is delighted to be making her Canadian debut with this remarkable company! Broadway: The Light in the Piazza
(Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), Gigi
(Tony, Helen Hayes nominations), Cinderella
(Tony, Outer Critics Circle nominations), Sister Act
(Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations), The Snow Geese
at Manhattan Theatre Club, Titanic
, How to Succeed…
, Guys and Dolls
, A Grand Night for Singing
, Sunday in the Park With George
. Off-Broadway: When the Rain Stops Falling
(Drama Desk nomination), A Prayer for My Enemy
(by Craig Lucas), The Marriage of Bette and Boo
, The Agony and the Agony
, Marathon Dancing
(LA), Ma Joad in The Grapes of Wrath
at Carnegie Hall. Film: “The Enchanted Forest”, “Archeology of a Woman”, “Harvest”, “The Happening”, “Tickling Leo”, “Main Street”, “Cradle Will Rock”. Television: “Law & Order/SVU”, “The Good Wife”, “Mercy”, and Carrie Mathison’s mother Ellen on Showtime’s “Homeland”. Director: Newton’s Cradle
, NAMT Festival (Best Director Award). Upcoming: The Trouble With Doug
, Fredericia Theater, Denmark. Master teacher in U.S. and abroad; Artist-in residence, Pace School of the Performing Arts, where she directed The Light in the Piazza
. Thank you to my teachers, especially Beret Arcaya and Michael Howard. Boundless gratitude to T.L. and Tom! www.victoriaclark.me
Tony Award Nominee, Drama League Nominee, Drama Desk Award Winner and Outer Critic’s Circle Award Winner for Memphis
. Other Broadway: Les Misérables
(Fantine), It Shoulda Been You
(Annie); The Color Purple
(Celie & Nettie); The Royale
(Nina) for which Ms. Glover earned her second Drama Desk Award. Guest Artist at La Jolla Playhouse, Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre, Huntington Theatre, the Old Globe among others, earning an IRNE Award for the role of Aida, a Helen Hayes Nomination for Once On This Island
, and a Craig Noel Nomination for The Royale
. Concert work: New York Pops, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Houston Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Jacksonville Symphony, Caramoor Music Festival, the Delacorte Theatre, New York City Center, Smith Center. TV/Film: “The Following”, “Black Box”, “Hostages”, “Smash”, “Golden Boy”, “The Good Wife”, “White Collar”, “NYC 22”, “Law & Order”, “Made In Jersey” and the independent feature “Alone”. Numerous commercials, voiceovers, and animated characters. Ms. Glover has served as a member of the Artists’ Committee for the Kennedy Center Honors, is a New York PopsEd Ambassador, and a Dora Award Nominee. @montegoglover www.MontegoGlover.com
Two-time Tony Award winner Judy Kaye recently starred on Broadway as Madame Morrible in Wicked
, the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella
and in Nice Work If You Can Get It
for which she won the Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle awards. She won her first Tony for The Phantom of the Opera
. Other highlights include Souvenir
(Tony nomination, Theatre LA Ovation Award Best Actress), Mamma Mia
(Tony, Drama Desk nominations), Ragtime
(Theatre LA Ovation Award), On the Twentieth Century
(Theatre World Award, Drama Desk nomination), Mrs. Lovett in a number of productions of Sweeney Todd including the most recent Broadway production and National Tour, and in London with the original Sweeney, Len Cariou. Dramatic credits include Souvenir
in ten U.S. cities, Lost in Yonkers
at the Old Globe in San Diego and Arizona Theatre Company in Tucson and Phoenix, Maggie in The Man Who Came To Dinner
, Penny in You Can’t Take it With You
, Shirley Valentine
, and Kitty Dean in The Royal Family
. Opera credits include La Boheme, Orpheus in the Underworld,
and The Beggars Opera
for Santa Fe Opera, and Brigadoon
, and The Pajama Game
for New York City Opera. Ms. Kaye is the voice of Kinsey Millhone for Random House’s audio recordings of the Sue Grafton Alphabet Mysteries, of which “X” is the most recent release. Judy Kaye is celebrating her 50th year as a proud Actors Equity member. www.judykaye.com
