ALL IS CALM

In 1914, at the Western front, out of the violence comes a silence, then a song. A German soldier steps into No Man’s Land singing “Stille Nacht.” Thus begins an extraordinary night of camaraderie, music, and peace. A remarkable true experience, told in the words and songs of the men who lived it. We are thrilled to make this special story an annual Inland Northwest Tradition.

By Peter Rothstein
Musical Arrangements by Erick Lichte and Timothy C. Takach

Abbey-Crawford-2-1Abbey Crawford (Director) is an award-winning vocalist, and Spokane’s only trained cabaret singer. Recently, she has directed Assassins, Boeing Boeing and is gloriously happy to be back for All is Calm, all for The Modern Theatre. Her onstage credits include Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd and The Witch in Into The Woods for Lake City Playhouse. Most recently, she was seen as Madelaine True in The Wild Party. As always, her favorite role is that of “Mama” to Mason, Amelia & Isaac.

Zack Baker - Modern - danscape (12 of 17)Zachariah Baker, Musical Director and Ensemble,  is a multi-instrumentalist, director, composer, and vocalist from Sandpoint, Idaho. While the majority of his time is spent on the piano, he enjoys performing as a guitarist as well!  Zack’s first musical direction experience at The Modern Theater (then Lake City Playhouse) was for the 2011 production of Urinetown – he has loved it ever since.

Tickets and Show information HERE!

Nick Bailey
Nick Bailey

Nick Bailey is excited to be back on stage after a 12-year hiatus, recently returning as Eddie in The Wild Party. A Spokane native and Whitworth alumni, Nick spent several years in Los Angeles after college. Most recently seen in Equus at Stage Left Theater, Nick has performed with Spokane Civic Theater, Spokane Opera, Coeur d Alene Summer Theatre, Whitworth University and the Spokane Symphony Chorale. Nick wishes to thank his family and friends for their continued support, but especially his late Mother, who was always his loudest fan.

Dan Bell
Dan Bell

Daniel J Bell (Ensemble) is thrilled to be back performing with such an amazing group of men. He has performed with the Modern Theater for the past 4 years and some of his favorite roles include Sweeney Todd and Javert in Les Miserables. Daniel would like to thank his best friend Paul and his wife Karen for all of their support over the years.

Glenn Bentley - Modern - danscape (11 of 15)Glenn Bentley (Ensemble) is honored to rejoin this production of All is Calm. He has previously been seen as Guiseppe Zangara in Assassins and as the deadbeat gambler Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls. He wants to thank the patrons, directors, administration, fellow actors, everyone behind-the-scenes and backstage – but especially his wife and four children for their continuing support.

Brendan Brady - Modern - danscape (16 of 17)Brendan Brady (Ensemble) is stoked to be working on such an amazing show with such a stellar cast. Recent roles include Claude {Hair), Angel (RENT), and Enjolras (Les Miserables); his favorite roles include Hanschen (Spring Awakening), Jack (Into the Woods), and Sky Masterson (Guys and Dolls). He is so thankful for George Green and the Modern Theater for the opportunities and their constant support.

Jace Fogelman - landscapeJace Fogleman (Ensemble) was trained at Louisiana’s Acadiana Symphony Conservatory and continued his music studies at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. He was previously seen in The Who’s Tommy (Lover), Company (Peter) and Hair (Walter) as well as Civic’s Les Miserables (Feuilly). He was most recently seen as Max in The Wild Party at The Modern-Spokane. Jace is also a recording artist, having recently released his debut album. He can also be seen performing with different big bands and jazz combos in the area.
www.jacefogleman.com
www.facebook.com/JaceFoglemanMusic

Tickets and Show information HERE!

Kelly Hauenstein
Kelly Hauenstein

Kelly Hauenstein (Ensemble) is a local actor by night and web developer by day. Past credits include Les Miserables (Thenardier), Rent (Ensemble), Frost/Nixon (David Frost), Drowsy Chaperone (Aldolpho), Crazy for You (Bela Zangler) and The Marriage of Bette and Boo (Skippy). A full-time father and husband, Kelly is thankful to his wife and son for the opportunity to return to the stage to tell the story of an amazing moment in human history.

All is Calm - Terrance MacMullan - headshots - danscape-26Terrance MacMullan (Ensemble) is deeply honored to rejoin this amazing cast as they commemorate this powerful event. Terrance toured with the Hamilton College Choir and currently teaches philosophy at EWU. He is grateful for his wife Rebecca, their children Liam and Sylvia and for their love and patience. He also thanks Abbey Crawford and George Green for giving him the opportunity to perform with the Modern Theater.

Henry McNulty
Henry McNulty

Henry McNulty (Ensemble) is a full-time actor, musician, and narrator. His most recent Modern Theater appearance was in last season’s Boeing Boeing. Other regional credits include Crazy for You, Les Miserables , Singin’ in the Rain, and My Fair Lady, among others. As music director, his credits include Spokane Civic Theatre’s recent Nunsense A-Men! and Catch Me If You Can. Henry is a professional audiobook narrator with a growing list of titles.
http://www.henryemcnulty.com/

Jim Swoboda
Jim Swoboda

Jim Swoboda (Ensemble) is grateful for the chance to be included in this touching tribute to the men who risked their lives for a moment of peace over 101 years ago. His latest endeavor was singing in La Boheme with Opera Couer d’Alene and the Spokane Symphony in November. Jim has performed the role of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables in Spokane and Phoenix. He wishes to thank his wife Debbie for her constant support and patience throughout the years. 

Scott WorleyScott Worley (Ensemble) is overjoyed to be back with this cast and show for the second year. He would like to thank Abby Crawford and George Green for this opportunity once again and to his Lord for getting him where he is today.

Austin Bolt (Stage Manager) is completely thankful to Abbey Crawford and George Green for having him be apart of one of the best pieces of theater ever made for the second year in a row. He would also want to thank the entire cast of All Is Calm for being the best group of actors he has ever worked with! He also wants to give a shout out to Glenn Bentley for having an awesome beard.

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