Perhaps best known to national audiences for providing the voice to the villainous ‘Prince Hans’ in Disney’s Academy Award-winning animated feature, Frozen. He was also seen in Universal Studio’s Sisters, starring opposite Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. On television he’s starred on The CW’s critically acclaimed musical comedy series, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” as Greg. Simultaneously, Santino played David Saperstein, opposite Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta, in NBC’s drama series, “Shades of Blue.” On stage, Santino most recently starred in God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater and 1776, as part of the New York City Center’s Encores! series, for which he received rave reviews. Santino’s portrayal of Moss Hart in Lincoln Center’s production of Act One, which was filmed for PBS, also received critical praise.
In 2013, Santino received a Tony Award nomination for his leading role as Prince Charming in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, and in 2012, he won Obie and Lucille Lortel awards for his acclaimed performance in Stephen Karam’s Sons of the Prophet. Santino’s other theatre credits include The Importance of Being Earnest (Clarence Derwent Award), A View From the Bridge, Brighton Beach Memoirs (Drama Desk Award), Billy Elliot, Zorba, and Sunday in the Park with George. As a vocalist, Santino has recently performed in jazz venues such as Lincoln Center’s Appel Room and Birdland. As an orchestra soloist, Santino has sung at Carnegie Hall, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and other top tier venues with symphonies, big bands, and smaller ensembles, including the New York Philharmonic, the New York Pops and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Santino has recently wrapped shooting “Singularity,” a pilot for FX from producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. His other television credits include guest stars on “The Good Wife,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Brain Dead,” and “Royal Pains.”
He can also be seen in the popular web series, “Submissions Only.” He has four independent film projects due to be released soon, including the romantic comedy, Off the Menu, the psychological thriller Impossible Monsters, the dramatic short Limit of Wooded Country, and the comedy Papercop.
Broadway: SpongeBob SquarePants (Sandy Cheeks), Spring Awakening (OBC), Wicked (Elphaba). Theater favorites: Sundown, Yellow Moon (WP Theater), Natasha, Pierre…Great Comet (ART), The Wildness (Ars Nova), Noir (NYSF & NAMT), The Threepenny Opera (Atlantic Theater). TV: “Instinct,” “The Good Fight,” “Bull” & “Elementary” (CBS). Film: The Post, creator and star of the web-series: “It’s Not Okay, Cupid” (Glamour.com). LaGuardia Arts and Vassar alum. www.lillicooper.com
Broadway: Jessica in Hand to God (Tony nomination), Muriel in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Kate/Lucy in Avenue Q, The 25th Annual Putnam Country Spelling Bee. Sarah also appeared as Jessica in MCC’s production of Hand to God, for which she received a Lucille Lortel nomination for her performance. Additionally, she played Annelle in Judith Ivey’s production of Steel Magnolias at the Alliance Theatre. Shakespeare in the Park: Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods. Off-Broadway/original cast recordings: Joanne in Vanities (Second Stage), Nazirah in The Road to Qatar (York Theatre). She also toured in the first national companies of Spelling Bee and Tommy Tune’s Dr. Doolittle. Sarah is the voice of Spider in the recording of Pasek and Pauls’ James and the Giant Peach. She is also the lead vocalist in Gary Lucas’s Fleischerei project, which features music from Max Fleischer’s Betty Boop and Popeye cartoons. @lulubellestiles. www.SarahStiles.net
John Behlmann is appearing next in Michael Friedman’s Gone Missing at Encores! Broadway: Significant Other, Journey’s End (Tony for Best Revival). Off-Broadway: 1776 (Encores), Pretty Filthy (Civilians), Important Hats of the 20th Century (MTC), The 39 Steps (New World Stages), Significant Other (Roundabout), Eager to Lose (Ars Nova), Wild Animals… (MCC), This Is Not J.A.W.S. (Dixon Place). Regional: Created the role of Nuke LaLoosh in the musical of Bull Durham (Alliance). Film: Wolf of Wall Street, Revolutionary Road, Above All Things, Block Island, and the upcoming Billy Crystal film, We Are Unsatisfied. TV: Agent Adams in Season 2 of “Riverdale,” “Good Behavior,” “Instinct,” “Odd Mom Out,” “Blue Bloods,” “The Good Wife.” Training: Wesleyan University, Denver Center..
Andy Grotelueschen has appeared Off-Broadway and around the world in Fiasco’s Into the Woods (Menier Chocolate Factory (London), Roundabout Theatre Company, McCarter Theatre Center, Old Globe; Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Revival and nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical), Twelfth Night (CSC), The Two Gentleman of Verona (Theatre for a New Audience, St. Clair Bayfield Award), Cymbeline (Theatre for a New Audience/Barrow Street Theatre), Measure for Measure (The New Victory Theater, Long Wharf Theatre) and The Imaginary Invalid (Old Globe). He also appeared on Broadway in Cyrano de Bergerac. His other New York credits include Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew (Theatre for a New Audience), the Cyclops in The Odyssey (Public Works at Delacorte Theater), and world premieres at 13P, The Exchange, and St. Ann’s Warehouse. Mr. Grotelueschen’s regional credits include Yale Repertory Theatre, American Repertory Theater, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Folger Theatre, Trinity Repertory Company, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Guthrie Theater, and all across the country with The Acting Company. He has appeared on television in “Elementary,” “The Good Wife,” “The Good Cop” and “The Knick.” His film credits include Still on the Road (PBS), Coin Heist (Netflix), Geezer, Land of Kings, and Tumorhead. He is a graduate of the Brown University/Trinity Repertory Company M.F.A. Program in Acting.
