Songs For A New World - November 21

Southern Arizona Performing Arts Company

 Who's Who 

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    Maria Albertus

    Maria Alburtus Gawne is an actor, singer, entrepreneur, artist and photographer based in Tucson, AZ.  She holds a BA in Theatre Arts from The U of A and NYU and has worked professionally for over 15 years including various late night Cabaret performances in NYC and several local productions.  Favorite roles include Sally Bowles (Cabaret), Charity (Sweet Charity), Winnifred (Once Upon A Mattress), and The Lady of the Lake (Spamalot).  She currently focuses on her photography business with her husband and her two amazing toddlers! 

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    Erin Anderson

    Erin Anderson is vocalist/actress based in Tucson, AZ.  She has had the privilege of performing in many theater productions in the Old Pueblo.  Some favorites include Arizona Onstage's Les Miserables (Eponine), Triumph of Love at the Roadrunner Theater (Leonide), Godspell at St. Francis in the Foothills, and most recently SAPAC's The Hot Mikado (Pitti-Sing). In addition to theater, she is the female half of the jazz duo Erin and Sean, a lead vocalist in the local band Sonora Borealis, and a back-up vocalist for Tucson's own Crystal Stark. 

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    Brianna Barnhart

    Brianna Barnhart is a Tucson Native. A graduate  of the Fred Fox School of Music, Brianna can be seen performing around Tucson with The Manhattan Dolls and as Marilyn Monroe at Little Anthony's Diner. Briannacouldn't be more thrilled to be involved in creating art during COVID 19 and to be collaborating with all of the wonderful SAPAC artists.

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    Jacob Brown

    He is a long time Tucson resident and local actor. When he is not practicing the accordion and playing Dungeons & Dragons with friends, he can be seen in multiple productions around from stage to screen. Most notably in the productions at the Gaslight Theatre. Like many actors, he too has faced with the crippling employment set back from the pandemic. He hopes that you will love and learn from this production of Songs For a New World about where we are as a community together. Thank you and enjoy the show!

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