Allie Carter from Coma Love

Allie Carter is one half of the music duo Coma Love. Not only is Allie an incredible vocalist, she is also a prolific violinist. Allie is the owner of Studio 65, a dance studio in Lexington Ohio. When she’s not performing with Coma Love, she spends her time choreographing and coaching her dancers, who are currently National champions. It has always been a dream of Allie’s to sing with an orchestra, so she is unspeakably grateful to the MSO for making her dream a reality.

Ashlea Shaw

Ashlea Shaw is a current student at The Pennsylvania State University. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Lambda and The American Society of University Women. She is due to graduate Magna Cum Laude in the spring of 2021 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biobehavioral Health. After graduation, she plans to work with young adults aging out of the foster care system.

Ashlea has always loved singing and being on stage. As a child, she loved listening to The Beatles with her dad, and picking out the tight harmonies. Her favorite performances include a role in “Oklahoma!” as Ado Annie, and her performance of Pirate Jenny. She also enjoyed traveling with the PR band New Covenant while attending Mount Vernon Nazarene University on a vocal scholarship.

Ashlea lives in Mansfield, with her husband Aaron, and four kids Oliver, Loewen, Evelyn and Otto. She practices yoga, loves to read, and lives for coffee. She would like to thank her family for their unrelenting support and love in all things.

 

Audrey Lee-Strohm

Audrey Lee-Strohm is a 2016 graduate of Bowling Green State University with a BA in Film Production and Vocal Music. In college she was a member of two choirs and won several solo competitions. She is also an alumnae of the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. 

Audrey performed on stage with the Ohio Light Opera for three summers, and while with OLO she was in a total of 10 shows. Audrey has also been a featured singer and performer at many venues and has had many leading roles in regional theaters around Ohio. Some of her favorite roles include Cinderella in “Into the Woods”, Paulette in “Legally Blonde”, Audrey in “Little Shop of Horrors” and Ado Annie in “Oklahoma!”. 

Audrey began teaching voice and beginner piano in 2013 and fell in love with being an instructor. She currently teaches at the Richland Academy of the Arts in downtown Mansfield. 

Audrey, who is originally from Wooster, lives in Ashland with her husband, Mark, and her two pets: Ruby, her three-legged labradoodle, and Kirby, her six-toed cat.

Audrey would like to thank her family and friends for all of the support they have offered her, no matter where she goes in life. She would also like to give a special shout out to her 7 nieces and nephews, who are the lights of her life!

Jarica Awwiller

Jarica Awwiller is a senior at Shelby Senior High School. Future plans after graduation include secondary education in the veterinary field and pursuing her love of music through community events, leading worship at church and creating her original self-accompanied music on her YouTube channel.

Jarica has enjoyed playing tennis at the varsity level for the past four years, Whippet Theater for 3 years, Shelby Chamber choir for 4 years, Female barbershop quartet "Sunny Side Up" for 3 years and SHS Melloettes for 4 years, all under the direction of Brian Nabors. She is also a part of the faith based group "Campus Life."

Jarica loves to spend time with her family, friends and youth group as well as volunteering at the Shelby Senior Center, church and community outreach events and spending time with her chihuahua Olive. 

Patrick Clinage

Patrick Clinage is the Executive Assistant to the President at Richland Area Chamber & Economic Development.  Patrick holds a Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in Vocal Performance from Heidelberg College (Tiffin, Ohio) and Duquesne University of the Holy Spirit (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), respectively, and is currently working toward his Doctorate in Vocal Pedagogy.  Through music, Patrick found a love and passion for bringing arts and culture to everyone, and he strives to make every effort to promote and advocate for the arts in education. He currently is a Board Member and Member of the Kiwanis of Mansfield, President of the Richland County Development Group’s ArtSector, and a Member of the Youth Allocations Committee of United Way.

As a baritone singer, his past performances include:  John Rutter’s ‘Magnificat’ at Carnegie Hall in New York City, as a part of the American Chorus, conducted by John Rutter, himself; the lead Papageno in Mozart’s ‘Die Zauberflote’ and Simone in ‘Gianni Schicchi’ at Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh, PA; international performances in such roles as Don Giovanni, Masetto, Don Pasquale, Count Rodolfo, and Gianni Schicchi while furthering his studies in opera in Oderzo, Italy with vocal instructor, the late Claudia Pinza, a former leading soprano at the New York Metropolitan, La Scala, and San Francisco operas and daughter of the late Ezio Pinza.

Additionally, he has performed as bass soloist with the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra in Handel’s ‘Messiah’ and Holiday Pops; and baritone soloist with the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra in ‘Carmina Burana’.  He has also performed in Renaissance Theater productions as Legles in ‘Les Miserables’, Brian in ‘Avenue Q’, Chef/Jetsam in ‘Little Mermaid’, a fortuitous nun in ‘Sister Act’, St. Aphrodisious the headless saint in ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame’, Understudy to Victor Frankenstein in ‘Young Frankenstein’; Understudy to Mr. Banks in ‘Mary Poppins’; Father Alexandrios in ‘Mamma Mia!’; the American tourist in ‘Sunday in the Park with George’; and in the Company of ‘Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street’. Patrick has worked with OSU-Mansfield as their Music Director for the 2015 Spring Production of ‘Working’ and was Heinz in the OSU Production of ‘Pajama Game’.   Mr. Clinage was a former member of the Pittsburgh Baroque Ensemble, and is currently the bass section leader of the St. Peter’s Catholic Church Choir, a member of the St. Peter’s Bell Choir, a member of his own church choir at Grace Episcopal Church, and is a private voice instructor/coach. Mr. Clinage also is a composer and lyricist.

Ryan Shreve

Ryan Shreve is an Ashland native, living in Mansfield, and studied Theatre at Baldwin Wallace University. He works as a social media marketer and videographer, he also does graphic design at Town Money Saver in Lucas, Ohio. You may have seen him at the Renaissance Theatre in a Broadway Series production as Lumière in Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Jack Kelly in Newsies, Sky in Mamma Mia! at the Renaissance Theatre, or Nick Steele in the world premiere of The Last Act: A Disastrous New Musical at Theatre 166. Ryan was last seen in Rock of Ages, at the Renaissance Theatre as Drew Foley alongside his girlfriend, Matti-Lynn Chrisman who played Sherrie Christian. The Ren has become a home to him and is incredibly blessed to be a part of this amazing community. Ryan also does freelance photography, videography, website and graphic design, and social media marketing.  When he’s not working or at the theatre, he enjoys spending time traveling with his Matti-Lynn and spending time with their two adorable cats, Fluffy Pants and Jinx. 

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