Song #2: Like Breathing

Easily one of my all time favorite songs, here is “Like Breathing” by Pasek and Paul for the concert.

next on this list of vids to put up… superboy and the invisible girl!



Song #1: My Party Dress

The brilliant Kristin Massa stole the show with “My Party Dress” by Kerrigan and Lowdermilk at the concert on Saturday. It was my personal favorite of the night.

Kristin, you are a star!

Hopefully I’ll get more clips up soon!


Its a Grand Night for Singing

Big thanks to everyone who helped make this such a special and successful night.

My fellow cast members are so amazing and I’m so proud to call you guys my friends. Thank you!

We had a great turnout and I was extremely happy with everything that night.

Kenzie- Your voice is beautiful. Your taste in music is excellent. Love you dear girl.


p.s. gonna try to get some clips of the show on youtube soon!

A Song for Makenzie

Everyone at BAHBT remembers Makenzie as the dainty ballerina but only a few of us got to hear sing. Her beautiful voice was one of the many talents that made her such a special girl. ‘A Song for Makenzie’ is our way of remembering her voice.

Join us for, “A Song for Makenzie”, a vocal concert of contemporary and classic music in memory of Makenzie Stocker. The songs for the evening are all ones that were loved by Makenzie and music that make us think of her. The performers are Jason Allen Broussard Jr., Caitlin Cannon, Sean Jackson, Kristin Massa, Anna Rigby, and Alex Segura. The performance will be held on Saturday, March 27th at 7:30 pm at the Royal Academy of Fine Art’s Oliver Theatre. All proceeds of the night will go to the Makenzie Rebekah Stocker Scholarship with the Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre. Tickets are $10. For information and tickets contact the BAHBT Office (281)-480-1617.

I really hope everyone can come. It’ll be a wonderful night for those who knew and loved Kenzie or those who just want to hear some great music.

Love you all,


What is a Video Deconstruction?

Video Deconstruction: Invented by Seth Rudetsky, Broadway’s biggest fan, digs into vocal/acting moments from fierce performances.

Here’s my deconstruction of the Leading Actor and Actress Medleys from the Tommy Tune Awards. Thanks again to [Jason] for the fabulous video editing. You make me look so cute, Jeffy!

Hope this isn’t too boring. Totes 🙂

This picture, to me, is what life is all about.

First off, I’d like to say that Caitlin doesn’t know I’m making this post. But I think she can let it slide just this once.

The Tommy Tunes where last night and as some of you know, It was my first time to ever be apart of the awards as I performed in the Best Leading Actors Medley. It was an experience I will never forget. Performing in front of a group of truly amazing talent and all my peers is something that I still can’t believe even happened. Everyone was such an amazing talent and where all unique in there own ways. I would like to thank the Tommy Tune judges for picking an amazing selection of people to perform in this medley as well as my cast, crew, directors, and parents who gave me the help I needed to reach this pinnacle of my life thus far. Thanks. We melted their faces off guys.

Video of the medley will (hopefully) be uploaded and posted if i can properly capture the footage needed. (Bailey Hanks was the presenter btw) =)