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National Broadway Chorus 


Linda Bard 

Linda is a recent graduate of American University with a B.A in musical theater and is pursuing theater in the DC area. 

Ariel Edler 

Ariel, a graduate of Towson University, has appeared as a solo, theater, and choral performer on both the national and international stage.

Will Hawkins

Will is a recent graduate of The University of North Carolina, where he received degrees in Music and Dramatic Art. After graduating, he spent a Summer in Cape Cod with the College Light Opera Company, and is now happily back in the DC area. Past highlights include How to Succeed... (Bud Frump), [title of show] (Hunter), Avenue Q (Rod), and Sweeney Todd (Anthony).

Darnel C. Brandon 

Darnel  is a native of Arlington, VA and a graduate of GMU. Credits include La Verbena de la Paloma with Teatro Lirico of DC, La Boheme with The Opera Camerata of Washington, Otello and La Fancuilla del West with the Riverbend Opera Company, reemonisha with The Washington Savoyards, and Hair with the Kensington Arts Theatre.


Margot Cramer 

Margot Cramer is a freshman at American University from Winchester, Va. She is majoring in Musical Theatre. She is very excited to be starting her first year with the National Broadway Chorus


Warren Freeman

Warren has performed leading roles on stages across the U.S. and Canada, including national tours of Cats, The Sound of Music, and My Fair Lady. He currently teaches voice at Catholic University.

Bobby Gallagher

Bobby Gallagher is a upcoming Senior at The Catholic University of America and is pursuing a Bachelors of Music for Musical Theatre Performance.  2015 marks his second season with the National Broadway. Credits: Tony (from The Kennedy Center Cua West Side Story Review)  Don Leopoldo (La Perdida) Oscar (Sweet Charity) Don Giovanni Cover (Don Giovanni) Jack Warner (Shakespeare in Hollywood!) and Niche (The Merry Widow). He is also performing in the 2015 season of Overtures at Signature Theater. 

Kate Duffy 

Kate holds a BA in Musical Theater from American University. Past AU credits include: Oklahoma! (Laurey), Company (Susan), Wild Party (Dolores), Bare (Claire).

Luke Garrison

Luke is pursuing his Bachelor of Arts at The Catholic University of America. Some favorite past credits include Les Miserables (Enjolras and Grantaire), Next to Normal (Gabe), and Avenue Q (Princeton). This previous summer, he was a cast member of Sweeney Todd: Prog Metal Version with Landless Theatre Co. in DC. He is also a member of The Catholic University of America's Chamber Choir

Rodney Long 

Kelley Lund

A. Alexander McKeithen

 Rodney has been praised for his versatility and ability to sing in both an ensemble and solo setting, and classical and non-classical styles. Favorite credits include roles in Il Barbiere di Sivilgia, Le Nozze di Figaro, Aidia, and Into the Woods. Rodney graduated with honors with a BM in Voice Performance and Music Education from the Schwob School of Music at Columbus State University, Columbus, GA.

Kelley Lund is delighted to join NBC after a brief stint living and performing in Edmonton, Alberta. A Maryland native, she holds a degree in Music from the College of William and Mary. Local audiences may remember her from her years of appearing as one of the "Girlfriends" with Doc Scantlin's Imperial Palms Orchestra. Kelley resides in Ashburn, VA with her husband, Christopher and daughter, Eliana.  

A. Alexander McKeithen, a graduate from Howard University with a Bachelors of Music Education, is a classical singer who is making his mark in the industry. He currently holds membership in the gospel recording groups the Howard Gospel Choir and the Levites Assembly. He has numerous musical theater and operatic performance credits under his belt and has also had the opportunity to perform around the world

Emily Morgan 

Emily graduated from the Academy for the Performing Arts in 2013. She is now at American University studying both Vocal Performance and International Studies. Some of her favorite credits include Amneris (Aida), Belle (Beauty and the Beast), and Music Director of Rent, Side Show and Les Miserables.

Paige Austin Rammelkamp

Paige Austin Rammelkamp is a junior at American University studying musical theatre and vocal performance.  She is also an experienced pianist, and is training to be a music director.  She has taught at Adventure Theatre and Imagination Stage, and plays for multiple church services around the area.

Hilary Morrow 

Hilary is a recent graduate of American University with a degree in Musical Theater.  Recent productions include The Alchemist, Marat/Sade, and Oh, What Can’t A Woman Do  ?

Katherine Riddle

Katherine  is a recent graduate of American University with a degree in Music (Vocal Performance). Credits include: the national tour of 'Laura Ingalls Wilder' (Mary) Les Miserables (Cosette) and Oklahoma (Laurey) with Weathervane Playhouse in Newark, Ohio. 

Felix Polendey 

Felix is a graduate of George Mason University with a BM in Vocal Performance and Music Education. Some of his favorite credits include Man 1 (Edges), Max (The Sound of Music), Daniel Buchanan (Street Scene), Lun Tha (The King and I), Cinderella's Prince (Into the Woods) .


Rebecca Saathoff-Davis

Rebecca, a native Texan, recently moved to the DC area from New York City, where she received her masters degree in musical theatre from New York University.  Favorite roles include Kathy (Last 5 Years), Belle (Beauty and the Beast), Lily (The Secret Garden), and Maria (The Sound of Music).  Most recently she played Cosette in a regional production of Les Miserables and finished a contract with Disney Cruise Line.

Claxton Rabb 

Claxton is a senior at American University studying musical theatre.  Recent productions include Spring Awakening, Rent, and The Rocky Horror Show. 

Grant Saunders

Grant is a senior at American University studying musical theatre.  Recent productions include The Rez Sisters, Les Miserables, and The Alchemist.

Hayley, a recent graduate of American University, made her NYC Concert debut alongside Norm Lewis and went on to perform with Michael Feinstein at the American Songbook Hall of Fame in IN, headline with Fairfax Symphony Orchestra and perform with the West Virginia Symphony. She originated the role of Erma in Shamrock City  which recently had an NYC workshop at the Irish Arts Center. Next Hayley will be playing the role of Catherine in Silence! The musical at Studio Theater.

Hayley Travers

Kelly Smith Jones received her Bachelor of Music from The Boston Conservatory and her Master of Music from Manhattan School of Music.  She has performed the roles of Marguerite (Faust), Pamina (The Magic Flute), Despina (Cosi fan tutte), Beth (Little Women). Ms. Jones has appeared in numerous productions with the Wolf Trap Opera Company and Washington Concert Opera.  She toured with pianist Lorie Line for the 2006 Holiday Tour, The Traditions of Christmas.  Kelly can also be heard on the World Premiere Albany Records recording of The House of the Seven Gables.

Kelly Smith Jones 


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