SOLOISTS - in alphabetical order
(Supervising Producer, Vocal Contractor, Choral Director)

Christina's Broadway career is extensive, having starred as Kathy Seldon in Singin' in the Rain (cast recording), Maggie in A Chorus Line, Shoo Shoo in Sophisticated Ladies, Rosa Bud and Edwin Drood in Drood and Zaneeta in The Music Man. 

A true triple threat, audiences throughout the world have been thrilled by her leading performances in My Fair Lady, Showboat, South Pacific, Phantom, White Christmas, Jesus Christ Superstar, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Sunday in the Park with George, Damn Yankees!, Sound of Music, Pajama Game, She Loves Me, Street Scene, Grease, Company, My One and Only, Chess, Aspects of Love, Me and My Girl, I Do I Do...and the list goes on.

Her concert work includes a multitude of styles ranging from engagements as the lead chanteuse for Herbie Hancock to soloist with various national symphony orchestras and the Duke Ellington Orchestra as well opening for Don Rickles with her own show at Las Vegas' Stardust.

She has provided animated voices for Disney's Aladdin, Mulan, Magic Flute, 102 Dalmatians, A Bug's Life, Armageddon, Pocahontas II, Hunchback II and Lady and the Tramp II and is heard on Enchanted, Cinderella , Galaxy Quest, Polar Express, Christmas with the Kranks, The Lorax and The Santa Clause II.  Her solo CD entitled Temporary Insanity is available at

Christina a Founding Board member of Retinoblastoma International (, an active member of SGI-USA and ICAP.  She is a private vocal teacher/coach/vocal contractor in Los Angeles.

DAVID BURNHAM was last seen on Broadway in the mega-hit musical, Wicked, playing Fiyero, a role that he originated in the developmental workshops of the show. He is an original Broadway cast member of the musical The Light In The Piazza, performing both on the Tony Awards and the PBS telecast Live From Lincoln Center. He is the recipient of the prestigious "Helen Hayes Award" for Best Actor as well as the Best Actor "Garland Award" for his portrayal of Fabrizio in the national tour of The Light In the Piazza.

David first gained critical acclaim when, after a two year search, he was chosen to replace Donny Osmond as Joseph in the national tour of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Dramalogue Award). He toured nationally in another Andrew Lloyd Webber blockbuster playing Peter in Jesus Christ Superstar. Last year in NYC, he starred in the new Off-Broadway show The Best Is Yet to Come - The Music Of Cy Coleman. He was the voice of the Prince in the Warner Bros. animated feature The King And I and can be heard on the soundtracks to Ghepetto and Home On The Range.

David performs with symphonies all over the country and his solo concert has been seen in the United States, Canada and Europe. He has recorded two solo albums, his self-titled CD and One Day. David works extensively with kids through vocal and acting workshops and hosts a summer program for young artists called "Camp Sing."

DAVID ENGEL is a six-time recipient of the LA Stage Alliance Ovation Award.  He is most noted for creating the role of Smudge in the original New York production of Forever Plaid and its holiday follow-up Plaid Tidings.  You can watch David and his fellow original Plaids in Forever Plaid: The Movie on DVD and on Netflix Streaming!  

Mr. Engel has appeared on Broadway in Putting It Together, Seussical: The Musical and in the original Broadway production of La Cage Aux Folles.  Other shows in which David has starred in are The Producers, Crazy For You, Singin' In The Rain, Kiss Me Kate, Never Gonna Dance, White Christmas and The Full Monty

In addition, Mr. Engel shared an on-screen romance with RuPaul in the award winning musical short film Zombie Prom.  He is a proud longtime member of Actors Equity Association, the union of professional stage actors.

KIM HUBER starred on Broadway as "Belle" in Disney's Beauty and the Beast, a role she also originated on the National Tour. Also on Broadway, she performed the role of "Betty Schaeffer" in the Original Company of Sunset Boulevard with Glenn Close and originated the role of "Grace Parker" in Marie Christine at Lincoln Center (starring Audra McDonald). Her Portrayal of "Nellie Collins" in the Floyd Collins National Tour earned her nominations for both the Jeff Award (Chicago) and Barrymore Award (Philadelphia) for Best Supporting Actress.

