Sara Nietmietz


"Finest Hour", "Popular Girl", "Dream Lover", "What Are You Doing About Love?".
Sara Niemietz made her acting debut on Broadway as the young ‘Carol Burnett’ in Hollywood Arms and soon after, she starred in the title role of ‘Pamela’ in Pamela’s First Musical. Featured appearances on Providence (NBC), First Monday (CBS) and Gilmore Girls (The WB), led to the role of ‘Polly’ in the feature film Akeelah and the Bee with Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett. Sara began her recording career with her solo CD “Live At The Cat Club.” Later, she performed the lead vocals in the score for the number one box office hit, The Exorcism of Emily Rose. Most Recently, she played the role of ‘Patrice,’ in Jason Robert Brown’s new musical13 at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.

Blake Ewing


"Finest Hour", "I Keep On Falling", "Fool For Love".
Blake Ewing began his professional career on Star Search at age six as the 1992 ‘Junior Vocalist Champion.’ That led to the recurring role of ‘Derek’ on Full House (ABC), and starring role as ‘Waldo’ in the hit comedy feature film The Little Rascals.  As a recording artist Blake has performed on albums with Natalie Cole, Phil Collins, Michael Crawford and David Foster. Blake received an Ovation Award nomination for his performance as ‘The Little Boy’ in the Los Angeles production of the musical Ragtime. Last year, Blake co-wrote and performed the end credit song “Along the River” from the film End Of The Spear.

Heather Youmans


"Never Gonna Be The Same Again", "Get Up And Move".
Heather Youmans has won many awards for her vocal talents while making appearances at prestigious venues such as the Kodak Theatre and Qualcomm Stadium as an anthem performer. This talented 14-year-old was recently discovered by producers Tom and Larry Weir at the auditions for Teen Witch the Musical. Her strong soulful voice impressed them so much that they immediately began recording her first solo album. Additionally, Heather performed several tracks on the soundtrack for the upcoming feature film, Moondance Alexander starring Don Johnson, Kay Panabaker, Lori Loughlin, and Sasha Cohen.



"I Like Boys", "Shame".
Monét Monico (Lerner) performed at a young age in musical theatre productions, which included Grease, The Sound of Music, and Hello Dolly. Her professional acting career began with guest appearances on Lincoln Heights (ABC Family) and The Suite Life of Zack and Cody (Disney Channel) for which she recently won a Young Artist Award for “Best Young Guest Star.” In addition, Monét has performed with her own band at impressive venues such as The Gibson Amphitheater where they opened for male pop star Jesse McCartney. Monét and her band are currently performing nationwide on the “MyPOP8Tour.”

Lauren Patten


"Top That".
Lauren Patten started acting in commercials and Community Theatre at the early age of four. Past stage appearances include roles such as ‘Kacie’ in Training Wisteria at the Summer Play Festival NYC, and ‘Belinda Cratchit’ in A Christmas Carol at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. On film Lauren can be seen as ‘Laurie’ in The End of Magic and ‘Dana’ in I Scream. She is currently appearing as ‘Anne’ in The Diary of Anne Frank at the Rubicon Theatre, Ventura CA. 

Tessa Ludwick


"I Like Boys", "Shame".
Tessa Ludwick enjoyed early success in her career as a young child playing ‘Kate” in a Broadway/National Tour of ANNIE. Since then, she has taken pleasure in guest starring on several shows including Crossing Jordan (NBC), Gilmore Girls (The WB) and Zoey 101 (Nickelodeon). Tessa can currently be seen on The Disney Channel as one of the Disney Movie Surfers, traveling the world to interview celebrities for upcoming Disney movies. She has just finished filming Two Sisters, an ABC movie, which is now in production. A baseball fanatic, Tessa regularly performs the national anthem at the Dodger and Angel Stadiums.

Ashley Crowe


"She's Put A Spell On You".
Ashley Crowe made her theatrical debut at the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies under the tutelage of Helen Stringos-Arias. She has continued in her training extensively with Lynette Sheldon, Mark E. Swinton, and Denise Dowse in the Stella Adler and Sanford Miesner techniques. Ashley has been given the opportunity to perform in Paris, France as a soloist/dancer as well as other cities throughout Europe. Some of her theatre credits include, Dream Girls, You Don’t Know Me, Ephraim’s Song, Keep Movin’ On, Grease, The Wiz, and This is Our Youth.

Bryce Blue


"Top That", "High School Blues".
Bryce Blue took his first attempt towards acting during his middle school years, where he appeared on stage as ‘Winthrop’, in the Music Man. He continued performing in musicals including You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Annie Get Your Gun, and Les Miserable. At the age of fifteen, Bryce played as ‘Tom’ in Tom Sawyer at the Great American Melodrama in Oceano. He decided to pursue his love of acting in Hollywood and landed his first film role in Larry Clark’s Wassup Rockers. This past spring, he co-starred in The Unit (CBS) as ‘Kieran’ and recently completed filming for the upcoming movie Twixter as the character ‘Carl.’

Alycia Adler


"I Like Boys", "Shame".
Alycia Adler has been singing and dancing since she was three years old, participating in numerous dance competitions as a team member of the Brentwood Academy of Dance. Musical theater is her passion, and she’s been privileged to play leads in Hairspray, Chicago, The Project, Pippin, Crossing Lines, Little Shop of Horrors and Kiss Me Kate. She recently had a supporting role in the film Touched - starring Jenna Elfman. Alycia is busy now rehearsing for her role as ‘Sally Bowles’ in Cabaret, which will be at the Gindi Auditorium at the University of Judaism in Bel Air on March 26th and March 28th, 2007.



"Top That", "High School Blues", "Popular Girl".
Versatile-Style’s musical talent was first showcased at the age of fifteen when he performed as a Rapper in the Los Angeles Youth Production Corporation, Jammin’ For Kids Sake. Years later, he was ghostwriter for the LMT album, which he collaborated and co-produced with Kevin Colman (“Smash Mouth”). V-Style had produced source music for various movies, but Terminator 3 benchmarked his entry into film. Involvement with the Leimert Park Village Community events led him to work with renowned artists “Yo-Yo,” “Grandmaster Flash” and “The Furious 5.” V-Style is currently working on the release of his debut solo album.

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