CREATIVE AND TECHNICAL TEAM
Director - Alicia Washington
Technical Director - Austin Hull
Music Director - Karin Gittins
Live Music Director/DJ - DJ Battleship
Stage Manager - Bradley Hatch
Mural Illustration - Leon Araujo with Jaime Contreras
Lighting Designer - Stephen
Light Board Operator - James Schaffer
Sound Board Operator - Quinn Koons
Concept - Camille Washington
American - Janelle Monáe
Queen Of The Night - Whitney Houston
Are You Gonna Go My Way - Lenny Kravitz
Los Agless - St. Vincent
Don't Wanna Fight - Alabama Shakes
Daddy Lessons - Beyoncé
Crazy - Gnarls Barkley
Worship - Lizzo
Magic Dance - David Bowie
Bury A Friend - Billie Eilish
Will The Circle Be Unbroken -Traditional
Wonderful Everyday - Ziggy Marley (as performed by Chance The Rapper)
Dustin (he/him) was last seen in GCT’s production of Passion. Favorite roles include Horton the Elephant in Seussical (HCT), Henry Allerdyce in Betty Blue Eyes (HCTO), and Amos Hart in Chicago (MMST). He graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Musical Theatre. Dustin owns his own photography business and loves his 4 cats. Instagram: @dustin.bolt @dustinboltphoto
Franki is so excited to be working with Good Company Theatre for the first time. Her past roles include Miss Andrews in Mary Poppins and Elle Woods in Legally Blonde the Musical. She is Currently studying musical theatre at Weber State University, and is thrilled to be a part of this wonderful team of performers.
Pedro is very excited and grateful to be back at Good Company Theatre! Pedro is a senior at Weber State University majoring in the Acting and Directing program. You may remember him from previous Good Company shows including American Idiot and In the Heights in which he played Sonny. Pedro would love to thank his mother for all of the support she has provided him.
This will be Avery's fourth show at Good Company Theatre. Avery has been a performer for over 7 years and is looking forward to presenting an innovative show in the midst of the chaos that is our modern world. He is relieved and feels that in these uncertain times it's very comforting and exciting to be a part of theatre again.
HEIDI POTTER HUNT
Heidi is thrilled to be returning to GCT! Heidi was last seen here in “The Jungle” as Marija. Her credits include Mamma Mia (Donna), The Who’s Tommy (Mrs. Walker), The Fully Monty (Vicki), La Cage Aux Folles (Jacqueline), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Christine Colgate) Shrek The Musical (Fiona) and The Light in the Piazza (Franca) at The Ziegfeld Theatre. Heidi has also performed at Tuachan, Tulsa Project Theater, and Scera Shell. Heidi's Theater resume also includes Music Director, Choreographer and Producer. She would like to thank her supportive family and friends for their continual love and support of her passions.
Mack is an acclaimed vocalist and actor who has been performing across the Wasatch Front for many years at many venues. Not only has Mack performed for local theater companies she was also a featured soloist for jazz trombonist Delfayo Marsalis when he performed at the Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City last October.
Alicia (she/her) honored by the unyielding support from GCT patrons, performers and fans from when GCT first opened till now. Black Lives Matter. Register to vote, then vote. Visibility and Representation in all things is vital. Special thanks to Mom and Camille for, well, everything.
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Special thanks to all the donors who have contributed since the start of COVID-19. Every single dollar has helped during this outrageous and difficult time.
KARIN GITTINS, MUSIC DIRECTOR
Karin Gittins (Music Director) is humbled to be a part of the artistic team of Camille Washington’s Innovative, Intellectual & Iconic new musical, “Catharsis II”. Karin is a highly sought after music director, actress, orchestral/choral conductor, piano accompanist & vocal coach. She was Music Director with Good Co.Theatre’s “Bet Your Black Ass Broadway: Diva edition” and their musical workshop adaption of “The Jungle”.
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STEPHEN SIMPSON, LIGHTING DESIGN
Stephen was raised in the Bay Area of California. After graduating from high school in 2016, he moved to Utah to begin his higher education. He began pursuing a Dance Performance Degree at Weber State University after dancing for more than 15 years of his life. Always being fascinated with the backstage operations of performing arts productions, Stephen began to fine tune his skills in technical theater. Working hard and networking allowed him the opportunity to work for many theater companies, including the Val A. Browning Center for the Performing Arts, Peery’s Egyptian Theater, Utah Symphony, IATSE Local 99, Good Company Theater, and many independently contracted projects.
BRADLEY HATCH, STAGE MANAGER
Bradley Hatch is happy to be back to Good Company Theatre! You may have seen him in previous productions here at Good Company Theatre such as Kevin in IN THE HEIGHTS or as Finn in FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN at Salt Lake Acting Company. Other Credits include Mr. Applegate in DAMN YANKEES also with the Hopebox Theatre, Tommy Albright in BRIGADOON with the Draper Arts Council, and multiple production credits across the valley.
He / Him / His
Leon Araujo is a self taught artist and director. Born in Toluca, Mexico. When he was 13 years old, him and his family immigrated to Ogden, Utah. He draws inspirations from Latin and Hispanic culture and from abstract and contemporary modern art. He directs the weekly vlog Ogden Together as well as Ogden Cyphers. His artwork has made it to magazines covers and has been shared all across social media.
My name is Jaime Contreras. A son of Mexican immigrants, born and raised here in Ogden. I grew up in Mexico as well which is where I learned to love street art. Muralism is strong and greatly appreciated there and I started to feel like I could work on bigger and more impactful projects than normal art/graffiti. After graduating from Ben Lomond HS, I began working on graphic design work and attended Weber State University, where I obtained my Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. I have recently founded a Non-Profit Organization named "Los Dreamers Inc." where we aid DACA/Undocumented students with a scholarship called the "Dreamers Award". We fundraise through t-shirt/face mask/sticker sales on our social media and It's great to see the community of Ogden support each other through the award.