Fairfield Footlighters:

Fairfield Footlighters is a local community theatre for the greater Fairfeild area. Members donate their time and talents, are committed to making the theatrical experience more accessible to the public, and provide opportunities for artists of all ages to enhance their dramatic skills. Our mission is to help Fairfield, and surrounding areas, grow in knowledge, appreciation and enthusiasm for the theatre arts.

Fairfield Footlighters was founded on April 30, 2001 by John Brunner, Raymond Sullivan (1931-2015) and Sterling Uhler (1931-2004).

Fairfield Footlighters is a proud member of ACT of Greater Cincinnati and Ohio Community Theatre Association.
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Board of Directors:

President:  Victoria Bailey   2016-2019           email: footlighterspres@gmail.com

Secretary:  Melissa Noll       2016-2019         

Treasurer:  Heidi Schiller     2015-2018             Webmaster 

Jim C. Davis                          2016-2019          Historian

Jason Hauslein                     2017-2020            Technical Director

Kevin Noll                              2017-2020            ACT/OCTA Representative

April Osborne                       2015-2018

Coby Osborne                     2015-2018

Dan Schindler                       2017-2020  

Board Members are elected to three-year terms.


RAYMOND R. SULLIVAN, JR   1931-2015

It is with great fondness that we remember Ray Sullivan, our Fairfield Footlighters Co-Founder, who passed away at the age 83 on January 22, 2015.  As many of you know, Ray was incredibly passionate about community theatre. He gave tirelessly of his time, both on-stage and off, spent many hours directing shows, and served as Treasurer for over ten years. Ray co-founded Fairfield Footlighters in 2001 with his good friends, Sterling Uhler and John Brunner. Over the years, Ray worked backstage, acted, produced and directed many shows including "Crimes of the Heart" in 2006, and "Wait Until Dark" in 2012. We miss you, Ray!