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Co-Producer
Set Construction
- How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Sound
Set Construction
Transportation & Logistics
- Rumors
Ms. Othmar
Set Construction
- You're a Good Man Charlie Brown
Mr. Renfield
- The Passion of Dracula
Tech and Set Foreman
- Guys and Dolls
Nick Cristano
Props
Set Construction Crew
- Over the River and through the Woods
Set Construction Assistance
- Mame

Lighting & Sound crew
Production Support
Set construction
- Inspecting Carol

Porter Milgrim
- Deathtrap
Billy Idol
Set Construction
Set Design
Stage Manager
Technical Director
- The Wedding Singer
Assistant Executive Director
- Board of Directors
 
Ryan Norrenberns
Ryan Norrenberns (Co-Producer): Ryan is a founding member of the Brass Rail Players, has been involved, in some capacity, with each of its 10 productions. Whether on stage or behind the scenes, Ryan always lends his energy and creativity to making BRP shows the high-quality offerings this community deserves. He serves on the Board of Directors as the Assistant Executive Director, helping to supervise and support the productions. He has appeared as Renfield in “The Passion of Dracula,” Nick in “Over the River and Through the Woods,” Porter Milgrim in “Deathtrap,” as a Billy Idol impersonator in “The Wedding Singer” and played trombone as Ms. Othmar in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Originally from Carlyle, he lives in Belleville with his wife Ellen and their two sons, Jack and Sam; they are expecting a daughter to arrive very soon.
Ryan Norrenberns (Ms. Othmar) a founding member of the Brass Rail Players, has been involved, in some capacity, with each of its eight productions. Whether on stage or behind the scenes, Ryan always lends his energy and creativity to making BRP shows the high-quality offerings this community deserves. He serves on the Board of Directors as the Assistant Executive Director, helping to supervise and support the productions.
Ryan Norrenberns (Mr. Renfield ) - Ryan Norrenberns, a founding member of BRP, has been involved, in some capacity, with each of its first seven productions. Whether on stage or behind the scenes, Ryan always lends his energy and creativity to making BRP shows the high-quality offerings this community deserves.
(*The director would like to personally thank Ryan for his help and support. The show would not have come together without him.)
Ryan Norrenberns – “Nick” The last time Ryan appeared on the BRP stage, he played Richard Hunsaker’s attorney in “Deathtrap” – this time, he is portraying his grandson. This is Ryan’s third BRP show during the fi rst season, starting with the summer musical “The Wedding Singer” as a Billy Idol impersonator. He’s a community theater veteran, dating back to 1992 when he gave an award-winning performance as Nicely-Nicely Johnson in Clinton County Showcase’s “Guys and Dolls.” After a long hiatus, during which time he served his country in the U.S. Army, he’s back doing what he has always loved -- working to provide surprisingly high-quality community theater. He’s on the board of directors of BRP, along with his lovely wife Ellen. They have two young sons, Jack and Sam, and live in Belleville. He also fronts the band “Burning Sensation” (another “The Wedding Singer” reference!) and is part of the BRP improv troupe “Derailed.” He looks forward to acting and directing more BRP productions.
    Ryan Norrenberns
Ryan Norrenberns (Porter Milgrim) has been active in community theatre intermittently since 1992. He most recently served as set designer, stage manager, and in supporting roles as a gay waiter and a Billy Idol impersonator in Brass Rail’s summer production of “The Wedding Singer.” He’s pleased to be back on stage after spending most of that last production behind it. Ryan is a member of the Board of Directors for The Brass Rail Players. He and his wife Ellen live in Belleville with their two sons, Sam and Jack.
Ryan Norrenberns (Billy Idol) Ryan Norrenberns is a community theatre veteran, dating back to 1992 when he gave an award-winning performance as Nicely Nicely in “Guys and Dolls.” After a long hiatus, during which he served his country in the U.S. Army, he’s back doing what he has always loved: working to provide surprisingly high-quality community theatre. He’s on the board of the Brass Rail Players along with his lovely wife, Ellen, and has signed on to stage manage and provide the set design for this summer’s “The Wedding Singer.” His ambitions are to both act and direct in upcoming Brass Rail productions.
 
 
 
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