Other Credits include "Marguerite" in the California regional premieres of The Scarlet Pimpernel (Performance Riverside and Music Theatre West), "Florence" in Chess (Alliance Theatre), Martha Jefferson in 1776 (5th Avenue Theatre), "Meg" in Brigadoon (Ovation Nomination- Best Musical), "Jennifer" in Paint Your Wagon, "Cinderella" in Into The Woods and originated the role of "Connie" in Good News! for its World Premiere and Cast Album. (All at Music Theatre of Wichita.)

DAMON KIRSCHE appears on stage and in-concert across the country. Recent theatrical roles include A Passing Wind (Pujol)—Kimmel Center, Philadelphia (Barrymore Award nomination); Oklahoma! (Curly)—South Bay; An Italian Straw Hat, premiere (Émile/Nisnardi) and A Little Night Music (Carl Magnus)—South Coast Repertory; Little Shop of Horrors (Orin, others) Cabrillo Music Theatre; 9-to-5 (Hart); Camelot (Arthur) and My Fair Lady (Higgins)—Music Theatre of Wichita; Man of La Mancha (Carasco); 1776 (Lyman Hall) and Annie (Bert Healy)—Music Theatre West.

Concert appearances include the Kennedy Center, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Carnegie Hall, Weill Hall, 92nd St Y, Lincoln Center, Berliner Dom, California Philharmonic, numerous appearances with LA's Reprise and NY's Encores series and over a dozen staged readings with LA's Musical Theatre Guild. Damon sings and records with vintage swing orchestra "Dean Mora and his Orchestra." On screen: "Gods and Generals" (Harry McCarthy) and "Star Trek: Voyager" (debuting the Nuu'bari race). Training: Juilliard. 

JENNIFER SHELTON has had the pleasure of touring the country with the 1st National Company of Ragtime (Livent Inc.) and performing with such companies as The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra/LA Philharmonic, CLO of South Bay Cities, Laguna Playhouse, McCoy Rigby and Sacramento's Music Circus.  She's also a frequent headliner of The Carpenter Center, Long Beach Symphony Orchestra and Pacific Southwest Symphony. 

Favorite credits include:  The All Night Strut and Jacques Brel is Alive ...  for The Colony; Songs for a New World, Five Course Love, The Story (Yvonne), Honk! (Maureen/Queenie) and Swinging on a Star for International City Theatre; Fanny (Fanny), One Touch of Venus (Venus), Kiss of the Spider Woman (Spider Woman), It's a Bird … Superman! (Lois Lane), As Thousands Cheer and Do Re Mi (Tilda) for Musical Theatre Guild; The Baby Dance (Rachel), And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little (Ceil) and A Raisin in the Sun (Ruth) for CCAP; Man of La Mancha (Aldonza) for the Rubicon; Into the Woods (Cinderella) for Lamb's Players; Disney's Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Ragtime (Sarah) and Hello, Dolly! (Irene Molloy) for Moonlight Amphitheater; Hot Mikado (Yum-Yum) and World Goes 'Round for Musical Theatre West; Rosemary in How to Succeed… for Starlight; and Sarah in Guys and Dolls.  

Jennifer is a proud member of Actors Equity Association and Musical Theatre Guild.

SEAN SMITH's stage credits include Ovation and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards for Anatoly in the LA premiere of Chess; creating 10 different roles in the original La Jolla Playhouse production of Jersey Boys; the full 4-1/2 year run of the original LA production of The Phantom Of The Opera; Jon in the world premiere of Moscow; Mick Ross in the LA premiere of Breaking The Code; the title role in numerous productions of the Yeston/Kopit Phantom; Javert in Les Misérables; as well as original workshops and demos for such future Broadway/Off-Broadway productions as Jane Eyre, Brooklyn, Masada, and Poet's Garden.

