Cast

Casting is not yet complete for the 2019 Summer season.

Crew

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Melissa Emery

Tallahassee, FL via Boca Raton, FL

  • Season Sound Designer/Mixer/Board Op

Melissa is a current student at Florida State University double-majoring in Theater and Electrical Engineering and has completed her minor in Physics. She has been involved in the sound-designing process for numerous main-stage productions at the University’s School of Theater, including Guys and Dolls in October 2017, The Addams Family in February 2018, and Hairspray in February of 2019. She also recently designed the sound for A New Brain in The Lab Theater at Florida State in November of 2018. She wants to thank Tom Ossowski for inviting her to be a part of this season at the Post Playhouse and is so grateful for the opportunity. She also sends thanks to Zachary Cramer at Florida State for being so patient with her while she learns and for always believing in her.

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Sarah Mattis

Tallahassee, FL via Myrtle Beach, SC

  • Assistant Season Stage Manager

  • Backstage Manager — Frog & Toad

  • Calling Stage Manager — Little Shop of Horrors

Sarah Mattis is excited for her first season with the Post Playhouse! Sarah is a senior at Florida State University studying Theatre with an emphasis on Stage Management. Previous theatre credits include FSU’s 2019 Senior Showcase and A New Brain as well as Quincy Music Theatre’s The Lion King Kids, Seussical Jr., How to Succeed…, and Annie. Previous opera credits include FSU’s Of Mice and Men, The Medium, and The Prodigal Child. She is incredibly grateful for this learning opportunity! Sarah would like to thank her friends and family for their constant love, support, and patience.

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Garth Moritz

Boulder, CO

  • Season Asst. Stage Manager

Garth Moritz is happy to be returning for his second season with the Post Playhouse. An Arkansas native, he spent five years living and working in the Chicago theatre scene and now lives in Boulder, Colorado.

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Ken Phillips

Tucson, AZ

  • Production Stage Manager

  • Lighting Designer — Little Shop of Horrors

Ken is extremely happy to be coming back for his sixth consecutive year at the Post Playhouse as the Production Stage Manager! Ken holds a BFA in Stage Management and graduated last year with an MFA in Lighting Design from the University of Arizona. In the past, he has worked as a freelance Stage Manager in LA, working on various productions ranging from Bronies: The Musical! to the Big Hero 6 Laser Light Show at Disney’s historic El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. In Lighting Design, he has worked on a variety of different productions both academically and professionally, with the bulk of them being in Musical Theatre and Opera. He is also an avid stage combat enthusiast, where he has helped bring some of the Post’s past production’s stage fighting to life. He would like to thank Dewayne and Tom for having him back another year, and to give his love to his girlfriend Alexandra for all her support. To see more of his work, look at www.KGPhillips.com

Creative

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Julio Agustin

New York City, NY

  • Director — Sister Act

  • Choreographer — Sister Act

Julio is grateful to Tom and Dewayne for this opportunity, and is excited to be making his Post Playhouse debut! Broadway credits: Fosse, Steel Pier, Never Gonna Dance, Bells Are Ringing (revival), Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Chicago. Recent publication: The Professional Actor’s Handbook: From Casting Call to Curtain Call (Rowman & Littlefield, 2017). Award nominations: Audelco Award, Best Director (Sweet Charity @ New Haarlem Arts Theatre, NYC); Syracuse Area Live Theatre, Best Choreographer (In the Heights @ Hangar Theatre); Houston Press, Best Choreographer (Guys and Dolls @ Theatre Under the Stars). BM in Musical Theatre, FSU; MFA in Directing, Penn State. Assistant Professor of Theatre, University of Miami. Julio runs The Transition Workshop, a monthly audition studio in New York City (www.JulioAgustin.com).

