Patricia (Trish) has loved to sing all her life; her first performance was in the 6th grade when she wrote and performed a Hawaiian skit for a school program. Trish's love of theater began in Big Bear Lake with Bear Valley Onstage. Starting as a member of the chorus, she moved to leading roles (Kate Keller in The Miracle Worker; Veta Louise in Harvey) and directed her first show - Mister Roberts (a story she's loved since 9th grade Drama class). In Orange County she connected with the Westminster and Huntington Beach playhouses where she's enjoyed years of performing and directing shows.
Trish and Brad met in 1987 and married in 1989. They've happily performed in countless productions together (Robber Bridegroom, Sound of Music, Man of La Mancha, to name a few) and proudly produced and directed such productions as 1776 and West Side Story for the Westminster Cultural Center. Their second production of 1776 opened the Rose Center Theater in 2006 (both productions were Directed by Patricia, with Bradley as John Adams).
Affectionately known as The Couple, they were also members of the Orange County Light Opera Association where they performed in many delightful Gilbert & Sullivan operettas: The Mikado, HMS Pinafore, and Gilbert & Sullivan On the High Seas (performed during The Tall Ship Festival aboard The Pilgrim at Dana Point, CA).