CHAD GERLT: oversees every aspect of The MTH Theater at Crown Center from MTH's live musical productions to independently produced shows to theater rentals to fundraising. Chad attended JCCC, UMKC, and KU; studying Theater, Music Theory, Composition, Commercial Art, and Business. On a train car loading dock in 2003 he George Harter and Nathan Granner produced their very first MTH musical. Today MTH employs over 340 performers annually, entertaining over 35,000 people per year. Chad has also served as Entertainment Coordinator for WaterFire, a mega outdoor event on Brush Creek where over 100 performers entertained more than 20,000 people.
TIM SCOTT has produced and directed more than 60 original shows for MTH dating back to 2007, including MTH's critically acclaimed 2016 production of SONGS OF THE GREAT WAR, sponsored by The National World War I Museum and Memorial. In Kansas City, Tim has produced and directed events for The Kansas City Royals, The YMCA, Coterie Theatre, and Quality Hill Playhouse. As a 20 year member of Actors' Equity Association, Tim has performed on nearly every professional stage in Kansas City and has had the privilege to learn and work alongside Tony Award nominees Jeff Calhoun, Henry Krieger, Bill Russell, Sam Pinkleton, Lorin Latarro, and Phillip McKinley. He's happy and proud to be a part of the professional theater landscape in Kansas City, especially at Crown Center.
JEREMY WATSON has worked professionally all over KC as well as playing the National touring productions of MISS SAIGON, ANYTHING GOES, CINDERELLA, and THE PRODUCERS at Starlight; and has also played for productions at New Theatre and Kansas City Repertory Theatre. He has also served as Musical Director or accompanist for The Coterie, Unicorn, Starlight, American Heartland, and Quality Hill Playhouse. He has played nearly every MTH production over the last five years and holds a degree in Music Composition from the UMKC Conservatory of Music.
Emily Quinn Monrad oversees Rentals, Events, and all things Technical Theater at MTH. She is a KC Native with a BFA in Musical Theater from Wichita State. She is a Level One Sommelier with a broad background in event planning, fine dining, management, voiceover performance, stage direction, sound design and exceptional guest service. In 2015 she received a Kennedy Center Honor Award for Exceptional Direction of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” at WSU.
GEORGE HARTER founded MTH in 1998, and although he retired last year, he is back in the fold assisting with our fundraising goals. As resident historian, George also gives pre-show talks and enjoys planning and guiding Broadway theater trips.