Godspell - July 12 - July 15, 2018

Brick by Brick Arts

    Who's Who    

The Cast  
Blane Freeman  
John the Baptist/Judas  
Aaron Coleman  
The Players  
Brice Armstrong
Alex Belli
Alex Binion
Ashlyn Bondurant
Duke Cleghorn
Cadley Jackson
Clark Maxwell
Chelsea Orr
Emily Perry
Catherine Renda
Brad Steele
The Band  
Jennifer Hartsell  
Nathan Merritt  
Matt Suddarth  
Gage Thomas  

The Production Team


Jeff Walker, Director

Jeff is the founder and President of Brick by Brick Arts and is directing his eighth musical with the company. His favorite directing credits include A Funny Thing...Forum, Once Upon a Mattress, and Urinetown. Also active as an actor and writer, Jeff is the author of the forthcoming book College Night: A Centennial Celebration. Jeff holds a PhD in Communication and teaches at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Jeff is incredibly grateful to the cast, production team, and band for bringing their talent and dedication to this production. He thanks his friends and family for their support. Jeff dedicates this production to his late grandmother, Faye Walker, who supported Brick by Brick Arts since its start in 2010. Matthew 7:7 - "Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you."


Jenna Bellamy, Choreographer

Jenna was recently seen on stage in Chicago at the Virginia Samford Theatre. Past favorites with Brick by Brick include Queen Aggravain in Once Upon a Mattress, Lucy in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and Protean in A Funny Thing...Forum. She would like to thank her parents, Tricia and Jerry, for their love and support, and this wonderful company for sharing all of their good gifts!


Dakota Patrick, Stage Manager

Dakota is thrilled to be a part of his first production with Brick by Brick Arts! Past theatre credits include Hair the MusicalGodspell (2012 Revival), and Heathers the Musical. Dakota is currently attending the University of Montevallo in pursuit of his BFA in Musical Theatre. Dakota would like to thank the cast and crew for this experience and the audience for supporting the local arts.

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