ASU Music Theatre Showcase


Join us for any of the following live events!

Class of 2024 

 at Greenroom42

Wednesday March 6, 9:30 p.m.


570 10th Avenue - 4th Floor

New York, NY

(Located Inside the YOTEL Hotel at West 42nd Street)


2024 Showcase 

in NYC

Thursday March 7, 4 p.m.

AMT Theatre

354 West 45th Street

New York, NY 10036

(between 8th and 9th Avenues- 

closer to 9th)

RSVP required at

2024 Showcase 

in PHX

Friday May 3, 7:30 p.m.
Evelyn Smith Music Theatre
ASU Tempe Campus


Meet the class of 2024

Tawny Audi

Tawny Audi (She/Her) is a queer, Middle Eastern-American artist born and raised in Arizona. She has been performing in the valley for over a decade, first starting off in a production of The Wizard of Oz with Missoula Children’s Theater at the age of nine. It was here that she got to portray her childhood hero, the Cowardly Lion. Since then, she has been fortunate enough to perform with several theaters around the valley. Most recently in productions with The Phoenix Theater Company, Hale Center Theater, Greasepaint and Theater Works. Some of her recent credits include Charlotte Dennon/Ensemble in Elf (The Phoenix Theater Company) and Portia in Something Rotten (Theater Works). She credits her love of the arts and performing to both her Mom and her guardian angel, Papa. Tawny will graduate from ASU this spring with a Bachelor’s degree of Music in Musical Theater.


Maggie Barry

Maggie Barry (She/Her/Hers) is a vibrant and grounded performer, who has shined with her charming and honest approach to storytelling since her breakout role as Gretl in “The Sound of Music” at just 5 years old. A proud Pacific Northwest born artist, Maggie's warmth and femininity on stage have allowed her to take on such roles as the Baker’s Wife in “Into the Woods” and Cathy in “The Last Five Years,” as well as energetic dance tracks in regional productions of “The Prom”, “Cinderella”, and “Happy Days.” Her "good comedic timing and perfect facial expressions" and "bright and perfectly on-pitch" voice has garnered praise by critics. Collaborators like Carner & Gregor have praised her work ethic and adaptability, particularly during the workshop for their musical, "Unlock’d." Offstage, Maggie finds joy in the company of her dog Rocky, arts and crafts, and the pursuit of being a legendary roller skater.


Miranda Bellows

Miranda Bellows (she/her) is an actor with a deep-seated passion for storytelling through many mediums with a unique non-traditional musical theatre voice. She is currently concluding her BMUS in Music Theatre Performance at Arizona State University. Some of her favorite past credits include Sue Snell in Carrie, Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street, and Val in A Chorus Line. She has also been featured on dance tracks in Beauty and the Beast, Seussical, Something Rotten, and Anything Goes.


Liam Boyd

Liam Boyd (He/Him/His) is a charismatic, grounded, and passionate artist who is known for the authenticity and charm that he brings into every room. Growing up, Liam found himself drawn to a wide array of creative outlets, such as drumming, fancy-trick rodeo roping, Irish-step dancing (for which he’s ranked tenth in the world), alongside his love of singing and acting. This cross training continually motivates him to gain new perspectives on life and instill those perspectives into his artistry. Liam has appeared as both Jamie in the Last Five Years and the Baker in Into the Woods at Arizona State University. Regionally, he has performed in Bandstand, the Prom, ELF the musical, and more! Liam aims to inspire and motivate audiences through genuine storytelling. In his free time, Liam enjoys nerding out over basketball, spontaneous jam sessions, and long walks with his mom and pups, Lucky and Charlotte.


