Director Of Operations
Rebecca (Becky) Dibben is the current Director of Operations for Great Plains Theatre (GPT). Becky has been active behind the scenes as a costumer for the theatre off and on since 2000. However she has helped the theatre in many other ways over the last 20 years. Becky and her family became active with GPT in 2001, when her son Nathan debuted as Christopher Robin in the Children’s Literature series. Since that time her husband Monte, Nathan, and grandchildren (Mackenzie, Ethan, and Nolan) have all performed in numerous performances at GPT. GPT has truly become a multigenerational family activity. Becky has also used her sewing skills to costume at Junction City Little Theatre and Chapman High School also for many years. In the spare time that she has, formal and bridal gown alterations keep her sewing machines working. Becky has been active in the community as a 4H community leader and county fair judge for many years working with youth and adults. Becky has a passion for GPT and its ongoing success for many years to come.
Mitchell is from the Detroit, MI area and a graduate from Oakland University with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Mitch has been performing on stage since he was 10 years old. He also got his start working off stage learning to direct, write, and manage at a very early age. Mitchell has been seen on the GPT stage in favorites such as Buddy the Elf (Elf the Musical), Younger Brother (Ragtime), Pinocchio/Pied Piper (Shrek), Snoopy (You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown), Smee (Peter and the Starcatcher), and more! In addition, his first shows directed at GPT were Empires Fall and Makin' Magic. Other Regional/National Tour Credits: Cap'n Turbot (Nickelodeon's PAW Patrol Live!), Cat in the Hat (Seussical), Harold Bride (Titanic the Musical), Corny Collins (Hairspray). When not performing or teaching, you can often find Mitch eating chips and dips while setting the latest trend! Mitchell would like to thank his family, Kim, his best buds, mentors, friends, and God for their support and inspiration.
Jean Wohler is originally from Vermont, but truly loves her beautiful Kansas home. She is married to a fifth generation Kansan. Their interests include antiquing, restoring old houses, and driving around aimlessly. She has a Masters Degree in Reading from Ball State University and a B.S. from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in Special Education and Elementary Education. White water rafting down the Desolation Canyon, STEM classes, and having visited 46 of the 48 lower states are some features that make Jean extraordinary. Jean enjoys reading, teaching, and researching. Her love for animals is quite significant! Quack quack!