Bob Williams, Seattle:  Bob is originally from upstate New York. He received his training at The University of Maryland. He finished his training at Freehold Theatre Lab Studio. He has taught theatre and improvisation for the Montgomery County, MD school district and at Skidmore College in Sarasota Springs, NY as well as workshops at Yale and The University of Maryland.  This is his 11th Year with Living Voices.

RaChae Thomas, Los Angeles:   Rachae a Western Washington University graduate, received training in musical theatre, vocal performance, and artistic expression as a medium for social change. Her most notable performances have been the title role in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s pop musical, Evita, Sarah in Ragtime where she recieved rave reviews in the LA times and Aldonza in Man of La Mancha. Rachae has received honors for Best Classical Acting at the 2007, Region VII-American College Theatre Festival, and strives to continue her efforts to raise awareness with her music and stage work. She has relocated to Los Angeles where she has been seen in showcases as well as various venues around the Los Angeles area. Every last Sunday of every month, you can find her singing at Spotlight Cabaret. She is thrilled to take on yet another show of living Voice’s, Native Vision and is excited to exercise her memory mussel in LA by performing all three shows, The Right to Dream, La Causa, and Native Vision. A performance reel of hers can be found on youtube ( Rachae feels very blessed to be able to work with such a great company and is truly looking forward to this year’s challenges!

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Mellisa Slaughter, Seattle: is a graduate of the Santa Fe University of Art and Design where she received her BFA in Music Theatre. Favorite roles include Hermia (A Midsummer Night's Dream), Marcy Park (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) and Connie Wong (A Chorus Line).  Melissa has worked with Book-It Repertory, Seattle Musical Theatre, the Pork Filled Players, and Balagan. She is thrilled to be a part of Living Voices and to be sharing Emi's story in Within the Silence.

David Nathan Scott, Orlando, FL: David Nathan Scott is an all around performer who has appeared on film, TV and stage, as well as voiceover work and industrials. One of his most recent projects was 1968 The Concert - a cabaret show featuring 20 songs written, recorded or released during that iconic year. He is very pleased to be working with Living Voices helping to bring history to life for the future leaders of our country.