SHAWN CAHILL (The Wolf) Shawn received a B.A in Departmental Theatre at the State University of Albany. He has performed in over 50 theatrical shows and has parts in numerous TV Shows and Films all New York based. After a long hiatus this is his return to Musical Theatre and first show in Los Angeles. In NY he has worked with NYSTI, NY Comedy Club, Manhattan Theatre Source, and Shakespeare on the Hudson. Some favorite roles include Claude in Hair, Cousin Kevin in The Who’s Tommy, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, Joe in Angels in America, and La Condeysa in The Vampire Lesbians of Sodom. He is very excited to be playing the role of The Wolf, a role he originally went out for 10 years ago only to get Jack. This performance goes out to all his new LA friends. You can all now stop bugging me about performing again.



Cristina began singing, dancing, and acting on stage and on TV as a child in her hometown of Honolulu, HI. A recent graduate in Theater Arts from Pepperdine University, some theatrical credits include: Fiddler on the Roof (Tzeitel), The Man of La Mancha (Maria), The House of Bernarda Alba (Prudencia), The Matchmaker (Irene Molloy), and Malibu Stage Company's "The Vagina Monologues". She also performed in the UK at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival taking on the role of Elizabeth Sandry in "The Grapes of Wrath". She vigorously continues to pursue a career in Film, Television, and Theater and is thrilled to be performing on stage once again. Many thanks to my ultra supportive family, and all of my friends. This one is for Tiger.


DENISE EMERY (Little Red Ridinghood)

Denise Emery is thrilled to be in the DOMA Production of "Into the Woods."  She received her Bachelor's Degree in acting from Cal State Fullerton and completed a two year intensive program at PCPA Theaterfest.  Her favorite roles include Dorothy in "The Wizard Of Oz," Bet in "Oliver" (PCPA) and as the Child in "The Year of the Child," with the Centerstage Touring Company.  Denise's film and television credits include "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Felicity," "Bobby" (released in October) and most recently in HBO's "Deadwood." On the side, Denise is a designer and Feng Shui consultant. She'd like to thank her parents and Erik for their constant enthusiasm.



Jennifer was born and raised in Los Angeles.  She has trained at NYU's CAP 21 Musical Theatre Training Program, abroad at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and currently with Steppenwolf Classes West.  She was most recently seen in the Ventura County premier of Urinetown: The Musical, A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum and in Breakdown, a comedic short which she also produced.



BLAKE HOGUE (Rapunzel’s Prince)

Blake knows you know he's writing about himself. So let's dump the disingenuous third-person crap. Hi. How are you today? I'm good. I ate this choice sandwich before getting to the theater so this should be a good one. I moved to LA last year from Minnesota to fulfill my new dream of being a D-List Non-Porn Internet Star. One short was featured on VH1's Best Week Ever and another I co-everythinged called Normal Town was E! The Soup's $25,000 Cyber Smack winner. My latest work is a social commentary on the plight of mother-nature's unstable condition. My Fish Have AIDS. Go ahead, YouTube it. And buy The Benchwarmers on DVD so my bit part might amount to $0.02 in residuals next year.  Finally, I dedicate my performance to myself so then if you don't like it, I don't feel so bad.



Juliana received her BFA in Theater and BA in History from Utah State University.  Favorite roles include Joni in Ancient Light (Salt Lake Acting Co.), Rosencrantz in Hamlet (Celebration, L.A.), Philia in Forum (Ivy Garden Theater), Mrs. in The Problem (USU), Emma in the Horror film Bats (w/ Lou Diamond Phillips), LUV to the Johnson’s.  Juliana is currently seeking representation.



Kai Cofer (Milky White). Kai is "utterly" addicted to acting. He began his career as a clild actor in the Washing ton D.C area, "milking" audiences for all they were worth. Seven years ago, he "Mooo-ved" to L.A and works as a full time actor.



Originally from Palo Alto, CA, Brian holds a double BA in Dramatic Art & Sociology from UC Santa Barbara. Theatrical credits include Urinetown (Bobby Strong), The Fantasticks (Matt), You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Charlie Brown), By Jeeves, and his original play, Proud (UCSB Faculty Award, 2005). Special thanks to friends and family for their guidance and support. For Jewels.



Jacqueline Joy Marcus began singing at a very early age. She studied voice at Boston University where she received a Bachelor of Music. Her love of music has her performing various styles from Opera, Musical Theater, Classical Art Songs, Cabaret, and Spiritual/ Religious music throughout Southern California.  Jacqueline Joy is currently a member of the Pasadena Opera Company.  She has just completed her first CD of opera classics.


ANDRES MIRANDA (Cinderella’s Father)

Andres comes from a diversified background in film as well as theater in the greater Los Angeles Area.  He was recently seen in the Met’s Production of Chicago Club Rumboogie.  You may see his headshot, but you may not be able to recognize him on stage.  He loves a challenge and looks forward to participating in future DOMA productions.


COBY PFAFF (Narrator/Mysterious Man)

Coby Pfaff was born and raised in San Jose, California. Raised by a very musical family who played piano, guitar, flute, violin, drums, and trombone, Coby has had a passion for singing since a young age. After graduating from Santa Clara University with a bachelor's degree in Psychology, Coby lived and worked in San Francisco for six years where he started his own internet company before moving down to Los Angeles in 2001 to begin pursuing singing and acting. He has been busy honing his craft as he now begins his journey into musical theater.



