This man has become
one of the most prolific of
DIM's core players. A key component of the writing team
for DIM's home-brewed scripts, Mike has also become a stalwart
director in his own right, with more than one award-winning
production to his credit at Redwood Theatre in Redmond.
Mike Brunk has been
around since DIM's earliest days, and is a software guru for
Boeing. "It is still perverse!"
Last seen in The Sign of
Jonah, for the last two years Laura Brunk has been a special education para-educator for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing program in the Highline School District. A former student in the ASL program at Puget Sound Christian College, Laura will be attending PLU in the fall of 2004 working toward a BA in Social Work. Laura also continues to be involved in the Deaf Ministry at her local church.
You may remember this
face from the Chi-Rho serial dramas, or Black
Bart, or The Sign of Jonah, or... But you
might not be aware of the solid work that Patty
Cram contributes backstage as well! Trained
as a stage manager by Redwood Theatre's Judy Schwanke, Patty
has served in that capacity on several productions. Since
2002, she has been teaching music and drama at the Kent
don't know how else to describe Daryl
Jones. He and his wife Chris were quite new
to Normandy when Daryl appeared, out of nowhere, to audition
for a part in DIM's '98 production of Robert Bolt's A Man
for All Seasons. After amusing audiences as
Ambassador Chapuys, Daryl continued working with DIM through
the early part of the Chi Rho series, and
has since become an Elder
at Normandy Christian Church in Des Moines.
Once you have seen
this man act, you are not likely
to soon forget it. Raymond Jones
made his first appearance with DIM in 1997's
Saint Joan, in which he teamed with Steven Scott as one of
the heroine's principal tormentors. His work with DIM is just
a small part of Raymond's ministry in drama, in the community
and with his home church, Seattle First Baptist. Raymond is
Controller at Northwind Consulting Services in Issaquah.
Stefanie Kelly has been one of the most versatile and committed of
DIM's core members. She made her debut with multiple roles in
Saint Joan after attending open auditions, and
followed up in 1998 as Cardinal Wolsey in A Man for All
Seasons. She has also played multiple roles in the
Chi-Rho series, and is always willing to help out in
any way she can. Stef is a long-time Special Ed. teacher in
the Highline School District.
June 7, 2003, Rebekah graduated from SPU, where for
the previous four years she had been majoring in History and Creative
Writing. In December 2003, Rebekah
Koch appeared as Perez in Homecoming with
DIM; she also appeared as a member of Prince Charlie's
court in Saint Joan. At Seattle Christian
School, she appeared in a production of Twelve Angry
Men . At SPU, she was the Mortar Board Historian and
President of the SPU Environmental
A Hazen High School sophomore
by day and a rocker by night,
Jacob Rosok made an auspicious stage debut as the Fourth Knight / Tempter in Murder in the Cathedral. He's also contributed to DIM's productions of Homecoming and The Sign of Jonah, and has worked with World Stage Ministries in Renton. Jacob studies bass guitar and plays in the band Johnny Hero. Catch a gig if you can!
An ordained minister
and former Microsoft employee, Dave Stark is now a
partner in Restoring Hope Construction. Dave made his
debut with DIM in The Chi-Rho Files, playing Ham for the
duration of the series. His first stage experience was
the lead role in Who'll Save the Plowboy? at PSCC. In
recent years, Dave has stepped up his involvement with Redwood
Theatre, and most recently is working as "The Knave" in
Motivity's Lost in the Woods.
During the 2003/2004
season at Redmond's Redwood Theatre,
Michelle Tuck (Saint Joan) teamed with another sometime DIM associate
(Judy Schwanke, Stage Manager for Saint Joan, among others)
for her award-winning co-directorial debut: Domestic Tranquility,
by Rich Orloff. Michelle works at Molbak's in Woodinville
and lives in Monroe with husband Ron and their cat, Rosebud.
You also might run into her at the Evergreen State Fair...
James Wilhoit appeared in
Renton Civic Theatre's production of Agatha Christie's
Spider's Web. It's no mystery to DIM regulars
that James is a strong performer. His first work with
DIM was the lead role of Thomas More in A Man for All
Seasons, and he later
worked with DIM in smaller roles. He also appeared in
Greg's production of Christ in the Concrete City
at PSCC, and acts frequently with RCT. James works for the City of Renton.
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