A Tribute to Frank Sinatra
MEET THE CAST
Jeremy is very excited to be back in Wilmington! He was last seen in April, crooning away in UPTOWN AT THE COTTON CLUB, The Wilson Center’s first live, indoor performance in 14 months! Favorite performances include: “Phil Davis” (Danny Kaye) - National Tour of IRVING BERLIN’S WHITE CHRISTMAS, “Bob Hope”-CAGNEY Off Broadway/Astaire Award Nominee, “Billy Lawlor” -42ND STREET (Broadway-opposite Shirley Jones), “Featured Tap Dancer” in the film THE PRODUCERS, “Billy Crocker”-National Tour of ANYTHING GOES (opposite Rachel York), “Wally Winston”-ANIMAL CRACKERS (Denver Center/Choreographer), “Kenneth Gibson”-CALL ME MADAM (Lyric Theatre-opposite Beth Leavel), “Fred Astaire”-BACKWARDS IN HIGH HEELS: THE GINGER ROGERS MUSICAL (Original Cast), and recently “Don Lockwood” #7 in SINGIN IN THE RAIN. Recent NYC Workshops: “Ray Bolger” in MERMAN, and song and dance brother to Joan Crawford, “Uncle Hal”, in Christina Crawford’s new musical MOMMIE DEAREST. Jeremy teaches his “Tap Therapy with Jeremy” classes in NYC, including such clients as Bill Irwin and Bette Midler. Jeremy has starred internationally, including Beijing’s WORLD GALA, the Taipei Opera House, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Up next: Irving Berlin’s CHEEK TO CHEEK and “Eddie Ryan” in FUNNY GIRL. Check out AND follow him on Instagram: @jeremywbenton
Linda Moshier’s career combines a lifetime of theater, cabaret, and concerts worldwide. Her first feature film Preparations To Be Together For An Unknown Period Of Time by internationally acclaimed Hungarian director, Lili Horvát was Hungary’s official selection for Best International Film at this year’s Academy Awards. (Available on Amazon Prime.) Recently in New York, Linda debuted her show SIMPLY STARSTRUCK, a sold-out performance at Lincoln Center’s Bruno Walter Auditorium and NY's famous music venue, the Cutting Room, featuring the music of Barbra Streisand. Linda has performed internationally with the USO Liberty Belles, a nostalgic trio reminiscent of the Andrew Sisters, has sung at the Pentagon, the Kennedy Library, Belmont Stakes triple crown, onboard the Intrepid and even opened for Nancy Sinatra in Hollywood. She also helped open the National D-Day museum (now the National WWII museum) in New Orleans with Tom Brokaw, Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg. Linda has performed leading roles in the musicals Cabaret (under the supervision of its composer, John Kander), Little Shop of Horrors, My Fair Lady, South Pacific, Me & My Girl, Finian’s Rainbow, Song of Singapore, Annie and Menotti’s opera, The Consul. She has been seen at the Grand Old Opry (Nashville), The Grand Palace (Branson) and The Palace Theatre (Myrtle Beach) as Mrs. Claus in The Radio City Christmas Spectacular and was the voice who celebrated Light Choices when McDonald’s first introduced salads. Linda has traveled once around the world singing on the S.S. Rotterdam and is the vocalist for the jazz quartet onboard the Bateaux New York out of Chelsea Piers in Manhattan. She has performed in Budapest with singer/accordianist Weszely Erno and the Péter Máté Band during the city’s annual art celebration Falk Miksa. She holds a degree in Voice/Theatre from the University of Kansas where she was an Irene Ryan finalist for ACTF. Linda is the recipient of the post-graduate Kathryn Nelson Award the Charles “Buddy” Rogers scholarship.
National Tours: Love Never Dies (u/s Phantom, Raoul, Gangle); White Christmas (Ralph Sheldrake, Bob u/s); Young Frankenstein (Dr. Frankenstein u/s); Cats (Tugger). Off Broadway: Love LIfe (City Center’s Encores); The Fantasticks (El Gallo standby). Regional: Annie (Rooster, TUTS); Sweeney Todd (Pirelli Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival); Parade (Governor Slaton, Merry-go-Round);The Music Man (Harold Hill, Forestburgh Playhouse); White Christmas (Bob Wallace, Westchester Broadway); Young Frankenstein (Dr. Frankenstein, Ogunquit Playhouse); The Toxic Avenger (Toxie, The Hippodrome Theatre); Little Shop… (Orin, Arrow Rock Lyceum); The Ahmanson; The Alliance; Paper Mill Playhouse; Goodspeed; The Muny; Huntington Theatre; Delaware Theatre Company. BFA UWSP. Love to Rachel and Levi.
Jennifer has toured as a performer with six Broadway National and International Tours as well as in NYC NYC and Regional Theatre. Favorite roles include Reno in Anything Goes, The Narrator in Joseph ...Dreamcoat, Betty in White Christmas, The Mother in A Christmas Story, Margaret in The Light in the Piazza, Babe in The Pajama Game, and as a Singer/Dancer with the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. She had a 10 year stint performing both stateside and overseas for our troops alongside many celebrity performers as a part of the USO Liberty Bells with the USO world Entertainment. TV/Film credits include: Hairspray, GardCandy, Oz, Saturday Night Live, 3,2,1 Contact, Law and Order and more. Jennifer holds a MM in Vocal Performance with a Musical Theatre concentration as well as an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy fro NYU. Jennifer is a performer, director, voice teacher and self-proclaimed voice science nerd. In addition to her work on the adjunct voice faculty at Pace, she is the Artistic Director and Founder of Broadway Alliance of NYC. Proud Mother of a 5 year old soon to be Rock Star son. Jennifer has been a member of NATS, AEA, AGVA, SAG and AFTRA (since 1981)