Hello, its me! Vaughn! 

I first discovered his love for the arts when he was the Lion in his middle school’s Wizard of Oz.  From then on I couldn’t stop performing! One of my most life changing theatre experiences was during his senior year of high school, he co-created an acting company, Acting Innocent, founded on the basis of acting for social change. This company went on to have a full successful three-show season https://tucson.com/entertainment/arts-and-theatre/high-school-students-start-own-theater/article_28c7c789-1d1c-55b4-9227-f564b30373f8.html https://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/reality-check/Content?oid=6602726. I have since trained and honed in on his performing abilities over his time at Arizona State University. He will be graduating ASU with a Bachelors of Music in Musical theatre performance in 2020. Some of Vaughn’s most proud roles include “Don Lockwood” in Singin’ In The Rain and “Cornelius Hackl” in Hello, Dolly! both at Hale Centre Theatre . Some of Vaughn’s most proud shows to be apart of include Timothy in Hand To God at Phoenix Theatre and Stray Cat Theatre and Doctor in A New Brain at Arizona State University.

I mostly recently performed his showcase in NYC during the covid-19 pandemic, I escaped with out symptoms. Here is my showcase package!

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Hale Centre Theatre

Hello, Dolly!

“Vaughn Sherman and Allan DeWitt are excellent, with Sherman’s soaring voice contributing to gorgeous versions of his numbers, including “It Only Takes a Moment.”

Gil Benbrook, Talkin’ Broadway

Hale Centre Theatre

Singin’ In The Rain

“As Don, Vaughn Sherman is full of charm and delivers an engaging portrayal of a young man who is head over heels in love with Kathy.”

Gil Benbrook, Talkin’ Broadway

Phoenix Theatre and StrayCat Theatre

Hand to God

“One of the most enjoyable performances was from ASU student Vaughn Sherman, who commanded the stage as the rebellious and misogynistic Timothy. Despite his character’s blatant hatred and poor attitude, Sherman infused charm and hilarity into his role, making him oddly likable in spite of all the horrible ways he spoke to his fellow students, especially Jessica (Michelle Chin).”

Serena O’Sullivan, The Downtown Devil

Vaughn Sherman is a great bad boy whose lust and lack of inhibitions rattle the basement walls.

Herbert Paine, Broadway World

“Vaughn Sherman is sublime as Timothy, who starts out cocky but ends up demoralized based on a series of hilarious setbacks.”

Gil Benbrook, Talkin’ Broadway


Musical Theatre Repertoire

Pass The Football – Wonderful Town
Ten Minutes Ago – Cinderella
In A Crowd Of Thousands – Anastasia The Musical
Man in The Mirror – A Man of No Importance


King Leer Act 1 Scene 2 Edmund (Dramatic Shakespeare)
Crashing The Party – Josh Tobiessin (Comedic Contemporary)



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