Mr. Zumwalt purchased the Cabaret in the late 1990s. With his diverse and comprehensive banking background and financial acumen, he has transformed the Boggstown Cabaret into a world-class tourist destination.
The Boggstown Cabaret is simple by design. Brad's philosophy is to utilize, as he calls it, "forward thinking." To move forward, embrace change and new ideas, and to be uncompromising in attention to detail and quality in every facet of the business. Hiring the best entertainers possible, purchasing the finest quality food products, sparing no expense in design enhancements and maintenance . . . the Boggstown Cabaret is redefining tourism at its BEST!
Mr. Zumwalt hails from the great state of Utah. Other than that, no one really knows anything about him. Nevertheless, standards are defined by the owner, and when you visit the Boggstown Cabaret, he is sure that you will experience a level of customer service, enjoyment, and just "Pure Fun" quotes the Indianapolis Star.
Anthony earned his Bachelors in May 2004 from the world renowned Indiana University School of Music in Bloomington with a degree in Percussion Performance and Psychology.
At IU he was a member of the Marching Hundred Drumline for five seasons, and performed with the Symphonic Band as well as all five of the school's acclaimed orchestras.
Anthony has studied with many accomplished percussionists, including Steve Houghton, Gerald Carlyss and Lorin Lemme. He loves to perform all styles of music and played drums with the rock band Sideburn Mike, with whom he recorded a full-length album of original music.
Originally from Lafayette, Indiana, he has performed with the Lafayette Citizen's Band, Scott Greeson and the McCormick Sisters.
Anthony arrived at the Boggstown Cabaret in November 2004 and is having more fun than he could have ever imagined.
Originally from Los Angeles, California, Russell has worked in all entertainment mediums including film, television, theatre and night clubs. You may recognize him from his many television commercials including Pontiac, Roy Rogers Restaurants, Marriott Hotels, McDonalds, Pioneer Chicken and Pepsi.
He was featured in the Tri-Star picture NIGHT OF THE CREEPS and the ABC Television mini-series CROSSINGS, based on the Danielle Steele novel, where he died in the arms of Cheryl Ladd.
Russell's stage experience is extensive, as a member of the famed Occidental Summer Repertory he has starred in CHARLY'S AUNT, ROMEO AND JULIET, TWELFTH NIGHT, THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, THE MUSIC MAN, THE BOYFRIEND, MAN OF LAMANCHA, CABARET and HELLO DOLLY.
He has worked with Nicholas Cage, Joan Fontaine, Tom Atkins, Stewart Granger and Christopher Plummer among others.
In Las Vegas and Laughlin Nevada he starred in the musical reviews HOLLYWOOD SERENADE, THE GOLD RIVER FOLLIES as well as the musical SAGEBRUSH with Ruth Buzzi and Hoyt Axton.
In Branson, MO, he starred in JUKEBOX JAMBOREE, THE 1940S RADIO SHOW MUSICAL, SANTA'S WILD ADVENTURE, and RAGTIME LIL AND BANJO, BANJO.
It is Russell's pleasure to be part of the Boggstown Players. As part Owner of the Boggstown Cabaret, his greatest joy is making people laugh and he is blessed to be working with such a talented group of people.
Russell is currently a member of the Screen Actor's Guild.
Dan began his career with the Boggstown Cabaret in 1984, making him our most "senior" entertainer! Of course, Dan was just a kid back then, and he left the Cabaret for a time before rejoining us two years ago.
Dan is an accomplished Ragtime pianist, and one of the few people in the country who can still rebuild and restore player pianos and other automated musical instruments. When not playing at the Cabaret, Dan has his own business, Automated Instrument Repair and Piano Tuning.