About She & Her:
Artistic Director & Board Treasurer
Producer & Board President
|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. Directing and Designing credits: High Fidelity, Sweeney Todd, Into The Woods, Over The River and Through the Woods, 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 |
Production Stage Manager & She&Her Secretary
Nicole Brewer Any free time Nicole had outside of school and work was spent at her high school and college theatres. She has worked onstage and off in shows such as Hello Dolly!, Steel Pier, Arsenic and Old Lace, You Can't Take It With You, Inherit the Wind, Proof, and more festivals of one acts than she can count. After spending the last four years away from anything theatre-related, she dove back in by stage managing The Shape of Things, She&Her Production's first show. Since then she has worked on the Barn Player's: High Fidelity, The Producers, The Last 5 Years, Parallel Lives, Bell Road Barn Player's Black Comedy, Proposals OCTA's 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Independence Community Theatre's The Last Mass at St. Casimirs and She&Her's You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Urinetown: The Musical, Jekyll & Hyde, Next to Normal, Into the Woods
Advisory Board Members
Michael Bunn has been involved in Kansas City Area Theater for the last 21 years. Recently, he has performed with Olathe Community Theatre Association as well as the Bell Road Barn Players. You may see Michael around town with his band Minstrel Periods. Michael is so excited for the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of She & Her Productions.
J. Preston Schell is a graduate of Wichita State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theatre. While at WSU, he appeared in Oklahoma!, A Chorus Line (Mark) and Into The Woods (Cinderella's Father). He also musically directed Personals, Romance, Romance, Anything Goes, and Pippin, which was invited to the American College Theatre Festival regional competition in St. Louis, MO. Preston served as Audience Services Manager at the Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center for three years before making the move and calling Kansas City home. Special thanks to Tiffany and Jennifer for providing a home and a family within the Kansas City theatre scene.
Amanda Rhodes has studied technical/design theater at Northwest Missouri State University. She has worked on a few small
productions since her return to Kansas City. Ordinary Days was the first production of She&Her
she had the privilige of working on as Assistant Stage Manager. She has a serious passion for
all things performance art, and is proud to be part of such a dedicated organization.
Vicki Kerns has been involved with community theatre for over 30 years.She recievedher B.A. in Theatre from Missouri Western in St. Josephy, Mo.and for over 20 years, performed in local and college production there. During her last year in St. Joe, Vicki was also the Designer and Technical Director forRobidouzResident Theatre. After moving to Kansas City in 2000, she has performed in many venues around the city and also co-authored and performed in the stageact MentalPause: Hot Flash Wenches, at the KC Renaissance Festival. From being on stage to building sets to accompanying on the piano, Vicki enjoys being involved in any and all phasesof aproduction and is proud to be a part of She&Her Productions.
Resident TechnicianBrendan Kerr started doing theater at the age of 11 and never stopped loving it. His passion is Lighting and Sound, but he has been on stage a few times. His first role was The Baker in Into The Woods Jr. but has also been Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, Mr. Lundie inBrigadoon, and General Bullmoose in Lil’ Abner. He’s done work for various bands and choirs around town, and has run or sometimes designed Sound or Lights for several shows, including Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,Jesus Christ Superstar, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change; And all that before She and Her called him up. Some people also say he has a good singing voice, but he usually doesn’t believe them. Usually.