Production Staff for Paradise
ALICE CASH (Producer/Director) started Broadway Kids of San Diego three years ago as a place for kids to be able to try every aspect of the theatre. Alice has won a 10 News/Sempra Energy Leadership Award, a Chargers Champions Award, a Girls Going Places National Scholarship, and a National Youth Theatre Award for her dedication to the arts. Alice recently Assistant Directed for the Moxie theatre, has interned at the Old Globe Theatre, participated in the La Jolla Playhouse Summer Conservatory, and is an active member on the La Jolla Playhouse Student Board where she has just been appointed President for the 2008-2009 term. In addition to directing, Alice also writes a weekly column in the "Theatre Teen Perspective," for San Diego Theatre Scene and for San Diego Ranch Coast News. She loves everything French, Volcanoes, and Fairy Tales. Right now she is trying to narrow down her list of colleges.
CHARLOTTE OSTROW (Sarah) is happy to be performing in her second BKSD show, having previously appeared as Eve in The Apple Tree last summer. She recently graduated from La Jolla Country Day School, and will be attending Northwestern University in the fall to study theatre. Previous credits include Guys and Dolls (Sarah Brown), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Hermia), and Spring Awakening (Wendla). She has studied theatre and voice at the La Jolla Playhouse Conservatory, the Old Globe Theatre, and San Diego Opera.
DANIEL LOUIS MYERS (Omar) thanks Alice Cash for the opportunity to stretch his skills and open his mind in this production of "Paradise". He has performed in many productions around San Diego, including productions with Starlight Theatre, Moonlight Amphitheatre, San Diego Rep, La Jolla Stage Company, J*Company, San Diego Opera, San Diego Symphony and in Balboa Park with San Diego's, Civic Organist, Dr. Carol Williams. He was also on National Tour with "The Sound Of Music" and was selected as "A Star of the Future" for the 2004 and 2005 Bravo San Diego Gala events. He is a regular performer at Shakespeare Society events, such as their Celebrity Sonnet Reading, Annual Student Shakespeare Festival, and a Musical Shakespeare production. Daniel studies with Leigh Scarritt, Roy Mote and Pandeli Lazaridi, and sings with his congregational choir. He very much appreciates his loving friends, family, and teachers for their support.
GABRIELA ESPINAL (Fatima)
is fifteen years old and attends Grossmount Middle College High School. This is
her second show with Broadway Kids of San Diego, and is delighted to work with
Alice once again. Gabriela has found participating in Paradise to be an
extraordinary experience due to the fact that she has been able to learn so much
about an issue in occurrence that is affecting not only the lives of the people
in Palestine/Israel but the manner in which people view others different from
them worldwide. She would like to thank Alice for the opportunity and her family
for supporting her in everything she does.
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