WHO’S WHO IN THE CAST
Carolann Sanita – Carolann has toured as Marian in the first national tour of The Music Man and internationally as Maria in the European and Asian tours of West Side Story. Some favorite credits include singing back-up to Linda Eder at the Palace Theatre on Broadway, Encore’s No, No Nanette at New York City Center, Les Miserables at Flat Rock Playhouse, Mack & Mabel, The Boy From Oz and Baby at TheatreZone, Beauty And The Beast at Artpark, A Little Night Music at South Coast Repertory, Thoroughly Modern Millie at The Cape Playhouse, Urinetown at the Geva Theatre and Night and Day at Florida Repertory Theatre. Recently she got to reprise the role of Maria in West Side Story at Sacramento Music Circus and enjoyed a run of Spamalot at Arkansas Repertory Theatre playing one of her favorite roles to date, The Lady of the Lake. Carolann has been a soloist with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra and the Gulfcoast Symphony Orchestra, and she is currently on the Voice aculty at FGCU and runs her own private vocal studio in North Naples. Love to my boys, Gerritt and Coop, who make doing what I love possible! www.CarolannSanita.com
Kayley Stevens – Based out of NYC, Kayley was last seen as Lady Jaquie in Me and My Girl and Diana Devereaux in Of Thee I Sing. Other TheatreZone credits include: Copacabana, Sweet Smell of Success & Mack and Mabel. Other Regional Theatre: A Chorus Line (Cassie), Promises, Promises (Miss Della Hoya), Hello Dolly (Ensemble/Dance Capt), A Chorus Line (Cassie), Les Miserables (Dance Captain) Professional Dance Credits: Palazzo Germany (Showgirl, 2017/2018) Holland America Cruise Line (Principal/Dance Captain), Busch Gardens Williamsburg “Fiends”. Television: Odd Mom Out (Bravo!). Kayley recently choreographed A Chorus Line and Newsies! at Florida Repertory Theatre (Education) in Fort Myers, FL. B.A. Theatre University of Florida. Thank you to my family! @KayleyStevens – kayleyjaynestevens.com
Charles Logan – Charlies Logan is so grateful to be returning to the TheatreZone stage. Favorite credits: The title role in George M! and Bill in Me & My Girl here at TZ; Bobby in Crazy For You (Venice Theatre, FL); Smudge in Forever Plaid (Wick Theater, FL; Hippodrome State Theater, FL); Sky Masterson in Guys & Dolls (Pines Arts Project, NY); and Nick Arnstein in Funny Girl (Forestburgh Playhouse, NY). He’s performed at Radio City Music Hall in the Christmas Spectacular, as well as at the State Theater in Lincoln Center in Julie Taymor’s Grendel. Television appearances include dancing on The Rachel Ray Show with All My Children’s Bobbie Eakes, and alongside Ben Stiller on Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars. Thank you to the whole TheatreZone family for this wonderful opportunity to play, and to all the gorgeous souls in his life that make every day a joy.
Laura Hodos – Laura is a singer, actor, improv artist, and cabarista. She’s been honored with the Suzi Bass, New Times, BroadwayWorld, Orlando Sentinel Critic’s Choice, Best of the Bay, and Silver Palm awards, as well as being a seven-time Carbonell nominee. She’s been a soloist with the Orlando Philharmonic, the Jacksonville Symphony, the Sarasota Orchestra, and the Klezmer Company Jazz Orchestra, as well as performing with some Florida favorites: freeFall Theatre, American Stage, Orlando Shakes, Winter Park Playhouse, Mad Cow Theatre, Riverside Theatre, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Slow Burn Theatre, Actors’ Playhouse, The Wick Theatre, and GableStage. She’s delighted to have shared the stage with Tituss Burgess, Laura Osnes, Jeremy Jordan, Faith Prince, Davis Gaines, Maureen McGovern, Shelly Burch, Andrea McArdle, Jason Robert Brown, and Donna Murphy. She’s performed at The Duplex and Don’t Tell Mama cabaret theatres in New York City, as well as at Radio City Music Hall and Lincoln Center. Laura was a Cabaret Fellow at the O’Neill Theatre Center in Waterford, CT, working alongside Emmy and Grammy winner John McDaniel. She has written and performed ten solo cabarets, and was thrilled to be first performer to create a solo cabaret show for Walt Disney World as a part of the Disney Event Group and Disney Institute. As a voiceover artist for Walt Disney World, Laura can be heard at festivals and parks. She’s a fierce amateur baker, an aspiring photographer, a Dickinson College and AMDA grad, and a proud member of Actors’ Equity. www.LauraHodos.com
Patrick Sullivan – Broadway Credits: Julian in 42nd Street, Gaston in Beauty and the Beast and various roles in Titanic. Last show at Theatre Zone was Mack in Mack and Mabel. Regional highlights include: Atticus in To Kill a Mocking Bird, Antony in Antony and Cleopatra, Oberon in Midsummer Night’s Dream, Higgins in both Pygmalion and My Fair Lady, Sweeney in Sweeney Todd, LockStock In UrineTown, Father Flynn in Doubt, Serge in Art, Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha, Mikado in Mikado, Javert In Les Miserables, Peter/Arles in Tuna Christmas, Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance, Ruthledge in 1776, Hart in 9 to 5, Tito in Lend Me a Tenor, Miles and Senex in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Bo in Bus Stop, Birdie in Bye Bye Birdie, Tony in Dial M For Murder, Michael in I Do, I Do, Moose and Bobby in Crazy for You, Beau in both Auntie Mame and Mame, Billy in Chicago, Billy in Carousel, Phantom in Phantom, Burnt Part Boys, D.B. in Meet John Doe, and Victor in Empty Plate. Patrick has performed at the Edinburgh Festival, The Macao International Music Festival, the Barcelona Olympics in Tokyo, Osaka, and most of the continental U.S. states. TV credits: Law and Order SVU, Starved, Target Audience, Pursued and various commercials. Patrick was commissioned by The WWII Museum to write a musical with longtime friend Chris Roberts that will have its world premiere in September!!
