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JONATHAN RAY DACULA - tenor
Jonathan is a native of the Greater New Orleans area. A 2013 alumnus of Loyola University New Orleans, he was a member of the University Chorus and audition-only University Chorale under Dr. Meg Hulley Frazier. He has sung for various church choir events, most recently as part of a seasonal men’s quartet at St. Catherine of Siena’s Christmas and Easter services, and currently continues involvement in choral music as a member of the New Orleans Vocal Arts Ensemble, Brother Martin High School Alumni Chorus, and St. Francis Xavier Church choir in Metairie, LA. He currently works with Teach For America.
ROSALIND SANTOS - director
Rosalind Santos is primarily known as an award winning actress and performer, however she has recently taken up directing after more than a decade of experience working closely with some of New Orleans’ most talented directors. She is known for her role in the Indie film, Love Me True and TV show Josh Says Tomato, as well as her roles onstage as Holly in Anton in Show Business, The American in 9 Parts of Desire, Beatrice in When God Comes to Breakfast…, and many more in Atlanta and New Orleans theatres. Rosalind has a dynamic view of the performing arts world with a steady background in musical theatre, puppetry, Theatre of the Oppressed, Commedia Dell Arte, clowning (western and eastern), and screen acting. Rosalind graduated from Loyola University New Orleans in 2014 with a B.A. in Theatre and has continued to work as Belle, Elsa, Anna, Rapunzel and Ariel for events with Kellie’s Characters based out of New Orleans, LA.
Having just completed her directorial capstone for university directing the show For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls in November 2014, she is fresh on the directing scene with lots to learn and discover.