Chad Henwood is a recent graduate from Southern Utah University where he received his B.S. in Theatre Arts and Arts Administration. He has won numerous awards across Directing, Acting and Playwriting. As an actor he has performed with the Tony-Award winning Utah Shakespeare Festival, Southern Utah University, Snow College, Online Theatre Festival and LaForge Encore Theatre. In 2019, he served as Managing Director for SUU's Second Studio and held various other production roles throughout the 2019-2020 season. He also served as a Guest Services supervisor for the Utah Shakespeare Festival between 2018-2020.
For more information about Chad: https://www.chadhenwood.com/
Brianna Lyman has been performing for as long as she can remember. She graduated from The University of Utah with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre in 2018. She has performed with Hale Center Theatre, University of Utah Theatre Department, LaForge Encore Theatre, and The Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square. She has also had the opportunity to sing the National Anthem at many local and national events, including the closing ceremony at the National Veterans Wheelchair Games in 2016.
More information about Brianna: https://www.briannalyman.com
Emily Henwood has been involved in the performing arts her whole life and loves to create. She graduated from SUU in the Spring of 2019 with a Dance Education degree, a teaching license, and a minor in Theatre. Emily has been a part of many theatrical performances, including multiple dance and choir concerts throughout the years. Some of her favorite roles held include Little Becky-Two-Shoes in Urinetown, Heather McNamara in Heathers, and Wendla's Shadow Dancer in a production of Spring Awakening. Another of Emily's passions in the performing arts is Choreography. She has choreographed dozens pieces for Tooele High School, Snow College, Southern Utah University, & the Niel Simon Festival, and is always looking for more opportunities to choreograph.
More information about Emily: https://www.emilyhenwood.com
Collin Ray grew up in a household where 80’s musicals were on constant replay. He was probably the only 12 year old boy whose favorite musical was Chess! Collin spent his high school years designing and building scenery for Tooele High School Theatre Department. His senior year of high school he was Head Technical Director and his work was featured with the Utah Theatre Association the same year. Collin has been involved with productions with Pioneer Theatre Company, LaForge Encore Theatre Company, and the Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square. He is currently a 3rd year Apprentice Electrician and will soon be a Journeyman Electrician.