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Always Something There, a new musical

Industry Reading

Jaylan is so thrilled to have partaken in the second industry reading of a new jukebox musical, Always Something There, playing the role of DUCKIE, the drummer in the show's lead band. One could say it's the feminist-Back To The Future; this musical juggles life between present day and the most eclectic decade - the 80s. Featuring hits from icons like Madonna, Whitney Houston, and Pat Benatar, Always Something There reflects on change, decisions, and what our heart truly desires. If you could go back in time and change one small instance, thus altering "life as you knew it," would you? Jaylan would like to thank Director, James Vásquez, Writer, Sandy Rustin (Broadway's The Cottage Play), Arranger/Orchestrator, Geoffrey Ko (Broadway's The Notebook Musical), Music Director, Andy Collopy, Jillian, Mel, Noelle, Fernando, Marques, the entire cast, and our rockstar producers: Michael Barra and Allison Bressi at Lively McCabe Entertainment.

Somewhere Over the Brooklyn Bridge

After five years, Jaylan cannot express enough joy and gratitude to have shared the stage with his childhood best-friend, Noelle Cornelius, in her debut solo-show, Somewhere Over the Brooklyn Bridge at the Green Room 42 in New York City. Noelle and Jaylan met their freshman year of high school at Weaver Academy, for the Performing and Visual arts, in downtown Greensboro. The two then went on to study Music Theatre at Elon University, and even Classical Acting across the pond for a semester abroad in London, United Kingdom. Jaylan states: "Noelle is one of one, the only one, and I would like to thank her for ten special, beautiful years of friendship, and the many more to come. "Tonight, we celebrate the star that is Noelle Cornelius. I love you, Noelle!"


SAG-AFTRA On Strike!

The careers of working class SAG-AFTRA memebers are in jeopardy because the AMPTP refuses to step into the 21st century. The future of the industry is at stake.


We are taking action NOW. We are SAG-AFTRA Strong and we are on strike.


Season 3 Confirmed!

Announced today, Spirit Rangers has been picked up for Season 3. Jaylan is elated to continue on this series and would like to thank Karissa Valencia for her constant hard-work, love, and support she unconditionally brings to this project.

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Season 2 Now Streaming

Spirit Rangers Season 2 is now streaming on Netflix! Be sure to grab your daughter, son, niece, nephew and tune in, as Jaylan voices several characters throughout the season. Here, Jaylan stands in-front of the Times Square billboard in New York City. He could not be more thrilled to share this season with everyone.

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54 Sings Songs for Change

Jaylan is thrilled to be joining the cast of 54 Sings Songs for Change at 54 Below this month. He would like to thank Director and Producer, Lake Sims-Winfrey, and Music Director, Jaelyn Alexander for the opportunity. 



Jaylan is now represented by AFA Prime Talent for his managerial representation.

Season 2 Date Confirmed

Spirit Rangers is coming back for Season 2, airing May 8th on Netflix. Jaylan returns in several episodes as Condor and Gem. He is so excited to continue highlighting the stories of Indigenous Peoples for another season following the show's initial drop last fall.

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