In addition to scores of commercials, his television credits include House, Modern Family, Luck, iCarly, CSI, The West Wing, Justified, Desperate Housewives and so many others. Films include The Bourne Supremacy, Transformers, Spanglish, Something's Gotta Give, Not Another Teen Movie and many others.

Politically active since 1992, he is a proud Union Member since 1988.
"A conservative is a man with two perfectly good legs who, however, has never learned how to walk forward."
"It is an unfortunate human failing that a full pocketbook often groans more loudly than an empty stomach."
"Here is my principle: Taxes shall be levied according to ability to pay. That is the only American principle."
"If I went to work in a factory the first thing I'd do is join a union."

— Franklin D. Roosevelt

CHORUS - in alphabetical order

EMMA ASHFORD is so excited to be performing with this talented group of singers. Emma is 15 and has sung on such films as Valentine's Day, The Three Stooges and Seven Pounds as well as albums with Josh Groban and Train. On television, she has sung on The Simpsons, House and Monk.

On stage she played Marta in The Sound of Music at The Hollywood Bowl, danced in La Boheme with LA Opera and sung with the US Continental Army Band. Emma recently starred as Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Worker at her school. She studies ballet, jazz and tap as well as voice and will be attending LACHSA this Fall.

MATTHEW ASHFORD is perhaps best known for his work on the daytime drama Days of Our Lives as Jack Devereaux, as a host of other daytime and primetime programming and as a writer and producer of independent films and stage work

Less known is his behind the scenes work as an advocate for children and parents dealing with infant eye cancer ( and as a member of the Society for the Creation of Value- SGI-USA, an American Buddhist organization dedicated to world peace through culture, education, dialogue and the chanting of Nam Myoho Renge Kyo.

TAKAKO GREGG was thrilled to be part of such a great experience with all these amazing performers. She was born and raised in Los Angeles where she began to develop her passion for singing, dancing and acting. Takako has performed in various productions including A Chorus Line as Sheila, Pippin, Hairspray, This is a Test, Cinderella and West Side Story as Anita.

Along with various theatrical performance experiences she has been involved in numerous vocal ensembles at her school. She has performed with Alice Cooper on The Tonight Show as a result of those experiences. Now at age 18 she plans to focus on furthering her music education in college. She wishes to thank everyone who has helped her grow and see her through life's struggles.

MASON KEANE (19) has been singing and performing for over 10 years and currently attends UC Santa Cruz as a Music Major with a focus in voice.  He is thrilled to have worked on this project with so many talented & passionate individuals all working for the greater good.

PAULA NICHOLS KEANE has been performing in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. From television to film, stage to records, nothing has been more important than singing on this project. So much is at stake in our country today and being a wife and mother of three makes it even more personal.

For the past 10 years she has directed young children in an after school enrichment program for the performing arts in the Los Angeles public school district. She says it's amazing how hungry our youth is for creative expression and the arts. This is just one of the many things at risk in our country. Thank you for this opportunity to use my voice to get the message out…One Term More!!!

WILLIAM MARTINEZ is currently in Branson, MO performing Thank You For the Music, A Modern Tribute to ABBA.  Other productions include: Big River (Mark Taper Forum, Deaf West), Sweeney Todd (Gold Coast), Forever Plaid (Centennial Dinner Theatre) and many more.  He is a proud member of Musical Theatre Guild and of Actors Equity.  

He received his BA in Musical Theatre from the University of Northern Colorado.  William is very honored to vocally represent his thoughts and feelings about the upcoming election with this amazing project.  He is very grateful to his incredible father for teaching him to love instead of hate, to understand instead of ignore and to embrace diversity with respect.  Obama 2012.

ALI B OLMO is originally from Havana, Cuba. This singer-songwriter's music has been heard on radio, television, film and theatre. Ali received a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Original Song on NBC's soap opera, Passions. She co-wrote the theme of Disney's TV cartoon, Lilo & Stitch, The Series and the end title song for Stitch, The Movie, "Aloha, E Komo Mai". Among other music credits are DreamWorks' The Road To El Dorado with Elton John, Thunderheart with Val Kilmer, Out For Justice with Steven Segal, Friends & Lovers with Robert Downey Jr. and several movies of the week and television shows.