JORDAN BARROW (Themba Khenketha) is thrilled to finally bring Sousatzka to the world after having worked on the reading and workshop production stages. His off-Broadway credits include The Tempest (Public Theater’s NY Shakespeare Festival) and Held Momentarily (NY Fringe Festival Encore Series). TV credits include “Broad City”. Workshops include Sweetie (directed by Patricia Birch). Regional credits include Peter Pan, The Miracle Worker, The New Voices Concert Series (Paper Mill Playhouse), Finian’s Rainbow, The Little Mermaid (Music Theatre Wichita), and Hairspray (Charleston Stage). Training: BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He would like to thank his family and friends for their continued love and support, Jamie and Victoria at Abrams, Garth, and the entire cast and creatives of Sousatzka for making this a journey to never forget. Instagram/Twitter: @JordanT_B
RYAN ALLEN made his Broadway debut in 2013 as the General in The Book of Mormon, but his career began playing Viola Davis’ son in the film “Get Rich or Die Trying” (Paramount). Ryan then pursued classical music studies as a singer at the University of Toronto and The Glenn Gould Conservatory. Eventually he made his European debut at Rinuccio in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi at the Festival Boccherini in Lucca, Italy. As a theatre actor, Ryan proudly performed across Canada in regional theatres, including two seasons as a member of the National Arts Centre’s English Theatre Company. Most recently, he can be found playing a leading role on the Netflix series “Between” (seasons 1 and 2, and recurring roles on “Rogue” (Direct TV), “Coming In” (CBC Comedy), and “21 Thunder” (CBC). Ryan would like to thank his awesome family and friends for their ongoing support and love. @ryallen44
(Madame Sousatzka at certain performances)
Most recently Rebecca created the role of Olga in An American in Paris on Broadway and in Paris. She has starred on Broadway as Carlotta and Madame Giry in The Phantom of the Opera and received the Helen Hayes Award nomination for her portrayal of Mother in the National Tour of Ragtime. She played Nettie in the critically acclaimed National Tour of Carousel, directed by Nicholas Hytner, and was also in the Tony Award winning Lincoln Center production. Other Broadway credits include Evita (with Ricky Martin), 1776, The Frogs, It’s a Grand Night for Singing, and created the role of Ruth’s Mother/Susannah in Dessa Rose at Lincoln Center, directed by Graciela Daniele. Regional credits include Little Edie in Grey Gardens, Margaret in The Light in the Piazza, Sharon in Master Class, and Dot in Sunday in the Park with George. Film/TV appearances include “The Object of My Affection”, “Law and Order: C.I.”, and “The Good Wife”. Rebecca can be heard on multiple cast recordings and she has sung in major concert halls across the world including Carnegie Hall and The Royal Albert Hall.
Sara Jean Ford
SARA JEAN FORD was most recently seen playing Jellylorum in the Broadway revival of CATS. Other Broadway credits include Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera, Smitty in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, A Little Night Music and Finian’s Rainbow. Sara holds the unique distinction of performing in two Broadway shows at the same time and completely by happenstance—“Say whaaat?!?” Off-Broadway: Sara starred in The Fantasticks and can be heard on the original revival cast recording. National Tours: Wicked and Phantom of the Opera. Sara has starred in Regional Theaters all over America. Concerts: Eric Whitacre’s Paradise Lost: Shadows and Wings at Carnegie Hall and Disney Hall. Star soloist with The Rochester Philharmonic, The Vermont Symphony Orchestra, and The New West Symphony. Graduated with a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University’s prestigious Drama program. Love to my Mom and spirited daughter, Annie “Bannoo”.
