Richard Sharrah

Richard is excited to perform with such a talented cast in Musical Theatre of Los Angeles' production of West Side StoryRichard was last seen touring the midwest with Light Opera Oklahoma in South Pacific, The Sorcerer, and El Barberillo de Lavapies.  Before touring he won critical acclaim for his performances in David Ives' All in the TimingPast credits also include Grease  Richard was recognized in the Burbank Leader under the Headline Acting Strength for his portrayal of John Westhead in Patrick Wilde's What's Wrong With Angry.  Richard is represented by Martin Berneman at Precision Entertainment.



 Amanda has just completed an original musical production called The Show, in which she was a featured dancer. Other theatre credits: Tiger Lily in Peter Pan (James Armstrong Theatre), Chicago (MTLA), Cabaret, Eliza in King & I, Oklahoma, Three Sisters (Moscow Art Academy), Brilliant Traces, The Heiress, Woyzeck. Ti amo Cagnolino.






James Ward III

James is a Seattle, WA native who attends the School of Theatre at the University of Southern California.  He aspires to be a professional actor in film, television, and theater.  He has recently been in MTLA’s Ragtime, Blues for an Alabama Sky, many regional and national commercials, and has appeared on an episode of the CBS show Criminal Minds.







Originally from Davis, CA, Casey studied Vocal Performance at USQ then transferred to and graduated from UCLA with a degree in Cultural Anthropology. She spent her senior year abroad in Ireland where she performed her favorite role of'Audrey' in Little Shop of Horrors. She now looks forward to an exciting career in theatre and film.





Paul Zegler

Paul has had a rich and varied career in show business. Paul graduated from the renowned NYU Tisch School of the Arts. He has worked in many regional theaters including the Long Wharf Theater, Goodman Theater and Mark Taper Forum.

Paul was a member of the famous Improv Theater group Second City Chicago where he worked with Bill Murray and Betty Thomas. In addition, he was a member of the Improv group Ace Trucking Company with Fred Willard.

Paul has appeared in many films including Popeye, Fatso and Cheech and Chong's Nice Dreams. He is the only performer on the Gong Show to gong himself.

Paul received Chicago's Joseph Jefferson Award for Principle Actor in The Killer and the Comic and for Best Ensemble playing Abe Burrows in Are You Now or Have You Ever Been.