Luke Monday – Callback Queen




A LIVE Online Concert Event – Recorded April 24, 2020

Now available for streaming

On April 24th OTC and Scripps Ranch Theatre presented CALLBACK QUEEN, a live, online concert event.  Fresh off the Broadway national tour of The Book of Mormon, West Coast native Luke Monday proudly presents CALLBACK QUEEN. Based on his real-life experiences in show biz, CALLBACK QUEEN weaves together Monday’s hilarious audition stories with iconic songs from WickedJersey BoysMoulin Rouge, and more. Accompanied on piano by JD Dumas, CALLBACK QUEEN takes the audience on a musical journey that asks the question, “What about the roles I didn’t get?”

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Luke Monday is an actor and singer based in Southern California. Hailed as “Excellent leading man material”, he has worked professionally all over the country. Luke has toured North America with Mamma Mia!, and just finished a year-long run as the standby for Elder Price in The Book of Mormon national tour. Regionally, Luke has performed onstage at OTC, SRT, Lamb’s Players Theatre, La Mirada, SDMT, The Welk, and Sacramento Music Circus. For his work in Onceat Lamb’s Players Theatre in Coronado, he was the recipient of a Craig Noel Award for Outstanding Ensemble. Favorite roles include; Georg in She Loves Me (SRT), Andrej in Once, Gabe in Next TNormal, Chad in All Shook Up, and Ken in Red (OTC).


 

 

 


JD Dumas is a performer, music director, and voice teacher who has music directed shows at Moonlight Amphitheatre, Legoland CA, and many theatres throughout northern Utah. Regional credits include: Plaid Tidings (Sparky), Once on this Island (Agwe), Urinetown (Officer Barrel), Animazement – The Musical (Quasimodo), South Pacific (Henry/Sailor), My Fair Lady(Cockney Quartet). International credits include: Showroom at Seafor Holland America Line.  JD is a proud member of NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) and holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in Vocal Performance from Weber State University.



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