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Lighting Design
- The Man Who Came to Dinner
Lights
- How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Tech Crew
- Guys and Dolls
Set construction
Lighting & Sound crew
- Inspecting Carol
Clifford Anderson
- Deathtrap
Robbie Hart
Lighting Design
Set Construction
Sound Design
- The Wedding Singer
 
Z. Ranger Rogers
Z. Ranger Rogers (Lights): Zach teaches English and theatre at Belleville East High School, and appeared on this very stage in 17 high school productions at Belleville West. He has appeared in two BRP shows, as Robbie Hart in “The Wedding Singer” and as Clifford in “Deathtrap,” and has worked on tech for “Guys and Dolls” and “Inspecting Carol.” A graduate of Northwestern University, he is working on his Ph.D. at Saint Louis University. He will appear in “Noises Off” this September as part of the East faculty show.
Z. Ranger Rogers (Clifford) teaches English and Theatre at Belleville East High School, yet in a way he feels like a student again on this stage tonight. During his high school career at Belleville West, he was fortunate enough to be directed by both Richard Hunsaker and Janet Kuehn in their productions of “Androcles and the Lion,” “Pippin,” “The Mousetrap,” “South Pacific,” “Damn Yankees,” and “The Music Man.” He is honored to have the opportunity to return to this stage and share this experience with two past directors who helped to shape his love of theatre. Most recently Ranger appeared in the Brass Rail Players’ production of “The Wedding Singer” as Robbie Hart and he is thrilled to be a part of the troupe’s second production.
Z. Ranger Rogers
Z. Ranger Rogers (Robbie) is thrilled to be back for his 18th performance on the "old West stage." Ranger teaches English, film, and drama at Belleville East High School, where he is blessed to work each year with some of Belleville’s most talented teenagers both in the classroom and on stage. At East, he recently directed productions of "Children of Eden," "Ragtime" and "Thoroughly Modern Millie." He is proud to say that several of his former students will be sharing the stage with him tonight. He also participates in the East Faculty Play, most recently appearing in a production of "God’s Favorite." A graduate of Northwestern University, he actively sang and competed at the university in both a cappella (Aural Fixation) and barbershop (Fourtune’s Fools). He will be completing his Ph.D. at Saint Louis University next year. He would like to thank the exceptional cast and crew of "The Wedding Singer" for their friendship, guidance, and patience.
 
 
 
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