Ken Roht

Ken is from Los Angeles.  Producing Artistic Director of ORPHEAN CIRCUS, a multimedia production company.  Director/choreographer: The Bloody Indulgent, feature film musical (also wrote), starring Kevin Richardson of The Backstreet Boys; Ken Roht’s Miss Julie(n), MorYork Gallery; Offenbach!!!, Bard Summerscape, NY;  Breasts of Tiresias/Tears of a Knife and Good Soldier Schweik, Long Beach Opera; Last Resort (operetta, also wrote), REDCAT; the 99c Holiday Spectacles (seven seasons, also wrote) Evidence Room and Bootleg Theaters.  Choreographer: Philharmonic 360, New York Philharmonic; Monodramas, New York City Opera; Verdi’s Macbeth, Boston Lyric Opera; American Night, Yale Repertory, La Jolla Playhouse; The Shaggs, History of the World, New York’s Playwrights Horizons; Oregon Shakespeare Festival (seven seasons); Stones in His Pockets, Mark Taper Forum; Reza Abdoh’s Dar a Luz (seven years); Listen to Me and So Long Ago I Can’t Remember, Michael Counts’ Gale Gates; music videos for Sanrio, Jamie Cullum.  Performer: Bill Viola; Paul McCarthy; Permissible Union (also wrote) for L.A. Grand Performances; Orange Star in Orange Star Dinner Show (also wrote), Spiegeltent, NY.  Grants and commissions, including Plum Foundation, Good Works, Audrey Skirball-Kenis Theater Projects and  Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles. 

Rick Lunn
Rick Lunn is a Colorado based production efficiency specialist , having shepherded many projects from pre-production to DVD distribution.  He has worked extensively in feature film, documentary, theatrical video installations and web content.  He is an award winning post production sound designer and editor.  For the last ten years, Rick has been the Media Director for The Cavaliers Drum & Bugle Corps, a nationally renowned and highly successful non-profit organization for young people from the ages of sixteen through twenty-one.  

As a Tour Manager/Producer, Rick has organized The Cavaliers in their yearly summer tours, in charge of more than two hundred people for their annual bus-and-truck tour of 13,000 miles across the United States.  

Like Mr. Roht, Rick is a founding member of Orphean Circus, producing and designing more than a dozen theatrical productions over the last twenty years.  Perfect Cowboy is a reunion of their particular talents and similar sensibilities. 

Jeremy Glaholt
Director of Photography

Since graduating in 2002 with a degree in Film, Television and New Media from SDSU Jeremy has lived in Los Angeles where he has immersed himself in the entertainment industry. With over 15 years of experience in all fields throughout the industry he has developed a wealth of knowledge that has become the foundation to his career as a cinematographer and art director. The commercial environment has given him the opportunity to work with some very talented and influential directors like Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman) as well as being mentored by some of the best Production Designers in the business, specifically James Chinlund (The Avengers, The Fountain, Requiem for a Dream). In the past five years he has used this knowledge as a Cinematographer and Art Director for commercials, photography shoots, and short films. He is currently looking to expand his clientele and grow further as an artist in these fields.  Jeremy recently moved to Berlin, Germany to explore its independent film scene. Already having had designed the short film “Spuren Von Morgen” directed by Fabiano Mixo he is now in post-production on his short film Catch.

Karen Steward
Production Designer 
Karen Steward is a Los Angeles-based Art Director/Production Designer/Artist educated in Architecture and Fine Art with a keenly diverse interest in the visual narrative of story and places.  Karen and Mr. Roht have collaborated over the years, most notably the Summerscape Festival at Bard College, NY (Offenbach!!).  Karen has recently finished work on “Olympus Has Fallen” and is currently working at HBO on “Newsroom” while always on the search for innovative and forward projects such as “Perfect Cowboy”.  Other film credits include “Lackawana Blues” and “Henry Poole is Here”.


Tristan Creeley - Second Camera

Kirsten Oglesby - Art Director           Kevin Dekimpe - Sound Man

    Bernadette Cabuay-Kelly - Production Manager

Alex Castro - P.A./Slate Man                           Nathan Kras - Chef

Cammi Carter - Asst. Art Department

                                                                  Ken Roht                                                         Jeffrey Watkins                                                   

     William Nicol                                                     Sharon Bollum

Sienna G. Beckman                                 Asha Iyer  
Charla Cochran                                          Kenneth Hughes 
 Mike Bollum                                       Kelli Fish  

Alicia Hunt                    Andrew Conard                    Sharon Hall

Cloggers from the Northern California Clogging Association

Singers and Handbell Choir from 
the First Congregational Church, Tulare

Musical Theater Students from 
University of California, Irvine

Kathi Finnerty...

                                                                       ... and her steeds Peekaboo, the sweetest horse ever,
                                                                                                               and Chuck, the Lovable Donkey

Hilary Glaholt
Link to IMDB

Sharon Bollum

Sharon Bollum lives in Fair Oaks CA with her husband, Mike, and their 2 pampered dogs (Harley and Stuart). She has 3 grown children and 2  adorable grandsons who light her world.  Acting was Sharon’s first passion and it colored her life from a very early age with dreams of being on stage or even becoming “a movie star” one day. Her mother impressed upon her that acting was only a “pipe dream” and convinced her to put her energies into a more practical future. As an adult she participated in Community Theater as often as her busy life could make room for it just for the joy of being on stage.  In 1995 she accepted a call to Christian ministry and decided she should leave acting behind. Though she had no regrets about her choice, letting go of a dream is always a sad affair.  To have the opportunity, all these years later, to join the cast of Perfect Cowboy is like finding the key to an old Hope Chest . The passion inside was revived in an instant.

Because Perfect Cowboy is more than a movie, Sharon’s passion for the project stirred on more than one level. Being a part of something that calls others to Love on higher ground is more than worthy of time, talent and effort. Working with his production team gave Sharon opportunities to serve and support Ken Roht; the man, artist, dreamer and gentle activist she instantly loved and admired from the moment she met him.

Kathi Finnerty
Executive Producer/Attorney
Sacramento/Elk Grove

Mickey Cottrell
Executive Producer
Inclusive PR
Link to IMDB

Jerry Herman
Executive Producer

Rev. Stephanie Doss
Associate Producer 
First Congregational Church, Tulare
And a big thank you to Susan Burley, Musical Director

Dr. Gary Busby
Associate Producer, Chair of the Theater Department, 
U.C. Irvine
And a big thank you to Myrona DeLaney, Professor of Musical Theater

Gael Sosinsky
Associate Producer, Modesto/Oakdale
And a big thank you to Kevin Sosinsky


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