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Visit our photo gallery for the pictures of the hilarious opening night, Thursday April 13th.

April 13 – 29
Music & Arts Community Center
13411 Shire Ln, Fort Myers

Tickets Start at $39!


Watch the video bellow!


Eliette Rogers
Eliette Rogers is a performer living in the Florida panhandle. She graduated from the University of
South Florida with a BA in Theatre Performance and a minor in Videography. This is Eliettes first
time performing with the Gulf Coast Symphony, and she is so excited to be a part of this show! Some
of her credits include touring the U.S with Bright Star Touring Theatre, playing a dancer/combatant in
Unto These Hills, Daniela in In The Heights, Anita in West Side Story, and a Dynamite in HairSpray!
Special thanks to her faith, family, and friends.


Patrece Bloomfield Patrece is excited to make her debut on this stage. When not working on a
production for theater or her craft as an actress in film and TV, you can find her casting spells as
Celestina Warbeck, the “Singing Sorceress” in Diagon Alleyat Universal Studios.


Whitney Grace
Whitney is thrilled to make her Gulf Coast Symphony debut! Recent credits: The Science
of Leaving Omaha (Ruth Ellen) at Palm Beach Drama Works, Cinderella (Gabrielle)
at The Wick Theatre, How to Succeed… at The Maltz Jupiter Theatre, White Guy on the
Bus (Molly) at Gablestage, and The Secret Garden (Martha) at TheatreZone.


Cara Chumbley
Cara was just 10 years old when she had her first opportunity onstage. The ‘bird girl’ (a nickname
that would follow her for years) in a community theater production of ‘Children of Eden’. She flew
that olive branch-carrying dove around the stage, with a fishing pole, and was hooked.

Cara is a Chicago based Actress/Singer/Teaching Artist. She is positive and full of energy. She enjoys
playing ukulele, loving on animals, health and wellness, and bettering herself as a performer!


Natalie Brouwer
Natalie Brouwer graduated from Lee in 2014 with a degree in theatre. Since then, she has attended
grad school, earning her MFA in acting, and gone on to perform for countless regional theatres
throughout the U. S. as a professional actor and singer. “I am so grateful to be making my living as a
performer, and my time at Lee is a big reason why it’s possible,” she said. “Lee prepared me in many
ways, but I specifically learned how to be a more flexible performer and have a “yes, let’s!” attitude.
In a field where I’m usually one of only a few believers, it’s been important for me to elevate my faith
and my art without compromising my faith, and Lee taught me a lot in that regard.”


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