Daughter of Letha, mother of Jacquel, wife of Dontey, an entrepreneur, singer, actress, non-trained dancer that moved extremely well, born and raised in Baltimore, grew up in NY, now resides in California. Broadway: 1st African-American Madame Thénardier in Les Misérables, Julie Taymor’s Juan Darién, Once On This Island, Dreamgirls. Los Angeles: Rafiki in The Lion King (Ovations & NAACP nominee). Film: “Cordially Invited”, “Bringing Out the Dead”, “Harlem Aria”, “The Next Step”. TV: “Pretty Little Liars”, “Review”, “The Young and the Restless”, “Scandal”, “Body of Proof”, “Partners”, Nickelodeon’s “How To Rock”, “Hannah Montana”, “Days of Our Lives”, “Ugly Betty”, “Boston Public”, “Law & Order”. Animation: “Zootopia”, “The Cleveland Show”, “The Life & Times of Tim”, “Little Bill”. Numerous TV commercials and radio voice-overs. To God be the Glory!
JOHN HILLNER (Felix Manders) has starred on Broadway as Georges in the Tony Award winning revival of La Cage Aux Folles. He also created the critically acclaimed role of Lank Hawkins in the original Broadway production of Crazy For You. Other featured Broadway roles include They’re Playing Our Song, Woman of the Year, Little Me, Zorba, The Graduate, Mamma Mia, Footloose, and the Roundabout Company’s 25th anniversary production of Stephen Sondheim’s Company. Among his many off-Broadway portrayals John is especially proud of starring in the Pulitzer Prize winning production of Dinner With Friends directed by Daniel Sullivan. Television Audiences will be familiar with his guest starring roles in “The Good Wife”, “Person of Interest”, “Body of Proof”, “Gossip Girl”, “Damages”, “Cold Case”, “Numbers” and “Seinfeld”. John’s other passion is being the owner and president of the custom carpentry design company JMH Woodcraft Inc. What keeps him grounded is his family which includes wife Wendy Waring and children Amy, Nicholas and Jackson.
A native Tennessean, Virginia recently graduated summa cum laude from the Alvin Ailey/Fordham University BFA program. 1st US National Tour: Dirty Dancing (ensemble, u/s Penny). Thanks to my family, friends, and agents at The Mine for the endless support! Instagram: virginia.preston
Broadway: Original cast of Les Misérables
(2nd revival), On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
, Triumph of Love
, as well as Madame Thénardier in Les Misérables
, Belle in Beauty and the Beast
, Molly in One Touch of Venus
(West End) and Caroline in Titanic
(1st national). TV/Film credits include: “30 Rock”, “Law and Order, CI,” “David Letterman,” the title role in “A Tale of Cinderella” and Janice in the award-winning “Wallflowers” which she also produced. Christianne has soloed in such famed halls as New York’s City Center, Avery Fisher, Weill Recital and Alice Tully Halls, Joe’s Pub, Camden Yards, the Hermitage’s Ekaterina Teatr and the Hofburg Redoutensaal. Her CD, “Just a Map” is available on CDBaby and iTunes. She’s a proud winner of the Kevin Kline Award, a published author, graduate of Yale and studies acting with the indomitable Sande Shurin. Everything you never needed to know at www.ChristianneTisdale.com
and IG @baxandthecity.
Broadway: Catch Me If You Can, Phantom of the Opera (Original Cast), Les Misérables (six years as Thénardier), My Fair Lady (with Rex Harrison), Sly Fox (with Richard Dreyfuss), Doubles, Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, Tale of Two Cities, On the Twentieth Century, Very Good Eddie, five others. Feature films: “Die Hard With a Vengeance”, “Planes, Trains and Automobiles”, “Funny Farm”, “Maid in Manhattan”, five others. Television: “Veep”, “Boardwalk Empire”, “One Life to Live” (as Todd Manning’s abusive dad), “The Good Wife”, “Elementary”, many others—plus numerous voice-over and on-camera commercials. Regional theaters: Shakespeare to Coward to Orton at the Guthrie, Arena Stage, Goodman Theater, Hartford Stage, Pittsburgh Public, and, most recently, Asolo Rep, where his portrayal of LBJ in All the Way earned him a Best Actor award. The former President of Actors’ Equity Association, he is a proud forty-year member.
