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It Takes a Village
Cast, Crew, and Orchestra of H.M.S. Pinafore 2016 by Joe Cohn

Production Staff

Producer: Janell Lovelace; Assistants: Tanner Lovelace and Brittany Wagner
Artistic director and choreographer: Derrick Ivey
Music director: Alan Riley Jones
Set designer: Jenni Becker and Jen Leiner
Sing-through and audition accompanists: Betty Romani and Kaye Pluth
Rehearsal accompanists:  Lori Anderson, Betty Romani, Sam Hammond, and Kaye Pluth
Technical director: Lyle Bass
Master carpenter: Bobby Cameron; Assistant: Ben Morgan
Paint designer / Scenic Artist: Jen Leiner
Lighting designer: Andy Parks
Stage manager: Donna Cavallo; Assistant:
Choreography assistant / dance captain: Pam Guidry-Vollers
Costume designer: Bambi Riggsbee-Smith
Costumer: Lisa Hirsh
Costume assistants:
Hair & make-up designer: Pam Guidry-Vollers
Properties designer / manager: Meaghan Morgan
Properties assistants:
Painting coordinator:
Set construction and painting crew:
Warehouse and storage manager: Charles Guidry
Wardrobe mistress: Karen Guidry
Publicity: Sonja Foust
Social chair: Meaghan Morgan
Graphic designers: Evelyn McCauley and  Katherine Zeph
Photographer: Jordan Haywood
Videographers:  RTHS
Program designer: Katherine Zeph
Program back cover designer: 
Program editors: Norman Owen and David Smith
Ticket managers (Cast sales): Ada Brown and Michael Rowe
Ticket manager (Group sales): Cathy Lambe
Website manager: Janell Lovelace



Julia Jellicoe (an English Comidienne): Lee Galbreath
Ludwig (a Leading Comedian): Jim Burnette
Ernest Dummkopf (a Theatrical Manager): Dean Kivotidis
Lisa (a Soubrette): Elizabeth Hankla
Rudolph (Grand Duke of Pfennig Halbpfennig): Stuart Albert
Baroness von Krakenfeldt: Marian Anders
Dr. Tannhuser (a Notary): Michael Rowe
Princess of Monte Carlo: Mary Elisabeth Hirsh
Prince of Monte Carlo: Scott Sino
Herald: Richard Palmer
Gretchen: Kim Kingsley
Olga: Mary Guy
Bertha: Marcia Bridges
Elsa: Ruth Winecker

Stage Chorus

Soprano: Juliana Fisher, Kim Kingsley, Mary Guy, Pam Guidry-Vollers, Ruth Winecker
Alto: Ada Brown, HD Cross, Marcia Bridges, Sonja Foust
Tenor: Chris Newlon, Hank Hankla, Nick Staffa, Pat Roos, Sam Warshauer, Shiangtai Tuan
Bass: Bruce Stewart, David Smith, Houston Horn, James Vollers, Steve Dobbins

Royal Chorus

Soprano: Betty Romani, Lauren Hussey, Megan Colborn
Alto: Lisa Hirsh, Robin Trew, Mary Ann Freedman
Tenor: Hugh Mace
Bass: Bruce Conner, Derek Lane


Orchestra Manager:  Tanner Lovelace

Violin I : Frederic Ayala (Concertmaster), Lee Hong, Ray Ubinger
Violin II:  Margueritte Cox, Rebecca Lee
Viola:  Norton Dickman, Nicolle Tulve
Cello:  Julius Prescott, James Tyler-Walker
Double-Bass:  Tanner Lovelace
Clarinet:  Mérida Negrete, Shirley Violand-Jones
Oboe: Nancy Wilson
Bassoon: Charles Gragg
Flute: Jenni Scoggin (Flute/Piccolo), Joanna Sisk-Purvis
Trumpet:  Eric Daniel, Kathy Silbiger
Trombone:  Randy Guptill, Jeep Morrison
French Horn:  Richard Lehner, Sandy Svoboda
Percussion:  Bill Hayes