Dagg Sound: Contributors
Dagg Sound       Contributors


About Us

LeRoy Dagg ("Canon Alberic's Scrap-book"), developer of this site, is a language arts teacher and librarian at Topeka West High School.   A graduate of Washburn U, KU, VTS, and ESU, he is a former theater teacher and a current long-time member of the Topeka Festival Singers
Doug Goheen ("The Tomb of Sarah" and "Old Folks' Christmas") taught English and Theater for 37 years before retiring in 2010. He enjoys painting, writing, gardening, directing and acting, and walking. He and his wife Diane have two grown sons: Jacob, a biology professor at the University of Wyoming, and Nathan, a freelance musician in NYC.
Audio Stories

Mick Lowe ("The Case of Vincent Pyrwhit") is an educator with forty years' service as a teacher and principal, most recently at Topeka West High School, from where he has just retired.  He is now serving as a consultant in educational leadership and instruction.
David Lundry ("The Open Door" and "How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Bar) is Manager of the Field Section for City of Topeka Development Services.  He is a long time member of the Topeka Festival Singers, and is the music director for First Christian Church.  David has performed in many musicals in local community theatres.

Victorian Ghost Stories


Ryan J. McCoy ("The Kit Bag" and "Reginald's Christmas Revels") teaches English and Theater at Topeka West High School.  He spends his free time flatwater kayaking, disc golfing, and watching the Royals continue their quest to play sub .500 ball for 20 years in a row.
Marilyn Mott (Vocalist for "At Chrighton Abbey" and "December Night") is a native of St. Marys, Kansas: St. Marys High School class of 1987.  Marilyn has a bachelor's degree in  music performance from Washburn University.  She currently stays at home, raising her four children with her husband, Troy.

At Work

Melanie Ralston ("At Chrighton Abbey," "Human") teaches Speech, Forensics, and English at Topeka West High School.  In elementary school, she enjoyed reading reading out loud to her classmates and continues this practice in her own classroom.  She shares her home with her husband Mark, two children, and their yellow Lab, Emma.
David Weyhrauch ("John Charrington's Wedding," "December Night" and incidental music) is a former music teacher and member of the Dale Warland Singers.  He is choral director/organist at Second Presbyterian Church.  He has three grown children, loves swimming, gardening, and crossword puzzles.  His favorite authors are Thomas Hardy and Willa Cather.  He is a graduate of Macalester College and KU.

Tracy Schnacker ("A Journey in Search of Christmas") loves snow days, a lazy summer day and a good novel.  Tracy likes to fish, golf, and landscape in his yard.  Having taught English for 24 years, he is extremely grateful for his family's support.  Kathy, his wife of 19 years, Hannah, 16, and Luke, 13, are the binding to his life's pages.
Cheryl Metzger ("The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth") has over 20 years' experience in marketing and advertising communications and education.  She holds a BA in Theatre and English, an MFA in Acting and Directing, and is working on her MA in Language and Literature.  She has taught high school theatre and college acting and performed in many community productions.  She enjoys film, theatre, watching hockey, and time with her family, friends, and dog.


Megan Lindquist ("The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth") has appeared in numerous local Topeka productions over the past 25 years.  She and husband Dan are parents of three musically and theatrically talented boys, and they own Twilight Productions, specializing in advertising jingles, where Megan uses her vocal talents. 
Susie Corbett ("As Ye Sow...") is a teacher at Topeka West High School, has taught art for 18 years. She and her husband Dan enjoy moving toward their twilight years with their three grown children and three grandchildren. Susie received her BFA in Painting from KU, and her Masters in Painting from Adams State.


Choral music for "Shout the Glad Tidings" and "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear" in "A Journey in Search of Christmas" provided by Jamie Malson, Elliot Lauxman,  Steve Davis, Marilyn Mott, Maureen Brogren, Grace Morrison, Katie Huffman, Connie Baer, Jenny Kuner, David Weyhrauch, Matt Baer, Tracy Schnacker, and Joann Pfuetze.



Updated January 5, 2012.