JEWELLE BLACKMAN (Ensemble) is a Toronto based actor, singer-songwriter, playwright and violinist. Credits include Canadian casts of The Lion King (Nala & Shenzi), Dreamgirls (Deena Jones), We Will Rock You (Teacher), Caroline or Change. Stratford: Tommy (Acid Queen) and Jacques Brel is Alive… Workshop: All-female Man of La Mancha (Aldonza). Film: “Nine Lives”. TV: “Shadowhunters”, “Copper”, “Rogue”, “Shoot The Messenger”. Special thanks to D, Zi, J and the Blackmans. @jewelleblackman
Toronto debut! Regional: Pittsburgh CLO, Center REP. A bay area California native, Ben is a recent graduate from The University of Michigan with a B.F.A in Musical Theatre. Endless gratitude to this entire brilliant creative team, DGRW, Mom, Dad, Miranda, Barrett, Jennifer Denison, and all my teachers! Proud AEA member. This one’s for Grandma and Grandpa who are now both watching over me. @benmbogen
Broadway/Off-Broadway: Jesus Christ Superstar (2012 Revival), Disenchanted (Westside Theatre); Chicago: Sweet Charity (Writers’ Theatre), Ragtime, Hot Mikado, and Aida (Drury Lane Oakbrook). Regional/Canada/1st National Tours: Cabaret (Cape Playhouse), Legally Blonde (Drayton Ent.), Smokey Joe’s Café (FST), Jesus Christ Superstar (La Jolla Playhouse/Stratford Festival), Dirty Dancing, Hairspray, Mamma Mia! Rocky Horror (Canadian Stage/MTC). Love you mommy!
Broadway: Jesus Christ Superstar
. Other Credits: My One and Only
, The Grapes of Wrath
, Damn Yankees
, The Little Mermaid
, Sweet Charity
, Dance Legends
, A Starbright Christmas
, The Musical of Musicals: The Musical
, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
, Miss Saigon
. Member of The Nylons
. “When the curtain goes up, it’s all about you, me and our telling of this story.” @TheMarkCassius
LEROY CHURCH is a Baltimore, MD native and UArts BFA graduate. Credits include: Cirque Du Soleil, The Lion King (North American Tour), “Jennifer Hudson: SMASH,” “So You Think You Can Dance,” L’ORÉAL Redken, NASCAR Awards, Moncler NY Fashion Week, Disney “Feel Alive” Commercial, Vivitrol Ad Campaign, Philadanco, Western Ballet Theatre of Puerto Rico, HX Magazine, Cal Ripken PAL Billboard. Facebook/IG/Tweet/Snap: @LeroyChurch
Janelle is an actor, producer, AD of Ellipsis Tree Collective (www.ellipsistree.ca), and member of the 2015/2016 National Arts Centre Ensemble, playing Viola in Twelfth Night. Theatre: Ruined (Canadian premiere), Waiting for the Parade, Adventures of a Black Girl, John Ware Reimagined, Charlotte’s Web, Penelopiad. Film: “The Right Kind of Wrong”, “High Noon”, “Snow 2: Brain Freeze”. This one’s for my dearest…Grey.
Selected theatre credits include Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, Javert in Les Misérables, Sweeney Todd in Sweeney Todd, Bill Sykes in Oliver!, Sam in Mamma Mia, Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice, and The Beast in Beauty and the Beast. His work in French includes Pélagie, Don Quixote in L’Homme de la Mancha, and Émile Nelligan (Glenn Gould Studio).