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Chari Arespacochaga

New York City, NY and Tallahassee, FL

  • Director — Little Shop of Horrors

Directing credits include: Birthmark, Love’s Labour’s Lost The Musical, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Spring Awakening The Musical, Rock Of Ages, Amadeus, Doubt, Legally Blonde, Avenue Q, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Disney’s Tarzan, The Full Monty, Aida, Honk. Director of Creative Development: Princess Ten Ten and The Dark Skies, Missing. MFA in Theatre Directing. Musical Staging credits include: Next To Normal, A Little Night Music, Tick…Tick…Boom! MFA in Directing. Assistant Professor of Theatre, Florida State University. chariarespacochaga.com

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Dewayne Barrett

New York City via Atlanta, GA

  • Post Playhouse Artistic Director

  • Season Choreographer

Dewayne is very excited to be returning to the Post Playhouse for his 3rd season. as Artistic Director, Director, and Choreographer. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, he moved to New York City and began his career/training in the Big Apple. He has performed leading roles around the country such as Rum Tum Tugger in Cats, Bobby Child in Crazy For You, Riff in West Side Story, Bobby in A Chorus Line to name a few. He has directed and choreographed for national tours, regional theatres, dinner theaters, community theatres, cruise ships, movies, high schools, music videos, parades and dance companies. He now resides in Florida. This coming fall, Dewayne will be heading to Beijing, China to teach, direct/choreograph at The Central Academy of Drama. He recently premiered EDM Antigone the Rock Opera with Don Fox in Wenatchee, Washington. Don and Dewayne are planning several US tours of EDM Antigone. He is currently in the works with Phillip Michael Thomas from Miami Vice with a new musical with eyes set for Broadway.

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Pheobe H. Boynton

Colorado Springs, CO via Ithaca, NY

  • Costume Designer — Mary Poppins, Sister Act, Little Shop

Pheobe H. Boynton is thrilled to be returning to The Post Playhouse for her sixth season! She is a freelance costume designer originally from Ithaca, NY and currently based out of the Theatreworks costume shop in Colorado Springs, CO. She has a bachelors in art history from Cornell University, and an MFA in theater design and technology from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. She has done work for a wide variety of clients and companies including the Los Angeles Opera, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Kanye West, Kansas City Repertory Theater, The Arvada Center, Theatreworks, Chadron State College, The Unicorn Theater, The Hangar Theatre, Legendary Pictures, YouTube Studios, Relativity Media, Investigation Discovery and Theatrical Arts International. www.pheobebird.com

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Scott Cavin

Chadron, NE via Lemoore, CA

  • Season Technical Director

Scott is excited to be returning to the Post Playhouse for his second season. Scott is also an Associate Professor of Theatre at Chadron State College. His responsibilities include Designer (Scenic, Lighting, Sound, Projection), Technical Director and Production Manager for the Theatre Program. Recent designs credits (Set and/or Light) include: Money Shot, Rosencrantz & Guilderstein are Dead, Big River, Extremities, The Underpants, Little Shop of Horrors, Bus Stop, Almost Maine, Godspell, Peter and the Starcatcher, and Lost in Yonkers. Always looking for new challenges Scott also Directs at Chadron State College. Some of his recent directing Credits include: Extremities, Money Shot, The Vampire Cowboy Trilogy, The Play About the Baby, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, The Shape of Things, and Stop Kiss. You can see more of Scott’s work at www.scottcavin.com

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Melissa Emery

Tallahassee, FL via Boca Raton, FL

  • Season Sound Designer/Mixer/Board Op

Melissa is a current student at Florida State University double-majoring in Theater and Electrical Engineering and has completed her minor in Physics. She has been involved in the sound-designing process for numerous main-stage productions at the University’s School of Theater, including Guys and Dolls in October 2017, The Addams Family in February 2018, and Hairspray in February of 2019. She also recently designed the sound for A New Brain in The Lab Theater at Florida State in November of 2018. She wants to thank Tom Ossowski for inviting her to be a part of this season at the Post Playhouse and is so grateful for the opportunity. She also sends thanks to Zachary Cramer at Florida State for being so patient with her while she learns and for always believing in her.

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Matthew Everingham

Christchurch, New Zealand

  • Music Director — Mary Poppins, The Music Man, Little Shop of Horrors

  • Second Keys — Sister Act, Frog & Toad

Matthew is a music director, composer and pianist whose music has been heard around New Zealand and the world. He holds a Bachelor of Music (Composition) and Bachelor of Laws with Honours from the University of Canterbury, and an ATCL diploma in piano performance while also lecturing in music theory, composition, keyboard musicianship and musical theatre at the University of Canterbury School of Music and Ara Institute of Canterbury. Matthew is an alumni of the New York University Summer Film Scoring workshop (2017) and was recently appointed Artistic Director of the Christchurch Pops Choir.

