Thursday, May 01, 2008

The Guadalupe Stage Quartet

The Roy Burney Endowed Scholarship Fund is a project of the Guadalupe Stage Quartet, and is awarded annually beginning in 2007, to a deserving and outstanding theatre arts student graduating from Ingram Tom Moore High School.

Donations to the fund should be made to "Roy Burney Scholarship Fund" and can be hand-delivered to any member of the Quartet, or may be mailed to Holly Riedel, Ingram Tom Moore High School Theatre Department, 510 College Street, Ingram, Texas 78025.

The Guadalupe Stage Quartet & Friends is an actor’s repertory company with a mission of doing fine drama in the Kerrville-Ingram Artsplex.

We were established in 2005 with the intent of doing performances in area theatres of plays not otherwise being produced – serious, small-cast, intimate and intense dramatic pieces. Since that time we have successfully produced three plays: Lend Me a Tenor at The Point Theatre, and The Octette Bridge Club and The Drawer Boy at Warrior Theatre. All proceeds from our productions benefit the Roy Burney Scholarship for a senior theatre student, and the Ingram Tom Moore Thespian Society by funding educational experiences outside the school setting, including support of area theatre productions.

We are currently in the process of obtaining 501c3 certification; the scholarship is currently being hosted and managed by the Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country.


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Our Mission and Operating Philosophy

The Guadalupe Stage Quartet seeks to bring fine drama to area theatres while helping support a deserving theatre student through the Roy Burney Endowed Scholarship Fund. The first three GSQ productions provided over $12,000 towards this project.

Roy Burney, a founding member of the Quartet, is always honored by our productions. These shows not only help fund the endowed scholarship in his name, but a portion of the proceeds helps fund educational opportunities for the Ingram Tom Moore Thespians, his beloved students.

We are proud to note that 100% of the admission, concessions, and donation proceeds from our shows goes towards these projects. We fund the overhead out of the producers' own pockets and through the generous devotion of time, effort, services and goods by our friends in the theatre and Kerrville-Ingram communities.

The Guadalupe Stage Quartet was founded in 2005 to present quality performances in association with area theatres. The founding members are Holly Riedel, Roy Burney, Marie Cearley and Tony Gallucci. Burney was a theatre and literature teacher at Ingram Tom Moore High School before his death of cancer in August 2006. Riedel and Cearley are theatre teachers at Ingram Tom Moore High School. Gallucci works in media and arts at the Hill Country Youth Ranch, and runs his own feature and documentary film production company.

Thus far the GSQ has produced three critically acclaimed shows – Lend Me a Tenor at The Point Theatre, and The Octette Bridge Club and The Drawer Boy at Warrior Theatre. We look forward to producing future shows at the Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts, Turner Blackbox Theatre, and other area theatres. The Guadalupe Stage Quartet plans to produce Death of a Salesman next spring, and Never the Sinner and Dragons over the course of next summer and fall. Future proposals include A Delicate Balance, The Glass Menagerie, The Producers, Noises Off, ‘Night Mother, and Death And The Maiden.
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Our First Scholarship Honoree
Irec Hargrove
(Sophomore, The University of Texas-San Antonio)
Irec graduated this spring from Ingram Tom Moore High School, where he was a member of the Ingram Tom Moore Thespians. He now attends The University of Texas-San Antonio to major in theatre. Irec was the first recipient of the Roy Burney Endowed Scholarship, presented at the ITM Awards Convocation by Holly Riedel for the Guadalupe Stage Quartet. HIS SHOWS: The Taming of the Shrew, Ingram Tom Moore High School, as Petruchio; Oklahoma, The Point Theatre, as Jud; You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Ingram Tom Moore High School, as Charlie Brown; The Sunshine Boys, The Point Theatre, as Assistant Director; currently onstage with the ITM Thespians as Black N’ Red in Deadwood Dick.


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Our Second Scholarship Honoree
Taylor Danielson
(Freshman, Dallas Baptist University)

Taylor first appeared with the Ingram Theatre Department as Gavroche in Les Miserables when he was 12. He had a significant career in local community theatre shows at The Point Theatre and the Cailloux City Center for the Performing Arts in Kerrville. Our opinion is that his star moment was as Buddy in The Diviners at The Point. Once he hit the high school stage he was cast in a range of starring roles including Linus in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and Wild Bill Hickok in Deadwood Dick. He ended his ITM career as Feste in ITM’s Regional FInalist One-Act Play Twelfth Night, a role as narrator that helped set the scene for the entire show. He graduates a year early from Ingram Tom Moore High School in order to attack his future dreams. He will start at Dallas Baptist University this fall.

