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East View High School

A Junior at East View School High School, Casey is a two year member of GLEE the school’s top show choir.  Casey has performed in East View’s musical productions of Beauty and the Beast, The Wizard of Oz and most recently Big Fish, in addition to the choir’s annual A Jolly Holiday and Finale productions.  Casey truly enjoys the stage and is honored to have this opportunity to perform in On Broadway! among such great talents.  She receives private voice lessons from Ginger Catherwood, while participating in the EVHS’ GLEE and Elite Choirs under the direction of Trish Douglas and Courtney Neva.  Casey enjoys playing piano, the ukulele and even has the lungs to belt out a tune on the trombone.  She has a strong passion for history and can often be found with a good book in hand when not singing.  Casey looks forward to studying history in college on the east coast and hopes to pursue a career in broadcast journalism, politics or law. She treasures the support & direction her family, friends and directors provide every day and can’t thank Beth Baker and the Angel Fountain Educational Endowment enough for providing her and GISD this outstanding opportunity.


East View High School

Aodhán a junior whose musical interests began in middle school when he joined the band program. After being exposed to learning and performing music he taught himself several different instruments including piano and drums.  He started singing when he joined an afterschool choir group in 8th grade, a year later he realized that performing was something he wanted to do for high school and joined the East View choir program his sophomore year. 

Aodhán has been performing in the top competitive choir, Elite, as well as East View’s show choir, Glee, for the past two years.  He has participated in UIL competitions and East View’s annual holiday performance ‘Jolly Holiday’.  Aodhán also took part in the TMEA All State process, where he made the All-Region choir and advanced to the Pre-Area auditions. He looks to pursue a career in music and/or music education.

Aodhán is incredibly humbled and grateful to the Angel Foundation Educational Endowment and the four Broadway stars for this amazing opportunity.


Georgetown High School

Sydney Enos is a senior at Georgetown High School and has been singing since she could talk. Sydney has been a cheerleader for 7 years and will continue to cheer in college. She has been in choir for 10 years and has served as the Georgetown Show Choir Captain for the past 2 years. She is more than excited to be a part of On Broadway.  She was recently nominated for best supporting actress by GAHSMTA (Greater Austin High School Musical Theater Awards) for her role as Cinderella in Into the Woods.  She would like to thank the Broadway performers for giving their time and talent for this performance.  Sydney has been a part of many musicals but some of her favorites include Annie (Pepper), The Little Mermaid (Ariel), and Into The Woods (Cinderella).  Sydney will be attending the University of Mary Hardin Baylor this fall to study dermatology, and one day hopes to open her own practice.  Although she won't be studying music at college, she knows music always find a way into her life. Enjoy the show!


Georgetown High School

Bryce Keesee-Lourigan is a junior at Georgetown High School and is ecstatic to be a part of this amazing experience.  It is an honor for him to work with these exceptional Broadway performers and teachers.  Bryce has been performing since the age of eight and can’t imagine doing anything else.  Some previous credits include:  Into the Woods (Cinderella’s Prince), The Little Mermaid (Prince Eric), You Can’t Take It With You (Kolenkhov) and Guys and Dolls (Big Jule).   Bryce was recently nominated for a GAHSMTA (Greater Austin High School Musical Theater Awards) for best supporting actor for his role as Cinderella's Prince in Into the Woods. He would like to thank his parents for their unrelenting support and love.

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