The Sound of Music
A story of hope in the face of rising horrors, this final collaboration between Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II has become known and loved throughout the world. Maria, a free-spirited postulant, is sent to serve as a governess to seven motherless children. Using patience, kindness, and The Sound of Music, she ultimately wins the hearts of both the children and their father, but the family must soon make the unthinkable choice and flee their homeland.
OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II
HOWARD LINDSAY and RUSSEL CROUSE
Suggested by “The Trapp Family Singers” by Maria Augusta Trapp
2 HOURS, 45 MINUTES
Dr. James & Karen Wells
Evalyn M Bauer Foundation, Rhonda Finby, Family & Friends of Barbara Lederer, Dr. George & Celeste Macer, Joe & Edna Moore, Avalee Wagner
Youth Performance Underwriters :
Howard & Nikki Applebaum, Ellen Chase, Sheila Fulmis, Ronald Jennings, Frank & Margie Newell, Edward Parker, Sherri Sobel – In Honor of Craig Myers
Edelweiss (EDW) Cast Performance Times:
11/3 @ 8pm
11/4 @ 8pm
Do Re Mi (DRM) Cast Performance Times:
11/4 @ 2pm
11/5 @ 1pm
This family-friendly show is rated G.
Drugs and Alcohol
There is some Nazi imagery shown that may be disturbing to individuals.
Reviews & Press
It is full of spectacle, beauty, realistic characterizations and gorgeous music. It not only fills the stage with unmatched sights and sounds, it feels real and very intimate.
Above all, it’s the cast’s astounding voices that will transport you to the hills of Austria and the enchanting world of the nuns, Maria, the Captain and his precocious children.
Juliana Sloan (Maria Rainer) is overjoyed to be Maria- dream role! Past Theatre includes Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie, 1st National Tour), Sunday in the Park with George (Celeste #1, Pasadena Playhouse), Sweeney Todd (Johanna, South Coast Repertory), M. Butterfly (Rene, South Coast Repertory), Les Misérables (Eponine, Music Circus), Saved (Lana, Playwrights Horizons), and Grammy-nominated West Side Story (Rosalia, SF Symphony). Voice Over highlights: Pixar’s “Toy Story 4,” “Star vs. Forces of Evil” (Disney XD), “Unikitty” (WB), Mary Poppins (“Mary Poppins-Legacy” album, Disney). Television credits: “Every Other Holiday” (Lifetime) and “Songs of a Lifetime” (PBS).
Jonathan von Mering (Captain Georg Von Trapp) is thrilled to be performing in his first production with Musical Theatre West! Film/TV: The Holdovers, The Flight Attendant, Julia, Big Sky, Law & Order, FBI. Stage: The Tempest at Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles (Francisco, u/s Alonso), Fiddler on the Roof 1st National Tour (Lazar, u/s Tevye). VO: “Call of Duty Black Ops IV,” “Final Fantasy Dissidia,” “Shatterline.” Training: USC, RADA, Lesly Kahn & Co, JRS Studios.
Sarah Wolter (The Mother Abbess) MTW Debut! Additional regional credits include: Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein (Elizabeth Benning), A Little Night Music (Charlotte Malcolm), Ragtime (Mother), Taming of the Shrew (Katherine), Cabaret (Sally Bowles). In addition to her theatrical work, LA audiences may remember Sarah’s multiple appearances on comedy stages around town including: The Groundlings, Second City, and Rockwell Table & Stage; where she performed improv and original sketches as a founding member of Fred for Nothing and Stupid Songs LA. Sarah is represented by Avalon Artists Group and World Builder Entertainment.
Blakely Amador (Gretl, EDW Cast) is 8 years old and in 3rd Grade. Her past roles include Gretl in The Sound of Music, Chip in Beauty and the Beast, Matilda in Matilda the Musical, Young Cruella in Cruella, and Meena in Sing 2. She is grateful for the chance to perform with Musical Theatre West for the first time.
