Jim Goodell : Bill Fuller : Randall Delone Adkison : Erin Barnes : Michelle Nugent Munley : Will KennedyPablo Pomales-Ojeda : Matt Barnes : Carole Banks Laura T. Adkison : Regina Torres : Rhonda Nus Tinnin : Ileana Fernandez : Michael Dell : Greg Spiess


   Rhonda Nus Tinnin - enjoys performing in many styles. In New York City she appeared at the prestigious Merkin Hall, premiering two works by Bradley Detrick, and was invited to perform Eric Ewazen’s "To Cast a Shadow Again" at the Juilliard School. Ewazen called it a "gorgeous performance...stunning...riveting throughout”. She has enjoyed diverse roles, from Lisetta in Italy’s Studio Lirico staged  production of Bach’s "Coffee Cantata", to Lucy in Menotti’s "The Telephone"   in  Boston. Ms. Tinnin was privileged to coach with Tito Gobbi in preparation for her  performance of Mimi ("La Boheme"), which Corriere Aretino (Italy)  called  "very   convincing . . .  interpreted  with  a  rare  naturalness  seldom associated with an operatic performance..." She has performed opera and oratorio

with numerous civic companies in New York City. Ms. Tinnin’s non-operatic performances include various musical theater revues in New York City, including Town Hall, Symphony Space, Javits Center, and Manhattan Center, as well as appearances in Chicago, Boston, Providence, Seattle and Denver. Recent appearances include Bach’s "Cantata 51" with the Chamber Music Society of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Jacksonville, and the Honolulu ICAH, the Modern Music Concert at the 2006 ITG Conference at Rowan University, A. Scarlatti’s "Su le sponde del Tebro", (CMS, 7-06), and Handel’s "Let the Bright Seraphim" (8-06) in Cornwall, England. A strong advocate of the arts, Ms. Tinnin served as vice-president of the Friends of Music in Ridgewood, NJ. She has performed in concerts for the New Jersey Professional Teachers Guild, the Ridgewood, NJ Town Council, the NJ Council of the Arts, as well as "A Musical Tribute to Breast Cancer Survivorship" at Lazzara Hall, and a benefit concert for the Raymond and Crystal Key Humanitarian Initiative in Jacksonville. Her speaking voice is featured in story board exhibits on children’s health issues, such as asthma and childhood obesity, in museums and schools throughout the U.S.