|Tiffany received her BA in Theatre Education at Emporia State University. She is very excited to be able to fulfill a long time dream by creating She&Her Productions with her beautiful and talented Wife. Upcoming directing projects include: Over The River and Through the Woods at OCTA Other Directing and Designing credits: Jekyll & Hyde, Ordinary Days, Parallel Lives, Next to Normal, Urinetown: The Musical, The Last 5 Years, Neil Simon's Proposals, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The Last Mass at St. Casimirs, The Shape of Things, Black Comedy, STOP KISS, Songs for A New World, Bye Bye Birdie, You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, Cinderella, Music Man, Miss Firecracker Contest. Some favorite acting credits; RENT, Joanne; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Vibrata; Honk!, Cast; Leader of the Pack, Cast; Footloose, Urleen. A special thanks to her family for all of their support through the years. And of course to her wife Jennifer for her love and faith.
||Jennifer Coville-Schweigert is extremely excited to begin her journey with She&Her Productions. Jennifer is originally born in New York, but has lived in the Kansas City area long enough to call it home. She will always be a New York Giants fan though! She has done numerous productions in and around the Kansas City Area, including many commercials and independent films. Her most notable roles include "Velma Kelly" in CHICAGO, "Audrey" in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, "Adelaide" in GUYS AND DOLLS, "Rizzo" in GREASE, "Mimi" in RENT, "Callie" in STOP KISS, "Annie Oakley" in ANNIE GET YOUR GUN, "Martha" in THE CHILDREN'S HOUR, "Sheila" in THE BOYS NEXT DOOR, "Evelyn" in THE SHAPE OF THINGS, "Lucy" in YOU'RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN and most recently, you may have seen her as "Bessie" in MARVIN'S ROOM. She plans to continue to perform as long as possible, and leave all of the Directing up to Tiffany. This has been a long time dream of Jennifer's to start her own theatre company. She would like to thank her ever supporting family, her loving wife, and everyone for continuing to support the arts!