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 nearly 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, “Something Stinks in Kaukauna” and “Shaken Not Stirred Clintonville” 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!
This is a reality because of our fantastic cast, Frank is humbled to work with you all! Frank was named N. E. WI Tourism person of 2018 and was awarded the Tim Quigley award from the Green Bay area Convention Bureau. Frank is honored to be named Best of the Bay musician by the Green Bay Press Gazette for the eighth time; 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. You can catch Frank as a fill in co-host of Local Five Live on WFRV TV channel 5. Check out Frank’s monthly magazine FranklyGreen Bay and catch Frankly Green Bay on TV 5 every Thursday at 9am on Local 5 Live. This will be Frank’s 14th year as co-host of the CP Telethon March 2nd and 3rd on WBAY TV 2. Frank and Andrew Kruse (Frankly Green Bay editor) published their first book “Simply Frank”, the story of how it all started. To order a book call Frank at 920-371-4070. Frank thanks his dream girl Amy and his wonderful kids; Josh, Austin, Blake, Katrina, Harrison, Jack, Vivian and stepson Darien for their support. We hope to make a memorable experience for you at Let Me Be Frank’s! Get your laugh on with Franks! Drop Frank a line at 920-371-4070 or CONTACT US >>
Amy Riemer-Hermans has been performing with Let Me Be Frank Productions since 1999 and has been Vocal Director for 13 years! Before that, she graduated from St. Norbert College, where she was involved in Swinging Knights, Summer Music Theater, Knight Theater and Chamber Singers. Amy has sung with the Allouez Village Band, Pamiro Opera and Green Bay Chamber Choir. She also taught general music in Texas for 5 years. 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 all their support- Mom, (this incredible woman babysits my kids, makes most of my costumes, & helps me keep my sanity!) Dad, Nate, Kathi, Jillian, Logan & Mason and step-kids Austin, Blake & Katrina. Amy dedicates all her performances to her amazing children-Darien, Harrison, Jack and Vivian! Special thanks to my husband Frank, for making all my dreams come true -Love You!
Hello 2019! I cannot believe how fast time flies. I’ve been doing this for almost 2 decades. I’ve been in over 100 different shows and nearly 2000 performances and it seems like we’re just getting started! I want to thank Frank for giving me this opportunity all those years ago. I am grateful and proud to be part of this crazy adventure and I never take it for granted. My hat is off to our hard- working cast and crew. I Love you guys! Speaking of love; Special thanks goes to my wife Tina, and my amazing kids, Zach & Abbie, for their never-ending support and understanding. I know I say this every year but, I want to sincerely thank our fans and supporters. You are truly the reason we’re still here. Stop by and say hello after the show, or, drop me a line at email@example.com. I’m looking forward to meeting more of you this year. Enjoy the show and God bless.
Lisa Borley is pleased to be joining Let Me Be Frank Productions in her tenth year! Working with this incredibly talented group of characters has been a dream come true. Lisa grew up on a small farm in Casco and 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 is also now performing as Barbra Streisand in the LMBF Tribute group. She also loves singing for weddings (check out my PlayFrank ad!) and with John Kelley and the Fusion Express Orchestra. When she isn’t on the stage, Lisa is the proud mommy to her spunky sidekick son, Leo and kindhearted adventurous daughter, Hazel. Lisa would like to thank her most special audience supporters including her husband-Cody, parents-Perry and Lori Andre, sisters-Sara and Kayla along with many wonderful friends and family.
Tom is pleased to be performing for Let Me Be Franks for over seventeen years now. Prior to Frank’s, Tom worked with the Milwaukee Rep., First Stage Theater Academy Milwaukee, was a stuntman at Great America and once doubled for Jay Leno. Currently, Tom is employed at Associated bank. “It has been a very exciting journey with my Frank’s family and I look forward to another fun filled year. I would like to thank God for my talents and opportunities and I would especially like to thank my wife, Tammy for all of her support and understanding.”
Kasey is thrilled to be in her seventh season with Let Me Be Frank Productions! In addition to LMBF, Kasey is part of Frank’s Tribute (portraying Karen Carpenter!). Kasey currently works as marketing director for Let Me Be Frank Productions. You can find her byline in Frank’s monthly magazine, Frankly Green Bay, where she contributes a social media column entitled Social Cues. She also performs with The Pink Floyd Tribute Band: Project Pink, sings for weddings and special events and assists co-hosting the annual CP Telethon. Kasey graduated summa cum laude from St. Norbert College in 2013, where she studied Communication and Media. While at St. Norbert College she was a four-year member of Knights on Broadway, and participated in Knight Theatre. Her favorite role to date though is wife to Ross, and mom to their adorable son, Wilson. Kasey would like to give a shout out to her Corrado and Schumacher families for their continual love and support.
