Starring Kay Trinidad,Jewelle Blackman, & Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer  

Featuring the cast of the Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical Hadestown, "If The Fates Allow: A Hadestown Holiday Album" offers both solace and celebration as we head into a winter season like no other. Starring Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer, Kay Trinidad, and Jewelle Blackman as "The Fates" and featuring the entire Hadestown cast, this album includes beloved holiday classics, songs composed by Hadestown's own Anaïs Mitchell, Yvette Gonzales-Nacer, and Liam Robinson, as well as gems waiting to be rediscovered, all in a sound steeped in blues, folk, ragtime, and jazz that has made Anaïs Mitchell's groundbreaking musical a phenomenon.  This 14-track album is sure to lift your spirits and keep you livin' it up this holiday season.

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"You Don't Know | I Am The One" from Next To Normal

Performers: Kay Trinidad, Quentin Garzón, Sam Primack

"Outside" from HALF THE SKY

Book and Lyrics by Isabella Dawis Music by Tidtaya Sinutoke

"It's All Coming Back To Me Now"

(As done by Meat Loaf and Marion Raven) - Virtual Performance Transcribed by Jeremy F. Goodman Performers Quentin Garzón Kay Trinidad Band Jeremy F. Goodman - Keyboard I, II Lydia Hull - Violin I, II Nadir Aslam - Viola Katie Chambers - Cello Magdalena Kress - Bass Peter Douskalis - Guitar I, II Richard Philbin - Oboe, Tenor Saxophone Brad Bailey - Drums

"When The Chips Are Down" Music Video - Hadestown on Broadway

Kay Trinidad, Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer, and Jewelle Blackman star as The Fates of The Tony Award Winning Musical Hadestown

Hadestown, A Grammy and 8 TIME TONY Award Winning Musical

Kay Trinidad in the role of Fate (Original Broadway Cast)

at The Walter Kerr Theatre
music, lyrics and book by Anaïs Mitchell
directed by Rachel Chavkin
choreography by David Neumann
associate choreographer Katie Rose McLaughlin
music direction by Liam Robinson

cast: Malcolm Armwood, Jewelle Blackman, Reeve Carney, Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer, Amber Gray, Afra Hines, Timothy Hughes, John Krause, Kimberly Marable, Eva Noblezada, Patrick Page, T. Oliver Reid, Jessie Shelton, Andre De Shields, Ahmad Simmons, Kay Trinidad, Khaila Wilcoxon

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 Williamstown Theatre Festival
book and lyrics by Carson Kreitzer. music by Matt Gould
choreographed by Raja Feather Klly
directed by Rachel Chavkin
music direction by Charity Wicks
music supervisor Remy Kurs 

cast: Tim Creavin, Carmen Cusack, Eden Espinosa, Natalie Joy Johnson, Justin Gregory Lopez, Azudi Onyejekwe, Grace Porter, Steven Ratazzi, Michael McCorry Rose, Andrew Samsonsky, Sav Souza, Nathanial Stampley, Alexandra Templer, Kay Trinidad, Rachel Tucker

The Little Mermaid

Kay Trinidad in the role of Aquata (Original Broadway Cast)

at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre 
music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Howard Ashman (written for the film), with additional lyrics by Glenn Slater
directed by Francesca Zambello
choreographed by Stephen Mear
music directed by Michael Kosarin

cast: Sierra Boggess, Sean Palmer, Norm Lewis, Tituss Burgess, Eddie Korbich, Jonathan Freeman, Derrick Baskin, Tyler Maynard, Trevor Braun, Brian D'Addario, Cody Hanford and J.J. Singleton, Sherie Rene Scott, Adrian Bailey, Cathryn Basile, Heidi Blickenstaff, James Brown III, Robert Creighton, Cicily Daniels, John Treacy Egan, Tim Federle, Merwin Foard, Bahiyah Sayyed Gaines, Ben Hartley, Meredith Inglesby, Joanne Manning, Alan Mingo, Jr., Betsy Morgan, Arbender J. Robinson, Bret Shuford, Jason Snow, Chelsea Morgan Stock, Kay Trinidad, Price Waldman, Daniel J. Watts, Zakiya Young

Kay Trinidad in the role of Marcy Park

Cleveland Play House, Allen Theatre
music and lyrics by William Finn
book by Rachel Sheinkin
conceived by Rebecca Feldman, additional material by Jay Reiss
directed by Marcia Milgrom-Dodge


Kay Trinidad in the role of Marcy Park

The Cape Playhouse
music and lyrics by William Finn
book by Rachel Sheinkin
conceived by Rebecca Feldman, additional material by Jay Reiss 
directed and choreographed by Jeffry Denman

As each and every cast member gets a chance to solo in the limelight, you’re sure that each succeeding actor has the absolute best voice of the evening – and then there’s another killer performance, and then another. These are amply complemented by some great choreography – the ensemble in “Pandemonium”; fancy footwork by the “magic” feet of William in “Weltanschauung”; or Marcy’s show-stopping “I Speak Six Languages.” - The Barnstable Patriot 

Kay Trinidad plays mega overachiever Marcy Park, who’s as adroit at spelling as she is with six languages, playing classical piano or karate chopping tables in half. - Cape Cod Times 

Little Shop of horrors

Kay Trinidad in the role of Ronette

Berkshire Theatre Group, The Colonial Theatre
music by Alan Menken
book and lyrics by Howard Ashman
by directed by Ethan Heard
choreographed by Parker Esse
music direction by Rick Bertone

cast: Stanley Bahorek (Seymour), Lindsay Nicole Chambers (Audrey), Stephen DeRosa (Mushnik), Taurean Everett (Audrey II Plant), Alia Hodge (Chiffon), James Ludwig (Orin and others), Bryonha Parham (Audrey II voice), Kay Trindad (Ronette), Jalise Wilson (Crystal)

