performance from the U of U. Cecily works as an Adjunct Professor in Vocal Performance at UVU, and as a private vocal instructor. “Thank you to Dave, Kelly and Sally for this wonderful opportunity to sing great music, to my family and friends who are so generous to help with the kids, and my three main guys: Justin, Clark, and Wyatt.”

Michelle Blake

Michelle Blake

TUES · THURS · SAT

Michelle is thrilled to be returning to the HCT stage and to Winifred Banks after performing the role in our 2014 production of Mary Poppins. Other Hale Centre credits include: Madame Baurel (An American In Paris), Mae Tuck (Tuck Everlasting), Mrs. Potiphar (Joseph... Dreamcoat), Georgia (Curtains), Miss Dorothy (Thoroughly Modern Millie), A Tale of Two Cities, Ragtime, Crazy For You, and The Pirates of Penzance. 

Other favorite credits include Sunset Boulevard, and the U.S. professional premiere of Frank Wildhorn’s The Count of Monte Cristo, all at PTC. Other roles include Lilli/Kate (Kiss Me Kate), Betty Haynes (White Christmas), Emma Carew (Jekyll & Hyde), and Velma Von Tussle (Hairspray). “Much love and many thanks to my family and friends, especially my husband and daughter, for your constant love and support.”

Jane Banks

Lydia Oakeson

Lydia Oakeson

mon · wed · fri

Making her return to the HCT stage, Lydia was last seen in The Music Man as Amaryllis. Other favorite credits include: Belinda Cratchit (A Christmas Carol) at HCTO; Susan (Miracle on 34th Street) at Scera; Young Fiona (Shrek the Musical), and Pepper (Annie) at Utah COPA. She is a current member of Rise Up Children’s Choir, and appears as a soloist in their newest music video “Spirit” from “The Lion King.” 

Lydia also appeared as a soloist for President and First Lady Obama at the White House, and with Alex Boyé, Kevin Olusola of Pentatonix, and David Osmond. You can find Lydia Oakeson on YouTube.

Alice Alcorn

Alice Alcorn

TUES · THURS · SAT

Making her HCT debut! Alice is beyond grateful to be able to perform on the Centre Stage at Hale Centre Theatre. Previous credits include: July (Annie), Young Nala (The Lion King Jr.), Ghost of Christmas Past (A Christmas Carol), Jane Banks (Mary Poppins Jr.) at HCTO; Dorothy (The Wizard of Oz) at Westfield Theatre. 

Alice is also a member of the Rise Up Children’s Choir. “To my family and friends, thank you for your endless support and for putting up with my British accent for my entire childhood. It paid off brilliantly. Enjoy the show!”

Michael Banks

Nolan Reinbold

Nolan Reinbold

mon · wed · fri

Nolan is thrilled to be returning to the HCT stage. Previously, he was seen in last season’s production of Phantom as Young Erik. Other credits include Les (Newsies) and Michael Banks (Mary Poppins) at Draper Amphitheater, and Pugsley (The Addams Family), Flounder (The Little Mermaid) at Midvale Main Street Theatre. 

He is also a member of HCT’s Children’s Choirs Stars and OnStage. He has studied voice under Brynnly Bosworth and acting with Chambers Stevens. Nolan has been seen in several local television commercials and modeling contracts. Nolan is proudly represented by Talent Management Group. “Thanks Dave, Kelly, Sally, and everyone at Hale for this opportunity. I am very grateful for the love and support of my parents and sister, Rylee!”

Payson Inkley

Payson Inkley

TUES · THURS · SAT

Returning to the Hale Centre Stage, Payson was recently seen as Tiny Tim in our 2019 production of A Christmas Carol. Previous credits The Pirate Queen at HCT; Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Flounder), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Mike TeeVee) with CenterPoint Academy. 

Payson is honored to be the Patient Champion for the Children’s Miracle Network in 2020. He recently completed treatment for leukemia and is excited to contribute to CMN and all of their fundraising activities and events for Primary Children’s Hospital and other hospitals in our region. You can donate by texting MIRACLE to 78619, and learn more at letskickthispig.com.

