PERFORMANCE

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November 9, 2019:  Benefit for the Ozark Medical Center Foundation, West Plains Civic Center West Plains, Missouri.  Performance times: 6:30 - 9:30 pm. Open to the public.  

 

December 16, 2019: Sight & Sound Christmas Party. The Chateau on the Lake, 6:00 - 9:00 pm. Private Party.

 

February 8, 2020:  Valentine Event performance.  The Waterford, 1131 E. Lakewood, Springfield, MO.  Performance from 2:00-400pm. 

 

 

April 18, 2020: Benefit for the St. Louis Opera at the St. Louis Club, St. Louis, Missouri.  Performance times: 6:30-8:30 pm. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio and raised in Brandon, Florida, Donna Rastorfer now calls Branson, MO home. She has a BFA in Musical Theatre from Florida State University and was in the Acting Intern Program at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, GA.  Recently, Donna returned to the Tent Theatre stage in Springfield, MO as the Duchess Estonia Dulworth in the 2017 production of “Nice Work if You Can Get It”. Donna made her debut at Tent Theatre in 2016 as Mayor Matilda in "All Shook Up" and Mrs Higgins in "My Fair Lady". In Branson, Donna has performed in the gospel musical comedy “Smoke on the Mountain” and in Silver Dollar City’s productions of, “Hotrods and Hairdos”, “Headin’ West” and “A Dickens Christmas Carol”.  She was also in the quartet of “Steppin Out” on The Showboat Branson Belle. She was honored to sing in the ensemble for Sandi Patty’s 4th of July performance on the Branson Landing. Prior to moving to Branson, Donna performed at Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, on cruise ships and in theatres across the country. Donna’s career also includes work in film, commercials and voiceovers. She is currently a paraprofessional at Cedar Ridge Elementary and has taught drama for several local homeschool co-ops and churches. Donna is the founder of the nonprofit arts organization The Southern Missouri Arts Connection. She is excited to be singing with Caduceus and dedicates her performances to her late father, David Frotscher, who is responsible for Donna’s love of big band music.