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Welcome

This world premiere production of Loch Lomond has been years in the making. The musical first came to our attention around 2017 when Dan read the script as part of his volunteer work on the committee for the National Alliance for Musical Theatre’s Festival of New Works and we fell in love with the story. In 2019, we announced the show as part of our 2020 season and began selling tickets. As we all know, nothing about 2020 went according to plan, and the production was postponed a year to this fall.

During that time, we lost the original director due to a scheduling conflict, but fortunately for us, Isaac Lamb (who is GREAT with new and emerging musicals – you may remember his work on past shows such as Fly By Night and Ordinary Days) was available to fill the director’s chair. Not only that, he brought Charles Grant on board as assistant director. It’s been thrilling to have them guide the team through the unique process of fully staging a musical for the very first time.

Some of you have been holding onto these tickets since the summer of 2019 – over two years! Thank you for having the faith in us to make it through and finally get this show to the stage. Others of you just purchased a ticket last week, and we are also grateful to you for taking a chance on a brand new show you’ve probably never heard of before.

The past couple years have been a trying time for all of us, but with the support of donors and patrons like you, we’ve been able to figure out ways to move forward and keep making musicals. And now we are SO grateful to be back doing fully live theatre! We feel confident that we are doing our best to ensure everyone is safe, and we appreciate your patience and cooperation as we adopt new protocols and policies in response to changing circumstances. We will continue to do whatever we can in our power to keep musical theatre live.

Thank you for helping to make Broadway Rose a safe and welcoming place to experience this art, and for being part of the world premiere of Loch Lomond. We hope you’ll agree that it was worth the wait.

Enjoy the show!

Sharon Maroney                      
Producing Artistic Director

Dan Murphy
Managing Director

Broadway Rose Theatre Company believes that diversity brings a vital richness and depth to the stories it presents on its stages and that theatre should not just entertain, but expose audiences to new experiences and expand their worldview. It is committed to its work in improving its equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts and fostering an environment where all people are welcome.

About Broadway Rose

Broadway Rose is Oregon’s premier musical theatre company, serving the Portland-metro area since 1992. We produce professional musicals year-round in two venues, as well as summer children’s musicals, camps, special events, and more. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Broadway Rose is committed to keeping live theatre affordable and making our productions accessible to all ages and members of the community.

Broadway Rose is a member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Theatre Communications Group, Portland Area Theatre Alliance, and the Westside Cultural Alliance.

Our Mission

Broadway Rose Theatre Company exists to create unparalleled musical theatre experiences that invigorate audiences and enrich our communities.

Broadway Rose Theatre Company, as a nonprofit arts organization, relies on donations so our community can continue to enjoy the best musical theatre possible at affordable ticket prices.

About Broadway Rose

Broadway Rose is Oregon’s premier musical theatre company, serving the Portland-metro area since 1992. We produce professional musicals year-round in two venues, as well as summer children’s musicals, camps, special events, and more. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Broadway Rose is committed to keeping live theatre affordable and making our productions accessible to all ages and members of the community.

Broadway Rose is a member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Theatre Communications Group, Portland Area Theatre Alliance, and Tualatin Valley Creates.

Our Mission

Broadway Rose Theatre Company exists to create unparalleled musical theatre experiences that invigorate audiences and enrich our communities.

Broadway Rose Theatre Company believes that diversity brings a vital richness and depth to the stories it presents on its stages and that theatre should not just entertain, but expose audiences to new experiences and expand their worldview. It is committed to its work in improving its equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts and fostering an environment where all people are welcome.

Broadway Rose Theatre Company, as a nonprofit arts organization, relies on donations so our community can continue to enjoy the best musical theatre possible at affordable ticket prices.

LOCH LOMOND

Book and Lyrics by MAGGIE HERSKOWITZ

Music by NEIL DOUGLAS REILLY

Presented at the Broadway Rose New Stage, Tigard, Oregon.
The use of any recording device, either audio or video, and the taking of photographs, either with or without flash, is strictly prohibited.

Turn off cell phones and silence all electronic devices during the performance.

Read a Note From the Director
“Your son will be given your stories of the loch that the mountains surround…your son is worth fighting for.”

When I first dug into this rousing new musical my expectation was that of a wartime epic (Romance and war! Scottish rebels and the English crown! Life and death!). How, then, to make sense of the intimate four-person show that awaited me on the page? The small moments, the personal tragedies, the cultural traditions, the tender humanity registered far more deeply than any battle scenes or rousing speeches. These were just people; complex, imperfect, familiar people who needed love, and each other, and a home. It wasn’t a story of noble heroes taking arms and going to war. It was a story of real people fighting for their lives while the world is coming apart at the seams. Sound familiar?

I assumed my way into this piece would be through the beats of a familiar historical epic but, as is often the case, it turned out to be something far more contemporary than that. These characters – these normal, familiar people fighting to keep their homes and their stories in dark times – echo in the events I see everywhere today. I see them in the faces of the immigrants at the border fighting to give their families a more hopeful future. I see them in the refugees fleeing war and disaster in Afghanistan and Syria and Haiti. I see them in the weary faces of the healthcare workers fighting this virus on the frontlines so that we all might return to a life worth living. This is a story of people fighting for their children to inherit a better world than their own. Sound familiar?

I can’t tell you how good it feels to be back in the theatre telling stories for you again. As I write this from my dining room table – my children playing at my feet – I can close my eyes and feel you sitting there in the dark in that familiar room, anxiously waiting for the lights to come up and the show to begin. It makes me feel like these last 18 months of isolation, of survival, of fighting for our lives while the world falls apart, haven’t been for nought. We made it. We survived. We can tell stories again.

May we tell stories that move us and our children toward that better world.

