Erica Peterman (Reno Sweeney) – This is Erica’s first production with The Firehouse Theatre and she is honored to join such a talented cast. Erica attended the Meisner Center in Hollywood, CA, and studied voice at the University of Denver. Regional credits include The Drowsy Chaperone (Janet), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie), Make Me A Song (Woman 1/Erica), Oklahoma! in Concert (Laurie) with the Dallas Wind Symphony, South Pacific (Nellie), Jack and the Beanstalk (Mother), Into the Woods (Witch), Guys and Dolls (Adelaide), Grease (Rizzo), A Funny Thing… (Philia), Anything Goes (Hope) and Ah, Wilderness! (Belle). In addition to performing, Erica has been teaching for fifteen years and has a passion for inspiring and nurturing young artists and their spirit for growth. She and her husband, Shane, co-own The Acting Studio ( Huge thank you to Doug Miller for giving her this opportunity and to the entire production team for all of their hard work and support. Love to Shane, Bowie and Rhett – you are my everything. 

Jon Morehouse (Moonface Martin) is thrilled to be on stage with The Firehouse Theatre. He has appeared for many years with Garland Summer Musicals, Garland Civic Theater and Grand Prairie Arts Council. He has enjoyed several seasons with Level Ground Arts, Death Camp Productions and Uptown Players. Past credits also include numerous musicals with Lyric Stage. Hopefully, many more years of performing around the Metroplex are ahead! Thank you, Doug, for remembering me and taking a chance. This is a great ride!

Alena Cardenez (Hope Harcourt) was last seen as streetwise Sister Robert Anne (NUNSENSE) at MainStage Irving and sassy rebel Rizzo (GREASE) at Garland Summer Musicals, so she’s happy to be switching gears playing the soft and demure Hope Harcourt. She feels privileged to work with this exceptional team and talented cast! 

Alexia Jones (Erma) Is so thrilled to be a part of The Firehouse Theatre’s production of Anything Goes! This will be her third official show with The Firehouse. Alexia thanks the cast and crew for making this experience more joyful than she could ever have imagined! She would also like to thank her friends and family specifically naming her Mother and Father, Zach, & The Sampson/Welch family. She is grateful for the unending encouragement from two very special people Alyssa P. and Matthew M. Alexia would like to dedicate her performance to her late Friend Nolan (Jaymie) James. 

Cole Cloutier (Lord Evelyn Oakliegh) is joyed to set sail with this amazingly talented and supportive bunch of sailors with Anything Goes! A Dallas native, he received a Bachelor of Music from Oklahoma City University and toured internationally as a performer with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Other credits include: Hairspray with Dallas Theatre Center, Junie B Jones with Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, and Six Flags Over Texas. He’d like to thank his parents, Benjamin, and the “broskis” for all their love and encouragement. What ho, Enjoy the show!

Dan Servetnick (Elisha Whitney) has appeared as Daddy Cane/Bright Star: Concert Version, Sir/Side Show, Percival Browne/The Boy Friend, Marcello/Oswald, Harry/Mamma Mia, Ackerman/The Cuban and the Redhead, Harold/The Full Monty, Zach/A Chorus Line, Johnny Marco/A Minor Case of Murder, Charlemagne/Pippin, Ernst Ludwig/Cabaret, Murray/It Shoulda Been You, Signor Nacarelli/A Light in the Piazza, Adult Male/Spring Awakening, Larry/Company, Mr. Banks/Mary Poppins, Michael 3/I Do! I Do! I Do! I Do!, and Mr. Laurence/Little Women. Dan has also made several appearances in film and television and is represented by the Callidus Agency.

Preston Isham (Billy Crocker) is glad to be back on stage at The Firehouse Theatre. He last appeared on the Firehouse Theatre stage as Emmett Forrest in LEGALLY BLONDE. Favorite roles he’s performed include Jerry Lukowski in THE FULL MONTY and Mike Costa in A CHORUS LINE at MainStage Irving-Las Colinas. A very heartfelt thank you goes to his wife, Caitlin Martelle. You’re the top.

