About Let Me Be Frank Productions

We like to think of ourselves as theater for non-theater people. If you combine an episode of Saturday Night Live with a pop concert, you might have an idea of what a Let Me Be Frank Productions show includes. Let Me Be Frank Productions has been entertaining N.E. Wisconsin for over two decades. Since beginning in 2000, we have shared over 120 different shows to over 300,000 audience members  – and we’re still going strong! We are fast becoming people’s most favorite theater destination in Wisconsin. Our all-original musicals will have you wowing at the talent, laughing in the aisle and singing a tune of yesteryear on your way home. With titles like, “Bay Beach Boys,” “2 1/2 Belgians,” and “Fort Howard: We Wipe America” we invite you to come and join in on the fun at the historic Meyer Theatre in downtown Green Bay. See you at the show!

Frank Hermans

Welcome to the 25th season of Let Me Be Frank Productions. I still pinch myself every time I walk out on the Meyer Theater stage, even now with over 1500 performances. It all started in February of 2000 at the Sports Corner Banquet Room in West De Pere. Joe Kiedinger and I bought a show called the “Temp” and got a bunch of our musical theater friends together and did what we thought would be a one-time thing. Next thing you know Joe and I wrote our first original script, “The Groovy 70s’.” Since that show, LMBF has written 149 shows (including off-site independent shows). The writing team changed in 2001 with my current partner Pat Hibbard joining the team. Pat and I became partners in business in 2006, then moved to the Meyer Theater, where we have been the main tenant for 18 years now. The only original members of that first troupe in 2000 are myself and my wife, Amy Riemer. I would like to thank each one of you for making this class clown make a living doing what he loves, theater. Special thanks to Pat for being a great creative partner, to my incredible wife Amy Riemer who makes my dreams come true, my beautiful children, former cast members and our amazing current cast. We plan on giving you all the best we have this year! Now on with the show!

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Amy Riemer-Hermans

Amy Riemer-Hermans has been performing with Let Me Be Frank Productions since 1999 and has been Vocal Director for 18 years! Before that, she graduated from St. Norbert College, where she was involved in Swinging Knights, Summer Music Theater, Knight Theater and Chamber Singers. In addition to LMBFrank’s, Amy performs with Frank’s Tribute (as Reba, Dusty Springfield, & Brenda Lee) and Project Pink: Pink Floyd Tribute Band. Many thanks to her family for their unwavering support- Mom, (this incredible woman babysits my kids, makes most of my costumes & does a million other things to help me keep my sanity!) – Nate, Kathi, Jillian, Logan & Mason and step-kids Austin, Blake & Katrina. Special thanks to her amazing children- Darien, Harrison, Jack and Vivian! Extra special thanks to my husband Frank, for making all my dreams come true! Amy continues to dedicate her performances to her father Terry, who passed away in October 2022. Miss you Dad!


Pat Hibbard

Hard to believe Let Me Be Frank Productions is entering its 25th season (my 24th!). It still feels brand new! I’ve been involved in well over 2000 performances and still have to pinch myself every time that curtain opens. Thank you, Frank, for your vision and the incredible opportunity. It is an honor! I’m proud and grateful to be part of it. Major props to our cast and crew. They are the absolute best in the business. Yes, we have amazing vocalists, actors, band members, sound tech, and lighting design, but let’s not forget all the behind-the-scenes stuff. We also have stellar people in marketing, sales, accounting, costumes, set design…. the list goes on. We couldn’t do it without you, and I love you all like family! Speaking of family; special thanks go to my wife Tina, and my incredible kids, Zach and Abbie, for their never-ending support. It has been an absolute blast getting to share the stage with my son Zach! I say this every year but. none of this would be possible without you, our fans and supporters. You are the reason we’re still here and going strong. I’m looking forward to meeting more of you this year. Enjoy the show and “here’s to another 25 years!”

Lisa Borley

Lisa Borley is pleased to be joining Let Me Be Frank Productions in her 16th year! Working with this incredibly talented group of characters has been a dream come true! After graduating from Luxemburg-Casco High School, Lisa started fully pursuing her music career at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, where she graduated with a double major in Music-Vocal Performance and Arts Management. Through the years, music has taken her to great lengths from singing opera arias in Florence, Italy, to rocking out with Project Pink: Pink Floyd Tribute Band. Lisa performs as Barbra Streisand in the LMBF Tribute group and is so honored to be performing in Las Vegas once again this year! Lisa has also been singing for weddings and special events for over 20 years! Check out my PlayFrank ad for more details on how to book Lisa as your wedding singer! When she isn’t on the stage, Lisa is the proud mommy of two beautifully kind kiddos, Leo and Hazel. Lisa would like to thank her most special audience supporters, including her husband-Cody, parents-Perry & Lori Andre, sisters-Sara, and Kayla, along with many wonderful friends and family.


