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! www.juliabeers.net

Mikey is ecstatic to be a returning LADADB cast member, where two of his joys come together: booze and singing. Born and raised in Seattle, where his love of doing fun things on stage came to fruition. Initially, he started out as a hip-hop dancer performing with some local groups. Eventually, a dancer friend mentioned to him to take a stab at musical theatre; and the rest is history. Some of his past favorite roles were: Padamadan in Legally Blonde (SMT), Caleb Pontipee in Seven Brides (Lyric Light), Carbucketty in Cats (TMP), Snail in A Year with Frog and Toad (TMP) Gangster 1 in The Drowsy Chaperone, and Judah in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (5th Ave). He would like to thank Steph and Carson for providing him this chance to get back on stage and act a fool and perform. There was a reason you guys came into Rock Box that night. Also, thanks and cheers to my LADADB cast-mates! Let's do this! And lastly, thanks to my family, friends, and my Rock Box fam.

Candice is ecstatic to be joining this very talented cast and combining two of her favorite things...broadway and drinking! She was a recent graduate of the University of Washington and transfer student from the University of Hartford, Connecticut- The Hartt School of Dance, Theatre and Acting. Candice is very excited to have graduated with a BA in Musical Theatre and Minor in Education, Learning, and Society in 2017 from UW. She has been in many shows since the age of 7, including: 'Dauna Panch' in UW Musical Theatre's production of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" , 'Audrey' in “Little Shop of Horrors”, 'Cassie" in “A Chorus Line”, 'Miss. Dorothy' in “Thoroughly Modern Millie” and ‘Woman’ in “Spring Awakening”. With the wonderful day job of teaching the arts to children from the age of 2-10, she cannot wait for the fun filled drunk nights to come. “When life gives you lemons…. MAKE MARGARITAS!”

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).

A returning LADADB member, Jessie has found her happy place; an avenue to celebrate her love of both Broadway and booze. Fresh from the East Coast, Jessie was recently seen in Twelfth Night Productions' Shrek the Musical (Fiona) and First Date the Musical (Lauren/Google Girl). She enjoys the colorful day job of teaching cultural arts to preschool and elementary age kiddos. Cheers!

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.

Zack is elated to be a returning LADADB member and performing once again with this group of beautiful drunkards. A Washington native, and passionate tequila consumer, Zack recently graduated from the Cornish College of the Arts with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Since then, he has both worked and drank around Seattle. Recent credits include; Shrek (Twelfth Night Productions), Welcome to Braggsville (Book-it Rep), Red Riding Hood and the Ring of Fire (Centerstage), Bonnie & Clyde (Studio 18), and American Idiot (ArtsWest). Much love fam, I hope that your evening is sufficiently lit.

You may remember her singing about her freshman woes with Vodka in Season 1 of LADADB and you may have missed her during Season 2 because she was still recovering from all the alcohol consumed during the first season. Now she's fueled up on her electrolytes and is back and ready for round 3! Up next, you can catch her in the Ensemble of THE PRODUCERS with Seattle Musical Theatre! Favorite credits include: Frau Blücher in Young Frankenstein (Bigfork Summer Playhouse), Miss Hannigan in Annie (Bigfork Summer Playhouse), and Who Could Ask for Anything More: An Evening of George and Ira Gershwin at Joe’s Pub in NYC, under the direction of two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster and Broadway music director Michael Rafter.

Claire is a returning LADADB member, a Seattle native, and a devotee of margaritas, which was the only thing that got her through living in SoCal to get her BFA in Acting. Since moving back to Seattle she has been performing at various theaters in the area, teaching children, and attempting to pay rent while also paying for basic necessities like beer and concert tickets. Claire is stoked to be drinking and performing alongside all these hilarious and talented people. Thanks to my stellar friends for supporting me. You know who you are. Otherwise you wouldn't be reading this.