WHO’S IN THE BAND
Dana Williams, Horn – Originally from Minnesota, Dana received a Bachelor of Music degree in Education from Concordia College before getting her Master’s in Horn Performance at the University of New Mexico. She moved to Florida in 2005, and performs with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, Suncoast Brass Quintet, Venice Symphony, and various other groups around Florida. At TheatreZone, Dana has played in the orchestra for Man of La Mancha, Little Women, and Into the Woods.During the day, Dana is part of the team at Cadence Music in Ft. Myers. In her free time, she enjoys learning languages, volunteering with animal rescues, and hanging out with her five pets.
Daniel Klimoski – Daniel Klimoski started his music-playing career at age 13 on clarinet and saxophone in polka bands, and has gone on to perform in the National Symphony Orchestra of Ecuador, in the Boston Garden on solo saxophone for the opening of a Boston Celtic’s playoff game, with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra in the lead alto sax/clarinet chair, for Massachusetts Governor Dukakis’ in the state house, on the Disney Magic for its transatlantic inaugural voyages, recording for the Lincoln Center Archives, and many other artists and venues. He has earned his bachelor’s degree from Berklee College of Music in Applied Music, where he was appointed full-time professor upon graduating Magna cum Laude and given the Faculty Award, and Master’s Degree in Jazz Studies from the New England Conservatory. He’s played in the TZ pit orchestra for the past 6 years and for the Naples Players since 2007.
Don Rhynard – Reed 1, is originally from Valparaiso, Indiana. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Saxophone Performance and Music Education, Cum Laude, from Ball State University, and a Master of Music degree in Saxophone Performance from Indiana University, where he studied with Eugene Rousseau, and Daniel Deffayet from the Paris Conservatory.
Before moving to Florida in 2007, Don worked professionally in and around the New York City area for over 15 years, playing numerous Broadway shows for both national and international tours. He was also a saxophonist with the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra on a six-concert tour in Spain.
Don has been a saxophonist with the Naples Philharmonic since 2006, in addition to several other orchestras in Florida, including the Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra, the Sarasota Orchestra, the Florida Orchestra, and the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra. In 2014, Don was honored to be asked to perform as a featured guest soloist with the Sarasota Orchestra on a sold-out concert series, playing Escapades for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra by John Williams. He has played for such talents as Bernadette Peters, Patti LuPone, Johnny Mathis, Kristen Chenowith, Doc Severinsen, Michael Bolton, and Martha Reeves, just to name a few.
In his spare time, Don teaches flute, clarinet and saxophone to over 25 private students, many of whom have made both the All County Honors Band and the Florida All State Honors Band. And, he is President of the Board of Directors for Music For Minors Foundation, Inc., a local, all volunteer non-profit which raises money to provide musical instruments, college scholarships, and private lessons to deserving students in Collier and Lee counties.
Mitchell Montgomery – An endorsed freelance artist of Soultone Cymbals who has been performing drum set and percussion professionally across the state of Florida as well as abroad. He studied under masters, Robert McCormick and Ric Craig. He graduated with a Bachelors from the University of South Florida in 2015, double majoring in Jazz Performance and Percussion Performance.
Mitchell performed with USF’s big band, percussion ensemble, jazz combos, and even got to conduct for the Symphonic Band. He has also performed with a variety of Orchestras including: the USF Symphony Orchestra, the Tampa S.O., the Space Coast S.O., the Gainesville Orchestra as well as the Central Florida Master Choir.
In July of 2013 and 2015, Mitchell went on tour with the USF Jazz Ensemble, performing at major jazz festivals throughout Italy and France. Over the years, he has also had the pleasure to play alongside notable artists, such as: Michael Philip Mossman, Rufus Reid, Jack Wilkins, Oliver Nelson Jr., and John Lamb!
Furthermore, Mitchell has played for numerous musicals across the state of Florida, including: 9 to 5, Fiddler on the Roof, Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Little Mermaid, Young Frankenstein, Music Man and Chicago. In 2017, he toured with Jesus Christ Superstar throughout California and Colorado!
Mitchell has been teaching private lessons for 7 years now and has also aided high school jazz and marching programs throughout the area. And lastly, he has had the exciting opportunity to play a variety of shows with theme parks Busch Gardens and Legoland since 2015.