Anacortes Community Theatre
TJ Fantini started on ACT’s stage as a teenager, but has made his way back onstage recently in “That’s My Department” and “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”, as well as making his directorial debut with “9 to 5: The Musical.”
The Administration Committee oversees the employees and bi-laws of the Anacortes Community Theatre.
Beth Greatorex has been involved at ACT for twelve years. She recently directed “Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike” and “Shakespeare In Love” for the ACT main stage.
The Program Committee oversees productions at Anacortes Community Theatre.
Jessica Guzik has been involved at ACT for eight years. She has been seen onstage in shows like “Three Times A Bridesmaid” and “The Drowsy Chaperone.” She also teaches for the Class ACT program and frequently designs lights for our main stage shows.
The Finance Committee establishes the Anacortes Community Theatre budget and oversees the finances of the theatre and its productions.
Board Vice President
Ron Wohl has been involved with ACT for twenty years. He has been seen in numerous shows onstage including “Calendar Girls”, “Young Frankenstein” and “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.”
The Development Committee oversees fundraising efforts and volunteer recruitment for Anacortes Community Theatre.
Fin made her ACT debut two years ago in “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever”, and her children have been very involved with the Class ACT program.
The Education Committee oversees the Class ACT School of Performing Arts, Free Adult Acting Class and Adult Workshops at Anacortes Community Theatre.
Heather DeGroot has been involved at ACT for three years. She has been seen onstage in shows like “Young Frankenstein” and can be found backstage running the stage manager’s desk in shows like “James and The Giant Peach.” Heather also teaches for the Class ACT program.
The Marketing Committee oversees show advertising, program ads and the theatre’s social media presence.
Bob Lundquist has been involved with ACT for many years. He is very active working on sets and building maintenance, but he has been seen in numerous shows onstage, most recently in “Shakespeare In Love”.
The Facilities Committee oversees the maintenance and improvement of the ACT main building and Annex location.