Ali won 1st place in the Latin category of Billboard's 7th Annual Song Competition for her bilingual song, "I'll Get Over You/Yo Te Olvidaré." She is also a featured vocalist and guitarist with the Philadelphia Orchestra at Disney's American Adventure in Epcot Center and Greatest Moments With Lincoln at Disneyland.

An accomplished studio singer, Ali has sung on numerous albums by Latin artists like Chayanne and Roberto Carlos, as well as on many radio and television commercials, including Coca-Cola Classic, Toyota and McDonald's. Her unique vocal style and ability to write in both English & Spanish have led to writing Spanish lyrics for songs by Diane Warren, Amanda McBroom ("The Rose") and Tom Snow. She also adapted Radio City Music Hall's Christmas Spectacular for Mexico City audiences. One of Ali's most exciting musical experiences was performing a world premiere of her Christmas song, "A Ver, A Ver Al Niño Jesus" (Los Tres Reyes Magos) with the Inland Empire Philharmonic. The music has been performed by various church choirs throughout the greater Los Angeles area.

FLORA RUBENHOLD received a fine arts degree from Rutgers University.  After exploring the arts in New York, she migrated to California where she had several art exhibits of her skyscapes.  When her interests turned to music and singing she joined the Celestial Opera Company and participated in their productions.  

Being a relative newcomer to acting, she has been in productions of The Cemetery Club, The Good Doctor, several children's theatre productions as well as numerous theatrical showcases.  Favorite roles are Jewish mothers, Italian girlfriends, German grandmothers, evil fairies and alcoholic singers.  As a practicing Buddhist, she believes deeply in working hard at and sharing the process of "being the change I wish to see."

BUBBA DEAN RAMBO's Broadway credits include Cats, Woman Of The Year, Hello, Dolly!, The Magic Show, They're Playing Our Song (National Tour), Sophisticated Ladies (National Tour) and Sugar Babies (National Tour).

Film:  The Muppet Movie, Four Christmases, 13 Going on 30, Out To Sea, Austin Powers, Goldmember, Country Bears, The Majestic, Junior, Barton Fink, Zelig and A Chorus Line.

Television:  Bunheads, Mike & Molly, Two Broke Girls, Glee, Community, Weeds, Eli Stone, Scrubs and The Drew Carey Show.

JOHNNY `IMAIKALANI PASTOR was born and raised in Hawaii and has enjoyed roles in productions of A Chorus Line, Dreamgirls, West Side Story and Cabaret among numerous others.  Having directed and choreographed a production of Once O This Island, he also served as Artistic Director for `Aiea High School and the Performing Arts Coordinator at The YMCA of Honolulu.

Here, Johnny has appeared in Tony & Tina's Wedding at the Henry Fonda and has proudly worked with the Performing Arts Youth Group of SGI-USA, a Buddhist lay organization that encourages Peace, Culture and Education.  MAHALO to all my `Ohana here and back home!

PRODUCTION - in alphabetical order
JAY ASHER (Supervising Copyist) is a Los Angeles-based composer, songwriter, arranger, orchestrator, conductor, pianist/synthesist and entertainer.  Raised in the Boston area and a graduate of the Boston Conservatory of Music with a B.M. in Music Composition, Jay did post graduate orchestration study with renowned Los Angeles orchestrator Dr. Albert Harris.

Jay has written music scores and songs for many TV series, Movies of the Week and films including New World Television's Zorro, NBC's Fame and the NBC Movie of the Week Fugitive Nights.  More recently he composed the score for the Lions Gate hip-hop comedy Hittin' It and co-scored the independent comedy Nanny Insanity as well as scoring DVD documentaries on the lives of Laura Ingalls Wilder and her husband Almanzo.