His theatre credits as musical director include New Zealand productions of: W_e Will Rock You, Sister Act, The Last Five Years, Little Women, Ragtime, The Events_, and Working. Work as deputy musical director, assistant conductor and pianist includes: Les Misérables, Wicked, Jesus Christ Superstar, Chicago, Mary Poppins, Legally Blonde, Hairspray, Mamma Mia!, Evita, Monty Python’s Spamalot, The Phantom of the Opera, Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story, Puss in Boots, Red Riding Hood, and The Little Mermaid.

As a composer, Matthew’s work has been performed and recorded in London, Prague, Malta, Miami and around New Zealand. Highlights include his composition Fractures, which premiered in Westminster Abbey, as well as having work performed by the NZ Trio and winning the Douglas Lilburn Trust Composition Award. Matthew also enjoys work as a music director, accompanist and musicianship tutor at the University of Canterbury and the National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art, and as a conductor with the Jubilate Singers, Canterbury Lawyers’ Choir, St Andrew’s Choirs, New Zealand Secondary Schools’ Choir (conducting intern).

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Don Fox

Wenatchee, WA

  • Season Scenic Designer

  • Lighting Designer — Mary Poppins, Sister Act, The Music Man, Frog & Toad

Don is thrilled to be returning for his 6th season designing for the Post Playhouse. Don is a native of Colorado Springs, CO, where he recently served as Production Manager for the launch of the brand new Ent Center for the Arts at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Recent and favorite credits include lighting designs for the Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island, (Great American Variety Show), The Borgata Casino, Atlantic City, NJ (The Burlesque Show), Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL (All Shook Up, Legally Blonde, Addams Family), THEATREWORKS AT UCCS (A Christmas Carol), The Moscow Ballet’s North American Tours 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018 (The Great Russian Nutcracker), and the Numerica Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee, WA (Young Frankenstein, August Osage County). Don recently created and produced the world premiere of EDM Antigone which is available as an educational production to tour nationally (www.edmAntigone.com). His extensive portfolio can be viewed at www.DonFoxDesigns.com.

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Javier Fox

Colorado Springs, CO

  • Season Props Master

Javier Fox is pleased to officially join the Post Playhouse company this summer as Props Master. Javier has previously served as props master for Numerica Performing Arts Center’s productions of Bat Boy the Musical, Cabaret, Chicago, and La Cage aux Folles. Javier is currently pursuing his Elementary Education certification at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs.

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Scott Michaelsen

Bend, OR

  • Music Director — Sister Act, A Year with Frog and Toad

  • Keyboard 2 — The Music Man, Mary Poppins

Scott is humbled to be joining Post Playhouse for his first season! A freelance musician, raised in beautiful Central Oregon, he has had the privilege to music direct and conduct Spamalot, Shrek, The Little Mermaid, Annie, Guys and Dolls, Willy Wonka, Rock of Ages, 13, Evita, Mary Poppins and Cats at Bend’s historic Tower Theatre over the previous 6 years. Other recent favorite credits include Beauty and the Beast, The Last 5 Years, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Kiss of the Spider Woman. In November 2018, Scott dipped his toe into stage direction with Bugsy Malone Jr. for 5th-8th graders at Trinity Lutheran School, where he also serves as band director. Scott has a BA in Music Composition and Music Technology from Seattle Pacific University. He is grateful to Tom Ossowski for the opportunity to join the Post team for 2019.

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Tom Ossowski

Tallahasse, FL via Beatrice, NE

  • Post Playhouse Producing Artistic Director

Tom Ossowski is an Associate Professor for the BFA Music Theatre Program at FSU and the Producing Artistic Director for the Post Playhouse at Fort Robinson State Park in Nebraska. At the Post Playhouse, Tom has directed Legally Blonde, Monty Python’s Spamalot, A Man of No Importance, All Shook Up, Guys and Dolls, 9 to 5, My Way, The Drowsy Chaperone, Grease, The Wizard of Oz, Nunsense!, Always…Patsy Cline, Hello, Dolly!, and Oklahoma!. FSU directing credits include Beauty & the Beast, All Shook Up, Legally Blonde, Cabaret, The Drowsy Chaperone, How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, On The Town, Hair, The Rocky Horror Show, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Music directing credits include Guys and Dolls, A Chorus Line, Ragtime, Spring Awakening, Jesus Christ Superstar, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, RENT, Into The Woods, and Urinetown. Tom directed and music directed Into The Woods and The Family for The Central Academy of Drama in Beijing. He is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.