Mrs. Brill

Casey Matern

Casey Matern

mon · wed · fri

A familiar face to HCT audiences, Casey is ecstatic to be performing on the Centre Stage. Other favorite credits include Norma (Hands on a Hardbody), Ensemble (Sweeney Todd), Witch (Into the Woods), Tracy Turnblad (Hairspray), Roz (9 to 5: The Musical), and Evleen (The Pirate Queen). She spends her days as a photographer at Red Mug Photography and a Para Educator at Westbrook Elementary School. “All my love to JLPNR, you are my world.” redmugphotography.com

Kristi Curtis

Kristi Curtis

TUES · THURS · SAT

Kristi is excited to be back on the Hale Centre Theatre stage. Previous HCT credits include Charlotte in Cinderella and The Wizard of Oz. Directorial credits include Camelot and Choreographer for You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, 1776, and Children of Eden at CPT. 

Other favorite credits include: Revels Performer (Utah Shakespeare Festival), Madame de Polignac in Marie Antoinette (Good Company Theatre), Elizabeth Proctor in The Crucible and Chava in Fiddler on the Roof (Centerpoint Legacy Theatre). She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Acting from Weber State University and works as an Events Manager for Big Brothers and Big Sisters. “This show is for my boys. I hope I can always be the best example to you that ‘Anything can happen if you let it’.”

Robertson Ay

Joseph Paul Branca

Joseph Paul Branca

mon · wed · fri

Returning to the Hale Centre Theatre stage, Joseph was previously seen in our production of Matilda and A Christmas Carol 2017. Other favorite stage credits include: Pete the Cat (Jimmy), Saturday’s Voyeur (DeLay), and Diary of a Worm (Ant) with Salt Lake Acting Company; Newsies (Crutchie), Joseph...Dreamcoat (Benjamin), Winnie-the-Pooh (Tigger), and The Velveteen Rabbit (Narrator) with HCTO; Man of La Mancha (José) with Utah Opera; and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Japan. Joseph is currently studying Vocal Performance at Westminster College and works with Hale Center Theatre Orem as the Marketing and Advertising Director.

Clayton Barney

Clayton Barney

TUES · THURS · SAT

Returning after last season’s Cinderella, Clayton is very grateful to be playing again at Hale Centre Theatre. Favorite credits include: Holiday Inn (Jim Hardy) at CPT; A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, The Scarlet Pimpernel, The Music Man, and AIDA at HCT. 

Clayton holds his degree in Musical Theatre from Western Wyoming College. “I am excited to be back for another production of Hale. I am grateful for the blessing it is to have such a wonderful place to share my talents. Thank you to my amazing family for your love and support. 11!”

Mrs. Corry

Mandi Barrus

Mandi Barrus

mon · wed · fri

HCT audiences will remember Mandi from her performances as Carlotta (Phantom), Rosa (Ghost), and Mrs. Cratchit (A Christmas Carol). Recent credits include: Maddalena (Rigoletto) at Teatro Sociale in Italy; as Dorabella (Cosi fan Tutte) at Utah Lyric Opera; Meré Marie (Dialogues des Carmélites) and Dinah (Trouble in Tahiti) with Lyric Opera Ensemble. 

She recently graduated with a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Utah and holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance and Theatre Arts from BYU-Idaho. She owns and teaches at Barrus Bella Voce. “Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul.” -Henry Ward Beecher.

Eden Benson

Eden Benson

TUES · THURS · SAT

A familiar face to our audiences, Eden was last seen as Madame in HCT’s Cinderella. Eden has also been seen as Aunt Em/Glinda in The Wizard of Oz, as Betsy in Tuck Everlasting, Mrs. Potiphar in Joseph...Dreamcoat, Gwendolyn in The Importance of Being Earnest (her favorite role), as well as Is He Dead?, Catch Me if You Can, Arsenic and Old Lace, Ragtime, The Scarlet Pimpernel, See How They Run, Big the Musical, Camelot, and Annie. “Love you Trav, Lo, Jo, Ry, Abby, and Cal!”

Admiral Boom/Park Keeper/Bank Chairman

Stephen Kerr

Stephen Kerr

Both Casts

Stephen’s list of stage credits is long and spans numerous theatres across the state. For HCT, he has played Man in the Yellow Suit in Tuck Everlasting, Pap Finn in Big River, Dubhdara O’Malley in The Pirate Queen, Thernardier in Les Miserables, Lord Scrumptious/Toymaker in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Barsad in A Tale of Two Cities, and Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol for the past seven years. Other favorite roles include Miguel de Cervantes/Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha, King Arthur in Camelot, and Nicely-Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls.

