36 min

S1E12: A Broadway Dream Realized (Kayla Davion, Performer‪)‬ Our Call to Beneficence

    • Education

Kayla Davion graduated from Ball State in 2017 with a degree in musical theatre from our College of Fine Arts. Before she even finished her undergraduate career, Kayla landed a part in her first Broadway show, Waitress.

Since that initial opportunity, she’s consistently appeared in several shows on the Great White Way, landing roles in the musicals King Kong and Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. 

In this episode, Kayla describes how discovering theater helped her find her path in life and she talks about several Ball State professors who were instrumental to her extraordinary success.

She also shares how she stays healthy enough to perform as Tina Turner on stage (“I wish you could see my drawer of vitamins!”) and what advice she’d give to other performers wanting to pursue their own creative dreams.   

If you enjoy this episode, please leave a review to support the show. 
 

Kayla Davion graduated from Ball State in 2017 with a degree in musical theatre from our College of Fine Arts. Before she even finished her undergraduate career, Kayla landed a part in her first Broadway show, Waitress.

Since that initial opportunity, she’s consistently appeared in several shows on the Great White Way, landing roles in the musicals King Kong and Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. 

In this episode, Kayla describes how discovering theater helped her find her path in life and she talks about several Ball State professors who were instrumental to her extraordinary success.

She also shares how she stays healthy enough to perform as Tina Turner on stage (“I wish you could see my drawer of vitamins!”) and what advice she’d give to other performers wanting to pursue their own creative dreams.   

If you enjoy this episode, please leave a review to support the show. 
 

36 min

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