Ember Everett is thrilled to be a part of this inclusive musical, as she has been a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community since birth. She has been professionally involved in theatre since 2009 and cannot wait to share Rosanna's journey with the world. She believes wholeheartedly that this musical has a voice that deserves and needs to finally be heard.
Originally from Florida, Ray is an actor, singer, director and composer. After gaining his BFA at Florida Atlantic University, he immediately began working in Equity theatre as an actor and stage manager. He has been a Californian since 1999. Ray founded two theatre companies – The Relevant Stage in San Pedro (2007), and Art-In-Relation in Long Beach (2014), while also appearing in television, film and voiceovers. In June, Ray will sing at Carnegie Hall in New York with a collection of choirs and chorales. Currently, Ray is helping two Texas writers to develop their musical about people with disabilities, titled “Ready and Disabled.” He also will be appearing as “God” in a concert version of “Children of Eden” towards mid-year. Ray is thrilled to be a part of this masterful work by Mia Cotton and this enthusiastic, dedicated group of artists.
Brian Gámez Mueller, a native of Alton, Texas, left his home of eighteen years to earn his Integrated Conservatory Certification and BFA in Musical Theatre from AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts, graduating Spring of 2018. Before his official training, Brian found his own artistic education through band, theatre, choir, and color guard, finding a myriad of perspectives in his craft as a performer and artist. During his studies, Brian honed in on poetry, spoken word and film production. Before “The London Rose,” he enjoyed a frightful run as Michael Myers in Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights’ “Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers” maze. “I am to do anything and everything that satisfies my soul as an artist. I don’t aim to ever limit myself - especially in my craft.”
Lindsay is an actor, singer, and voiceover artist with an affinity for Shakespeare, dogs and Dungeons & Dragons. She was last seen performing “This is Me” with Keala Settle on the 90th Academy Awards broadcast, and recently performed the song again on Japanese television. You can currently hear her as the missing starlet Julie Capsom on the fictional-true-crime podcast “Arden” or singing with the mixed acapella group, Top Shelf Vocal. She's thrilled to be performing in “The London Rose” with such a great group of people, both on stage and off.
Andrew John Morrison is a new arrival to the Los Angeles theatre scene from Chicago, where he trained in improvised Shakespeare and improv comedy at Second City and the iO theatre. He has appeared as the Ghost of Christmas Past and the Ghost of Christmas Future in the Underground Theatre in Hollywood’s production of ”Carol's Christmas,” a parody of the Christmas Carol. When he isn't performing in musicals or screen acting, Andrew teaches documentary film production at the High School for Recording Arts. Andrew, who plays the role of the Butcher and Man 2, is honored to be part of the cast of “The London Rose.”
Brianna Piña has always loved musicals and is so excited for this project because she has never read anything like it!