Lisa has worked on and off Broadway for over a decade as a singer-dancer, has performed at Radio City Music Hall with the world-famous Rockettes, starred in numerous national TV commercials, and modeled extensively for Members Only® sportswear and Maindenform®. Her career continued to expand when she completed an MS degree in dance-exercise kinesiology and became the creator and featured host in her own TV exercise show and video series sponsored by Nike®. Lisa has performed at the legendary Apollo Theater and has saluted Sir Paul McCartney with the Asheville Symphony. She continues to create various sold-out music tribute productions, including Broadway and Beyond, The Disco Connection, The Best of Bonnie Raitt, The Best of Taylor-King-Simon, and regularly performs in additional tributes to Fleetwood Mac, The Who, The Traveling Wilburys, and more. However, to this day, Lisa’s greatest achievement remains being a Mom to her daughter, Chelsea.
This sultry songstress/songwriter has graced stages from her Philadelphia hometown and across the globe. Highly regarded in the music community for her vocal dexterity and genuinely arm personality, Carol was born and raised in South Philadelphia, and got her start touring with Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff. She has been featured on records by Anthony Hamilton, Jill Scott, Norman Brown, Kindred The Family Soul and a host of others. Most notably, her distinct vocal delivery can be heard on Musiq’s “Soulstar,” the title track to his multi-platinum album. Carol’s fondness for the Philly International and Motown recordings on which she grew up is reflected in her debut album, Moments Like This.
As lead singer-songwriter for her Nashville-based all-girl band Cowboy Crush on Curb Records, Trenna has toured 35 countries, headlined over 500 shows, and appeared with Huey Lewis, Charlie Daniels, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Trace Adkins, Kellie Pickler, and countless other talents. Most recently, she portrayed Ring of Fire principal June Carter with the Denver Center Theatre Company, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Casa Manana Theater, Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Cabrillo Theater (LA Ovation Award Nominee), Fox Riverside Theatre, Totem Pole Playhouse, St. Louis Repertory Theatre, and Cincinnati Playhouse.
This successful Brooklyn pop singer, songwriter and dancer sang her way through Season 10 of American Idol and Season 3 of The Voice making it to a team member of both Team Adam and Team Christina. Alessandra performed at several New York City events including the 9/11 Tribute Concert in Central Park, Columbus Day Parade, and Tree Lighting ceremonies. She takes pride in showing her support for the New York and New Jersey sports teams. Alessandra has performed the National Anthem at Madison Square Garden and The Continental Arena for the New York Knicks, New York Rangers, New York Liberty and New Jersey Nets.
FRANK DICOPOULOS - "Mr. D"/ Producer
Best known for his 22-year portrayal of Frank Cooper on CBS’ Guiding Light Soap Opera (the longest running actor/character to never leave the series in it’s 72-year history) which also won him the 2006 Naples International Film Award. Frank has enjoyed a very productive, exciting, and diverse career as a creator, producer, and host of many scripted and unscripted shows. He had the distinct honor of hosting “live” the ice skating segment for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade two years in a row! Frank plays the character of “Dean The Dog” in the children’s book series Loukoumi which was narrated by Jennifer Aniston and won the Family Choice, iParenting Media Award, and Mom’s Award. Frank also did a reading for an upcoming Broadway play called Marilee And Baby Lamb written by Tony Award winner Mark Medoff (Children of a Lesser God) fame and recently played talk show host “Mike Douglas” in a movie Chuck which starred Liev Schreiber, Naomi Watts, and Ron Perlman.
ZACH HOLDEN - "Franke"
Holding a BFA in Musical Theatre from Emerson College, Zach is an actor, composer and self-producer in NYC. Most recently, Zach was seen with the Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre as Malcolm in The Full Monty. Some other select credits include: Bobby in Urinetown at The Cutler Majestic Theater, Henrik in A Little Night Music at The College Light
Opera, and Simon in the horror flick/buddy comedy A New Friend.