McKenzie is a communications and editorial professional originally from the Pacific Northwest before she transplanted to Orlando, FL. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Digital Journalism from Central Washington University, where she continued to dive into her passion for musical theater through the Central Theatre Ensemble. McKenzie moved to Orlando right after graduation to pursue a magical internship with a well-known entertainment company. She focuses the majority of her free time on photography and adventuring throughout the country.
The current touring production of 'Waitress' is a musical best served to a full house and welcoming audience prepared to ride one rollercoaster of a show-exactly as it was Tuesday night at the Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts in downtown Orlando. The show itself dished out some serious laughs on its opening night, but also managed to bring in heavier undertones and themes masked by the upbeat musical numbers created by pop star Sara Bareilles.BWW Feature: Local Theatre Professionals Participate in 'Talk Back' Q&A with THE LION KING March 12, 2018
All of these pieces and more factor into the creation of the touring production of 'The Lion King', now entering its 20th year on stage. Resident Director Dodd Loomis and a handful of his fellow Disney Cast Members who help the production come to life, recently pulled back the curtain on their show for a small group of local theatre professionals at Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, March 9.BWW Review: THE LION KING at Dr. Phillips Center For The Performing Arts February 21, 2018
All it took was a single step through the front door of The Winter Park Playhouse to be immediately transported back into the golden years of Hollywood-and the days where Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney captivated audiences through their work on screens and stages of all sizes.BWW Interview: Cami Miller of ANNIE at Garden Theatre December 15, 2017
Elder Price of 'The Book of Mormon' made it very clear that he loves Orlando during the musical's stop at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts this past Wednesday night-and Orlando made it known that it loved him right back.