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SABINA LUERAS is extremely excited to perform with Landmark Musical. Some of her favorite past roles include Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance with Landmark and Luisa in The Fantasticks at the Vortex Theatre. She attends college in New York and is working to earn her BFA degree in musical theatre at Ithaca College.
SADIE TRAPNELL attends Dennis Chavez Elementary School. She played a munchkin in Missoula’s play Wiz of the West and also enjoys singing with Share Gariety’s Young Performing Artists of Albuquerque. Being onstage is a dream come true for Sadie – especially since she gets to join her brother and dad in this show! She has five siblings and loves baking, crafts, and gymnastics. She is her family’s resident treat-hound.
SAGE BELL has been performing on stage with Sandia Prep since the age of 7 in such roles as Young Fiona in Shrek, Mersister in Little Mermaid and Iago in Aladdin. In 2017 she branched out into community theater playing an orphan in Annie and Little Girl in Landmark’s Ragtime. She thanks the amazing staff and talent at Landmark for helping her nurture her passion for the stage and giving her the opportunity to do what she loves.
SAM GLINSMANN recently graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, and made the spontaneous decision to move to Albuquerque to pursue acting. He recently played the role of Kyle the UPS Guy in ALT’s production of Legally Blonde; he’s very excited to be a part of Landmark’s production of A Chorus Line, one of his favorite shows.
SAMANTHA BLAUWKAMP has been performing locally on various stages since 1980, and recently portrayed The Blind Hag/Ghost of Christmas Future in Landmark’s holiday hit show, A Christmas Carol. Playing Berthe, a feisty grandmother, in Pippin is a role she was not only ecstatic to play on stage but is a role she cherishes off stage as Grandma Sam to 18 amazing and wonderful grandchildren. Some of her favorite roles include Phyllis Stone (Follies), Mona (The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas), Nellie Forbush (South Pacific), Sister Mary Hubert (Nunsense), and Arlene McNally (Baby). Thanks Myra and Gary for giving her this fabulous opportunity and Rol for his love and encouragement.
SAMANTHA ROGERS realized her dance passion at age 5. She excels at her goals as she continus her dance education with Marshall Performing Arts, where she shares her extensive training as an instructor of Vaganova Ballet. Her highly ranked local and national competitive titles are numerous; she has experience with the Rockettes and the Cincinnati Ballet. Samantha excels academically and plans to continue her dance career in college.
SAMUEL GUAJARDO is super excited to be doing his first show in nine months! Past shows include Heathers (DVP), Children of Eden (Play Conservatory), Legally Blonde (ALT), and more. He is currently a student at PAPA and president of the theater company, Get In The Fridge Productions. Follow us on social media @getinthefridgepro! Eternal thanks to God and the most amazing family in the world!
SANDRA NEEL spent nine years in Vienna and Budapest in the 60s after receiving her B.A. degree in vocal performance from the Lawrence College-Conservatory of Music. She has spent the last 40 years as a concert and opera singer. For the past 35 years, she has taught voice to all ages at the Bel Canto Studio. 70, Girls, 70 was her first musical theater endeavor and she is thrilled!
SANDY “was originally found wandering around Winrock Mall about 10 years ago. We are fairly sure she was abused as she was frightened of men when she was first rescued. She was sent to a humane society center shelter. During the last production of Annie, by Musical Theater Southwest in 2003, she was rescued and trained for her role as Sandy. At the time my daughter Maggie was playing Duffy and I was Sophie/ Mrs. Pugh/ Perkins in the show. Once the show was over, Sandy was adopted by our family and she has been living in retirement bliss ever since. She is very excited to k returning to the stage after such a long hiatus!” Beth M. Jones
SARA TRAUTH has been performing onstage since she was five in both singing and dancing. She later started musical theater and has been participating in it both at school, and in the community ever since. In her free time, she likes playing piano, doing yoga, and skiing. She joined late in the production process, but is very grateful for the opportunity to be apart of this amazing show.
