Senior Showcase

Senior Showcase

Scenes, songs & dance with Theatre TCU’s senior class of 2024!


DFW Showcase
TCU’s PepsiCo Performance Hall
Walsh Performing Arts Center
Tuesday, March 5, 2024
2800 S. University Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76129

Open to the public
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NYC Showcase 
AMT Theatre
Thursday, March 14, 2024
354 W. 45th Street
New York, NY 10036

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Alumni & Senior Cabaret
54 Below
Friday, March 15, 2024

254 W. 54th Street
New York, NY 10019

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QUINT ADAMO is a performer and choreographer from Houston, Texas, and graduates this Spring with a B.A. in Theatre, B.A. in Communications Studies, and a minor in Spanish. Recent TCU credits include: Jesus Christ Superstar (Apostle), Sweet Charity (Swing), and Highway Robbery (Henry). He was also recently seen professionally in Stage West’s Once Upon a Mattress (Swing). Choreography credits include Theatre TCU’s Choreographer’s Stage and TCU Sings: Rihanna as well as Alpha Psi Omega’s Night of Drag: Sin City. When he’s not in rehearsal, he loves watching Astros baseball and food videos on YouTube. Following graduation, he plans to pursue regional theatre in DFW and beyond.




AUDREY BEYERSDORFER is from Belleville, Illinois, and graduates this spring with her B.F.A. in Theatre, emphasis in Musical Theatre. At TCU, Audrey has performed in Sweet Charity (Rosie, Ensemble), The Wild Party (Swing, Dance Captain), and Children of Eden (Featured Dancer) and she is very excited to choreograph Jesus Christ Superstar this spring. Regional credits include: Ensemble in Sound of Music (The Muny), Soloist in The Lost Colony (The Lost Colony, NC), Ensemble in Once Upon a Mattress (Stage West), and Ensemble & Janet u/s & Columbia u/s in The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Lyric Stage Dallas). Post-graduation, she plans to move to NYC to pursue theatre and choreography. She’s also a queer advocate with a commitment to championing feminism and fostering positive body image, aspiring to spread inclusive storytelling to all with the entertainment industry.




GABRIEL COHEN is an actor from Fort Worth, TX, and graduates this spring with his B.F.A. in Acting. His TCU credits include: The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Durdles) and Babette’s Feast (US player #2). His Regional credits include: Kodachrome (EMT 2/US perf. Maker & History Prof.). When he’s not performing, Gabriel loves to indulge his senses in the perfume aisle of any retail store. Upon graduation, Gabriel plans to travel the world furthering his career in acting, directing, voice-over, and producing for stage and screen.





WALTER STEVEN DAGLEY  is an actor from Beaufort, South Carolina, and graduates from TCU this Spring with his B.F.A. in Acting and a Minor in Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship. At TCU, Walter Steven has been involved in My Love is as a Fever (soloist and ensemble), Electra (Guard/Percussionist), Babbette’s Feast (u/s Player 4),  and Jesus Christ Superstar (Bodyguard [upcoming]).  His regional credits include The Riders of the Purple Sage (Franke Erne/Rider/Ensemble) and the original production of Mariposa Skyway (Eddie). Upon graduation, Walter Steven intends to pursue film, television, and theatre full time.




SAVANNAH DECROW is an actress from Highland Village, Texas, who will be graduating this spring with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre and a minor in Sociology. At TCU, Savannah was seen in: Company (Kathy), The Skin of Our Teeth (Sabina), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Beatrice/Drood U.S.), The Melody Lingers On (Principal Woman), Children of Eden (Storyteller), and The Wild Party (Ensemble). Outside of TCU, some of her favorite professional credits include Once Upon A Mattress (Winnifred), Mamma Mia! (Donna), Something Rotten! (Bea), and The Sound of Music (Maria U.S.). Upon graduation, Savannah hopes to travel the world pursuing theatre professionally full-time.





TYLER DORNEY is a senior BFA Acting major from Plano, Texas. At TCU, he has appeared in The Skin of Our Teeth (Fitz) and also appeared in several productions at the Hip Pocket Theatre, including Pinocchio Commedia (Pinocchio), When We Were Very Young (Milne), and Riders of the Purple Sage (Tull). He hopes to pursue film/TV work after graduation.





