College Light Opera Company sings your favorite musical theater tunes!
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Alexa Devlin is thrilled to be granted the opportunity to perform in this setting with all the sweet nostalgia she possesses for the College Light Opera Company. She was seen onstage at the Highfield Theatre for their 2010 and 2011 seasons. Last year, she was honored to take part in their 50th Anniversary Gala performance. Her favorite roles at CLOC include Katisha (The Mikado), Sally Adams (Call Me Madam), Ruth Sherwood (Wonderful Town), and Ruth (The Pirates of Penzance). Alexa has been a resident artist at the Ohio Light Opera for six seasons, where she was seen as Adelaide (Guys and Dolls), Babe Williams (The Pajama Game), Annie Oakley (Annie Get Your Gun), Reno Sweeney (Anything Goes), Buttercup (HMS Pinafore), Pinkie Peach (Primrose), Violet Hildegarde (Fifty Million Frenchmen), Fanny Welch (Oh, Lady! Lady!!), and many more- including two reprises as Katisha and one as Mrs. Sally Adams. She has performed in her current hometown, New York City, with the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players and Victor Herbert Renaissance Live!. She is a proud graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. Alexa originally hails from Pittsburgh, and was raised by a couple who met starring opposite each other in Barefoot in the Park, so she comes by her love for the theatre honestly. She sends her love to her Mom and Dad, to whom she owes so much... and sends a kiss to her dear husband, who has nothing to do with theatre whatsoever, so God bless him.
Matthew Stephens, a 2012 CLOC alum (Associate Conductor) is thrilled to be back in be Cape Cod with his long-time muse and collaborator Gillian Hassert. An in-demand music director, pianist and vocal coach, Matthew has collaborated with opera and Broadway stars in venues ranging from 54 Below to Lincoln Center. Favorite recent credits include A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Wolfbane Productions), The Sound of Music National Tour, My Fair Lady with the Utah Symphony and concerts with opera legend Deborah Voigt. An advocate of new works, Matthew has musically directed workshops at NYU-Tisch, American Lyric Theatre, On Site Opera and Fort Worth Opera. He is a recipient of the Kenan Fellowship at Lincoln Center Education and earned his M.M. from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. When he’s not in NYC, you can find Matthew drinking local IPAs on his family farm in Virginia. www.matthewastephens.com
- General Admission$15$150$0
- CCMoA Members$12$120$0