Who We Are
Blue Fire Theatre creates life out – loud theatrical experiences.
We connect with our community through stories that make us
think, feel, laugh, love and become inspired.
Blue Fire Theatre's mission is to benefit our
community through theatre.
One Year Anniversary!!
Geno Carr most recently created the role of Oz & Others in the Tony Award-winning musical Come From Away on Broadway. San Diego: Alice, The Servant of Two Masters (San Diego Critics Circle nomination), The Foreigner, The Music Man and Mixtape (Lamb’s Player’s Theatre, Associate Artist), How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, Allegiance (The Old Globe); Come From Away (La Jolla Playhouse); Assassins, Parade, Little Shop of Horrors, Sweeney Todd (Cygnet Theatre, Resident Artist); I Love You Because, A Christmas Carol, Way Downriver (North Coast Rep); Next to Normal (San Diego Musical Theatre); 25th…Spelling Bee (Intrepid Theatre). Off Broadway: Bush Wars. National Tours: Phantom, Buddy Holly Story, Grease. Favorite regional: Leo in The Producers, Harold in The Full Monty, Sparky in Forever Plaid, Smee in Peter Pan, Feste in Twelfth Night, Buddy in City of Angels and Luther Billis in South Pacific. MFA: Acting/Directing, Sarah Lawrence College. Dual BA: Music/Theatre Arts, Hartwick College. GenoCarr.com.
Kristin a former Nassau County resident has served as a music director, director, choreographer, and/or performer for over 50 productions in theatres across Florida and North Carolina. Her recent work includes the roles of Svetlana in Chess at CPCC and Nancy in Oliver! at Theatre Charlotte in Charlotte, NC, and directing Ebenezer: A Christmas Carol and she helped create the amazing Summer Musical Theatre Camp for ACT. Kristin has also appeared in various roles at Walt Disney World as a singer/dancer, and she performed with “4 Girls Only” in the Mel’s Drive-in 50’s Show at Universal Orlando. Other favorite roles include Ruby in Dames at Sea, the title role in Peter Pan, Shelby in Steel Magnolias, and Peggy in The Taffetas. Kristin is a classically trained pianist and accompanist, and she has composed original vocal arrangements and collaborated on orchestrations for four musicals and one operetta written by Frank P. Trimble. She currently lives in Huntersville, NC with her husband Robert, 6-yr-old daughter Kate, and the kitten, Princess Mira Jemima Sakamoto.
Lee is a Jacksonville native and graduate of Douglas Anderson School of the Arts majoring in Vocal Music/Musical Theatre. Lee went on to study Musical Theatre at The Broadway Theatre Project and The American Musical and Dramatic Academy under the direction of such greats as Gregory Hines, Tommy Tune, Ann Reinking, Jules Styne, Chita Rivera and Patricia Birch. Working as a professional actor for almost 3 decades, Lee has traveled the U.S and Europe performing in national tours, regional theatres, amusement parks and dinner theatres in a vast array of musicals, plays and revues. Residing back in Jacksonville he is currently very active in the local arts community working as a director, producer, designer and theatre consultant. He is the Managing Director and founder of The 5 & Dime Theatre Co.
Marsha Dietlein Bennett began her career on the community theater stage of The Glendale Centre Theatre. She had leads in several shows there including Brigadoon, Oklahoma, No No Nanette, and Father of the Bride. Her first movie role was starring in Return of the Living Dead: Part 2. Since then she has worked consistently on stage in LA and NY, performing in Woman in Mind (with Helen Mirren), The Wood Demon, and Of Mice and Men (with the Antaeus company), Over the River and Through the Woods (original cast member), The Old Boy (Keen company), and many others. Her film and television credits include several episodes of each Law and Order franchise, Gossip Girl, Little Children, Getting Grace, and films with Ed Burns including, Nice Guy Johnny, Newlyweds, The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, and the soon to be released Beneath the Blue Suburban Skies. She has also been in over 50 national commercials and performed in the BBC radio dramas, The Handmaid’s Tale (as Offred), The Day Lehman Died, Severed Threads, and the popular podcast Life/After (as Shannon). Marsha currently lives in NY with her husband, 2 children, and dog Pixie.