STEPHANIE EKLOF is an actor from Houston, Texas, who graduates from TCU in December of this year with her BA in Theatre. She is excited to make her professional acting debut in Once in a Lifetime this spring at Stage West.  Alongside acting, she enjoys work in all aspects of film/tv and theatre. Upon graduation, Stephanie plans to stay in the local area performing both on the stage and screen.





ZOE GOLDSTEIN is a San Diego native who is graduating with a B.F.A. in Theatre, emphasis in Musical Theatre. She was recently seen as The Princess Puffer in Theatre TCU’s mainstage production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood. In April, she will perform in Theatre TCU’s spring musical Jesus Christ Superstar as Simon and Judas u/s. TCU credits include: Amy in Company, featured dancer in The Choreographer’s Stage, Sweet Charity as Ensemble, and featured soloist in Wonder Women. Post-graduation, Zoe will be moving to NYC to pursue theatre, commercial work, voice over and tv/film.




OLIVIA HADAD is a New Jersey native who graduates in May 2024 with her B.F.A. in Theatre with an emphasis in Musical Theatre. Some of Olivia’s favorite theatrical credits include Legally Blonde (Vivienne), Grease (Rizzo), Cinderella (Ella), Carrie (Chris), and Beauty and the Beast (Belle). When she’s not at the theatre, you can find Olivia walking her two adorable Australian Shepherds, cooking up some delicious meals, or enjoying time with friends. After graduation, Olivia plans to pursue a career in film, theatre, and modeling. Born in New York City, Olivia is open to coming home – or going on a new adventure.




ERIN HAGGERTY is from Manhasset, New York, and will be graduating this spring with her B.F.A in Acting. At TCU, Erin has appeared in the mainstage production of The Trials (Gabi), The Choreographers Stage (dancer), and the Student Film Such a F*cking Poet (Juniper). Her professional credits include: Annie (John Engeman Theater), A Christmas Story (John Engeman Theater), and Billy Elliot (Gateway Playhouse). Erin has also appeared in TV, films, and national commercials. Upon graduation, Erin plans to move back home to New York and continue performing in both Theatre and Film/TV.




AUSTIN HARPER hails from Austin, Texas and graduates this May with his B.F.A. in Theatre, emphasis in Acting. During his time at TCU, Austin has performed in: The Skin of Our Teeth (Henry), The Trials (Defendant 1), Othello (Cassio), Babette’s Feast (Player 1), I, Sick (The Doctors 4), and My Love Is As a Fever (Sonnet 71). Professionally, Austin has performed in the regional premiere of Kodachrome (Young Man), as well as Ellis Island: The Dream of America (Lazarus Salamon), The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (Father), The Marowitz Hamlet (King/Clown), and has toured the U.S. in the wild-west gunfight stunt show Tumbleweed Crossing (Deputy Leon). Upon graduating, Austin hopes to pursue regional theatre work before moving to New York City to pursue a career in theatre, film, television, and voice-over.




ALANA HARRIS is from Tulsa, Oklahoma and graduates this spring with her B.F.A. in Theatre with an emphasis in Musical Theatre. She thrives in roles that are endearing, funny, and freshly independent. Favorite credits include: The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Deputy), Little Women: The Musical (Amy March), Shrek: The Musical (Ugly Duckling/Duloc Dancer), and Electra (Greek Chorus). While at TCU, Alana’s passion for hip-hop dance took her all the way to South Korea where she was able to learn from some of the top choreographers in the nation while also improving her Korean language skills. Post-graduation, she is excited to move to New York to pursue Theatre and Film and hopes to take her passion for performing all over the world.




MATTIE E. HINCKLEY is a theatre creative from Matt, Georgia, and graduates from TCU with a BFA in Theatre, emphasis Theatre Studies and a certificate in Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship. At TCU, Mattie’s work can be seen in Othello (Ensemble), The Wild Party (Stage Manager), Sweet Charity (Co-Hair and Makeup Design), and more. Her professional credits include Assistant Director for Once Upon a Mattress at Stage West and Sound Design for Kodachrome at Circle Theatre. When she isn’t at the theatre, Mattie can be found indulging in her books while sipping a Dr Pepper or catching up on the recent hits at the movies.




