Theater is a way of life for Branden Bise

Branden Bise, with the Capital City Players, takes his place in the spotlight.

Branden Bise, with the Capital City Players, takes his place in the spotlight. Photo by Julie Smith.

Branden Bise estimates he spends 35 hours a week working and performing at Shikles Auditorium with the Capital City Players.

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“Even my wife has asked me why I spend this much time here,” he laughed.

“The best explanation I can give is that I’ve been doing theater since I was 6-year-old. It’s just in my blood.”

Bise started as a dancer working with his family with his mom, Gail, making his costumes and his dad, Frank, playing in a band. He’s now the vice president of the theater group as well as technical director.

“They put in me in front of an audience and are may inspiration,” he said.

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