This is The Moment


  • Five performances at The Hill theatre at RCTC 

  • February 25th and 26th at 7:00pm

  • March 4th and 5th at 7:00pm 

  • March 6th at 2:00pm

  • Ticket presale for Calliope members begins January 14th. 

  • Ticket sales to general public beginning January 28th 

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  • Open auditions will be held for all roles.

  • December 11th, 2-5pm

  • December 12th, 6-9pm



Jekyll & Hyde is supported in part by a generous grant from the Southeast Minnesota Arts Council. Thank you SEMAC!

We would love to put you and your local business here! Our first show, Head Over Heels, was sponsored by local musicians, realtors, small businesses, and a community grant from Mayo Clinic!




Greg Miller, Artistic Director

Greg has been a working theatre professional for 40 years as a published playwright, scenic designer, actor, improvisational comedian, and most prominently as a director.  He has been involved with most southeast Minnesota theatres including Mantorville; Summerset Theatre and Matchbox Children's Theatre in Austin; Albert Lea; Stewartville; the Rochester Repertory Theatre; the RCTC Hill Theatre; and the Rochester Civic Theatre, where he was the Educational Director for 8 years and Artistic Director for 25 years.  Greg has over 150 directing credits in southeast Minnesota, including more than 100 in Rochester, and is the recipient of the illustrious Mayor's Medal of Honor in 2015 and the Ardee Award for Outstanding Artist of the Year in 2016.  

Brock Besse, Music Director

Brock is an active part of the Rochester music scene as a conductor, arranger, composer, and instrumentalist.  He currently serves as the Minister of Music for Bethel Lutheran Church.  Brock also is the maestro and founder of the Rochester Pops Orchestra, and a large number of the selections performed by the RPO are written and/or arranged by him.  Brock holds Masters degrees in music performance and Orchestration & Composition with an emphasis on conducting, and is actively working toward his Doctorate in this field. Brock has played in the pit ensemble to four shows with the New York Theatre Company’s traveling outfit and his credits as music director include  “South Pacific,” “Jekyll & Hyde,” “The Secret Garden,” “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” “No Way To Treat A Lady,” to name a few.


Ben Hain, Light Designer

Ben has been doing lighting and theater for nearly 40 years. He worked as a production electrician for Theater de la Juene Lune and at Childrens Theater Company in Minneapolis. Locally, he has lit shows for Rochester Civic Theater, The Rep, Byron Middle School, The Jon Hassler Theater, Mayo Clinic, The Rochester School District, and various dance shows. He has worked as a stagehand at the Civic Center running spotlight from rodeos to rock concerts. Attending rock shows like Queen (with Freddie Mercury), The Who, and Genesis are major reasons he is a lighting designer today. Ben became Technical Director at the Jon Hassler Theater in 2003 and worked there until 2006. For the last 14 years,  Ben has been the technical director for Hill Theater at Rochester Community and Technical College.

Audrey Rinkoski, Choreographer

Audrey has 25 years of theatre experience in four states as an actress, vocal director, and choreographer, including nearly 20 local area productions at both the community and educational level since moving to Rochester in 2008. This will be Audrey's eighth production as choreographer. Other credits include Legally Blonde, Chicago, Matilda, and Rock of Ages. Audrey is an alumnus of the Drake University theatre program and currently works in education at Rochester Public Schools.


Helen Distad, Costume Designer

Helen was first taught sewing, clothing design, and construction by her mother and grandmother. She attended college with a major in art and minor in theatre for two years. After that she has been largely self taught, learning from each designer and experience, and is also part of a professional costumer's group in Minnesota. Designing and creating has been a natural fit for her, and she has focused on textiles and costuming as an art form for the past 10 plus years, working on over 50 productions in Southeast Minnesota.

Pam Allan, Stage Manager, Properties

Pam Allan is a self-motivated, organized, and efficient Stage Manager who is able to work with directors, artistic staff, actors, and crew to ensure rehearsals and performances go smoothly.  Throughout her many years of theatre starting in 1998, she has been intimately involved in many aspects of a community theatre production, including stage managing over 30 shows and managing props for a similar number. With her strong problem solving skills, integrity and professionalism, she will be key player in making any project a success.