Meghan Andrews (Elsa Schraeder) Winner! 2023 Broadway World Award for her work as Lady Macbeth at Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Broadway: Frost/Nixon (Broadway & National Tour); Off-Broadway: The Trip to Bountiful (Lucille Lortel Nomination); L.A.: King Charles III (Pasadena Playhouse), Into the Breeches! (I.C.T.), Ladies (Boston Court); Regional: The Trip to Bountiful (Goodman), King Lear, Collected Stories (Rubicon), Words By Ira Gershwin, Spitfire Grill (North Coast), Doubt (George Street); Film & TV: “Justified,” “Law & Order: C.I.,” “The Adjustment Bureau” (Universal), and many others. Lifetime member of the Actors’ Studio. www.meghanandrews.com
Abigail Barnaby (Marta, DRM Cast) is elated to be performing with Musical Theater West! She’s in 5th grade at McGaugh Elementary and has performed in shows since kindergarten, including Aladdin Jr. (Genie), Lion King Jr. (Simba), Newsies (Ensemble), Annie Jr. (Rooster), and Mary Poppins (Fannie/Ensemble). Thank you for coming and please enjoy the show!
Brady Barrett (Kurt, DRM Cast) is a 12-year-old, is thrilled to be doing his first production with Musical Theatre West. Some of his favorite past roles include Michael in Mary Poppins, Flounder in The Little Mermaid, and Les in Newsies. He would like to thank the production team for this incredible opportunity.
Rachel Beard (Louisa, EDW Cast) is a 9th grader at Millikan High School. She has performed in The Wizard of Oz, Elf and Yankee Doodle Dandy with MTW. Recently she performed in Joseph… with McCoy/Rigby. At school she has played Anna in Frozen Jr and Elle Woods in Legally Blonde Jr. Rachel studies and performs with Orange County Song & Dance.
Danny Bernardo (Ensemble) makes his MTW debut! He has worked with Steppenwolf, About Face, Goodman, Portland Center Stage, Pittsburgh Public Theater, McCoy Rigby/La Mirada, and East West Players among others. Favorite roles: Joe (Young Americans, world premiere), Harry (Mamma Mia), Kayama (Pacific Overtures), Hot Blades Harry (Urinetown), Bill (Kiss Me Kate). He is a frequent performer with Mostly Musicals and Back Room Shakespeare. Proud papa to Padfoot, Stascio, and Tejada. Thanks to the cast and team, MTW, and the Happen Agency. As always: for Mom. www.dannybernardo.com @thatdannyb
Tucker Boggs (Ensemble, u/s Rolf) is excited to be making his MTW debut. He’s performed at regional theaters and festivals around the U.S. (Geffen Playhouse, South Coast Repertory, Shakespeare by the Sea, Hollywood Fringe Fest, Hangar Theatre, Woodstock Playhouse, Renaissance Theatre), as well as in numerous roles in film and a recent TV pilot, “Love’s Gate”. He was last seen in The Inheritance at Geffen Playhouse. He’s a BFA graduate of Ball State University and currently studies acting with Ann Noble. IG: @tuckerboggs. tuckerboggs.com.
Briana Bonilla (Nun Chorus) is thrilled to be back on the Carpenter stage performing in one of her favorite childhood classics. Previous credits: Daniela, In the Heights; The Witch, Into the Woods; Sister Mary Patrick, Sister Act; Lucy, Jekyll and Hyde; and Ursula, The Little Mermaid. Her other passion is makeup artistry, for special events, special effects, and stage makeup. She would like to thank her family, friends, partner, as well as her growing list of teachers, mentors, and instructors. @makeup_themusical
Katie Brown (Ensemble, u/s Sister Berthe/Sister Margaretta/Sister Sophia) is excited to be back with MTW! You may remember her as Doris from MTW’s Damn Yankees. Some of her favorite shows over the years include: Loch Ness: A New Musical, The Secret Garden, The Taffetas, The Marvelous Wonderettes, Working, Lucky Stiff, Quilters, Urinetown, and many more. Special thanks to Mom, Dad, Sarah, Janey, and all her family and friends for their love and support. “It truly means the world to have you encouraging, coaching, and cheering me on.” Sending love all around!
Lola Buckland (Marta, EDW Cast) is beyond thrilled to be playing the part of Marta! She has been involved in musical theater from 4 years old. Most recently Aladdin Jr (Aladdin) and Annie Jr (July). Lola would like to thank her family and friends for all their support, wisdom and encouragement.
