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Interim Director

Kevin Cormier

Kevin has been acting, directing, singing, conducting, teaching, and producing for over 45 years.  He has a BA in Theatre Arts from San Jose State and a Master’s Degree in Musical Theatre from Cal State Fullerton.  While at Fullerton, Kevin had the honor of working with legendary stage director Jose Quintero.  Kevin has directed, choreographed, and vocal directed many shows in the area for such groups as Sunnyvale Community Players (Guys And Dolls, Brigadoon, Hello Dolly, Mame), West Valley Light Opera (Sound Of Music, Fiddler On The Roof, Man Of La Mancha), and The Lyric Theatre (Pirates Of Penzance).  He is the vice-president and a founding member of The Studio Theatre of California.  Kevin has been teaching vocal technique for nearly 30 years and, after 13 years as its musical director, has recently retired from The Fun Times Singers.


Connie Beech

Shannon Hemphill

Cecile Lampton

Diane Lechner

Sharon Levine

Rayna Lumbard

Susanne MacDougall

Mary Mc Cloy

Julie Moylan

Sue O'Brien

Shelly Sullivan

​Sue Thomas

Gale West

Joanne Whitaker

Bobbie Wright


Candy Bourdet

Kathy Cappello

Marilyn Crandall

Carol Gerwitz

Maria Gray

Carol Gustaveson

Jennifer Loftus

Katrina Meza

Jean Misko

Glenda Rasmussen

Karin Russell

Veronica Soliz

Eloina Villegas

Suzanne Voisin

Verna Wong



Stan Goldring

Fran Laplante

Ken Schieck

Sally Smith

Howard Thomas

Bill Wright


Bill Cowden

Dale Crandall

Paul Levine

Mike Murdock

John Russell

David Shull


Crista Alvey


Crista has been doing piano accompanying for 20-plus years. She spent 10 years as the piano accompanist and vocal coach of Broadway musicals at South Mountain High School. She has also accompanied Corona del Sol High School, Mesa Community College, Ginni Alvey Music Studios, and the LDS Church. She holds degrees in Psychology and Desktop Publishing. She moved to San Jose from Tempe, Arizona in 2015 after being the Creative Director of Green Living magazine. She is enjoying playing piano and singing for Sunday Assembly Silicon Valley and raising her son Kaiden.


Glenda Rasmussen

Born and raised  in Sacramento, CA. At the age of 7, I was given a toy piano for Christmas.  For my first birthday the following year, my grandfather gave me a Wurlitzer piano, which  I still have, and began taking lessons. My musical lessons continued through high school and into adulthood. I attended college and eventually moved to San Jose, where I worked in the semiconductor field as Admin. Assistant to the CEO and five VPs for a number of years and then another 33 years in Moreland School District.  I also own"Let's Talk Dolls", a doll and collectable shop run as a home-based business.  I am currently employed by the Diocese of San Jose as a Liturgical Minister and play for and direct two church choirs.  I was married to Ralph, now deceased, for 47 years and we had 6 children, 6 grandchildren and 1 great grand-daughter.

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