Holly Riedel, Taylor Danielson, Marie Cearley
ITM Scholarship Awards Program, 15 May 2008

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Our Honoree
Roy Burney
(former Theatre Teacher, Ingram Tom Moore High School)
"Roy Burney was a Renaissance man of sorts. Candlemaker, photographer, artist, actor, director, set designer, teacher, mentor - all of these had a place in his life. Of all his artistic pursuits, however, he loved the theatre best. He never ceased to marvel at how the experience of theatre could transform students and adults. Many students have told him over the years how their time on the stage or behind the scenes empowered them to deal with their life problems, motivated them to stay in school and excel, gave them a purpose and a sense of belonging they had never felt before, and provided them with confidence and self esteem. These were Roy's own motivation. Roy's passion for life, like his sense of humor, was infectious. He knew how to dream, and sometimes, (as with Les Miserables), he made the dream come true. Theatre for Roy was not about the acclaim, because he was really very shy, nor was it about the applause, although he dearly loved to see an audience surge to its feet, but rather Roy sought to portray truth in every performance and to demand playing for truth from his actors. He stressed the truth, the demand, the discipline of the theatre with humor and faith in everyone's ability. Roy's life outside the theatre was rather modest. A loving husband, faithful friend, and a dedicated father to five children, he mostly enjoyed quiet times on the deck with family, friends, and dogs. He adored watching sports, especially when his sons were involved, but he faithfully cheered on the Ingram Warriors in whatever sport was currently up and running. He taught nearly every child at Long Lake in Waupaca, Wisconsin, to ski, refusing to let any of them give up. Roy's passion for living has not diminished because he is gone, but it still lives on in those of us who knew him and loved him. Roy would be amazed to know that friends, family and the theatre community had already raised $12,000 as the foundation for the endowed scholarship in his honor. The 2007 recipient was Irec Hargrove. Thank you to all those who have contributed. " ~ Holly Riedel, Roy’s wife and our producer

SOME CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Roy received two Pointy Awards for Best Actor and one Pointy for Best Supporting Actor. On opening night of GSQ's Lend Me A Tenor the Hill Country Arts Foundation presented its Lifetime Achievement Award posthumously to Roy Burney for his contributions to The Point Theatre and the education of future Thespians. His wife, Holly Riedel, accepted the honor in his behalf. HIS SHOWS: Kennedy's Children, out-of-state production; Androcles and the Lion, out-of-state production; Of Mice and Men, out-of-state production; The Blob, The Point Theatre; The Lion in Winter, The Point Theatre, as Henry; A Thousand Clowns, The Point Theatre, as Murray; Romeo and Juliet, The Point Theatre, as Friar Lawrence; Our Town, The Point Theatre, as Director; Morning’s At Seven, The Point Theatre, as Thor; South Pacific, The Point Theatre, as Director; The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, The Point Theatre, as Reverend Hopkins; Macbeth, The Point Theatre, as Macduff; The Hobbit, The Point Theatre, as Director; Lend Me A Tenor, The Point Theatre, as Henry Saunders; The Crucible, The Point Theatre, as Director; As You Like It, The Point Theatre, as Duke Senior/Frederick the Usurper; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Point Theatre, as George; Taming Of The Shrew, The Point Theatre, as Petruchio; The Good Doctor, Tivy High School, as Director; Oklahoma, Tivy High School Choir, Lights and Set Design; What She Don’t Know, premiere at Wildflower Theatre, Johnson City, as Director; Brothers, Dogs, and God, David Hickey Film; Knocked Up, David Hickey Film; Antigone, Ingram Tom Moore High School: UIL One Act Play, as Director; Persephone, Ingram Tom Moore High School: UIL One Act Play, as Director; Macbeth, Ingram Tom Moore High School: UIL One Act Play, as Director; Playing for Time, Ingram Tom Moore High School: UIL One Act Play, as Director; The Crucible, Ingram Tom Moore High School: UIL One Act Play, Set Designer; Deadwood Dick, Ingram Tom Moore High School, Set Designer; Grease, Ingram Tom Moore High School, as Vince Fontaine; Fables, Ingram Tom Moore High School, as Assistant Director; Les Miserables, Ingram Tom Moore High School, as Director; Our Town, Ingram Tom Moore High School, Set Design

