Brenda Faatz Producer-Wee Noteables; Director Noteable Kids Arts & Enrichment Brenda is the creator and genius behind Wee Noteables and is a professional and critically acclaimed actress, singer and dancer. As important, she is a young children’s music educator and Director of the Noteable Kids Arts & Enrichment Center located in Denver, with a satelite location in Parker. Her expertise in music education and her accolades as a performer are the cornerstone of these productions. She co-writes all of the original Music and Scripts for the Wee Noteables with partner Peter Trimarco. She also directs, choreographs and performs as one of the Wee Noteables.
Since graduating from The University of Northern Colorado in the mid-80s with a BA in Musical Theater, and her extensive classical training as a singer, dancer and in all areas of performing arts, Brenda has performed at the Country Dinner Playhouse (Colorado), The Vogue Theater (Denver), The Boulder Dinner Theater, Chanhassen Dinner Theatres (Minneapolis) , StageWest,(Denver), Plymouth Playhouse (MN), The Cyrstal Palace (Aspen), and The Arvada Center for the Arts, to name a few. Her lead and supporting performances in Singing in the Rain, Nunsense, Anything Goes, Hello Dolly, A Chorus Line, 42nd Street, The Velveteen Rabbit and Annie, among others, garnered many accolades including a nomination for “Best Performance by an Actress in a Musical” (1989-90 Season); the Denver Drama Critics Circle Awards. Recognized for her superb musical talent and her “great comedic ability” Brenda, according to the Denver Post, “possesses the kind of personality-plus that leaps over the footlights.” As one of the first call performers in Colorado, she has caught the attention of many critics throughout her two-decade tenure as a singer and actress.
“Brenda Faatz manages to be even more vivacious and appealing than (Debbie) Reynolds was in the movie.” Singin in the Rain - Alan Stern Denver Post
“...Superbly gifted Faatz. In fact, Faatz has been nominated be Denver Drama Critics before for this very role. On this stage, she reprises it perfectly.” Nunsense - Mike Pearson Rocky Mountain News
“The character, Bonnie Latour, comes close to stealing the show a number of times with her powerful portrayal of a Doll’s dumb blond but smarter-than-you-think reality stunningly played by Brenda Faatz. She lights up the stage.” Anything Goes - Holly Bartges , Colorado Backstage
Executive Producer-Wee Noteables; Publisher Beyond Cinema Magazine; President Americana Records As a media professional and producer in the entertainment business, Peter has directed dozens of critically acclaimed productions over the past two decades. Currently the Director of Movie Media Group and Publisher of Beyond Cinema Magazine and President of Americana Records, he is active in helping create and bring new programs to music and the performing arts. He co-writes all of the original Music and Scripts for the Wee Noteables.
In the music industry he has been the executive producer and creative director on numerous successful projects for Willie Nelson, Roy Clark, Tim Weisberg, Images, Sister Sledge, Dotsero, Jeff Kashiwa, The Moscow String Quartet, Sam Harris, Roy Meriwether and Charley Pride. Two of these projects resulted in Grammy Award Nominations. In addition to his work in music and in publishing for the film industry, Peter has been a spokesperson for the recording industry on intellectual property rights and has been a featured guest on NPR’s Fresh Air, The London Financial Times, CNN and the Washington Post.