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Paul Page Liat.................................................................................................................... Rachel Turner Sailor (Stewpot)..................................................................................................Rob Costigan* Sailor..................................................................................................................Cole Emerine Sailor..................................................................................................................... Mark Lively Sailor....................................................................................................................... Ian Meyer Sailor............................................................................................................. Alejandro Roldan Sailor.................................................................................................................Jacob Villareal Sailor............................................................................................................... Markus Warren Nurse....................................................................................................... Jennifer DeDominici* Nurse............................................................................................................... Karen Jeffreys* Nurse.......................................................................................................... Susannah McLeod Nurse............................................................................................................. Maggie Sczekan Nurse .................................................................................................................... Anne Terze Ngana................................................................................................................... Rylee Vogal Jerome...................................................................................................... Nate Patrick Siebert Orchestra Violin 1.......................................................................................................... Naomi Sue Smith Violin 2.................................................................................................................... Natalie Hill Violin 2............................................................................................................ Beth Greenberg Viola ............................................................................................................... Sara Richardson Cello....................................................................................................................Cedra Kuehn Bass................................................................................................................. Peter Huffaker Flute/Piccolo........................................................................................................Pam Endsley Oboe/English Horn.............................................................................................Miriam Kapner Clarinet 1.......................................................................................................April Johannesen Clarinet 2...................................................................................................... Deborah Marshall Bassoon..................................................................................................................Jim Harvey Horn 1.........................................................................................................Susan McCullough Horn 2........................................................................................................... Malcolm McLean Trumpet 1.........................................................................................................Terry Sawchuck Trumpet 2............................................................................................................Dawn Kramer Trombone............................................................................................................... Andy Wolfe Bass Trombone................................................................................................ Lindsey Gardner Percussion/Timpani.............................................................................................. Peter Cooper Harp................................................................................................................... Don Hillsburg * Member of Actor’s Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.


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Alejandro Roldan, Ensemble, was last seen at LTAC in Home for the Holidays as a featured singer. Alejandro is a classically trained vocalist who studied at Roosevelt University and the University of Northern Colorado. He is has been very active in the Colorado theatre community for three years and recent credits include Radames in Aida, Usnavi in In the Heights (Denver premier), Man #2 in Jacques Brel, and an ensemble member in the 2013 Best Musical Henry Award winning Hair. Jacob Villareal, Sailor, has been performing in Denver for two years after moving from Dallas. Denver productions include Forever Plaid, 9-5 The Musical, and Hair at Town Hall Arts Center; In the Heights at Vintage Theater; Oliver at Backstage Theater in Breckenridge. Upcoming shows include Marry You with Magic Moments and Music Man with Town Hall. Markus Warren, Sailor, was last seen as the Beast in the Breckenridge summer production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Favorite Arvada Center roles are Duke/Dr. Carasco in Man of La Mancha, Enjolras in Les Miserables, Manfred in Sunset Blvd, Fred Anderson in A Christmas Carol: The Musical, Stanford White in Ragtime, Elle’s Father in Legally Blonde. He has also been seen in The Phantom at Boulder’s Dinner Theater.

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Rhythmic Circus Productions is proud to have assembled one of the most talented and innovative live performance groups in the nation for their production of Feet Don’t Fail Me Now. Comprised of tap dancers, musicians and vocalists who each have awards, television appearances, performance productions and educational incentives to their individual credit, the Minneapolis-based ensemble has collaborated to create RCP’s premiere show. Ricci Milan (dancer), a proud Minnesotan, has been professionally entertaining audiences for over 15 years. His career has given him the opportunity to perform with Savion Glover, Jason Samuels Smith and Kirk Franklin. He was a featured soloist in ONE at the Alabama Theatre in Myrtle Beach, SC, and in Tap Happy for Two at Tokyo Disneyland. He has choreographed and performed for the NFL, NBA and NCAA in addition to industrial shows for Best Buy, Target, PBS and Compaq. Ricci was a co-creator and choreographer for the nationally and internationally acclaimed tap dance company Ten Foot Five, which he toured with extensively for 10 years. Nick Bowman (dancer) is one of the dance industry’s finest tap technicians and one of the most sought-after tap choreographers in the U.S. He is currently on faculty with the nation’s premiere touring dance convention West Coast Dance Explosion, for which he has been the master tap teacher for the past 7 seasons. In addition to teaching for WCDE, his energetic and inspirational style of teaching has allowed him to tour extensively guest teaching and choreographing all over the world. His work is featured in nationally distributed educational videos and he recently developed and produced one of his own entitled Cheers! Nick’s performance credits include Caution Men at Work: TAP, Legends of Tap, Disney’s La Feet and Buckets and Tap Shoes as a few of his favorites. He has appeared on many

