Rebekah Dahl Born and raised in Detroit Michigan, Rebekah moved to New York City at the tender age of
18 to attend The American Musical Dramatic Academy. In 1996 she decided to make Houston home, and
enjoyed being in the resident acting companies of The A.D. Players for 5 years and The Masquerade Theater
for 10 years. Critically acclaimed performances include Mrs. Lovett (Sweeney Todd), Adelaide (Guys and Dolls), Annie Oakley (Annie Get Your Gun), Mama Rose (Gypsy), and Maureen (Rent). The Houston Press voted her the reader’s choice for best actress in 2008. Rebekah loves being a private acting coach and appears in TV and
radio commercials and industrial films. She is represented by Pastorini Bosby talent agency. Her proudest
career accomplishment to date is being the cofounder of The Music Box Theater with her husband Brad thereby living the dream of getting paid to sing rock songs and goof off with her friends. Her proudest personal accomplishment to date is marrying Brad and becoming a mom to their son Beckett.
Brad Scarborough Born in Richmond, Tx, Brad received his degree in music & communications from Southern Methodist University where he pretended to study opera, created and sang with “GQ” a barbershop quartet that performed at many Dallas functions and continued to develop a passion for musical theatre. He’s performed in the Houston theatre community for over a decade and is a founding member of the Music Box! Brad is the business manager for TMBT and is thrilled to work with such talented performers every weekend, especially his wife Rebekah & occasionally his son Beckett! Brad is a die-hard Houston sports fan and probably knows more trivial information about sports than his job!
Cay Taylor Cay is a proud founding member of The Music Box Theater. She was born and raised in Cleveland, OH and knows what it means to miss New Orleans. Favorite Houston credits include
Music Box Musicals: Avenue Q (Mrs. T/Bad Idea Bear), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Olive), ASSASSINS (Squeaky). TMBT: The Rocky Horror Show (Janet). Masquerade: Urinetown (Little Sally),
The Music Man (Marian), Little Women (Amy). Main Street: Pardon My English (Frieda).
Cay practices as a board-certified music therapist by day and teaches voice, piano, guitar, and ukulele lessons. She loves vegan baking, time on the yoga mat, and coloring outside the lines.
Luke Wrobel Luke is a native of Fall River, Massachusetts. He performed locally with several companies, including Masquerade Theatre, before becoming a founding member of The Music Box in 2011. He holds a degree in theatre arts and philosophy from Fairfield University in Connecticut, and currently teaches middle school theatre at River Oaks Baptist School. He also teaches musical theatre classes at Queensbury Theatre’s Tribble School for the Performing Arts with his wife, Kristina Sullivan. Luke received three Emmy nominations for his portrayal of Mr. Rodgers the Butler on Houston PBS's Manor of Speaking.
Kristina Sullivan is thrilled to be a part of the Music Box Theater crew! She is Founder and Director of the Tribble School for the Performing Arts at Queensbury Theatre – where she works as administrator and instructor for students of all ages throughout the year. A native to Houston, Kristina has worked for 20 years in the Houston arts community, including Music Box Young Artists - Founder & Director (2012-2015); Masquerade Theatre - Resident Company Member performing in over 50 musicals at the Hobby Center (2003-2012). Favorite acting credits include Next to Normal (Diana), My Fair Lady (Eliza), Sunday in the Park with George (Dot/Marie), Parade(Lucille), The Man of La Mancha (Aldonza) and the title role in the national premiere of the revival of Jane Eyre. She received her BA from the University of Houston,where she studied Vocal Performance (The Moore School of Music), and Psychology.