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Henry Fin Berry

henry-berry HENRY FIN BERRY (u/s Friedrich/Kurt) National tour Debut! Credits: A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant, Newsies (Les), Peter Pan (Michael), A Christmas Story (Grover Dill), Dance Divas Nutcracker (Timmy). Competitive dancer at Kick Dance Studios (national title winner, 2017 and 2018). Member of NYC Tap Crew with Thommie Retter and Koin and Kids training program. Thank you to my Kick Family, Katie Kurkemelis, Katie O’Toole, Justin Reamy, Badine Magaziner, Stewart/Whitley, NETworks, Jody Prusan, Nancy Carson, and especially Mom, Dad and Sadie.

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Alexandra Bradley

alex-bradley ALEXANDRA BRADLEY (u/s Gretl/Marta) Alexandra is thrilled to join the cast of The Sound of Music. Credits/Off-Broadway: High School Musical (Kratnoff); Legally Blonde (Pilar), Dance Divas World Premiere (Kendra); Show and Tell U.S. Premiere (Harriett); Annie (Molly). Special thanks to NETworks Tours, Matt Lenz, Theresa Pittius, David JV Meenan, Karen Lampiasi, Kerri Krilla and family.

Ethan Douglas Cutillo

ethan-douglas-cutillo ETHAN DOUGLAS CUTILLO (Kurt) Ethan, from Clarks Summit, PA, is thrilled to make his national tour debut with The Sound of Music. Regional credits include: Rags, the Musical (David), Mary Poppins (ensemble). He gives thanks to Danny Marx and Colin Holmes for starting him on the path to this great opportunity. Much love and thanks to all his family, especially to Mom, Dad, and his sister Carolyn for all their help and support.

Emma O’Kane

emma-o-kane EMMA O’KANE (u/s Louisa) Bio coming soon!

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Riley O’Kane

riley-o-kane RILEY O’KANE (Marta) Riley is a 4th grader at Green Meadow Elementary School (East Greenbush, NY) and is thrilled to be making her debut National Tour. Recent credits: Annie (orphan) Mac-Haydn Theater, Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka (Oompa Loompa/Candy Girl), Peter Pan (Tinkerbell). Special Riley hugs to all who inspire her: Emma, Lisa, Charles, The Mac-Haydn Family, Andrew, Mom, Dad.

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Jenna Seasholtz

jenna-seasholtz JENNA SEASHOLTZ (Louisa) Jenna is thrilled to make her national tour debut in The Sound of Music! Credits: Walnut Street Theatre: Annie (Annie) and Wizard of Oz (Munchkin) Regional: Gypsy (Baby June) Street Scene (Mary Hildebrand) White Christmas (Susan Waverly) SOM (Gretl). Thanks to God, Stewart/Whitley, the entire SOM team that makes this amazing production possible, Naomi Kolstein Bohemia, Michelle Thompson BMG, Kathy Johnston Danceworks, Jacqueline Ballarin JMB Studios. Love to my family and friends! @jennaseasholtz
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Emily Strugatsky

emily-strugatsky EMILY STRUGATSKY (Brigitta) A 10-year-old from Brooklyn, NY, is honored to make her Tour debut. Stage credits: People’s Garden and Junie B. Jones with Pixie Dust Theater, Annie Jr. with Kidz Theater. Emily would love to thank her entire team of coaches who have helped her live her dream and for pushing her to the next level. Special thanks you to her Manager Mallory Levi and to her family for their unconditional love and support. Instagram: Emily.Strugatsky; emilystrugatsky.com.
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Quinn Titcomb

quinn-titcomb QUINN TITCOMB (Gretl) Quinn, age 6 from South Florida, is thrilled to be joining the cast of The Sound of Music! Credits: Waitress (Lulu), Broadway National Tour. Quinn enjoys swimming, learning and playing with her friends. Thanks to Connecting Talent Company and Carson-Adler Agency for believing in her. Big hugs to her parents, family, friends and teachers.

Edward Turner

edward-turner-headshot EDWARD TURNER (Friedrich) Edward is thrilled to join the cast. National Tour: A Christmas Story The Musical (Ralphie). Regional: Mary Poppins (Michael Banks), Beat Bugs (Jay), Oliver! (Orphan). Semifinalist, Hal Leonard Children’s Musical Theatre Competition. Thanks to NETworks, Matt, Christine, Bercy Talent, Amelia, Danny, his 6th grade pals, brothers, Mom and Dad. @edwardbturner

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    Leon Outlaw Jr.

