The Band.

LINDSAY SHERMAN (Keyboard)  is a vocal music major at Wright State. Her last music directing project was Vandalia Youth Theater’s Thoroughly Modern Millie, so its nice to be in the “adult world” again.  Lindsay has also been seen onstage as well, some of her favorite roles include: Logainne Shwartzengrubenierre in 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Dionne in Hair, Columbia in Rocky Horror, Lilly St Regis in Annie, Helena Landless in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and is soon to be performing as Lucy in Jekyll and Hyde. This has been an exciting and scary experience, working on a brand new musical, but Amy, and JJ have made it so easy to accomplish. Thanks guys! Break a Leg!!!


Alex Horton - drum set - The ConsequencesALEX HORTON (Drum Set) is a senior theatre major from Fairfield, OH who was previously seen in the Festival Playhouse productions of 42nd Street and Titanic. He also writes music/lyrics in the musical theatre and pop idioms. His writings include: Fear Clinic (music/lyrics by Alex Horton, book by Kelsey Celek), Reach (music/lyrics), stuck in between: the songs of alex horton, and about a million other songs that sit dormant in “the trunk”.  Love to the you know whos.


JOSEPH MOORE (Guitar) a resident of Miamisburg, Joseph is currently in his second year at Sinclair Community College, studying music education.  In addition to playing music, he enjoys reading, writing, running and hiking.   This is his first performance working with ETC.  Thanks for coming out to the show!


ALLISON KELLY (Bass)  is a senior musical theatre major at Wright State University from Springfield Ohio. Allison has played bass and other instruments for shows including 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The Me Nobody Knows, and 20something at ETC. When not playing bass, Allison is also a performer, seen in shows such as Anything Goes, 42nd Street, and Little Women at WSU. Support New Music and local talent!



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