Matthew Selby is a musician, music producer, and composer. Over the span of his 20 years as a professional performer, he has toured 4 continents and the 50 states, working with legends like Ray Charles, Kenny Loggins, Natalie Cole, and Bobby McFerrin. Since 2006, Matthew has worked for Disney as Music Producer, producing shows for Disney Theme Parks around the globe. As a composer, he has written (and produced) for several award-winning CDs. His compositions have been used in TV, commercials, and his vocal arrangements have garnered praise worldwide. His love for vocal music has lead him to being a session singer for TV and Film projects. Matthew’s skill as a beatboxer has been described as “world-class," and he rarely refuses an opportunity to rhythmically spit into a mic. Matthew currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, two children, and three dogs.
Jim was born and raised in southern California, beginning his performing career at age 16. Jim has performed in productions in New York, Nashville, Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas and Southern California. Stage credits include Billy Crocker in Anything Goes, Che in Evita, Master of Ceremonies in Cabaret, Will Rogers in Will Rogers Follies, Cornelius Hackle in Hello Dolly, John Jaspar in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Phantom in Yestin and Kopit's Phantom, The Governor in Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Bailey in Barnum, Hajj in Kismet, Rooster in Annie and many others. Jim has also performed his solo cabaret act on board Seabourn Cruise lines, traveling throughout eastern and western Europe and southeast Asia. He currently performs at The Disneyland Resort, featured in The Dapper Dans and Frozen Live at the Hyperion Theatre.
Raeleen is known throughout the Southern California area as the “go-to" performer. She is equally at home onstage, hosting, or as part of the production team. Raeleen has a long time affiliation with the Walt Disney Company, and has worked as a dancer, hostess, vocalist and assistant show director and choreographer with numerous show, tour, industrial, and corporate event credits. Selected regional credits include The Radio City Rockettes (Rockette), Ziegfeld’s Favorite in Will Rogers Follies and Fraulein Kost in Cabaret. Raeleen is married to high school sweetheart Tim Juliano, and they have three beautiful children Zane, Noah and Hannah.
Bryan Chadima is a writer, musical director, arranger, and singer. He was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and graduated from Western Michigan University. He has toured nationally and recorded albums with numerous vocal groups and shows including Blind Man's Bluff, Gold Company, Chicago Voice Exchange, Ac Rock, Vybration, Vox Lumiere, and The Three Waiters. His musical directing credits include Klub Kokomo and Baby It's You. Bryan arranges most of the material performed by the Vantastix. His solo album and original music can be found on iTunes.
Originally from Orlando, Florida, Greg Whipple presently resides in LA where he has become an accomplished and sought after performer, educator and session singer. His career thus far has allowed him to work with such luminaries as Burt Bacharach, David Foster, David Maddux, Danny Elfman, Adele, Brian McKnight, Judith Hill, Roger Daltry, Frankie Valli and Deke Sharon. Greg received his B.A. in Music from Florida State University and is also an accomplished songwriter, producer and arranger having toured and recorded as a member of the world renown vocal jazz and a cappella groups: m-pact, Sixth Wave, Vybration, and LA’s own supergroup, Voasis. He has also performed in several vocal and choral groups at both Walt Disney World in Florida (Four For a Dollar), Disneyland Resort (Groove 66 and Voices of Liberty) as well as Universal Studios (Florida and California – Hi-Tones). Greg’s voice (both choral and occasionally solo) can be heard on many projects in film: Pitch Perfect 2, Rogue One, Sing, Zootopia, Ice Age 3 & 4, Toy Story 3, Star Trek 1-3, Avatar, Oz: The Great & Powerful, The Hangover 3, Planes, Monsters University, Godzilla and many, many others; TV: Family Guy, The Voice, The Simpsons, The Acadamy Awards, Hart of Dixie, American Dad, The Neighbors, Sofia The First, The Lion Guard and Futurama; Commercials: Microsoft, Subway, Jack In The Box, and 21st Century; and major-label recordings: Muse, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Andrea Bocelli, Aaron Carter and Jackie Evancho. He also lent his talent to the intriguing silent-movie/stage recreation phenomenon, Vox Lumiere as the voice of Quasimodo in the live production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. In Greg’s spare time, he has enjoyed putting on the indie-rock singer “hat" and gigging with local bands Frankie Goes to North Hollywood, Temperamentals, and The Bone Yard. Additionally, Greg has been the music and choir director for the past 13 years at Congregational Church of the Chimes in Sherman Oaks.