Ivy Opdyke (Evangeline Harcourt) is delighted to make her debut at The Firehouse Theatre and work with Doug Miller again. Previous roles include Latrell (A Very Sordid Wedding) Uptown Players, Sister Mary-Martin-of-Tours (Sister Act), Anne Marie (A Doll’s House) both at WaterTower Theatre, Mrs. Grace (A Man of No Importance), Mother Superior (Nunsense), Mrs. Medlock (The Secret Garden), Agnes 4 (I Do, I Do) all with Brick Road Theatre, Stella Livingston (Light Up The Sky) Theatre Three, Mrs. Chandler (The Gazebo) Mainstage, and Aronetta Gibbs (Morning’s at Seven) Rover Dramawerks. Ivy thanks her husband Bob for his encouragement always and this show’s company for nurturing spirits and kindness. Rest in peace Daniel.

Gordon Barns (Luke) makes his stage debut in Anything Goes! He has been a singing member of the Turtle Creek Chorale since 2016. His love for music has opened a new path to musical theatre and he is thrilled to join the cast of Anything Goes. Gordon thanks his husband for his support & patience while he has prepared for this new adventure.

Alex Hanson (John) – Anything Goes marks Alex’s second on stage performance and his debut with The Firehouse Theatre. His previous work was starring as Warren Straub in This Is Our Youth at Addison Theatre Centre. Alex is thrilled to be a part of this legendary show.

Jason Hallman (Ship’s Captain) is a Dallas area resident who hails from Beaumont, Texas. He attended Lamar University and majored in Music and Dance. He received his formal dance training with Beaumont Ballet Theatre and was a member of The Bruce Wood Dance Company of Fort Worth. His most recent stage credits include Red Sauders in Lil and Satchmo, Dr.Fine/Dr. Madden in Next to Normal, Checkers Clark in Bubbling Brown Sugar, Jackie in The Wild Party, Tinman in The Wiz, Jerome in Naughty But Nice, Eat Moe in Five Guys Named Moe, Merab in Aida, and Joe in Showboat.

Malik Offor (Bishop Henry T. Dobson), a native Austinite, went to Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth where he graduated with a BFA in Acting in 2020.  He is very excited to return to the Firehouse stage for the first time since 2019 when he was in Sideshow. Some of his prior credits include Horton the Elephant (Seussical), Featured Performer (Godspell), and The Three-Legged  Man (Sideshow). In his down time, Malik loves to test his baking experiments on his roommates and care for his many plants at home. 

Sydney Hamil (Ship’s Purser) is fresh out of college! She graduated from UTA with a BFA in Musical Theatre. She has always loved the music of Cole Porter and is so excited to be a part of Anything Goes. Some of her notable roles are Billie Bendix in Nice Work if You Can Get It, Karessa in Tick…Tick…Boom!, and a Featured Lady in Jerry’s Girls. She also just wrapped up working with dinosaurs at Jurassic World: The Exhibition in The Colony. She’d like to thank her amazing family and friends for their endless support! 

Ally Guba (Purity) is so excited to join the cast of Anything Goes in her first production at The Firehouse Theatre! Dallas credits include Garland Summer Musicals’ Grease, My Fair Lady, and West Side story, as well as Dallas Children’s Theatre’s Twas the Night Before Christmas. Favorite roles include Into the Woods (Bakers Wife), Les Miserables (Cosette), and Beauty and the Beast (Babette). Love to Dad, Merry and Scooby. 

Rachel Nabarrete (Chastity) is delighted to be making her debut with The Firehouse Theatre. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a BFA in Acting and a Minor in Dance. Some of Rachel’s credits include Vanessa from In The Heights, Zaneeta Shinn from The Music Man, and a dancer/singer with Six Flags Over Texas. She is currently active with the Texas Live! Lonestar Dance Team and teaches various genres of dance at Dallas Ballet Center. Rachel would like to thank her family, friends, and directors for the amazing support along the way!