SAM HOWL(he/him or she/her) is an actor from all over Texas, and will graduate with a B.F.A. in Theatre, emphasis in Acting from Texas Christian University! Sam’s favorite recent production was Once Upon a Mattress(ensemble) at Stage West Theatre. Here at TCU, Sam was involved in Sweet Charity (Ensemble), Wild Party (Swing), and The Mystery of Edwin Drood (U/S Durdles). Sam is also a member of The Link Program, class six, for TV/Film. In his spare time, Sam enjoys performing in drag as Sterling Silver and any sort of competition. Upon graduation, Sam plans to move to New York City as soon as possible and spread her joy to the rest of the world!




AARON M. JOHNSON is an actor, writer, and director that hails from Greenville, SC. He is a graduating with a B.F.A  in Acting from Texas Christian University. At TCU, Aaron has played many roles most notably: Othello (Othello), Wild Party (Black Understudy), The Skin Of Our Teeth (Geroge Antrobus), Sweet Chairty (Daddy Brubeck), and Babbetes Feast (Player 4) to name a few. Professionally, Aaron has been seen in Imprint Theatre’s The Bridge (Malik) and the Fort Worth Opera’s production of The Tragedy of Carmen (Garcia). Aaron has also toured the US performing with the “Gunfighters” Tumbleweed Crossing Stunt Show (Marshal Luke Stephens). In his spare time,  Aaron enjoys outwitting his enemies in videogames and scouring for beats to write rhymes to. After graduation Aaron plans to move to NYC and continue pursing theatre, TV, and film.




CAROLINE KELLAM is from Frisco, Texas, and graduates in the Spring with her B.F.A. in Musical Theatre and B.S. in Journalism. At TCU, Caroline has been involved in: Company (Ensemble, U/S Sarah, Jenny, and Kathy), Children of Eden (Storyteller), and Babette’s Feast (Phillipa U/S). Other credits include: West Side Story (Maria), Sister Act (Mary Robert), Cinderella (Cinderella), and Peter Pan (Wendy). When she’s not performing, Caroline can be found reporting and anchoring the news, walking her dogs, and listening to Taylor Swift.





CADEN LARGE is a native Texan and graduates this spring with his B.F.A. in Theatre, emphasis in Musical Theatre.  At TCU, Caden’s credits include: (upcoming) Jesus Christ Superstar (Pilate), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Reverend Crisparkle), Sweet Charity (Oscar Lindquist), Children of Eden (Ham), and Company (Robert u/s, Ensemble), His regional credits include Jersey Boys (Norm Waxman, Tommy DeVito u/s) with Casa Mañana Theatre, and Once Upon a Mattress (Sir Harry) with Stage West Theatre.  Caden loves all things music-related, so when he’s not acting on stage, he’s performing with his band or interviewing local artists on his late-night radio show at KTCU. His plans are to pursue a career in theatre, voice-over and TV/Film while moving to New York this fall.




SAM MAJORS is an actor from Portland, Oregon who graduates with his B.F.A. in Musical Theatre and a B.A. in Mathematics in May 2024. Some of his recent theatrical credits include Jesus Christ Superstar (King Herod), Once Upon A Mattress (Minstrel), In Pieces (Charlie), and Mystery of Edwin Drood (Bazzard). When not in the theatre, you can find Sam making way too many to do lists and reading the most popular middle school fantasy novels. After graduation, Sam plans to pursue a career in theatre and is planning on heading to NYC this summer!




ELISE MENDOZA is an actor-singer from all over, literally: Florida, Kansas, Hawaii, Japan, and more. She graduates this spring with a B.F.A in Theatre, emphasis in Musical Theatre. Her Theatre TCU credits include: Jesus Christ Superstar (Mary Magdalene), Company (Sarah), Babette’s Feast (Phillipa), The Wolves (Soccer Mom), The Trials ( Defendent 3 u/s), and Children of Eden (Ensemble). Additional credits include Cinderella (Gabrielle) and Cabaret (Texas). She also is a LINK Class 6 alum with an emphasis in TV/Film. Elise plans to move to New York as soon as she can with hopes to expand her career in Tv/Film, theatre, and pursue a voiceover career.




