A NIGHT ON BROADWAY-
Saturday, September 29th, 2018
Mission Viejo Country Club- Mission Viejo, Ca.
Ashley will be reuniting with castmates from “Les Miserables,” for an elegant evening of entertainment.
A DISNEY AFTERNOON- Sunday, July 15th at 1pm
The Help Group Autism Center- Burbank, Ca.
Ashley joins Music for Autism with Brad Ellis, Edie Alyson and Dianne Fraser for “A Disney Afternoon.” Music for Autism is enhancing quality of life and raising public awareness through free, autism-friendly, interactive concerts developed specifically for individuals with autism and their families. The concerts feature professional musicians, including Tony Award winners, Grammy-nominated classical artists, and Pulitzer Prize winners. To ensure equal access for all, every Music for Autism concert is fully subsidized. Families note that the concerts help fill a major psychosocial void, enabling them to enjoy enriching activities that are inclusive and to experience the joy and power of music as a family.
Please visit MusicforAutism.org
HONEYMOON IN VEGAS- Sunday, May 6th at 7pm
The Alex Theatre- Glendale
Presented by The Musical Theatre GuildMusic & Lyrics: Tony© winner Jason Robert Brown
Book: Andrew Bergman
Based on Bergman’s 1992 film of that name starring Nicholas Cage, James Caan and Sarah Jessica Parker,
HONEYMOON IN VEGAS is a non-stop laugh riot of unusual love triangles and Elvis impersonators. Jack is devoted to Mom, and on her deathbed promises never to get married, until he meets adorable Betsy. Betsy tells Jack she can’t wait indefinitely for him to deal with his issues and convinces him to run off to Vegas for a quick wedding. Soon after arriving, Jack gets cold feet and manages to lose big time at gambling. Enter smooth-talking gambler Tommy Loman, who agrees to forgive huge the debt IF Jack’s bride-to-be will ‘accompany’ him on a vacation. You see, she reminds Tommy of his dearly departed wife. Well, she ends up falling for him and Jack ends up with a slew of Elvis impersonators. The chaos comes to a happy close, confirming the old adage….‘What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas stays in a musical!’ So join us in Sin City! We promise we won’t tell!
TWISTED BROADWAY – Sunday, April 8th at 2pm & 4pm
Vitellos- Studio City
LA Theatre Cares presents a benefit concert for TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund.
Produced by Susan Grace
Directed by Ilene Graff
Musical Direction by Michael Lavine
Enjoy your favorite show tunes turned upside down and inside out.
Featuring Cynthia Ferrer, Joshua Finkel, Susan Grace, Ashley Fox Linton, JOhn Moschitta, Carla Renata, Kevin Spirtas and Rena Strober.
TIME’S UP is a unified call for change from women not only in entertainment, but for women everywhere. From movie sets to farm fields to boardrooms alike, we envision nationwide leadership that reflects the world in which we live. Thank you for joining this movement – for your contribution, for sharing this campaign with others, and for standing with us, so that all people can live free from sexual harassment and violence.
HOLLYWOOD REVISITED- March 26th, 2018
The Colony Theatre- Burbank, Ca.
A one-of-a-kind dazzling musical and dance revue featuring Broadway and Hollywood performers singing and dancing while wearing the ORIGINAL Hollywood movie costumes worn by the legendary stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood. Greg Schreiner is one of the most well-known collectors of movie costumes and is Curator of Special Collections at the Hollywood Museum in Hollywood. His wonderful film costume collection houses over 500 masterpieces! Filled with music, memories and fun, the revue allows the audience to genuinely feel as if they were revisiting the days that made Hollywood a dream factory. Greg is also a concert pianist and provides all the musical accompaniment and anecdotes about the designer, the movie and scene for each costume. The wardrobes of Marilyn Monroe, Ginger Rogers, Julie Andrews, Gene Kelly, Bette Davis, Donald O’Connor, Mae West, Bing Crosby and Judy Garland are just a few from the vast collection that dazzle the audience. Hollywood Revisited will leave you in awe as you come close to touch these original historic costume designs of Hollywood’s Golden Age.
