Webster University Freshman/Vocal Performance Major, Olivia Bosaw is spotlighted. For someone so young, this talented singer/dancer/actress is already landing leading roles in local musical theater and is an accomplished classical singer who was selected to appear with Terry Barber in the Artist’s for a Cause“ Andrew Lloyd Weber” Review at the Sheldon. We learn how her innate talents were cultivated at an early age and watch her career’s evolution through performance clips from her primary school – high school, local theater starring roles, Artists For a Cause duet with Terry Barber at the Sheldon, Webster University’s Opera Scenes and her moving Puccini aria solo, “O Mio Babbino Caro” accompanied by Donna Vince.
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