Courtney LeCure has been the director of Capital City High School Theatre since the school opening in 2019. LeCure also teaches English IV and Creative Writing, in addition to her Drama classes. When she is not directing shows at CCHS, LeCure can be found playing with her sons, Cohen (2 years) and Westley (5 months), spending time with her husband Ben, reading young adult fiction and hanging out at her parents house at Lake of the Ozarks. Thank you for your support of CCHS Theatre!
Assistant DirectorMary Jo LaCorte
Mary Jo LaCorte has been the assistant director of Capital City High School Theatre since December 2021, during our production of Murder on the Orient Express. LaCorte has been involved in community theatre in Jefferson City in numerous capacities for 20+ years and enjoys lending her wisdom and talents to CCHS Theatre. When she is not directing or helping with shows at CCHS, LaCorte can be found teaching yoga classes, hanging out with her dog Dina or enjoying time with friends and family.
Student DirectorOlivia Kucsik
Liv Kucsik is a senior at Capital City high school and a member of CCHS theatre. She studies journalism, is a member of the student council and also in the National Honor Society. Outside of school, she enjoys photography and writing. She is looking forward to being a member of CCHS Theatre because she loves learning new mediums to tell stories.
Stage ManagerLaila Grier
Laila/River is a senior this year at CCHS, She has been in theater during middle school and all throughout high school having been with CCHS theater since the first year it was founded in 2019 and has Since Been an officer (Treasurer for 2 years), Stage manager, assistant stage manager and Even tested the Waters of Directing By being A student Director for The first show of the 2022 year, When She Is not Taking the time she can to spend with her animals she is Hanging out with her friends or working, She loves Spending time with her fellow theater kids and can't wait to see where they all go and the amazing things they will do, After high school she will be working to get a degree in zoology so that she may work as an educator to show people the softer side of the not so softer animals.
Assistant Stage ManagerAudrey Freeman
Audrey Freeman is a junior at Capital City High School and is a member of the International Thespian Society. Freeman has been involved in theatre since freshman year and is the assistant stage manager for Pride and Prejudice.