Students from the 2024 Senior Showcase


Musical Theatre Senior Showcase

Featuring the Class of 2024

March 7-9, 2024, Patricia Corbett Theater

  • Co-Directors/Choreographers | Eric Byrd and Vincent DeGeorge
  • Music Director and Arranger | Julie Spangler
  • Tap Choreographer | Chaz Wolcott
  • Percussion | Kyle Roemer
  • Stage Managers | Sage Shepard and Hannah Kate Hawver
  • Repertoire Consultant | Rachel Hoffman
  • Sound Engineers | Bryan Pivaral, Nick Feldmann and Mia Teboe
  • Videographers and Editors | Melissa Godoy, CCM Digital Team

*CCM Student


Special thanks to Carl and Joyce Fischer with additional support from Jeff Thomas Catering and Graeter's Ice Cream. Thanks to Quinn Patrick Ankrum, Ian Axness, Rebecca Bromels, Becky Butts, Gwendolyn M. Coleman, Susan Felder, Carl and Joyce Fischer, Sarah Folsom, Steve Goers, Mikki Graff, Jessica Harris, Katie Johannigman, Amy S. Johnson, Diane Lala, Jen Lampson, Wendy Leborgne, Karen Lykes, Elliot Madore, Deborah Neiheisel-DeZarn, Kenneth B. Shaw, Stuart L. Skelton, Mary Southworth, Rachel Stevens, Sarah Summerwell, Daniel Weeks, Curt Whitacre, Torie Wiggins, Keyona Willis, Chaz Wolcott, and to all of the seniors’ family and friends who have supported them the past four years.

Musical Selections

  • Introduction | All

  • "It Roars" | Madison Mosley
    • From Mean Girls by Jeff Richmond, Nell Benjamin   
  • "Watch What Happens" | Grace Rusnica
    • From Newsies by Alan Menken, Jack Feldman 
  • "I Got Love" | Madison Mosley
    • From Purlie by Gary Geld, Peter Udell 

  • "Over the Rainbow" | Grace Rusnica 
    • From The Wizard of Oz by Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg
  • "Sara" | Peter Neureuther
    • From The Civil War by Jack Murphy, Frank Wildhorn 
  • "When I Drive" | Peter Neureuther and Benjamin Cheng
    •  From Bonnie & Clyde by Don Black, Frank Wildhorn
  • "A Wink and a Smile" | Benjamin Cheng
    • By Ramsey McLean, Marc Shaiman 
  • "Every Night at Seven" | Kassi McMillan 
    • From On A Clear Day You Can See Forever by Burton Lane, Alan Jay Lerner 
  • "Easy" | Andrew Burke
    • From Anne Of Green Gables by Matte O'Brien and Matt Vinson
  • "Turning Tables"  | Kassi McMillan
    • By Adele Adkins, Ryan Tedder 
  • "Unexpressed" | Andrew Burke
    • From It's Only Life by John Bucchino 
  • "Viaje Tiempo Atras" | Annalise Prentiss
    • Viaje Tiempo Atrás (Journey to the Past) from Anastasia by Stephen Flaherty, Lynn Ahrens 
  • "You Can't Be Everything/Love in the Scene" | Annalise Prentiss and Amanda Bishop
    • "You Can't Be Everything You Want" from Next Thing You Know by Joshua Salzman, Ryan Cunningham/"Love in the Scene" by Soleil Singh
  • "I'm Gone" | Amanda Bishop
    • From Hands on a Hardbody by Trey Anastasio and Amanda Green 
  • "Death of a Bachelor" | Jett Blackorby
    • By Brendon Urie, Lauren Pritchard, Jake Sinclair 
  • "Everything" | Eliza Levy
    • From "A Star is Born" by Rupert Holmes and Paul Williams 

