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Monday, Wednesday, Friday Cast

Conlon Bonner
  Conlon was most recently seen on the HCT stage as ‘Jim’ in Big River.  Conlon lists as some of his favorites:  ‘Sebastian’ The Little Mermaid, ‘Colehouse Walker, Jr.’ Ragtime, both at HCT and ‘Seaweed’ Hairspray at HCTO.  Conlon holds a BA in Communication Studies from BYU and is currently working on his Masters at SUU.  During the day, you can find Conlon as a Seminary Teacher in Springville, UT (Seminaries and Institutes of Religion).  “I have loved this statement from such a great leader, ‘May we ever choose the hard right, rather than the easier wrong” – President Thomas S. Monson.  Joseph makes this decision time and time again.  I feel this is one of the great connections I can make with him as I portray his life and character.  I have always loved this role and this person from the scriptures.  I never thought I would get the chance to play him in this great production, but now that I am, I hope to portray him well and that others are uplifted along the way.”

Angie Griffiths Call
  Angie is no stranger to the HCT stage & we’re glad to have her back.  She lists as some of her favorite roles:  ‘Mrs. Banks’ Mary Poppins, ‘Fiona’ Shrek, ‘Alice’ The Addams Family and ‘Adelaide’ Guys and Dolls.  She has performed on the HCT stage, as well as CenterPoint Legacy Theatre, The Grand Theatre and The Children’s Theatre.  Angie teaches private voice and piano lessons, as well as teaching for CenterPoint Theatre’s Children’s Academy.  “All my love to my husband, Dan, and our four beautiful children, for supporting my love of theatre.”

David Weekes
Jacob / Potiphar
  David most recently directed HCT’s Big River and has been seen in many productions on the HCT stage, including ‘Ebenezer Scrooge’ in HCT’s A Christmas Carol, for many years.  David holds a BA in Theatre Arts/Education from USU and is an Inside Sales Representative for Lashbrook.  “Special thanks to the producers and my wonderful family and friends, for their love and support!  I love you all!”

Bryan Matthew Hague

  Bryan’s been away from the HCT stage for a few years and we’re happy to have him back.  Favorite roles:  ‘Ben Whitledge’ No Time for Sergeants, ‘Robbie Hart’ The Wedding Singer and ‘Rapunzel’s Prince’ Into The Woods, all on the HCT Stage; Witchapalooza at The Gathering Place and ‘Jimmy Harper’ Reefer Madness at the Egyptian Theatre.  Bryan holds a Bachelor of Music in Commercial Music from UVU and is a music producer, arranger and composer.  “Life moves pretty fast.  If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”

Peter Codella II

Peter is new to the HCT stage.  He lists as a few of his favorite shows/events:  Savior of the World (LDS Church), Forever Plaid (Thanksgiving Point), Celebrating the Light (1995 National Tour), Singing Gondolier at The Venetian in Las Vegas, Kiss Me Kate (SCERA), Calamity Jane (Jackson Hole Playhouse), Once Upon a Mattress (Schenectady Light Opera Company) and BYU Young Ambassadors from 1992-1994.  Peter has a BA from BYU and an MBA from the U of U and is an adjunct professor at UVU, as well as an independent communications consultant.  “The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.”  -Ernest Hemingway


Zac Freeman
Simeon / Baker
  Zac was last seen on the HCT Stage as ‘Richard Bingham’ in last season’s, The Pirate Queen.  He lists as some favorite shows:  The Pirate Queen, Legally Blonde and Shrek.  Zac is a full-time Daddy to 3 handsome boys, part-time husband and would like to act full-time.  “You can always take the sourest lemons life gives, and turn it into something resembling lemonade.”