Justin Carey

Justin Carey(he/him) is a Phoenix, Arizona native and has been performing since he was nine years old. Currently, Justin is finishing up his Bachelor's Degree in Music Theatre Performance at Arizona State University. At ASU he has been seen in The Mad Ones as Adam, in Godspell as a Disciple("Light of the World"), in Head Over Heels as an Arcadian/Basilius understudy and standby for the Narrator and Rapunzel's Prince in Into the Woods. Justin has also worked on new works including The Valley and Tales from the Amusement Park hosted by The Phoenix Theatre Company: The Festival of New American Theatre. Justin is currently working on Pippin as Lewis.


Henry Dyson

Henry Dyson (He/Him/His) is known for his spontaneous and committed choices in his acting work. He is a proud Black artist raised in Pasadena, California. His charming yet commanding stage presence has allowed him to play roles such as Charlemagne in “Pippin”, Jack Kelly in “Newsies”, and Omari in “Pipeline”, being 6 foot 3 also helps. Regionally, Henry took on 3 tracks as an Ensemble Swing in The Phoenix Theatre Company’s “Dreamgirls” and acted in their festival of new works in the role of Tripp in “The Consoling Mechanism.” His passion for acting also reaches television and film. Having acted in several short films he is as comfortable in front of the camera as he is on stage. He appreciates the nuances in acting approaches on stage versus film. His other passions include baseball, an avid Los Angeles Dodgers fan, plants, and taking his bearded dragon Gus to the store.


Matt Griesgraber

Matt Griesgraber (He/Him/His) is a fun and genuine storyteller and actor from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He

has been involved in theatre and acting for the last eight years of his life. He is in the final semester of finishing

his Bachelor of Music at Arizona State University for Musical Theatre Performance. Some of his performing

credits include All Good Gifts Soloist in Godspell (Arizona Broadway Theatre), Billy Cane in Bright Star,

Frederic in The Pirates Of Penzance, and Rapunzels Prince in Into The Woods (Arizona State University).


Jessica Lester

Jessica Lester (she/they) is a performer who strives to challenge expectations. Her vocals have been described as “pyrotechnic and exhilarating”, and “effortlessly satisfying.” Her first taste of the musical theatre world was when she played “Ensemble Woman” in Annie Jr. in 8th grade. Since then, she has taken on such roles as the tortured Lizzie Borden in the rock-concert musical LIZZIE, the joyful “Bless the Lord” Soloist in Godspell, and the soulful Rose Fenny in Dogfight. Always the first to crack a joke, Jessica has a “razor sharp wit” which she uses to find the bright side of any dark situation. She was most recently seen as a vocalist in The Phoenix Theatre Company’s Festival of New American Theatre. Outside of musical theatre, Jessica enjoys songwriting (she recently started a girlband with her best friend!), re-reading her favorite novels, and petting her cat, Florence.


Sophia Marino

Sophia Marino (she/her/hers) is an ambitious and versatile Chicana artist from Redondo Beach, California. Her instinctual comedic wit, charming voice, and heartwarming stage presence have allowed her to shine in a variety of roles such as Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors and Olive Ostrovsky in Spelling Bee. She has a strong passion for sketch comedy and improv, bringing her honest storytelling and dazzling musical abilities to both. Currently she is writing and developing her own one woman cabaret-style show and is performing in weekly comedy shows with Farce Side Comedy Hour and Barren Mind Improv at Arizona State University. She plans to graduate in 2024 with her Bachelors of Music in Musical Theatre and a minor in English Literature. 


Cassie Miller

Cassie Miller (she/they) is a compelling and eclectic mezzo-soprano from Tucson, Arizona. Above all, Cassie is committed to honoring the nuance of the human experience through live performance. She has been refining her craft since age seven and has developed a versatility that allows her to embody dramatic roles like Samantha Brown in The Mad Ones (Arizona State University) as well as comedic ingenues such as Hope Cladwell in Urinetown (Arizona Broadway Theatre) and Carter Dunfire in Subplots: An Original Musical (Procopio-Matin Productions). A central theme in her work is the exploration of her own queer, neurodivergent identity. She aims to challenge societal norms and foster empathy through her artistry. With a stage presence that is “charming”, “buoyant”, and “captivating”, critics have deemed them “someone to be watched”. Thank you to her wonderful family who inspire her every day.