He has written songs that have been recorded by, among others, Julio Iglesias, Whitney Houston and Donna Summer. Among the films and TV movies for which he has arranged, orchestrated and/or conducted are Paramount Pictures' Blame It On Rio and NBC's TV mini-series JFK: Reckless Youth.  He has served as a musical director and/or accompanist for such artists as Neil Diamond, Bobby Gentry, Carol Burnett, Minnie Ripperton, Donald O'Connor and Roslyn Kind as well as playing piano/keyboards for various TV and film projects and commercials.  He has been featured as the lead vocalist on songs for several TV movies and films including Disney's Under Wraps.

Jay is also a Level 2 Apple Certified Trainer for Logic Pro 9 and the author of three Logic Pro books.

VICKI ELLEN BEHRINGER (Sketch Artist) is an illustrator and internationally known courtroom artist for the past 21 years. Her colorful artistic style and speed sets her apart from other courtroom artists and illustrators.  Her renditions of famous and infamous trials capture not just the likeness and personalities of the subjects but include all the drama and emotion of the courtroom proceeding. Some of her more infamous trials are Michael Jackson, Scott Peterson, Barry Bonds, Unabomber, Perry v Schwarzenegger (California same sex marriage Prop 8) and Google v Oracle trials. Her home base is in Northern California but she travels with her portable studio wherever she's needed.

In addition to a successful career as a courtroom artist for the media, she is often commissioned by private parties to depict them in action. They use these paintings for their office walls, brochures, web sites and gifts. Sought after by collectors, her prints and originals of her courtroom art are hanging in some of the top law firms, judges' chambers and private collections. When not illustrating courtroom scenes, she spends much of the time painting in her studio. The awards she has won are numerous and she is fast gaining a reputation for her talents in the fine art world as well.

MIKE CLARK (Video Producer, Editor) Mike's background includes stints in production at television stations in Syracuse, NY and Tampa, FL. In Los Angeles Mike was with Sony Pictures Television and its predecessor companies for 25 years as their in-house video producer for its domestic syndication & distribution division.  He personally produced and edited over 6,000 on-air promos for Sony's off-network situation comedies including Seinfeld, Married…with Children, Mad About You and The King of Queens and produced Sony's in-house news program SPT Today which included roaming red carpets, capturing images at Sony's corporate events and premieres.

Today Mike owns and operates Clark Media Productions where he shoots and edits myriad projects for clients. "I'm proud to be a part of One Term More," he said.  "When I look at the appalling state of politics today where common sense and decency are out of vogue and voters are cynically manipulated by lies, distortion and fear, it gives me pride and a great sense of purpose to be a part of a grass-roots video effort like this one that will likely reach millions of voters across the country and hopefully make a difference in November. 

"My hope is that One Term More will be a call-to-action for those on the fence about their choices in the upcoming election by pointing out just a few of the conservative hypocrisies and their leaders' utter contempt for modern democracy. One Term More is a passionate and moving piece of performance art. When viewers hear the emotion behind the voices and listen to their words appealing to voters to take the high road, perhaps those who might have otherwise voted against their own socioeconomic interests will pause to reconsider.

"Citizens who supported President Obama four years ago will, hopefully, once again cast their vote for him in November, remembering he's the one who gave us more accessible health care (while the other side offered only war), sensible financial reform and civil rights for the LGBT community by supporting gay marriage and bringing an end to the military's discriminatory policy of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell.'

"The technical tools that we're using today to produce and distribute One Term More didn't exist back in the '50's when Americans were subjected to Communist witch-hunts or in the '60's when African Americans fought fearlessly for civil rights.  Now they do and we're using them to help preserve our democracy and the honor and decency for which our country so proudly stands.  There can be no higher purpose than to lend my assistance to the making of One Term More."

RAY COLCORD (Music Producer, Musical Director) is a film and TV composer who currently lives in Los Angeles. He has scored more than 700 television shows earning Emmy nominations and ASCAP, BMI and Dramalogue awards. His films include Heartwood, Killer By Nature, Resurrection Mary, The King's Guard, Wish Upon A Star, The Paper Brigade, Off Your Rocker, The Sleeping Car and Amityville Dollhouse.