Rachel Rawlins Prescott is very happy to be a part of DOMA’s production of Into the Woods.  Playing Sondhiem’s Cinderella in Into the Woods and Johanna in Sweeney Todd have been dream roles of hers.  One down, one to go.  She received her BFA in Music Dance Theatre from Brigham Young University. Some of her favorite roles have included Lili in the Nevada Conservatory’s production of Carnival, Julie Jordan in Morgan-Wixon Theatre’s production of Carousel, Jennifer Rumson in Mack’s Inn Dinner Theatre’s production of Paint Your Wagon, and especially Viola in Twelfth Night, where she met he wonderful husband.  She was also recently seen in Comedy Central’s Hollow Men and various commercials. 



Making his debut at DOMA Theatre, Tony has worked in many facets of theatre including, Acting, Directing, Producing, Set and Costume Design. Favorite roles incude, Sancho in Man of LaMancha, Eddie in Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? And Soapy Smith in The Gifts of the Magi. He would like to thank Marco Gomez and Dolf Ramos for giving him the opportunity to work with this amazing group. He would also like to thank his wife, Nicole, for all her love and support!



Into the Woods marks Ehren’s Los Angeles stage debut. He originally grew up performing in community theater in Phoenix, and went on to study musical theater at Arizona State University. He was a principle singer and dancer in Up With People’s international tour of “World In Motion”, where he met his future wife (and current Wicked Stepmother in tonight’s performance). Other theater credits include Albert in Bye Bye, Birdie, Snoopy in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Teen Angel in Grease, Jack in Into the Woods, and Sparky in Forever Plaid, a role which earned him an AriZoni Theatre Award of Excellence. He currently spends his days as the production manager for 318, Inc., an L.A.-based technology consulting firm. He is excited to be a part of DOMA Theater and looks forward to more opportunities for collaboration in the future. Thanks go out to his wonderful wife, Caroline, and his stellar kids, Luke and Mayah, and he is grateful for their unwavering support, patience, and enthusiasm.


AUGUST STOTEN (Cinderella’s Prince)

August is absolutely thrilled to be a member of this amazing cast of Into The Woods.  He has performed all over the Western United States, in such productions as: Man of La Mancha at El Camino College (Dr. Carrasco), Camelot at the Horizon Casino in Tahoe (Lancelot Du Lac), Ebenezer Scrooge at Harrah’s Casino Resort in Tahoe (Young Scrooge), Bye Bye Birdie at the Cal Neva Resort Casino in Tahoe (Conrad Birdie), The Wizard of Oz at the Flamingo Resort in Reno (The Scarecrow), The King and I at The Utah Musical Theatre Company (Sir Edward Ramsey),  Beauty and The Beast (The Beast), Oliver (Bill Sykes), Damn Yankees (Joe Hardy), Guys and Dolls (Skye Masterson),  Rumors (Ken), The Fantastiks (El Gallo), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Oberon), Six Degrees of Separation (Ken), Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour), and Fiddler on the Roof (Perchik).  If you have a very quick eye, August can also be seen in the movie Whatever It Takes (hint: I believe the official character name was, Other Person in Movie Theatre).


CAROLINE TIMM (Cinderella’s Stepmother)

Thrilled to be back on stage, Caroline makes her Los Angeles stage debut in Into The Woods. Caroline has appeared in numerous plays including A Catskill Story, West Side Story, Godspell, Our Town, and as a principal soloist for the international touring organization Up With People (where she met the Baker…and married him). She has also been actively pursuing her career in film and TV, having just completed an independent comedy called Crackpot and an educational DVD from Parents magazine for kids with asthma. Caroline also assistant directs the school musicals at Westwood Charter Elementary School. In her spare time, she writes children’s stories and is currently writing the next great fairy tale for the silver screen with her writing partner/brother Max! Caroline is commercially repped by Spectrum/Envy LA and RPM Talent. Thanks go to her husband Ehren for being “passionate, charming, considerate, clever”  and to her kids Luke and Mayah for being supportive, obedient, and patient during this process (and for still thinking she’s cool, maybe).


LISANNE WALKER (Cinderella's Mother/Jack’s Mother/Granny/Giant)

Lisanne Walker is a classically trained singer who has returned to the stage after raising her children in Seattle.  Born and raised in Los Angeles, Ms. Walker has been studying acting for the last two years at the Promenade Acting Conservatory in Santa Monica.


HEIDI WHITE (Rapunzel)

Heidi White studied musical theater and opera with Metropolitan Opera star Gwenneth Bean in Michigan and Dr. Fredrick Davison of UCLA in Los Angeles.  Some of her favorite roles have been Erzulie, Goddess of Love, in Once Upon This Island, Susanna in The Marriage of Figaro and Wally in La Wally.  Most recently, she has been working on various commercials and independent films in the LA area.  Heidi is currently completing her BA in literature at Mount Saint Mary's College in Brentwood, California while pursuing her acting career.  She is grateful for this opportunity to work with this company.