Joanne Anderson has been involved with community theatre since 1966 in San Clemente Ca. She was voted "Best Director in Nevada and went on to compete in a Community Theatre competition nationwide where her show came in 2nd. She started the Red Barn Theatre Company in 2003. In the beginning, there were not many people involved and she directed all the plays until the other directors came to the theatre. She loves theatre, and is currently the Treasurer of Red Barn Theatre Co.
Tucson theatre goers know Scott from his work with theatre companies such as META, Millenium, One In Ten, and Quintessential to name a few. During a four year sabbatical in Los Angeles where he was able to hone his skills as a waiter, he did work on a couple of plays, a commercial or two, a few cable television shows and various independent films. After returning to Tucson, he has worked with the Red Barn Theatre Company doing shows such as The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Annie Get Your Gun, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Big River, and State Fair . He also directed The Women and our smash hit production, How To Talk Minnesotan.
Vince Flynn graduated from the University of Arizona. He taught English and Drama in American schools overseas for many years. He has directed over fifty productions in schools and community theaters.
At the Red Barn Theater, he directed Big River, Alone Together, The Pajama Game and State Fair.
Vince occasionally acts here and there in other theaters around Tucson.
Brian started performing with the Red Barn Theatre Company in May of 2011 at the request of a friend, and hasn't looked back. He was the stage manager for The Importance of Being Earnest, and has performed in State Fair, The Pajama Game, The Underpants, Oliver!, Mame, South Pacific, and has recently been seen as Johnny Brown in our 10th season production of The Unsinkable Molly Brown.