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BARBI CAPPEL is returning to the stage after a “very long” hiatus, having previously performed, primarily as a dancer, and in the chorus of ACLOA’s productions of Damn Yankees, Applause, Camelot, and Oklahoma!. She is a member of Joyful Noise, a women’s octet that has performed in ABQ for 20 years, and sang for several seasons with Quintessence. She credits her (really) long-time choir director, Pat Robinson, and her favorite dance instructor and former boss, Lana Kroth, for instilling in her a total and complete love of musical theater. Her husband, Dave, has joined her for this adventure, and they are having a blast!!
BEAU BRENNON is thrilled to be back with Landmark Musicals. He has performed in NM for the last ten years. His favorite roles include Jonni Netanyahu, Africa; Dwight, Heathers the Musical, and Toy, the Ugly Sweater Revue.
BELLA ADAMS loves food, family, the color pink and singing. She is excited to share the stage with her mommy. She is very thankful for her daddy who plays with her and lets her be on the stage with her mommy.
BEN SOWERS is excited to be in his first show. He plays basketball and soccer and takes piano and tap classes. He is lovingly nicknamed the “math magician” at home because he’s so good with numbers. When his older brothers forget a math fact they ask Ben.
BENJAMIN WAGNER has enjoyed roles in productions with Play Conservatory, Cardboard Children’s Playhouse and Landmark Musicals. His most recent role was as Archie in Captain Lovie. Ir. with Cardboard Children’s Playhouse. When not on stage, Ben is quite busy with learning computer programming, writing a book series, and working on his Boy Scout requirements. Ben is happy to be in this production of Fiddler with his father, and looks forward to more stage work this summer.
BETH ELLIOT has been involved in community theater her whole life. Most recently she has performed in Steel Magnolias (ALT), Annie (Landmark), Into the Woods (MTS), Gypsy (Landmark), Addams Family and The Little Mermaid (MTS). She works as an end-of-life doula and owns her own business, Ease LLC. She is grateful for the most magnificent people in her life: the SOS, the WG, her mother and her daughter.
BETHANY PAULSEN discovered her passion for theater when first given a lead in Cheaper by the Dozen. Since then, she has acted in various shows including Catacombs, A Christmas Carol, Hello Dolly! and Carousel. She has also worked as the stage manager for The Diary of Anne Frank and the director for The Westing Game. Bethany works as a self-employed piano teacher and accompanist. This fall, she plans to study theater and education at college.
BETSY COE thanks Landmark for allowing her to join a remarkable cast and crew in presenting Ragtime, which reflects the struggle of people past and present to achieve the American Dream. As the great-granddaughter of immigrants, she dedicates every performance to the Dreamers!
BEVERLY ROGOFF arrived in Albuquerque as a bride in 1954. While attending a ladies’ meeting she raised her hand to ask a question and found herself on three committees – songs, skits, and schtick. In the 70s she performed in several musicals with the Albuquerque Civic Light Opera Assn. including Fiddler on the Roof, Carnival, The Sound of Music, and The Music Man. Several diva-torch singing classes by the New Mexico Jazz Workshop paved her way to sing in the women’s voices festival in 2008 and 2009. Being part of 70, Girls, 70 gave her joy and material for her standup comedy act, “Let’s Laugh.”
BEVERLY STOTESBURY has been in a variety of productions including The Curious Savage, A Shot in the Dark, Kiss Me, Kate, and Cactus Flower. She has been stage manager for annual community musicals and currently takes classes and workshops for work in films. Beverly also writes parody Lyrics, comedy sketches, and scenes
BILL WILLIAMS has performed and traveled throughout Europe and the United States. He was last seen as Tateh in Ragtime with Landmark Musicals. He has played a variety of roles including Che in Evita, Gus/Growltiger in Cats, Sparky in Forever Plaid and the Old Soldier/Judge Roan in Parade. He has appeared on Broadway in the Irish Rep’s Camelot with Jeremy Irons and Brigadoon with Melissa Erico and appeared off Broadway in Disappearing Act.
BONNIE BELL has worked on many shows at her school including Shrek, Lion King, Cinderella, Little Shop of Horrors, Aladdin, and Singing in the Rain. She has been doing dance for 13 years and theater for 4 years.
BRADLEY FULLER debuts with Landmark in this production. He previously was seen in Albuquerque Little Theater’s Legally Blonde the Musical, 2015 (Winthrop, Nikos), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, 2015 (ensemble), and Grease, 2014 (ensemble). Bradley is the ALT administrative assistant and marketing director. He thanks his family and friends for their continued support both on and off the stage. He is represented by Mitchell & Presley Talent Group.
BRENDA J. HOLLINGSWORTH-MARLEY is also known as the “Story Songbird Woman” or “Lady B” in cultural and artistic communities, She is an actress, vocalist, dancer, storyteller, puppeteer, percussionist, poet, speaker, model, writer and director of her own works. She has acted in such productions as Wintergreen for President, 70 Girls 70, Once on this Island, Walk Like a Queen, In the Spirit and Women of the Bible where she was cast as “Jezebel.” She teaches at the Dorn Community Charter School.
BRIAN CLIFTON is elated to be performing with such a talented group of actors. After spending some time in New York City, he is happy to be back home and doing what he loves. Favorite shows and roles include Aida, Grease (Roger), The Rocky Horror Show Live (Eddie and Dr. Scott), Seussical (Horton), Jekyll and Hyde, and Ragtime. Brian would like to thank Hal and Myra for their patience and flexibility.
BRUCE SQUIRE met his amazing wife, Christina, while stage-managing the Highland High School production of A Thousand Clowns in 1965. Entered community theater in 1997, reveling in the collaborative environment and friendships developed there. He has been a bagpiper with the Shrine Pipe Band since the 1970s. His most recent production was The Pajama Game for Musical Theatre Southwest. He recently retired from a 42-year CPA practice.
BRYAN DANIELS has performed as Edward Rutledge in Landmarks 1776 and as Mordred in MTS’s Camelot, the purser in Landmarks Anything Goes, Charlie Brown in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown for the Cardboard Playhouse. He most recently performed in Landmarks Carousel and MTS’s Sweeney Todd. He hopes to continue in theater for as long as he can and will look back fondly on such productions as Man of La Mancha along with all the friendships made.
BRYAN DURDEN has just returned from his latest adventure from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts-Los Angeles. The rigorous training there was harsh but wonderful. Bryan has been in a number of shows in the Albuquerque area. His last few roles include Moritz (Spring Awakening), Schlomo (Fame), Dennis Shepard, Matt Galloway, Doc O’Connor (The Laramie Project), Eugene (Biloxi Blues), and Ambrose in Landmarks Hello, Dolly! Bryan is excited to be working with such an extraordinarily talented cast.
BRYNLYN LOOMIS is equally excited and honored to be making her Landmark debut. She was most recently seen locally in Adobe’s My Favorite Year. She is the owner of Southwest Pole Dancing, a former pro U.S. Pole Dance Federation competitor and a Master Climb & Spin, Inc. Instructor. She is also a graduate of the NM School of Natural Therapeutics. Her performance is dedicated to the late Carmoline Grady. “Look, Mom and Dad, no pole!”
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