Kavon Newman (2018 Student) has been cast in the role of Ben in The Radio City Rockettes Christmas Spectacular. More than forty other boys auditioned for this incredible role.
Kayte Miller (2015 Student) has been cast as "Genie" in Aladdin with the Act Too Players in Franklin, TN. She will also be performing at the Historic Franklin Theatre later this year.
Grace Mincks (2014 Student) is currently pursuing a degree in Theatre at Marymount Manhattan College. She was also nominated for “best supporting actress” with the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle this past year, and in addition to that, won the award of “most promising newcomer.”
Rylie Goto and Luke Ellis (2014 Students) were cast as “Jane Banks” and “Michael Banks” in Mary Poppins with the Diamond Head Theatre in Honolulu after returning from Destination Broadway®.
Annie Shouse (2014 Student) was cast as "Amaryllis" in The Music Man at Theatre Under the Stars in Houston after returning from Destination Broadway®.
Amanda Willis (2013 & 2014 Student) has performed in Songs for a New World with the Young Artists of America. She performed alongside Jason Robert Brown, the composer of this musical piece.
Maddie Maradik (2013 Student) has landed multiple lead roles in her community theatre productions since returning from Destination Broadway, including “Annie” in Annie, “Ariel” in The Little Mermaid, “Glinda” in The Wizard of Oz, “Fiona” in Shrek, and “Belle” in Beauty and the Beast.
Andrew Duggins (2012 & 2013 Student) currently serves as one of our chaperones and is pursuing a BFA in Musical Theatre at Lees-McRae College in North Carolina.
Hollis Mugford (2011 Student) is currently pursuing her degree in music at Berklee College of Music and has just released her first debut single! You can listen to her song, "Wait On Love", here:
Erin Cearlock (2011 Student) played the role of “Young Cosette” in the National Tour of Les Miserables in 2012.
Isabela Moner (2010 Student) was featured in Evita on Broadway in 2012 as a children’s ensemble member.
Lilla Crawford (2009 & 2010 Student) can be seen as “Little Red Ridinghood” in the movie Into the Woods, released in 2014, starring alongside Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, and Pitch Perfect’s Anna Kendrick.
She also played the role of “Annie” in the 2012 Broadway revival of Annie.
Crawford made her Broadway debut in 2011 playing “Debbie” in the closing cast of Billy Elliot when she auditioned through Destination Broadway®.
Denver Crawford (2009 & 2010 Student) served as one of our chaperones in 2014 and is currently pursuing a degree in Theatre at Virginia Commonwealth University. He was also nominated for two awards with the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle this past year, including “best actor in a musical” and “most promising newcomer.”
Natalie Racoosin (2009 Student) can be seen as “Anastasia” in the movie A Little Closer, which was released in 2011.
Maitlyn Pezzo (2008 & 2009 Student) has guest starred on the Nickelodeon and TNT television shows and is currently pursuing her acting career in Los Angeles.
Zana Daigle (2006-2011 Student) is currently pursuing a degree in Music Production and Recording Technology at Shenandoah University.
Jeanne Mallorey (2006-2008 Student) is currently pursuing a BFA in Ballet Performance at University of Utah and attended the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance this past summer.
Amanda Corbett (2005-2009 Student) served as one of our chaperones in 2011 and is a graduate of The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, where she studied Acting for Film and Television. She will also be featured in a world premiere musical called Gimme A Band, Gimme A Banana! The Carmen Miranda Story as part of the Woman’s Voices in Theatre Festival at Capital Fringe in Washington DC.
Brittany Wagner (2004, 2005 & 2009 Student) currently serves as one of our chaperones and is the owner and dance company director for Onstage Academy of Performing Arts in Virginia.
Stephanie Rothenberg (2005 Student) played the role of “Rosemary” in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying on Broadway in 2012 and starred alongside Harry Potter’s Daniel Radcliffe. She can also be seen as the “receptionist” in an episode of the Netflix series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Brittany Nicholas (2004 Student) played the role of “Tracy Atkinson” in the Chicago company production of Billy Elliot and then was hired for the same role on Broadway.