Isaac Lamb

Artists

Hidden Toggle
Malia is thrilled to be back on the Broadway Rose Theatre stage after her most recent perfomance as Susie Dare in Up and Away. Holding a degree in theatre performance from Marymount Manhattan College, she spent her college years performing in New York and went on to tour the nation in the mega-musical Evita as Eva Peron. Returning to New York, she was featured in the “Town Hall: Rising Stars of Broadway” concert. She spent two years in Japan performing as Elphaba in the Universal Studios production of Wicked before returning to Portland. Favorite Portland credits include Fly By Night (Daphne), Carrie: The Musical (Carrie White), Anything Goes (Hope Harcourt), and Heathers: The Musical (Veronica Sawyer).
ISAAC LAMB, Director
Isaac Lamb is a directing graduate of Loyola Marymount University’s School of Film and Television and a company member of Third Rail Repertory Theatre. Favorite directing projects include: Arlington, The Angry Brigade, The Music Man, and Annapurna (Third Rail); Once, Fly By Night, Adrift in Macao, and Ordinary Days (Broadway Rose); Grounded and the world premiere of db (CoHo Productions), Mother Teresa is Dead (Portland Playhouse), Junie B. Jones and Ivy and Bean (Oregon Children’s Theatre), The Wizard of Oz (PHAME), Sweet Charity (Lakewood Theatre Company), Ordo Virtutum (In Mulieribus). Isaac served as the resident director for the national tour and Las Vegas productions of Defending the Caveman, Broadway’s longest running one-man show. He remains an actor, educator, and renowned creator of viral video content with over 35 million views worldwide. Isaac is a proud member of SDC. “All my love and gratitude to Amy, Hazel, and Ezra.”
CHARLES GRANT, Assistant Director

Charles Grant (he/him) is honored to be a part of bringing the world of Loch Lomond to life. As an artist who wears a number of hats (actor, producer, teacher, and director), he’s worked with various theatre companies over the years, including Portland Center Stage, Portland Playhouse, Many Hats Collaboration, Third Rail Repertory Theatre, Fuse Theatre Ensemble, Confrontation Theatre, and Broadway Rose (where he played Pepper in Mamma Mia!). Most recently, he co-directed Apologies to Lorraine Hansberry (You Too, August Wilson) by Rachel Lynett as a part of the inaugural BlaQ OUT festival this summer. Many, many thanks to Isaac for all of the support during this process, and the entire Loch Lomond team for bringing their talent and hearts to this story. Check out thecharlesgrant.com to say hello. “Enjoy the show!”

BENJAMIN QUINTEL, Music Director
Benjamin Quintel is thrilled to be joining the ranks of music directors at Broadway Rose. Benjamin was last seen at Broadway Rose behind the keyboard for Mamma Mia! and Footloose. A native of the Midwest, Benjamin has had the pleasure of working with many wonderful theatres including Mason Street Warehouse, The Kalamazoo Civic, The Detroit Repertory Theatre, and Chicago’s The Second City. Some favorite shows Benjamin has worked on include The Wild Party, Marie Christine, The Addams Family, Bright Star, Les Misérables, RENT, and Aida. When Benjamin isn’t behind a keyboard, he can be found in a laboratory and speaking around the Northwest as a public health advocate.
ALEX MEYER, Set Designer and Properties Designer
Alex Meyer is grateful to return to live production with her debut at Broadway Rose! Recent scenic design credits include The Found Dog Ribbon Dance and She’s Here at CoHo Productions, The Rocky Horror Show at Enlightened Theatrics, and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at Experience Theatre Project. Other production credits include work with The Theatre Co., Profile Theatre, and Elsinore Theatre. Alex has formerly worked at the Okoboji Summer Theatre (IA), the Black Hills Playhouse (SD), and as a guest artist at Stephens College (MO). She is an alum of the Portland Playhouse Apprenticeship Program and holds a B.A. in art and theatre from Augustana University (SD). Alex is also a fine artist, with work recently on display at Blackfish Gallery and The Remains Gallery. “Enjoy the show and each other’s company safely!” More at www.designbyalexmeyer.com.
KIMBERLY HERGERT, Costume Designer
Kimberly Hergert is a costume designer in the Portland area. This is her first show with Broadway Rose. She has designed several shows with George Fox University, including A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Government Inspector, A Servant of Two Masters, Jane Eyre the Musical, Little Women the Musical, Blithe Spirit, and many more. She was the costume manager for George Fox University for over six years. Her passion is woven into Loch Lomond through the historical research and design, as is her career in costume design. She thrives in telling the story of specific characters through their clothing. Each item and each detail is a window into the choices they make and who they are as a whole. When one of those strands is history, the story gets deeper.
CARL FABER, Lighting Designer
Carl Faber is thrilled to return to Broadway Rose after designing lights for Analog & Vinyl, The Last Five YearsOnce, Ordinary Days (Drammy and Portland Area Musical Theatre Award for Best Lighting Design), Trails, and Beehive. Recent designs in Portland were with Portland Center Stage (Macbeth), Portland Opera (Frida, An American Quartet), Artists Repertory Theatre (Magellanica, Between Riverside & Crazy), Profile Theatre (Fires in the Mirror, Water by the Spoonful), Third Rail Repertory Theatre (John, The Angry Brigade), Northwest Children’s Theater (MatildaMary Poppins). Outside of Portland: Arena Stage, Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, Ars Nova, American Dance Festival, Oklahoma Contemporary. Touring production for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Bon Iver, and The National. Light artist at Eaux Claires Festival. Founding member of Woodshed Collective NYC. Education: Vassar College. Member: United Scenic Artists Local USA-829. www.carlfaber.com.
BRIAN KARL MOEN, Sound Designer
Brian is passionate about all things sound. This is his seventh year with Broadway Rose, his fifth year as the resident sound designer, and his second year as IT specialist. Previous sound design credits include: Broadway Rose’s Analog & Vinyl, The Last Five Years, Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, Once (Portland Area Musical Theatre Award), Footloose (Broadway World Portland Award), Guys and Dolls (PAMTA), Mamma Mia! (Broadway World Portland Award), The Addams Family (PAMTA), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To The Forum (PAMTA), West Side Story (Broadway World Portland Award); Stumptown Stage’s A Christmas Carol, Ain’t Misbehavin’ (PAMTA), Aida; and Elsinore Theatre’s Annie Get Your Gun. He appreciates his wife, Andrea, for all her support.
JEFF DUNCAN, Production Manager

