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Helmers has been content to be involved with theater offstage.
After years of calling volunteers, organizing mailings, counting
money, making cookies, etc., she has decided to find out what
the excitement is all about. Edna's husband Gary is also very
active in theater. Their 8-year-old son Robert has even been seen
on and off stage at Gothic North. And if you didn't think that
was enough to keep any woman busy, Edna is a CPA for Strong, McPherson
& Co. here in Reno.
has been acting, directing and working behind the scenes in local
community theater for 10 years now. In fact, it was Gothic North's
first show in 1990 in which he made his debut. Now 40 some shows
later he's still wondering how he got here. He'd like to thank
the cast and crew for doing all the hard work. Most of all he'd
like to thank his wife Edna and son Robert for all their support.
Robertson is Executive Director of Gothic North Theater as well
as being and Office Manager, mother of two teenage boys, skydiver,
figure skater, ballerina, world traveler and the planet's foremost
authority on everything. She also likes to daydream! Her ability
to believe in the possibilities of dreams while living in the
real world is what has given her the faith to steer Gothic North
for the past four years. Her most recent acting role was as Martha
in 'Strange Snow' for Reno Little Theater and later this season
at Gothic North she dons her Directing hat for William Inge's
'Bus Stop.' She wishes to thank her husband and children for their
tolerance of a life's passion that takes her away from home so
often. She also wishes to thank the audience for coming to this
performance because in community theater, "They also serve...who
sit and watch."
moved to Reno three years ago because "I have friends here who
help me keep my insanity," Susan Snook is new to Gothic North
Theater, and hopes to continue in local theater for as long as
they will have her.
the age of six, David Zybert has been annoying audiences as an
actor, director, singer & writer, but not, thank goodness, as
a dancer. His credits are many and varied. He has done television,
film and his first love, theater. He is a cofounder of two theater
groups, one in Southern California and one in Reno. Born with
a twisted outlook on life and a bizarre talent for free association
and bad puns, David has finally found peace, home and family in