  • "Let's Start Tomorrow, Tonight" | Jett Blackorby and Eliza Levy
    • From Smash by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman 
  • "Agony" | Jackson Reagin and Nick Pattarini
    • From Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim 
  • "Forest for the Trees" | Nick Pattarini 
    • From Spitfire Grill by James Valq, Fred Alley 
  • "Sunday Morning" | Jackson Reagin
    • By Maroon 5, Adam Levine, Jesse Carmichael 
  • "Vanilla Ice Cream" | Gracie Parker
    • From She Loves Me by Sheldon Harnick, Jerry Bock 
  • "Tous Les Visages De L’Amour (“All the Faces of Love" or "She”)" | Stan Przedlacki
    • By Charles Aznavour 
  • "Leaving on a Jetplane" | Stan Przedlacki
    • By John Denver 
  • "Blue Horizon" | Gracie Parker
    • From "Out of Our Heads" by Kooman and Dimond  
  • "A Special Word" | Nate Jones
    • From The Violet Hour by Will Reynolds, Eric Price 
  • "Old Fashioned Love Story" | Julia Schick
    • From The Wild Party by Andrew Lippa 
  • "Somewhere Only We Know" | Nate Jones
    • By Keane, Tim Rice-Oxley, Tom Chaplin, Richard Hughes   
  • "Everytime You Lie" | Julia Schick
    • By Demi Lovato, John McLaughlin, John Fields
  • "Trainwreck" | All
    • By Demi Lovato

Musical Theatre Class of 2024

August Bagg

Madison Mosley (she/her) 

Originally from Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Madison is an active performer and artist. Some of her credits include Amy March in Little Women (CCM), Helene in Sweet Charity (CCM), Thea in Spring Awakening (CCM), and Little Red/Rapunzel in Into the Woods (The Carnegie).

Grace Rusnica

Grace Marie Rusnica (she/her)

Originally from Irwin, Pennsylvania, Grace is a singer, dancer, actor and musician. Some of her credits include Minnie/Somewhere Soloist in West Side Story (MUNY), Silly Girl in Beauty and the Beast (MUNY), Katherine in Newsies (Cincinnati Landmark Productions), Charity Hope Valentine in Sweet Charity (CCM), and Wendla in Spring Awakening (CCM). 

Peter Neureuther

Peter Neureuther (he/him)

Originally from Harrison, New York, Peter is a passionate singer, actor and dancer. Some of his most recent credits include Daniel in Once On This Island (CCM), Jack Kelly in Newsies (Cincinnati Incline Theater) and Prince Topher in Rodger & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (CCM)

Benjamin Cheng

Benjamin Cheng (he/him)

Originally from Memphis, Tennessee. Roles at CCM include Eamon in Once, Ensemble (u/s Leading Player) in Pippin, Ensemble (u/s Shakespeare) in Something Rotten!, Ensemble (u/s Topher) in Cinderella, Ensemble (u/s Daniel) in Once On This Island. Roles elsewhere include Elmer in Newsies with Theatre Memphis, Ensemble (Pied Piper) in Shrek with Theatre Memphis, Ensemble in Hairspray with Theatre Memphis, Ensemble in Beauty and the Beast with Theatre Memphis. 

Kassi McMillan

Kassi McMillan (she/her) 

Originally from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Kassi is a passionate and driven young performer. Some of her credits include Jo March in Little Women (CCM), Rusty in Footloose (Mac-Haydn Theatre), Melpomene in Xanadu (CCM), Lorraine Fleming in 42nd Street (Mac-Haydn Theatre), “Learn Your Lessons Well” in Godspell (Mac-Haydn Theatre), and a Co-Star on "Henry Danger" (Nickelodeon). 

Andrew Burke

Andrew Burke (he/him)

Originally from Houston, Texas, Andrew is a 22 year old singer, actor and dancer! Some of his favorite credits include Nigel Bottom in Something Rotten! (CCM), Chip Tolentino in Spelling Bee (CCM), Melchior in Spring Awakening (Queensbury Theatre), Davey in Newsies (Incline Theatre), Ensemble/Swing credits at North Shore Music Theatre and Theatre Under The Stars.

Annalise Prentiss

Annalise Prentiss (she/her)

Born in Guatemala, raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Annalise loves creating and discovering worldwide cultures. Some of her favorite credits include Erzulie in Once On This Island (CCM), Marcy Park in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (CCM) and working as a Swing/Intimacy Captain on Spring Awakening (CCM).

Amanda Bishop

Amanda Bishop (she/her)

Originally from Butler, Pennsylvania, Amanda is an active artist and audio engineer. Some of her credits include Schwarzy in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (CCM), Beth in Little Women (CCM), Delores in The Wild Party (Lippa) (CCM), and Erma in Anything Goes (Black Rock Theater).

Jett Blackorby

Jett Blackorby (he/him)

Hailing from Jerseyville, Illinois, Jett is a performer and small-town dreamer. Some of his credits include Bobby Vee in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (The Muny), Ensemble in Chess (The Muny), Laurie in Little Women (CCM), Nigel Bottom in Something Rotten! (CCM), Diesel/Big Deal in West Side Story (Porthouse Theatre).