Jacqueline Dennis (Sister Margaretta/Ensemble) is thrilled to join Musical Theatre West for The Sound of Music! She holds a B.A. in Music Performance from the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at Cal State Long Beach and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute. Recent performance credits include Texas in Altadena Music Theatre’s Cabaret, Natasha in the West Coast premiere of Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 at Shotgun Players, and The Moon in Ray of Light Theatre’s Caroline or Change.
Erin Dubreuil (Liesl) is absolutely thrilled to be back at MTW after appearing in 9 to 5, The Musical. Other favorite credits include Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella (MTW), Carrie in Carrie: The Musical (UCLA), Ariel in The Little Mermaid and Nanette in No, No, Nanette (Candlelight Pavilion), 42nd Street (3D Theatricals), and 42nd Street, Evita, and The Who’s Tommy (PVPA). Erin is a proud graduate of UCLA’s School of Theater, Film, and Television. Many thanks to her supportive family and friends, her team at KMR, and the The Sound of Music creative team, cast, and crew!
Brennan Jacob Esguerra (Friedrich, EDW Cast) is 13-year-old actor, singer and dancer based in Southern California and is thrilled to be making his debut with the Musical Theater West. Recent credits: Children’s Choir in Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat (McCoy Rigby Entertainment), Soprano in Voices Of Hope Children’s Choir (recently seen on AGT All Stars) and Soloist in Rising Stars (CCAE Theatricals). Past performances: Jack in Into The Woods (MTOC), Young Simba in The Lion King (Center Stage), Kurt in The Sound Of Music (Center Stage) and William in Frankenstein (GCG Theatricals). IG: @brennanesguerra
Natalie Gissel (Ensemble, u/s Liesl) MTW and regional theatre debut! Natalie is a 2023 graduate from CSULB’s Bob Cole Conservatory of Music with her BM in Choral and Vocal Music Education. Previous roles include Little Women (Beth), Grease (Frenchy), and Hairspray (Amber). It’s been a dream to perform with MTW since seeing their production of Meet Me in St. Louis on a field trip with her 2nd grade class. So grateful for this opportunity!
Niles Gray (Kurt, EDW Cast)’s acting and theatre credits include Gavroche in Arts & Learning Conservatory’s Les Misérables, Romanus in the “Saints Benedict and Scholastica” episode of the television series “The Littlest Saints,” and his favorite role, Young Calogero in Stage Door Repertory Theatre’s A Bronx Tale. In his free time, Niles enjoys filmmaking, screenwriting, tennis, and model trains.
Lauren Han (Nun Chorus) is thrilled to make her MTW debut! Her recent stage credits include: Mickey and the Magical Map with her friend Mulan (Disneyland), The King and I as Tuptim (La Mirada Theatre) and Tarantino Live as O-Ren Ishii (FTR). Han also appears on “Beef” (Netflix), “Me Time” (Netflix), and “Partners in Rhyme” (ALLBLK). Han was awarded Performance Award in the Bel Canto Institute in Italy, 1st Place in NATS LA Competition and was nominated as Best Featured Actress by Broadway World.
Rachel Holbrook (Nun Chorus) hails from Leeds in the UK and trained at the Royal Academy of Music in London, she is delighted to be making her MTW debut! Favorite London credits include: Lily in the original cast of The House of Mirrors and Hearts, Waverly in the first British cast of Next Thing You Know, Tina McCoy in The Fix, Pol in Merrie England, London. Lead production singer aboard Cunard’s flagship, QM2. Backing singer for Sir Elton John, including television. The voice of Mantari in the Mattel animated series Mecard.
Eleen Hsu-Wentlandt (Ensemble, u/s The Mother Abbess, Frau Schmidt) is an American vocalist, actor, and director of Chinese heritage. This year’s projects included starring as Gwendolen in The Importance of Being Earnest: A Wilde New Musical; covering Lady Thiang in The King and I at La Mirada Theatre; directing Frozen, Jr; and premiering Florence Price’s Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight through Europe, as a member of Pacific Chorale led by Robert Istad. Never will she refuse dark chocolate, hiking, NYC, or Italy. Love to Josh. www.eleenmusic.com IG: excitable.eleen
LisaMarie Jenkin (Nun Chorus) is delighted to be making her MTW debut. She began singing at the age of eleven and never stopped. She is in her 4th season as a member of the Long Beach Chorale & Chamber Orchestra and has also recently sung with InnerVox, an all-female vocal jazz ensemble located in Long Beach.