Jeff began his theatre career at Music Theatre International where he worked on developing scripts and trial productions of various ‘Broadway Junior’ titles and ‘Disney Kids’ titles in conjunction with Macmillan/McGraw-Hill and was featured as a props specialist on various instructional videos. He was also part of the team that produced the first Junior Theatre Festival with MTI and Atlanta’s Theater of the Stars. Jeff joined the Broadway Rose staff in 2014 as production manager and continues to design props on the side. Locally, he has designed props for various productions including Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, Whodunit…The Musical, and The World Goes ‘Round (Broadway Rose); as well as The Wolves at Portland Playhouse and A Year With Frog & Toad and Ella Enchanted at Oregon Children’s Theatre.

LIZ CARLSON, Assistant Production Manager
Liz is a proud member of the Broadway Rose production staff year-round. In addition to serving as the resident assistant production manager, she has also designed props for Broadway Rose productions such as Analog & Vinyl, The Last Five Years, The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, Up and Away, Once, Nunsense, Ordinary Days, Trails, and Church Basement Ladies. She has previously worked on Into the Woods, Company, Beehive, Murder for Two, and many more productions in various capacities here at Broadway Rose over the seasons. Liz also works around the Portland area as a theatrical electrician and scenic artist. She would like to thank her parents for their lifetime support, and Broadway Rose for the many opportunities they have given her to do what she loves most.
JESSICA JUNOR, Stage Manager
Jessica is the resident stage manager at Broadway Rose. Some shows she has worked on in the past include: Analog & Vinyl, The Last Five Years, The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Up and Away, Once, Footloose, Nunsense, Ordinary Days, Mamma Mia!, Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, The Addams Family, Beehive, A Very Merry PDX-mas, Fly By Night, West Side Story, A Taffeta Christmas, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Music Man, The Bikinis, Cats, Always…Patsy Cline (twice!), The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, G.I. Holiday Jukebox, Honky Tonk Angels, and Forbidden Broadway. Jessica spends any time away from the theatre with her family.
PHIL McBETH, Technical Director

Phil is proud to be the resident technical director at Broadway Rose. He has also designed lighting for many shows here, including The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, Your Holiday Hit Parade, A Very Merry PDX-mas, West Side Story, Grease, and Adrift in Macao. Phil started his career at Sam Barlow High School and went on to college in Seattle at Cornish College of the Arts. Returning to Oregon, he was hired as the technical director at the Majestic Theatre in Corvallis. There he worked on his craft of lighting shows as well as freelance lighting on the side. He worked with Hult Center Resident Dance Company Dance Theatre of Oregon. With DTO he designed over 40 shows at the Hult Center. Phil has also worked with Rainbow Dance, Dance West, Oregon Children’s Theatre, Stumptown Stages, Mt. Hood Repertory, Enlightened Theatrics, and of course Broadway Rose. Phil reconnected with the love of his life and married Kimm Roberts the day that Broadway Rose’s 2015 production of Grease opened.

MAGGIE HERSKOWITZ, Book & Lyrics

Maggie Herskowitz (Book & Lyrics) is an actress, writer, and scientist, trying to do her best on a dying planet. Games writer: best-selling Monster Prom series with ~1 million downloads, Moonpunk, upcoming game for Jesse Cox at Sixty40 Studios. Film/TV: Facebook Watch’s Rival Peak and Rival Speak starring Star Trek’s Wil Wheaton, songs for Smile and Murray Ghost. Stage: Between Gods and Kings (Off-Broadway), The Great Big Blue (Drama League Residency), The Maid and the Chorus Are Alive (PublicWorks Department), Princess Ten and the Dark Skies (SoCal tour). Herskowitz is currently earning her Masters of Science in International Animal Welfare, Ethics, and Law through the University of Edinburgh’s Royal Veterinary College – the Scottish connection is pure coincidence.

NEIL DOUGLAS K REILLY , Music & Orchestrations
Neil Douglas Reilly (Music & Orchestrations) With Herskowitz: songs for the musicals Loch Lomond and Between Gods and Kings and the film Smile. Orchestrations: Clinton (New World Stages), Stars of David (DR2), Kander and Ebb’s Sing Happy (PBS), and The Tony Awards (CBS). For Aherns and Flaherty: additional orchestrations for Little Dancer (Kennedy Center) orchestrations associate for Rocky (Broadway), orchestrations for Nice Fighting You (54 Below and Album), music supervisor and co-orchestrator of a NY Pops gala in their honor (Carnegie Hall), and assistant music supervisor of Ragtime (Avery Fisher Hall). Neil currently serves as the Deputy Chief of Staff to the New York State Lieutenant Governor and as a Regent of the Episcopal Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in Manhattan.

Crew and Additional Talent

Sound Board Operator
JESSE GROAT

Spotlight Operators
BRIANA FISHER
FIONA MALDARELLI*

Dresser
DAN MURPHY

Master Electrician
ALEX AGNES

Electrician
JOEL FERRARO

Carpenter
ALEX AGNES

Scenic Artists
LIZ CARLSON
BEIYI TEO
EMILY WILKEN

Sculptors
ALEX AGNES
LIZ CARLSON

* student intern

Run time is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes with no intermission.

Content Advisory: Loch Lomond is suitable for most theatregoers over the age of 13. The show contains mild profanity, sexual content, and topics of war, sacrifice, pregnancy loss, and death.
Click here for pre-viewing advisories for sensory- and content-sensitive patrons.

