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Springboro Community Theatre

Board Members

It's not all about acting or directing our shows, it's about building a business that supports the Springboro community! Meet the folks below that make it happen.

Jim Brown


After getting his start in musical theater in high school, Jim continued his vocal studies while obtaining a finance degree from Wright State University. He held soloist and section leader positions in numerous Dayton-area choruses, and made appearances with the Air Force Band of Flight and the Dayton United Lutheran Chorale. After completing his MBA, Jim toured professionally with the acapella group he co-founded, Fourth Avenue. He later returned to musical theater, and has won multiple DayTony and Rodin awards for acting, directing, and set design. Notable stage credits include Lord Farquaad in Shrek, The Musical, Jerry in The Full Monty, Molokov in Chess, The Musical, and Caiaphas in Jesus Christ Superstar. Directorial credits include Legally Blonde, Schoolhouse Rock Live!, and Back to the 80's. Other experiences comprise short films (Forever's End, and Oasis), radio commercials (The Hobby Shop,, and others), and podcasts (The Hidden People, and Echo Protocol). Jim has been with the theater since 1999, and has been President of the Board of Directors since 2005. By day, Jim is a CFA charterholder and equity research analyst, and is the Investment Committee Chair and the Membership Chair for CFA Society Dayton. He and his wife, Heather, are Springboro residents, along with their children, Alli and Andrew.

Rebekah Madden

Vice President

Bekki has been performing since age 8 (starting with piano, guitar, dance, baton, acting). She has been involved in over 8 different community & Army theaters holding various board positions or just volunteering at each one. She was previously employed by USABavaria as the Executive Theater Management Specialist for Grafenwoehr Performing Arts Center. She has been with PHS since moving back to Ohio in 2015. Bekki lives in Miamisburg with her husband Scott, together they have 3 adult children (Ashley, Tim, Adam) and dog Baloo and DonnyKat.

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Carrie Thurston


Carrie has served on the board at Playhouse South since 2007. Previously she served as the membership coordinator, and secretary. Carrie has her BFA in Design Technology from Wright State University, where she studied stage management specifically. She’s stage managed at multiple theaters in the area. She can occasionally be seen onstage, and has also directed for Playhouse South. Carrie’s latest show she directed was Chess: The Musical for Playhouse South.

Mark Goodwin


Mark has been volunteering for Playhouse South for close to 5 years, first attending summer shows at the park to watch his granddaughter, then acting in them. He participated in a number of plays and musicals as an actor and a lighting technician in high school and college. Since getting involved again, Mark has been on stage in several productions, backstage working the lights, sound for several shows, and assistant directed Schoolhouse Rock, Live last summer at North Park.

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Aaron Brewer


Aaron has had an interest in theatre since high school, and after a 6-year post-graduation gap, he found his passion again in a 2013 production of Legally Blonde. He has been involved with Springboro Community Theatre (formerly Playhouse South) since 2014, in a variety of roles, including performing, directing, stage managing, and as their former Properties Manager. Aaron has also received multiple Daytony and Rodin Awards for his performance and production work. By day, he works for Cox Media Group as part of their Digital Campaign Analytics team, handling advertising attribution and reporting for top-tier clients. Outside of work and theatre, Aaron enjoys spending time with his partner Derek, and their cats (River and Luna) and dog (Gambit).

Scott Madden


Scott has done some type of theater beginning in Elementary School and has continued off and on over the years. Spending multiple years in the Army, Scott has been part of many different organizations which he uses all of those experiences to bring to Springboro Community Theater. Scott has done multiple shows doing anything from Acting, to set building, to stage managing. He currently also holds the position of IMPROV Manager. Scott lives in Miamisburg with his wife Rebekah and has 3 kids, Ashley, Tim, Adam. All of which have been involved with theater at one point and time in their lives. To Scott, Theater is life.


Sam Bergman

Special Events

After many years directing youth musical theatre and doing other behind the scenes theatre work, Sam returned to the stage for the first time since high school in SCT's production of The Drowsy Chaperone in the spring of 2022, and was thrilled to be elected to the SCT board in July of 2022. Sam has also enjoyed singing with the Springboro Community Choir since its inception in fall of 2019. By day, Sam is an intervention specialist at Lebanon Junior High School where she also co-directs a junior high musical production each year. Outside of theatre, Sam enjoys spending time with friends and family, spoiling all of her honorary nieces and nephews rotten, and reading a good book.

Nick Bellmyer

Volunteers and Membership

Nick has been involved in theatre since he was in high school but after several years off stage, he made his return in 2014 with Playhouse South’s production of Shrek. He has been involved with the organization since. He has done various roles including performer, choreographer, director, and assistant stage manager. Nick also served on the board of directors from 2016-2018. For his day job, Nick works as a Human Resource Generalist for The Home Depot. Outside of work and theatre, Nick spends his time spoiling his nieces and nephew.

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Carrie Robbins

Sponsorships and Fundraising

Carrie is thrilled to join the SCT Board which allows her to combine two of her passions…the arts and Springboro! When not selling real estate for BHHS Professional Realty, Carrie spends her time volunteering for many community organizations and events including Expo, Oktoberfest Springboro, ArtFest on Main, and the Christmas in Springboro parade. She is also the co-host of the local TV show, “Springboro 45066”, with Mayor John Agenbroad. Carrie appeared on stage with SCT as the emcee for the inaugural “Holiday Jubilee” shows in 2019. A lifelong resident of Springboro, Carrie enjoys spending time with her family and friends.

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