Michael Thomas O’Malley is thrilled to be acting with Let Me Be Frank Productions for his second year. O’Malley is a graduate of West De Pere High School where he began a life on stage as Demetrius in a ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and went on to perform in a dozen other plays while he was a Phantom. Deciding to stay local, O’Malley attended St. Norbert College for a degree in Theater Arts. Professor Stephen Rupsch would hone in O’Malley’s craft of acting and character development, which lead to his most memorable performance as Nicholas in ‘One For the Road’. O’Malley’s professional career would begin with the production of the ‘Vagabond Halfback’ starring as Johnny Blood. O’Malley would like to personally thank; Professor Rupsch, for his in depth knowledge and amazing direction, Frank Hermans, for the opportunity of a lifetime, the cast of Let Me Be Frank for being so welcoming, his extended family for proving anything is possible, and most importantly thank you to Marcella and Michael O’Malley who have stood by their son proudly as he embarks on a dream.
Adam has been immersed in music since the very beginning. He grew up in a musical household with his father, Gerry Cain, playing and teaching guitar in various settings throughout his life. Adam received his first drum set as a Christmas gift at the age of 4 and hasn’t looked back since. He has received accolades, awards and achievements throughout his musical career. He currently teaches drums and percussion at Heid Music in Green Bay and is always accepting new students. Adam would like to thank his friends and family for all of their continued support and his wife Jessica and step-son Dylan for their love, encouragement and patience. Lastly, a huge thank you to the Let Me Be Frank family for allowing him to be part of such a talented group! “I’m looking forward to seeing you at the shows in 2019.
Tony has been a musician for over thirty years and a member of the Let Me Be Frank’s cast for 18 years. Performing at the Meyer Theatre has been both exciting and rewarding, and he feels truly blessed to work 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!”
Dennis happily joins the Frank’s crew for his 12th year and is honored to be the troupe’s Band Director. He is a two-time State of Wisconsin WAMI winner, has been in successful area bands including Juke Box Hero and High Risk, and has played all over the United States. Dennis teaches guitar at Kidz Wanna Rock and is accepting new students. Let’s have a great year!
Being a part of Let Me Be Frank Productions has been a lifelong goal for Blake. Blake is more than happy that the day has finally come. Blake has grown up with Let Me Be Franks due to the fact that Frank is in fact his father. His first show with Let Me Be Frank Productions was “Through Curly’s Eyes: The Packers Heritage Trail” back in 2013. In 2018, Blake qualified for callbacks for the hit NBC show, The Voice. Prior to LMBF, Blake performed in many school performances and portrayed such characters as Pugsley Addams in the musical The Addams Family, and the king in the play The Three Musketeers. Blake is very excited to see what this year with Let Me Be Franks has in store for him.
Talor Sohr is honored and very excited to be a part of LMBF Productions! This is her second show with Frank, and all the cast and crew members have been more than welcoming and encouraging. Talor grew up in Bonduel and when she was 13 years old, became involved in a community theatre. Since then, she has been involved with band and choir in middle and high school. She also joined Show Choir when she was a freshman at Bonduel High. Talor continued her education at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay where she majored in Theatre: Emphasis in Musical Theatre and a minor in Music. Since then, she has been involved with numerous performances, most recently The Voice of Hope Competition that helped raise money for the American Cancer Society and The Pink Floyd Tribute Band: Project Pink. Talor has always had a strong passion for singing and hopes to one day become a professional singer in her own band. Talor would like to thank her parents, Brian and Diane Sohr, for their unconditional love and support, and always telling her to never give up on her dreams. She would also like to thank her sisters, Arielle and Charlotte, for their advice and choreography help. And last but not least, Talor would like to thank her boyfriend Tony, “Thanks for listening to me sing hours on end and helping me with my lines!”