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Katie Nanna/Bird Woman/Miss Andrews

Michelle Sundwall

Michelle Sundwall

mon · wed · fri

Michelle comes to HCT with an extensive and diverse resume. Credits include: Nettie (Carousel), Musetta (La Boheme), Camila (In The Heights), Mother Abbess and Elsa Schraeder (The Sound of Music), Mary Magdalene (Rob Gardner’s Lamb of God), and has released two solo albums, My Reason and Winter Wonders. 

Michelle earned her Master’s Degree in Vocal Performance from BYU and performs as a soprano soloist, recording artist, and actor. “Thank you to my sweet children, dear parents, and wonderful husband, Pete, for all your love and support. ‘Family is not an important thing, it’s everything!’”- Michael J. Fox.

Jennifer Parker Hohl

Jennifer Parker Hohl

TUES · THURS · SAT

A veteran of the stage, Jennifer is back where she belongs at Hale Centre Theatre. Favorite credits include: Dolly Levi (Hello, Dolly!), Golde (Fiddler On The Roof), Witch (Into the Woods) with HCT; Maria (Lend Me a Tenor) with CPT; Wrote and Directed “As One”, Commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Golden Spike; and Wrote, Directed, and Performed in Witchapalooza at Gardner Village for the last 10 years. 

Jennifer holds a BA in Music from BYU and is a well-known Director and Music Director in the Utah theatre community. “Thanks to all my friends and family and especially my husband, Michael, the most interesting man I know.”

Man 1/Neleus

Noah Bradford

Noah Bradford

mon · wed · fri

Noah is grateful to be working on this production of Mary Poppins. Previous credits with HCT include Scott Hastinsg (Strictly Ballroom), Rudolpho (Matilda), Cinderella, An American In Paris, and Newsies. Other credits include: Salt Lake School for the  Performing Arts- Catch Me If You Can, Guys and Dolls, and Mike Costa in A Chorus Line, which earned him a Best Actor Nomination with the 2018 Utah High School Musical Theater Awards. He appeared as a Fire Staff Spinner in the Roots of the Rock Dance Festival, and has been training at Dance Impressions since he was six. Noah is currently a junior in the MTP at the University of Utah. “Waste your time wisely.”

Alden Sturgeon

Alden Sturgeon

TUES · THURS · SAT

A familiar face on both of our stages, Alden’s previous credits include: Seussical, Freaky Friday, An American in Paris, The Wizard of Oz,and Elmer in Newsies. Previous roles have included Jesus (Godspell) at Pioneer High School for the Performing Arts and Caliban (The Tempest) at the Creekside Theatre Festival. He is a graduate of the Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts where he is part of the Dance Academy. “Some people never go crazy, what boring lives they must lead.”

Man 2 / Policeman / Valentine

Abrin Tinney

Abrin Tinney

mon · wed · fri

Abrin was last seen monkeying around on the HCT stage in our recent production of Seussical. Other HCT credits include: Freaky Friday (Adam), American in Paris, The Wizard of Oz, Newsies (Albert/Bill), Tuck Everlasting, AIDA, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Joel), as well as Disney’s Beauty and The Beast and Oliver!

Abrin has also performed on the HCTO stage in Winnie the Pooh (Eeyore), Joseph...Dreamcoat, Seussical, and several 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”

Dale Hoopes

Dale Hoopes

TUES · THURS · SAT

Making his HCT debut! Dale is honored to be performing in front of the Hale Centre audiences. He spent the last 5 years performing at Brigham’s Playhouse in Southern Utah in such roles as Bobby Child (Crazy For You), Jervis Pendleton (Daddy Long Legs), Georg Nowack (She Loves Me), and The Suspects (Murder for Two). Dale holds an AFA in Musical Theatre from Western Wyoming Community College and is currently attending the University of Utah, working towards a BA in History Education.

Man 3/Banker/Toy Soldier/Sweep

Jason Buonforte

Jason Buonforte

mon · wed · fri

Jason was last seen on the HCT stage in Seussical as a Wickersham Brother, Freaky Friday, The Wizard of Oz, Tuck Everlasting, and Aida. Other previous HCT roles include Jeb in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Sultan in Disney’s Beauty and The Beast, and Magician in Big Fish. 

