ROUND EARTH ENTERTAINMENT in association with RnD PRODUCTIONS presented the first ZOOM selection performance of the Off-Broadway musical THE GREEN ROOM.
Directed by Darren Numer
Zoe Vegh-Gross as Divonne
Careliseo Blair as Cliff
Ashley Oviedo as Anna
Calum McMillan as John
Zoe Vegh-Gross is a third year Undergraduate student at Concordia University. Recent credits include Mopsa in Head Over Heels and Fräulein Kost in Cabaret. She is so excited to be a part of this cast and to make theatre available and accessible when we are all missing it so much.
Careliseo Blair began his musical theatre training at the age of eight in Modesto, California where he performed in plays and musicals. In 2017, he entered the B.F.A. Music Theatre Program at AMDA-LA. Favorite roles performed in AMDA productions include: Leaf Coneybear in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Josh in 9 to 5.
Ashley Oviedo is a recent graduate from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee with a BFA in musical theater. She has most recently worked on projects such as “The Mill on the Potomac” (Maggie Tulliver) with First Flight Theater Co., “Being Earnest” (Cecily) with Skylight Music Theater, and “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” (Marcy) with All In Productions. Some of her University credits and projects include “Bonnie & Clyde”(Bonnie), “The Tempest” (Miranda), “9 to 5” (ensemble/Maria), and “Winterdances” 2020. She is over the moon to step into this project and thanks her family for always inspiring her to create!
Calum McMillan is a 19 year old performer from LaSalle, Ontario. He is ecstatic to have been chosen to play the role of John in the Zoom production of The Green Room Musical. He has received the All-Star vocal award at Access Broadway’s regional and national competitions. He has also performed as King Arthur in Monty Python’s Spamalot The Musical at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Calum has trained at Sheridan College, in one of Canada’s most prestigious musical theatre programs. He currently resides in Toronto, Ontario, pursuing his dream of a life in the performing arts. He would like to thank all of his family and friends who supported, and pushed him to become a better person as well as a humble performer. He is also grateful for the instructors at Lakeshore Academy of Fine Arts for all their discipline, knowledge and tools that they provided over the years.