Special Thanks

 

COLIN STEPHEN KANE as James
Colin Stephen Kane was last seen at Broadway Rose as Jerry Jessup in Up and Away, as well as Man 2 in It Happened One Christmas, Eddie in Mamma Mia!, and Lucas in The Addams Family. Local credits include Snail in A Year with Frog and Toad at Oregon Children’s Theatre (Drammy Award), Brad in The Rocky Horror Show at Lakewood Theatre Company, and Doody in Grease at Temple Theatre. He has also performed for triangle productions!, Enlightened Theatrics, Stumptown Stages, and Live On Stage. A graduate of Portland State University, Colin would like to thank the arts educators in his life, Taryn, and his family. After a year and a half away from the stage, Colin would like to thank you for your presence, spirit, and support for live performance. “Welcome back!”
BENJAMIN TISSELL as Lyle
Benjamin Tissell is a Portland-based actor and musician, last seen at Broadway Rose in the 2018 production of Ordinary Days. Locally, he has also performed at Portland Center Stage at the Armory, Third Rail Repertory, Portland Playhouse, Lakewood Theatre Company, Pixie Dust Productions, and others. Ben is a frequent guest director at local high schools and produces a few shows a year with his own small company, Outer East Arthouse. An avid songwriter, Ben’s folky original music can be found on Spotify and iTunes. He is delighted to be returning to Broadway Rose, a company and community he loves!
DANIELLE VALENTINE as Elspeth
A native Oregonian, Danielle is excited to be back for her fifth production at Broadway Rose. This summer she enjoyed commercial fishing for salmon in Alaska for six weeks and is thrilled to be back to theatre in person. Danielle holds a degree in music performance which carries over on stage and in her passion for working with youth in music and theatre. She is thankful to everyone at Broadway Rose for their support. Love to Jared, Aida, and Elijah.
HANNAH LAUREN WILSON as Ailey
Hannah Lauren Wilson (she/her) could not be more grateful to be back on stage after the toughest year. She is an NYC-based actor and singer and a B.F.A. musical theatre graduate from Coastal Carolina University. Born and raised in the Portland area, Hannah has been working as an actor for 13 years. You may have seen her in Broadway Rose’s productions of Gypsy (Agnes) or Snow White (Lyndra/Narrator). Some of her most recent Portland credits have been through triangle productions!, including Blood Brothers (Linda), Avenue Q (Kate Monster), Heathers (Heather McNamara), and Liza! Liza! Liza! (Young Liza Minnelli). Some other favorite Portland shows include A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Anonymous Theatre (Peaseblossom), Fiddler on The Roof at Portland Center Stage (Schprintze), A Year with Frog and Toad at Oregon Children’s Theatre (Squirrel/Mole), and Parade at Staged! (Iola). Deepest thanks to the Broadway Rose team and patrons. Keep up with her on social media! Instagram/TikTok: @hannahlaurenwilson

Musicians

Keyboard/Conductor
BENJAMIN QUINTEL

Reeds
MARC GRAFE

Strings
AMY ROESLER

Drums
ZACHARY STOWELL

Guitar
ERIC TONER

Musical Numbers

“Scots Wha Hae”…….Lyle, James, Elspeth, Ailey 

“Six Hours”…….Lyle, James 

“Prince Charlie”…….James, Lyle, Elspeth 

“Say A Prayer”…….Lyle 

“Ev’rything’s Lovely”…….Ailey, Elspeth, Lyle, James 

“Beautiful Things”…….Elspeth, Lyle

“Four Hours”……….James, Lyle 

“Heather in Her Hair”……….Lyle, James

“Time Makes Liars Of Us”…….Elspeth, Ailey

“Comin’ Home Heroes”…….……….Lyle, James 

“How You Looked at Me”…….Ailey, Lyle 

“Your Son”…….Lyle

“Running Through The Raindrops”……. Ailey

“We’ll Have Time”…….James

“Story & Song”…….……….Lyle, James 

“The Man I Married”…….Elspeth

“Loch Lomond”…….James, Lyle, Elspeth, Ailey

Hidden Toggle
Malia is thrilled to be back on the Broadway Rose Theatre stage after her most recent perfomance as Susie Dare in Up and Away. Holding a degree in theatre performance from Marymount Manhattan College, she spent her college years performing in New York and went on to tour the nation in the mega-musical Evita as Eva Peron. Returning to New York, she was featured in the “Town Hall: Rising Stars of Broadway” concert. She spent two years in Japan performing as Elphaba in the Universal Studios production of Wicked before returning to Portland. Favorite Portland credits include Fly By Night (Daphne), Carrie: The Musical (Carrie White), Anything Goes (Hope Harcourt), and Heathers: The Musical (Veronica Sawyer).
ISAAC LAMB, Director
Isaac Lamb is a directing graduate of Loyola Marymount University’s School of Film and Television and a company member of Third Rail Repertory Theatre. Favorite directing projects include: Arlington, The Angry Brigade, The Music Man, and Annapurna (Third Rail); Once, Fly By Night, Adrift in Macao, and Ordinary Days (Broadway Rose); Grounded and the world premiere of db (CoHo Productions), Mother Teresa is Dead (Portland Playhouse), Junie B. Jones and Ivy and Bean (Oregon Children’s Theatre), The Wizard of Oz (PHAME), Sweet Charity (Lakewood Theatre Company), Ordo Virtutum (In Mulieribus). Isaac served as the resident director for the national tour and Las Vegas productions of Defending the Caveman, Broadway’s longest running one-man show. He remains an actor, educator, and renowned creator of viral video content with over 35 million views worldwide. Isaac is a proud member of SDC. “All my love and gratitude to Amy, Hazel, and Ezra.”
CHARLES GRANT, Assistant Director

Charles Grant (he/him) is honored to be a part of bringing the world of Loch Lomond to life. As an artist who wears a number of hats (actor, producer, teacher, and director), he’s worked with various theatre companies over the years, including Portland Center Stage, Portland Playhouse, Many Hats Collaboration, Third Rail Repertory Theatre, Fuse Theatre Ensemble, Confrontation Theatre, and Broadway Rose (where he played Pepper in Mamma Mia!). Most recently, he co-directed Apologies to Lorraine Hansberry (You Too, August Wilson) by Rachel Lynett as a part of the inaugural BlaQ OUT festival this summer. Many, many thanks to Isaac for all of the support during this process, and the entire Loch Lomond team for bringing their talent and hearts to this story. Check out thecharlesgrant.com to say hello. “Enjoy the show!”

