Steven Ferezy

Actor | Singer | Dancer | AEA | SAG-AFTRA


Thousand Oaks Strong: A Benefit for the Victims of the Borderline Shooting and California Wildfires

On November 7, 2018, twelve people lost their lives in the Borderline Shooting in Thousand Oaks, California. Less than 24 hours later, wildfires swept the city.

Some of Broadway’s greatest talents call Thousand Oaks home, and now they will come together for one night only to sing songs of hope and inspiration and raise money to help those affected by these tragedies.

Please join cast members from such shows as Mean Girls, Spamilton, The Prom, and many more as they do what the Broadway community does best: bring comfort to those who need it the most.

A portion of the proceeds from this event will be going to the Westlake Rotary Club Fund For Victims Of The Borderline Shooting.

Produced and Directed by Robert W. Schneider

Ryan Andes (Big Fish, Sweeney Todd)
Michael James Byrne (Rock of Ages, Stephen Schwartz’s Magic To Do)
Steven Ferezy (IN THE ROOM with Steven & Dana)
Tess Ferrell (Wicked)
Sara Jean Ford (The Phantom of the Opera, Finian’s Rainbow)
AJ Holmes (The Book of Mormon, Twisted)
Andrew Karl (Ragtime)
John Koladziej (Johnny en Rose, The Rocky Horror Show)
Katie Luke (Kiss Me Kate, Newsies)
Hannah Jane McMurray (Dirty Dancing National Tour, Peter Pan 360 National Tour)
Catherine Ricafort (Spongebob Squarepants, Honeymoon in Vegas)
Juan Drigo Ricafort (#BARSIn The Heights)
Brian Charles Rooney (The Threepenny Opera, When Pigs Fly)
Jonalyn Saxer (Mean Girls, Holiday Inn)
Rebecca Spigelman (Hairspray, Baby)
Sasha Weiss (Jerry Springer the Opera at Carnegie Hall, ABCs What Would You Do)

Hosted by Ben Rimalower (Patti Issues, Real Housewives)

Cabrillo Coast-to-Coast

Lesli Margherita (Matilda, Zoro), Jenna Leigh Green (Wicked, Bare), Ashley Moniz (Sister Act, 9 to 5 National Tours), Derek Klena (Bridges of Madison County), Melissa Mitchell (Les Miserables), Catherine Ricafort (Cinderella, Mamma Mia!) and Steven Ferezy are among the Cabrillo Music Theatre alumni who will take part in Cabrillo Coast-to-Coast, August 4, 2014 at The Triad.

In order to keep the southern California non-profit theatre company Cabrillo Music Theatre going, they must raise $250,000. Join the Cabrillo Alumni for this one night only benefit. The 9:00 PM concert will feature Cabrillo Music Theatre alumni singing selections from the shows they appeared in during their time at Cabrillo in addition to some Broadway favorites. All proceeds will go directly to Cabrillo Music Theatre.

Other notable Cabrillo alumni include Stephanie J. Block (South Pacific, Funny Girl), Katherine McPhee (Annie Get Your Gun), Melissa Fahn (Singin' in the Rain), and Sally Struthers (Cinderella).

The concert will include over 15 songs featuring Cabrillo productions, including Beauty & the Beast, Funny Girl, Jekyll & Hyde, The Secret Garden, A Chorus Line, Cinderella, Breaking Up is Hard to Do, and more!

The performers will be accompanied by Nick DeGregorio and Brock Talbot. The evening will be hosted by Lesli Margherita and Steven Ferezy and produced by Ashley Moniz and Steven Ferezy.

The Triad is located at 158 W 72nd Street. For more information and tickets, call (212) 362-2590 or visit Tickets are $20 in advanced, $25 at the door and are available here. *Please note The Triad has a 2-drink minimum and is cash only. Tickets can be purchased at the door using a credit card.*

Cabrillo Music Theatre is an Ovation Award Winner and the Resident Musical Production Company at the Bank of America Performing Arts Center at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, the largest theatre between Los Angeles and San Francisco. For over three decades, Cabrillo has enriched life in Southern California, providing extraordinary performing arts through live musical theatre. Cabrillo is a volunteer based non-profit theatre company presenting award-winning musicals with full, live orchestras, lavish sets and costumes, and premier talent.

Cabrillo Music Theatre's mission is to introduce the musical theatre experience to socially, culturally, economically diverse, and underserved populations of Southern California. Cabrillo's 2013-2014 Season anticipates reaching more than 100,000 people through our main stage, off-stage, and special productions, as well as our award-winning BEYOND THE FOOTLIGHTS outreach programs. Since 2005, Cabrillo's BEYOND THE FOOTLIGHTS outreach programs have included over 31,000 underserved, Title I children, in-need seniors, and active military troops, all free of charge.

© 2018 Steven Ferezy