Kelsey Jordan Ward (Charity) is so excited to be back for her 3rd show with The Firehouse! Most recently she was seen in Elf The Musical as Ensemble/Dance Captain (The Firehouse Theatre), Jack Frost as Flurry (Casa Mañana), and Bare: A Pop Opera as Ivy (Theater Uncovered). Outside of performing, Kelsey is also a choreographer for multiple DFW high school musical theater programs as well as high school show choirs. Kelsey will also be serving as choreographer for Big Fish at The Firehouse in May. She would like to thank her friends and family for their constant support as well as Doug, Megan, Leah, Hans, and Owen for their constant guidance and trust. Enjoy the show!

Anna Holmes (Virtue) is new to The Firehouse Theatre and the DFW area. She graduated with her BFA in Musical Theatre from West Texas A&M in May and has been performing ever since. When not onstage she spends her time crocheting and managing her cats twitter @fishisonline_. You can catch her this summer performing at Six Flags Over Texas.

Josh Cooley (Sailor) sings and performs throughout Texas and has appeared in productions of RENT! (Angel), Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Seussical, The Sound of Music, Gypsy, A Christmas Carol, Annie Get Your Gun, 42nd Street, and Carousel. He has been a featured soloist for multiple music groups and ensembles in DFW and is a member of Credo Community Choir and Encore Alumni Chorale. Josh studied vocal performance at Texas State University before pursuing a career in Graphic Arts. He works as a Creative Director and corporate Graphic Designer. The Firehouse Theatre debut!

Jake Kelly Harris (Sailor) is thrilled to be making his debut at The Firehouse Theatre in this production of “Anything Goes.” He was last seen in Stolen Shakespeare’s Holiday Inn.” His favorite roles include Phil Davis in White Christmas, Hortensio in Kiss Me Kate, Chuck in Footloose, Harry the Horse in Guys and Dolls, and Frank in Seven Brides For Seven Brothers. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of North Texas in Theatre Performance. He would like to thank his beautiful wife, Maegan, and daughter, Eva, for supporting his passion! 

Evan Jennings (Sailor) is so excited to be performing in his first show with The Firehouse Theatre. Evan is 17 and attends the NTPA Academy and Collin College where he is pursuing his Associates in Commercial Music. Evan’s previous roles include Jean Valjean (Les Miserables), Jekyll & Hyde (Jekyll & Hyde), Jason Dean (Heathers), and Sir Toby Belch (Twelfth Night). Evan wants to thank Doug and the rest of the creative team for trusting him in this process and for helping him be the best performer he can.

Will Shafer (Sailor/Billy Crocker & Lord Evelyn Oakleigh u/s) is so glad to be back on the Firehouse stage! DFW credits include: Theatre Arlington, Lyric Stage, Zilker Theatre Productions, NTPA Rep, and more. He would like to thank Megan, Doug, Hans, and the entire production team for giving him this opportunity. You can catch him next in Big Fish here at The Firehouse in May. Enjoy the show! Coastal Carolina BFA MT ‘21 @willshaferthemusical 

Emily Dye (Passenger #1/Erma u/s, Angel Swing) The Firehouse debut! You may have seen her in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder at Theatre Frisco and this summer she will be in Legally Blonde at Garland Summer Musicals. She would like to thank Doug, Megan, Hans, and the entire production team for this opportunity. Coastal Carolina BFA MT ‘21 @emilydye98