BENJAMIN QUINTEL, Music Director
Benjamin Quintel is thrilled to be joining the ranks of music directors at Broadway Rose. Benjamin was last seen at Broadway Rose behind the keyboard for Mamma Mia! and Footloose. A native of the Midwest, Benjamin has had the pleasure of working with many wonderful theatres including Mason Street Warehouse, The Kalamazoo Civic, The Detroit Repertory Theatre, and Chicago’s The Second City. Some favorite shows Benjamin has worked on include The Wild Party, Marie Christine, The Addams Family, Bright Star, Les Misérables, RENT, and Aida. When Benjamin isn’t behind a keyboard, he can be found in a laboratory and speaking around the Northwest as a public health advocate.
ALEX MEYER, Set Designer and Properties Designer
Alex Meyer is grateful to return to live production with her debut at Broadway Rose! Recent scenic design credits include The Found Dog Ribbon Dance and She’s Here at CoHo Productions, The Rocky Horror Show at Enlightened Theatrics, and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at Experience Theatre Project. Other production credits include work with The Theatre Co., Profile Theatre, and Elsinore Theatre. Alex has formerly worked at the Okoboji Summer Theatre (IA), the Black Hills Playhouse (SD), and as a guest artist at Stephens College (MO). She is an alum of the Portland Playhouse Apprenticeship Program and holds a B.A. in art and theatre from Augustana University (SD). Alex is also a fine artist, with work recently on display at Blackfish Gallery and The Remains Gallery. “Enjoy the show and each other’s company safely!” More at www.designbyalexmeyer.com.
KIMBERLY HERGERT, Costume Designer
Kimberly Hergert is a costume designer in the Portland area. This is her first show with Broadway Rose. She has designed several shows with George Fox University, including A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Government Inspector, A Servant of Two Masters, Jane Eyre the Musical, Little Women the Musical, Blithe Spirit, and many more. She was the costume manager for George Fox University for over six years. Her passion is woven into Loch Lomond through the historical research and design, as is her career in costume design. She thrives in telling the story of specific characters through their clothing. Each item and each detail is a window into the choices they make and who they are as a whole. When one of those strands is history, the story gets deeper.
CARL FABER, Lighting Designer
Carl Faber is thrilled to return to Broadway Rose after designing lights for Analog & Vinyl, The Last Five YearsOnce, Ordinary Days (Drammy and Portland Area Musical Theatre Award for Best Lighting Design), Trails, and Beehive. Recent designs in Portland were with Portland Center Stage (Macbeth), Portland Opera (Frida, An American Quartet), Artists Repertory Theatre (Magellanica, Between Riverside & Crazy), Profile Theatre (Fires in the Mirror, Water by the Spoonful), Third Rail Repertory Theatre (John, The Angry Brigade), Northwest Children’s Theater (MatildaMary Poppins). Outside of Portland: Arena Stage, Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, Ars Nova, American Dance Festival, Oklahoma Contemporary. Touring production for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Bon Iver, and The National. Light artist at Eaux Claires Festival. Founding member of Woodshed Collective NYC. Education: Vassar College. Member: United Scenic Artists Local USA-829. www.carlfaber.com.
BRIAN KARL MOEN, Sound Designer
Brian is passionate about all things sound. This is his seventh year with Broadway Rose, his fifth year as the resident sound designer, and his second year as IT specialist. Previous sound design credits include: Broadway Rose’s Analog & Vinyl, The Last Five Years, Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, Once (Portland Area Musical Theatre Award), Footloose (Broadway World Portland Award), Guys and Dolls (PAMTA), Mamma Mia! (Broadway World Portland Award), The Addams Family (PAMTA), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To The Forum (PAMTA), West Side Story (Broadway World Portland Award); Stumptown Stage’s A Christmas Carol, Ain’t Misbehavin’ (PAMTA), Aida; and Elsinore Theatre’s Annie Get Your Gun. He appreciates his wife, Andrea, for all her support.
JEFF DUNCAN, Production Manager

Jeff began his theatre career at Music Theatre International where he worked on developing scripts and trial productions of various ‘Broadway Junior’ titles and ‘Disney Kids’ titles in conjunction with Macmillan/McGraw-Hill and was featured as a props specialist on various instructional videos. He was also part of the team that produced the first Junior Theatre Festival with MTI and Atlanta’s Theater of the Stars. Jeff joined the Broadway Rose staff in 2014 as production manager and continues to design props on the side. Locally, he has designed props for various productions including Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, Whodunit…The Musical, and The World Goes ‘Round (Broadway Rose); as well as The Wolves at Portland Playhouse and A Year With Frog & Toad and Ella Enchanted at Oregon Children’s Theatre.

LIZ CARLSON, Assistant Production Manager
Liz is a proud member of the Broadway Rose production staff year-round. In addition to serving as the resident assistant production manager, she has also designed props for Broadway Rose productions such as Analog & Vinyl, The Last Five Years, The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, Up and Away, Once, Nunsense, Ordinary Days, Trails, and Church Basement Ladies. She has previously worked on Into the Woods, Company, Beehive, Murder for Two, and many more productions in various capacities here at Broadway Rose over the seasons. Liz also works around the Portland area as a theatrical electrician and scenic artist. She would like to thank her parents for their lifetime support, and Broadway Rose for the many opportunities they have given her to do what she loves most.
JESSICA JUNOR, Stage Manager
Jessica is the resident stage manager at Broadway Rose. Some shows she has worked on in the past include: Analog & Vinyl, The Last Five Years, The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Up and Away, Once, Footloose, Nunsense, Ordinary Days, Mamma Mia!, Murder for Two, Your Holiday Hit Parade, The Addams Family, Beehive, A Very Merry PDX-mas, Fly By Night, West Side Story, A Taffeta Christmas, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Music Man, The Bikinis, Cats, Always…Patsy Cline (twice!), The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, G.I. Holiday Jukebox, Honky Tonk Angels, and Forbidden Broadway. Jessica spends any time away from the theatre with her family.
PHIL McBETH, Technical Director

