“Bruce is a true actor's director. The kind of person that makes you feel completely safe and vulnerable at the same time. The kind of director that will have you do something five times in an audition just to really test your limits and then leaves your head spinning as you blow right past what you thought your limits were during the rehearsal process. Bruce took away my safe zone and got some amazing things out of me that I never knew were there. Not to mention he has the patience of Job."
-- Clay C.
"Bruce is such a fantastic director. He communicates direction very well, and his comforting personality makes it easy for him to pull the truth out. He taught me to trust myself and to take risks with my artistic decisions. Instead of making character choices for us, he encourages organic body language and emotions. He saw something in me I didn't see in myself. He allows us to take risks and to let the walls come down. My favorite Bruce line was "do not try to duplicate your performance." That helped me so much! Every audience is different, therefore every performance will be different."
-- Jinon D.
|Choreography||Kimberly Dawn Smith|
|Musical Direction||Paul Reekie|
|Stage Manager||Mikel Gambuto|
|Scene Design||Steve Graybill|
|Scene Painter||Cindi Taylor|
|Costume Design||Linda Shorrock|
|Lighting Design||Jayson Tomacheski|
Kenny Reiss &
|Skate Choreography||Jennifer Champiou|
|Dialect Coach||Kathryn Johnston|
Marcie Gorman &
Winner of the 2016 Carbonell Award for Best Ensemble
Photo credit George Wentzler
|Woman 1||Jinon Deeb|
|Woman 2||Leah Sessa|
|Woman 3||Shelley Keelor|
|Man 1||Michael Scott Ross (AEA)|
|Man 2||Clay Cartland|