Michael RayGould - Musical Director, Producer, Songwriter
Theatrum Mundi began as a vehicle to develop the rock operas written by Mike and Li'anne.  In 1991 they self-released the Theatrum Mundi album Storm at Sea, and in 2008 they wrote and produced the album Parliament of Fooles with the progressive rock band Rubber Universe. The songwriters quickly approached longtime band mates Gina Ronat (vocals), Robert Noles (vocals, guitar), and Jim Brooks (mixing and production) about signing on to their Theatrum Mundi project. Mike is a prolific songwriter who began writing at age nine. While his main instruments are lead guitar and keys, his first gig was playing bass guitar in a bluegrass band as a teen. In the 90s he created the first iteration of Theatrum Mundi with Li'anne and guitarist Todd Easton.

Li'Anne Drysdale - Producer, Songwriter
Li'anne has a unique writing style
, in that she is not consciously influenced by other bands while composing. Having grown up in the military all around the world, including Germany, England, and Hawaii, she absorbed many international musical styles and adds an exotic flavor to Theatrum Mundi's music that provides a counterpoint to Mike's more direct rock & roll tendencies. 

Jim Brooks - Producer, Mixing Engineer
Jim began his path into the musical world at age fifteen, when he became the regular DJ for his church youth group. This lead to a job behind the mixing desk at Maxwell's House club in Boulder, Colorado, where he ran live sound for Mick Fleetwood's Zoo Band among oth
Throughout the 80s, Jim and his wife Ann ran a mobile DJ business called Listen to the Music. During this time Jim also worked spinning records at several Denver-area  nightclubs.  In the 90s, Jim was Production Manager at Turquoise Film and Video Productions, Inc., where he produced documentaries such as Remembering Bonnie and Clyde, The Story of Robert, and the feature film The Prosecutor. He also worked as a cameraman for Yes' Rhythm of Love and The Rainmakers' Rainmaker music videos. Jim also produced several Mel Bay recordings with artists such as Lawrence Juber, Ben Boldt, Mike Christiansen, and Bunny Brumell.

Jon Herbert - Theater Director, Playwright., Pl
Jon joined Ozaarks Technical Community College as theatre instructor in 2007. He has directed every spring play OTC has performed since the inception of the OTC Fine Arts department in 2007: Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Tartuffe, Arthur's Stone, Merlin's Fire: The Making of a King, Our Town, and The Good Doctor. Jon has helped shape the concept for the rock opera No One Expects a Rock Opera about the Spanish Inquisition and is working to bring it to life on the stage.