HAYLEY MEYER is a mental health advocate and passionate performer. I love all things artistic, and believe in the therapeutic power of the theatre. Catharsis is a powerful tool that I love to share with others through powerful storytelling. I believe theatre is a place of healing and growth, it is the heart of culture, and for that, I have committed my life to it. When I’m not on the stage playing roles such as Frank N. Furter or Judas, you can find me in the mountains hiking, camping, and exploring. Take care and I wish you peace, love, and healing.




GRACE MOORE is a musical theatre performer born and raised in Dallas, Texas and graduating this spring with her B.F.A. in Theatre, emphasis in Musical Theatre. Her regional credits include: Carrie (Sue Snell) and Descendants (u/s Mal) at Casa Mañana; A Little Night Music (Fredrika Armfeldt) at Theatre Three; and The Professional Premiere of A Ghost Tale for Charles Dickens (Annie) at Dallas Children’s Theater. At TCU, Grace was proud to be a part of multiple mainstage musicals including Jesus Christ Superstar (Peter) and Sweet Charity (Ensemble u/s Nikkie) as well as serving on the Executive Board for TCU’s Alpha Psi Omega chapter for 3 years combining her love for philanthropy with her type-A flair. After graduation, Grace plans to move to NYC to pursue a career in Musical Theatre




ALEXA MARIE MORGAN is a Lenexa, Kansas native who graduates this spring with a B.F.A. in Theatre, emphasis in Acting. This past winter break, she had the privilege to be a part of the LINK Program Class 6 TV/Film track where she spent two weeks in Norwalk, CT & NYC training with some of the industry’s best. Alexa’s TCU credits include: Jesus Christ Superstar (Jesus), Othello (Desdemona), Sweet Charity (Ensemble), The Things We Forget (Lexie Rossin), and Wonder Women (soloist). Regional credits include: The Little Mermaid (Ariel), Into the Woods (Cinderella), Cinderella (U/S Ella), and Cabaret (Swing). Post-graduation, Alexa plans to move to NYC to pursue her dreams in film/tv and theatre.




JOHANNA QUIGLEY is a Prairie Village, Kansas native who graduates this spring with a B.F.A. in Theatre, emphasis in Acting. Recently, she was selected to be a part of Prague Shakespeare Company’s Summer Intensive, which she spent surrounded by some of the most renowned Shakespearean actors. Her TCU credits include: The Skin Of Our Teeth (Mrs. Antrobus) and The Trials (Defendant Three). Some recent regional theatre credits include: As You Like It (Celia), Kodachrome (U/S Photographer) and Electra (Ensemble). Following graduation, she plans to pursue Film/TV and theatre, whilst building her crochet and music arrangement businesses.




BRADY RABOIN is from Houston, Texas and graduates this spring with his B.F.A in Musical Theatre. Some shows Brady has been involved with at TCU include The Mystery of Edwin Drood (John Jasper), Babette’s Feast (Achille Papin/Player 3), Sweet Charity (Cop/Daddy’s Assistant), and Jesus Christ Superstar (Apostle). Brady’s professional credits include: Grease (Kenickie), Legally Blonde (Kyle B. O’boyle), Bright Star (Daryl), The Addams Family (Caveman Ancestor). When not performing, Brady enjoys staying fit, and helping others reach their fitness goals. He also enjoys cheffing it up in the kitchen from time to time to make his favorite dish, steak and garlic mashed potatoes.




JOSEPH ROEL is about to graduate with a B.F.A. in Acting. While at Texas Christian University, he’s been involved in productions like My Love is as a Fever, Othello, and Babette’s Feast. In his spare time, he writes comedic shorts, plays, and stand-up comedy, and is a member of the Senseless Acts of Comedy Improv Troupe at TCU.





SPENCER SLOAN is from Dallas, Texas, and graduates this spring with his B.F.A. in Theatre, emphasis in Acting. At TCU, Spencer has been involved in: Othello (Iago), The Trials (Tomaz), The Things We Forget (Pete), and Pippin (Theo). His regional credits include: Les Miserables (Dallas Theatre Center), and Camelot (Lyric Stage). When he’s not performing, Spencer loves to participate in his many hobbies, of which his current favorites are sports analysis and improv comedy. Spencer plans to travel the world performing both on the stage and screen.