Broadway: The Lion King, Lost in the Stars, Candide, Miss Saigon and The Buddy Holly Story. National Tours: The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Crown) and Martin Guerre. Regional: A Raisin in the Sun, The Odyssey. TV/Film: “Law and Order SVU”, “Nurse Jackie”, “And So It Goes”, “It Runs in the Family”. Graduate of Juilliard. Love always to Audrey, Ramon and Marquiez.
is thrilled to be a part of this new epic journey! Her acclaimed credits include Deloris Van Cartier in Sister Act
(Rainbow Stage), Gary Coleman in Avenue Q
(Citadel) as well as the 1st U.S National tour of We Will Rock You
! Four seasons at the Shaw Festival in such shows as Ragtime
, My Fair Lady
, Sunday in the Park with George
to name a few. This show is dedicated to her family, especially her daughter Ellis. www.sacchadennis.com
Broadway: Finian’s Rainbow
(Billy Flynn), Sweet Smell of Success
(Original Cast), Imaginary Friends
(Original Cast), Jesus Christ Superstar
(2000), and the original cast of the Tony Award-winning musical Ragtime
. With a host of national, international tours and concerts, Bernard was nominated for a MAC and Broadway World Awards on the east and west coasts for his critically acclaimed one-man show “Unexpected Songs”. www.bernarddotson.com
(Ensemble/Assistant Dance Captain)
Off-Bway: The Screwtape Letters
, The Anthem
, Babes in Toyland
. Select regional: South Pacific
, Anything Goes
(Santa Fe Opera), My Fair Lady
. Shiloh has worked with creatives such as Lorin Latarro, Josh Bergasse, Alex Timbers, Marcia Milgrom-Dodge, Peggy Hickey, Joanne Hunter, and is thrilled to add this team to the list. Avid tree-climber and proud AEA/CAE member. www.shilohgoodin.com
Selected credits: Doctor Zhivago (Broadway), Young Edie in Grey Gardens (Acting Up Stage, Dora nomination), Mrs. Walker in Tommy (Stratford), Jacob Two-Two (YPT), Lola in Damn Yankees (Drayton), Delee in Smokey Joe’s Café (Drayton), Top 12 finalist on the 1st season of “Triple Sensation” (CBC). Love and gratitude to my family, Oliver, Jess and Garth. This one is for Dunbar. @kiraguloien
Broadway: Les Misérables (Fantine). American Premiere: Ragtime (Emma Goldman). National Tour: Cats (Grizabella), Ragtime (Emma Goldman). Regional: Sunset Boulevard (Norma Desmond), Mary Poppins (Miss Andrew), Fiddler (Golde), The Light in the Piazza (Signora Nacarelli), Forum (Domina), La Mancha (Aldonza), Wizard of Oz (Wicked Witch). TV/Film: “Hawaii Five-0”, “Last Resort”, “The Fishing Club”. Proud member of AEA, CAEA, SAG/AFTRA.
Tevyn is from Southern California. Toronto debut. He is thrilled to be part of the cast of Sousatzka! Shows performed include Dreamgirls, Bat Boy and Jesus Christ Superstar. Graduated from Oklahoma City University with a B.A. in Music and an M.M. in Opera Performance. Thanks his family for their love and support. To God be the Glory!
ERIN LAMAR is a NYC based actor who has performed in 30+ theatrical productions in over 18+ countries. He has collaborated with some of the theater’s best creators, including Andy Blankenbuehler, Alex Lacamoire, Stew, Christopher D’Amboise, Karma Camp, Lisa Shriver, Ben Vereen and more. Many thanks to Avalon, Mom, Dad, Garth, cast and creatives and to all whom spread love and not hate!
National Tour: Jekyll and Hyde (Emma Carew). NYC Workshop: Flying Over Sunset (Anne Brokaw) with Second Stage Theatre. Regional: My Fair Lady (Eliza Doolittle) and Nice Work If You Can Get It (Eileen Evergreen) at MacHaydn Theatre. BM, Oklahoma City University. Many thanks and love to my family, TalentWorks, Matt, and Mrs Shippey. @erynlecroy
Select Theatre: The Crucible, The Boyfriend, Beauty and the Beast. Select Opera: title roles in Eugene Onegin, Don Giovanni and Gianni Schicchi; Giulio Cesare, Frobisher (World Premiere), War & Peace, Le nozze di Figaro. James has worked with the COC, Calgary Opera, the Aldeburgh Festival and is a member of Bravura—Canada’s only professional Baritone Trio.