Spencer Jackson Hohl
  Spencer was most recently seen on the HCT stage as ‘Eben’ A Christmas Carol and ‘Tom Sawyer’ Big River.  Other favorite roles:  ‘D’artagan’ The Three Musketeers and ‘Prince Hamlet’ Hamlet, both at UCT.  Spencer is certified in several weapons with the Society of American Fight Directors and has studied Guitar performance at UVU.  Spencer is an actor, studio guitarist and fight choreographer, by trade.  “Perfect, do it again.”

David K. Martin
  David is a very familiar face to the HCT crowd, having been seen in The Pirates of Penzance ‘Hugh’, The Drowsy Chaperone ‘Aldolpho’, The Hasty Heart ‘Kiwi’, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat ‘Naphtali', No Time For Sergeants ‘Psychiatrist’, Tarzan ‘Leopard/Clayton’, Arsenic and Old Lace ‘Officer O’Hara’, She Loves Me ‘Kodaly’, Is He Dead? ‘Chicago’, Ghost the Musical ‘Hospital-Subway Ghost, The Little Mermaid ‘Sebastian’ and most recently as ‘Bob Cratchit’ in our A Christmas Carol.  David has also performed at Gardner Village in Witchapalooza and for the Utah Children’s Theater, Utah Repertory Theater, Rodger’s Memorial Theatre, Desert Star Playhouse, Kingsbury Hall, Capitol Theater and Riverton Arts Council.  David received his Bachelors in Music from the U of U and is currently the Sales Director of GFokus-The All Natural Energy Shot.  “And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.”

*Pharaoh understudy

Rick Jones
  JOSEPH marks Rick’s stage debut with HCT.  Rick lists as some of his recent productions:  ‘Tible’ Journey to the Light at the Rose Wagner Theater, a featured solo dancer with It’s Been a While Dancers, ‘Lost Boy’ Peter Pan, Annie Get Your Gun and The Wizard of Oz.  Rick holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the U of U, and has been the top Cutco Sales Professional in Utah for 5 years, and is still going strong.  Rick is aspiring to be an independent architect and is a substitute teacher at Waterford School.  “Never let a problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved.” – Thomas S. Monson

Nick Summers
  Nick is a newcomer to the HCT stage.  Nick lists as some of his favorites:  ‘George Banks’ Mary Poppins (BYU), a performer at Mack’s Inn Playhouse, ‘Ensemble’ Beauty and the Beast (BYU), ‘Frederick’ The Pirates of Penzance (Snow College) and a Young Performing Missionary in Nauvoo, Illinois.  Nick is currently in the Music Dance Theater program at BYU and is employed at the BYU Carpenter’s Shop as a Student Carpenter. “I live in Orem, UT with my beautiful wife Melissa, and our Yorkie puppy, Schmidt.  I’m so excited to do this show with my wife!”

Tyler Rostedt
  Tyler is new to the HCT stage and lists as some of his favorites:  ‘Von Hussler’ Mary Poppins (BYU), ‘Sky’ Mamma Mia (Queensland Performing Arts Center) and ‘Tyron’ Fame (Urangan Theater Company).  Tyler is currently studying BFA in Music Dance Theater at BYU and is a Multimedia Specialist at Harold B. Lee Library in Provo, as well as the Social Media Manager for BYU Sports Promotions.  “Keep the dream alive.”

Thomas Brandley
Zebulon / Butler
  Thomas was most recently seen on the HCT stage as ‘Daniel Pontipee’ in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and ‘LeFou’ in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.  He has also played ‘Zacky’ Big Fish, ‘Chip’ On the Town, ‘Mortimer’ Arsenic and Old Lace, to name a few.  Thomas has studied Musical Theatre at Weber State University.  “Anything less than 100% is unacceptable.”

Dave McMullin
  Dave was most recently on the HCT stage in last season’s Sister Act and The Pirate Queen.  He’s also performed in Aida at CenterPoint Legacy Theatre and Oklahoma High Valley Arts Midway.  Dave earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University and his BS from BYU and is a Physical Therapist at Legacy Village Transitional Rehabilitation.  “Much love to my family and friends who are always there.  Life is precious…make the most of it!”

