Mamma Mia - September 06 - September 08, 2019


 Who's Who 

  • SOPHIA YSRAEL head shot


    as Sophie Sheridan

    Born and raised on Guam, Sophia was named a Gold medalist at the 2017 Tumon Bay Music Festival vocal competition and was a featured soloist in the GATE production of A Journey of Musical Magic. Sophia was cast as Cosette in World Theater Productions’ Les Misérables (2017) which marked her debut as a principal lead in musical theater. Since graduating from St. John’s School in 2018, 19-year old Sophia has been attending the Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music as a Vocal Performance major with a minor in Dance.


  • DEEDEE MAGNO HALL head shot


    as Donna Sheridan

    Currently the voice of Pearl on Cartoon Network’s Emmy-nominated Steven Universe, Deedee has played Diana in Next To Normal (East West Players) and won the Ovation Award for Leading Actress in a Musical. Her theater credits include If/Then (Broadway & US National Tour), Kim in Miss Saigon (Broadway, 2nd US National Tour & Asian Tour), Nessarose in Wicked (1st US National Tour & San Francisco Co.) and Mrs. Walker in The Who’s Tommy (East West Players). Her TV & film credits include original cast of Disney Channel’s New Mickey Mouse Club, Third Watch, Dellaventura, Rear Window, Face and Sister Act 2. Deedee has also recorded 4 albums with Hollywood Records’ pop group The Party and is a co-founder of mommy-singing group Mama Bares. 

  • CLIFFTON HALL head shot


    as Sam Carmichael

    Most recently played (Dan) in East West Players' production of Next To Normal (LA Ovation winner for Best Musical). Other roles played on Broadway/Equity Nat'l Tours: (Chris) Miss Saigon, (Marius) Les Misérables and (Fiyero) Wicked (1st Nat'l Tour and San Francisco productions). He toured with the Broadway production of If/Then starring Idina Menzel. He also played Chris opposite his wife, Deedee Magno Hall, in an International Tour of Miss Saigon. Regional credits: Master Class (Tony), Grease (Danny), Oklahoma (Will), and Flower Drum Song (Ta), Prince Harry at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in the Lythgoe's Panto “Princesses and Pirates Live”.



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