2013-2014 Forum Board
Peter Plagenz, President
Peter Plagenz is a senior pastor track student from Manchester, Wisconsin. He has been involved in many shows here at Martin Luther College. He attended Winnebago Lutheran Academy in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. He greatly enjoys being involved in MLC Forum, and feels blessed to have the opportunity to serve as President.
Jared Natsis, Vice-President
Jared Natsis is a pastor track student in his Junior year. He attended high school at Michigan Lutheran Seminary and was heavily involved in drama there, so he decided to continue that involvement at MLC. He loves every aspect of theater, and his other hobbies include Video Games, reading, and water polo. He feels very privileged to be on Forum Board this year, and is very excited to keep the Forum tradition strong!
Lauren Grove, Treasurer
Lauren Grove is currently a senior in the SEM program. She is double majoring in Elementary and Secondary Social Studies. Over the past couple of years she has been blessed to be a part of several productions and was able to assist behind the scenes for others. This is her third year on Forum Board, and it has been a privilege and a joy to serve as treasurer. SDG.
Megan Wohlrabe, Secretary
Megan Wohlrabe is in her fourth year in the SEM program, double majoring in Elementary Education and English. She has been a member of a number of MLC casts over the past few years and is excited to be more involved in the behind-the-scenes aspects of Forum. She is very grateful to be working with such wonderful board members in serving the campus family and community.
Prof. Miles Wurster, Faculty Advisor
Prof. Miles Wurster is entering his sixth year as Faculty Advisor to the Forum Board. Not a complete stranger to the stage, Prof. Wurster has been involved in productions on Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the Pirates of Penzance and Iolanthe. In addition he has played in pit orchestras for HMS Pinafore, The Sound of Music, Annie Get Your Gun, and My Fair Lady. Prof. Wurster had the privilege of conducting the pit orchestra for Forum's 2007 production of The Wizard of Oz and the 2009 production of The Pirates of Penzance.
Prof. Wurster conducts the Martin Luther College Wind Symphony and serves as professor of music at the college. Miles and his lovely wife Kathy have two beautiful daughters, Ella and Isabelle, who are exceptionally eager to help out with Forum in any way they can (this usually involves trying on all the hats in the Green Room).
Prof. Wurster is very privileged to work with his future colleagues who have a passion for music, theater, and sharing the Gospel of Christ.