TV shows such as the Rosie O’Donnell Show, the Ellen Degeneres Show, and Dr. Phil. Nick currently resides in Minneapolis, MN, where he is the lead tap teacher/choreographer for the national award-winning studio, Northern Force Dance Company, and directs the Sole City Youth Tap Ensemble, which he founded in 2005. Kaleena Miller (dancer) is a Minneapolis-based performer, choreographer and teacher best known for her work in the tap dance genre. She is a founding member of Rhythmic Circus, and currently tours nationally and internationally with their production Feet Don’t Fail Me Now! She is also a former touring member of Ten Foot Five’s Buckets and Tap Shoes. Kaleena has performed in works by Joe Chvala, Roxane Butterfly, Keane Sense of Rhythm, Zoe Sealy and April Sellers. She has shared the stage with the Brass Messengers, Dark Dark Dark/ the Modern Times Spychestra, VocalEssence, Robert Bell, and Lili’s Burlesque Revue, and has performed at the Helsinki Tap Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Recently, she was commissioned by the Walker Art Center to choreograph for their Momentum series. In 2011, she choreographed and starred in Untitled, a silent tap film as part of the Dance/ Film Project in Minneapolis. For the past four years, she has produced/hosted the live music and tap dancing project The Cutting Board at various venues in Minneapolis. As a solo artist, she is a 2007 SAGE Award recipient for People’s Choice and a 2011 nominee for Outstanding Performer. She graduated from the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities with a BFA in Dance, and has received tap training from Char Weiss, Karla Grotting, Heather Cornell and Roxane Butterfly. Galen Higgins (dancer) started dancing at The Dance Shoppe in Plymouth, Minnesota at the age of three. After receiving his early training and graduating from their program, Galen has continued dancing at the University of Minnesota, where he is currently busy


pursuing two degrees: a BS in Graphic Design, and a BA in Dance. He has appeared in many music videos dancing for artists including Valencia, Motion City Soundtrack and Mason Jennings. In June of 2009, he performed as a member in the Ensemble of the Ordway Theater’s production of Singin’ In The Rain. He has also performed dance works by choreographers Keri LaGrand, Ray Leeper and Desiree Robins and has toured extensively performing and teaching nation wide. His work as assistant choreographer can be seen in the nationally distributed Kelle Catalog. In his spare time, Galen enjoys photography, art and design, and playing drums for his band A Week Without Jon. Alex Rossi (guitar/vocals) is the lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter for Twin Cities’ famous funk, rock, and blues band Root City. An innovative player and a strong vocalist who continually strives to evolve, Alex lends a breath of fresh air to his blues roots and is constantly attracting members of his generation who seem to overlook the blues genre. As well as being the front man and founder of Root City since 1998, Alex was the original guitar player for the nationally acclaimed tap dance company, Ten Foot Five. He has recently released his first solo album Fast Hennepin and currently plays regularly at Glueks in downtown Minneapolis as well as weekly gigs all over the Twin Cities. Aaron “Heatbox” Heaton (vocal percussionist/ singer) is a one-man beatboxing sensation from Minnesota who has been singing since the age of ten. He describes his music as sounding like “a funky a’cappella group from outerspace.” He built a reputation for himself while performing with Twin Cities’ band Root City (voted Best Blues Band of the Twin Cities by the readers of City Pages in 2006), as well as a one man band, Heatbox (1st place at the 2007 “Yo! The Music” Minneapolis beatbox battle.) In the last 3 years,

