Erika has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Angelo State University. After college, she moved to Los Angeles and performed on stage and on camera. She also served on the board of Lone Star Theater Ensemble.
Since moving back to Texas in 2005, she has dabbled in the arts including roles at the Water Tower Theatre. She and her husband have lead a bible based children’s theater ministry in their free time. Erika especially looks forward to watching her daughter grow as a performer.
Jody and his wife, Paula, have lived in Frisco since 2011. Their children Nathan and Liana have been performing with NTPA since 2018. The Dulbergs actively volunteer with NTPA productions and enjoy the camaraderie of families. Jody is excited to serve on the NTPA Frisco Managing Board. When he is not spending time with his family or watching an NTPA production, he divides his time among various maker hobbies, including 3d printing, woodworking, magic, and computers.
Brent has been a business owner for 20+ years. He works as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM practitioner and is also a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. He studied at Abilene Christian University and Southern Methodist University. Brent’s family has lived in Frisco since 2013. They are often seen running from one thing to another — whether that be the arts, local kids’ sports, church activities, volunteering or enjoying time with family and friends.
Their daughter, Isabelle initially became involved with Plano Children’s Theatre in 2012. In 2019, Renee decided to leave her position as a Director of Operations for a financial company and start working from home in Software Sales so that their children could fully explore their passions – Isabelle in Theatre and Tyler in Hockey. The Smiths have actively volunteered with NTPA-Frisco since 2019 which has been the most incredible and rewarding experience.
Having earned a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Political Science, Sheacy has utilized her education by working for the Texas State Legislature, the Office of the Attorney General, the United States Senate, and as an Adjunct Professor of Government at Collin College. Her love for the arts also led to a three-year career with KERA 13 and her volunteer work supporting the arts, including serving as the former Chair of the Frisco Public Art Board and the Past President of the Frisco Association for the Arts.
Sheacy is an amateur photographer who enjoys community theater (and Broadway!), traveling, cooking, reading, and wine tasting. Despite her passion for these pursuits, nothing compares to her dedication to her two daughters, Kathryn (12) and Audrey (9), and she is most often found in a supporting role for their passions, activities, and academic endeavors. Sheacy and her husband, Chris, live in Frisco and are active members of First Frisco United Methodist Church.