Jennifer Kersey (Nun Chorus) is thrilled to make her MTW debut! Credits: International Tour of The Sound of Music, Disney Cruise Line (Anne Marie in Disney Dreams, Andy in Toy Story the Musical), Mary in Parade, Emma in Jekyll & Hyde, Meg in Little Women, Laura in Little House on the Prairie. Parks: Disneyland, Universal Studios, Knotts, Legoland, Six Flags. Operas: Cendrillon in Cendrillon, Adele in Die Fledermaus. She also has her own TYA theater and is a professional Mrs. Claus! Love to husband and son! @jactressz
Damon Kirsche (Herr Zeller, u/s Captain von Trapp, Max Detweiller) returns to MTWest with credits in 42nd Street (Marsh, Drama Circle Critics nomination), ’S Wonderful, Man of La Mancha, 1776, Annie, and readings of Bells are Ringing and On a Clear Day… Stage: MTWichita, South Coast Repertory, McCoy/Rigby, Music Circus, Kimmel Center, and more. Concert: Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Disney Hall, Encores!, Reprise!, Berliner Dom, with the Fred Barton Orchestra, Kritzerland, MTG (18 concerts) and Dean Mora and his Orchestra (20+ years). Film/TV: “Pushing Dead” (Best Feature, Frameline), “Gods and Generals,” “Star Trek: Voyager.” Training: Juilliard.
Ashleigh Kovach (Nun Chorus) has dreamt of being a Nun in The Sound of Music since she was a little girl. A graduate of NYU’s Program in Educational Theatre, she now works as an art department coordinator for television. Ashleigh is in her 8th season singing with the Long Beach Chorale & Chamber Orchestra and currently serves as Board President, a position she’s held for the past 2 years.
Andrea Lara (Nun Chorus) is ecstatic to be working with MTW! Recent credits include her working on MTW Summer Educational Tour, Miss Anderssen in Knotts Free production of A Little Night Music, Chippy/Ruth in Dogfight at Sierra Rep, and Gynecia in Polluted Light Theatre production of Head Over Heels.
Becca Last (Gretl, DRM Cast) is thrilled to be back at MTW after performing in The Wizard of Oz. She has played Gretl and Marta in previous productions and is excited for round 3 of The Sound of Music! Additional theater credits include Once (Ivonka) at Laguna Playhouse and CCAE, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at La Mirada Theatre and A Christmas Carol (Tiny Tim) at Highlands. TV: Disney’s “RoboGobo” and the upcoming series “Miffy” IG: @itsbeccalast
Adam Lendermon (Ensemble, u/s Admiral von Schreiber) is thrilled to return to MTW where he was last seen as Matthews in Elf. Tours: Cats and West Side Story. Off Broadway: The Anthem. Regional: Singin’ In The Rain (La Mirada Theatre – Ovation nomination), Ragtime (Sacramento Music Circus), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), HMS Pinafore (Guthrie Theater), Children of Eden in concert (Kennedy Center), and A Chorus Line (Maltz Jupiter Theatre). TV: “American Horror Story,” “Perry Mason,” “The Goldbergs.” Thanks to MTA and Lohne/Graham Management. @adamlendermon
Brianna Liddi (Nun Chorus) is thrilled to be returning to Musical Theatre West after performing in their production of The Wizard of Oz right in her hometown: Long Beach, CA! She is a BFA graduate from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, and reminisces over her favorite roles including Belle in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and Sister Mary Robert in Sister Act! A huge thank you to her loving family who are her biggest supporters. Please enjoy the timeless tale of The Sound of Music!
Brook Lord (Nun Chorus) is delighted to be making her Regional Theatre debut in The Sound Of Music. Brook is eighteen and is studying Musical Theatre at The Colburn Conservatory Of Music. Her past roles include Bonnie Parker in Bonnie & Clyde, Maria in The Sound Of Music, Katherine Plumber in Newsies and Lina Lamont in Singin’ In The Rain. She is grateful to her friends and family for their love and support and would like to thank all those involved in this production.
