Get to know Victoria Pace

Victoria Pace as Mrs. Mayor

Name: Vicki Pace
DOB: June 6th
Hometown: Eden, NY
Education: American Musical and Dramatic Academy of NY
Day Job: Nanny and Private Voice Teacher

Dr. Seuss Story: To be honest, I never liked Dr. Seuss growing up. I always thought the books were too long and weird. But NOW – as a nanny, I tend to read a lot of children’s books throughout the day, so my taste has changed. My favorite Seuss Story now is “Horton Hears a Who.” I just love the message of the story – “A person’s a person, no mater how small.” That line really resonates with me.
Season: Fall! Coffee, leaves, Gilmore Girls!
Movie: “Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers” is one of my go to comfort movies for when I’m really sick and stuck in bed.
Musical: “Ragtime”
Color: Pink
Animal: Cat
Book: “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” is my fun book, but my favorite meaty book is “Never Let Me Go” by Kazuo Ishiguro
Band: I listen to almost exclusively movie sound tracks and musicals. Currently, I’m on a huge Danny Elfman kick. This may be because I’m still in denial that Halloween is over.
Song: “The Ladies Who Lunch” I feel this song could be a three act play.
Beverage: Coffee brewed with cinnamon and a splash of cream. Yummmm
Holiday Tradition: Watching Gilmore Girls around Thanksgiving! And at Christmas, my family celebrates on Christmas Eve.

Cats or Dogs? Cats
Beer or Wine? Wine
Cake or Pie? Pie
Sweet of Sour? Sweet
Coke or Pepsi? Coke
Spicy or Mild? MILD!!!!!
Coffee or Tea? Coffee
Piercings or Tattoos? Tattoos, even though I don’t have any.
Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt? Ice Cream… duh.
City or Country? City. I moved to NYC right out of High School and fell in love with it. I miss it every day, but I am so happy to be here in Denver and experiencing what Colorado theater has to offer.
Netflix or Hulu? Netflix.

It’s night before it’s afternoon. December is here before It’s June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon? Um… Dr. Seuss?
A person’s a person, no matter…? How small!
You are stranded on a deserted island, what two items do you bring? A fishing net and a book.
When life hands you lemons? Make lemon cakes, just how Sansa likes them.
Who is your hero? Elaine Stritch
Biggest fear? Failure. The failure that comes with lack of pursuit.
What inspires you? The magic that is music.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Back in New York City, living as a working actor.
Can we follow you? FB? Twitter? Instagram? You can find me on Instagram @vickinotvicky
Why see SEUSSICAL? This is a story celebrating individuality, imagination, kindness, acceptance, and dedication. These are things we should all get reminders on from time to time. These timeless morals will give you a warm and fuzzy feeling in your heart (it does for me every performance) as they’re presented in a nostalgic and loving way. I encourage everyone to come see it. Come laugh, cry, and think! “A person’s a person, no mater how small.”


Get to know Keegan Flaugh…

Cast as The Old Man in A Christmas Story, the Musical

Keegan Flaugh as The Old Man
Keegan Flaugh as The Old Man

Name: Keegan Flaugh
DOB: November 19th
Hometown: Cortez, CO
Education: Bachelors – Org Leadership, Colorado State University
Day Job: Mom & Dad said I could be whatever I want when I grow up!

Holiday: Thanksgiving
Season: Fall
Movie: Guardians of the Galaxy
Musical: Jekyll & Hyde and Forever Plaid and Miss Saigon and Les Mis, etc…
Color: Green
Animal: The Velveteen Princess (my old lady dog) 
Book: Ready Player 1
Band: Alice in Chains or The Proclaimers or Kongos, etc…
Song: My Way – Frank Sinatra
Beverage: Old Fashioned
Pastime: Chess

Eggnog or Hot Chocolate? Uh…yes
Dogs or cats? Dogs
Sweet or Sour? Sweet and Sour…especially chicken
Cake or Pie? PIE!!!
Chocolate or Vanilla? Vanilla
Coke or Pepsi? Coke
Coffee or Tea? Coffee
Soup or Salad? Salad
City or Countryside? Country
Summer or Winter? Winter
Mountains or Ocean? Mountains

What’s your favorite holiday tradition? Not to be cliche, but I LOVE turkey! Roasting/smoking a holiday turkey is one of my favorite traditions. Its especially good the next day with wonderbread and mayo…and chips…and a pickle!
You are stranded at the North Pole, what two items do you bring? Chapstick and my apocalypse survival bag…hopefully I’m already wearing a parka.
When life hands you lemons? Lemon bars are delicious!
Dream role to perform? Javert – Les Mis
Who is your hero? My Mother
What’s your biggest fear? Being stranded at the North Pole without Chapstick…at least now it is!
What inspires you? My kids. Really great harmony. Good friends.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Are you kidding…I can’t even picture next week, much less 10 years.
Can we follow you? FB? Twitter? Instagram? Sure, I’m on the Facebook. 🙂 (Click Here) 
Why should we see A Christmas Story The Musical? Because all the cool kids are seeing it…and its AWESOME!
Any holiday wishes? Peace on Earth and good will toward men…and Call of Duty Infinite Warfare.  😉





Hello THAC Friends, Family, & Followers,

Today I wanted the chance to give special thanks to the many individuals that make our productions possible at Town Hall Arts Center. Donors, sponsors, staff, patrons, volunteers, cast, & crew. This is truly an incredible bunch, I LOVE my job because of you! As Sales & Volunteer Manager (& blogger), one of the most rewarding aspects of my position is working with THAC’s incredible volunteer staff! Most of you are probably aware, but our volunteers help with will call box office, concessions, ushering, and welcoming patrons to the theatre during all of our performances; they truly are the face of Town Hall. In between seasons and shows we are also fortunate enough that these dedicated individuals help with season ticket mailings and other special events like tomorrow’s Candlelight Walk & Tree Lighting, an annual event taking place on Main Street in Littleton, CO. It is no exaggeration that THAC would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our volunteers. THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT YOU DO – EVERY SINGLE ONE OF YOU!

Without further adieu, I would like to acknowledge the volunteers that have been recognized this month through our Volunteer Recognition Program: #OFFSTAGESTARS. Enjoy!





NOV Offstagestars


“Barbara Gabriel has been spectacular in her new role & kudos to her!”

-Ellyn Lyman

“I have been an audience member of the Littleton Town Hall Arts Center and I have been a Littleton Town Hall Arts Center Volunteer in the past and now I’m Volunteering again starting Tomorrow night, and I know lots of the actors and actresses, directors that work there and the board of directors are wonderful! Thanks.”

-Aaron Rendoff

“Dorothy Mauro & Barbara Gabrielle akways make Opeining Night run smoothly and stay to help with reception and do a fantastic job!! They are very much appreciated.”

-THAC Staff Member

“Dick & Joan Switzer… Awesome bartenders! Always so pleasant & greet patrons with a smile. Such a pleasure to work with.”


“Evee helped us find our seats for the show (Anything Goes), thank you!”


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