Julia Laskowski (Mavis) has performed extensively throughout Europe and the United States. She has performed most notably in concert in Italy (Gubbio, Lazise, Tolentino, Pinzolo and Pavia) and Frankfurt, Germany; the Amato Opera and the Off Broadway production of Miss Lulu in New York; recitals at the Disney Hall in Los Angeles; and every prominent theater in Houston, including the two premiere Broadway theaters: Theatre Under The Stars and the Alley Theater. She sang the title role in Always...Patsy Cline for 18 months - the longest running musical ever in Houston!


Julia is a graduate of California Institute of the Arts, where she began her career as an opera singer. Her operatic experience includes Micaela, Queen of the Night, Zerbinetta, Donna Elvira, Amina and Rosina. She is also known for her impeccable comedic talent as seen in her performance of Zombina in the musical comedy, Zombies from the Beyond. She performed the title role in the Off Broadway production of Miss Lulu and has also performed in an Italian tour, Il Mito Di Broadway. Julia maintains a very busy voice studio.



Patricia Rabaza (Myrtle) has performed at Carnegie Hall, Vatican City and Notre Dame. She has performed leading roles with Theater Under the Stars, Opera in the Heights, Opera of the Ozarks, Nacogdoches Repertory Opera, Oklahoma Lyric Theater, Houston Theater LaB, and performed as a guest artist with the Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra and San Angelo Orchestra. She created the role of Araminty Brown in the world premier musical, Grand National, through the educational outreach program of Houston Grand opera.


Her favorite roles include Cio Cio San in Madama Butterfly, Fiordiligi in Cosi Fan Tutte and Hildy in On The Town. Her acting credits include work with Houston Theater LaB, Third Coast Comedy, The Strand Theater in Galveston. She also played the lead role of Agnes in the independent short film, Jim and Agnes. She sang the world premiere of Still We Dance and has performed with Winton Marsalis.




Scott DelaCruz (Director - Tour) is a producing partner with All The Way Around.  He has worked primarily in theater as a General Manager, Director, Production Manager, Company Manager and Stage Manager.  Selected New York Credits include:  Bare the Musical,The Banana Monologues, Jump, Rooms a rock romance, The Tempermentals, Naked Boys Singing!, Musical of Musicals, Potted Potter, MotherLoad (NY & Natl Tour), Icons, Bash’d, Mulan: Musical Percussion Performance, Newsical, None of the Above, Enter Laughing, Thrill Me, Captain Louie, Falling For Eve, Yank, A Broadway Diva Christmas, Greener Grass, Sounds of the City, Out to Play.


He is a co-founder of the Toy Box Theatre Company.  Other NY Companies he has worked with include:  Tiffany Mills Dance Company, INTAR, Aulis Collective, Family Opera Initiative, Soho Rep.  TV:  The Brini Maxwell Show (Style Network).  Film:  Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna.  Industrials:  Hasbro.  Since 2007 he has been the head of production for the Tony Award winning producing and management company, Martian Entertainment.  Martian Entertainment most recent Broadway productions include:  Hedwig and the Angry Inch, The Normal Heart, The Best Man, Priscilla Queen of the Desert,and On A Clear Day You Can See Forever.


All The Way Around (Producer) is a NYC based production firm focusing on theater and film projects that tell strong, engaging stories. It was created by Chandler Wild and Scott DelaCruz in late 2011 after a number of years of collaboration.


With backgrounds in production, development, post, and web driven content the two strive to bring stories to life that deserve to be told. In addition to this project, current works-in progress include the feature length documentary “Mount Lawrence”, the short documentary “Changeover”, the feature “In The Rubber Room”, and Foreign Bodies a selection of plays from the playwright Charles Borkhuis.





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