He has also performed as Ensemble in In the Heights and Combeferre in Les Miserables at HCTO. When not on stage, Jason works as an Analyst for Vivint Smart Home. “I am extremely grateful to the production team and all those involved with this fantastic production. I am truly humbled to be able to perform at such a beautiful theatre.

Austin Dorman

Austin Dorman

TUES · THURS · SAT

Austin is thrilled to be back with his HCT family. Previous credits from our West Valley Stage include: The Pirates of Penzance, A Christmas Carol, and Fiddler on the Roof. Other favorite credits include: Next To Normal, The Fantastics, Candide, Wonderful Town, Oklahoma!, Anything Goes, Godspell, Hello, Dolly!, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest, Fools, Good Doctor, in addition to lots of sketch comedy and improv. Austin graduated from BYU in Economics and Russian. He also graduated from the Second City Conservatory in Chicago.

Man 4/Banker/Toy Soldier/Sweep

Brendan Baker

Brendan Baker

mon · wed · fri

Returning to the Hale Centre Theatre stage, Brendan was previously seen in Seussical and A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. He recently completed his degree in Dance at BYU-Idaho. “Be weird, be random. Be who you are because you never know who would love the person that you hide.”

Wyatt Hendricks

Wyatt Hendricks

TUES · THURS · SAT

After a brief hiatus, Wyatt is excited to be returning to the HCT stage after last season’s Cinderella. Other credits include: Curtains(Bobby) at The Grand Theatre, Verano at Lagoon, Chess at the University of Utah, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Hero) at Weber State University. 

He is currently a Junior in the MTP program at the University of Utah and holds an associate degree from Weber State University where he studied Musical Theatre. “Hoping I make my future cat proud of me! Thanks to my family for the support and to my roommates who had to listen to me sing supercalifragilisticexpialidocious in the shower for 2 months. Enjoy the show!"

Man 5/Banker/Toy Soldier/Sweep

Patrick Wendel

Patrick Wendel

mon · wed · fri

Patrick was last seen in our productions of 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 Ziegfield Theatre. “Art is just another form of screaming.”

Dave Mc Mullin

David McMullin

TUES · THURS · SAT

David is thrilled to be returning to the HCT stage. Previous HCT appearances include Newsies (Oscar Delancey/Ike), Joseph..Dreamcoat, Sister Act, and The Pirate Queen. Other credits include: AIDA at CenterPoint Legacy Theatre and Oklahoma! at High Valley Arts Midway. 

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!”

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Dave Hollerbach

David Hollerbach

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Excited to be back on the Centre Stage, David was previously seen in our production of Phantom. Credits include: Alice in Wonderland, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Copelia for Mountain West Ballet; Yenufa for Utah Opera (Capitol Theater); The Nutcracker and Swan Lake for Ballet West (Capitol Theater), and participated in the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympic Games. 

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. He works as a DevOps Engineer at Control4, a Dancer at Mountain West Ballet, and as a Composer and Musician. “You get what you work for, not what you wish for.”

Billy Horman

Billy Horman

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Making his HCT debut! Billy comes to Hale Centre with an extensive resume. Favorite credits include: Frank Cioffi (Curtains), Charley Wykehamb (Charley’s Aunt), Tommy Djilas (The Music Man), Mortimer Brewster (Arsenic and Old Lace), and Tom Sawyer (The Adventures of Tom Sawyer) all at Westlake High School. Currently, Billy is a student at UVU in the BFA in Musical Theatre Department. “Be brave. Even if you’re not, pretend to be."

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Samantha Stuck

Samantha Stuck

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Samantha is thrilled to be back on the HCT stage after last season’s Cinderella. Other stage credits include Jennyanydots (Cats) and Eva (Bring It On: The Musical) at the University of Utah, Lolo/Dancer (The Merry Widow) and Dancer (Die Fledermaus) with Utah Opera; and Masha/Ensemble (Young Frankenstein) at The Grand Theatre. 

She graduated from the University of Utah in 2017 with a BFA in Musical Theatre and a minor in Modern Dance. Samantha is a certified Pilates Instructor through Balanced Body.”

Brooke Storheim

Brooke Storheim

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Brooke was recently seen in our productions of Phantom and An American in Paris. She is a professional dancer who has danced with Utah Regional Ballet, Utah Ballet, Ohio Ballet and BYU Theatre Ballet. She has also been a guest artist with The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square and the Cleveland Chamber Ballet.

