Director Brie Michaels has put together a most talented cast from all over Northern Colorado for Moon Theatre Company’s April show about the writing of Gone With The Wind.  Some of the cast have been involved in previous productions and some  brand new to Moon Theatre.

Justin Regan, who is new to Moon Theater will be playing Ben Hecht, the fixer that David O Selznick calls in to improve on his screen play of Gone With The Wind. Justin has worked all over the Colorado area and Moon is so pleased to have him in this production.

Jennifer Marcy Scheidies will portray the long suffering secretary to David O Selznick.  Jennifer has been seen all over Northern Colorado in a variety of amazing roles and we are so excited to see her bring Miss Poppenghul to life.

Byron Thompson, also new to Moon Theatre will be the intense and dedicated Victor Flemming the Director of Gone With The Wind.  Byron will be very familiar to audiences all over Northern Colorado as well and we are thrilled to be able to work with him.


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In the role of David O Selznick will be Daryl Branson.  Daryl has lent his talents to Moon Theatre many times before and to many other theater companies in the area. His most recent appearance was as the drunk Priest in Tony and Tina’s Wedding. Daryl is always a treat to watch for Northern Colorado theater goers.

Scott Rochat and Mark Lewis have also come on board for this production.  Scott as Assistant Director to Brie and Mark as the Stage Manager.  Theresa Collins will lend her many talents as the  Set Designer, and Glenn Miller who will design the sound.

Please check back as we highlight all of these amazing people who will give this production life as we move toward out April 17th Opening at the Rialto Theater in Loveland!


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