Joshua Pierre Moore

Praised for keen stage instincts and a large colorful sound, Joshua Pierre Moore (He, Him, His) originally hails from San Antonio, Texas where he began his singing career. Since then J.P. has relocated to Arizona to pursue his M.M. in Opera and Musical Theater Performance at Arizona State University under the direction of internationally acclaimed baritone Gordon Hawkins. J.P. has performed a number of operatic roles including Sulpice in Daughter of the Regiment, Nick Shadow in Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress, Le Roi in Cendrillon, and most recently The Count in Le Nozze di Figaro. In 2021 he participated in Opera San Antonio’s summer opera training program as an apprentice artist, performing as Don Quixote from Man of La Mancha for their scenes program. Since then J.P. has performed as the title role in Jekyll & Hyde and the Modern Major General in The Pirates of Penzance.

When offstage, J.P. enjoys doing voice work as he currently co-hosts a podcast called Take Note that promotes inclusivity in classical music under the production of Central Sound at Arizona PBS. J.P. hopes to continue doing voice work as he pursues his vocal career.

Adam Robles

Adam Robles is a soft-spoken yet passionate performer from Mesa, Arizona. He did not come from a musical family, but rather discovered his love for the performing arts in high school. Soon, he and all five of his younger siblings were singing, dancing, and performing around the valley. What keeps him going is his love of the creative process and the opportunities he gets to collaborate with other passionate artists. Some of his favorite performing experiences have been playing Chad in All Shook Up (Mesa Community College), Oliver in The Theory of Relativity (Arizona State University), and Benny Smith in the workshop and world premiere cast for Subplots (Procopio-Matin Productions). Going forward in his career, he hopes to engage with theatre and other forms of art in ways that challenge societal barriers and bring awareness and understanding especially to the neurodivergent, LGBTQ+, and Latino immigrant communities.


Bri Sieminski 

Bri Sieminski (she/they) is a warm and playful queer performer. Her engaging storytelling approach has been practiced since the age of eight in her debut role as “Angel 1” in a local Christmas pageant. Described as “a soprano with an edge”, she has played roles such as Rapunzel in Into The Woods, Beth March in Little Women and Carter Dunfire in the World Premiere of Subplots. She also has a deep love for telling stories through movement and can be counted on to “provide an elevated sense of physicality to any role” performing featured/heavy dance tracks in Head Over Heels, Godspell, Pippin and Liz Lerman’s Healing Wars. In her free time she can be found seeking nature, writing poetry and doing arts and crafts with a good cup of tea. 


Qiming Xue

Qiming (She/Her/Hers) is a warm, passionate and bright performance artist from China. She's pursuing her M.M. in Music Theatre performance at Arizona State University. Before coming to the U.S, she has performed in regional theaters and tours in China. Her favorite roles include Mary in The Little Match Girls, Qian Er in Red Sorghum, Cosette in Les Misérables and Grace in Annie. As the first person in her family to pursue a career in arts, she hopes to repay their love and support by being brave and determined to follow her dreams.


Lindsay Noel Miller

Lindsay Noel Miller (she/her) is a music director, pianist, and conductor from Milwaukee, WI. She's in the final semester of pursuing an M.M. in Music Direction at Arizona State University. While completing her degree, she has been working as a Teaching Assistant and Collaborative Pianist in the Music Theatre and Opera department. Off-Broadway: SUGAR (J2 Spotlight at Theatre Row). Select MD credits: PIPPIN, MISS YOU LIKE HELL, HEAD OVER HEELS (ASU); THE LIGHTNING THIEF: THE PERCY JACKSON MUSICAL (Playhouse Square); DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID (College Light Opera Company). Additional education: B.M. Music Theatre Music Direction, Baldwin Wallace University.