(Graphic Design, Buddha Cowboy Productions) Ty has helped numerous clients create their branding, marketing, publicity and promotional packages in Film, Theatre and the Corporate world.
(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
(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
(House Manager) By day, Pat is a fantastic hair stylist. And by night, she’s a devoted theater fan and Good People’s fairy Godmother.
(Dialect Coach) Jill has had the great fortune to work with top notch film directors (Sidney Lumet, Bruce Beresford, Gavin Hood,) and has enjoyed coaching many other great actors on set. Among them, Sir Ian Holm, Sharon Stone (many projects,) Cary Elwes, Rob Morrow and SAG President Ken Howard. She loves working with theatre, most
After a season on Saturday NightLive as a cast member as well as Laugh Trax and Assaulted Nuts sketch comedy shows, Gail voiced Martha Generic on Bobby’s World, receiving an Annie nomination. Cartoon series Tiny Toons, Animaniacs, The Snorks, Cat/Dog, The Tick, Bump in the Night, Ren & Stimpyfollowed. Gail performs regularly with The Spolin Players, a
(Sound Designer) LA-based multi-disciplinary artist in musical, theatrical, and visual arts. Past music commissions: scores for Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, A Christmas Carol, and Hamlet at Los Angeles Theatre Center, and Las Doradas Puertas del Infierno for Festival International de las Raza, Juarez and Teatro Comunidad, Oaxaca. Sound designs: Danza Floricanto USA’s Fandango Without
(Costume Designer) Barbara was a theatre major at Immaculate Heart College, where she honed her talents in set and custom design. Eventually joined her sister, Kathy Gillespie, as a partner in The Costume House. She has been creating magic on stage for over 25 years.
(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.
(Set + Props Designer) Kevin began his professional career by heading to NYC at the age of 18 to being intensive studies in theatrical and film performance at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Now, as a “reformed actor,” he found his niche in designing or fabricating scenery and prosper for many different corporate and