Kooper Campbell
  Kooper is definitely no stranger to the HCT stage and was most recently seen as ‘Huck Finn’ Big River and ‘Boy (Peter)’ Peter and the Starcatcher.  Other roles at HCT:  ‘Tiny Tim’ A Christmas Carol, ‘Winthrop’ The Music Man, ‘Billy Kopecki’ Big the Musical, ‘Boy’ Ragtime, ‘Young Cosmo’ Singin’ in the Rain and ‘Jim Hawkins’ Treasure Island.  Kooper is a graduate of the Music Dance Theatre program at BYU and is a professional actor and performer.  “Stay Gold”

Kelly Griffiths
  JOSEPH marks the HCT stage debut for Kelly.  Recent credits:  ‘Gomez Addams’ The Addams Family and ‘Nicely Nicely’ Guys and Dolls, both at CenterPoint Legacy Theatre and ‘Jinx’ Forever Plaid.  Kelly holds a Bachelor’s of Accounting from the U of U and is the CFO of Harrington & Company, a building material supplier in Utah, Idaho & Wyoming.  “So honored to be on the HCT stage.  Thanks to my Laura for supporting my addiction of performing.”

Michelle Blake
Potiphar's Wife / Woman 1
  Michelle is no stranger to the HCT stage, having been seen as ‘Miss Dorothy’ Thoroughly Modern Millie, ‘Georgia’ Curtains, ‘Winifred Banks’ Mary Poppins, ‘Paula Abagnale’ Catch Me If You Can, ‘Dolly Tate’ Annie Get Your Gun, A Tale of Two Cities, Ragtime, Crazy For You and The Pirates of Penzance.  Michelle lists as some of her credits:  Sunset Boulevard, Annie, Man of La Mancha, The Music Man, Oliver!, It Happened One Christmas and the U.S. professional premiere of Frank Wildhorn’s The Count of Monte Cristo, all at Pioneer Theatre Company, ‘Lilli/Kate’ Kiss Me Kate, ‘Betty Haynes’ White Christmas, ‘Emma Carew’ Jekyll & Hyde and ‘Velma Von Tussle’ Hairspray.  Michelle studied vocal performance at USU and is a full-time mom and part-time actor!  “Much love and many thanks to my family & friends, especially my husband and daughter, for your constant love and support.”

Keri Vance
Woman 2
  Keri has felt lucky enough to do a lot of shows at HCT including Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the last time HCT performed it, and she feels so lucky to be doing it again!  Keri graduated from BYU a long time ago and says she’s still in school, as a third grade teacher.  “This sure beats staying home to do the laundry.”

Jasmine Jones Hohl
Woman 3
  Jasmine was last seen on the HCT stage in Tarzan, as well as in Oliver!.  Other productions:  Merrily We Roll Along and ‘Fantine’ Les Miserables, both for BYU.  Jasmine holds a Psychology degree from BYU where she also spent 3 years in the Musical Dance Theatre program.  She lists as her employment as a Surgical & Psych Tech.  “So grateful to be a part of such a magnificent show!!”

Melissa Ivy Summers
Woman 4
  JOSEPH marks Melissa’s debut on the HCT stage, but she is no stranger to the stage.  She lists as some of her favorites:  ‘Athena’ Troy:  The Musical (BYU), ‘Rosemary’ How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (CenterPoint Legacy  Theater) and ‘Dorothy’ The Wizard of Oz.  Melissa has also performed at Mack’s Inn Playhouse in Island Park, performed with the BYU Young Ambassadors, Young Performing Missionary in Nauvoo, Illinois and a Singer/Dancer at Lagoon Amusement Park.  Melissa is currently studying Music Dance Theatre at BYU.  “I am so excited to be performing alongside my incredible husband, Nick.  We reside happily in Orem with our little puppy, Schmidt.”