Tom Verbrick

Tom is pleased to be performing with Let Me Be Frank Productions for over 20 years now. Before LMBF, Tom worked with the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, First Stage Theater Academy Milwaukee, was a stuntman at Great America, and once doubled for Jay Leno.  He also has 2 credits on the IMDB so go check that out.  Currently, Tom is also employed at Associated Bank. “It has been a very exciting journey with my LMBF family, and I appreciate the liberty that I am given to mess with everyone onstage.  I look forward to another fun-filled year with my stage family and friends and I would like to continue to thank God for my talents and opportunities.”

Sarah Galati

Sarah is thrilled to be celebrating her sixth season with the LMBF family. Working with the incredibly talented group in her hometown is a dream come true! Sarah’s musical theatre training began at a young age at home with musical parents and continued into adulthood at Edgewood College and St. Norbert College. Sarah has performed with Knights on Broadway, The Abbey Singers, Knight Theatre, Project Pink, Allouez Village Band, and St. Norbert College Summer Stage (Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins). She also performs as Adele and Rosemary Clooney in Frank’s Tribute. When she’s not on stage, Sarah loves being at home with her 1 year old daughter Luisa and teaching voice lessons through her business, Honeybee Music LLC. Sarah sends her love to spicy husband, Luigi. Amore e baci!


Blake Hermans

24-year-old Blake Matthew Hermans, son of Frank Hermans, has been with Let Me Be Frank Productions for a decade now. His first show, “Through Curly’s Eyes: The Packers Heritage Trail,” back in 2013, caused him to fall in love with theater. He qualified for callbacks on NBC’s, The Voice, three years in a row. As well as performing with Let Me Be Franks, he is also the front man and songwriter of local band, Floral Friday, which has amassed over 100k streams. He feels very blessed to be a part of this troupe and appreciates the ability to perform alongside his family and friends.

Kasey Schumacher

Kasey is thrilled to make appearances with Let Me Be Frank Productions again in 2024! Even though she is not on the LMBF stage as often as she used to be, she works behind-the-scenes as Let Me Be Frank Productions’ marketing director. In addition, Kasey is part of Frank’s Tribute, portraying Karen Carpenter. She has performed locally with The Pink Floyd Tribute Band: Project Pink, Play-by-Play Theatre, and sings for weddings/special events. Kasey graduated summa cum laude from St. Norbert College in 2013, where she studied Communication and Media and was involved with Knights on Broadway and Knight Theatre. In 2021, she earned her Master of Science degree in Communication from Purdue University. Her favorite role to date, though, is wife to Ross and mama to their adorable sons, Wilson (5) and Levi (2). Kasey would like to thank her Corrado and Schumacher families for their continual love and support.

Paul Evansen

Paul Evansen is excited to be performing again with the LMBF gang in 2024! Paul currently works for Vande Hey Company where he oversees the Commercial Sales & Maintenance Division.  Serving Northeast Wisconsin since 1950, Vande Hey Company is family owned with a strong tradition of excellence and a rock-solid reputation. They work with both residential and commercial clients, offering a vast array of landscape and design services. Paul lives in the Fox Cities and is grateful for the love and support of his four amazing children! Paul first began performing on stage back in 1984 in a Neenah High School production of “Oklahoma” – yeah – I know he doesn’t look it, but he’s really that old! Over the years, he has performed with Riverside Players, Attic Theater, and more, but he found his theater “home” when he had the chance to perform for the first time with Frank, Pat, and the gang back in 2005. Paul also portrays Neil Diamond as part of LMBF’s All-Star Tribute. He is grateful to be taking the stage with this talented group of local artists and thankful for the wonderful audiences that give back to us with their laughter and applause.

Harrison Hermans

Harrison Hermans is beyond excited to be performing with Let Me Be Frank Productions for his 4th summer! Last year, Harrison portrayed Frank’s gyro-making son in “Bayfest”, with LMBF. He also played Genie in Brillion Middle School’s production of “Aladdin”. Other roles with LMBF’s include: Amy’s little brother in “Menoma Mia – Here We Go Again” (2022), and Baba Louie in “Pennings from Heaven” (2021). He opened up the Christmas show in 2020 (singing & playing guitar), and in 2018 he sang “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas”. Harrison has had small cameo roles in several LMBF productions throughout the years. Harrison’s love of music started early – he got his first drum set at age 2, and he also plays guitar, piano and trombone. Harrison would like to thank his family for all their help and support. Obviously, Amy & Frank are extremely proud of their talented boy!

Tony Pilz

Tony has been a musician for more than 40 years, and a member of the Let Me Be Frank’s cast for over 23 years. Performing at the Meyer Theatre has been both exciting and rewarding, and he feels truly blessed to work with such talented actors and musicians. Tony would like to thank his wife, Sue, and children Myranda, Justin, and Madeline, for all the support they give him. “A big thank you to all of you for supporting live theater in Green Bay!”

Andrew Klaus

Andrew grew up in a musical household. His father, Kelly, was a mentor to him growing up, helping him learn the ins and out of the business. Throughout high school, he was a part of every music program offered, and that love carried him to college. Andrew went to McNally Smith in St. Paul for percussion performance. When he returned from college, he started playing live gigs and spent his whole 20s never slowing down. Andrew was a part of local award-winning bands such as Next Weeks News, Shaker and the Egg (2 WAMI, Best of the Bay), Consult the Briefcase (1 WAMI), and has filled in with countless more. In 2014 Andrew won the WAMI Award for Drummer of the Year. Currently, Andrew also works at Heid Music teaching drum and piano lessons. He is super excited for this new phase in life and grateful for the opportunity to work with such amazing people!