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Ken Phillips

Tucson, AZ

  • Production Stage Manager

  • Lighting Designer — Little Shop of Horrors

Ken is extremely happy to be coming back for his sixth consecutive year at the Post Playhouse as the Production Stage Manager! Ken holds a BFA in Stage Management and graduated last year with an MFA in Lighting Design from the University of Arizona. In the past, he has worked as a freelance Stage Manager in LA, working on various productions ranging from Bronies: The Musical! to the Big Hero 6 Laser Light Show at Disney’s historic El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. In Lighting Design, he has worked on a variety of different productions both academically and professionally, with the bulk of them being in Musical Theatre and Opera. He is also an avid stage combat enthusiast, where he has helped bring some of the Post’s past production’s stage fighting to life. He would like to thank Dewayne and Tom for having him back another year, and to give his love to his girlfriend Alexandra for all her support. To see more of his work, look at www.KGPhillips.com

Musicians

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Matthew Everingham

Christchurch, New Zealand

  • Music Director — Mary Poppins, The Music Man, Little Shop of Horrors

  • Second Keys — Sister Act, Frog & Toad

Matthew is a music director, composer and pianist whose music has been heard around New Zealand and the world. He holds a Bachelor of Music (Composition) and Bachelor of Laws with Honours from the University of Canterbury, and an ATCL diploma in piano performance while also lecturing in music theory, composition, keyboard musicianship and musical theatre at the University of Canterbury School of Music and Ara Institute of Canterbury. Matthew is an alumni of the New York University Summer Film Scoring workshop (2017) and was recently appointed Artistic Director of the Christchurch Pops Choir.

His theatre credits as musical director include New Zealand productions of: W_e Will Rock You, Sister Act, The Last Five Years, Little Women, Ragtime, The Events_, and Working. Work as deputy musical director, assistant conductor and pianist includes: Les Misérables, Wicked, Jesus Christ Superstar, Chicago, Mary Poppins, Legally Blonde, Hairspray, Mamma Mia!, Evita, Monty Python’s Spamalot, The Phantom of the Opera, Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story, Puss in Boots, Red Riding Hood, and The Little Mermaid.

As a composer, Matthew’s work has been performed and recorded in London, Prague, Malta, Miami and around New Zealand. Highlights include his composition Fractures, which premiered in Westminster Abbey, as well as having work performed by the NZ Trio and winning the Douglas Lilburn Trust Composition Award. Matthew also enjoys work as a music director, accompanist and musicianship tutor at the University of Canterbury and the National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art, and as a conductor with the Jubilate Singers, Canterbury Lawyers’ Choir, St Andrew’s Choirs, New Zealand Secondary Schools’ Choir (conducting intern).

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Scott Michaelsen

Bend, OR

  • Music Director — Sister Act, A Year with Frog and Toad

  • Keyboard 2 — The Music Man, Mary Poppins

Scott is humbled to be joining Post Playhouse for his first season! A freelance musician, raised in beautiful Central Oregon, he has had the privilege to music direct and conduct Spamalot, Shrek, The Little Mermaid, Annie, Guys and Dolls, Willy Wonka, Rock of Ages, 13, Evita, Mary Poppins and Cats at Bend’s historic Tower Theatre over the previous 6 years. Other recent favorite credits include Beauty and the Beast, The Last 5 Years, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Kiss of the Spider Woman. In November 2018, Scott dipped his toe into stage direction with Bugsy Malone Jr. for 5th-8th graders at Trinity Lutheran School, where he also serves as band director. Scott has a BA in Music Composition and Music Technology from Seattle Pacific University. He is grateful to Tom Ossowski for the opportunity to join the Post team for 2019.

