Steph is thrilled to bring back Let's All Drink and Do Broadway for a third season. Her liver and pancreas are really hanging in there. Recent credits include: Loud Alto 2 in The Seattle Ladies Choir, Drunk Girl You've Seen Singing Karaoke in Various Bars Around Seattle, Mom in My House, Wife to My Husband, and Smart Ass #1 in Your Life. When she is not busy making up "alternative credits", she is happily working as a Nurse Practitioner with a focus in Primary Care and Women's Health and sometimes doing other plays when people are kind enough to cast her, including the upcoming inaugural production of Midnight Rice's The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up by Carla Ching. Endless love and thanks her husband, her family and friends, the best cast in the world, and Carson for coming along for the ride even though I totally forced her into the car.

Carson was born in San Luis Obispo, California, and later moved to Arroyo Grande, California.  She has described her upbringing as a "normal childhood" in a middle-class family. Her surname is an Ashkenazi Jewish surname taken from a Biblical place name. Carson has described herself as Jewish; though she was raised in an agnostic household and did not practice religion as a child. Carson has said that she would "flip out" if she got a "B" and not an "A" in school, as well as that she was a class clown. Her father encouraged her to begin acting when she was eleven years old. Carson graduated from Arroyo Grande High School in 2006 and was then accepted into the University of Southern California, but has deferred her enrollment to work on film projects. She rose to prominence in the late 2000s for her leading role in the High School Musical franchise (2006–2008). During this time, she also starred in the musical film Hairspray (2007) and the comedy film 17 Again (2009). She has since appeared in films like New Year's Eve (2011), The Lucky One(2012), Neighbors (2014), Dirty Grandpa (2016), Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016), and Baywatch (2017).

Emily has been playing the piano since age seven. She holds a bachelor of music degree in piano performance from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. She is co-music director and pianist at Faith United Methodist Church in Issaquah and is accompanist for Seattle Ladies Choir. For the past 15 years, she has regularly played for shows at Youth Theater Northwest on Mercer Island, as well as many theater productions in the greater Seattle area.


Julia is a returning LADADB cast member. A Seattle actor and singer for over 10 years, Julia has appeared with Inverse Opera, ReAct Theatre, SecondStory Repertory, Balagan Theatre, Seattle Musical Theatre, GreenStage, Unexpected Productions, and more. Offstage, you can find Julia working as a voiceover artist and as the owner of Dropped Aitch Productions, a boutique digital marketing firm. Thanks to Steph for the chance to sing with these charmers!

Carolyn is probably LADADB's biggest fan, so in lieu of buying a foam finger, she decided to be our Stage Manager. She is originally from Los Angeles, has since migrated north to Seattle by way of San Francisco. She also is not great at writing bios. When she is not lawyering or stage managering she is usually hanging with her dog, singing with the Seattle Ladies Choir, or quoting comedy television. She is very excited to assist this fantastic cast, and prefers to do it with a drink in her hand.

As a long-time fan of both musical theatre and alcohol, Becca feels right at home with the LADADB team. After obtaining a degree in technical theatre, Becca was scooped up by The Magic of David Copperfield, where she toured for 5 years as an illusion specialist, creative associate, and personal executive assistant to Mr. Copperfield. She then joined forces with Mills Entertainment to help launch Spank! The 50 Shades Parody as tour manager/assistant stage manager, before realizing that living out of a suitcase was the worst. Happy now with a 9 to 5 and an apartment of her own, Becca is finally well rested, and eager to manage the crowds at LADADB.