Brittany Lightfoot is a local actress. She has been with the Theatre Knoxville Downtown family for over a year. She made her onstage performance debut as Vera in “The Odd Couple” and stage managed “Rope.” Brittany’s most proud of her role was Abbie “the brat” in the Christmas production “One Christmas Eve at Evergreen Mall.” When you don’t see her on stage or behind the scenes, you can find Brittany out front working the box office. Brittany would like to thank Joe Johnson for this opportunity to be a part of this amazing cast and crew.
has loved being a part of theatre since high school, whether on stage, back stage, in the box office, or in the audience. She has been involved with 2 productions at Free Spirit Theatre helping with costumes and props, acted in 2 productions at Theatre Knoxville Downtown, and volunteers with box office and set construction/painting when her schedule allows (she's a single mom, the Director of Marketing at KARM Stores, is 3 classes away from her Bachelor's in Communications, and teaches at church 2 days a week).
Assistant Director/Stage ManagerShelby Frye
Misery is the first show that Shelby Frye has stage managed with Theatre Knoxville, though she has acted in shows including The Haunting of Hill House and Jekyll & Hyde. She thanks Joseph Johnson for the opportunity and looks forward to whatever will come next.
Lighting DesignerCaitlin Corbitt
has worked as a theatre practitioner & fringe performer for 20 years. Some of her credits include Set Designer, The Tempest; Director, Measure for Measure; & Stage Manager/Technical Director, Amazing Graces. Caitlin is the Associate Artistic Director of TSC. Caitlin is directing their Knoxville Shakespeare production of of The Compleat Works of Wllm Shkspe [Abridged].
is vice-president and technical director of Theatre Knoxville. He also works with Vitalistik Records, a record label, and The Old City Optical Reliquary, a film production company, both of which are community based not-for-profit groups in Knoxville. He would like to thank everyone who worked so hard on making Misery happen, especially the audience. He would also like to offer his sincerest apologies for whatever it is that may disturb you in this show.