Cynthia Fleming, Executive Producer
Cynthia has been in the world of dance and theatre professionally for over 35 years, during which time she performed in the Broadway, National, and International companies of A CHORUS LINE. In 1978, as a U of U Theatre student, her performing relationship with Salt Lake Acting Company began. Since 1995 she has worn many hats at SLAC, including Choreographer, Director, Box Office Manager, and Director of Audience Services. She conceived and created the position of Director of Communication and Audience Development and assembled a communication team which generated renewed energy and excitement before taking on her current title of Executive Producer. Cynthia remains a working artist in the theatre and has choreographed SATURDAY'S VOYEUR for 14 years and has directed for three years. She has choreographed many SLAC productions including THE PERSIAN QUARTER, GO, DOG. GO! BAT BOY THE MUSICAL, AND WATER LILIES from CABBIES, COWBOYS, AND THE TREE OF THE WEEPING VIRGIN. Cynthia is proud to serve SLAC, and its mission to develop and produce vital new work.
Keven Myhre, Executive Producer
In his 19th season with the company, Keven manages all production aspects of the plays SLAC presents. He received the Mayor's Artist Award in the Performing Arts category in 2009 and was awarded the 2008 City Weekly Award for directing THE CLEAN HOUSE and MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS; he most recently directed BLOODY, BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON in SLAC's current season and RED in the 11/12 Season. Having previously served as Producing Director as well as Resident Designer, and he has designed all of SLAC's sets and many of the costumes for the last seventeen years. He has also designed sets for the Grand Theatre, Sundance Theatre, Pioneer Memorial Theatre, Utah Musical Theatre, the Egyptian Theatre, Kingsbury Hall and the Babcock Theatre. His work for the Utah Arts Festival includes site design for the 20th Anniversary celebration. Keven earned his BFA at the University of Utah and his MFA in Theatre at the University of Michigan.
Janice Jenson, Company Manager
Janice joined SLAC in March 2011 as Stage Manager and is excited to make the transition to Company Manager. Before her work at SLAC, Janice stage managed at multiple Utah theatres, including the Egyptian Theatre and Dark Horse Company Theatre. She received her degree in Theatre Arts from BYU.
Erika Ahlin, Marketing Director
Erika graduated with a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Mass Communication and Strategic Communication from the University of Utah in 2012. Erika joined the Communication & Audience Development Team at Salt Lake Acting Company in September 2012 and was promoted to Marketing Director in 2014. Along with audience relations, Erika specializes in the graphic design needs for the theatre and managing SLAC's social media presence. In addition to her efforts at SLAC, Erika is the co-owner of Rocket Rebellion, a retro-inspired boutique.
Randall Eames, Communication Director
Randall graduated Magna Cum Laude from Weber State University in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts with an emphasis in Acting and Directing. After appearing in Salt Lake Acting Company's 2011 production of SATURDAY'S VOYEUR, Randall began working in the Box Office. Later he was promoted to the Communication & Audience Development Team and finally to the role of Communication Director. He focuses his talents on advertising and graphic design for the theatre. He has also enjoyed several roles on the SLAC stage.
Logan Froerer, Director of Development
Logan graduated cum laude from the University of Utah in 2013, with degrees in English and political science. While there, he served as editor of both The Daily Utah Chronicle's editorial page, as well as the Hinckley Journal of Politics, the only undergraduate journal of politics in the nation. He began working at SLAC during evenings as an outside house manager in 2012, spent time teaching in Mexico City and Detroit, and has returned to coordinate SLAC's grants and fundraising efforts.
Nick Fleming, Communication and Audience Development Team
Nick joined Salt Lake Acting Company in 2010 as a member of the box office team. In September 2013, he was promoted to the Communication and Audience Development Team where he handles all the tech needs of the theatre's administrative network. He is currently attending the University of Utah, and plays in the band Show Me Island.
Taylor Knuth, Communication and Audience Development Team
Taylor graduated from Weber State University in 2014 in Musical Theatre with an emphasis in Stage Management and Scenic Design. In June of 2014 he came to Salt Lake Acting Company where he now handles print ads and marketing on the Communication and Audience Development Team.
John Downing, Accountant
John moved to Salt Lake City from Indiana where he helped run his family owned bowling center for many years. He joined Salt Lake Acting Company in 2014. When not working at SLAC, he is kept busy by four and a half year old twins.