Phil is proud to be the resident technical director at Broadway Rose. He has also designed lighting for many shows here, including The Story of My Life, Christmas My Way, Daddy Long Legs, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol, Your Holiday Hit Parade, A Very Merry PDX-mas, West Side Story, Grease, and Adrift in Macao. Phil started his career at Sam Barlow High School and went on to college in Seattle at Cornish College of the Arts. Returning to Oregon, he was hired as the technical director at the Majestic Theatre in Corvallis. There he worked on his craft of lighting shows as well as freelance lighting on the side. He worked with Hult Center Resident Dance Company Dance Theatre of Oregon. With DTO he designed over 40 shows at the Hult Center. Phil has also worked with Rainbow Dance, Dance West, Oregon Children’s Theatre, Stumptown Stages, Mt. Hood Repertory, Enlightened Theatrics, and of course Broadway Rose. Phil reconnected with the love of his life and married Kimm Roberts the day that Broadway Rose’s 2015 production of Grease opened.

MAGGIE HERSKOWITZ, Book & Lyrics

Maggie Herskowitz (Book & Lyrics) is an actress, writer, and scientist, trying to do her best on a dying planet. Games writer: best-selling Monster Prom series with ~1 million downloads, Moonpunk, upcoming game for Jesse Cox at Sixty40 Studios. Film/TV: Facebook Watch’s Rival Peak and Rival Speak starring Star Trek’s Wil Wheaton, songs for Smile and Murray Ghost. Stage: Between Gods and Kings (Off-Broadway), The Great Big Blue (Drama League Residency), The Maid and the Chorus Are Alive (PublicWorks Department), Princess Ten and the Dark Skies (SoCal tour). Herskowitz is currently earning her Masters of Science in International Animal Welfare, Ethics, and Law through the University of Edinburgh’s Royal Veterinary College – the Scottish connection is pure coincidence.

NEIL DOUGLAS REILLY, Music & Orchestrations
Neil Douglas Reilly (Music & Orchestrations) With Herskowitz: songs for the musicals Loch Lomond and Between Gods and Kings and the film Smile. Orchestrations: Clinton (New World Stages), Stars of David (DR2), Kander and Ebb’s Sing Happy (PBS), and The Tony Awards (CBS). For Aherns and Flaherty: additional orchestrations for Little Dancer (Kennedy Center) orchestrations associate for Rocky (Broadway), orchestrations for Nice Fighting You (54 Below and Album), music supervisor and co-orchestrator of a NY Pops gala in their honor (Carnegie Hall), and assistant music supervisor of Ragtime (Avery Fisher Hall). Neil currently serves as the Deputy Chief of Staff to the New York State Lieutenant Governor and as a Regent of the Episcopal Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in Manhattan. 
COLIN STEPHEN KANE as James
Colin Stephen Kane was last seen at Broadway Rose as Jerry Jessup in Up and Away, as well as Man 2 in It Happened One Christmas, Eddie in Mamma Mia!, and Lucas in The Addams Family. Local credits include Snail in A Year with Frog and Toad at Oregon Children’s Theatre (Drammy Award), Brad in The Rocky Horror Show at Lakewood Theatre Company, and Doody in Grease at Temple Theatre. He has also performed for triangle productions!, Enlightened Theatrics, Stumptown Stages, and Live On Stage. A graduate of Portland State University, Colin would like to thank the arts educators in his life, Taryn, and his family. After a year and a half away from the stage, Colin would like to thank you for your presence, spirit, and support for live performance. “Welcome back!”
BENJAMIN TISSELL as Lyle
Benjamin Tissell is a Portland-based actor and musician, last seen at Broadway Rose in the 2018 production of Ordinary Days. Locally, he has also performed at Portland Center Stage at the Armory, Third Rail Repertory, Portland Playhouse, Lakewood Theatre Company, Pixie Dust Productions, and others. Ben is a frequent guest director at local high schools and produces a few shows a year with his own small company, Outer East Arthouse. An avid songwriter, Ben’s folky original music can be found on Spotify and iTunes. He is delighted to be returning to Broadway Rose, a company and community he loves!
DANIELLE VALENTINE as Elspeth
A native Oregonian, Danielle is excited to be back for her fifth production at Broadway Rose. This summer she enjoyed commercial fishing for salmon in Alaska for six weeks and is thrilled to be back to theatre in person. Danielle holds a degree in music performance which carries over on stage and in her passion for working with youth in music and theatre. She is thankful to everyone at Broadway Rose for their support. Love to Jared, Aida, and Elijah.
HANNAH LAUREN WILSON as Ailey
Hannah Lauren Wilson (she/her) could not be more grateful to be back on stage after the toughest year. She is an NYC-based actor and singer and a B.F.A. musical theatre graduate from Coastal Carolina University. Born and raised in the Portland area, Hannah has been working as an actor for 13 years. You may have seen her in Broadway Rose’s productions of Gypsy (Agnes) or Snow White (Lyndra/Narrator). Some of her most recent Portland credits have been through triangle productions!, including Blood Brothers (Linda), Avenue Q (Kate Monster), Heathers (Heather McNamara), and Liza! Liza! Liza! (Young Liza Minnelli). Some other favorite Portland shows include A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Anonymous Theatre (Peaseblossom), Fiddler on The Roof at Portland Center Stage (Schprintze), A Year with Frog and Toad at Oregon Children’s Theatre (Squirrel/Mole), and Parade at Staged! (Iola). Deepest thanks to the Broadway Rose team and patrons. Keep up with her on social media! Instagram/TikTok: @hannahlaurenwilson

