Pamela Anglero’ (DIRECTOR) was born and raised in Lakeland, Fl. where she studied arts, focusing on Musical Theatre from a very young age. Pamela worked in Central Orlando for over 10+ years, performing in live shows and with the characters at Disney World, Universal Studios, Seaworld, Legoland and most recently, Disney Cruise Line. As a recent Dallas resident, Pam has had the pleasure of performing as Nina in In the Heights and Veronica Sawyer in Heathers at NTPA REP and Karen the Computer at The Firehouse Theatre! She has also had the pleasure of being Interim Artistic Director/Director with NTPA REP, assisting in the growth and re-vision of their Rep program as well as Adjunct Director with NTPA Children’s Theatre in Plano. Her upcoming project(s) include directing The Wizard of Oz at NTPA Children’s Theatre in Dallas!
Billy Veer (MUSIC DIRECTOR) is thrilled to make his Firehouse debut as Music Director for Hello, Dolly! Recent music direction credits include: Rent, Heathers, and Evita with NTPA Repertory Theatre, and Gavroche, Cinderella Youth Edition, and Annie Youth Edition with NTPA Plano. Billy graduated Carnegie Mellon in 2014 and works as an actor, singer, songwriter, and music director in DFW. He lives in Dallas with his spouse Taylor and cats Binx and Aggie
Victoria Anee Lee (CHOREOGRAPHER) This is Victoria’s first time choreographing with The Firehouse Theatre. She is a graduate of Abilene Christian University with a BFA in musical theatre. She later attended Syracuse University’s Tepper Semester program in NYC. Victoria debuted her choreography at Regional Dance America Southwest Adjudication with Abilene Ballet Theatre. She has since choreographed at Abilene Christian University, First Colleyville, Imprint Theatreworks, Stolen Shakespeare Guild, and Grand Prairie Arts Council. Her works include Cabaret, West Side Story, Secret Garden, Seussical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Blood Brothers, and Hands on a Hardbody. Victoria would like to thank this amazing team and The Firehouse for letting her choreograph a dream show, as well as her family and husband, Benjamin, for the constant love and support.
Katie Irwin (STAGE MANAGER) is delighted to be back for her second show at The Firehouse Theatre having stage managed last season’s Violet! She has had her hand in many different theatre positions throughout the years, loving to just be a part of the magic. During the school year, she teaches theatre to amazing kids at Medlin Middle School in Trophy Club. She would like to thank her husband, Toby, and her cat, Clementine, for all their love and support and for allowing her to be away from home.
Maggie Sproul (SCENIC DESIGNER) is passionate about helping to create theatre magic! Spring of 2022, during her first show back after college, she fell in love with the art all over again. Maggie has enjoyed learning more about technical theatre as she steps into her leadership role here at The Firehouse Theatre. She uses her creative skills to help bring the director’s vision to life with scenic design and costumes. Maggie grew up acting, costuming, stage managing and scenic designing for a local children’s theatre and could have never imagined the privilege to turn her passion into a career.
Dayna Dutton (COSTUME DESIGNER) is excited to continue working with The Firehouse Theater as their resident Costume Designer extraordinaire having costumed Bright Star: Concert Version, Legally Blonde, Elf in 2021. Then Anything Goes, Big Fish, Violet, Catch Me If You Can, and Beauty and The Beast in 2022, and this season’s Spamalot! Also last summer she designed Shrek and Beauty and the Beast for Acting Studio Productions. 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. Dayna is grateful for the love and support of her Husband and three children. She hopes you enjoy the show!
Gabe Coleman (LIGHTING DESIGNER) is excited to be back at The Firehouse Theatre! Previous Firehouse credits include Matilda, Bright Star: Concert Version, Big Fish, The SpongeBob Musical, and Monty Python’s Spamalotl. He made his design debut with the June Shelton School in 2018 and has designed their most recent productions of Shrek The Musical and Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. Gabe is thankful for the support he receives from his friends and family. Enjoy the show!
Dylan Hearn (SOUND DESIGNER) is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design with a BFA in Sound Design. He has worked on multiple short films, animations, and theatrical productions. Some including; Le Pagine del Destino, Blast Force Turbo, and Our Side. Dylan has experience as a Re-Recording Mixer, Supervising Sound Editor, Sound Designer, and Audio Engineer. He was the Vice President of 3rd ACT which produced three theatrical productions a year, along with special events that encourage more people to get involved in theatre. His love of both theatre and film pushes him to be a sound designer that blends the two realms of media and creates something new.
Hannah Tolle (PROPS DESIGNER) is excited to be back at The Firehouse for Hello, Dolly!! Hannah has previously stage managed The Firehouse Theatre’s productions of Spamalot, Beauty and the Beast, The Spongebob Musical, Catch Me If You Can, Big Fish, Bright Star: Concert Version, Elf The Musical, and A Year With Frog and Toad. Hannah is a Farmers Branch native and graduate of RL Turner High School where she also stage managed many productions. She has also spent time as a production assistant on many a set in Los Angeles.