About Board & Staff Theatre Representatives
Board Theatre Representatives
Larry Mabrey has been a professional actor/singer/dancer/director for more than 25 years, and co-founder/Artistic Director of Avalon Theatre Company.  He has worked for theatres from coast-to-coast, has experience in radio, film, TV, commercial, and industrial aspects of the entertainment industry, and has served on many committees as a member of Actors’ Equity Association in Chicago, New York, and St. Louis.  Some of his New York acting credits include: Ten Little Indians (All Souls Players), Closer Than Ever (MTW), Theo Tallis, Tailor (MTW), and Faust In Vitro (LaMaMa E.T.C.).  While in Chicago his appearances included Forever Plaid (Royal George), and The Music Man (Lincolnshire Theatre). He has appeared locally at STAGES St. Louis, The Muny, Theater Factory, Historyonics, and Avalon Theatre…
Denny Reagan is President and CEO of The Muny in St. Louis. Before being named President in 1991, Denny had advanced through the ranks of the outdoor theatre by working as a member of the clean-up team, wardrobe dresser, member of the stage crew, runner/courier, office clerk, office manager, Manager of Theatre Operations and Assistant General Manager. Denny received a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from University of Missouri – St. Louis. With 11,000 seats, The Muny, located in Forest Park, is the world's largest outdoor musical theatre. Each summer from mid-June through mid-August, The Muny produces ageless and contemporary Broadway shows starring some of the best beloved performers from Broadway, film and television. Denny is actively involved with a…
Kim Furlow has lived and worked as a professional actress, singer and voice talent in the St. Louis area for more than 25 years. She continues to perform with such local and regional professional theatres as: Mustard Seed, HotCity, Stray Dog, New Jewish Theatre, New Line, Muddy Waters, Arrowrock Lyceum, Ozark Actor’s Theatre and Dramatic License Productions. Favorite roles include “Sister Aloysius” in DOUBT, A PARABLE (2009 Kevin Kline Award Nominee, Outstanding Actress in a Play); “Matron Mama Morton” in CHICAGO; “Jane” in THE MOST FABULOUS STORY EVER TOLD; and “Jessie Cates” in ‘NIGHT, MOTHER. Kim was a morning show news anchor and sidekick on the nationally-syndicated “Steve and D.C. Morning Show” and the news director for KCMQ-KTGR in Columbia, Missouri. She was a public…
Steven Woolf (Artistic Director of the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis) received his BA in theatre and MFA in directing from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and an honorary doctorate by the University of Missouri St. Louis. He is one of the first recipients of Webster University’s Declaration of Merit. His past direction at The Rep includes You Can’t Take It With You, The Diary of Anne Frank, Frost/Nixon, The History Boys, The Pillowman, Humble Boy, Pirandello’s Henry IV, The Retreat From Moscow, The Crucible, blue/orange, Edward Albee’s The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?, Copenhagen, The Shape of Things, ART, Dinner With Friends, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Closer, Death of a Salesman, Betrayal, As Bees in Honey Drown,…

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