The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas - July 12 - July 29, 2018

The Studio Theatre Little Rock

 Who's Who 

  • John Willis

    Music Director

    John Willis is a singer/songwriter, pianist, composer, and teacher based in Little Rock, Arkansas. This will be his 5th production with The Studio Theatre, previously serving as musical director for Songs for a New World (2016) and Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2017). As a performer, Willis has been a featured songwriter in the UALR Songwriter's Showcase (2011) and on local PBS affiliate AETN's "On the Front Row" television series (2013). He was a finalist in the 2014 Arkansas Times Musician's Showcase and has released two EPs, "King of the Cocktail Party" in 2013 and "Bad Boyfriend" with his band Late Romantics in 2015. Willis is an Artist, Inc. Fellow with the Mid-America Arts Alliance and has taught on faculty at the Wildwood Academy of Music and the Arts teaching yoga for young musicians.

  • Molly Rosenthal


    Molly is thrilled to be back at the Studio Theatre!  She was last seen at the Studio in Rock of Ages.  She graduated from Elon University with a BFA in musical theatre.  Favorite past credits include: The Little Mermaid, at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre, It’s a Wonderful Life at Silver Dollar City, 42nd Street, and Nice Work if You can Get it at Tent Theatre.  She is excited to be behind the scenes on this production, and thankful for everyone who is involved on this journey! 

  • Britni Dumas

    Lighting Design

    Britni is proud to present her designing debut at The Studio Theatre. Britni received her BA in Theatre Arts from Henderson State University with a focus in Stage Management and Lighting Design for Dance. She has experience as a technician, designer, actor, and choreographer. Arkansas credits include: Glengarry Glen Ross (Precipice Theatre), Meet Me in St. Louis (Studio), The Rocky Horror Show (Weekend), The Crucible (SAU), Top Dog/Underdog (Weekend), Rent (CTLR), The Laramie Project (HSU), American Images (Ballet Arkansas), Dance Company in Concert (HSU), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Saline County Shakes), Noises Off (CTLR), and Grease (Royal Players). Thank you for supporting local live theatre!

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