Brian Kim McCormick (Max Detweiler) is excited to join the MTW Family with this production! Recent Theatre includes: Man of La Mancha (Padre/Asolo Rep), The Great Leap (Wen Chang/OKCRep), YAGMCB (Schroeder/South Coast Rep), and 12 Angry Men: The Musical (#5/Theatre Latté Da). Film: “Daruma,” “Lavomatique,” “The Beach House.” VO: “Squid Game,” “Yu-Gi-Oh! SEVENS,” “Pokémon: Sun and Moon,” “Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed,” “Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty,” “Winston Chu vs. The Whimsies.” For Mom, Dad, and Yuna.
Adrienne Amanda Morrow (Luisa, DRM Cast) is thrilled to make her MTW debut! Credits include: Matilda (Lavender), The King and I (Royal Child) [McCoy Rigby Entertainment/La Mirada]; School of Rock (Freddy), A Christmas Story (Ensemble) [Tuacahn], Mary Poppins (Jane Banks), A Christmas Carol (Tiny Tim) [Rose Center Theater]. OCSA MT 2025. IG: @adrienneamorrow
Christine Negherbon (Ensemble, u/s Maria Rainer, Elsa Schrader)‘s extensive performing credits include National Tours of My Fair Lady (Eliza u/s), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Starring Ann-Margret), Crazy for You (Polly), Chicago, 42nd Street (European Tour – Peggy Sawyer) and The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Regionally, she has performed in Oklahoma! (Laurey and Dream Laurey – PA Shakespeare Festival), Cats (Jennanydots – The MUNY, Sacramento Music Circus), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie), The Sound of Music (Maria) just to name a few. TV Credits include: “Hart of Dixie” and “Haunting Evidence.” Christine has directed and/or choreographed productions such as 42nd Street (Norris Theatre), Holiday Inn, The Sound of Music & Mary Poppins (MTW), West Side Story, Crazy for You, Cabaret (DeSales University), and Hairspray (Mac-Haydn Theatre). She is a master teaching artist at the Disneyland Resort and the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Christine is Associate Creative Director for Musical Theatre Competitions of America (MTCA) and the Executive Director of MTC (The Triple Threat Competition). She and husband/actor Joe Abraham, are the authors of The Thriving Artists, which they wrote to address the need for empowering and educating artists, particularly when it comes to their finances. They have two sons and live in LA.
Cathy Newman (Frau Schmidt/Sister Berthe) is happily returning to MTW for her seventh production! Audiences may remember her as Mrs. Potts in Disney’s Beauty & The Beast, Mrs. Paroo in The Music Man, or Martha in White Christmas, among others. She has performed in eight National Tours, traveling the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea & China. Highlights include: La Cage Aux Folles, Lincoln Center’s South Pacific, the U.S. & China premiere of Les Misérables (with Colm Wilkinson), National Theatre of Great Britain’s My Fair Lady and Deaf West’s Big River.
Maisie Oliveros (Brigitta, DRM Cast) is so thrilled to be back performing with MTW (Lollipop Guild from The Wizard of Oz)! I’m 10 years old and love to sing. I have been singing on stage since I was 3. My most memorable performance was singing “On My Own” at Carnegie Hall for a recital. I also play softball and tennis.
Mikki Pagdonsolan (Nun Chorus) is thrilled for her first Musical Theatre West production! A graduate from CSUF’s Vocal Performance program, she continues to teach voice and perform throughout Southern California. Some of her favorite performance memories include touring in Europe, singing at the Hollywood Bowl, Les Misérables (Eponine), Miss Saigon (Gigi), Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte (Queen of the Night), and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hermia). Mikki would like to thank her loved ones for their support and God for the blessings and this amazing opportunity! @mikkipags
Josh Protzmann (Friedrich, DRM Cast) is excited to be back on stage with MTW, where he previously appeared in Oliver! (Fagin’s Gang/Workhouse Boy). Recent credits include Seussical the Musical (Horton) and You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (Charlie Brown). He is thankful to God and Orange County Song and Dance for training and performance opportunities!
Brandon Keith Rogers (Rolf Gruber) Credits include; TV/Film: “Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin,” FX’s “Dave,” “Hustling.” National Tours: Eoin Colfer’s NÖEL, GREASE (RCCL). Regional: Tony Manero in SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER (Moonlight Stage), Tony in WEST SIDE STORY (Flat Rock Playhouse and 5 Star Theatricals & Swing at Barrington Stage), Asher, u/s Joseph in JOSEPH…! and the Escapologist in MATILDA (La Mirada), Henry in DAMN YANKEES (MT West), JEROME ROBBINS BROADWAY REUNION (Guggenheim NYC), & Billy Lawlor in 42ND STREET (Palace Theatre). BFA Musical Theatre from Point Park University. IG/TikTok @brandonkeithrogers.
