Renee Taylor & Joe Bologna

Marlow Wyatt/The Girl Blue Project

The Gallery Theatre

The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Project

What A Pair!

Chris DeCarlo

Joanne Gordon

Jim Maurer

Phillip Sokoloff

Kim O’Rourke

Ken Takemoto

Jennie Webb

Caprice Spencer Rothe

Theatre West


Caprice Spencer Rothe has been blessed to be able to make her living in the Arts for over 40 years, as a designer, scenic artist, dancer, pantomime, choreographer, film movement specialist, prop creator, clown, director, and arts educator.  Caprice began performing as a ballerina, drawn, not to the Swans and Princesses, but to the Fooles and Villains.  During the 20 years she made her primary living as a Mime and Theatrical Clown (Artist in Residence: Performing Tree – LAUSD), Caprice continued her interest in Graphics (BA – UCLA), often donating logo and marketing designs to the theater community. 

She’s been designing on the MAC since 1984, teaching in the MAC Lab at Long Beach City College where she was also the Movement, Mime & Mask Instructor.  Ms. Rothe joined the staff of the So. Coast Rep Youth Conservatory, teaching Mime and Mask Performance for 14 years and there made her professional directing debut.  During this time she attended Post Grad courses to receive a Community College Theater Arts Teaching Credential, made three Hollywood "alien" movies, joined SAG, worked with the Bard in the Yard on numerous productions, started a freelance Graphic Design business and a lifetime collaboration with a Sculptor in a venture called ABOUT FACE which marries performing and visual artists creating MASQUES. 

A shattered ankle curtailed her Mime career, but encouraged Caprice to focus on directing and producing original plays with the Long Beach Playhouse New Works Festival and the Primetime Players, the Long Beach Senior Citizen acting troupe.