Something Rotten! Creative
Marty is a Founding Member of NTCI and is proud to have been involved in nearly every NTCI production - either on or off stage.
Music DirectorCameron Kinnear
Cameron Kinnear (Music Director/Conductor) is a professional music director, conductor, pianist and arranger. Most recently he was the music director & conductor for the national tour of Chicago. He has worked with regional theatres across the country his favorites include Tuacahn Center for the Arts and Lake Dillon Theatre Company. Cameron also has spent several years working with non-profit arts organizations, and currently serves as the Artistic Producer for Tri-Town Theatre Inc. in Sidney NY.
Kaitlyn Jackson (she/her) is an avid singer, actor, dancer, and choreographer. She is a graduate of Ithaca College's BFA Acting program and has her certification in Unarmed Stage Combat from the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat. Some of her past choreography credits include “The Drowsy Chaperone” (Norwich Theatre Company), “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown” (Sherburne Music Theatre Society), “She Loves Me” (Ithaca College), and “Lightbringer: The Musical” (O’Brien-Domeraski Productions) which is a new musical currently in development. She has also served as the Dance and Fight Choreographer for “Oklahoma!” (Norwich Theatre Company), Co-Artistic Director of IC's RockHard Dance Company, and has danced as an apprentice with the Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company. Outside of theatre, Kaitlyn has two albums of original music produced by Grammy Nominee, Kent Wells, and she was featured on Season 13 of American Idol. For more, please visit Kaitlyn-Jackson.com.
Front of House ManagerBarb Colf
My husband has been involved with the NTCI since he was in the show ”All Shook Up”. As I am not a singer, actor or a seamstress I was not able to contribute to the production of shows except as an usher now and then. I am very excited now to be able to contribute and share my skills taking care of the many responsibilities of being the Front of House Manager. I am also very happy to be more a part of NTCI with my husband. I am a retired teacher from the Sherburne-Earlville school district. Most of my years there were spent teaching kindergarten. I am the mother of three grown children and the grandmother of eight grandchildren. My church and my family are my top priorities in life. I love to read and I do counted cross stitch as I have time. We are a big game playing family. Since retirement I have learned to play the fun but often frustrating game of Mahjong.
Props ManagerCarolyn Brown
Costume ManagerDebra Brennesholtz
Stage ManagerMolly Avolio
Technical ManagerTyler Lindsley