Jeff lists his hometown as Fairfield, IA, but he has been seen in several memorable roles on the MCT stage since his arrival here in 2006. His credits include "Almost, Maine", "The 39 Steps" and "Noises Off" among others. He currently spends his days substitute teaching at MHS, Miller and Lenihan schools and as "shop dog" at Black Tire Bike during the summer. One of his true passions is cycling!
Kevin lists Marshalltown as his home. He has appeared on the MCT stage in productions including "Arsenic and Old Lace", "The Unexpected Guest" and "Peter Pan" (where he manned the "Tinker Bell" light!) He is a member of the Marshalltown Area Society of Homebrewers (M.A.S.H.) and Marshalltown Kayakers. He is employed by Mid-Iowa Community Action.
Andrew is a Garwin resident who was most recently seen on the MCT stage as Jack in "Leading Ladies" where he left the audience laughing out loud. He also had a role in G.M.G.'s production of "Seussical" during his senior year of high school. He is a camera operator at McTV and also works at the Orpheum Theater Center. He is an aspiring filmmaker who dreams of appearing in the BBC's "Doctor Who".
Scott, originally from Brooklyn Park, MN, was seen as Sir Guy in MCT's " 'Twas the Night Before Christmas" last December and was the lighting designer and operator for Mr. Popper's Penguins this past February. He is a testing engineer at Fisher who enjoys biking and who considers himself a "regular" at the Fiddle and Whistle Pub!
Stacy, a local resident, is a familiar face to theater goers as he has appeared on stage in many productions. Credits include "Leading Ladies", "Oliver!", "The Laramie Project", "Peter Pan" and others. He also has extensive credits on the technical end of many MCT productions. He is a member of the MCT Board, Men's Chorus and is choir director of his church. He currently works at EMBARC.
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