    Leon Outlaw Jr. LEON OUTLAW JR. (Young Berry/Stevie/Michael Jackson alt.) At a very young age Leon began to sing and dance to the amazement of his parents. Inspired by Michael Jackson and James Brown, Leon made his stage debut at age 9. Ecstatic about being a part of Motown and Thanks God, family & Friends. Facebook, Leon-C-Outlaw-Jr; Twitter, @leoncoutlawjr; Instagram, LJOutlaw312.

    Reed Lorenzo Shannon

    Reed L Shannon REED L. SHANNON (Young Berry/Stevie/Michael Jackson alt.) was trained at NC Theatre Conservatory. He has performed roles in NCTC productions of Who’s Tommy, In the Heights and on the main stage in Oliver!. Reed received rave reviews while in the cast of “Les Misérable” (2014 – Gavroche) with NCT and Broadway Series South. www.reedshannon.com.

     

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    Tampa Bay - 03/18/15

    “When little Michael Jackson (Reed L. Shannon) comes out, hold on to your purple porkpie hat."

    TBO.com - 03/18/15

    “Reed L. Shannon gets a special shout-out for tackling the roles of young Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder."

    BWW Orlando - 03/11/15

    “Finally, Leon Outlaw, Jr. nearly stole Orlando's opening night performance as Young Berry, Young Stevie Wonder, and Young Michael Jackson."

    Orlando Sentenial - 03/11/15

    “But the house is brought down by Leon Outlaw Jr. as a young Michael Jackson. (Reed L. Shannon plays the role at some performances.)"

    Orlando Weekly - 03/11/15

    “Leon Outlaw, Jr. (alternating with Reed L. Shannon) was the audience favorite as a charismatic young Michael Jackson"

    Florida Theater On Stage - 02/25/15

    “The crowd favorite is Leon Outlaw Jr. (alternating with Reed L. Shannon) as Little Stevie Wonder and then Michael Jackson whose Jackson Five medley is a veritable time machine."

    Miami Herald - 02/25/15

    “Leon Outlaw Jr., who alternates in the role of young Michael Jackson with Reed L. Shannon, drives the audience crazy by taking it to a time of innocence and promise in the life of the now-lost superstar."

    Herald Sun - 02/19/15

    “Leon Outlaw Jr. played the young star during Wednesday night’s show, and gave a crowd-pleasing performance of multiple Jackson 5 hits."

    BWW Boston - 02/12/15

    “Leon Outlaw, Jr. (who rotates in the role with Nathaniel Cullors and Reed L. Shannon) has all of the swagger and all of the moves to be the King of Pop incarnate."

    Philly Now - 01/16/15

    “The mini Michael Jackson (Reed L. Shannon), who gracefully and stunningly leads the Jackson 5, was awe-inspiring. It was actually a striking experience to imagine what kinds of powers the Jackson 5 had back in the day, and despite how we revere them now, it must’ve been something really special to watch the Jacksons ascend to stardom in real time. MJ was 12 when “ABC” hit the air, and it doesn’t seem like Shannon was too far from that age last night. Dude deserves so many high-fives for destroying his gig, both in vocal execution and dance moves."

    Twin Cities Daily Planet - 12/23/14

    “As amazing as all of the characters were, one of the biggest standouts was the youngest member in the cast. Reed L. Shannon (Young Berry Gordy/Young Stevie Wonder/Young Michael Jackson) was such a shining light. Jaws dropped when this little boy opened his mouth to sing. He had spark, passion and stole the show with his outstanding presence."

    Star Tribune - 12/17/14

    “Other standouts include Reed Shannon’s stirring and vibrant Michael Jackson..."

    DSM Magazine - 12/4/14

    “Standouts included the young Michael Jackson (Reed L. Shannon), who bounded on stage and effortlessly channeled the preternatural talent of the Jackson Five star."

    Broadway World St. Louis - 11/21/14

    “Reed L. Shannon (the role is split with Leon Outlaw, Jr.) is also a joy as the younger versions of Gordy, Stevie Wonder, and Michael Jackson."

    MLive - 11/04/14

    “Leon Outlaw Jr. and Reed L. Shannon are so talented in the roles of the young Gordy, young Stevie Wonder and young Michael Jackson that you'll probably have to blink several times to make sure you aren't seeing the originals on stage. They are that good."

    Daily Tribune - 10/23/14

    “...enjoy the hit parade as well as show-stopping performances by...Reed L. Shannon as Michael Jackson."

