The UCLA Scattertones, musically directed by Ashley, took first runner-up in the International Finals of the ICCA competition (the same competition featured in the film Pitch Perfect). After this win, the Scattertones are once again the Second Best Collegiate A Cappella group in the world and the Best Collegiate group in the West.
Ashley will play the leading role of Wendla Bergman in the UCLA Department of Theater's "Spring Awakening." Performances run from May 23 to June 1 in the Freud Playhouse. This production is directed by Nicholas Gunn and features a cast of undergraduate students.
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The UCLA Scattertones won first runner-up in the final round of the International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella in New York City. The group now holds the titles of Second Best Collegiate A Cappella group in the world and Best A Cappella group in the West after placing first in the Western Regional competition.
Ashley has been cast as Maggie in the UCLA Department of Theater's production of "A Chorus Line." This beloved musical will be directed by professor Jeremy Mann and Tony winner Jane Lanier, using the original Michael Bennet choreography. This production runs from May 24 to June 2 in the Freud Playhouse.
More information regarding this event can be found here: http://happenings.ucla.edu/category/performance/event/69935
As part of UCLA's Theaterfest, Ashley will be performing in two student-directed pieces. She will be playing Gonzalo in Shakespeare's "The Tempest" directed by Cooper Sivara and will be a soloist in "Elegies," a song cycle by William Finn directed by Connor Howe.