Musicians

Keyboard/Conductor
BENJAMIN QUINTEL

Reeds
MARC GRAFE

Strings
AMY ROESLER

Drums
ZACHARY STOWELL

Guitar
ERIC TONER

Musical Numbers

“Scots Wha Hae”…….Lyle, James, Elspeth, Ailey 

“Six Hours”…….Lyle, James 

“Prince Charlie”…….James, Lyle, Elspeth 

“Say A Prayer”…….Lyle 

“Ev’rything’s Lovely”…….Ailey, Elspeth, Lyle, James 

“Beautiful Things”…….Elspeth, Lyle

“Four Hours”……….James, Lyle 

“Heather in Her Hair”……….Lyle, James

“Time Makes Liars Of Us”…….Elspeth, Ailey

“Comin’ Home Heroes”…….……….Lyle, James 

“How You Looked at Me”…….Ailey, Lyle 

“Your Son”…….Lyle

“Running Through The Raindrops”……. Ailey

“We’ll Have Time”…….James

“Story & Song”…….……….Lyle, James 

“The Man I Married”…….Elspeth

“Loch Lomond”…….James, Lyle, Elspeth, Ailey

Run time is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes with no intermission.

Content Advisory: Loch Lomond is suitable for most theatregoers over the age of 13. The show contains mild profanity, sexual content, and topics of war, sacrifice, pregnancy loss, and death.
Click here for pre-viewing advisories for sensory- and content-sensitive patrons.

Crew and Additional Talent

Sound Board Operator
JESSE GROAT

Spotlight Operators
BRIANA FISHER
FIONA MALDARELLI*

Dresser
DAN MURPHY

Master Electrician
ALEX AGNES

Electrician
JOEL FERRARO

Carpenter
ALEX AGNES

Scenic Artists
LIZ CARLSON
BEIYI TEO
EMILY WILKEN

Sculptors
ALEX AGNES
LIZ CARLSON

* student intern

Special Thanks

 

 Broadway Rose Leadership & Staff 

Broadway Rose Staff
Producing Artistic Director
Sharon Maroney

Managing Director
Dan Murphy

Development

Development Director
deShauna Jones

Development Manager
Holly Richards

Development Coordinator
Amy Roesler

Marketing

Marketing Director
Alan Anderson

Communications Manager
Emily Dew

Marketing Associate
Michael Miramontes

Administration

General Manager
Paul Jacobs

Community Engagement Coordinator
Amaya Santamaria

IT & Data Specialist
Brian Karl Moen

Patron Services

Patron Services Manager
Tyler Kubat

Patron Services Assistant Manager/Access Manager
Be Boulay

Box Office Representative
Dawn Geier

Lead House Manager
Bliss Talbott

Production

Production Manager
Jeff Duncan

Technical Director
Phil McBeth

Resident Stage Manager
Jessica Junor

Assistant Production Manager
Liz Carlson

Sound Maintenance & Operation Engineer
Brian Karl Moen

Board of Directors
Jan LeoneU.S. Bank, retired
President

Bonnie PavelPavelcomm
Vice President

Geoff Dougall, Dougall Conradie LLC
Treasurer

Jeff KnappThomson Reuters
Secretary

Tyrene Bada, CRM, City of Beaverton

Sylke Neal Finnegan, Washington County Visitors Association

Laury Girtarts advocate

Paul Irvinarts advocate

Sharon Maroney, Broadway Rose Theatre Company

Barbara MillerNeil Kelly

Dan Murphy, Broadway Rose Theatre Company

Harvey Platt, business leader

Sharon Vieregg-Guyette, Sapphire Design Consulting, LLC

Resource Council

John L. Cook, CPA

Hannah Dahl, arts advocate

Joan KingsleyPortland Spirit

Rorie LeoneWashington Trust Bank

Dan YatesPortland Spirit

Theatre Guild Officers

President
Darold Barrow

Vice President
Pat Stupur

Secretary
Ruth White

Treasurer
Rick Thomas

Broadway Rose Supporters

Donors
Our heartfelt thanks goes to all the contributors who help create the magic you are enjoying onstage.

This list represents operating donations received between August 1, 2020 and September 10, 2021.

Names in bold are members of the Producers’ Circle monthly giving program. Producers’ Circle members are credited at their annual giving level plus any additional donations.

˚ Denotes a member of the Broadway Rose Theatre Guild.

If your name is missing or incorrect, please contact Amy Roesler at 503.906.2376 or amy@broadwayrose.org.

Thanks go to the additional donors who have donated during this period in amounts less than $50. Every gift helps!

