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Performer BioS


ROBBY BLACK - A native of Corpus Christi, TX, Robby established himself as an accomplished choral singer at the high school level. At 16, he fell in love with barbershop quartet music and has been performing in quartets and choruses across the USA ever since. After moving to Houston in 2014, he helped found Space City Sound — an internationally competitive barbershop chorus — where he served in musical leadership for seven years. Robby’s love of musical theater grew from his barbershop training. In addition to his performing with HMTC, Robbgy recently appeared as Paul in Playhouse 1960's production of Company.  Robby sings bass in the Houston-based barbershop quartet, Panda Ring and also sings with Cantare -- a Houston-based chamber choir.

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ERIN CLARK - Erin is so excited and grateful to be a part of Houston Musical Theater Company, being a recent transplant to Houston. Erin graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.F.A in Musical Theater from Cal State University, Fullerton. She has performed at regional theaters throughout California and spent a year and a half traveling the world as the lead production singer for Holland America Cruise Line. Some favorite venues include the Hollywood Bowl, the Honda Center, and the Queen Mary. Erin was recently seen as Miss Hannigan in Annie at Playhouse 1960. She also directs and choreographs for children's theater productions. 

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JASIA CORREA - Jasia is a trained jazz and blues vocalist with experience performing in the studio as a demo vocalist and on stage in various genres since the age of 13. In 2014, she auditioned for her first musical, playing the role of Rizzo in Grease - and loved it! Since then, she has been blessed to portray other female lead roles across Houston and the Brazos Valley. Some of these roles include Jenny Diver (Threepenny Opera), Mrs. Lovett (Sweeney Todd), Rose (Gypsy), Miss Mona (Best Little Whorehouse in Texas), and Fraulein Schneider (Cabaret). Jasia is a physical therapist and business owner of Well Women Physical Therapy in Cypress, wife, and mother of 3 beautiful girls. She is grateful for companies like HMTC which allow her to balance her work life and passion for the performing arts!

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DANIEL LOPEZ - Daniel is a recent transplant to Houston, originally from Tucson, Arizona. Recent Houston credits include: Main Street Theater’s Cinderella (The Prince) and the Texas tour of Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive The Bus! (The Pigeon); new work reading of 619 Hendricks at Stages Theatre's "Sin Muros: A Borderless Teatro Festival”. He is a resident vocalist of Houston Musical Theater Company performing in Broadway Revue style concerts across the city of Houston. Regional Credits: Oklahoma! (Robert Redford’s Sundance Resort, UT), Native Gardens, The Merchant of Venice, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Evita, The Addams Family and Forever Plaid. Daniel teaches the stars of tomorrow with Student Stars of River Oaks! BFA, Musical Theatre; University of Arizona.  Follow him on socials:@DanielJames9619


KYLE G. STEPHENS – Kyle is originally from Milwaukee, WI. He was cast as Sailor #2 in Anything Goes at 11 years old and has never looked back. He’s been in love with the stage ever since. After graduating from The Ohio State University with degrees in Criminology and Vocal Music Performance, Kyle made his mark on theater scenes in Columbus, Chicago, Austin and Houston. Previous favorite credits include Shrek (Shrek: The Musical), Soldier/Alex (Sunday in the Park with George), Hinckley (Assassins), William Barfée (25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee), Collins (RENT) and Willard (Footloose). Most recently, he was seen on stage as Peter in Company at Playhouse 1960. Kyle is thankful to have joined Houston Musical Theater Company and looks forward to making beautiful music with all of these talented people.

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SARAH WATSON - Originally from New England, Sarah is a Houston-based singer/actress and has been seen on stages both nationally and internationally. Sarah holds a MM in Opera Performance (Longy School of Music) and currently teaches on the voice faculty of San Jacinto College. Career Highlights including: OPERA: Madame Mette (Hans Christian Anderson - Indianapolis World Premiere), Constance (The Sorcerer), Barbarina (Le Nozze di Figaro), Mabel (Pirates of Penzance), Madame Heartfelt (Der Schauspieldirektor), Adele (Die Fledermaus) REGIONAL: Laurie (Oklahoma!), Mrs. Nordstrom (A Little Night Music), Woman (Yank - Boston Center for the Arts World Premiere), Mac (42nd Street), Alice (Bye, Bye Birdie), Belinda Cratchit (A Christmas Carol) CONCERT PERFORMANCES: Andrea Bocelli in concert, Houston Symphony (Legends of Zelda and Video Games Live soloist) FILM: Dreamland Murders (48 hour film festival winner; Cannes Film Festival 2016)

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NATASHA WROBLEWSKI - Natasha is a recent graduate of The University of North Texas receiving a degree in vocal performance. She’s performed numerous principle roll’s with UNT Opera/musical theatre including, Mae Jones in Kurt Weill’s (Street Scene), Oberto in Handel’s (Alcina), Emily in (If I loved you), First boy in (Die Zauberflöte), The spirit of Vixen (Cunning Little Vixen), Amantio di Nicolao in Puccini's (Gianni Schicchi), and several others. In 2018 Natasha sang with Pittsburg festival opera in the chorus of La Boheme, Strauss’s Arabella and was the featured performer in the 100 years of Bernstein review. While there she worked as the festival's main choreographer. Natasha headed the choreographic work on Wagner’s (Das Rheingold) and served as the company's principal dancer in Arabella. She has worked as a choreographer for UNT on dozens of productions. Natasha was a member and featured soloist in UNT’s A Capella choir. She also performed as the featured soprano soloist with the school’s University Singers on Ralph Vaughan Williams (Serenade to Music.) In addition to her current performing jobs, Natasha currently teaches voice in the Houston area.


TIM SMALE - Tim has been a Houston freelance musician for two years. In May 2023, he received a Master of Music degree from the University of Houston. Tim is currently an adjunct professor of music and staff pianist at San Jacinto College, and teaches privately at Vivo Professional Music School. He accompanies the Houston Boychoir, and is the Director of Music at Christ the King Episcopal Church. Prior to living in Texas, Tim resided in Kansas, where he earned a Bachelor degree in Music Education from Washburn University in 2018. In Kansas, Tim was a Public School Music Educator, taught privately, and also performed with the Kinnor Philharmonic and Topeka Symphony OrchestraTim has also studied and performed chamber music at the Atlantic Music Festival, Texas Music Festival, Sunflower Music Festival, and a study-abroad workshop in Paris, France. In January 2023, he performed a recital of chamber music with principal trumpeter of the Saint Louis Symphony, Steven Franklin. He is currently continuing his studies in chamber music and accompanying at the University of Houston through the Certificate in Music Performance program with Timothy Hester.  

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