Sarah’s debut to performing was a disheveled production of Annie on her back porch at the age of 5 with her sisters Amy and Kerri. She is now thrilled to be joining the Let Me Be Frank cast. A Howard-Suamico native, working with the incredibly talented group is a dream come true for Sarah. She began taking music and theatre lessons at a young age and has not stopped since. After graduating from Bay Port High School, she continued to study her passion for performing at Edgewood College in Madison. A few years later, Sarah took her sense of curiosity and fondness for knowledge to St. Norbert College and obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics. There, she regularly performed with the Knights on Broadway, The Abbey Singers, and Knight Theatre. Sarah also performs with The Pink Floyd Tribute Band: Project Pink, Allouez Village Band, St. Norbert College Summer Stage, and individually at weddings, special events, and area shows. Sarah also works full-time at Heid Music as the Executive Assistant and Donations Coordinator. She would like to give a special thank you to her family for standing proudly by her side with encouragement and endless love.
Zach Hibbard is excited to be in another Let Me Be Frank Productions show! After graduating from West De Pere High School, he received his BA in Communication from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. While attending West De Pere, Zach was a member of more than a dozen productions and enjoyed playing several lead roles during that time. In addition to the theater stage, he has been performing with bands for 10 years. Zach is very thankful for the opportunity to be involved with Let Me Be Frank Productions. He is also grateful for the warm welcome from the Let Me Be Franks family. Lastly, he would like to thank his entire family for all their support.
Kelly is thrilled to be a member of Let Me Be Frank Productions for her ninth year. She is a 2010 graduate of St. Norbert College, where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, and a minor in Music. Kelly has performed in numerous shows in the Green Bay area and is a full-time working mom. Kelly gives special thanks to her Frank’s family for their endless friendship and love; her family for their outstanding support; her husband, David Gusloff, for being so wonderful and their children, Vincent, Henry and Millie.
David is honored to be a member of the Let Me Be Frank’s family for his ninth year. He joined Frank’s after receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance from St. Norbert College in 2011, and later received a second degree in Education at UWGB. David has been featured in many local shows and is currently a teacher at Bayview Middle School. David would like to thank his family, beautiful wife (Kelly Gusloff), awesome sons (Vincent & Henry) and wonderful daughter (Millie) for all of their love and support.
Jeff Arnold began playing piano at age 7 and studied professionally for the next 12 years. As a pianist in the USAF bands, he expanded his taste in music to include big band, swing , and the pop genre of the early eighties. Jeff, owner of Arnold Pianoworks piano service, has a degree in piano technology, and is currently a Registered Piano Technician (RPT) in the Piano Technicians Guild. After quite some time away from performing he has rediscovered a love for playing, and performs with Pink Floyd Tribute, Project Pink, as well as lmbf’s. A special thank you for the love and support of his biggest fans, Jennifer, Hannah, Haley and granddaughter Reese.
Heath is the proud father of three of the most dynamic kids in the world; Karina 25, Heath Jr. 24, and Dalton 22. Heath is proud to say he is an original member of Let me be Franks and Franks Dinner theatre, having performed in their very first show ‘The Fabulous 70’s’ in May of 2000. Heath is delighted to share the stage with his big bro Frank once again.
Tracey has spent the past 18 years working in technical theater as a lighting designer, stage manager, scenic carpenter, props master and wardrobe mistress. She worked with theater companies all over the country including the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the Hartford Stage Company and The Children’s Theater Company of Minneapolis before settling in De Pere with her family. Along with working for Let Me Be Frank Productions, Tracey works as a freelance theater technician in the Fox Valley area. She appreciates having the opportunity to spend her evenings laughing with Frank and Pat, listening to the incredible voices of the cast and rockin’ with the phenomenal band.
Nate has three wonderful children; Jillian, Logan, and Mason and the most wonderful wife in the world Kathi. Nate graduated 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. Nate is also the producer and editor for Frankly Green Bay TV segment on Local 5 Live. His day job is at U.S. Captioning.
Michael P. Hermans
Growing up with Frank (Beav) and Heath was quite the experience. My childhood was a blur then all of the 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 Frankly Green Bay. My real job though is at BelGioioso Cheese.
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!!
Ashley Lasee is thrilled to be the new lighting assistant for Let Me Be Frank Productions for the 2018 season. After graduating from West De Pere High School, she attended Northeast Wisconsin Technical College for her degree in Law Enforcement/Criminal justice. In addition, she has been head of security at Green Bay Fear for the past four years and assists with SFX makeup as well. After being introduced to the world of theater, she has been involved with a few productions presented by the Green Bay Theater Company (hair and makeup). Ashley would like to personally thank: her parents, boyfriend Michael O’Malley, Brother Brian, sister-in-law Kim, grandparents and friends for all of their love and support; Tracey Cook for being the best mentor that anyone could ask for and last but not least, each member of the LMBF cast for the warm welcome, awesome music and laughs that never end.