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Yvonne Hanna
Betty Hanner
Chari Haren
Trisha Harrahill
Margaret Hawkins
Phyllis Heagle
Stan & Marilyn Heath
Evelyn Henry
Shannon Herbers
George & Charlotte Hetu
Don Hicks
Brenda Hogan
Jane Hogue
Lorna Holberg
Laura Holcombe
Mark Horn & Mark Wilkinson
Sue Horn-Caskey
Gary Hoselton
Penny Huckabee
Linda Humphrey & John McAnulty
Kuon Hunt
Margaret Hurle
Lois Jackson
Judy Jacobs
Charlotte Jensen
Joann Jeub
Jillean Johnson
Sharon Johnson
Dale Justice
Dale & Barb Jutila
Susan Kara
Cynthia Karthas
Jean Kawaoka
Patti Kirsch Daggett
Jerome Kleffner
William Kroger
Bill & Darcy Krusinski
Ronald & Lucy Laande
Lynn Labasan
Cheryl Labavitch
Janet & Gary Langenwalter
Virginia A Leffall-Husak
Sam Linder
James & Erin Linhares
Michaela Lipsey
Fay Littlefield
Robert Litviak & Suzanne Lirviak
Debra & Michael Loen
Peggy Luckman
Robyn & Bruce MacKay
Sue Mann
Marick Family
Ellen Maroney
Jason Marr & Lori Hoover
Jean McCormick
Marcia McCreight°
Sandra McHarg
Phil & Heather McKnight
Cathi McLain
Susan Means
Michael & Denise Millhollen
Michael & Nic Miramontes
Brian Moen & Andrea Hackett
Mary Mollway
Janet & Conrad Moore
Jess Morgan
Bob & Shannon Moxley
Shannon Murray
Jane Myers
Tammy Nelson
Philip Norby
Sue O’Donnell & Liz O’Donnell
Rosemary and Karri Pasteris
Betty Patton
Tracy & Twila Petrie
Margaret Poehler
Carolyn Pullen
Sadie Pullen°
Ben Quintel
Ken & Christy Reese
Margo Richert
Ron Rilee
Priscilla Roberts
Elizabeth Robin
Todd Robson
Lisa Shaw & Weston Roth
Charlotte Rubin
Mary Russell
Mark Ryan
Annette Saarinen
Shirley Sagerser
Amaya Santamaria
Jennifer Santamaria
Bob & Judy Scholz
Maureen & Thomas Schultz
Jay Seger
Hayley Shauklas
Virginia Shipman
Allen Shoaff & Martha Rhea
Bill & Arlene Showell
Marilyn & Burt Silverman
Maureen Simmonds
Steve Singer
Christine Smith
Diane H. Smith
Nigel Smith
John Snyder
Lisa Sorenson
Dick & Leanne Spence
Julian & Patricia Spires
Janelle St. Pierre
Claudia Sterling
Andrea Stevens
Susan Sturgeon
Cathy & Steve Sturtevant
Susan Swank
Heather Taylor
Brad Telyea
Lloyd Thacker
Shawna Thompson
Robert Tinkler
Maria Tucker
Victoria Villarreal
Mickey & Anne Voeqtlin
Susan Vonderheit
Janet Voss
Richard & Carol Wagner
Raymond Warner
Rick Warren
Cheri Weaver
Mike & Kerry Weaver
Bev Westerlund
Colleen Westphal
Joe & Phyllis Whittington
Kay Winter
Carol Wojciechowski
Allan Wood
William Wood
Linda Woodbury
Jonathan & Dorie Woolf
Mary S Zotter

The Encore Club
The Encore Club recognizes individuals who help secure arts funding for future generations by including Broadway Rose in their estate planning.

Encore Club members receive invitations to exclusive Broadway Rose events and permanent inclusion in our programs. If you have included Broadway Rose in your will, please call deShauna Jones at 503.906.2377 so that we may thank you!

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D.R. Barrow
Pat Bukieda
Leigh Bunkin*
Linda Clark
Bonnie Conger
Dave & Sharon Cutz
Tony & Raylene Eilers
Paul & Linda Erickson
Geraldine Fohl*
Richard & Peggy Forcier
Lisa Francolini & Bev Wells
Nancy Gilbert*
Jake & Laura Heilman
Heidi Heydlauff
Helen Honse & Bert Cornick
Johanna Jansen
Toraj & Irene Khavari
Dick & Sally Larsen
Kittie Larson
Trish Lloyd
Sharon Maroney
Kathy Martin & Lory Humbert
Gayle Miller
Laurie Minger
Eugene P. Nelson
Marilyn Nutting
Ron & Kathie Olson
Mary A. Owen Charitable Fund
Vivian Peterson
Bill Ramirez & Roberta Staff
Michael Sands & Jane Robinson
Les & Erna Sarasohn
Karyn Vincent & Erin Olson
David & Carol Wright

* Bequest received

How does it work? Naming Broadway Rose in your will is easy. Just include the following text:

“I hereby bequeath to the Broadway Rose Theatre Company, located at P.O. Box 231004, Tigard, OR 97281, a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt organization with IRS tax identification number 93-1069099, [percentage of estate or dollar amount] to be used as determined by the board of directors.”

Corporate Sponsors

Title Sponsor
Pearson Financial Group/Conrad Pearson and Bonnie Conger

Producing Partners
Bonnie Conger
Pavelcomm
Portland Spirit
Curtis T. Thompson, MD & Associates

Associate Producing Partners
Copytronix
John L. Cook, CPA
RiverWest Acupuncture
The Greenbrier Companies

Directors’ League
Buster & Lilly’s Doggie Daycare
Friendly Move Management
Jordan-Weber Dental
Minuteman Press of Tigard
Ziply Fiber

Star Players
Coast Pavement Services
Holiday Inn Portland South Wilsonville
HomeStreet Bank
Longbottom Coffee & Tea
Tigard Tire & Auto

Stage Partners
ACE Hardware Progress Ridge
Banning’s Restaurant
Center Street Gold and Silver
Landmark Ford Lincoln
McDonald Jacobs
PLA Designs

Matching Employers

Matching Employers

3m
Alaska Airlines/Horizon Airlines
Cambia Health Foundation
Chevron
Delta Dental
Honda
Intel Corporation
Key Bank Foundation
Legacy Health System
Mentor Graphics Foundation
Moda Health
Pacific Power Foundation
Portland General Electric
RLI Charitable Gift Fund via Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Rockwell Collins
The Standard
Thomson Reuters
U.S. Bancorp Foundation / U.S. Bank

Foundations
Ellyn Bye/Dream Envision Foundation
The Clark Foundation
The Collins Foundation
Herbert A. Templeton Foundation
Jackson Foundation
Juan Young Trust
The Kinsman Foundation
James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation
Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust
Tigard Rotary Foundation
OCF Joseph E. Weston Public
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Civic and Government
City of Tigard

Cultural Coalition of Washington County and the Oregon Cultural Trust

The Regional Arts & Culture Council, including support from Washington County and Metro

Tigard-Tualatin School District

Washington County Board of Commissioners/Roy Rogers

Broadway Rose Theatre Company receives support from the Oregon Arts Commission, a state agency funded by the State of Oregon and the National Endowment for the Arts.