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The Guadalupe Stage Quartet Principals

Holly Riedel
(English & Theatre Teacher, Theatre Director, Thespian Troupe Sponsor, Ingram Tom Moore High School; Producer, Guadalupe Stage Quartet)
In so many ways, Holly is the founder of the Quartet. She has been the enthusiastic prodder of us all, the producer in all its literal meanings, and that person who, in her moment of grief, pulled us through to get something actually done. Yes, we’re a Quartet, but Holly is our mother hen. Holly began acting at the age of 13 in Arsenic & Old Lace as Elaine, and her first musical was as Ado Annie in Oklahoma. She began directing by accident at age 21. Holly has won Pointy Awards as Best Supporting Actress for The Lion In Winter and for Best Actress in Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf. Her production of The Octette Bridge Club won the Sarah Award in Kansas. Her proudest theatrical moments came catching the cup twice in The Sound of Music, the closing moments of Jeff Scott’s production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at The Point Theatre, and watching her students in The Crucible, Les Miserables, Playing for Time, and The Taming of the Shrew. HER SHOWS: Death of a Salesman, Guadalupe Stage Quartet at Warrior Theatre, as Director; Lend Me A Tenor, The Point Theatre, as Diana; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Point Theatre, as Martha; The Crucible, The Point Theatre, as Elizabeth Proctor; The Crucible, Ingram Tom Moore High School, as the Director; Oklahoma, Tivy High School Choir Production, as the Director; Les Miserables, Ingram Tom Moore High School at The Point Theatre, as the Producer, directed by Roy Burney and Marie Cearley. The Lion in Winter, The Point Theatre, as Alais; The Taming of the Shrew, ITM’s UIL One-Act Play, as Director; Lend Me A Tenor, The Point Theatre, as Diana; Playing for Time, ITM’s One-Act Play, as Director; Twelfth Night, ITM One-Act Play, as Director; Deadwood Dick, ITM Thespians, as Director

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Marie Cearley
(English and Theatre Teacher, Thespian Troupe Sponsor, Ingram Tom Moore High School)
Marie’s next project is Death of a Salesman, in which she appears onstage. Marie’s favorite moment from our recent show Lend Me a Tenor was “Being referred to as the Chrysler Building, and being costumed like it! My dream come true – getting back on stage!” Marie’s awards include: Outstanding Actress, Southwest Texas State University; Outstanding Drama Student in high school; Best Supporting Actress at Southwest Texas. HER SHOWS: Death of a Salesman, Guadalupe Stage Quartet at Warrior Theatre, as Linda Loman; Circling the Drain, The Point Theatre, as Edna Grace; The Octette Bridge Club, Warrior Theatre/Guadalupe Stage Quartet, as Martha; Lend Me a Tenor, The Point Theatre/Guadalupe Stage Quartet, as Julia; Tartuffe, Southwest Texas State University, as Madame Parnell; The Governors, Southwest Texas State University, first show in new theatre, as The Governor’s Mistress; A Christmas Carol, The Point Theatre, as Mrs. Dilber and Mrs. Fezziwig; Grease, Ingram Tom Moore High School, as Director; The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, The Point Theatre, as Mrs. Armstrong; Vanities, Ingram Tom Moore High School, as Director; You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, ITM Thespians, Warrior Theatre, as Director; Grease, ITM Theatre Department, as Director; ITM UIL One-Act Play Co-Director, 2003-2008; The Diary of Anne Frank, Hobbs (NM) High School, as Director; Picnic, Hobbs (NM) High School, as Director; You Can’t Take It With You, Hobbs (NM) High School, as Director.
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Tony Gallucci
(Media and Arts, Hill Country Youth Ranch; Filmmaker, Milk River Film)
Tony plays at whatever he feels like, be it music, theatre, film, or coaching. He foresees someday doing a play in every theatre in town. He spends every spare moment on scripts and making films, which you can check out at YouTube.com/milkriverfilm. He won a Pointy Award for his Herr Schulz in Sarah Tacey’s Cabaret at The Point, and a Spotlight Theatre Arts Group Gold Medal/Best Actor for his Angus in The Drawer Boy, and was noted for that role in the Best of Theatre 2005 in the San Antonio Express News. He has a recent Emmy nomination as well. He counts his years playing music with buddy Lyle Lovett, and coaching the Tivy Antler soccer team as among his better stretches. HIS SHOWS: The Octette Bridge Club, Guadalupe Stage Quartet, Warrior Theatre, as Director; Lend Me a Tenor, Guadalupe Stage Quartet, The Point Theatre, as Director; The Drawer Boy, Guadalupe Stage Quartet, Warrior Theatre, as Director; Death of a Salesman, Guadalupe Stage Quartet at Warrior Theatre, as Uncle Ben; A Streetcar Named Desire, The Point Theatre, as Steve Hubbell; The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, Playhouse2000, Cailloux Theatre, as Sgt. Kelly; Our Town, ITM Thespians, Warrior Theatre, as The Stage Manager; The Drawer Boy, Spotlight Theatre Arts Group, as Angus; Cabaret, The Point Theatre, as Herr Rudolf Schultz; The Diviners, The Point Theatre, as Basil Bennett; The Boys Next Door, Schreiner University, as Kipper Klemper; A Christmas Carol, The Point Theatre, as Jacob Marley; Lend Me a Tenor, The Point Theatre, as Tito Merelli; Annabelle Leyton, Schreiner University, as Jim Leyton; Our Town, The Point Theatre, as The Stage Manager; The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, The Point Theatre, as Director; Deadwood Dick, ITM Thespians, Warrior Theatre, as Assistant Director; Diogenes/Dionysus, The Extra Mile, Ode to a River, and Forgiven, Milk River Film, as Writer/Director/Filmmaker.

