High Voltage Producer
Chris has a Bachlor’s Degree in Business Administration and a Master’s Degree in Education. She spent most of her professional career as a Business Applications Systems Manager for the American Diabetes Association. Her passion for soccer led her to play for 35 years and coach for nine. While raising her girls, she satisified her desire to work outside the house by volunteering at Bright Beginnings Preschool, Gold Ridge Elementary, Folsom High School, as well as EDMT. Chris has a passion for learning and travel. She is a few courses away from a degree in Psychology and Nutrition. Her latest educational adventure resulted in her becoming a Certified Biofeedback Specialist. She is facinated by the power of the mind-body connection. Her love of travel has taken her to 20 countries and almost all of the 50 states. Chris’s daughter, Jenny, is a student at CSU Chico studying Interior Architechure. She lives in Folsom with her daughter, “Hobbs,” and her husband, Jon.
Anjie Rose Wilson
Dedicated to dance Anjie Rose Wilson has studied Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Hip-Hop, and Lyrical styles for over fifteen years, and has performed in over 45 shows with El Dorado Musical Theatre. She has been the Assistant Choreographer for several of EDMT’s Training Shows and is currently the program’s primary Choreographer. Anjie has also been the Assistant Choreographer for over a dozen Main Stage and Rising Stars productions, and is continuing her involvement with EDMT’s current season.
Anjie is an instructor for EDMT’s Performing Arts Institute and has a faithful following of future performers in her dance classes for four-to-six-year-olds, as well as more challenging classes for older performers. Her Man Jazz class is regularly filled to capacity and challenges even the fittest young dancers.
She has gone to New York City to participate in the audition-only Rockettes Summer Intensive several times. Anjie has also participated in many master classes and intesives with notable dancers and performers including Dana Stackpole, Andrew Palermo, and Samantha Jo Harvey.
Anjie is proud to be a founding member and eight-season-participant of El Dorado Musical Theatre’s Tour Group, High Voltage.
Finally, she contributes to EDMT’s social media presence in a big way, and is responsible for creating all of the videos and many, many posts about EDMT’s shows. The videos have proven to be popular and have been seen by thousands.
Costume Rental Manager
Our children often bring us to EDMT, and Margie Rudolph was no exception when her daughter stepped on the stage for the first time in Peter Pan in 2006. Volunteering for costume projects introduced Margie to our talented costume department, but it wasn’t until 2008’s Thoroughly Modern Millie needed 1920’s styled women’s hats that she had the opportunity to learn about hat making.
Since then, Margie has designed and created hats and headpieces for over 30 EDMT productions. Some of her favorite creations include hats for the Mad Hatter (Alice in Wonderland, 2016), Dolly Levi (Hello, Dolly!, 2016), Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins, 2017) and Captain Hook (Peter Pan, 2018). She loves the creative process of costuming and enjoys pushing the limits with design and materials in adding the finishing touch of a custom headpiece to the fabulous costumes that are designed for our shows.
Margie holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of California, Irvine, and a J.D. from McGeorge School of Law. She shares her life with her husband, Steve, her adult children, Anna (EDMT 2006-2011) and Jacob, her daughter-in-law Becca, a library of books, a studio filled with creative possibilities, and a very old tortoise named Herbie.
Leo Havener, Chairman
Ingrid Perata, Board Member
Dolly Johnson, Board Member
Chris Kight, Board Member