A recent graduate and two-time recipient of the Triple Threat Award from the Sheridan College Musical Theatre BA Program, Hailey made her professional theatre debut as Tiff in the Segal Centre’s production of Prom Queen: The Musical. Honoured to be a part of the Sousatzka team, Hailey would like to thank her family, friends and The Talent House for encouraging her to reach for the stars.
Originally from Kingston, Jamaica, David is exhilarated to be making his Toronto debut in Sousatzka! David will complete his Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance from Sheridan College in April. Credits: Assistant Choreographer, Shrek the Musical and ensemble in Damn Yankees (Theatre Sheridan), Seaweed in Hairspray, Theatre Under The Stars (Vancouver) and four seasons with the Jamaica Musical Theatre Company.
Stratford: A Chorus Line, The Hypochondriac. Tour: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Regional: Spamalot, Moon Over Buffalo, Crazy for You, Chicago, The Producers, Cabaret, Mary Poppins, Singin’ in the Rain. Film/TV: “Warehouse 13”, “Arranged”. Training: Sheridan College, Musical Theatre; York University, Masters of Fine Arts. Honored to premiere Sousatzka in her hometown of Toronto, Allison dedicates this to the memory of her Omi.
CORY O’BRIEN has appeared in shows all over North America, including 7 seasons at the Stratford Festival. Selected credits include: Ernst in Cabaret, Pedro in Man of La Mancha, Gus in Cats, Jerry in Full Monty, Mitch Albom in Tuesdays with Morrie, 1st National tour Mary Poppins, World Premiere of The Lord of the Rings. Cory has a BFA in Acting from the University of Windsor.
Phantom of the Opera (Canadian National Tour), Show Boat (U.S. National and Broadway tours), 42nd Street (Moscow), First Wives Club (Chicago). Favourite roles for Drayton Entertainment include Mother Abbess, Aldonza, Patsy Cline. Rebecca holds an Honours Bachelor of Musical Arts from UWO and is a University of Toronto Opera Division graduate. Thank you Aaron, Adam, Bruce, Jonathan, Alex and D2. The arts rule!
TRAVIS PRATT is a man of many disciplines. His broad intellectual interest and many talents make him a true quintessential renaissance man. He possesses the rare ability to easily navigate contrasting musical styles and has a chameleon personality to accompany it.
Mya Rose Puryear
MYA ROSE PURYEAR is an American performing artist and graduate of the prestigious Ailey School. Her theatre credits include Kiss Me Kate, Memphis, Guys and Dolls and Dreamgirls. Mrs. Puryear was principal dancer in the development of the musical God Lives in Glass and performed as guest artist with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre at New York City Center. Proverbs 31:26.
JACK RENNIE is an actor, dancer, and theatre creator from Toronto, Canada. He has worked as a performer and fight director across Asia, Europe, and the U.S., including performances at the Salzburg Festival in Austria, the Glimmerglass Festival in New York, and the Chateau de Versailles in France. Jack trained at the National Ballet School of Canada and is a recent graduate of George Brown Theatre School.
Recently, Kander and Ebb’s The Visit with Chita Rivera/Roger Rees. Les Misérables (Jean Valjean) on Broadway—more than 2200 performances, including 10th Anniversary production in Australia. Numerous symphonies including the 35th Anniversary of the Kennedy Center w/Marvin Hamlisch. Movie soundtracks of “Chicago” and “Tangled” as well as soloist on Grammy winning Bernstein’s Mass. Blessed to have J&J in my life!
