Born on the High Seas, The Swing It! Girls came together in 2011 with a mutual love for the fabulous music of the 1930s, 40s and 50s. With a large repertoire of songs made famous by the likes of The Boswell Sisters, The Andrews Sisters, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Peggy Lee and Doris Day they are sure to be the perfect entertainment for your event.
Erin is so proud to bring together this amazing group of ladies! A native of Whitehall, Pennsylvania, Erin is a graduate of The Hartt School (BFA Music Theatre) and now resides in Las Vegas, NV. She’s been seen in productions throughout the USA, Canada, and on the high seas, where she met her two extremely talented "Swing It! Girls" founding partners! Erin is currently starring as Monica Geller in the Las Vegas cast of FRIENDS the Musical Parody, and is a touring cast member of Girls Night the Musical (Carol/Liza) and Pin Ups On Tour (Lead Singer). Favorite credits include Les Miserables (Md. Thenardier), The Wedding Singer (Julia), Merrily We Roll Along (Beth), Cuff Me: the Unauthorized 50 Shades Parody (Ana Steele), Mame (Gloria), Shout! The Mod Musical (Red), Leading Ladies (Audrey), and Grease (Sandy). “It is truly an honor to know that we are helping to keep memories alive and hopefully creating some new ones to cherish! Love always to my family and unending thanks to my friends and supporters who continue to help make my dream a reality!"
Jenna is very excited to be joining the cast of Swing It! in Las Vegas. She is always looking for a new performance adventure and opportunity to travel, so this show is a perfect fit! Originally from Southern Maryland, Jenna currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada and is thrilled to be performing with such talented ladies. She has performed with Norwegian Cruise Line, including originating roles onboard their newest ships, Spirit Entertainment, summer theatres across the country, and many small productions on the East Coast. She also has recording and TV/film credits, and was honored as a featured singer at the Italian Lyric Academy in Rome, Italy. Visit her website for more information.
Kara is a born and raised Southern California girl who has been singing professionally since the age of 12. Most recently, she has been entertaining as a leading production show vocalist all around the world on cruise ships for Holland America Cruise Line for the past 5 years. Some of her regional credits include: Jo March (Little Women), Ann Collier (1940’s Radio Hour), and Lily St. Regis (Annie). Kara is currently residing and working in Las Vegas as a new local resident and is very excited for her new adventure in “Sin City” alongside the Swing It! Girls.
Brittany is so happy to be singing with the Swing It! Girls! She moved to Las Vegas in 2018 and teaches and directs at Broadway Kids Academy. Prior to Vegas, she worked as a performer around the world in musical theatre, cruise ships, theme parks and more. Favorite roles include Roxie Hart in Chicago, Susan in tick, tick…BOOM! and Delee in Smokey Joe’s Cafe. Brittany is originally from the Poconos in Pennsylvania and studied music theatre at Shenandoah University.
Bridget is honored to be able to harmonize with the beautiful ladies of The Swing it Girls!
She has been a native of Las Vegas, Nevada since the age of two and has always had a fascination with anything creative and glamorous. She is currently a Gondolier at the Venetian, and part of a duo called “Sudden Siren.” Her favorite roll she has played is “Sally” in “You’re a Good man Charlie Brown.” Bridget grew up singing in choirs and loves any chance she can get to combine her skills with the talents of others. She is very excited to travel back to the 1940’s with the cast of "Swing It!"
Jenelle Catherina is very excited to be joining the Swing It! Girls in the new decade! She is a vocalist/actress based in Las Vegas, originally being from Surrey, Canada, and currently attends UNLV as a Vocal Performance/Human Services double major finishing her last year of school. She also teaches beginning voice and piano and performs in various musical theatre and opera productions around the Las Vegas community. She is the lead singer of Jazzmin Vocal Band, and was last seen as the Extraordinary Girl in Majestic Repertory Theatre’s production of Green Day’s American Idiot and as the Sorceress in UNLV Opera’s production of Dido and Aeneas.
Phoebe has recently made her West End debut in the Original London Cast of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, before settling back in her small hometown outside of Melbourne. Phoebe’s professional training includes Dance (Danceworld Studios), Music Theatre (Victorian College of The Arts) and Performing Arts (Certificate IV - APO Arts Academy). Professional Australian theatre credits include: High School Musical – Live On Stage (Martha Cox), Merrily We Roll Along (Meg), Sugar (Ensemble), Flinders Street – A Swing Dance Musical (Stella - as part of Magnormos’ 2010 season of OzMade Musicals), and the Australian Premiere cast of John Bucchino’s It’s Only Life, which took her to New York City for a performance at the infamous Birdland Jazz Club. Phoebe has also appeared in two contracts with Norwegian Cruise Line as a Principle Singer where she met these wonderful talented ladies that make up Swing It!
Rosie is thrilled to be working with these two fabulous ladies on a truly special show. Theatre credits include Caterpillar/Butterfly - Alice in Wonderland (Must Opera House, Cairo), Spirit of the Beans - Jack and the Beanstalk (Theatre Royal Plymoth), Princess Barbara - The Apple Tree (The Rose and Crown Theatre), Mimi Steele - Fashion Victim The Musical (Cinema Museum), Natalie - Best of Friends (The Landor Theatre), lead vocals in the all-girl group Clique (UK and Asia tour), lead vocals on tour with Rap artist AKON (Blue Ice Productions), Fast Track musical review, That’s the Way I Like It. Rosie has also performed as a principal singer for Norwegian Cruise Line and Carnival Cruise Line. Film and TV: BBC’s Joy to the World Christmas Special (Partridge in a Pear Tree), as well as many Royal Variety shows for BBC. Training: Sylvia Young’s Theatre School and Laine Theatre Arts (UK). “Having been introduced to the swingin’ music of the Andrews Sisters as a child by my father Peter Glossop, it is a privilege to pay homage to them and other female artists in this entertaining and invigorating show. Love and thanks to my family for their never-ending support.”