ALANNA STERN is an actress from Dallas, Texas who will be graduating this spring with a B.F.A in Acting and a specialization in Arts Leadership and Entrepreneurship. Her Theatre TCU credits include Othello (Emilia), Babette’s Feast (Babette US), My Love is as a Fever (Sonneteer), and student film The Violent Vanguard (Cassandra). Her recent credits include Kodachrome (Waitress) and Electra (Chorus). When she’s not performing, Alanna loves cinematography and thrifting! Post-graduation, she will be acting and directing for TV/Film and Theatre.




MADDIE SUTTLES is from Houston, Texas, and graduates this spring with her B.F.A in Acting. Some of her TCU credits include: Othello (US Emelia & Ensemble), Babette’s Feast (Player 6), How the Other Half Loves (US Mary), and Electra (Ensemble). Her regional credits include: Artemisia (Artemisia/Prudenzia Figlia) and Working (Ensemble). When she’s not performing, Maddie loves cuddling up with a good book and listening to all true-crime podcasts (she even hosts her very own)!





ANNIE VAUGHAN is from Plano, Texas, and graduates this spring with a B.F.A in Theatre, emphasis in Acting. Her TCU credits include: Bard to Broadway (Ensemble), Babette’s Feast (Martine u/s), Electra (Stage Manager), and The Suppliants (Chorus) at the International Youth Greek Theatre Festival in Sicily. Regionally, she has been involved in The Sound of Music (Ensemble, Maria u/s), as well as Elektra (Servant, Retinue) with The Dallas Opera. She also works as a dresser with IATSE Local 803 for a variety of performances, including the Broadway tours of Pretty Woman and The Prom. In her free time, Annie enjoys sewing her own clothes, listening to jazz, and playing Dungeons and Dragons.




CARI ROSE WALTON is from Waukee, Iowa, and graduates this spring with her B.F.A. in Theatre, with an emphasis in Musical Theatre. At TCU, Cari Rose was in Sweet Charity (Charity Hope Valentine), Jesus Christ Superstar (Ensemble/Assistant Choreographer/Dance Captain), Once Upon a Mattress (Princess #12/ Dance Captain), Company (Tik Tock Dancer/ US April), The Wild Party (Ensemble/ US Mae), and Children of Eden (Dancer). Her Regional credits include: Alice in Wonderland (Alice), Titanic (Mrs. Astor/ US Kate Murphy), 9 to 5 (Ensemble), and Rapunzel (Destiny/ Queen Isabella) with Maine State Theatre, A Funny Thing…Forum (Gymnasia), Mama Mia (ensemble) with Lyric Stage, and Grand Carnival (Polka dancer/ Stilt Walker) at Valley Fair. She seeks theatre experiences that push her to improve her craft. That may be in NYC, aboard a cruise ship, or wherever her chances may lead her. She loves shopping, pilates, Improv comedy with TCU’s Senseless Acts of Comedy, dancing, and spending time with her dear friends. She will live “Hopefully Ever After”.




TRISTAN WESTMORELAND is from Tyler, Texas, and will be graduating this spring with his BFA in Theatre, emphasis in Musical Theatre. At TCU, he’s been involved in: Company (Harry) and The Melody Lingers On (Ensemble).  He’s also been extra active working behind the stage as part of our strong and dedicated props and stage management crew.  Whenever not performing, Tristan enjoys cooking a wide variety of meals, for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and desert.  His current personal favorite dish to prepare (at the moment) is Pasta alla Norcina, a deliciously savory pasta dish made with mushrooms, Romano cheese sauce, kale and spicy ground sausage.  Whether in the kitchen, or waiting backstage, he is always eager to hear a new and exciting recipe to attempt, perfect, and share!




IZZIE YOTHER is an actor from Grand Prairie, Texas. She will be graduating this May from TCU with her BFA in Theatre, emphasis in Acting. Some of her favorite TCU credits include co-pros Kodachrome (The Young Woman) at Circle Theatre and Electra (Woman of Argos) at Hip Pocket Theatre, as well as  Jesus Christ Superstar (Ensemble) at TCU. When she’s not performing, Izzie enjoys writing songs on her guitar as well as reading books and watching new movies with friends. Upon graduation, Izzie plans to move to New York to pursue a career in TV, film, and stage work.