Leah Flores (Passenger/Ship’s Purser u/s, Angel Swing/Choreographer) is thrilled to be back working with Firehouse Theater on the production side. She was most recently seen in Firehouse’s  production of ‘In the Heights’.  Leah has her BA in Dance Studies, focusing on choreographic artistry and performance, from Texas Woman’s University. Her past theatre choreographic projects include was Theatre Frisco’s ‘Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder’ and NTPA Reperatory’s ‘In The Heights’. She is also set to choreograph NTPA Rep ‘s productions of ‘Legally Blonde’ & ‘The SpongeBob Musical’. She is also a performer as well and her favorite past roles include Connie McKenzie in A Chorus (Las Colinas-Mainstage), Marty in Grease (TCC), Andrina in The Little Mermaid (NTPA Rep) and many others. She is so excited to continue to grow as a performer and choreographer in the DFW! @missleahbelle1

Ashley B. Jones (Passenger) is more than excited to be back at The Firehouse Theatre performing in Anything Goes! This is her 3rd time performing on the Firehouse stage and she could not be prouder to tap alongside her fellow cast members. She’d like to thank the cast and crew for allowing her on this journey.



Doug Miller (Director) – Doug is the Musical Theater Conservatory Director at Dallas Children’s Theater. He has directed locally at Theatre Three, Uptown Players, WaterTower Theatre, Kitchen Dog Theatre, Echo Theatre, Brick Road Theatre, Dallas Children’s Theater, One Thirty Productions, MainStage, Our Productions Theatre Co., Second Thought Theatre, as well as several National Tours. Doug has received the Dallas Theatre League, The Column, Dallas Observer, and the prestigious DFW Critics Forum awards for acting & directing. Some of his favorite acting roles include The Baker in Into the Woods; Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors; Cosmo in Singin’ in the Rain; and Finch in How to Succeed in Business. He is the former Performance Director/Choreographer for Barney & Friends (PBS) and is a proud union actor. He would like to thank this amazing cast and team for their hard work. They are all just De-lovely. Enjoy your sail with us! Bon Voyage!

Hans Grim (Music Director) met his wife twenty-four years ago when he was playing in the pit for a college production of Anything Goes and his wife was starring as Hope Harcourt. That summer, Hans was on stage in his first musical with Doug Miller at Granbury Opera House. Several shows later, he is thrilled to still be making music with both Doug and his lovely wife Mary Gilbreath Grim, and to finally be making his Firehouse debut with this fantastic cast and crew. 

Megan Kelly Bates (Co-Choreographer) is delighted to be working with The Firehouse for the first time! Mrs. Bates has choreographed shows all over the DFW area including Theater Three, WaterTowerTheater, JubileeTheatre, and Main Stage Irving to name a few. Megan is no stranger to the stages in the DFW area and was named Best Actress in D Magazine’s 2013 “Best Of” for her performance in Avenue Q.

Leah Flores (Co-Choreographer) is thrilled to be back working with Firehouse Theater on the production side. She was most recently seen in Firehouse’s  production of ‘In the Heights’.  Leah has her BA in Dance Studies, focusing on choreographic artistry and performance, from Texas Woman’s University. Her past theatre choreographic projects include was Theatre Frisco’s ‘Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder’ and NTPA Reperatory’s ‘In The Heights’. She is also set to choreograph NTPA Rep ‘s productions of ‘Legally Blonde’ & ‘The SpongeBob Musical’. She is also a performer as well and her favorite past roles include Connie McKenzie in A Chorus (Las Colinas-Mainstage), Marty in Grease (TCC), Andrina in The Little Mermaid (NTPA Rep) and many others. She is so excited to continue to grow as a performer and choreographer in the DFW! @missleahbelle1

Tiffany Bergh (Stage Manager/Props Design) has loved working on her first show at The Firehouse Theatre! She has enjoyed roles in stage management, props, set dressing, wardrobe, sound and light board, and running deck crew. Her credits include Kiss Me Kate, Ravenscroft, Boeing Boeing, Night of the Iguana, Pride and Prejudice, The Bad Seed, Ragtime, Newsies, A Chorus Line, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Elf the Musical and Anything Goes.  

