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Rory, a reading teacher at East High School, has been a volunteer for Cheyenne Little Theatre Players since 2001, when he first appeared in The Old Fashioned Melodrama: Peril On The Plains. Since then, he has been involved in over 50 productions in all aspects from acting, writing and directing, to stage managing and stage crew. He has also been very active as a front of house volunteer, a CLTP employee, a committee member, and board member. He is currently serving as board president. “This is a very exciting time for CLTP, as we continue work on the Atlas, and are coming to the completion of creating a strategic plan for the organization, a process which was begun in 2012. I hope that as we move forward with this process that we create a plan that will secure CLTP’s place in Cheyenne’s future, as well as staying true to the passions that have helped keep this organization strong for over 80 years!”

Todd Martin is a native of Torrington, Wyoming who is proud to be returning to CLTP where he served as Technical Director from 2001 to 2004. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Theatre Performance from Chadron State College. He previously worked for Baylor University in Waco, Texas as a Technical Director at Waco Hall. Todd also served as the Artistic Director of the Gaslight Baker Theatre in Lockhart, Texas. His theatre background includes directing, acting, lighting / scenic design, and technical direction. Todd looks forward to the opportunity of preserving the rich history of the Cheyenne Little Theatre, and guiding the organization into an exciting future.

Travis is happy to serve as the chairman of Cheyenne Little Theatre’s Programming Committee. A lifelong Wyomingite, Travis graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2007 and is currently employed as a Senior Assistant Attorney General with the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office. In his free time, Travis is a member of the Cheyenne Civic Concert Band, the Fort Collins based OpenStage Theatre & Co., and the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players. Travis’ theatre credits include 9 to 5: The Musical (Director, CLTP, 2015), Moonlight and Magnolias (Set Design, OpenStage, 2014), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Director, CLTP, 2013), Rent (Roger Davis, CLTP, 2013), The Rocky Horror Show (Rocky, OpenStage, 2012), Fiddler on the Roof (Set Design, CLTP, 2012), Annie Get Your Gun (Assistant Director, CLTP, 2011), and Rabbit Hole (Sound Engineer, CLTP, 2010). Travis remains thankful for the love and support from his friends and family, most importantly his partner RJ and their dogs Roxie and Bridger for enduring the late nights and helping him stay grounded.

Since appearing in his very first CLTP role in 2006 as Ruckley in One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Brad has been seen in many CLTP productions. Some of his favorite roles include: Ellard Sims in The Foreigner, Raymond Pumphrey in Bottoms Up!, Marcus Lycus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and Bertie Dastard in the 54th Annual Melodrama Rocky Rhodes Rodeo Ride When not “trodding the boards,” Brad works for a local health insurance company, and enjoys spending time with his friends and family.

Erin Kendall an attorney working here in Cheyenne. She has spent quite a bit of time participating in CLTP productions. She most recently appeared in Spamalot and as the villainess in this past summer’s melodrama. Some of her favorite roles include Lisa in “Private Eyes” and Cecily Pigeon in “The Odd Couple.” She has also been involved behind the scenes of independent film productions and is currently on the CLTP board. Erin is grateful for the opportunity to work with an amazing and talented group of people!

Ceara Madson graduated cum laude from St. Olaf college with her B.A. in theater with Honors. She had her first role at Cheyenne Little Theater as a Junior High School student when she proudly portrayed the back half of a camel in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Ceara has had the opportunity to perform many other roles since that time. She also loves directing and working with youth. Ceara is the Office Manager at En Avant Dance Studio. Ceara is very proud to have the opportunity to serve on the board of such an amazing organization as Cheyenne Little Theater Players.

Sean is serving on the CLTP Board for the first time, but has been involved in many productions over the years in most aspects of the theatre’s productions. He can usually be found involved with musicals, however has had his hand in a few other nefarious schemes over the years as well. In addition to community theatre, Sean is active as musician and conductor in the region, currently serving as Artistic Director and Conductor for both the Cheyenne Chamber Singers and the Cheyenne Civic Concert Band. He has served on the Board for the Cheyenne Symphony and Cheyenne Chamber Singers as well as occasionally on committees for the Wyoming Arts Council. Sean has been the Music Coordinator for Laramie County School district number one since 1993, and loves to bring his passion for Music Education and Community Arts together to serve Cheyenne and the region.

Cathie Chadwick is a seasoned veteran of CLTP, having served as volunteer, board member and paid staff over the span of more than thirty years. Her love of theater began in the 70s when she and her family first began volunteering, and that enthusiasm has extended in to three generations of championing CLTP as a family effort with her children and husband either acting, volunteering or working on sets. An actress at heart, Cathie’s passion for local theater has garnered her dozens of roles over the years, from high school to present day. Her most favorite role was Sheila in the Next Step Production of The Boys Next Door. She enjoys working behind the scenes as well, directing The Old Fashioned Melodrama twice and currently heading up CLTP's 60th Anniversary committee. Cathie is married to her best friend, Terry, and together they have five children, two grandchildren, and another grandchild on the way!

Heidi’s first appearance with CLTP was in 2011’s Footloose as Principal Clark. Since then she has worked both on and off stage for multiple productions. Her favorite show was Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat where she was able to work with her children and dear friend Travis. She enjoys ever aspect of the theatre and has made it her goal to learn as much as possible. Currently she is excited to be working along side her wonderful friend Brad as an Assistant Director and one day hopes to direct a show. She works for the Department of Family Services in Child Protective Services and children’s theatre is her passion. Heidi has been married to her husband Blake for 15 years and they have to amazing children.

Caitlin works as an Assistant Attorney General in the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office and enjoys serving on the board of CLTP. She was most recently seen in the CLTP productions, 9 to 5 the musical, On Golden Pond and in A Miracle on 34th Street, where she made her debut with CLTP. Caitlin grew up in Cape May, New Jersey where she fell in love with theater during junior high school. Caitlin moved to Wyoming at age 18 and attended UW for both her undergraduate and law degrees.

Relatively new to the theatre scene, Morgan has jumped right in to all aspects of production. She began performing in high school as Gertie inOklahoma!, and was cast in CLTP productions as Helen O’Toole in Exit the Body, Mary Hatch-Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life, and Portia Pureheart in The Merchant of Vengeance. Morgan worked behind the scenes as stage manager, production assistant, and crew in The Treasure of Sara’s Padre, Kiss Me, Kate, and Barefoot in the Park. She is also active in volleyball, historic preservation, and other volunteer activities while working at The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce. She is our newest board member, as of this date.

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Travis Kirchhefer
President


Sean Ambrose
VP of Finance


Morgan Martin
VP of Fund Dev.


Brad Goodman
VP of programming


Heidi Teasley
VP of Administration


Rory Mack
Immediate Past President


Todd Martin
Managing Director

Members At Large


Erin Kendall


Ceara Madsen


Cathie Chadwick


Caitlin Young


Mary hall


Jason Gilbert


Dave Lerner


Travis Kirchhefer
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Sean Ambrose
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Morgan Martin
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Brad Goodman
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Heidi Teasley
VP of Administration

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Rory Mack
Immediate Past President

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Members At Large


Erin Kendall
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Todd Martinr
Managing Director

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Ceara Madsen
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Cathie Chadwick
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Caitlin Young
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Mary Hall
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Jason Gilbert
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