Sarah Sample and Edie Carey, Singers/Songwriters
April 2019

Concordia University's Presentation of "Harvey"
March 2019

Harvey, a Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by Mary Chase, is the story of a perfect gentleman, Elwood P. Dowd, and his best friend, Harvey -- a pooka, who is a seven-foot tall, invisible rabbit.

King's Players Annual Melodrama
”Life on the Bowery, or The Liar’s Doom!” by Tim Kelly
February 2019

The Murderous Mansion of Mr. Uno
by Don Zolidis
One-Act Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
January 2019

The mysterious Mr. Uno has invited six eccentric guests to his dark and stormy mansion. When Uno winds up dead (several times over), and guests begin dying mysteriously, those remaining must uncover the murderer before it's too late. A wickedly funny parody of the traditional murder mystery, with eleven possible alternate endings voted on by the audience.

A Merrie Olde Christmas with pianist Sally Jost
December 2018

A Dicken’s Christmas Carol:
a traveling travesty in two tumultuous acts
by Mark Landon Smith
December 2018

From the bonny shores of England comes the Styckes-Upon-Thump Repertory Theatre Company, a stuffy old traveling troupe embarking on their fifteenth annual farewell tour of the Dickens' tale.  Sweet Cynthia Imbry, the general understudy, suddenly finds herself thrust onstage to perform a role she's ill-prepared for!  Bettina, the company diva, pretends to be ill, certain the production will be cancelled.  However, much to her shock and rage, the show does go on without her!  Roles are shuffled at the last minute and poor Cynthia finds herself center stage.  Mayhem ensues as this professional company scrambles to keep the show going and everything that could possibly go wrong does, to hilarious, ridiculous results!

Kovar Brothers County Christmas Traditions
November 2018

Moors & McCumber - Singers/Songwriters,
November 2018

Emily Scott Robinson - Singer/Songwriter, October 2018

Andrea von Kampen, Singer/Songwriter - October 2018

The Christians
written by Lucas Hnath, directed by Bryan Moore
September 14 & 15, 2018

Pastor Paul’s church started as a modest storefront. Now it houses thousands, with a baptismal font as big as a swimming pool. Today should be a day of celebration. But Pastor Paul is about to preach a sermon that will shake the foundation of his congregation’s beliefs. “The Christians” is a play that takes an unflinching look at faith and its power to unit or divide. A panel discussion will follow the play.

Daniel Christian, Singer/Songwriter - August 2018

Missoula Children's Workshop - July 23-27, 2018
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs


Steel City Rovers - July 2018


Goehner Centennial Players Melodrama
Deadwood Dick or a Game of Gold by Tom Taggart
May 30 - June 10, 2018


Concordia University Student Written & Directed Play
"Older Days" - March 2018


King's Players Melodrama - February 2018
Peril on the High Seas...
or Let's Get Together and Do Launch

by Billy St. John

The King's Players put on their 16th annual musical melodrama aboard the H.M.S. Majestic.  This melodrama was an intriguing adventure set in the Roaring Twenties!  


Paul Siebert Variety Show - January 2018


Dinner at Eight, Dead by Nine
One-Act Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
January 2018

This deliciously clever comedy mystery's action takes place around the head table of a banquet room where the guests are suddenly witnesses to a murder!  Hilarity ensues as they each reveal their own murder plans, yet all claim innocence.  


Sally Jost Christmas Show - December 2017


A Visit from St. Nicholas or The Night Before Christmas
by Lowell Swortzell - December 2017

On Christmas Eve, 1822, Clement Clarke Moore's house is not as quiet as a mouse—in fact, everyone is stirring. The three children await the arrival of St. Nicholas. Mother and Father arise thinking they hear intruders. Cousin Harriet enlists the children to copy the poem their father has just written for them, which she hopes to have published for all young people to enjoy. But Father, as a distinguished professor who fears being known as a poet for children, burns the poem so it can never leave the house. At first heartbroken, the children unite to save the poem for posterity by improvising it through a riotous enactment. How they convince their father that his verses should be shared with children everywhere brings about the hilarious, happy ending.