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Patti Malcolm

Award winning Recording artists and composer. A show woman of artistry and culture, producer, stage director, artistic Director, a lead vocalist for several industrial shows, theatre productions, and a promoter for the Latin Culture. Patti is in continuous motion directing and performing across US, and abroad. Through her remarkable and diverse talent Patti has been established as a well-known artist and has earned recognition and awards from the media and several organizations.

Patti is Founder and Executive General Director for Proart Interlatin USA, a non-profit organization dedicated to spread cultural information about music and the arts. Patti has been featured in Univision “lo mejor de lo nuestro” the best of ours,and has received the Entertainment Award by La Prensa in San Antonio. Cd’s Los mejores boleros y baladas, Querido amor, México Tradicional, Romantic Evening, México te canta (original music).

Mac Theroux

Comming from humble roots, Mac Theroux always had a passion for music. Falling in love with many genres and different styles, Mac fell hard for the classics. His idols became Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. Through his love for music, he began to perform covers of his favorite artists for audiences. Joining Alamo Vaudeville, Mac began to hone his skills as a performer.

No longer wanting to make covers but to create original music, Mac became a song writer. He soon met his talented guitarist Zeth Reynosa and began to create his first album with his band Far Too Gone. What started as a love for music created an escape for Mac, a place where there were no boundaries to stop creating. Mac joins great talents for another great performance for Alamo Vaudeville at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.

Jonathan Crosby

"It doesn’t take anyone I meet very long to realize I have a deep love and passion for music. From writing my own music, being a worship leader, working under a studio engineer for 4 years, and even writing a song I wrote and sang for my wife when I proposed to her, music has been a large part of my life. As a fun trivia fact for other music lovers out there, my name is Jonathan Crosby, and I have been told by my family that I am related to the great Bing Crosby. I just tell people he passed down his voice to me. You're welcome to add me on Facebook for more music entertainment I produce. Hope y’all enjoy the show and hope I can help give you the same love I have for music."

Sherry Gibbs Houston

Sherry Gibbs Houston hails from the small Texas coastal town of Port Lavaca and has been singing for as long as she can remember with her initiation, like many, in church and high school/college choirs. The jazz standards are imbedded in Sherry's DNA as she grew up in a home filled with the music of Glen Miller, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, and Ella Fitzgerald, to name a few. Houston's musical journey, along with the prodding of dear friends, finally lead her to discover musical theatre at age 34...better late than never!

Recent roles: Mother Superior SISTER ACT (Woodlawn Theatre), Loretta (originated) SENIOR MOMENTS (World Premiere - SASPA), Tessie Tura GYPSY (The Playhouse SA), Jenny COMPANY (The Playhouse SA). Other adored roles include Mrs. Tottendale (ATAC Globe Award) THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, Anna THE KING AND I, Signora Naccarelli LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA, Muzzy Van Hossmere THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, Charlotte A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, Irene Molloy HELLO DOLLY, Reno Sweeney ANYTHING GOES, Marian Paroo THE MUSIC MAN, Eliza Doolittle MY FAIR LADY (ATAC Globe Award), and what started it all was the title role in the University United Methodist Church's production of PETER PAN. Houston has also originated several roles including Minnie Brinkley ROADS COURAGEOUS by Thomas Nyman and Kevin Parman; and Rosanna GONE TO TEXAS by Steve Warren, Tom Masinter, and June Rachelson-Ospa.

Sherry performs regularly with ETHICS FOLLIES and is a founding cast member of The Allegro Stage Company. Sherry holds a degree in Music/Vocal Performance from UTSA and is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota Music Fraternity. Sherry is Texas Realtor with JBGoodwin Realtors.

Sean Salazar

Sean Salazar is an actor/singer who has been involved with over 58 San Antonio theatre productions since 2009, whether as a performer, a stagehand, or as a sound technician/engineer. Born in San Antonio, and raised here for most of his life, it was only after school did he realize that theatre is where his passion lies. He is grateful to his mother for always supporting him, to his father for convincing him to attend that first audition, and the fantastic theatre community he has come to know.

Sean is honored to have received 3 ATAC Awards for his portrayals of Sweeney Todd (Sweeney Todd), Lonny Barnett (Rock of Ages), and Bert the Chimney Sweep (Mary Poppins). A few of his favorite roles include Clopin Trouillefou (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), Dean Martin (The Rat Pack), Nicky/ Trekkie Monster (Avenue Q), Corny Collins (Hairspray), Sebastian/ Grimsby (Disney's The Little Mermaid), and Glenn Guglia (The Wedding Singer). His next endeavor is to become a member of the Actor's Equity Association, and 2018 will be an exciting year towards that goal. Sean is privileged to be a part of this year's Alamo Vaudeville, and hopes that you sing along!

Jazmin Chacon

Jazmin Chacon is thrilled to be performing with the cast of Alamo Vaudeville! Other roles she has performed include: Missy (Marvelous Wonderettes), Johanna (Sweeney Todd), Maria Elena (Buddy Holly) and many more. Jazmin would like to thank her parents for their love and support, her teachers and mentors for their dedication and kindness, the wonderful cast and crew of Alamo Vaudeville for all their hard work, and most of all God for blessing her with her talent and this wonderful opportunity!

Derek Berlin &
The Mount Sinai Gospel Choir

Derek Berlin (actor, producer,director) Mr. Berlin is a graduate of Trinity University's Theater Arts program, where he studied the Paul Baker method of acting. He also received additional training at the Actor's Segue Studio in Los Angeles, California. He has toured extensively as an actor for eight years throughout the United States.

As a tenured actor, his acting credits include two film pilots for HBO, commercials, advertisements, and theatrical appearances portraying such memorable characters as Ralph in "Frozen", Mr. Webb in "Our Town", Charles in "Glad to Know You", Five Characters in "Dirty Blonde", Nosferatu in the title role "Nosferatu", for which Mr. Berlin received the ATAC Globe award, for Lead Actor in a Musical, and his one man theatrical production of Dorian Gray in "My Name was Dorian ...Dorian Gray" which he wrote, directed, and produced, also receiving four ATAC Globe awards, for Lead Actor in a Drama, Musical Score, Script Adaptation, and Best Production.

Mr. Berlin is currently working on a new production, to be presented next summer called "The Garden Poem", which he is writing, producing, directing, and starring. Next year's agenda will also include an album of songs, produced by Brian Henderson. This will be Mr. Berlin's second time appearing with Alamo Vaudeville. A very special thank you to my musical producer Brian Henderson, for his orchestration and arrangement production of this year's song.

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Courvier Productions Presents Alamo Vaudeville
Executive Producer Ronnie Courvier
Web Designer Producer Derek Mitchell
Associate Producer / Stage Manager Konise Millender
Associate Producer Rick Gomez
Assistant Stage Manager Jonathan Schell
Assistant Stage Manager Brian Fonseca
Consultant Producer Austin Van De Walle
Directed by Ronnie Courvier