Christeena Riggs

Christeena Riggs

Christeena is honored to be part of this amazing new project! Working with Clive and Linda has been a dream come true. Christeena made her Broadway debut as Eponine in Les Miserables. She then was given the extraordinary opportunity of re-creating the role of Cosette in the 10th Anniversary Production of Les Miserables, making her the only young woman in history to perform both roles on Broadway. Some of her other favorite theater credits include: Jane Eyre (Luisa, Broadway Cast), Sunset Boulevard (Betty, Nat’l Tour), Cinderella (Cinderella, Performed in Canada & US), The Scarlet Pimpernel (Marguerite, Ahmanson Theater, L.A.), A Little Night Music (Anne, PCLO), The Pirates of Penzance (Mabel, PCLO), Li’l Abner (Daisy Mae, Goodspeed Opera), Grease (Sandy, CAMT), Two Cities (Lucy Manette, NY Premier), Frankenstein (Elizabeth, NY Premier). She has performed with the Utah Symphony and the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra as Mary in Lex de Azevedo’s inspired masterpiece Gloria, the Life of Christ, with James Earl Jones and George Dyer. Christeena most recently performed the role of Glinda in the National Touring Company of WICKED. Christeena thanks her Heavenly Father for blessing her so greatly, her family for their strength and her wonderful husband, Jeff, whose love continually lifts her up
David Osmond

David Osmond

David Osmond is the 4th son of Alan and Suzanne Osmond.

He has been the lead singer of the Osmond Second Generation since he was 4.  Discovered by the late Bob Hope, David and his brothers appeared on his 1986 Christmas show for their first National Television debut.  Starting as a Barbershop Quartet, they later formed a pop group, The Osmond Boys, which evolved into The Osmond 2nd Generation.  He and his brothers have traveled to over 14 different countries, singing in many of their languages.  They signed with both Curb Records and Epic/Sony in Europe.  They have had three songs in the top 40 in the U.K. and have appeared on MTV, Good Morning America, Live with Regis and Kathy Lee, CBS This Morning, Entertainment Tonight, CNN and other major shows and networks.  They have performed to sold-out stadiums and arenas in the U.S., Europe and Asia and were youth chairmen for the Children’s Miracle Network. 

During his High School years he performed with his family at the Osmond Family Theater in Branson, Missouri.  On the musical production stage, David seamlessly stepped into the theatrical lead role of "Joseph" in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.  He earned public acclaim when he filled in for his Uncle Donny in the Salt Lake City run of the show.  Afterwards, he continued in the lead role as Joseph on the National Tour.

He served a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Madrid, Spain starting in October 1998.  He attended Brigham Young University (BYU) as well as New York University (NYU) where he was asked by the President to share his talents there in a production of Guys and Dolls.  He recreated his role as Joseph at the Tuacahn Theater in the summer of 2002 along with a new role in Annie Get Your Gun on alternate nights at the theater.

David continued his education at Utah Valley State College (UVSC) while being involved in numerous musical projects and performances all over the US.  He has been working as a studio musician and guest artist for the last several years as well as writing and developing music for an upcoming solo project.

David’s interests include: playing the guitar, traveling, basketball, snowboarding, and golf.

David married the love of his life, Valerie, in April of 2007!  Even though they don't have any children now, he would still like to dedicate this performance to his beautiful wife and their future bambinos.

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