Steph is thrilled to bring back Let's All Drink and Do Broadway for a second season. 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. Most importantly, she would like to thank Robin Carlson and Maitri Marketing for being crazy enough to fund our second season. 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’s first name translates from Hawaiian to English as “cool breeze over the mountains”. She first gained attention for her performance in River's Edge, while the comedy Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure brought her major recognition. Though Carson would often face criticism for her deadpan delivery and perceived limited range as an actor, she nonetheless has built an ecclectic repertoire of roles in a variety of genres, doing everything from introspective art-house fare like My Own Private Idaho to action-packed thrillers like Speed and The Matrix. Carson made her directorial debut in 2013 with Man of Tai Chi. Her artistic aspirations not limited to film, Carson co-founded the band Dogstar in the early 1990s. Dogstar enjoyed modest success, releasing two albums during Carson's decade-long run as its bass player. She later played bass for a band called Becky for about a year.

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.

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.

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!

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.

As a fan of moscato and musicals, Sam Harrison is so excited to be a returning cast member of LADADB! A California native, Sam moved to Seattle to pursue Broadway theatre and drink copious amounts of coffee. Freshly caffeinated and slightly tipsy, this will be Sam's first show in Seattle outside of her Drag King impersonations of various characters such as Mr. Rogers and Sebastian the Crab. Sam would like to extend a toast to all of her supportive drinking buddies and her baby who's sweeter than wine, Pemberley. Cheers!

Chris Kouldukis graduated from the University of Washington with his Bachelors of Music in the spring of 2016. He participated in many different performances with the UW opera workshop, singing various roles from operas such as Die Fledermaus, Gianni Schicchi, Amahl and the Night Givers, and more. Chris also sang many productions with Pacific Musicworks, working closely with world renowned conductor and lutenist, Stephen Stubbs. Along with his classical studies, Chris gigs regularly around Seattle with indie rock projects such as The Daisy Strains and Pillow Junky. He also teaches voice lessons in the greater Seattle area.

Leah is a returning LADADB cast member and is so excited to be performing and drinking with this fabulous group of people! She performed in musicals from age 10 through her undergrad degree at Wesleyan University. These days she can be found singing in the Seattle Ladies Choir and making up songs for her dog. She spends most of her energy working on her PhD in clinical psychology at UW. And yes, she is psychoanalyzing you from the stage, so drink up! Thank you Steph and Carson for the opportunity, the cast and crew, my family and framily, and especially Nick for your support.

Hey! Thanks for coming! I hope you have a nice time, and drink an appropriate amount. I'm from MN, live here in the sumer, and do neat stuff like this when I can. Let's have fun together getting through this thing we call life! Check out my Tinder profile at for costumed bookings and events. Love always to the fam.


Zack is elated to be making his LADADB debut 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. 

Nic Morden is a founding company member of the Horse in Motion and has been onstage with them in Wellesley Girl, …And Hilarity Ensues…, BrechtFest and Attempts on Her Life. Nic was also recently onstage at Annex Theatre in Over/Under and Puny Humans and co-starred in the horror film, Dead Body. He is a graduate from the University of Washington.


Claire is 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.

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!


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.