Current TVT Board Members



PresidentDan Frank

 

 

 


Vice PresidentKaren Hilleary Beck

 

 

 


Secretary - Dianne Griffith

 

 

 

Treasurer - Linda Bayless

 

 

 


Guest Services / Box Office - Kathy Soja


 

 

 

Sets / Lighting - David Helzel

"David Helzel has been called an actor, child wrangler, confidant and coach, lighting & sound engineer, tech guru, prop master, finder of lost things, and set designer/builder (along with a few names that are better forgotten). He began his theater experience when he was only 5 years old, acting in a play called "How the Elephant Got its Trunk." In the 31 years since, he's lost count of the plays, skits, and dramas he's been part of. After acting, his passion is mostly in the tech side of things (including lights and sound). When not on stage he feels that it is his responsibility to do his job as close to perfectly as possible so that NOTHING distracts from the actors' performances."

 

 


Maintenance - Dave Eicher

 

 

 


Concessions & -
Caroline Powers
"I got involved with TVT as a Stage Manager for Tennessee Triptych in summer of 2015, and I've been hooked ever since.  I have a wonderful husband and 4 talented, artsy children!  My hope is that we can get the word out to more and more people in the community about our theatre, every year!  It's a lot of fun here!  Come check it out and you'll see why!"


Costumes / Concessions -
Crystal Janow

 

 

 


Publicity -
Crystal Stillman
 

 
Advisor to the Board - Harry Landreth

Harry is a native of Spring City and the son of Margaret Landreth Scholz and the late Roland Landreth. He and his wife, Donna, have five children and seven grandchildren together.
After graduating from Spring City High School, he earned a B.S. in Chemistry from Tennessee Tech and an MBA from M.T.S.U. Employment history includes Seagrams Distillery (Indiana), B.F. Goodrich (Ohio), Aladdin Industries (Nashville) and Southeern Silk Mills. In 1978, he started Landreth Manufacturing in Soddy Daisy and retired from it in 2003. In addition, during this period he also was a college professor (Chatt State), a TV talent agent (Market Jump), touring musical manager (Toe Roaster) and owner of the Chattanooga Lookouts.
Favorite hobbies include theater, gardening, travel and entertaining grandchildren.
As a founding member of the Tennessee Valley Theatre since the eighties, he has performed in or directed over forty productions at TVT and the Cumberland County Playhouse.
He and Donna enjoy frequent trips to New York (which always includes a few Broadway shows). They have traveled across the USA (all states except Maine) and other countries.
But the most enjoyable hobby is spoiling the grandkids!

 


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