Brooke has an MFA in Ballet from the University of Utah where she served as a teaching assistant, performed with Utah Ballet and Ballet Ensemble. She received additional training from Ohio Ballet, Cleveland Chamber Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, and Ballet West. She is a certified ABT teacher and has worked as a faculty member at the U of U and UVU, and currently as an adjunct professor at BYU.

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Elisse Shell

Elisse Shell

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Elisse names some of her favorite previous productions as Cinderella, The Music Man, My Fair Lady, 9 to 5: The Musical, and Mary Poppins. She has a Masters of Fine Art in Teaching and Choreography, Ballet, and a BS in Ballet from the University of Utah, with a Minor in European History from The University of Utah. 

Elisse is a full-time mom, and owner and director of Classical Ballet Conservatory in West Jordan. “Thank you to my parents for all the lessons & support growing up, and to my husband & two kids for bringing the joy to every day.”

Abigail Smith

Abigail Smith

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Returning to our stage, Abigail was recently seen in our production of Phantom. Credits include: Member of Utah Ballet, Corps Member with Grand Defile at NYC’s Lincoln Center, Company Member at Barlow Arts Conservatory, Guest Artist at Westlake High School and Maple Mountain High. 

Theatrical credits include Tuck Everlasting at HCTO. Abigail is currently studying at the University of Utah, majoring in Ballet with a teaching emphasis and minoring in Health and earning a certificate in Applied Positive Psychology. She teaches at Barlow Arts Conservatory. “Thoughts are power; gratitude is transformative; kindness never fails.”

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Emily Pope

Emily West

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Emily is thrilled to be performing at Hale Centre once again. Previous credits include The Music Man and An American in Paris. She has danced with Barlow Arts Conservatory for 8 years with Jennifer Hill Barlow. Other Musical Theatre credits include Mersister (The Little Mermaid) and Miss Dorothy (Thoroughly Modern Millie). Ballet highlights include Clara (The Nutcracker) for Barlow Arts Conservatory and Academy of Ballet, and performed at Lincoln Center Stage in the YAGP finals worldwide competition. “If you have a heartbeat, there is still time for you to live your dreams.”

Whitney Hatch

Whitney Hatch

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Making her return to Hale Centre Theatre - Whitney is glad to be back on the Centre Stage. Credits include Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Sister Act, and Oklahoma! (HCT); Spamalot (National Tour); Singer/Dancer (Holland America Line); and Juanito Bandito’s Christmas Carol (Pickleville Playhouse). Whitney graduated from BYU with a BFA in Musical Dance Theatre.

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Aria Love Jackson

Aria Love Jackson

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No stranger to the stage, Aria is thrilled to be playing with HCT again. Previous credits include: Ms. Phelps (Matilda), Nehebka (AIDA), The Wizard of Oz, Tuck Everlasting, and Joseph...Dreamcoat. Favorite credits include: Dana Turner (Disney’s Camp Rock: The Musical), Bonnie Bennet (The Hollywood Show’s Vampire Diaries Parody (YouTube)), and a featured dancer in Gladys Knight’s show, A Mic and a Light (Las Vegas, NV). 

Aria graduated from BYU with a B.S. in Event and Venue Management and is currently an Event Coordinator at doTERRA. “She designed a life she loved and it loved her right back. – Thank you to all those who support, inspire, love, challenge and invest in me. I am where I am largely thanks to you!”

Abigail Higbee

Abigail Higbee

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Abigail is excited to be back at HCT after previously being seen in our production of My Son Pinocchio. Other credits include: Ensemble and u/s Willow (Fly More Than You Fall); Bet (Oliver!) at PTC; and Crazy for You at Lincoln Center; Audrey (Little Shop of Horrors); The Baker’s Wife (Into the Woods); Star-to-Be (Annie), Helena (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), and dance corps (Footloose). 

Abigail has studied at the Open Jar Institute in NYC and is currently studying Musical Theatre at BYU. “I’d like to thank Utah COPA for their years of invaluable training and my family for their support!”

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Aubrielle Arroyo

Aubrielle Arroyo

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Thrilled to be back at HCT, Aubrielle was previously seen in our production of Cinderella. She attended Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts High School, then moved on to the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA, studying dance. She moved to New York City to study at the Broadway Dance Center in their Professional Semester program. 

