That Theatre Company (TTC) is a professional, non-profit theatre group, based in Rochester, Minnesota. TTC primarily is focused on producing original and newer works.
Blake holds a BFA in Acting from University of Minnesota Duluth and has performed theatre all over MN! Locally he has written, directed and produced several original plays and teaches various improv and sketch classes. He also lived in LA for over a decade. While there, Blake appeared in national commercials and on How I Met Your Mother, Raising Hope, 90210, and The Benchwarmers, in addition to studying, performing and teaching improv and sketch comedy.
Sam has been working in Rochester for the last 9 years, appearing in productions with several local theatres. She received her BA in Theatre Arts from St. Mary's University and has served on a few arts boards in her time, including Preston Area Arts Council and Wits End Theatre's Board of Directors. Sam has also dabbled in education, working with high schoolers at Century, Chatfield and Kasson-Mantorville schools. A proud wife, and catmom, she is thrilled to show you all what we've been working on.
Suzanne is very proud to be a member of That Theatre Company's Board as its current Treasurer. She appeared in all of That Theatre Company's Inaugural 2019 Season productions. Suzanne holds a Bachelors Degree in Communications and Musical Theatre Performance from the University of Wisconsin, and can not wait for all the amazing things yet to come for this amazing Company!
Kayley Dahle has been an active participant in theatre for nearly 20 years. She received her Bachelor's degree in journalism with a minor in theatre from the University of Minnesota. She enjoys being a mother and in her free time dabbles in puppetry.
Tom Hogue is a public sector economic development professional and consultant with extensive experience in nonprofit management. He was a board member of the Oregon Economic Development Association and the executive director of the preservation organization Historic Boulder in Boulder County, Colorado. As a founder of Arts Village Colorado, he helped create a feasibility plan for a major performing arts facility. He enjoys fly fishing and rebuilding electric guitars.
Jake has been involved with local theatre for over a decade both on stage and as a set designer/tech director. He is dedicated towards pushing the creative boundaries. Ever optimistic, he faces challenges head on, ready to make something that hasn't been done before.
Brett Conrad has done this before. Over the last ten years, he has clocked in nearly 40 designs with 10 different theater troupes. His notable credits include Luther College, Mayo Clinic, and his current endeavor, THAT Theatre Company. When not designing and/or building, he enjoys being a dad, listening to Kayley (for self-preservation purposes) and watching hockey.