Stan Stine has a 35+ year music-theatre career and is an OSU alumnus. For Gahanna Community Theatre in 2011, Stan performed in Mame and 2010, The Sound of Music. In 2009, Stan was King Sextimus in Once Upon A Mattress, 2008, he played Gaston in Beauty & the Beast, 2006 he was Rudolph in Hello, Dolly! and he was cast as Ewart Dunlap, in 2005’s The Music Man. Stan directed For Such A One As This and the musical premiere of Hope Is Born Again for Stonybrook United Methodist Church Drama Theatre. In 2004, Stan was Hamlet in the musical Rags at Gallery Players. He Produced Stepping Out, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown and he was cast as Felix Ungar in The Odd Couple for Emerald City Players in Dublin, which earned him the Central Ohio Best Actor of the Year. Stan hosted ECP’s Just Desserts Theatre and was a featured vocalist with the Emerald City Swing Orchestra. Stan portrayed Detective Dan, in the Map Torch independent motion picture, Jack’s Habit. In 2003, he played Mr. MacAfee in Bye Bye Birdie for Gallery Players and in 2002 he appeared as comic, Neal Tilden, in ECP’s 1940’s Radio Hour and he won Central Ohio's Best Comedy Actor of the Year. Also in 2002, Stan shined as King Arthur in Camelot for GCT and was cast in GCT’s summer Creekside Murder Mystery Theatre for four seasons. In 1997, Stan undertook double roles in Actors Theatre’s Oliver. Other roles: Oliver (Bill Sykes) GCT 1995, Brigadoon (Tommy) GCT 1996, Guys & Dolls (Sky) GCT 1998, ‘Lil Abner (General Bullmoose) GCT 1999, Annie (Servant) GCT 2001, My Fair Lady (Chorus) 1997, Carousel (Tech) 2000 & Oklahoma (Tech) 2007.