    Detroit News - 10/23/14

    “One of the biggest ovations, and justly so, came when young Reed L. Shannon came dancing out as Michael Jackson with the Jackson 5, purple hat cocked just so, his purple fringe vest an exact copy of one of MJ's '70s outfits. Shannon's voice perfectly evoked the beauty of Jackson's winsome young voice on songs like "Who's Lovin' You," and "I Want You Back.""

    Encore Michigan - 10/23/14

    “...and ohmigod, young Reed L. Shannon as 10-year-old Michael Jackson fronting the Jackson 5 in their prime. (Note: Shannon alternates with Leon Outlaw, Jr., no doubt similarly impressive.)"

    Freep.com - 10/23/14

    “Reed L. Shannon, who played young Michael on opening night, was spot-on in both the vocal and dance departments."

    Ohio.com - 10/11/14

    “Audience members called out to characters, sang along and went crazy over young Reed Shannon — a knockout singer and dancer as young Michael Jackson."

    BLAC Detroit - Oct. 2014

    “And prepare to be blown away by either Leon Outlaw Jr. or Reed L. Shannon, the two child actors who share the role of young Michael Jackson."

    SF Bay View - 09/07/14

    “The cast is phenomenal...Gordy as a child and an adult (Reed L. Shannon (the night I attended)), Stevie Wonder and, of course, Michael Jackson (Reed L. Shannon). "

    Napa Valley Register - 08/27/14

    “...And who couldn’t fall in love with Reed L. Shannon as the young Michael Jackson? Close your eyes and you’ll swear you’re listening to the young man who went on to achieve superstar status. The timbre of Shannon’s voice raised gooseflesh (“I’ll Be There”)."

    Stanford Daily - 08/27/14

    “Reed L. Shannon, who plays young musical prodigy Michael Jackson, wows the audience with his powerhouse voice and captivating grin."

    BroadwayWorld.com San Francisco - 08/23/14

    "Reed L. Shannon as a young Michael Jackson was worth the price of admission all on his own. I always have a worry about actors sounding (or not sounding) like their famous counterparts but Shannon hit it out of the park! It was like watching Michael perform onstage in real life. It was just a treat!"

    A Beast in a Jungle - 08/21/14

    "Reed L. Shannon’s jaw-dropping turn as Michael Jackson"

    The San Francisco Appeal - 08/21/14

    "...Reed Lorenzo Shannon is fantastic as young Michael Jackson..."

    San Francisco Gate - 08/20/14

    "... Any list of this show's musical highlights, of which there are many, has to start with young Reed L. Shannon as Michael Jackson (sharing the role with Leon Outlaw Jr.) wailing through Jackson 5 hits like "I Want You Back," "ABC," "The Love You Save" and "I'll Be There."

    San Jose Mercury News - 08/20/14

    "And when the pint-size Michael Jackson (a spot-on Reed L. Shannon) introduces "ABC," you can almost hear the gold records being pressed."

    Chicagoist - 05/16/14

    “Reed L. Shannon’s young Michael Jackson is a talented crowd-pleaser"

    NWI Times - 05/16/14

    “And some of the most lively and energetic scenes, rousing many musical emotions and memories, come from Reed L. Shannon as young Berry Gordy, Michael Jackson during the Jackson Five years, as well as the young, swaying, smiling and sunglasses-clad child prodigy Stevie Wonder."

    Splash Magazines - 05/16/14

    “However, the key players are Clifton Oliver (Berry Gordy), Allison Semmes (Diana Ross), Nicholas Christopher (Smokey Robinson), Jarran Muse (Marvin Gaye and Leon Outlaw, Jr. and Reed L. Shannon ) who share the roles of young Berry, Steve Wonder and Michael Jackson."

    The Fourth Walsh - 05/13/14

    “...and the spunky Reed L. Shannon (Michael Jackson) embodied their characters."

    Chicago Theatre Review - 05/10/14

    “Reed L. Shannon practically steals the show as Michael Jackson."

    Showbiz Chicago - 05/10/14

    “...I defy anyone not to find the love (and respect) in Reed L. Shannon’s Michael Jackson..."

    Broadway World - 05/09/14

    “And finally, credit must be given to youngest cast member Reed L. Shannon, who particularly shines as the young Michael Jackson. Performing such hits as "ABC" and "I Want You Back" in the second act, Shannon truly steals the show. He's real cute, but he's real talented too."

    Rock Chicago - 05/09/14

    “Other standout performances came from...Reed L. Shannon who was an OUTSTANDING young Michael Jackson..."

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