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RACHEL BLOUNT is excited to be in another Landmark show! You might have seen her as a Hot Box Girl (Guys and Dolls at Landmark), Teresita (West Side Story at ALT), Serena/Greek Chorus (Legally Blonde at ALT), ensemble (Once Upon a Mattress at MTS), Fan Dancer/Wife/Eva (The King and I at ALT), or as the Ugly Duckling (Shrek the Musical at MTS). She would like to thank her voice teacher and amazing family for all their support. Enjoy the show!
RANDALL RAYMOND is thrilled to return from film to the stage with Landmark Musicals. He is a veteran character actor, and his favorite theatre credits include: Pirate King in Pirates of Penzance, Jacob Marley in Scrooge the Musical, Sinatra in My Way, and Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha. He trained at ABQ Actors’ Studio, Chubbuck Acting, and Napa School of Music and holds BS, MBA and doctorate degrees. Randall thanks friends, family, and Landmark for deeply enriching our community together and especially patrons for keeping art alive.
RANDY WAGNER has been seen in Landmark Musicals’ Oliver!, Anything Goes, 1776 and Carousel, and Play Conservatory’s House at Pooh Corners. When not on stage he is a full-time student at CM working towards a degree as a nurse midwife. He has special thanks for Sandra Neel at Bel Canto Studios, as well as Shep and Joanne Camp Sobel for their wonderful instruction. Deepest love and thanks to his muse and wonderful wife of 35 years, Kim. of this production. She is a recent graduate of the University of Northern Colorado with degrees in voice performance and German. Here’s an emphatic “Thank You!” to her friends and family who provide constant love and support.
RAY ORLEY made his first appearance with Landmark in Oliver!, but vou have seen him on the stages of several other area theaters during the decade that he has lived in Albuquerque. He loves musicals but doesn’t appear in them often and, fortunately for audiences, he’s not singing in this one. Ray is a founder of the Albuquerque Theatre Guild.
REBECCA TURICIANO is a graduate of Oklahoma City University’s School of Theatre and now spends her days as an occupational therapist specializing in adult rehabilitation. When not at work or running the Bosque, Becca plays mom to a very vocal chihuahua/ whippet mix named Seabass. She thanks Landmark Musicals and Darby Fegan for this opportunity with special kudos to her parents, co-workers and super-awesome husband, Aaron.
RICHIE RATTAN is honored to be part of this production. He previously appeared in Carrie the Musical. Ritchie has studied saxophone for five years and has been involved in the chorus for seven years. The other performers in Carousel have been very welcoming and he has been having a great time in the rehearsals.
RICK HUFF has played characters such as King Arthur (Camelot), Holmes (Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure) and Maurice/Abner/New Darrin (Bewitched), but periodically he’s gone to the Dark Side as Dindon (Le Cage aux Folles), the Baron (The Lady In Question) and the totally vile Willie Conklin in Ragtime. Says Rick: “Sadly Conklin’s mindset is still with us today. Here’s hoping you hate him as much as I do.”
RICK WILES has more than 50 years of experience as an actor and director, much of it professional. He has a Ph.D., in theater, is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, and a former member of the Actors Equity Association. Rick is well known to Albuquerque audiences for a wide variety of roles at most venues over the last twelve years.
RICK WILKERSON is excited to return to the stage with Landmark Musicals for this holiday classic. He made his debut in the 2016 performance of Peter Pan playing the pirate, Starkey. He wishes to thank his family and friends for their support and encouragement.
Rick plays General Waverly in White Christmas.
RILEY MARTIN is thrilled to make her second appearance with Landmark Musicals. She has been performing since she was five. She has worked with Play Conservatory, Cardboard Playhouse, and recently Adobe Theater. Riley loves God, her family, her friends, and her Nonny.
ROBERT LANDRY is a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and has had leading roles in Mystery Café and Foul Play Café productions. He has also performed at the Adobe Theatre (The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail) and Aux Dog (Wind in the Willows). He’s pleased to return to Landmark after performing in My Fair Lady and hopes for many more. Thanks and love to his wife, Annette, for making it possible to expand his horizons in performing for you.
ROBIN GIEBELHAUSEN is thrilled to be making her Albuquerque debut. Prior to her gea migration west, Robin appeared on stage in C.. cago and Peoria. Favorite roles include Rosemar, in How to Succeed, Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, and Cinderella in Cinderella. The last few years Robin sold her soul to graduate school and musical theater was not an option. But now, the great stage hiatus is over and she is teaching at UNM.
ROL BLAUWKAMP is having a great time during this new chapter of his life. Following a 30-year career with PNM, he retired and finds himself forced to play lots more golf, spending more time singing with the New MexiChords, performing with his quartet, Rio Bravo, and being coerced to perform on stage with his wife, Samantha. While Rol isn’t a theater veteran, Landmark’s 70, Girls, 70 wasn’t his debut. He performed with Sam in Vaudeville Memories at the Albuquerque Little Theater, directed by the late, wonderful Joe Paone. He says it’s “my pleasure to be on stage again with my wife, Samantha. I love you.”
RON BRONITSKY is thrilled to once again be a Jordanaire with Laurie as Patsy. He has been fortunate to perform in many musicals. Favorite roles include Ben Stone (Follies), The Main in the Chair (Drowsy Chaperone) and Daddy Warbucks (Annie). “Come on in and set right down” and enjoy the show!
RON GALLEGOS is ecstatic to be joining his first show with Landmark Musicals! You may have seen Ron perform in a few shows at MTS and ALT. Favorite role is Gomez Addams in Addams Family. He is a graduate of Point Park University with a BA in Musical Theatre and has performed regionally across the U.S. Ron sends all the love and thanks to ALL his family and friends for the continuous support and love.
Ron is playing Sheldrake and Jimmy in White Christmas.
ROSE MEIZLESH is really excited to be performing with Landmark again! She just started her first year of college at UNM and plans to minor in theatre. You may have seen her in UNM’s department of theatre and dance’s first show of the season, The Wolves. A special shoutout goes to Rose’s sister and favorite person, Zoe. Enjoy the show!
RUSS SYPE, a versatile singer and character actor, Russ is delighted to appear in Landmark’s Forum. Last seen at the Adobe as Uncle Morty in My Favorite Year, Russ has performed with Landmark in 70, Girls, 70; How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying; and The Music Man. He claims to have the best Gilbert and Sullivan collection in New Mexico and is a recognized expert on H.M.S. Pinafore in America. He thanks his charming wife, Melissa, for her encouragement and support.
RUSSELL TRAPNELL marks his spectacular return to musical theater after a 20-year hiatus. He maintains his prodigious history of ensemble participation and significantly upgrades his dance game for this production. Indeed, a shortage of men in musical theater has been a boon to his success. Orthodontist by day, amateur musical theater hopeful by night, you might find him riding a dirt bike, spelunking, flying an airplane, or navigating a raft down the grand canyon. Or.. you might not.
RYAN LAWSON is thrilled to be a part of this production. Recent roles include Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Tripp), Middle- town (Mechanic), and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Protean). He attends Saint Louis University and is studying Theatre and Communications. He would like to thank Louis for this opportunity, and his family and friends for their continuous support.
RYAN SHEPHERD spends his days saving the world, one tooth at a time, as owner of Uptown Dental Associates. His first career, as a Broadway actor, included national tours of Cats, Beauty and the Beast, and West Side Story, Recent credits include Bert in Mary Poppins, Harold Hill in The Music Man, Lord Farquaad in Shrek and Cosmo in Singin’ in the Rain. Ryan enjoys traveling the globe with his family. For Tamera with all his love.
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