Bill Brown Jr.
In 2008, Brown’s semi-autobiographical play, “Rockrollers and Pancakes” premiered at Valley Center Playhouse. The play tells the story of a family who lives in a campground when the father becomes unemployed.
For 10 years, Brown and his wife, Marilyn founded and operated the Villa and Little Brown Theaters in Springville, Utah, where he designed and build more than 80 sets for shows he both wrote and produced. After a serious heart attack, Brown transferred his set design skills to the medium of painting. In the summer of 2010, Brown's art work was featured in the exhibit "Color Me a Rainbow," the Brown House of Fine Arts, owned by the Browns, also in Springville.