Designation: Marry Me A Little

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Robert Schroeder


(Sound Design) Bob has been involved somewhere in theater for the last 40 years. He has run lights (started on an old auto transformer board), sound (an Altec Lansing 6 channel tube job), carpentry, and rigging. He has worked at the La Mirada Theater for the Performing Arts for about that long, has been a

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Rebecca Schroeder


(Stage Manager / Assistant Stage Manager) Becca is a California State University, Long Beach grad, an elementary school teacher by day, theater technician by night, working with Good People from the start on Closer Than Ever (Hollywood Piano), The Fantasticks (Hollywood Fringe 2014), A Man of No Importance (Hollywood Fringe 2013), as well as Barrymore (Greenway

Oliver Lan Graphic Artist

Oliver Lan


(Graphic Design) Oliver is a graphic designer based in Los Angeles. He works across a range of disciplines from print to web to architectural spaces. His projects include work for UCLA, United Way and Whole Foods Market. Oliver’s has been recognized by AIGA, Type Directors Club, the One Show, and Communication Arts.

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David Laffey


David has appeared in productions throughout Southern California including Camelot, The Mikado (NankiEPoo), The Secret Garden (Neville Craven) and Crazy for You (Moose). In the summer of 2013, he was fortunate enough to be part of a concert run of West Side Story with the BEAUTIFUL San Francisco Symphony. The cast album won the International

Jesse Withers

Jessie Withers


Jessie Withers originally hails from Canada where she studied theater and opera. Jessie is a recent alumnus of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Credits include Young Little Edie, Grey Gardens (Broadway World Nomination Best Featured Actress Musical) opposite Broadway veteran Sara Gettelfinger, SoCal premier Jerry Springer: the Opera as Shawntel/Eve (Broadway World Nomination Best

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Kathy Gillespie


(Costume Designer) Educated at Mount St. Mary’s College in Los Angeles with a B.S. in Nursing. Kathy took on a second career in costuming in 1984, and started The Costume House, a theatrical costume design/rental company in 1990. Fifty musicals/plays later, including 17 built for shows directed by GPTC’s own artistic director, Janet Miller.

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Michael P. Wallot


Michael is the former Artistic Director of Broadway Bound Orange County, the Star Theatre Company in Oceanside, The Camino Real Playhouse in San Juan Capistrano, and Carbondale Repertoire Theatre in Pennsylvania. He has directed and cast well over 100 productions nationwide from NYC to SoCal. As a performer he appeared in 7 Broadway/National Tours including The

Corey Hirsch, Musical Director

Corey Hirsch


(Music Director) Corey is an LA Drama Critics Circle award winner and LA Weekly Award nominee for GPTCo’s A Man of No Importance. A sought-after musical director and pianist in Southern California, this is Corey’s 16th musical production collaboration with Janet Miller. A graduate of The Juilliard School (BM Composition) and the University of Southern California (Adv. Cert.

Katherine Barrett Stage Manager

Katherine Barrett


Kate has stage managed on 3 continents and performed all manner of stagecraft wizardry across the United States. Educated at Northwestern University and California State University, Fullerton, she currently resides in Southern California where she has served as stage manager for many local theater companies. Kate tours internationally as stage manager with Wiesenthal. She is the

Kimberly Fox Board President

Kimberly Fox


(Board President, Company Principal as Marketing Director) Kimberly started her marketing career in the arts, first working at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa before its opening season in 1986, and later serving as Director for a summer music festival in San Diego County. When the arts hit hard times economically in