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Guest Singers at St. Luke's

Downtown Campus:

Isaiah Bailey

Isaiah is thrilled to be back with his amazing St. Luke’s Family! He is a former Life Light Band member. You may have seen him leading worship on Sundays, at the Civic Center with Lyric Theatre or even downstairs at Poteet Theatre. Shortly after receiving his BM of Music in Vocal Performance from Oklahoma City University, Bailey left Oklahoma to continue his career as a performer at regional theatres around the country, but spent majority of that time at Sight and Sound Theatres in Branson, Mo. After three great years there, Bailey felt led to take a leap of faith and move to NYC. This Spring Bailey made his Off-Broadway Debut in Revelation, The Musical. God is definitely faithful and provides ways to share His love with so many and that is what Bailey vows to continue to do. You can find Bailey’s music on any digital music outlet. To stay updated with Bailey, please follow him on social media.  “To God be the glory! “

Chanda Graham

An attorney, administrative law judge and professional vocalist, no one who knows Chanda Graham is surprised to see her transition from the courtroom to the stage. Though a Musical Theatre novice, Chanda is no stranger to the performance stage. She made her debut as Motormouth Maybelle in the Sooner Theatre production of Hairspray and followed that up as Mother Superior in the rollicking comedy, Nunsense. With deep roots in gospel, Chanda has been blessed to share the stage with gospel giants Kirk Franklin, Donnie McClurkin, the Clark Sisters, and Kim Burrell, to name a few. Transitioning from gospel to jazz and blues was a natural progression in her musical expression. She has played with the best in local talent, including the Jeremy Thomas Quartet, Matt Stansberry and the Romance, Eldredge Jackson and Listening Pleasure, Taylormade Jazz, BluFonk, Mark Gibson, Jared Deck and many others. She was honored to perform with Blake Shelton on the NBC special “Clash of the Choirs,” and also appeared with Shelton in an opener for NASCAR. Chanda is also a studio vocalist, recording regularly for Grammy nominated, Wes Sharon at 115 Recording, The Music Group and independent music artists of every genre.

Two years ago, Chanda made her debut as a solo jazz and blues artist and has become one of the most sought-after singers in Oklahoma, appearing at the 2019 Bricktown Blues Festival, headlining the Arcadia Blues Festival in 2017, appearing as a featured artist for the Oklahoma Blues Society as well as Saints Sessions, Deep Deuce Sessions and City Sounds at Artspace at Untitled. On any Monday night, you can catch Chanda performing with the most incredible musicians in Oklahoma City as she co-hosts Live Jazz and Blues Mondays at ICE Event Center, which has quickly become an OKC destination for artists of world-wide acclaim. Presently, Chanda is working on tracks for her debut solo album.

Edmond Campus

Michael Andreaus

Elizabeth Burnett

Elizabeth is an OCU graduate (B.A. Voice) who lives in central Oklahoma City. She is a passionate jazz-enthusiast who loves listening to live music. Currently she is involved in worship at her local church.She could not be more delighted to be apart of this performance.Liz would like to thank her family and friends for support.

Credits: OCU performances Rent and Violet, OCU Gospel Choir President

Video Clips - Movies and Shows

Characters in the Show
  • Simba
  • Scar
  • Mufasa
  • Nala
  • Rafiki
  • Timon
  • Pumbaa
  • Zazu
  • Shenzi
  • Banzai
  • Ed
  • Sarabi
  • Young Simba
  • Young Nala
Musical Numbers

Act I

  • Circle of Life
  • Grasslands Chant
  • The Morning Report”
  • The Lioness Hunt
  • I Just Can’t Wait to Be King
  • Chow Down
  • They Live in You
  • Be Prepared
  • The Stampede
  • Rafiki Mourns
  • Hakuna MatataAct II
  • One by One
  • The Madness of King Scar
  • Shadowland
  • Endless Night
  • Can You Feel the Love Tonight
  • He Lives in You (Reprise)
  • Simba Confronts Scar
  • King of Pride Rock/Circle of Life(Reprise)