JAMAL SHURIAH graduated from the Hartt School with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Recent credits: Dance Captain, Seasons of Love soloist, Mr. Jefferson in Rent; Gator in Memphis at Ivoryton Playhouse; and understudy for Favorite Son on the international tour of American Idiot. He is very excited to be a part of this amazing production and thanks his family and friends for their love and support! Instagram: 2Journey5
Selected credits include: Kinky Boots, Prom Queen (Lonni Wynn), Les Misérables (Mirvish), Les Misérables in Concert (Valjean), Fiddler On the Roof, Guys and Dolls, Kiss of the Spider Woman (Valentin), Little Shop of Horrors (Dentist), A Funny Thing Happened…, Into the Woods, Sweeney Todd in Concert (Sweeney), Aladdin the Panto, Noises Off, Death of a Salesman, The King and I (King). Stratford Festival: 42nd Street, Pirates of Penzance. Disney: Toy Story (Buzz Lightyear), Hercules the Musical (Hades), Beauty and the Beast (Gaston). Much love to family and friends for all their support.
Isaiah is thrilled to be back on stage in this new exciting Canadian production. Recent credits:Young Lola in Kinky Boots (Mirvish Productions), and Hal in the animated series Dot. Isaiah realized his passion for acting at a young age and has been building his career with lm, TV, commercial and voice work. Thanks to my family and friends for their love and support.
Kaden feels blessed to be joining Sousatzka! Kaden made his professional debut last year in Kinky Boots (Mirvish Productions), and there’s been no stopping him since! Most recent credits include the animated series “Magic School Bus” (Net ix), and “PJ Masks” (Disney), and upcoming episodes of “OddSquad”(PBS), and “Black Mirror” (Net ix). Lots of love to his family and friends who help him soar!
A graduate from UBC Opera and the Banff/Citadel Theatre Professional Training Program, Eva is thrilled to be a part of Sousatzka! Credits include Maria in West Side Story at the Citadel Theatre, Out of a Dream with Patrick Street Productions, Anne in A Little Night Music with TCMTP, and Mi in the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s concert of Land of Smiles.
is thrilled to be part of this beautiful and timely production. Credits include the North American tour and Broadway productions of The Lion King
, Trojan Women
, Black Nativity
. Tryphena has traveled the world as an actor and singer and also writes a travel blog sharing her adventures. Proud graduate of Howard University. All thanks and praise to God. Isaiah 43:19 www.wedontsitoncouches.com
Charles E. Wallace
Broadway credits include Amazing Grace, Miss Saigon (John), Smokey Joe’s Café, and Jekyll & Hyde. Other credits include All The Way (Roy Wilkins/Aaron Henry); Choir Boy (Headmaster Morrow); The Road Weeps, The Well Runs Dry (Number Two); A Soldier’s Play (Davenport). Charles appeared at the Grand Roman Theatre of Lyon in Robert Wilson’s chamber opera, Zinnias: The Life of Clemintine Hunter.
Broadway: Mingo in Porgy and Bess, Wonderful Town, Ragtime, Show Boat. Other theater: Pericles, Two Gentlemen of Verona (Public Theater), New York City Center ENCORES! (18 productions), multiple regional theater roles. Concert: Bernstein’s Mass (BSO/Phil. Orch.), VA Symphony Pops, My Fair Lady (NY Phil.) and Carousel, South Pacific, Ira Gershwin at 100 all on PBS. A native of Norfolk, Virginia, J.D. also appears as Simon in the musical film “Easter Mysteries”.
Broadway: Jesus Christ Superstar. Stratford Festival: Carousel, Camelot, Jesus Christ Superstar, Pericles, South Pacific. Regional: Jesus Christ Superstar (La Jolla Playhouse), Les Misérables (Mirvish/Mackintosh, Toronto), Beauty and the Beast, Shrek, Into the Woods (Neptune, Halifax), Les Misérables, Spamalot, Beauty and the Beast, Miss Saigon, Company, My Fair Lady (Arts Club, Vancouver). Proud Vancouverite, love to the entire family. Instagram/Twitter: @jonathanwinsby