Chasity Cueto has been singing since she could talk. Her angelic voice is often heard at Mass as a cantor, at weddings and funerals, and singing the National Anthem for conventions and assemblies. She is available to sing at any special event you might have. Chasity is currently a stay at home mom. She loves to read, sing, play board games and RPGs, cook, and cuddle with her furry babies (a 110 pound Rottweiler and a 10 pound cat). Chasity also cherishes her time with her husband and three beautiful kids. Her two daughters adore participating in the Rising Stars, and her son and husband enjoy their places in the audience. She also utilizes her B.A. in English and Secondary Education and her M. Ed. in Guidance and Counseling in a variety of ways, helping out family and friends, and volunteering in both her church and school communities. Chasity relishes the opportunities to sing and act with others. She can always be seen performing in the spring Broadway review shows with TABS. She dabbles in many areas, helping out where needed most for each show, usually taking care of the supporting details. She looks forward to many more shows to come in the future!
Kevin J Bowman currently serves as the Director of Production and Artist Services for the St Louis Fringe Festival. Most recently he served as Production Manager for Max and Louie's production of "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill." His professional production credits involve work with UMSL, Upstream Theater, New Music Circle, and the many companies participating in STL Fringe. He has been involved with TABS since their second production including roles on stage as well as many production roles including directing the regional premiere of "Captain Louie" in 2013. http://www.kevinjbowman.com
Sara Gottman, Development Coordinator Sara holds a BM in vocal performance from Millikin University and an MM in vocal performance from Washington University, where she also served as adjunct faculty for a time. She has performed musically throughout the Midwest including appearances in Minneapolis, Chicago, St. Louis (including performing in the world premiere of Family Dynamics. The Funeral by local artists Allyson Ditchy and William Lenihan), and at the Southern Illinois Music Festival in Carbondale, Illinois. Equally a fan of straight plays, Ms. Gottman has been involved both onstage and off with a variety of programs from local community theater to likely her favorite project, 24-hour play festivals, including 24/6 presented by Immediacy Theater Project and current projects with Prime. Now lovingly known as "Bad Cop," Sara has been with TABS since she was invited in as a guest vocal coach for Legally Blonde, and she later began helping as co-music director and working to develop the Take a Bow Rising Stars.
Sound Manager: Phillip Evans
Stage Manager: Warren Frank
Costumer: Amy Hopkins has been sewing since she was a young girl. She has costumed many productions over the years. Her favorite things include sewing, upholstery, gardening, camping, photography, and playing her violin. She is busy juggling homeschooling 3 children, her own personal historian business, and costuming. She has won two Toppers awards for costuming while living in Germany and has now jumped in with both feet to join TABS. Her goal at TABS is to get all the other cast members sewing!