Trista is thrilled to join this holiday season's National Tour of Irving Berlin's WHITE CHRISTMAS as Betty Haynes.
An invitation-only reading of the new musical A Proper Place, based on JM Barrie's play The Admirable Crichton, will be presented in Manhattan Sept. 17. Click here for more information.
Keith Hermann and Barry Harman, whose musical Romance, Romance garnered five Tony nominations, present the new musical, Amazing Sex. Trista joined a steller cast including Anastasia Barzee, Caeser Samayoa, Aisha de Haas, John Herrera, Cicily Daniels and Scoop Slone for a backer's presentation on June 4.
It's off to Denver to join the new musical, "Sense and Sensibility". This gorgeous production will be helmed by Tony nominated director Marcia Milgrom-Dodge with music direction by David Loud. Click here to read more on TheaterMania and Denver Center 1.
"Saltpeter, John!" Trista will spend a very patriotic January/February at the Pittsburgh Public Theater as Abigail Adams in 1776, directed by Ted Pappas. For more information, click here.
Trista will croon the songs of Irving Berlin as Betty Haynes in White Christmas. The production will use Walter Bobbie and Randy Skinner's original staging and choreography. Director David Ruttura and choreographer Mary Giattino (both creative veterans of the '08/'09 Broadway productions) will helm the show. Click here for more information.
Trista wrapped up a year long stint as Christine in the Broadway production of The Phantom of the Opera on November 10, 2012.
Watch for Trista on season 4 of the Biography channel's "Celebrity Ghost Stories"! She plays the ghost of Renee Taylor's mother.
On May 9 at 8:30pm Trista will be playing Mary McCutter in a reading of the new musical Academia Nuts. Written by Becca Anderson, Dan Marshall and Julian Blackmore. Produced by Emerging Theater Artists as part of their New Works Series.
Trista recently played Miss Sarah Brown, opposite Burke Moses, in Guys and Dolls at the Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach, Florida.
After two years (!!) playing Christine Daee in the Broadway National Tour of The Phantom of the Opera, Trista returned to NYC. She is incredibly thrilled to have been part of the closing cast of this amazing production.
Trista was named WTAM 1100 Cleveland's Citizen of the Week for her organization of Songs for the Cure, a benefit concert for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure