SAN ANTONIO (March 12, 2014) -- The U.S. Army Installation Management Command has selected 19 cast and 2 crew to deliver the "Stand Strong" theme to garrisons starting April 11.

Army Entertainment, a division of the U.S. Army Installation Management Command's, or IMCOM's G9 Family and MWR Programs, made the selections through a week-long process including live auditions, full military screening and fitness testing.

The 2014 cast and crew members are:

From the Continental United States: cast members Staff Sgt. Harrison Scurry, from Fort Drum, N.Y.; Sgt. Keith Beverly from Fort Polk, La.; Sgt. Tyrel Mays and Spc. Aurielle Polynice from Fort Hood, Texas; Staff Sgt. Lynnette Collier, Sgt. Amy Hargis, Spc. Darwin Crooks, Spc. Tierra Ducote, Spc. Copey Rice and Pfc. Diquan Sims from Fort Bragg, N.C.; Pfc. Bryan McNeil from Fort Campbell, Ky.; Pfc. Kiari Mhoon from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.; and crew member Spc. Patrick Daly from Fort Irwin, Calif.

From overseas: cast members Pvt. Kyra White from Camp Stanley, Korea; Spc. Andrew Cooper from Del Din, Italy; Spc. Abighail Mary from Camp Humphreys, Korea; and crew member Spc. Christopher Roman from Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan.

Army Entertainment also welcomes cast members from the Army National Guard including Staff Sgt. Duane Reno from Oregon; Spc. Amanda Spear from Indiana; Spc. Enjolee Williams from Texas; and Pfc. Melinda Douglas from New Jersey.

The Soldier Show is a totally self-contained touring operation where the cast and crew travel to a select Army garrison location, load-in and set-up for the show and then entertain all comers, both Soldier and civilian. After the show, the same cast and crew have the responsibility to break-down and load-out for the next show.

This crew was selected not only for their ability to perform solo, but also their ability to entertain with musical instruments, work in ensemble dance numbers and inspire an audience from the stage.

This year's production, "Stand Strong" explores the foundational elements of what it is that instills the strength and character of our Soldiers and our Army, according to Tim Higdon, U.S. Army Entertainment producer and program Manager. As in the past, the cast and crew are selected to exemplify the Army values of loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity and personal courage.

"The 2014 show will also honor the Army's continued resilience and strength with its mission to effectively inform, educate and inspire our audiences to action," said Higdon.

Army Entertainment is the official agency for producing and delivering diverse musical, unit entertainment activities, special events, touring shows, talent competitions and theater entertainment to Soldiers, families, civilians and retirees at home and abroad. All entertainment operations are headquartered at Fort Sam Houston Theatre in San Antonio, including the Soldier Show as well as Operation Rising Star and the Army Concert Series.

Find out more about the U.S. Army Soldier Show and the entire tour schedule at

For information about the U.S. Army Entertainment activities, go to


About the U.S. Army Installation Management Command:

IMCOM handles the day-to-day operations of U.S. Army installations around the globe -- We are the Army's Home. Army installations are communities that provide many of the same types of services expected from any small city. Fire, police, housing, and child-care are just some of the things IMCOM does in Army communities every day. Our professional workforce strives to deliver on the commitments of the Army Family Covenant, honor the sacrifices of military Families, and enable the Army Force Generation cycle.

Our vision: Ready & Resilient Army: Provide Soldiers, families and civilians with a quality of life commensurate with the quality of their service.

Our mission: IMCOM will synchronize, integrate, and deliver installation services and sustain facilities in support of Senior Commanders in order to enable a ready and resilient Army.

To learn more about IMCOM:

Family and MWR programs support combat readiness and effectiveness and have been recognized and authorized by the U.S. Congress as essential to the well-being of the Army. These programs also support recruitment and retention efforts -- if the Family back home finds the security and contentment it needs, the Soldier is free to focus more on the mission.