Eliza Levy

Eliza Levy (she/her) 

Palm City, Florida, Eliza is an active performer and choreographer. Some of her credits include The Beggar Women in Sweeney Todd (Black Rock Theatre), Marks Mom in Rent (The Carnegie),  Nickie Pignatelli in Sweet Charity (CCM), Meg March in Little Women (CCM), and Max & Queenie/Kate Understudy as well as choreographer of The Wild Party (CCM).

Nick Pattarini

Nick Pattarini (he/him)       

Originally from Alexandria, Virginia, Nick is a storyteller at heart. He strives to tell great stories to as many people in whatever mediums possible. Some of his credits include Younger Brother in "Ragtime: In Concert" (Cincinnati Pops Symphony Orchestra) Nick Bottom in Something Rotten! (CCM), William Barfée in Spelling Bee (CCM), and Soldier #1 in Sunday in the Park with George (CCM). 

Jackson Reagin

Jackson Reagin (he/him)

Hailing from Seattle, Washington, Jackson is a multi-faceted artist. Credits include Bob Gaudio in Jersey Boys (Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre), Harry Houdini in the U.S Debut of "Ragtime: In Concert" (Cincinnati Pops Sumphony Orchestra), Guy in Once (CCM), Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls and Roger in RENT (The Carnegie Theatre).

Gracie Parker

Gracie Annabelle Parker (she/her)

Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, Gracie is an aspiring actor, artist and writer! Some of her credits include The Girl in Once (CCM), Meg in Little Women (CCM), Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls (The Carnegie), and Fiona in Brigadoon (Wagon Wheel). Thank you to everyone at CCM, and my amazing family! 

Stanislav Przedlacki

Stanislav "Stan" Przedlacki (he/him) 

Raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Stanislav is an artist who finds joy in both performing and visual arts. Acting on stage and screen, some of his credits include Vittorio Vidal in Sweet Charity (CCM), Professor Bhaer in Little Women (CCM), Jean-Michel in Cinderella (CCM), Truman in the student film “Crescendo” (dir. Debra Najor) and Raymond Cory in student film “Mr. Raymond Cory” (dir. Logan Stryker) both of which are being prepped for festival circuits. Stanislav is also a professional photographer, with eight photos currently featured on PhotoVogue. His directorial debut short film, “Echoes of Yesterday”, is also currently being produced. 


Nate Jones (he/him)

Originally from Tallahassee, Florida, Nate is a performer and aspiring arts administrator. Some of his credits include John Brooke in Little Women (CCM), Phil in Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party (CCM), Nostradamus U/S and Ensemble in Something Rotten! (CCM), and Jean-Michel U/S and Ensemble in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella (CCM). Nate has also been a Swing for Spring Awakening and Sunday in the Park with George (CCM).

Julia Schick

Julia Schick (she/they)

Born in Chicago and raised in Kennesaw, Georgia, Julia is a multi-faceted performer and creator. Some of her credits include Asaka in Once on This Island (CCM), Rona Lisa Peretti in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (CCM), Martha in Spring Awakening (CCM), and Joanne in Rent (The Carnegie Theater). 

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CCM News


Four CCM alumni nominated in 2024 Tony Awards

May 1, 2024

Four UC College-Conservatory of Music alumni are named nominees in the 77th annual Tony Awards, recognizing the excellent work shared in Broadway productions during the 2023-24 season. The nominees, announced Tuesday, April 30, include Isabella Byrd (BFA Lighting Design and Technology, ’09), Shoshana Bean (BFA Musical Theatre, '99), Dorian Harewood and Leslie Kritzer (BFA Musical Theatre, '99).


CCM student wins USITT Make-up Design Award

April 5, 2024

The UC College-Conservatory of Music is thrilled to congratulate current masters student Tiara Jones, who was recently named winner of USITT’s Make-Up Design Award. Jones was recognized as part of the USITT24 Conference and Stage Expo in Seattle, Washington.


CCM Dance Series presents "Little Mermaid" April 12-14

April 4, 2024

UC College-Conservatory Music presents "Little Mermaid" on April 12-14, 2024 in Corbett Auditorium. Directed by Shauna Steele, the performance features music by David Arkenstone. Tickets on sale now through the CCM Box Office.

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  • Location: CCM Atrium Lobby next to Corbett Auditorium
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