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After several years of volunteering off and on, Drew was lucky enough to be brought on the staff as a box office assistant in 2013. He graduated with a history degree from NAU, writes musical and theatrical pieces, and has two children. Theatrikos has played a significant role in shaping him into who he is today, and he looks forward to working with the organization for years to come.
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Joe caught the acting bug at an early age. On holidays and at family gatherings, Joe was always organizing the children in a talent show or performance for the rest of the family. In junior and senior high, Joe put those skills on stage for the first time in The Fantasticks, Don’t Drink the Water as well as in musicals like Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The Wiz.
After a long stay in Chicago, Joe and his family moved to Flagstaff and Joe was determined to begin acting again. Here he found Theatrikos Theatre Company and was involved in the community productions of A Christmas Carol, Our Town, and Little Shop of Horrors to name a few.
Joe is currently balancing three jobs: as adjunct instructor at Coconino Community College, as a relief Chaplain at Flagstaff Medical Center and as the Education Director for Theatrikos where he oversees all aspects of youth programming, including TheatriKIDS. His son, AJ will be entering college this fall and his daughter Grace will be attending her first TheatriKIDS’ camp this summer!
Joe feels very blessed to be on the ultimate dramatic journey with his supportive family and faithful friends.
Box Office Manager
Chances are, you’ve already met her, but Debra Greschke is officially our new Box Office Manager. Debra came to us two years ago as a volunteer with her husband Dave and quickly showed qualities that made her a key member of our team. Debra’s got the organizational skills to keep our box office running efficiently, plus the warm and welcoming personality that makes visiting our box office a real pleasure
Ronald Erkman is a retired IATSE (International Alliance of Theatre and Stage Employees) research and design electronics engineer, bringing over 22 years of technical experience at the famed Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. He creates the sets and stage for Theatrikos productions, performing technical magic on props and set design for over three years as a volunteer, before becoming part-time staff in 2010.
Jim McConocha is a retired IATSE union stage hand, working on sets for the past four years, and joining our staff in late 2015.