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Permanent Honor Roll
Friends of the Roy Burney Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund

Jane Pavlat, George & Teri Stieren, Wright & Johanna Roussel, Wes & Marcy Dorman, Raydell & Tom Givens, Constance & Neill Masterson, Heidi Riedel & Jim Van Valkenburg, Harley & Posey Riedel, Carol & E.C. Smith, Symantha Stevens, Marie & Jon Cearley, Holly Riedel, Julia Brady, Troy Fannin, Jane Harris, Greg Lasley & Cheryl Johnson, Nancy & Darrell Reagan, Carl & Cathy Behrens, Donna Barfield, Genelle Parra, Dan & Liz Groat, Evans Johnson, Graydon & Judy Vaught, Jacquie Bovee, Charles & Carol Tulpey, Philip & Lisa Miller, Dorothy Heath, Tony Gallucci
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The Guadalupe Stage Quartet

Roy Burney (founder & in honor of), Marie Cearley (Lend Me A Tenor, cast, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, cast, 2007; The Drawer Boy, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, cast, 2008), Tony Gallucci (Lend Me A Tenor, director, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, director, 2007; The Drawer Boy, director, 2007; Death of a Salesman, cast 2008), Holly Riedel (Lend Me A Tenor, cast/producer, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, cast/producer/assistant director, 2007; The Drawer Boy, producer, 2007; Death of a Salesman, cast/producer/director, 2008)
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Friends of The Guadalupe Stage Quartet

