CREATORS
 

MENU? U BETCHA!

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RYAN NORTH (Writer)

Ryan Paul North, (visit his website HERE) originally from Illinois, has been active in the Minneapolis theatre community since 1996 as an actor, producer, director, playwright, and teacher.  His credits include the creation of his own production company: “Hamel Road Theatre Project”, a three year stint in “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding”, writing and directing a staged adaptation of “The Shawshank Redemption”, and co-authoring and performing in “U Betcha! The Making of a Minnesotan Boy Band.”  Ryan has been teaching and directing for Youth Performance Company since 2000.  In 2002 to 2005 Ryan worked for Youth Performance Company  as their Director of Education and Outreach.  He now owns two eco-friendly shops - one in south Minneapolis called, "Re Gifts" and another (location TBA) called "Twin Cities Green."



DENNIS CURLEY (Composer)

Dennis is a native of Syracuse, New York, and now lives in St. Paul. A graduate of Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois), Dennis has spent many years as a performer, composer, musical director, and arranger. He is the arranger of Schoolhouse Rock Live! and Schoolhouse Rock Live Too! (published by Music Theatre International), and he served as musical director for the first, second, and third national tours and Minneapolis productions of Schoolhouse Rock Live!, as well as the world premiere of Schoolhouse Rock Live Too! in Chicago. Dennis composed and arranged the music for Hamel Road Theatre Project's production of U Betcha: The Making of a Minnesotan Boy Band, which ran for fifteen sold-out weeks in Minneapolis. He also composed the music for TheatreBAMChicago/Urban Gateways production of Many Moons, as well as the Chicago Children's Theatre productions of The Passion of Dracula, Alice in Wonderland: A Musical Circus, and The Princess and the Pea. Dennis has performed the roles of Jinx, Frankie, and Sparky in the musical Forever Plaid in Minneapolis, Maine, and Michigan. He sings with the Twin Cities' rock band Pizazz, and is delighted.