Kate played Elsa in The Belmont Theatre’s 2019 production of Disney’s Frozen Jr.! Frozen Jr. was just released in 2019 and brings Elsa, Anna, and the magical land of Arendelle to life onstage. The show features all of the songs from the animated film, plus five new songs written for the Broadway production Frozen. Check out Fox 43’s interview: The York Dispatch did an awesome photo spread! Here’s ABC27 News article about the show. Here’s Broadway World’s article about the show: The Belmont Theatre is happy to extend all tickets for just $15 each with a three week run to …
Kate returned to Feinstein’s/54 Below on April 8, 2019, where she performed in the Feintein’s/54 Below’s 2019 Young Voices For Change Caberet! She was a featured singer in It’s A Man’s World by James Brown and Applause from the musical Applause.
Kate played Fantine in Les Misérables at SALT Performing Arts in Chester Springs, PA! The show ran February 14 – 24, 2019. It was Kate’s debut performance at SALT Preforming Arts!
Kate performed in the Feintein’s/54 Below’s 2018 Young Voices For Change Caberet! She was the featured singer in Lady Gaga’s Til It Happens To You and was part of the group of Broadway performers and future Broadway stars, that kicked off the March for Our Lives in NY, with the song “Shine,” written by Sawyer Garrity and Andrea Pena, survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High School massacre in Florida.
Kate Vohs enjoyed singing This Time from the musical Now Hear This at he Ephrata Performing Arts Center’s 2018 Fall Young Artist Cabaret, Sept 21-22, 2018. Check out this video!
Kate played Elle Woods in Legally Blonde at The Allenberry Playhouse in Boiling Springs! The show ran October 12 & 13 at 7:30 pm and October 14 at 2:00 pm. It was the debut performance for Keystone Youth Theatrics keystonetheatrics.com and Kate’s debut performance at The Allenberry Playhouse!
Kate performed as a Featured Singer in the Stagedoor Manor’s 2018 “Our Time” Cabaret.
Kate played Shawn Christianson in the Stagedoor Manor’s 2018 Smile, where she won Best Major Supporting Actress in a Musical.
Look for Kate as Little Red in Into the Woods at The Belmont Theatre in York! Check out the entire cast. The show runs February 16 – 25, 2018 – Get your tickets here.
Kate played Bet and the Milkmaid in The Belmont Theatre’s 2017 Oliver! Check out Fox 43’s review: Check out the Broadway World review! Keep your eye peeled and your ears open not just for Erin Kelly’s Nancy but for Kate Latta Vohs from Mechanicsburg, who appears as Nancy’s friend Bet. She’s already trained with Juilliard, she’s got a voice that won’t quit, she makes a mountain of a small part, and she’s fourteen. If you see her now, chances are you’ll be saying “I saw her when” some time in the future.
Kate performed in the Feintein’s/54 Below’s 2017 Erik’s Wish Benefit.
Kate played Rafiki in the Ephrata Performing Arts Center’s 2017 The Lion King Jr. She designed and applied her own make-up. Check out this 30 second clip showing the entire process: Here’s the entire show: Here is the post from EPAC’s website” Read the original article!
Kate played Grizabella in the Gettysburg Community Theatre’s 2017 Cats. Check out the Broadway World article: CATS Musical To Help SPCA
Kate performed as a Singer in the Stagedoor Manor’s 2017 “Our Time” Cabaret.
Kate played a Woman and a Soul Singer in the Stagedoor Manor’s 2017 Jesus Christ Superstar.
Kate played the Good Witch at the Gamut Theatre’s 2017 The Wizard of Oz.
Kate played Rafiki in the Ephrata Performing Arts Center’s 2017 The Lion King Jr. Watch Kate put her own make-up on as she transforms into Rafiki in 30 seconds! Check out the article in Lancaster Online: Behind the scenes at ‘Disney’s Lion King Jr.’ at EPAC can get pretty wild
Kate played a Singer in the Stagedoor Manor’s 2016 A Little Night Music.
Kate play a Dwarf in the Gamut Theatre’s 2016 Snow White.
Kate played the Monkey King in the Gamut Theatre’s 2015 Journey To The West. Check out the Broadway World announcement: Gamut Theatre Group’s Young Acting Company Presents JOURNEY TO THE WEST Check out the Sentinel‘s article: Show based on Chinese literature takes performing youth on journey “I start out arrogantly brash,” said 11-year-old Kate Latta, of Mechanicsburg, who will share the Monkey King role with Kassidy Kramer, an experienced gymnast, in Gamut’s show. “I cause a lot of trouble, but I learn a lot along the way.”