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What's Next, kendall?

I am over the moon to announce that I will be singing and dancing all summer long at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio! It has been a goal of mine to book a contract at CP, so I am elated to be a lead vocalist and dancer in "The Rally" and vocalist in "Boardwalk Nights" this summer. 

More to come soon! Stay tuned :)


Legally Blonde

Elle Woods

OHMIGOD YOU GUYS! I had the privilege of playing Elle Woods in my final semester at Belmont about a DREAM! 

"Played in the performance reviewed by the sublimely talented Bryant (who very well seems to have been born to take on the role), Elle is confident and commanding, fashionable and fit and is brought to life onstage via the actor’s superb vocal performance, impressive dancing skills and unerring ability to deliver every line – in fact any line, no matter how inane or, conversely, vital to the plot – with conviction and authenticity. From her very first moment onstage, at the climax of the signature show-opening “Omigod You Guys,” to her show-ending valedictory address, Bryant’s Elle is always in her element, while almost always onstage and dressed in costumer Melissa Durman’s stylish pink ensembles, showing off her remarkable stage presence in the process. Likewise, In her big 11 o’clock number – “Legally Blonde” – Bryant virtually stops the show."

- Jef Ellis, Broadway World

Below you will find a link to the Legally Blonde Broadway World article, detailing our production at Belmont! 

Directed by David Shamburger.

Presented in the Fisher Center for Performing Arts. 



Feels Like Home is a part of the Belmont University Senior Show series within the School of Music BFA requirements. The show included a character study of Molly in Ghost, a composer study of Jeanine Tesori's work, and a cabaret section with pop, classical, and musical theatre selections.

If you'd like to watch, here is the link! 


"Ocean" in Ride the Cyclone

Street Theatre Company - Nashville, TN.

"Bryant’s performance as Ocean O’Connell Rosenburg (the type-A academic all-star and wannabe mean girl at St. Cassian’s) allows her to show off her considerable stage presence while delivering her musical numbers with enviable style and substance. Bryant builds upon the promise of her every earlier performance with this one, which easily could catapult her to stardom under different circumstances." - Jef Ellis, BroadwayWorld


Recently Awarded "OUTSTANDING ENSEMBLE" and "OUTSTANDING MUSICAL" in the 2024 Nashville First Night Awards. 



Link to Broadway World Review: 


Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Directed by Baayork Lee

“A Chorus Line” is a story about aspiring Broadway dancers competing for a spot in an upcoming Broadway show. Faced with the task to “talk about themselves”, they express their need to be cast in the upcoming Broadway hit during their audition. It is a dance-heavy show, with no intermission!

Directed by the Original Broadway Cast’s “Connie  Wong”, Baayork Lee.

Maggie - ACL
George Cast Picture

"Dot" in Sunday in the Park with George

Belmont University Student-Directed Performance

“Sunday In the Park With George” is inspired by artist George Seurat and his painting “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grand Jatte”. With book by James Lapine and music by Stephen Sondheim, the story follows George as he is deeply immersed in his painting. Dot has always been a dream of mine, and I feel so lucky to portray her character in this beautiful story.



Belmont University - Directed by Casey Hebbel

“And The World Goes ‘Round” is a musical theatre revue showcasing the songs of John Kander and Fred Ebb. Including “All That Jazz”, “Maybe This Time”, and “New York, New York”, the revue is a celebration of shows such as Chicago, Cabaret, New York, New York, and Kiss of the Spider Woman.

Role: “All That Jazz” soloist, Dance Captain, Choreographer


Jr Recital

All That Matters: Junior Recital
January 2023 - Belmont University

The BFA Musical Theatre Program at Belmont University requires all juniors to complete a Junior Cornerstone, which includes performing a 25 minute junior recital. The requirements include singing from 5 different decades. Students must display strong performance in multiple different styles of music.
Art is Calling For Me - The Enchantress
All That Matters - Finding Neverland
I'm Going in for Love - Cole Porter
I'd Give It All For You - Songs for a New World
No Good Deed - Wicked
Cry Me A River - The Girl Can't Help It
Don't You Worry 'B
out A Thing - Stevie Wonder

Into The Woods

Belmont University - Directed By David Shamburger

I was lucky enough to play Rapunzel in “Into the Woods” with music by Stephen Sondheim and book by James Lapine. It is centered around a witch who tasks a childless baker and his wife to gather fairytale items so that they may bear a child. Along the way, they meet characters like Cinderella, Rapunzel, Little Red Ridinghood, and Jack and the Beanstalk.


Nominated for “Best Supporting Actor”  First Night Awards by Jef Ellis

Into the Woods

Holiday World & Splashin' Safari

RWS Entertainment - Cody Westbrook
Holiday World - Amanda Ellsworth

Holiday World is a theme park in Santa Claus, Indiana which includes four Holiday parks and Splashin’ Safari waterpark. I performed May through August in Pop show “Beach Blast at the Bay” as a singer, dancer, and swing as well as serving as Dance Captain. I also performed in “Light Up the Night with DJ Illuminate” as a dancer, and double cast as DJ Illuminate.

42nd Street

Belmont University - Directed by David Shamburger

“42nd Street” is a stage musical by Stewart & Bramble. It follows chorus girl Peggy Sawyer, who is trying to make the chorus line in the Broadway production of “Pretty Lady”. After having to prove herself while running into several obstacles, she makes it into the chorus, and eventually stars in the production. The show is dance heavy, including Ballet and Tap styles.

Role: Winnie & Dance Ensemble



Belmont University - Directed by David Shamburger

“Urinetown” is a musical comedy written by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis. The satire depicts a failing water corporation charging the poor to use the bathroom. The poor rise against the rich to change the law. The musical includes songs like “Privilege to Pee” and “Run Freedom, Run”.

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