Production Staff

Production Staff

Annelise Murphy (Director/Producer)

Annelise has worked in all capacities of the theatrical world at some point in her life. She loves the theatre and is excited to have this amazing opportunity to produce her own work.  She hopes that it is well received and taken in the spirit in which it was written, that of accepting ourselves through humor and love. She is the mother of two wonderful and very precocious girls, Ivy and Madeleine, and married to Mickey Murphy who supports her in all her endeavors.

Mickey Murphy (Accountant/Website)

Mickey has been involved with theater and music since the dawn of time. He enjoys supporting his beautiful wife Annelise, in her dream of running a theatre company. He works behind the scenes doing the grunt work and maintaining this freakin’ amazing website. In between spending time with his darling daughters and keeping his wife sane, Mickey works full time for Title One and plays the clarinet and saxophone in the 23rd Army Band.

Jeff Parkes (Composer)

Jeff has been composing for over fifteen years, and has written music under the direction of Tyler Castleton and Dave Zabriskie. Perhaps his largest work to date was arranging the musical Travels, a story about the life of Marco Polo, which premiered in West Valley City in 2000. Jeff also performs comedy improv and has been involved with the Utah improv troupes Quick Wits and Knock Your Socks Off and currently manages the troupe Absoludicrous. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a BM in Media Music.

Jeremy Tuttle (Film/Video)

Jeremy has a passion for the art of stage and screen. While attending the Art Institute of Salt Lake City for the past year and a half, he has found a deeper appreciation for the arts.

Liz Stone (Executive Secretary)

Liz has never met a spreadsheet or list she didn’t like. She has worked as a detailed oriented Benefit  Specialist at a local health services company and has owned a successful direct sales business.  With the birth of her twins, Liz took a few years to improve her organizations skills as a mother to four  kids under the age of four. Now that all the kids are grown up and in school, she is excited to be back  to the world of emails, phone calls, calendars, and adult conversations.