Alex Fuhriman, Devin Toma, & Jonathan Austin: Three-part Noel
Accompanist: Lee Ann Renfro
A fun-filled musical journey through Christmas favorites with three veteran vocal performers. Enjoy some nostalgia and find some new favorites.
Alex Fuhriman caught the theater bug when he starred as Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors in high school. He then completed a Bachelor of Music Theater and Performance at Boise State University and has gone on to perform in dozens of productions. Some of his favorite roles have been Skye Masterson in Guys and Dolls, the Prince and Big Bad Wolf in Into the Woods, and Ham in the Ark. Jonathan Austin grew up on stage and has performed in many productions throughout his life as his father ran the theater program at a university. Jonathan went on to receive his Bachelor’s degree in theater as well as an MFA in Acting and his PhD in theater from BYU. During his life as a performer, he has had the opportunity to sing with the Utah Opera and perform many recitals and productions across the country. Some of Jonathan’s favorite roles include Tony in West Side Story, Jesus in Godspell, and Archibald in The Secret Garden. He met his wife in a University of Florida production of Carousel playing Billy Bigelow to her Julie Jordan. Devin Toma grew up with a love for music playing the violin, piano, and singing. He studied in vocal performance and music dance theater at BYU and performed with the BYU Young Ambassadors. He has performed in various productions and in the recording studio, as well as directing and choreographing numerous shows. Some of his favorite recent roles and productions include Bert in Mary Poppins, Judas in DC production of The Lamb of God, soloist in regional productions of Handel’s Messiah, and producing/directing DC area productions of Savior of the World.
Please join us in the Washington D.C. Temple Visitors’ Center on December 11 at 7:00 P.M. for this star-struck concert.
A live broadcast of the performance will stream on Facebook Live. Please select here to tune in.
All are welcome.
Entrance and parking are free.