Breann Hewitt Johnson
Woman 5
  Breann was last seen on the HCT stage in The Drowsy Chaperone.  She lists as some of her credits:  Cinderella, My Fair Lady, 42nd Street, all for Tuacahn; White Christmas (PTC); ‘Janet Van de Graaf’ The Drowsy Chaperone (Ziegfeld); ‘Tiger Lily’ Peter Pan and ‘Minnie Fae’ Hello, Dolly! (CenterPoint).  Breann was a BYU Cougarette and graduated with a Dance Education Degree.  “I am thrilled to be back at Hale doing Joseph!  I am so grateful for my amazing, supportive husband, Taylor.  I love being a Mommy to my 5 year old son, Jence and 2 year old daughter, Sutton.”

Channing Weir
Woman 6
  JOSEPH marks Channing’s debut on the HCT stage.  Channing lists as some of her favorites:  ‘Eve’ Children of Eden, ‘Violet Hilton’ Sideshow, both at the University of Northern Colorado and ‘Suzy’ Marvelous Wonderettes at the Little Theater of the Rockies.  Channing received her Associate’s Degree in Musical Theater from the University of Northern Colorado and is currently a Junior in the MDT program at BYU.  Channing just completed an 8 month contract with Viking Cruise Ship’s, the Viking Sea, touring Europe as a Singer/Dancer.  “Thank you so much to my family both near and far, for all of their love and support!”

Aria Love Jackson
Woman 7
  After a 7-year hiatus from the stage, Aria is making her debut on the HCT stage.  Aria has been trained in many dance styles under Jami Artiga and Kaydee Colobella-Francis, at The Dance Zone in Henderson, NV.  Aria lists as some of her past favorites roles/shows:  ‘Dana Turner’ Disney’s Camp Rock:  The Musical (Green Valley High School, Henderson, NV), ‘Bonnie Bennett’ The Hillywood Show’s The Vampire Diaries Parody (YouTube), ‘Ensemble’ The Laramie Project and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and a Featured Dancer in Gladys Knight’s show, A Mic and a Light (Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas, NV).  Aria graduated from BYU with a Bachelor of Science in Recreation Management in 2015.  “Thanks to all my family and friends who have listened to me doubt myself, yet still pushed me to ‘go for it’ and design my life how I always hoped it would be!  I love and am forever grateful to you!”

Jace Barraclough
Guard 1
  Jace is a new face to our HCT audiences.  He is currently at the U of U studying Broadcast Journalism.  Jace has an Associate’s Degree in General Education from SLCC and he’s currently employed at Fox 13 as a Studio Technician and X96 as an Associate Producer on the morning show.  “There is nothing impossible to him who will try.” – Alexander the Great

Keith Goodrich
Guard 2
  Keith is no stranger to the HCT stage, having been seen in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Pirate Queen, Oklahoma!, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins, Brigadoon and Tarzan.  Keith has his degree in Music Education with a Vocal Performance Emphasis from Dixie State University and is the choir and orchestra teacher at Elk Ridge Middle School.  He also does some choreography for several high schools in the Salt Lake area.  Keith loves to dabble in Aerial Acrobatics.  “If you want to live an extraordinary life you have to do extraordinary things.”


Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
June 2 - August 12, 2017

MWF Cast Bios
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Back in Living Color! One of Utah's favorite musicals bursts onto HCT's magical stage! Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber wove this jubilant tale of Joseph in Egypt - cloaked with whimsy, joyful laughter and heart. The singing, dancing and costumes are AMAZING! Book early!


Mon-Sat evenings at 7:30p.m.
Sat Matinees at 12:30 p.m. & 4:00 p.m.
No performances July 4 & 24


Adults:  $34
Youth (K-12):  $18
No children under five permitted

RUNNING TIME:   2 hours 15 minutes with intermission

Pre-order concessions for Intermission. Day of performance only. Must be ordered no more than 2 hours before show time.

*Tickets to sold out performances may be available on the day of the performance. Contact the box office at 801-984-9000 .