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ROGER CRUZ (Stage Manager)

Roger has been an actor/tech member of Theatre West for fifteen years. He's called the cues for such shows as MORNINGS AT SEVEN, DANCING AT LUGHNASA, THE PRICE, SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY, Lee Meriwether's THE WOMEN OF SPOON RIVER, NUNSENSE, BETTY GARRETT: CLOSET SONGWRITER, ACTING: THE FIRST SIX LESSONS with Beau and Emily Bridges, and DINNER WITH FRIENDS to name a few. Roger is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association. Roger's favorite quote is "What's-his-name taught me how to improve my memory."

JEFF G. RACK (Set Designer)

Jeff has been designing award-winning sets for 20 years, and considers himself primarily a storyteller, whether he is designing, directing, or writing. His other designs here include Requiem for a Heavyweight, The Lion in Winter, Dancing at Lughnasa, Falling Upward, Waiting in the Wings, Gaslight, and most recently, Goodbye, Louie...Hello. Jeff just finished directing a production of Molly Sweeny in Ventura, and is one of the creators of Wicked Lit, which takes new adaptations of classic horror stories and stages them in alternative venues, including Greystone Mansion and a mausoleum and cemetery. Go to to check it out. Jeff is also involved in Production Design, Sculpting and EFX work for the film industry, having worked on Planet of the Apes, Armageddon, Flubber, Con-Air, and Universal Studios' Back to the Future ride.

DAVID JOHNSON (Sound Design)

David would like to thank Dina, Steve, Zeke and Peter for the opportunity to work on this fantastic and fun production. In addition to working sound design for several shows right here at Theatre West, David is also an award-winning writer/composer. His best known piece, Sally Spectre the Musical has recently played in Los Angeles. But for the moment, he'd like you all to sit back and enjoy Moose on the Loose!


Phil is L.A.'s most active theatre publicist, representing over 100 live attractions annually in Los Angeles and San Diego Counties. Also an actor, he most recently appeared on the Theatre West stage in "Pop. 7" and "Falling Upward."

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