Beauty and the beast

Kay Trinidad in the role of Silly Girl 

music by Alan Menken
lyrics by Howard Ashman and Tim Rice
book by Linda Woolverton
choreographed by Vince Pesce
music direction by Ben Whiteley
directed by Matt Lenz


Rob McClure (Lumiere), Kate Rockwell (Belle), Nicholas Rodriguez (Beast), Nathaniel Hackmann (Gaston), Lenny Wolpe (Maurice), Deidre Goodwin (Babette), Marva Hicks (Mrs. Potts), Steve Rosen (Cogsworth), Michael Hartung (Lefou) and Spencer Jones (Chip), Courtney Arango, Lori Barrett-Pagano, Shawn Bowers, Joyce Chittick, Matthew Davies, Jordan De Leon, Courtney Echols, Ellie Fishman, Emma Gassett, Berklea Going, Austin Glen Jacobs, Madison Johnson, Wonza Johnson, Zachary Daniel Jones, Hannah Kiem, Jacob Lacopo, Drew Nellessen, Kaela O'Connor, Rich Pisarkiewicz, Drew Redington, Heather Jane Rolff, Kay Trinidad, Josh Walden and Sharrod Williams.

WATERfall, World premiere

Pasadena Playhouse and Seattle's Fifth Avenue Theatre
music by David Shire, words and lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr.
music supervision and additional arrangements by John McDaniel
orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick, dance arrangements by Greg Jarrett
directed by Tak Viravan
co-directed and choreographed by Dan Knechtges

cast: Emily Padgett, Bie Sukrit, Thom Sesma, J. Elaine Marcos, Eymard Cabling, Marcus Choi, Jordan De Leon, Steven Eng, Rona Figueroa, Kimberly Immanuel, Lisa Helmi Johanson, Kenway Hon Wai K. Kua, Leon Le, Colin Miyamoto, Koh Mochizuki, Celia Mei Rubin, Darryl Semira, Riza Takahashi, Kay Trinidad, Minami Yusui

Allegiance, World Premiere

at The Old Globe
music and lyrics by Jay Kuo
book by Marc Acito, Jay Kuo and Lorenzo Thione 
directed by Stafford Arima
choreographed by Andrew Palermo
music supervision, arrangements and orchestrations by Lynne Shankel
music directed by Laura Bergquist

cast: Lea Salonga, George Takei, Telly Leung, Paul Nakauchi, Jon Jon Briones, Katie Boren, Geno Carr, Karl Josef Co, Marc de la Cruz, MaryAnn Hu, Jennifer Hubilla, Michael K. Lee, Brandon Joel Maier, Paolo Montalban, Kürt Norby, Conrad Ricamora, Ann Sanders, Jill Townsend, Allie Trim, Kay Trinidad, Scott Watanabe

The Addams Family  

music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa
book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice
choreographed by Vince Pesce
music direction by Ben Whiteley
directed by Marcia Milgrom-Dodge

cast: Rob McClure as Gomez, John Scherer as Mal Beineke, Hollis Resnik as Alice Beineke, Steve Rosen as Uncle Fester, Jennifer Cody as Grandma, William Ryall as Lurch, Dan DeLuca as Lucas Beineke, Sara Kapner as Wednesday Addams and Michael Harp as Pugsley Addams, Josh WaldenCourtney ArangoShawn BowersMichael HartungTimothy HughesAustin Glen JacobsMadison JohnsonCory LingnerStephanie Jae ParkKaitlyn Louise SmithKimber SprawlKay Trinidad, Emma Wagner, Travis Ward-OsborneDrew Redington

The King and i  

 Maltz Jupiter
Music by Richard Rodgers
Book And Lyrics By Oscar Hammerstein II
directed and choreographed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge
music directed by Helen Gregory

cast: Michele Ragusa (Anna), Wayne Hu (King), Kay Trinidad (Tuptim), Christine Toy Johnson (Lady Thiang), J.P. Moraga (Lun Tha), David Shih (The Kralahome), Steve Carroll (Captain Orton/Sir Edward Ramsay), Leandre Thivierge (Louis), Quinn Weis (Prince Chululongkorn), Marika AbeSaki AoyamaNathaniel BragaNatsuko HiranoTakashi HosoiDennis KenneyRumi OyamaCharles PangZilong PuSai SomboonMandarin WuPeter King-Yuen 

...The star of this show is Kay Trinidad as Tuptim. Kay has the most glorious vocals that Florida has heard in years. Her love interest JP Moraga as Lun Tha has a difficult role to sing with Trinidad's stunning voice, but because JP Moraga has chiseled stunning good looks the chemistry is magical. - 

The king and i  

Music Theatre of Wichita 
Music by Richard Rodgers
Book And Lyrics By Oscar Hammerstein II
directed by Mark Madama
music directed by Thomas W. Douglas
choreographed by Peggy Hickey

cast: Kim Huber (Anna), Thom Sesma (King), Tami Swartz (Lady Thiang), Alan Ariano (The Kralahome), Kay Trinidad (Tuptim), Karl Josef Co (Lun Tha), Edward Sturm (Louis), Timothy T.V. Cao (Prince Chulalongkorn), Lisa Gillespie (Eliza/Fan Dancer), Jasmine Ejan (Angel / George), Mark Clark, Timothy W. Robu, Harry Robert Perrin

Kay Trinidad and Karl Josef Co, both making their MTW debuts, are attractive and compelling as the tragic young lovers Tuptim and Lun Tha, who try to defy the King to find their own happiness. Trinidad’s clear, high soprano will give you chills as she slips easily into the highest reaches of “My Lord and Master... Bob Curtright, Correspondent of The Wichita Eagle

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