Jim Sirianni got his start in theatre by playing the role of Frosty the Snowman in the 2nd grade where he spoke his first line ever, “Let’s Run!”… And the rest as they say is history. Jim has a long relationship with Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre where he has been both a director and actor. His directing credits includeJake's Women, Marriage is Murder, The Dinner Party, Key For Two, Don't Mention My Name,and A.R. Gurney'sThe Dining Room. He has been seen on the CBB stage inThe Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, Relative Values, The Murder Room, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, andMove Over Mrs. Markham. Jim has also been a member of the Seaside Theatre Company as an actor and director for many years. He was seen inHabeas Corpusand as Elwood P. Dowd inHarvey .Other Santa Barbara performances includeAmadeus, Sweeney Todd, Pacific Overtures, Look Homeward Angel, and Cabaretfor SBCC Theatre Group and 2 turns as Bottom the Weaver in productions ofA Midsummer's Night Dream. Jim produces and hostsApplause Radio; an entertainment talk show for News Talk 990 KTMS. Jim can be heard reading the news, traffic and weather for both KTMS 990 and Progressive Talk 1490. Currently, Jim is directing the South Coast and Central Coast premiere ofFrost/Nixonfor DIJO Productions and Virtual Theatre Company which opens in July. He will also be directing Circle Bar B’s production of A.R. Gurney’sThe Cocktail Hour, set to open in early fall.