He has contributed music to Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, The General's Daughter, Dumb & Dumber, The Prince & Me, and Casper among others. TV shows include Boy Meets World, Family Affair, Big Brother, Promised Land, Dinosaurs, Touched By An Angel, Singer * Sons (Emmy Nomination), 2-2-7, The Simpsons, The Torkelsons and many more.

He signed Aerosmith to their first record deal and co-produced their second album, Get Your Wings.  As the original music director of The Groundlings, the famous improv group in Hollywood, he worked with Phil Hartman, Jon Lovitz, Mindy Sterling, Paul Reubens and Lorraine Newman. He toured as a keyboard player and recorded two live albums with Lou Reed and played on Don Maclean's American Pie album.

He is a past president of the Society of Composers & Lyricists and a former Governor of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. He wrote original scores for the three Journeys Below The Line, DVD's produced by the Television Academy Foundation and produced Another Opening, Another Show, a live event celebrating television theme music. He is a past member of the board of directors of the Film Music Society, serves on the National Film Preservation Board and has taught film music at both UCLA Extension and Columbia College.

DOUG LENIER (Music Producer, Music Arrangement and Orchestration) is a native New Yorker and studied at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music. Shortly thereafter he penned his first hit single at the age of 24. He also got his first taste of the Broadway theatre world by playing in the pit bands for Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope and the Broadway production of Guys and Dolls at the Winter Garden Theatre.

After relocating to Los Angeles, Doug resumed his work in the recording industry working with such luminaries as Smokey Robinson, Patti Austin, Phyllis Hyman, El DeBarge, Siedah Garrett, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Nancy Wilson, Atantic Starr, Carl Anderson and Gloria Loring for whom he co-produced, arranged and played bass & keyboards on the 'Top Ten' hit Friends and Lovers. With Carl Anderson, he also acted as Music Director and their first effort together won an Emmy Award for the KCET-produced On Stage, LA.

In addition, he has composed, arranged and/or played for many stars of stage and screen such as Catherine Zeta-Jones, Bob Hope, Bonnie Franklin, Nell Carter, Joey Lawrence, Madge Sinclair and others. He performed as Guest Conductor for Nancy Wilson: Live at Carnegie Hall and has arranged and conducted on The Tonight Show, The Pat Sajak Show, Days of Our Lives, American Bandstand, Solid Gold and many more and done commercial work for Toyota, Hyundai and Capri Sun among others.

Doug continues to compose, arrange, orchestrate and conduct in the Los Angeles area primarily for film, television and commercials.

DEREK MUELLER (Illustrator) has, for as long as he can remember, loved drawing and painting people, places and things. He was inspired at about age 12 after seeing a traveling exhibit of Norman Rockwell's work and decided then and there he wanted to be an "Illustrator." Even after graduating from Stanford University (where he studied art, film and the culture of France in an effort to find his "real" calling) he still knew that a career in art was ahead of him.

Based on his own portfolio of works (he was entirely self-taught), he was awarded a full summer scholarship at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco. Unable to obtain the funding to continue and earn a full art degree, he instead went freelance and at age 25 was suddenly very busy working as a storyboard artist for many of San Francisco's leading ad agencies.

After several years he decided to move into professional finished illustration work and inaugurated this decision with his oil painting of a Farm Family in the familiar Rockwell style. This painting was well received by the New York Society of Illustrators and a few years later he was spending at least half his time creating finished work for publications such as Reader's Digest and Newsday Magazine, the other half still spent doing storyboards. His work has often been compared to Rockwell's in subject matter and style. He especially likes painting the joys and frustrations of everyday life in America and hopes to continue doing so for the rest of his career.

Derek has continued to expand the market for his illustration even after the "lean years" that began around the turn of the millennium. His main objective is to take his own ideas, mixing nostalgia with contemporary themes and create a new blend of illustration and traditional art. With vintage illustrations from the "Golden Age" now in great demand by collectors, he feels that it is time that his own classically styled illustrations become recognized for what they truly are: fine art.

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