DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

SPENSER SMITH

Spenser’s passion for the arts began with his fifth grade production of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, where he was given permission to do all the things his mom said he couldn’t. Spenser holds a BFA in Acting from Northern Kentucky University where he was honored to receive a Cincinnati Acclaim Award for his portrayal of Inspector Truscott in Loot. Favorite area performances include numerous productions with The Children’s   Theatre of Cincinnati and Commonwealth Theatre Company at NKU. Spenser created the role of Teen Lincoln in A Pioneer Tale at the Lincoln Amphitheatre where he spent four summers telling the story of    Abraham Lincoln’s formative years in Indiana. Spenser enjoys coffee, craft beer and grammar.

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Spenser is excited to be celebrating his second year working with Madcap Puppets! His passion for the arts began with his 5th grade production of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever where he was given permission to do all the things mom said he couldn’t. Spenser earned a BFA in Acting from Northern Kentucky University. Area performance credits include: Franz in Rock of Ages at The Carnegie, Leo Bloom in The Producers at the Warsaw Federal Incline Theatre, Chip Tolentino in Spelling Bee and Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps at NKU. Spenser created the role of Teen Lincoln in A Pioneer Tale at the Lincoln Amphitheatre, where he has spent the past four summers. Previous credits include touring with the National Players in Of Mice and Men and The Taming of the Shrew and the role of Inspector Truscott in Loot at NKU for which he won a Cincinnati Acclaim Award.


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