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Ken Swinkin

New York City, NY

  • Season Drummer

Ken Swinkin is a New York City-based musical theater drummer. He has played for U.S. tours of The Music Man, Stand By Your Man–The Tammy Wynette Story, A Christmas Carol, and Miracle on 34th Street. In Europe he played for a tour of Grease. Regional/summer-stock credits include The Mac-Haydn Theater, Surflight Theater, Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, and Meadow Brook Theater. He’s very excited to be playing for the first time at Post Playhouse and thanks Tom and Dewayne for the opportunity.

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Arn Xu

Miami, FL

  • Season Keys 3 Player

Arn Xu is a recent graduate of University of Miami’s Frost School of Music where he studied piano performance. He is also an avid member of the music theater community in Miami, working in recent productions of Heathers, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, In The Heights, Hairspray, and working with the University of Miami’s Department of Theater Arts. Arn is very excited to join Post Playhouse for 2019.

Staff

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Dewayne Barrett

New York City via Atlanta, GA

  • Post Playhouse Artistic Director

  • Season Choreographer

Dewayne is very excited to be returning to the Post Playhouse for his 3rd season. as Artistic Director, Director, and Choreographer. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, he moved to New York City and began his career/training in the Big Apple. He has performed leading roles around the country such as Rum Tum Tugger in Cats, Bobby Child in Crazy For You, Riff in West Side Story, Bobby in A Chorus Line to name a few. He has directed and choreographed for national tours, regional theatres, dinner theaters, community theatres, cruise ships, movies, high schools, music videos, parades and dance companies. He now resides in Florida. This coming fall, Dewayne will be heading to Beijing, China to teach, direct/choreograph at The Central Academy of Drama. He recently premiered EDM Antigone the Rock Opera with Don Fox in Wenatchee, Washington. Don and Dewayne are planning several US tours of EDM Antigone. He is currently in the works with Phillip Michael Thomas from Miami Vice with a new musical with eyes set for Broadway.

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Cody Brintnall

Crawford, NE

  • Box Office Staff

Cody is very happy to be returning to the Post Playhouse for his second season. He just finished his senior year at Crawford High School and is getting ready for college. Cody is looking forward to meeting everyone and having another great summer out at Post Playhouse.

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Scott Cavin

Chadron, NE via Lemoore, CA

  • Season Technical Director

Scott is excited to be returning to the Post Playhouse for his second season. Scott is also an Associate Professor of Theatre at Chadron State College. His responsibilities include Designer (Scenic, Lighting, Sound, Projection), Technical Director and Production Manager for the Theatre Program. Recent designs credits (Set and/or Light) include: Money Shot, Rosencrantz & Guilderstein are Dead, Big River, Extremities, The Underpants, Little Shop of Horrors, Bus Stop, Almost Maine, Godspell, Peter and the Starcatcher, and Lost in Yonkers. Always looking for new challenges Scott also Directs at Chadron State College. Some of his recent directing Credits include: Extremities, Money Shot, The Vampire Cowboy Trilogy, The Play About the Baby, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, The Shape of Things, and Stop Kiss. You can see more of Scott’s work at www.scottcavin.com

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Linda Dabbs

Crawford and Omaha, NE

  • Technical Staff

  • Paint Charge

Linda is a recent transplant from Omaha to the Crawford area. She has been painting theater sets for 14 years. After being in the art field as an Art Director for various ad agencies, an outdoor billboard company, along with Art Director at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo. Some of the theatres she has painted for are Kountze Memorial at Mahoney State Park, Lofté Community Theatre, Manley, NE, Lincoln Community Theatre, Opera Omaha and Lincoln University Opera. Now semi retired to paint and produce pottery for her own enjoyment. She lives on a ranch north of Crawford with her faithful, but noisy dog, “Beau.” On good days she can be found wandering the hills with either camera in hand or watercolor brushes. Linda wishes to thank Kevin Colbert from the Lofté Theatre for a chance to enter the theatre world and paint his sets, but is looking forward to calling the Post Playhouse her new “Home!”

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Don Denton

  • Assistant Marketing Manager

Don Denton has been performing with Post Playhouse off and on since 2008. Since that time, he has been working with Tom to rethink all their marketing efforts. For the past few years, all the mailings and the website have been designed by Don. He is very proud to continue to help the Playhouse reach for new heights even from afar.