Previous theater credits include: Legally Blonde: The Musical, Joseph...Dreamcoat (Mrs. Potiphar), Pippin (Leading Player), and Little Shop of Horrors (Chiffon). She currently teaches dance at The Winner School. “HUGE thanks to my family and my wonderful husband for their encouragement and support. This one’s for you!”

Emily Tracy

Emily Tracy

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Emily is excited to return to the Centre Stage! Previous credits include: Newsies, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Joseph...Dreamcoat at Hale Centre Theatre. Other favorites include: Ariel (Footloose) and Kathy (Singin’ in the Rain). She recently graduated from BYU with a degree in Construction Management.

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Bryn Campbell

Bryn Campbell

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Bryn is thrilled to be back on stage after last season’s production of Matilda. She has spent extensive time backstage as a wig dresser and makeup artist. Favorite crew credits included The Wizard of Oz, AIDA, and The Little Mermaid. Other performing credits include West Side Story (Consuelo) at Kensington Theatre and in Bring it On at the University of Utah where she graduated with a BFA in Theatrical Hair and Makeup Design. “If that’s all there is my friends, then let’s keep dancing.”

Larissa Pearson

Larissa Pearson

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Returning to our stage, Larissa is honored to be back at Hale Centre Theatre. Credits include: The Wizard of Oz at HCT; Holiday Inn, Sheila (Crazy For You), Emily (A Christmas Carol) at CPT; Cathy (The Last 5 Years) and Hope (Anything Goes). “For my dad, who taught me the importance of a well-timed dad joke.”

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Production Team Biographies

Director / Choreographer

Dave Tinney

Dave Tinney

For Hale Centre Theatre, Dave has previously directed 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, Tarzan, Hello, Dolly!, The Drowsy Chaperone, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Zorro the Musical, Oliver!, and Les Misérables. 

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 Theatre Arts Department at Utah Valley University for nine years. “Thanks to Sally, Mark, Rob, Dallin, Kacey, Joy, Marianne, Skyler, Bobby, Michelle, Charlisa and an awesome cast and crew...all brilliant! Also a special thanks to my family.”

Music Director

Kelly De Haan

Kelly DeHaan

Kelly is one of the most sought after Music Directors along the Wasatch Front. His talent and skills have been instrumental in the success of many of our productions, with the most recent being Bright Star, Seussical, Freaky Friday, An American in Paris, Aida, Forever Plaid, Sister Act, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Peter and the Starcatcher, Big Fish, The Little Mermaid, GHOST the Musical, Catch Me If You Can, Mary Poppins, and Les Misérables.

Kelly is currently directing the inaugural season of HCT’s children’s choir, Stars and On Stage. A few of Kelly’s stage roles at HCT include Carl Hanratty in Catch Me if You Can, Goran in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Colonel Pickering in My Fair Lady, Sancho Panza in Man of La Mancha, and Tateh in Ragtime. His extensive background makes him a highly-prized vocal teacher and coach. Kelly is a devoted teacher at Mountain Ridge High School. He is a recipient of the Music Educator of the Year Award from the Utah High School Activities Association, WorldStrides Music Teacher of the Year 2016, and is the 2017 recipient of the Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education. Kelly was also the BroadwayWorld.com winner for best music direction for HCT’s The Little Mermaid. Kelly has lent his talents to various groups as a musical director for over 60 productions at local theatres, served as a soloist, clinician, and accompanist, and is a former member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Kelly holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Utah, where he was the singing coach for the Actor Training Program for four years. Kelly is the proud father of four boys and husband to one goddess wife.

Production Stage Manager

Along with Mary Poppins, Chantel has Stage Managed 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 Design

Kacey Udy

Kacey Udy

Kacey is the Technical Director and Resident Scenic Designer at Hale Centre Theatre. He loves the design process and the ability that he has to work and create with such an incredible team of outstanding artists at HCT. His designs for The Little Mermaid, Les Misérables, Tarzan, Into the Woods, The Drowsy Chaperone, A Tale of Two Cities, and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang are among his favorites. 

He graduated from Utah State University with a BFA in graphic design and scenic design. When not in pursuit of new inspiration or shiny objects, Kacey enjoys listening to TED Talks, traveling, and spending as much time as possible with his incredible family. He credits his family as the true secret behind his success.

