ST. GEORGE — St. George Musical Theater, southern Utah’s oldest community theater, has recently reorganized its board to include a retired CEO, a member of the St. George City Council and a former St. George Musical Theater board member.
Bruce R. Bennett, the St. George Musical Theater executive director said:
With our success and growth comes a need to strengthen our organization, and three outstanding individuals with a tremendous diversity of background and experience have graciously accepted positions on our board.
Joining Bennett and Chairman Dan Olsen are Dimon Mcferson, retired CEO of Nationwide Insurance and former board of trustees member at Ohio State University; Michele Randall, successful businesswoman and current member of the St. George City Council; and Kristine Carter, former St. George Musical Theater board member and active participant in the theater since its inception in the early ’90s.
“Having concluded our second very successful season since our comeback, our organization will rely on these remarkably skilled and supportive individuals to help guide us through our next phase of growth,” Bennett said. “We are honored to have their leadership and grateful for their willingness to serve.”
After only one year back, St. George Musical Theater was voted the second best theater in Southern Utah by readers of The Spectrum and Daily News. The theater recently finished their season with the highly successful production of “My Fair Lady.”