Dallas Theater Center DTC Book 6 : Page 12

 (Dallas Children’s Theater); Ladies of the Camellias (Echo Theatre); Scapino (Second Thought Theatre); Art (Flower Mound Performing Arts Theatre); and Ragtime (Lyric Stage). A recipient of numerous Leon Rabin, Column, and Dallas Critics’ Forum Awards, Bob currently serves as an adjunct faculty member at University of North Texas. DAWSON HOLDER (Ensemble) is nine years old. He has been in various stage productions at Irving Arts Center, KD Conservatory Theater, and his latest performance, playing Tiny Tim in Ebenezer Scrooge at The Pocket Sandwich Theater. He would like to thank Jesus, his family and friends for their ongoing support as well as his amazing voice coach, Lynn Ambrose. JULIE JOHNSON (Sombra, the Scarlet Widow/ Ensemble) Broadway: Candide. Off-Broadway: Das Barbe cu (Theatre World Award, Drama Desk Nominee); Roadside; The Rink (Angel). Regional: Hello, Dolly! (Dolly), A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline; Always, Patsy Cline (Patsy); Sweeney Todd (Mrs. Lovett); The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Miss Mona); Beauty and the Beast (Mrs. Potts); Dirty Blonde (Mae); Fiddler on the Roof (Golde); Paper Moon (Trixie Delight), Opal (the Mama); Chess (Svetlana); Nunsense (Sister Mary Amnesia); A Christmas Carol. Film/ TV: The Apostle, Pure Country; As the World Turns; Barney and Friends (voice of Baby Bop). RALIEGH “TRE” JONES (Ensemble) began acting at the age of seven. He has received training from Teco Theatre, Cathryn Sullivan Acting for Film and Cathryn Hartt. Last summer he appeared in Lost in the Stars at Theatre Three. Aside from his performing arts credits, Tre’ is a church pianist and has played drums since age three. His athletic pursuits include football and baseball. 12 dallas theater center ANDREW KEENAN-BOLGER (Joseph “Torchy” Carter) is just off the national tour of Mary Poppins (Robertson Ay). Broadway: Seussical; Beauty and the Beast; A Christmas Carol. 1st Tour: Spelling Bee (Leaf Coneybear); The Grinch (Young Max); Ragtime. TV/Film: recurring on Naked Brothers Band (Nickelodeon); Marci X; One Life to Live; FNMTV Premieres; The Battery’s Down. Most recently, “Crutchie” in the reading of Disney’s Newsies. Proud graduate of the University of Michigan. MATTHEW J. KILGORE (Kazam/Ensemble) is thrilled and grateful to be making his DTC debut with this show! Broadway: Irving Berlin’s Whi te Christmas . Off- Broadway: No, No Nanette (Encores!). Tours: Fiddler on the Roof; Evita; Beauty and the Beast; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; Jesus Christ Superstar; 42nd Street. Film/Television: The Big Gay Musical; Clear Blue Tuesday; Fat Guy Stuck in Internet. Most recently, Matthew served as Assistant Choreographer on Riverside Theatre’s production of 42nd Street where he re-staged Gower Champion and Randy Skinner’s award-winning choreography. CHRIS KLINK (Tank Tanner/Ensemble) is excited to return to Dallas after appearing in the national tour of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang last summer at Dallas Summer Musicals. Credits include: The Producers (Broadway and Las Vegas companies); We Will Rock You (original Las Vegas company member); The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Hello, Dolly! (Houston’s Theatre Under the Stars); Cats (Marriott Theatre); Hot Mikado (Fulton Opera); and Levi in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Fulton Opera). Chris is a graduate of Indiana University’s renowned School of Music. Proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. National

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