REVOLUTION! – Feb 26th- March 16th
Los Angeles, Ca.
The Music Center on Tour presents MTG’s latest educational project, developed through grants from the Pinchuk Development Fund and The Weston Family Foundation.
“CHERRY LANE” & “HOLIDAY MAGIC” BENEFITTING CHILDREN’S HOSPITALS
Ashley’s children’s book “Cherry Lane” will be released on Amazon for the general public. The book was previously printed for Children’s Hospitals after being inspired by the Children’s Holiday Magic Project.
Ashley has two songs on this years album; “365 Days Until Christmas” with Denver Casado and “Christmas Dinner” with Will Collyer.
To learn how you can get involved in the Holiday Magic Project, please visit www.HolidayMagicCD.com.
The New Mel Brooks Musical- 3-D Theatricals
Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center
Redondo, Ca. – October 6th-15th, 2017
Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts
Cerritos, Ca. – October 20th-29th, 2017
Book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan
Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks
Directed by David Coe Lamoureux
Ashley plays Elizabeth Benning in the hit cult-film-turned-musical, which tells the story of a serious young doctor who is desperately trying to escape the mad scientist legacy of his family name until circumstances draw him back to the family castle where the infamy begins. This faithful adaptation is chock full of hilarity and all the memorable lines that you know and love.
BORN FOR THIS- July 11th- August 6th, 2017
The Broad Theatre- Santa Monica, Ca.
Book by BeBe Winans and Charles Randolph-Wright
Featuring Original Music and Lyrics by six time Grammy winner BeBe Winans
Directed by Charles Randolph-Wright
Detroit natives BeBe and CeCe Winans, youngest siblings of the Winans family dynasty, experience the ultimate in culture shocks when invited to join Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker’s Praise the Lord television show. The Winans teenagers have the opportunity to become more than just television celebrities, but to integrate TV evangelism. As BeBe and CeCe encounter fame, fortune and even a young Whitney Houston, BeBe must learn to balance his desire for success with his true calling. Combining classic Winans hits with brand new songs, this inspirational musical features Juan and Deborah Joy Winans as BeBe and CeCe Winans.
SYLVIA- Previews begin Wednesday, April 9th. Runs Saturday, April 22nd- Sunday, May 7th.
Rubicon Theatre- Ventura, Ca.
A play by A.R. Gurney
Ashley plays the title role in the the sweet story of a love triangle between empty-nesters Greg and Kate, and an adorable, completely irresistible mutt who will capture the hearts of audiences and strike fear into the hearts of squirrels (which are not allowed in the theatre, by the way). This deliciously dizzy production is a paean to pet-pals everywhere, and a reminder of our deep desire to “connect” in an increasingly busy, complicated and disconnected universe.
AMOUR – Sunday, March 12, 2017 at 7:00pm
Beverly O’Niell Theatre- Long Beach, Ca.
Music by Michel Legrand, French Libretto by Didier van Cauwelaert. Adapted from “Le passe-muraille” by Marcel Aymé.
A sweeping, romantic fairy tale for grownups. From Michel LeGrand, the composer of “Yentl” and “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg,” and Jeremy Sams, the librettist of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” comes this fantastical tale of a Parisian nobody who suddenly discovers he has the power to walk through walls.
THE THREE SISTERS BRONTE- February 6th, 2017 at 7:00pm
Rubicon Theatre- Ventura, Ca.
A play by Arlene Hutton, who will be in attendance.
Set against the bleak and windy Yorkshire moors in the mid-1800s, Arlene Hutton’s The Three Sisters Brontë follows the lives of the sisters as they struggle to find creative prosperity while navigating the harsh realities of male society. Faced with limited opportunities for educated women, Charlotte, Emily and Anne live in the rich worlds of their imaginations, until they are forced to face the truth that nothing is certain, and their destinies are best served when held firmly in their own hands.