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Tasha DeYoung

New Haven, CT / Granville, OH

  • Costume Shop Manager

  • Season Stitcher

Tasha DeYoung is thrilled to be joining The Post Playhouse for her first season. She is a current student at Denison University in Ohio pursuing a Theatre major. She has spent her time at school getting experience in all areas of theatre, including costume and lighting design, wardrobe supervising, and board operating. Tasha spent her last summer as the Wardrobe Assistant at Theatre Aspen, gaining invaluable experience with Ragtime and Our Town. Prior to this, she worked at the Saratoga Shakespeare Company not only as stitcher but wearer of all necessary hats like wardrobe crew, launderer, designer, and more.

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Tim Gaswick

  • Accountant

Tim is the franchise owner of the Chadron H&R Block office, and has been the accountant for the playhouse since 2007. He and his wife Kari have four children, Kaylee, Aaron, Braxton, and Seth. Tim not only serves as the accountant, but also as the treasurer on the playhouse board. He enjoys working with the great talent and staff every summer, and looks forward to many years with the playhouse.

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Talen Huggett

Crawford, NE

  • Box Office Staff

Talen is very excited to be working at the Post Playhouse this season and thinks it will be a great learning experience for him. Talen just finished his Freshman year (9th grade) at Crawford High School.

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Alexis Konruff

Crawford, NE

  • Box Office Staff

Alexis just finished her junior year of high school and is over the moon to work at the Post Playhouse this summer. She has been into drama for a few years now and it is one of her favorite activities at school. She lives with her family and dogs in a small town house and has lived in Crawford for nearly 10 years. She is looking forward this season and I hopes it is a great year.

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Garth Moritz

Boulder, CO

  • Season Asst. Stage Manager

Garth Moritz is happy to be returning for his second season with the Post Playhouse. An Arkansas native, he spent five years living and working in the Chicago theatre scene and now lives in Boulder, Colorado.

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Tom Ossowski

Tallahasse, FL via Beatrice, NE

  • Post Playhouse Producing Artistic Director

Tom Ossowski is an Associate Professor for the BFA Music Theatre Program at FSU and the Producing Artistic Director for the Post Playhouse at Fort Robinson State Park in Nebraska. At the Post Playhouse, Tom has directed Legally Blonde, Monty Python’s Spamalot, A Man of No Importance, All Shook Up, Guys and Dolls, 9 to 5, My Way, The Drowsy Chaperone, Grease, The Wizard of Oz, Nunsense!, Always…Patsy Cline, Hello, Dolly!, and Oklahoma!. FSU directing credits include Beauty & the Beast, All Shook Up, Legally Blonde, Cabaret, The Drowsy Chaperone, How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, On The Town, Hair, The Rocky Horror Show, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Music directing credits include Guys and Dolls, A Chorus Line, Ragtime, Spring Awakening, Jesus Christ Superstar, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, RENT, Into The Woods, and Urinetown. Tom directed and music directed Into The Woods and The Family for The Central Academy of Drama in Beijing. He is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.

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Ann Stephens

Crawford, NE

  • Box Office Manager

Crawford native, Ann Stephens, is happy to be returning to the Post Playhouse for the 2019 season. At the Playhouse, she can often be found cleaning, popping corn, watering plants, or making reservations. Ann enjoys the opportunity to visit with returning customers as well as greeting those new to the Playhouse experience. In addition to her work here, Ann enjoys baking and spending time with grandkids and the rest of her family. Her husband, Dale, is an avid golfer and can be found nearly every day of the spring, summer and autumn on the Legend Buttes Golf course in Crawford.

Board

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Wally Seiler

Alliance, NE

  • President of the Board

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Karleen Gramberg

Chadron, NE

  • Vice President of the Board

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Jo Buchheit

Hemingford, NE

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Jess Espinoza

Crawford, Nebraska

Crawford Clipper/Harrison Sun LLC

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Tim Gaswick

Chadron, NE

H & R Block

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Tony Hindman

Hay Springs, NE

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Kathie King

Gordon, NE

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Danielle Lecher

Chadron, Nebraska

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Jeanine Mohr

Chadron, Nebraska

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Randy Rhine

Chadron, NE

Chadron State College

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Marge Rotherham

Crawford, NE

Post Playhouse Alum

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Janelle Visser

Hemingford, NE