Board

Stacy Dominguez

Stacy Dominguez

President

Stacy has had a lifelong love of theater and entertaining since performing in grade school talent shows.  Her hobby growing up was reading everything she could about the great movie musicals from the Golden age of Hollywood dreaming that someday she would perform in front of live audiences on a great stage.  
Chris Cree

Chris Cree

Vice President

Chris joined the Follies in 2019. He is a lifelong Dallas resident save his years at the University of Oklahoma earning a degree in Business Administration with minors in statistics and business communications.

Jill L Brooks

Jill L Brooks

Secretary

Jill joined the cast of the Spectacular Follies in 2010 and has been a part of the “Follies Family” since then. Her extensive theatre experience and vocal skill has served her not only as a performer, but also in leadership rolls as a choral captain and voice teacher.

Don Dutton

Don Dutton

Treasurer

Don joined the cast of the Follies in 2010 as a vocalist in the chorus and with the Texas Rotary Chorus.

Mary Dowling

Mary Dowling

Mary V. Dowling was born tap dancing. She began at age four in Elizabeth, NJ. She was co-captain of the Cheerleaders at Sacred Heart High School for 2 years and was awarded a dance scholarship due to her talent as a tap dancer, assisting at the dance studio and perfect attendance. 

 Jim Heaberg

Jim Heaberg

Jim has appeared in numerous plays and musicals, amateur and professional. He holds B.F.A. and Master of Fine Arts degrees from TCU, and has produced/directed more than 60 film and video productions.

Scott Hickman

Scott Hickman

A recent addition to the Follies family, Scott brings his expertise in information technology to the Follies board and serves on the website, social media and program advertising committees.  

Beth Weems-Pirtle

Beth Weems-Pirtle

Beth is from West Columbia, Texas and a graduate of the American High School, Mexico City.  

Rodney Pirtle

Rodney Pirtle

Rodney is from Coleman, Texas. He attended Texas A&M University on a basketball scholarship and was Most Valuable Player 1953.  

Mary Virginia Tuinstra

Mary Virginia Tuinstra

Mary Virginia was born in Houston, TX. Early in life, her mother recognized her considerable musical talents and at significant sacrifice, provided for piano lessons at age 4, dance lessons at age 10 and voice lessons at age 14.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This
Loading...