Tony Cavallo (Locke/Frank Lapidus)


Tony hails from Boston, MA.  At Syracuse University he studied the art of imbibing and now brings that skill wherever he goes. He continues that strong tradition here in Los Angeles and is thrilled to be returning to the Whitefire stage. Los Angeles credits include appearances as George and King Robert in Shame of Thrones: The Musical. Tosca, Nabucco, La Clemenza Di Tito with the LA Opera and Merchant of Venicewith Theatre for a Small Space. IG @tonyseesthings 

Ewan Chung (Jin/Keamy/Ethan)


Ewan is happy to be returning to the show after having been an understudy during the original run. Origin: Washington, DC/Virginia. Film: “Firefly” fan short “The Verse," "OJ: The Musical," Leland Orser’s "Morning," "Undiscovered."  TV: "Monday Mornings," "Bones," "Torchwood," "Boston Legal," "Chuck," "Heroes," "How I Met Your Mother," Stephen King's "Desperation," "Las Vegas," Spike Lee’s "Sucker Free City." Theatre: Award-winning sketch comedy troupe OPM, Chinglish, Washer/Dryer, The Memorandum. He writes, speaks Chinese Mandarin and French, and has recently been in sci-fi projects like the TV pilot "Shangri-La: Near Extinction" and Studio+ web series "Atropa." Twitter & Instagram: @ewanchung.

Eric Fagundes (Sawyer)


 Eric Fagundes is extremely grateful for the opportunity to reprise the role of Sawyer in Lost: The Musical. Eric is an ensemble member of Rogue Artists Ensemble, a collective of performers and designers who create and perform hyper-theater throughout Los Angeles and beyond. His play, The Goblin Market was recently presented in Plummer Park as part of their New Play Incubator. Find him on instagram: @fagundios   

Billy Finn (Ben/Vincent)


Billy is beyond excited to be a part of this amazing musical! Billy studied acting at Emerson College, and currently resides as a wizard at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter inside Universal Studios, teaching magic and spells. His most recent work was in Shame of Thrones: The Rock Musical, Off Broadway! He absolutely loves “Lost”, staying up late reading, and long walks off short piers. He’d love to thank his mom, his girlfriend, and everyone who’s supported him! He hopes you enjoy the show!  

Kalinda Gray (Shannon/Juliet/Penny)


 Regional theater: The One (Marilyn Monroe w/ Men Alive - The Hollywood Bowl), Evita (Eva Peron - directed by OBC member Martie Ramm Engle), Candide (Cunegonde - Sacred Fools Theater), Cabaret (Sally Bowles - directed by Judy Norton at the MET Theater), the west coast regional premiere of Avenue Q (Kate Monster - Best Actress Winner/Broadway World), Peter and the Starcatcher (Molly), New York City Rhythm with Bernadette Peters (Segerstrom Hall), Fellowship! The Musical Parody (Arwen/Legolas), and the world premieres of Goodbye, Marilyn (Marilyn Monroe) and King Kong: Eighth Wonder Of The World (Ann Darrow). Recent film: "The Clapper" with Ed Helms and Tracy Morgan, "Beyond Wonderland" (The Queen), "Smashed Potatoes" (Disney/Maker Studios). Kalinda is also a professional puppeteer, voiceover artist,  and business owner/lead performer of Wishing Well Entertainment. 

David Greene (Michael/Miles)


David went to UC Santa Cruz, graduating with a BA in Theater because getting a degree in Psychology was depressing. He's studied improv for years, which means he's really good at taking suggestions. Since moving to LA, he's stopped acting to pursue music as the bassist for the band, In The Stars, who are signed with InRage Records. 

Matthew Ingraham (Jack)


 Most recently Matthew was in The Pirates of Penzance at Glendale Centre Theatre. Other musical roles for Matthew include Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls, Grantaire in Les Miserables and the Specialist in The Who’s Tommy. He also portrayed Mr. Antrobus in The Skin of Our Teeth, and Charles in The Long Christmas Dinner where he performed at Ford’s Theatre in Washington D.C. for an evening of Thornton Wilder one acts. He holds a B.A. in Musical Theatre from American University. @matthewingraham

Zach Kanner (Boone/Desmond)