Projection Design

Bobby Gibson

Bobby Gibson

Previous HCT credits include Projection Designer for 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, where he specializes 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.”

Production Artist

Madeline Ashton

Madeline Ashton

As an accomplished artist, Madeline’s work was recently seen in our productions of Bright Star, Seussical, Matilda, and Cinderella. Other scenic design credits include Oklahoma! (Sundance), Distance of the Moon (Sackerson), Let The Right One In, and Angels in America (An Other Theatre). Madeline earned Bachelor Of Fine Arts in Scenic Design from Utah Valley University. 

Lighting Design

Michael Gray

Michael Gray

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Michael is the resident 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, and Seussical for HCT. “I have the best dogs in the world. Change my mind.” 

Sound Design

Dan Morgan

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

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 63rd show with Cinderella; some of her other favorite designs have included The Drowsy Chaperone, Over The River..., Les Miserables, 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 3 beautiful daughters, two charming sons- in-law, and her amazing husband, Steve.

Costume Design

Kelsey Nichols

Kelsey Nichols

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Kelsey Nichols has been with Hale for almost two years now and has designed costumes for their productions of The Scarlet Pimpernel, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, and Phantom, and she was the quick change engineer for the magic Cinderella dress. She was the Fabric Specialist for the United States National Theatre Exhibit at the Prague Quadrennial in 2015. 

She has designed several shows in the Ogden area for The Ziegfeld Theatre, Good Company Theatre, and Music Theater West. She has a BA in Technical Theatre from Weber State University— where she currently works as a theatre professor-- and an MFA in Costume Design from Indiana University.

Hair & Make Up Design

Candice Cronin

Candice Cronin

Candice started with HCT in 2014 with Mary Poppins. Since then, she has worked as a costume and wig dresser, and was a makeup artist for Disney’s Beauty and The Beast. She is a graduate of Paul Mitchell the School, and currently works as an instructor there, as well as in the HCT wig studio. “I would like to thank Trisha and Krissa for being such big mentors! I have learned so much from you guys, and I’m so grateful for the opportunities you have given me. I also want to thank Adam, Cordelia, and Gabriella for being so supportive of my dream to work in theatre. Love you guys!”

Author

Julian Fellowes

Julian Fellows

Educated at Ampleforth and Magdalene College, Cambridge, Julian Fellowes is a multi-award-winning actor, writer, director and producer. As creator, sole writer and executive producer of the hit television series Downton Abbey, Fellowes has won three Emmy awards and a Golden Globe. Fellowes received the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Gosford Park (2002). 

His work was also honoured by the Writer’s Guild of America, the New York Film Critics’ Circle and the National Society of Film Critics for Best Screenplay. Other writing credits for film include Piccadilly Jim (2004), Vanity Fair (2004), Young Victoria (2009), The Tourist (2010), Romeo & Juliet (2013), and the three-part drama Doctor Thorne for ITV. Fellowes also wrote and directed the award-winning films Separate Lies and From Time to Time. Fellowes wrote the books for the Tony-nominated stage production of Mary Poppins and for School of Rock: The Musical which opened on Broadway in December 2015, and was written and produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Fellowes has authored two novels: the international bestsellersSnobs (2005) and Past Imperfect (2008). Julian Fellowes became a life peer in 2011. He lives in Dorset and London with his wife, Emma.

Music Theatre International (MTI)

Music Theatre International (MTI) is one of the world’s leading theatrical licensing agencies, granting theatres from around the world the rights to perform the greatest selection of musicals from Broadway and beyond. Founded in 1952 by composer Frank Loesser, and orchestrator Don Walker, MTI is a driving force in advancing musical theatre as a vibrant and engaging art form.

MTI works directly with the composers, lyricists and book writers of these musicals to provide official scripts, musical materials and dynamic theatrical resources to over 70,000 professional, community and school theatres in the US and in over 60 countries worldwide.

MTI is particularly dedicated to educational theatre, and has created special collections to meet the needs of various types of performers and audiences. MTI’s Broadway JuniorTM shows are 30- and 60-minute musicals for performance by elementary and middle school-aged performers, while MTI’s School Editions are musicals annotated for performance by high school students.

MTI maintains its global headquarters in New York City with additional offices in London (MTI Europe) and Melbourne (MTI Australasia).

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