SARAH MAURICE is delighted to be performing with Landmark Musicals and their wonderful cast and crew. Ragtime was Sarah’s first community theatre production. She has also been in the Sandia Prep productions of The Drowsy Chaperone and Cinderella, Sarah loves musicals and sports. Enjoy the show!
SARAH SAYLES began her musical theater career in college where she played Janet McGregor in South Pacific with the Dona Ana Lyric Opera. Other highlights include aunt Edith in Western New Mexico’s production of Charlotte’s Web and Norma in I’ll Be Home for Christmas. She has acted with the Freedom Community Theater since returning to New Mexico in 2002, including a role in Into the Woods. When not acting or singing, she is the apparel specialist at Western Shooting Horse magazine.
SCARLETT GROVES typically has to watch her three older brothers have all the fun but not this time.. Between her soccer practices, gymnastics and choir lessons she finds plenty of time to just be a happy little girl with a fiery spirit.
SEAN JAHNER performed as one of the Three Spirits in the Santa Fe Opera’s 2010 production of Mozart & The Magic Flute. He returns to Santa Fe this year as Everardo in Verdi’s Griselda. Sean sings with the Albuquerque Boys Choir, loves his iPad and all things Lego.
SEAN MARTINEZ is excited to be a part of Landmark Musicals. Over the past several years, he has performed in many shows across Albuquerque including The King and I, Fiddler on the Roof and Peter Pan. Sean thanks God as well as his family and friends for their endless love and support in his acting endeavors. Enjoy the show!
SHANNON BELL is delighted to be performing with Landmark Musicals. She has performed for over 30 years for various ballet companies including New Mexico Ballet Company and Ballet Repertory Theatre where she also served as ballet mistress. She currently works as a programming manager.
SHARON LUTEN is excited to be a part of her first Landmark show. She has danced and performed in several productions with Musical Theatre Southwest, ACLOA, and The Albuquerque Little Theatre. Favorites include; A Chorus Line, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Hello Dolly, Sweet Charity, and Forum. Sharon works for Del Norte Sports & Wellness as a group fitness coordinator and teaches cycling, body pump, sh’bam, and pilates. She would like to thank her family, and her two dance teachers, Suzanne Johnston and Lana Kroth, for the many great dance lessons, support, and encouragement!
SHAWN MONDRAGON is a two-time Rocky Mountain District barbershop quartet champion and was a gold medal champion at the International Buckeye Invitational. When he is not singing, he can be found on the airs as morning radio personality, “Chaz Malibu”, on BIG 98.5 in Albuquerque. He also owns and operates the popular restaurant, Quesadilla Grille in Old Town, Albuquerque. He sings lead in the Blue Steele quartet.
SHAWN WAYNE KING portrayed John Adams in Landmark Musicals’s 1776. Recent credits include Clifford in the Adobe Theatre’s Deathtrap, The Fantasticks (El Gallo), Sweeney Todd (Judge Turpin), and Company (Peter). He has appeared in Longmire, local commercials and Indie films. Shawn trained at NYU. The New School and Joanne Baron D.W. Brown Studio. Outside interests include graphic design and photo retouching. Shawn is excited to be working again with Landmark Musicals and this talented cast and crew.
SHAYLEE STOCKHAM has danced for 21 years in ballet, jazz, contemporary and more. At 23, she has a bachelor’s degree in contemporary dance from UNM and is currently working toward a master’s in business administration. She is the education coordinator at the National Institute of Flamenco and the middle school dance team coach at Sandia Prep.
SHILOH BOHMAN is a native of Albuquerque. This is her second Landmark production (Annie was her first). In her everyday life she is not a nun, but a mom to three beautiful girls. Currently, she is busy homeschool-ing her daughters and putting in hours at the dance studio. Her likes are spending time with her girls, (slight case of OCD). Shiloh would like to thank her family and friends for all of their support.
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