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Dakota is excited for this opportunity! He was last seen as Fred in A Christmas Carol at the Palace Theatre in New Hampshire. Favorite roles include Emmett in LEGALLY BLONDE & Charles in WINE LOVERS aboard Norwegian Cruise Lines, Shawn in ONCE WE LIVED HERE, Bobby Strong in URINETOWN, and Claude in COME FROM AWAY at Goodspeed’s Festival of New Artists. “Thank you to everyone involved for bringing me on board such a fun production!”

Adrian is ecstatic to be joining the team for another one of Kit's whacky wailing show's. Last appeared in her staged reading of THE WRONG BOX, the world premiere of THE NOSE, and her staged reading of IN THE HORSE! Let’s play!

Kayla is an actress, singer, and director in New York City and originally hails from a small town in southern California. She received her B.A. in Theatre and Anthropology from California Baptist University. Some of Kayla's favorite roles include Roxie Hart (CHICAGO), Ado Annie (Oklahoma!), Aldonza (Man of La Mancha), Lucy (YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN), Isabella (ANDROCLES AND THE LION), Dorothy (THE WIZARD OF OZ, 2014), and Audrey Dupree (WASTE, FRAUD, AND ABUSE). Kayla was head of the Incirlik Fine Arts Society in Adana, Turkey, from 2014-2015 acting as the lead producer and director for all theatrical productions on the military installation. Kayla currently studies voice with Amine J. Hachem in Manhattan and is an active volunteer with IN OUR WORDS and The Accompany Project. 

Christopher originated each of his roles in THE NOSE for both the developmental reading in 2015 as well as the world premiere in 2016, and is thrilled to be back, reprising these roles for the third time! Off-Broadway: THE CHRISTIANS (Choir), YOSEF: A NEW MUSICAL (Abu/Baker), CASPER THE NOT-SO-FRIENDLY GHOST (Casper); Regional: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (LeFou), MY FAIR LADY (Zoltan Karpathy/Quartet), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Seymour), THRILL ME: THE LEOPOLD & LOEB STORY (Nathan Leopold), THE BOYS IN THE BAND (Emory), DAMN YANKEES (Rocky), H2$ (Mister Gatch, TV Announcer, Bud Frump U/S), BARE: A POP OPERA (Alan), STONE SOUP (Simon), and CLOSER THAN EVER. He is also the founder and resident director of Calendar Boys Productions in NYC.

Sarah, originally from San Jose, California, grew up studying theater, voice and piano.  After moving to New York, she graduated from Manhattan School of Music with a BM in voice.  During her time there, she was a recipient of the ASCAP Foundation’s Fran Morgenstern Davis Scholarship.  New York Theater credits include:  MAKEOVER (New Dramatists), ATLANTIS! (Emerging Artists Theatre), ADA (The Ensemble Studio Theatre) and THE DOME (Prospect Theater Company).  Regional theater:  BERNSTEIN’S MASS (The Virginia Arts Festival) and SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM (Music for Montauk), as well as various productions at Busch Gardens, VA where she covered multiple roles as a vocal swing.  She has also been seen in workshops, readings and concerts with New York Theatre Barn, 52nd Street Project & NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program.

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