  Zach is psyched to get Lost with this team. Off-B'Way: Shame of Thrones: The Musical. Regional: Cabaret (Celebration), Pirates of Penzance (Shakespeare OC), The Lion in Winter (Pacific Resident Theatre). He recently won Best Actor in a Feature at the Sherman Oaks Film Festival for "Stay", an indie thriller now on Amazon Prime.  He is currently playing Jon Snow in Shame of Thrones: The Musical, directing a horror short, and recording an EP with his punk band, Non Hero Elite. IG: @zachtionville  

Miya Kodama (Sun/Danielle/Ana Lucia)


 Miya was unfortunately born, but lovingly raised in Fresno, CA. The LA based actress and writer stumbled out with a degree in Dramatic Arts from USC, where she was a founding member of the university's first sketch comedy group: The Suspenders. Shortly after graduating, she was selected as an official writer for the 2018 CBS Sketch Comedy Diversity Showcase for her sketch, "Do You Like to Travel?". She has studied improv at The Groundlings and performed stand-up at the Hollywood Improv and The Comedy Store. 

Alex Lewis (Charlie/Faraday)


 Hey it's Alex! If you've seen me before, it was probably on the internet on BuzzFeed or Shame of Thrones: The Musical. I was also in the original cast of Lost: The Musical in 2014. My TV/Film credits include “All About Nina”, “This Is Us”, “Shameless”, “Episodes”, “Dexter”, and the upcoming movie “Valley Girl”. I'm in a comedy band called Lewberger, check us on NBC’s “Bring The Funny” and @lewberger or! 

Myles McGee (Understudy)


 Myles moved from Honolulu, HI where he performed in multiple stage shows including a stint as the voice of Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors and the Monster in Young Frankenstein.  Since moving to Los Angeles, he enjoys modeling/acting in campaigns for brands such as Starbucks, IHOP, SoundCloud, etc. 

Carter Michael (Sayid)


 Commitments to other TV programming had prevented Carter from watching the cultural phenomenon that is “Lost”. After being cast the musical, however, he finally was able to say to people, “I have to watch “Lost” for work.” Carter is currently a campaigner on the Dungeons and Dragons channel Fables of Refuge. Past credits include Enjolras in Les Miz and Friends, Caldwell B. Cladwell in Urinetown, and Jim Conley in Parade. Follow Carter on IG at @carterhmichael.

Justin Mitchiner (Hurley)


Originally from Raleigh NC, Justin has lived in LA for 10 years. You might recognize him as that voice in a few commercials or from a co-star role on some sitcom. Justin played King Robert/Hodor in Shame of Thrones: The Musical and is so thrilled to be part of the Lost: The Musical family among such a talented cast and would gladly hit someone with a van for any of them. Excelsior!  

Katie Pierce (Understudy)


Katie recently moved to LA from Orlando, she has spent most of her life working in theatre and in the entertainment industry both on stage and back stage. Most recently she worked sound for our previous production, Shame of Thrones: The Musical. She has performed on stages across the country; including Colorado and Florida, and in theme parks in Florida, her theatre credits include A Soldier’s Tale, Futurocity: Writes of Spring, and Crazy for You.  

Jasper Sams (Kate)


 Hailing from Athens, GA Jasper earned a BA in drama from Brenau University and worked in the Atlanta Market before giving it the old college try in Los Angeles. Film/TV/Commercial: "V/H/S," "Drop Dead Diva," Microsoft, Credit Karma, Adult Swim. Regional credits include Thoroughly Modern Millie, RENT, Eurydice, The Beaux' Stratagem, and the premiere of Scarlett's Web at Dad's Garage Theater Co. 

Kacey Spivey (Claire/Libby/Charlotte)


Kacey is currently the Head Writer and Producer for the pop culture news channel, What's Trending, and has been featured comedically on Fox's "Glee", The Comedy Store, Shame of Thrones: The Musical (off-Broadway), and is the co-creator of the female comedy group, Blonde Jokes (@theblondejokes). Kacey began her career on “Barney & Friends” and has since hosted, produced and written for sites like ScreenRant, The Richest, Wizard Magazine, TMI Hollywood, and more. Kacey is thrilled to return to the role of Claire, which she originally played in Lost:The Musical in 2014. Follow her at @Hey_Kace 

Eric Ligocki (Understudy)


Eric is a swell guy and awesome singer. He promises he'll give me a proper bio soon!


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