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  • Belfonte Yogurt commercial Dannon daughter
  • TV commercial: Mediacom Online
  • (3 February 2010-Present) Broadway musical: A Little Night Music, playing Fredrika Armfeldt, at Walter Kerr Theatre, New York, NY, USA
  • (February 2010 - January 2011) Broadway musical: A Little Night Music - playing Fredrika Armfeldt, at Walter Kerr Theatre, New York, NY, USA
  • (June 28, 2007 to September 2, 2007) She played an ensemble member in the musical, "Oklahoma!," at the New Theatre Restaurant in Overland Park, Kansas with Kevin Albert (Ike Skidmore); Kristin Astourian (Armina); Deb Bluford (Aunt Eller); Rachel Buckingham (Aggie); Benjamin Biswell (Chalmers); Matt Carney (Jess); Amy Croady (Sylvie); Tim Cormack (Ali Hakim); Matthew Donnell (Sam); Michael Dragen (Cord Elam); Patrick DuLaney (Jud Fry); Peter Fopeano (Fred); Johnny Francoviglia (Joe); Kristen French (Kate); Charles Hagerty (Will Parker); Deanna Hodges (Virginia); Jessalyn Kincaid (Ado Annie); Natalie Magill (Ellen); Rebecca Mann (Gertie); Kaitlyn Mesh (Vivian); Adam Monley (Curly McClain); Dustin Peterson (Slim); Michael I. Rapport (Andrew Carnes); Tausha Torrz (Luarey Williams); Kenny Noth (Mike); Mickey Baltzley (Ensemble); Sean Hinckle (Ensemble); Natasha King (Ensemble) and Alyssa Mendez (Ensemble) in the cast. Richard Carrothers and Dennis D. Hennessy were artistic directors. Richard Rodgers was composer. Oscar Hammerstein wrote the book and lyrics. Lynn Riggs wrote the original play, "Green Glow The Lilacs." Agnes De Mille was original choreographer. Mark Ferrell was music director. Dennis D. Hennessy was also director. Joe R. Fox III was producer. Randy B. Winder was lighting designer. Scott Heineman was scenic designer. Mary Traylor was costume designer. Sean Dane was properties designer. Roger Stoddard was sound designer. Ryan K. Klein was company manager. Kathy Stengel was stage manager. Stephanie Klapper was casting director. Duane A. Hoberg was technical director. Eddie Ocheskey was resident technician. Brian R. Davidson was audio engineer. Charlie Ream was master carpenter. Melissa Legg was swing technician and stagehand. Jim Misenheimer was associate technical director. Jessica Simkins was assistant to the stage manager. Emily Irwin was wardrobe mistress. Jan Delovage was hair and makeup designer. Sarah Oliver was cutter and Stitcher. Charles Moore was scenic artist. Kerry Dillon was spotlight coordinator. Charlie Winter and Oliver Read were spotlight designers. David Stephens was audio intern. Ray Robin was changeover technician.
  • (June 25, 2009 to August 30, 2009) She played Louisa (July 28 to August 30) in the musical, "The Sound of Music," at the New Theatre Restaurant in Overland Park, Kansas with Ron Bohmer (Captain Georg Von Trapp); Leigh Ann Larkin (Maria Rainer); Georga Osborne (Mother Abbess); Jim Korinke (Max Detweiler); Tausha Torrez (Elsa Schroeder); Mark Robbins (Herr Zeller); Annie Simpson (Liesl June 25 to August 6); Austin Bommer (Leisl August 7 to 30); Jeff Seasrs (Rolf); Lyndsey Agron (Sister Sophia); Michael Austin (Nazi); Crystal Clayton (Postulant); Matthew Haney (Nazi); Bonita Hanson (Frau Schmidt); Ryan King (Nazi); Eric Magnus (Franz); Kathryn McCreary (Sister Cecilia); Robert Murphy (Priest); Jerry Ogden (Baron Elberfield); Catherine Ratliff (Sister Louise); Hank Rector (Admiral Von Schreiber); Jakob Wozniak (Nazi); Holly White (Sister Margeretta); Mattie Bell (Birgitta June 25 to July 26); Millie Bell (Gretl June 25 to July 26); Joel Chambers (Friedrich June 25 to July 26); Lindsey Hart (Marta July 28 to August 30); Dakota Hoar (Kurt June 25 to July 26); Maycee Steele (Birgitta July 28 to August 30); Carley Whitt (Louisa June 25 to July 26); Allison Wilcox (Gretl July 28 to August 30); Vince Woods (Friedrich July 28 to August 30) and Jayke Workman (Kurt July 28 to August 30) in the cast. Richard Carrothers and Dennis D. Hennessy were artistic directors. Joe R. Fox III was producer. Richard Rodgers was composer. Oscar Hammerstein wrote the book and lyrics. Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse wrote the book. The musical is based on the "The Story of the Trapp Family Singers." Mark Ferrell was music director. Richard J. Hinds was choreographer. Matthew Donnell was assistant choreographer. Richard Carrothers was also director. Jennifer Mays was assistant director. Randy B. Winder was lighting designer. Jason Coale was scenic designer. Mary Traylor was costume designer. Roger Stoddard was sound designer. Ryan K. Klein was company manager. Kathy Stengel was stage manager. Stephanie Klapper was casting director. Sean Dane was properties designer. Stephanie Klapper was casting director. Claire Jarman was assistant to the stage manager. McKaela Keller was wardrobe mistress. Sean Glass was follow spot coordinator. Greg Moore and Andrew Winter were follow spot designers. Jan DeLovage was hair and makeup designer. Aidan Robbins was assistant to the assistant stage manager. Charles Moore, Keri Noerrlinger and Wendy Scott were scenic artists. Ray Robins was changeover technician. Keith Reece was swing stage manager. Duane A. Hoberg was technical director. Eddie Ocheskey was resident technician. Richey F. Clark was audio engineer. Charlie Ream was master carpenter. Melissa Legg was swing technician. James Misenheimer was associate technical director.

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