Get to know Sophia Dotson

Fan at 10 – Sophia Dotson

Name: Sophia Dotson

DOB: May 11th 2006
Hometown: Aurora Colorado
Education: 7th grade Theatre Denver School of the arts
Day Job: I’m 12 🙂

Holiday Tradition: Singing the twelve days of Christmas with my sisters while hanging ornaments on the Christmas tree! We fight over who gets to sing ‘5 Golden Rings’!

Off-Time: Watching The Office
Season: Fall
Movie: Napoleon Dynamite 
Musical: Fun Home
Color: Yellow
Animal: My dogs Stella and Daisy
Book: Misery by Stephen King
Band: Sir Sly 
Song: Run by Sir Sly
Beverage: Shirley Temple

Past, Present, or Future? Present
Cats or Dogs? Dogs
Beer or Wine? Both! -kidding, I’m 12😉
Sweet of Sour? Sweet
Mild or Spicy? Spicy
Coffee or Tea? Coffee
Piercings or Tattoos? Piercings
FroYo or Ice Cream? Ice Cream
City or Country? City
Coke or Pepsi? Coke
Netflix or Hulu? Netflix
Early Bird or Night Owl? Night Owl

When life hands you lemons? Hurl lemons back at life!

Who do you admire most? My Family
What is your biggest fear? Clowns
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Hopefully acting and owning a coffee shop!
What is one thing on your “bucket” list? Going to Italy!
What is the most rewarding advice you’ve received? Be yourself
Can we follow you? FB? Twitter? Instagram? FB and Instagram! @sophia.dotson
Why see A Christmas Carol? It will get you into the Christmas spirit!

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Get to know Faith Ford

Faith Ford as Tracy Turnblad in HAIRSPRAY

Faith Ford as Tracy Turnblad

Name: Faith Ford
DOB: December 2nd, 1993
Hometown: Loveland, Colorado
Education: BA in Acting and BA in Psychology from UNC
Day Job: Waitress

Season: Fall
Movie: Tarzan (The animated one. No joke. This is an amazing soundtrack too.)
Musical: Dear Evan Hansen
Color: Pink!
Animal: Dogs
Book: A Chance of Love
Band: That’s tough. Probably The Rocket Summer or Panic! At The Disco.
Song: Again, super tough. I collect music. So currently, I’m gonna go with “Dancing With Myself” by Billy Idol.
Sport: Football. Go Broncos!
Beverage: Apple juice.
Pastime: Dominating at Monopoly.

Dogs or cats? Dogs!
Beer or Mixed Drinks? Mixed drinks.
Cake or Pie? I. Love. Cake. My parents even have a video of me exclaiming how much I love cake when I am only 2 years old.
Sweet of Sour? Sour.
Coke or Pepsi? Neither. Dr. Pepper.
Spicy or Mild? Spicy.
Coffee or Tea? Tea. Chai specifically.
Boxers or Briefs? Wow…this is a little personal 😉
Piercings or Tattoos? Piercings.
City or Country? City.
Netflix or Hulu? I’m gonna have to go with Hulu.

It takes two to…? Do a dance lift.
You can’t stop the…? BEAT.
You are stranded on a deserted island, what two items do you bring? Wireless speaker and water.
When life hands you lemons? Make lime juice and let people wonder how you did it.
Who is your hero? My father. He’s done a lot in life when given very little.
What’s your biggest fear? Heights. Not the height itself, but falling from heights.
What inspires you? Watching my fellow peers and friends achieve greatness. When I see them accomplish so much, it pushes me to do more.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Performing in some great show on Broadway.
Can we follow you? FB? Twitter? Instagram? Sure can! If that’s something you’re interested in. FB: Faith Ford. Twitter: faithsiobahn1. Instagram: faithsiobahn.
Why see HAIRSPRAY? This is one of the most talented and kind group of actors I have ever had the privilege to work with. Everyone is so dedicated, and I get excited each day at rehearsal seeing what they all bring to the table. It’s definitely got a lot of heart, and although this is going to be like other productions of Hairspray that you’ve seen in certain aspects, I guarantee, we are still going to bring a different perspective and a whole lot of love to that stage.
HAIRSPRAY is set in 1962 Baltimore Maryland, what can this story teach us today? This story is all about coming together and realizing that at the core, we are all the same. In today’s America, I think this story is still incredibly prevalent. Our communities need to come together in the midst of all of the tragedy that has been taking place. Our hearts are all the same, experiencing heartbreak, love, excitement, anger. At the end of the day, we as a community must bond and support one another regardless of race, size, sexual orientation, or whatever it may be.