he has experienced a new level of success, releasing two solo albums (Entertainment and System) and touring nationally with top acts, appearing at the most populr musical festivals in the country and opening for famous musicians. Singing, beatboxing, looping and a warm sense of humor leaves the audience captivated time and time again. Heatbox’s songs and sounds range from soulful Motown a’cappella to the fastest mouthful of beats one could imagine. Cornell Blanchard (keys/vocals) is one of the most sought-after performance and studio musicians in the Minneapolis area. He studied music, theatre and dance at the University of MinnesotaDuluth where he directed a handful of productions including Guys and Dolls and Sweet Charity. Cornell is a core member in the popular Twin Cities’ funk, rock, and blues band Root Cityas well as a member of 6 other Minneapolis bands including R Factor, The Dan Kusz Band, The Repair Company, Dan Ristrom and the Big Throw Down, 8 Switch and The House Band. Patrick Nelson (drums/vocals) has gained a reputation as a versatile musician in the Twin Cities area. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, and has since maintained a regular performance and recording schedule with various groups as a drummer, bassist, and tuba player all over the Midwest. He has had the privilege to perform alongside of some of Minnesota’s elite, including: Tony Axtell (a prairie Home Companion, Donny Osmond), Sonny Thompson (Prince, Jonny Lang) and Ricky Peterson (David Sanborn, John Mayer). For the Past Six years he has been a member of the ‘Best of the Twin Cities’ award winning group Root City. He currently resides in Minneapolis with his wife, Alex.


Dan Ristrom (bass/vocals) Music has been the driving force in Dan Ristrom’s life from a very early age. He began singing and playing electric bass in elementary school and at church. Dan studied piano as well as bass and grew up surrounded by a wide variety of music. Following in the footsteps of his parents - son of Jazz guitarist, Reuben, and Music Educator/ Choral Director/Organist, Diane – Dan pursued Music Education and Performance as his career. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education with a Vocal Emphasis from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, Dan returned to the Twin Cities and started his band, “The Throwdown.” As well as performing with his band, Dan substitute teaches at local public schools and works as a free-lance singer and bass player. His musical talent has taken him all over the world. Whether he is playing electric bass, singing, or teaching, music is Dan’s life and passion. Peter

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(Saxophone) Minneapolitan saxophonist Peter Vircks is a founding member of the modern jazz group Moveable Feast (voted Best of the Twin Cities by the readers of City Pages in 2002) and works with many of the area’s prominent musicians. He’s also had the great fortune of performing with many national and international artists including Grammy Award winner Jennifer Holliday, Erick Kamau Gravatte from the band Weather Report, Cuban piano phenomenon Nachito Herrera, The

Horn Heads, Togolese legend Jimi Hope, Tommy Barbarella from Prince’s New Power Generation, Devon Evans from the Wailers, Dokun Oke from Femi Kuti’s Nigerian group, Bruce A. Henry, Desdamona, Ethiopian bassist Yohannes Tona and his band, the Kevin Washington quintet, Clementown, and The Capone All Stars. In 2004 he was accepted to attend the Banff International Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music where he was mentored by Bill Frizell, Dave Douglas, Mark Turner, Han Bennink, Dr. George Lewis and Clarence Penn. He is also a 2007 American Composers Forum Subito Grant recipient and subsequent adjudicator. Vircks is credited as a sideman on dozens of recorded albums. He’s also has performed music on several national TV commercials and independent films. Aaron Weiner (Trumpet) was born in Eugene, Oregon and grew up in Milwaukee, WI. He earned a degree in classical trumpet from the University of Minnesota, studying under the likes of Craig Kirchhoff, Kaye Berigan, Dr. David Baldwin, and Kelly Rossum among others. Fluently spanning the range of musical genres from hip hop to blues to jazz, orchestral and r & b, he’s had the opportunity to tour the country and abroad. In addition to Feet Don’t Fail Me Now, he can regularly be seen playing with the likes of Root City Band, Solomon Witherspoon, Paola Ancona, the StephDevine Collection and Corey Carlson.


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