Kelly Gusloff

Kelly is thrilled to be back on stage with her Let Me Be Frank family – a group of people she has known and loved since 2010. Kelly is a 2010 graduate of St. Norbert College, where she received a bachelor’s degree in Communications and a minor in music. She has performed in numerous shows in the Green Bay area and is a marketing + communications professional. Kelly gives special thanks to her family for their never-ending support; her husband, David Gusloff, for being so wonderful and their children, Vincent, Henry, and Millie.

John Singer

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is John Singer, and I’m a guitar player. I sing too! It’s not just a clever name. But for our purposes here, we’ll stick to the guitar. Growing up in the twin cities of Marinette / Menominee, I was taught privately by my mentor / local legend, Gerry Cain. I would later take my talents to a larger twin cities where I attended the McNally-Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minnesota. Graduating with a BAS-Guitar Performance in 2010, my  musical journey has spanned Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan. With my greatest joy thus far being performing with my mentor, Gerry Cain, and his musical family in Singer-Cain. Now for 2024 and beyond, I am excited to join another musical family. The Let Me Be Frank family. I look forward to sharing my passion with you. I’ll see you at curtain call.

Kelly Klaus

Kelly has performed all over the United States and Canada as the guitarist for Mid-West’s power rock band, The Blitz, in the late ‘80s. Before that, he was the guitarist in the trio, Excalibur, which performed in night clubs and high school dances all over Wisconsin. In 1991 Kelly joined NE Wisconsin’s premier variety band, After Dark, and has remained with the core of that group to this day. After Dark eventually evolved into the multi-WAMI award-winning tribute band, SEPARATE WAYS – The Journey Tribute. Kelly has been nominated for WAMI awards for guitarist, guitar instructor, and audio mixing multiple times over the years. Live audio mixing has been a passion of Kelly’s since his teenage years. Being a part of the Let Me Be Frank family as its audio director is a true honor and a challenge every day, one Kelly loves.

Ross Loining

Ross comes to Let Me Be Franks from LA, California. Ross is a co-owner/Light Designer of On-Stage Productions of Green Bay. Ross is also a musician and plays in local bands such as Separate Ways (Tribute to Journey) as well as Replica (Classic Rock). Ross has been performing in the area for over 20 years and has designed lighting for Cheap Trick, Last in Line, LA Guns, and many more. In addition, Ross is Kewaunee Counties Information Technologies Director and has worked there for over 20 years. Ross looks forward to sharing new and exciting light designs for Let Me Be Frank Productions.

Nate Riemer

Nate has 3 wonderful children; Jillian, Logan, and Mason, and the most wonderful wife in the world, Kathi. Nate graduated from the top of his class at NWTC with an associate degree in Digital Media. Nate enjoys creating the video clips used in some of the Let Me Be Frank shows and filling in for Ross running the lights. Nate is also the producer and editor for Frankly Green Bay T.V. segment on Local 5 Live.

Michael P. Hermans

Growing up with Frank (Beav) and Heath was quite the experience. My childhood was a blur then all of a sudden, this 16-year-old punk who thought he knew it all saw Mary, the most beautiful girl in the world sitting in an English class at Bayport High School on his first day of his 2nd year of 10th grade! My wife Mary and I now have 3 awesome children Sarah, Michaela, and Michael, along with 5 spectacular grandchildren. Who would have thought I’d be lucky enough to work with my bro and others doing a tribute to George Jones. I also enjoy being part owner of our magazine Frankly Green Bay.

Sue Pilz

Sue is the reason we have wonderful cast and performance photos. Sue is our resident Let Me Be Frank Productions photographer, handling cast headshots, promotional photos, and live images from our shows. She extends beyond LMBF with her photography business, Sue Pilz Photography, where she has grown her repertoire to include senior photos, wedding portraits, and baby and family photography, to name a few! When she isn’t behind the lens, she works at Rhyme Business Products. You may recognize her last name too – she’s the wife of “Mr. Orchestra” Tony Pilz! Sue feels very fortunate to work with such a talented cast of amazing people capturing photos of the characters they portray show after show!!

Bev Riemer

Bev has made many fabulous costumes for LMBFrank’s throughout the years and is always happy to help out whenever a zipper is broken, or a button is popped! For 30 years, she ran her own in-home daycare, and is one of the most patient people you could ever meet! This amazing woman also babysits the Hermans kids so Amy & Frank can perform for all of you. LMBF Productions would literally not be possible without her!

Linda Groskopf

After basic instruction and years of studying various techniques in multiple art mediums, I feel fortunate to have been asked to create some of the unique costumes and stage props for Let Me Be Frank Productions. I am thankful for the encouragement, support, and prolific patience of my family, friends, and coworkers. Thank you all!

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