Man of La Mancha - January 20 - February 06, 2023

Legacy University

 Who's Who 

  • Jacob Thorn head shot

    Jacob Thorn

    as Manservant (Sancho Panza)

    Jacob has been doing musical theater since the age of 10 when he had his first performance as Winthrop in the Music Man. Since then he has taken roles in several other plays and loves it when he has the opportunity to do it with his family. He is grateful for his loving wife and 4 children who allow him the time away to share his talents on the stage. 

  • Andrew Thorn head shot

    Andrew Thorn

    as Miguel De Cervantes (Don Quixote and Alonso Quijana)

    Andrew loves his random hair patterns and laments that fact that it doesn't look like JR's. Plays are a hobby that he enjoys more than most others. 29 years ago he played the Barber but only because Sebastian didn't audition. Life is Good!

  • Michael Monsen head shot

    Michael Monsen

    as Governor

    Michael lives in Nephi, UT with his wife of 22 years and his 6 daughters. His passion for acting began with his role as a flower in the Wizard of Oz when he was in elementary school. He has also played a strong man in Jack & the Beanstalk, Big Julie in Guys and Dolls, Stewpot in South Pacific and Rif in West Side story along with multiple roles in the Man of LaMancha, Bye Bye Birdie and other improv productions in Highschool. One of his biggest regrets is not continuing his time on the stage during college and he is grateful for the opportunity to play the role of Governor/Innkeeper in this production.

  • Brandon Peterson head shot

    Brandon Peterson

    as Duke

    I started my acting career in an LDS Stake musical production of The Promised Land that covers the first and second books of Nephi in the Book of Mormon. After that I was in several plays in Jr. High and High School the list includes Oklahoma!, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, The Sound of Music, and Seussical the Musical. I currently use my acting skills for audiobook narration and monthly Dungeons and Dragons games. I am a happy husband who has 18 kids and 4 chickens. Just kidding those numbers should be switched. 

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