Chuck Sculla (Admiral von Schreiber/Baron Eberfeld) is thrilled to be returning to the MTW stage having appeared as Zach in A Chorus Line, Bernardo in West Side Story and Ensemble in Evita. Broadway Credits: Joseph and the Amazing Dreamcoat starring Donny Osmond, AIDA, and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Film/TV: He can be seen taking it all off in “Welcome to Chippendales” on HULU. He just completed his second short film, “F.O.M.O.” as Executive Producer, Writer and Actor. Coming soon!! His first, “STILL HERE,” a short film can be seen exclusively on YouTube. Thank you for supporting live theater. Enjoy the Show!!
Holly Santiago (Sister Sophia/Ensemble) is so excited to be making her MTW debut! Recent credits: Hope Harcourt in Anything Goes (SDMT) and Pauline in Saturday Night Fever (Moonlight Amphitheater). Other favorites: u/s Portia/Ensemble in Something Rotten! (Moonlight), Pilar in Legally Blonde (Candlelight Pavilion), and Martha in Spring Awakening (Fullerton College). She’s currently starring in “Hey Tenny!” – a newly premiered children’s series by the producers of “Baby Shark.” Search “Hey Tenny” on YouTube! Thank you friends and family for continuing to cheer her on. IG/tiktok: @heyhollysantiago
Bellami Soleil Smith (Brigitta, EDW Cast) Excited for her MTW Debut! Theatre: Jane Banks in Mary Poppins (Rose Center Theater), Marta in The Sound of Music (Camino Real Playhouse), Gertrude McFuzz in Seussical the Musical (McCoy Rigby), Veruca Salt in Willy Wonka and Young Simba in The Lion King (Red Hill Performing Arts).
Kevin Symons (Franz) is thrilled to be back at MTW after playing Mr. Welch in Damn Yankees last season. He is an Ovation Award winner and has appeared in numerous theatrical productions in Los Angeles, New York and regionally. Most recently in The King and I at La Mirada Theatre. On television, he is perhaps best known for playing Councilman Bill Dexhart on NBC’s hit comedy “Parks & Recreation” for four seasons. He has been a Series Regular, Recurring and Guest Star on numerous series.
Gabrielle Tresler (Nun Chorus) began her musical career as a choral musician, performing with Seraphic Fire, Spire, True Concord, Bach Collegium San Diego, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, and the Los Angeles Master Chorale. Gabrielle’s musical theater credits have included The Light in the Piazza and Little Women at Cabrillo Playhouse, HMS Pinafore and A Bronx Tale at Stage Door Repertory Theatre, Altogether Now! and A Gentleman’s Guide To Love & Murder at the Curtis Theatre, and Guys & Dolls at Newport Theatre Arts Center.
Taj Young (Nun Chorus) hails from Dayton, Ohio. She is an AMDA alum. She has experience in stage and film. She has starred in over 30 stage productions. Her favorite credits include WHEN YOU WISH (Princess Tiana), GOOD PEOPLE (Kate), A LITTLE PRINCESS (Aljana), and RABBIT HOLE (Izzy). Young has shared the stage with various Broadway alum like Tony award winner Wilson Jermaine Heredia. She is a screenwriter and serious film buff. She recently starred in CLYBOURNE PARK with Costa Mesa Playhouse. Taj is a proud member of AGVA and is Equity eligible. She thanks her mom Vicki and her family for their support. Also, she wants to thank her husband and their amazing baby boy. Above all, full thanks to GOD. Instagram: @t.a.j.young
Joy Weiser (Nun Chorus) is delighted to be back on stage with Musical Theater West. She performed in the Ensemble of Sweeney Todd. Other roles include, The Witch, Into the Woods; Norina, Don Pasquale, Papagena, Magic Flute; Duchess of Plaza Toro, The Gondoliers. She auditioned for “America’s Got Talent” Season 8 and advanced to the top 50 out of 75,000 acts. Her album, “Below the Surface” is available on Youtube. www.joyweiser.com