Rodney Dobbs (Set Design) is excited to be doing his first set design for The Firehouse Theatre and thrilled to be back working with long time friend and collaborator, Doug Miller, AND working on one of his very favorite shows! Rodney has been actively involved in the Dallas Theatre scene since 1978. He co-founded the Pocket Sandwich Theatre with Joe Dickinson in 1980 and retired from there last December as Artistic Director and Resident Set Designer. He has designed hundreds of sets for theatres around the Metroplex and taught Technical Theatre at both High School and College levels. Recent set designs elsewhere include: “A Few Good Men” (which he also directed) for the Garage Door Theater in Pilot Point, “Prime Time for Murder” for Pegasus Theatre and “Over the River and Through the Woods” for Theatre Frisco.

John Moss (Lighting Designer)

Dayna Dutton (Costume Designer) is excited to continue working with The Firehouse Theater as the resident Costume Designer extraordinaire. A graduate of University of Central Oklahoma with a Bachelors of Fine Arts emphasis in costume design. She has enjoyed working with The Firehouse Theatre, as well as Utah Festival Opera, and has worked on over 80 productions during her time as a costumer. Dayna is grateful for the love and support of her Husband and three children. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Michael Marbry (Sound Designer) is excited to be returning to The Firehouse Theatre. Previous shows he’s worked on include Bright Star, Once on this Island, Oswald, and Cats. He is currently studying theatre technical design at the University of North Texas and is set to graduate in Spring of 2022. He would like to thank Owen Beans for giving him the opportunity to work on this production.


DAVID R. MOORE, MBAExecutive Director – David has been Executive Director at The Firehouse Theatre since 2014 assisting with vision, strategy, structure, management, and marketing relationships. He serves as an Ex-Officio member of the Board of Directors, as well as on the Strategic Planning, Funds Development, Finance, and Governance Committees. For over 30 years he served as a corporate executive at The Bonneau Company, Fossil, Inc., and Visionworks, and currently provides consulting services to various clients. He also serves as Chair of the Planning and Zoning Commission for the City of Farmers Branch, as well as on the Advisory Board of The Warehouse Ministry in Georgia. He holds a BBA and MBA in Marketing and Management from Dallas Baptist University. David and his wife Cindy have lived in Farmers Branch for over 50 years and are blessed with three children, their spouses, two precious granddaughters and two fabulous grandsons.

MARSHA VALENTI – Operations & Admin Director – Marsha began as a volunteer at The Firehouse Theatre in 2017 and joined the staff in November, 2018. Her responsibilities at The Firehouse include Patron Services, Volunteer Services, Facilities, Office Management and  Administration and Marketing as well as serving as the Staff Liaison to the Board of Directors. Originally from Oklahoma (proud Okie, just ask her!), she has lived in Farmers Branch over 35 years. When not at the theatre, Marsha is typically hanging out with her daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren or wrangling the cat and dog. Ask for her and say hello while you’re here!

OWEN BEANS – Associate Producer – Owen is an Actor and Producer for theater and film. He has served on the Advisory Board at The Firehouse Theatre for the past 6 years and is excited to be joining the Firehouse family in a producing capacity. Owen has been seen on stages in New York City, as well as prominent theaters across the country including Surflight Theatre, Totem Pole Playhouse, The Legacy Theatre, Cortland Rep, and Dallas Children’s Theatre. Most recently he appeared as part of the inaugural tour cast of Kinky Boots aboard the Norwegian Encore. Additionally, Owen has worked as a Theatre Educator, Director, Music Director, Wardrobe Supervisor, Casting Assistant, and Dramaturg. He has also served as a producer on the short film Love as well as the upcoming Show Cat. Originally from Greenville, IL, Owen returns to Dallas after spending the past several years living and working in NYC with his tremendously talented wife, Ally Beans, and the best cockapoo in the world, Winston. Owen holds a BFA in Theatre from Abilene Christian University and is a member of Actors Equity Association. @OwenBeans.