Antonia Vivino

Antonia Vivino discovered her passion for performing at the tender age of eight. At the Pacific Festival Ballet, the resident ballet company at the Fred Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks, she performed numerous principal and featured roles, including The Secret Garden, The Sea Princess, Noah’s Ark, The Sleeping Beauty and the annual Nutcracker.  A passion for live theatre quickly evolved, which led to principal and featured roles with Cabrillo Music Theatre (resident regional theatre company at the Fred Kavli Theatre, now known as 5-Star Theatricals). Regional credits with CMT include Annie (with Sally Struthers), Meet Me In St. Louis, Bye Bye Birdie and Oklahoma!. 

In high school, Antonia was part of a contemporary a cappella group known as Abbe Road, and was subsequently cast in a major motion picture (20th Century Women starring Annette Benning) as an a cappella choir singer, after being spotted at a live featured performance.  Antonia recorded over 100 songs for Robby Robinson (musical director for Frankie Valli) for his VBS Concordia children’s Christian label while in high school and also honed her choreographic skills with many dance projects. She was a featured dancer for Kaleidoscope – a celebrity choreographer’s dance intensive performance featuring the works of Alex Magno (Madonna, SYTYCD) and Sean Cheesman (SYTYCD, DWTS), among others. 

Musical theatre awards include: 2015 National Youth Award (Best Supporting Actress) for her portrayal of Lucy in 13, The Musical (dir. Barry Pearl with Panic!Productions),  top finalist for best actress at the 2016 Jerry Herman Awards (Pantages Theatre) for her portrayal of Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family and the 2017 National Youth Award – Artist of the Year for her portrayal of Georgia Hendricks (plus full original choreography) in Curtains, as well as for her portrayal of Ariel in The Little Mermaid.

After graduating high school in May 2017, Antonia and her sister Natalia had the special honor of performing with Susan Egan at a concert for the arts, entitled, Susan Egan – The Belle of Broadway & Friends.  Two months later, Antonia booked her first National Tour with McCoy-Rigby Entertainment in Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.  More recently, Antonia was the voice of Hermione Grainger for an upcoming Harry Potter video game (Brightskull Entertainment Group). Now at the age of nineteen, she performed as both Young Anna & Young Elsa et al. (various extra ensemble roles) in the AGVA Union Show Frozen – Live!  (Hyperion Theatre) and as featured character Sal in the Red Car Trolley Show at Disneyland’s California Adventure Park. 

Antonia is currently performing at the 2019 Disney23Expo, the largest Disney convention in the world.

Antonia is represented by:
DDO Artists Agency – Anthony Boyer
Anthony@ddoagency.com
4605 Lankershim Blvd.
Suite 340N.
Hollywood, CA 91602
(323) 462-8000

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Antonia Vivino

Antonia Vivino discovered her passion for performing at the tender age of eight. At the Pacific Festival Ballet, the resident ballet company at the Fred Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks, she performed numerous principal and featured roles, including The Secret Garden, The Sea Princess, Noah’s Ark, The Sleeping Beauty and the annual Nutcracker.  A passion for live theatre quickly evolved, which led to principal and featured roles with Cabrillo Music Theatre (resident regional theatre company at the Fred Kavli Theatre, now known as 5-Star Theatricals). Regional credits with CMT include Annie (with Sally Struthers), Meet Me In St. Louis, Bye Bye Birdie and Oklahoma!. 

In high school, Antonia was part of a contemporary a cappella group known as Abbe Road, and was subsequently cast in a major motion picture (20th Century Women starring Annette Benning) as an a cappella choir singer, after being spotted at a live featured performance.  Antonia recorded over 100 songs for Robby Robinson (musical director for Frankie Valli) for his VBS Concordia children’s Christian label while in high school and also honed her choreographic skills with many dance projects. She was a featured dancer for Kaleidoscope – a celebrity choreographer’s dance intensive performance featuring the works of Alex Magno (Madonna, SYTYCD) and Sean Cheesman (SYTYCD, DWTS), among others. 

Musical theatre awards include: 2015 National Youth Award (Best Supporting Actress) for her portrayal of Lucy in 13, The Musical (dir. Barry Pearl with Panic!Productions),  top finalist for best actress at the 2016 Jerry Herman Awards (Pantages Theatre) for her portrayal of Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family and the 2017 National Youth Award – Artist of the Year for her portrayal of Georgia Hendricks (plus full original choreography) in Curtains, as well as for her portrayal of Ariel in The Little Mermaid.

After graduating high school in May 2017, Antonia and her sister Natalia had the special honor of performing with Susan Egan at a concert for the arts, entitled, Susan Egan – The Belle of Broadway & Friends.  Two months later, Antonia booked her first National Tour with McCoy-Rigby Entertainment in Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.  More recently, Antonia was the voice of Hermione Grainger for an upcoming Harry Potter video game (Brightskull Entertainment Group). Now at the age of nineteen, she performed as both Young Anna & Young Elsa et al. (various extra ensemble roles) in the AGVA Union Show Frozen – Live!  (Hyperion Theatre) and as featured character Sal in the Red Car Trolley Show at Disneyland’s California Adventure Park. 

Antonia is currently performing at the 2019 Disney23Expo, the largest Disney convention in the world.

Antonia is represented by:
DDO Artists Agency – Anthony Boyer
Anthony@ddoagency.com
4605 Lankershim Blvd.
Suite 340N.
Hollywood, CA 91602
(323) 462-8000

YOUTUBE
INSTAGRAM
WEBSITE