Onto the Stage - July 17 - July 18, 2020

Greenville Family Theater

 Crew Who's Who 

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    Amy Hale

    The director and producer for this show is Amy Hale, a voice teacher, photographer, and videographer from Commerce.  She is also the Creative Director for Greenville Family Theater. She studied with the International Academy of Music and the Institute for Photographic Studies. Over the past 20 years, she has participated in countless shows across the metroplex, doing everything from leading roles to directing (including directing GFT’s production of Meet Me in St. Louis) and producing. Her favorite pastime is spending time with her two children, Bobby (7) and Michael (5). She is passionate about continuing the vision of educational family theater started by GFT’s founder, Kathleen Smith, and is thrilled to see Onto the Stage! come to life!

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    Linda Ross

    Our costumer, Linda Ross, has assisted with the past three Greenville Family Theater (GFT) productions' costuming.  She has served as costumer for last year's Beauty and the Beast, and this year's Onto the Stage 2020! Linda has always had a love of theater and vocal music, playing roles in college productions and performing with a show choir. More recently, she was a member of a Sweet Adelines ensemble.  Linda enjoys watching her children perform creatively and her daughter, Ariel, is the current choreographer.

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    Ariel Ross

    Our choreographer for this show is Ariel Ross, a 19 year old senior at Missouri State University. She has participated in 7 years of marching and concert band playing trumpet, saxophone, oboe, and flute. Ariel has 16 years of dance experience. She has previously performed in a production of The Nutcracker as the Sugar Plum Fairy. She was also the Dance Captain for GFT’s productions of Singin’ in the Rain and The Wizard of Oz, as well as one of the dancers in Beauty and the Beast. “If you look for the light, you can often find it. But if you look for the dark, that is all you will ever see.” ~ Uncle Iroh, The Legend of Korra

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