Mari Aleman (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Zach Anderson (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Shana Baldwin (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Donna Barfield (The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Madelyn Beaudoin (Lend Me A Tenor, cast, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, cast, 2008), Aaron Belec (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Annalisa Belec (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Joshua Berg (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Tara Blackwell (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Lindsey Blankenship (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Kanah Bradshaw (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Julia Brady (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Charles Bryant (Lend Me A Tenor, cast, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, cast/assistant director/crew, 2007; The Drawer Boy, cast, 2007; Death of a Salesman, cast/crew, 2008), Hilary Bunker (Lend Me A Tenor, cast/crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Tasha Burch (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008); Robert Calhoun (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008); Antonio Castro (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Kirsten Cavazos (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Jon Cearley (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, cast/crew, 2008), Leah Clayton (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Juan Corpus (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Ainsley Daniel (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Faith Danielson (Death of a Salesman, cast, 2008); Taylor Danielson(Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Benton del Toro (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Ari Denevan (Lend Me A Tenor, assistant director, 2006), Dion Denevan (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Marcy Dorman (The Drawer Boy, crew, 2007), Wes Dorman (The Drawer Boy, crew, 2007), Kaleb Dworsky (The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Luis Esparza (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Boyd Etheredge (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Jerilyn Etheredge (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008); Wesley Evatt (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Allison Ferguson (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Dawn Fisher (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Katrina Flanery (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008); Kevin Fowler (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Pam Frierson (The Octette Bridge Club, cast, 2007), Sloan Frierson The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Jason Gardner (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008); Anthony Goodman (The Drawer Boy, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, cast, 2008), Irec Hargrove (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007; The Drawer Boy, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, cast/crew, 2008), Cadi Hawkins (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Chaille Hawkins (The Octette Bridge Club, cast, 2007), Freddie Hawkins (The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Derek Holbrook (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Emily Houghton (The Octette Bridge Club, cast, 2007), Aaron Hutto (Lend Me A Tenor, cast/crew, 2006), Ingram Tom Moore High School Theatre & Tech Theatre Classes (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Ingram Tom Moore High School Thespian Troupe (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007; The Drawer Boy, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Genie Iness (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Drawer Boy, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, 2008, crew), Kyle Kimmey (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Wade King (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), David Lackey (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Louise Leahy (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, cast, 2007), Aaron Lewis (The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Mathis Lidiak (The Drawer Boy, cast/crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Justin Martinez (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Chris McCrae (The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Jesse McGilvray (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Todd Mein (Death of a Salesman, cast, 2008); Ray Mendoza (Lend Me A Tenor, cast,crew, 2006), Jerry Mertz, (The Drawer Boy, cast, 2007; Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Lindsey Morris (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, cast, 2008), Zack Morris (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008); Travis Newman (Death of a Salesman, cast/crew, 2008); Kylie Nidever (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Josh O’Brien (The Drawer Boy, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Jennifer Ozuna (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Dionicio Perez (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Katherine Phelps (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Carol Priour (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Gary Priour (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Anne Reynolds (Death of a Salesman, cast/crew, 2008); Faustino Rodriguez (The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), John Ruth (Lend Me A Tenor, cast, 2006; The Drawer Boy, cast, 2007; Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Dan Schmidt (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007; The Drawer Boy, crew, 2007; Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Ruthie Schmuck (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, cast/crew, 2007), Jeff Scott (Death of a Salesman, cast, 2008); Justin Shotts (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006; Death of a Salesman, cast/crew, 2008); Benda Shuler (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008), Donna Shuler (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008); Jordan Spradling (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008); George Stieren (Death of a Salesman, cast/crew, 2008); Vanessa Stotts (Death of a Salesman, crew, 2008); Sarah Tacey (Lend Me A Tenor, cast, 2006; The Octette Bridge Club, cast, 2007; Death of a Salesman, cast/crew, 2008), Stephanie Thorne (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Graydon Vaught (Lend Me A Tenor, cast/crew, 2006), Blake Vickers (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Jennifer Vickers (The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Caleb Weaver (The Octette Bridge Club, crew, 2007), Marc West (Death of a Salesman, cast, 2008); Garrett Whitten (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Allyson Widener (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006), Jeff Widener (Lend Me A Tenor, crew, 2006)

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2006-2007 Ingram Tom Moore Thespian Troupe
President – Cadi Hawkins, Vice-President – Lindsey Morris, Secretary – Hilary Bunker, Treasurer – Garrett Whitten, Historian – Erica Goodman, Members – Kanah Bradshaw, Chelsea Wirth, Mari Aleman, Madelyn Beaudoin, Kirsten Cavazos, Kaleb Dworsky, Irec Hargrove, Ray Mendoza, Juan Corpus, Taylor Danielson, Kaleb Hargrove, Chris McCrae, Kylie Nidever, Tino Rodriguez, Wade King; Sponsors – Holly Riedel & Marie Cearley
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2007-2008 Ingram Tom Moore Thespian Troupe
President – Shana Baldwin, Vice-President – Lindsey Morris, Treasurer – Madelyn Beaudoin, Historian – Kylie Nidever, Members – Kaleb Dworsky, Taylor Danielson, Kaleb Hargrove, Tino Rodriguez; Pledges: Tara Frels, Tanya Gardner, Logan Stehling; Sponsors – Holly Riedel & Marie Cearley
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