2/15/15 SpeakEasy Stage!
I'm excited to announce I will be part of the production team for SpeakEasy's New England Premiere of the musical Big Fish! My official title is Young Actor Coordinator and I am looking forward to working with a very talented kiddo for the run of the show. Rehearsals start soon! More info to come!
Learn more at their website!
2/28/15 Not Your Mom's Musical Theater
The first of our ongoing concert series, Something Wonderful I Missed, is happening March 8th at the Adams Memorial Opera house in Derry, NH. This concert highlights musicals from 1965 and believe me, a lot of interesting stuff must have been going on that year! The cast is stellar and I am proud to be a part of it. From Guys and Dolls to Man of La Mancha and Baker Street, there is something for everyone in this musical journey through 1965!
For more information, visit notyourmomsmusicaltheater.com!
3/9/15 Jean's Playhouse: IMPACT Children's Theatre
I am thrilled to announce I will be joining the IMPACT company this summer at Jean's Playhouse in Lincoln, NH! We will be touring throughout New Hampshire from June 22nd to August 15th giving a new musical twist to 8 classic tales! For more information, visit their website by clicking here.
3/25/15 Jocelyn's Alphabet Broadway Cabaret!
In collaboration with Not Your Mom's Musical Theater, I am pleased to announce my very first solo concert! It will consist of Broadway songs for every letter of the alphabet and is sure to be an exciting evening! My first booking is on May 5th in Gorham, NH at the Medallion Opera House. Purchase tickets online here. If you would like to book this concert for your venue or event, please contact email@example.com.
4/12/15 The Palace Theatre Presents Les Miserables
I'm proud to announce that I will be joining the ensemble of Les Miserables opening at the Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH May 1st! This is one of my favorite shows (my first musical in high school!) and I am excited to be part of what I'm sure will be a fantastic cast. Buy tickets online here. Do you hear the people sing?