LEIGH BARRETT (Performer) with a degree in opera from Baldwin Wallace College, Leigh has found her home on the musical theater stages of the Northeast. Her favorite roles include: Rose in Gypsy, Little Edie in Grey Gardens and Florence Foster Jenkins in Souvenir. Leigh is perhaps best known for her Sondheim interpretations including: Passion (Fosca), Sweeney Todd (Beggar Woman), A Little Night Music (Charlotte), Into the Woods (Baker's Wife), Follies (Sally), Company (JoAnne). The Boston Globe wrote “Leigh Barrett always finds the emotional center of a song and the result for the audience is never anything less than exhilarating.” Also an accomplished director, Ms Barrett recently directed The Last Five Years for The Lyric Stage Company of Boston and will direct Sister Act for them in the Spring. She is the proud recipient of four Elliot Norton Awards including the Elliot Norton Prize for Sustained Excellence. A dedicated advocate of the overall well-being of the singer-actor, she is currently pursuing post graduate work in emotional regulation for the artist. Wishing Everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year!

DAVRON S. MONROE (Performer) is a Boston based award winning singer and actor and is the 2019 recipient of The Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Musical performance in Breath and Imagination the story of Roland Hayes, African-American classic concert artist (who was also a Boston based artist in the later years of his life). Other performances of note include Murder on the Orient Express, The Wiz, Camelot, Company, My Fair Lady, City of Angels, Sweeney Todd, One Man, Two Guvnors, The Mikado, Avenue Q, and Ain't Misbehavin' (Lyric Stage Co.), Once On This Island, Songs for a New World, The View Upstairs (Speakeasy Stage) The Little Mermaid, RAGTIME (Company Theatre), Man of La Mancha (New Rep), Passing Strange, Caroline or Change, Godspell (Moonbox Productions), PIPPIN, Hairspray (Reagle Music Theatre), Dreamgirls, Jesus Christ Superstar, Children of Eden, Smokey Joe's Café and Cinderella. Davron has also appeared with many orchestral and vocal organizations, such as Boston Landmarks Orchestra (Lost in the Stars – a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the “I Have a Dream” speech, and The Chariot Jubilee), Brevard Music Center, Finalist in the Orlando Opera's Heinz Rehfuss Singing Actor Awards, Disney Entertainment's Voices of Liberty, South Florida Symphony, Houston Ebony Opera Guild, the New England Spiritual Ensemble, Coro Allegro, Juventas New Music Group, Convergence Ensemble and many other organizations throughout the greater Boston area. Davron is the first recipient of the Bob Jolly Award for Boston local actors.

JONATHAN GOLDBERG (Music Director) works as a music director in Boston's regional theatres, with longstanding collaborations at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston and Wheelock Family Theatre. He is also on the faculty for the BFA Musical Theatre program at Emerson College. Recent productions include The Spitfire Grill and Into The Woods (Emerson), Little Women and Ragtime (Wheelock), and Pacific Overtures and Sondheim On Sondheim (Lyric Stage). This past summer, he made his Symphony Hall debut playing keyboard for Disney Pride In Concert with the Boston Gay Men's Chorus. Jon has won four IRNE awards for Lyric Stage productions of A Little Night Music, Man of La Mancha, Grey Gardens and Kiss Me Kate. Other credits: Pacific Overtures (North Shore Music Theatre), Forever Plaid (Stuart Street Playhouse), and three years with the Boston company of Nunsense. This February, Jon will be music director for the Boston premiere of a new musical version of Make Way For Ducklings at Wheelock Family Theatre.