Julie Halston appeared on Broadway most recently in Scott Ellis’ revival of George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart’s You Can’t Take It With You, earning the Actors Equity Richard Seff Award as well as Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations. She has also been seen on Broadway in On the Town, Anything Goes, Hairspray, Gypsy, and On the Twentieth Century, for which she received an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination. Halston is a founding member of Charles Busch’s legendary theatre company, Theatre in Limbo, and has co-starred with Mr. Busch in numerous productions including Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, The Tribute Artist, and her Drama Desk Award nominated performances in The Divine Sister and Red Scare on Sunset. She was last seen off-Broadway in Richard Greenberg’s The Babylon Line at Lincoln Center Theater. Halston recently starred in both the McCarter Theater Center and Hartford Stage’s sold out productions of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express. Regionally, she has appeared in the Huntington Theatre Company’s adaptation of A Confederacy of Dunces and the Kennedy Center production of The Guardsman. She has appeared on television in a variety of series including “Difficult People,” Woody Allen’s “Crisis in Six Scenes,” and “Law & Order: SVU.” She is best known to television audiences for her roles as Bitsy Von Muffling from “Sex and the City” and Tina Carmello from “The Class.” She is a frequent co-host of the Emmy Award winning television series “Theater Talk.” In addition to her many award winning solo comedy performances, including her off-Broadway hit, Julie Halston’s Lifetime of Comedy, Miss Halston was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Off-Broadway Alliance.
Broadway: The Front Page, She Loves Me, On the Twentieth Century, Nice Work If You Can Get It (Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards), Born Yesterday, Memphis, Is He Dead, Spamalot (Tony and Drama Desk noms.), Wonderful Town, Little Me, Swinging On A Star (Theatre World Award, Drama Desk nom.), The Goodbye Girl, My Favorite Year. City Center Encores: DuBarry Was A Lady, The Boys From Syracuse, and Follies. Off-Broadway: The Government Inspector, The Cocoanuts, Forbidden Broadway, The Butter and Egg Man. Television: “The Martin Short Show.” Film: Changing Lanes, The Interpreter, Ira and Abbey.
Reg Rogers was most recently seen in The Iceman Cometh, opposite Denzel Washington, and in the Broadway production of Noel Coward’s critically acclaimed Present Laughter, opposite Kevin Kline and Cobie Smulders. Off-Broadway, he starred in the Yale Repertory Theatre’s production of An Enemy of the People, for which he received a Connecticut Critic’s Circle Award. He was also seen in the Public Theater’s Privacy and in the Tony-nominated Broadway revival of You Can’t Take It With You, opposite James Earl Jones and Rose Byrne. He starred as Smiley Coy in Roundabout Theater Company’s The Big Knife, directed by Doug Hughes, and starred in the Lincoln Center Theater’s A Free Man of Color, directed by George C. Wolfe. Rogers was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award for his performance in The Royal Family at MTC. He was also nominated for the Tony and Drama Desk Awards for his performance in Holiday at the Circle in the Square Theatre. On television, Rogers portrayed James Strobridge in the final season of AMC’s “Hell on Wheels” and Freddy Bensimon on CBS’s “Bull.” Other television credits include Cinemax’s “The Knick” directed by Steven Soderbergh, FX’s critically-acclaimed “The Americans,” Starz’s Golden Globe-nominated “Flesh and Bone,” and HBO’s Golden Globe-winning “Boardwalk Empire.” Other notable New York stage credits include All’s Well That Ends Well and Measure for Measure, both for Shakespeare in the Park; Bruce Norris’s The Pain & The Itch (Playwrights Horizons); Richard Greenberg’s The Dazzle, for which he won an OBIE and a Lucille Lortel Award; Bach at Leipzig (NYTW); and as the title role in Cellini by John Patrick Shanley (Second Stage)
Broadway: Anastasia. Off-Broadway: Trip of Love. Tour: Elf. BFA, University of Arizona. Endless thanks to this wonderful creative team and my personal team of supporters- MSA, Mommy, Jordan, M&M, Daddy, and my teachers past and present!
(Swing/Dance Captain; Associate Choreographer) Broadway: Sunset Boulevard, Holiday Inn, Honeymoon in Vegas. Off-Broadway/NYC: Piece of my Heart (Signature), Hey, Look Me Over (Encores!). Tour/Regional: White Christmas (1st National) H2$ (Kennedy Center), Moonshine (DTC). B.F.A. University of Oklahoma. Love to family, friends, and all the teachers along the way. @brbusby www.BarryBusby.com
Broadway: On the 20th Century (Imelda Thornton), Bye Bye Birdie (Gloria Rasputin), Curtains, The Pajama Game, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Kiss Me, Kate, Damn Yankees!, Crazy For You, A Chorus Line (final cast of the original run). National tour: Cabaret with Joel Grey, also, Applause at Encores! PLC has been privileged to play roles in regional theaters across the country, most recently, Souvenir (Florence Foster Jenkins) at New Harmony Theatre and The Comedy of Errors (The Courtesan) at Hartford Stage. TV appearances include “Younger” (Jackie Dunn), “The Sound of Music, Live” (Baroness Eberfeld; nun), “30 Rock” (Randi in the “Queen of Jordan” episodes), “Law & Order,” PBS’s “Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego?” (Medeva) with David Yazbek. In her early showgirl career, PLC made numerous appearances on “The Late Show with David Letterman” doing everything from singing political parody ditties to cooking mussels with Jacques Pepin. www.paulaleggettchase.com
Broadway: Sunset Boulevard (Heather, Betty u/s) and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Lucille). Tour: Beautiful (First Nat’l). New York City: Hey, Look Me Over! (Janie/Barbara, City Center Encores!), Stop the Virgens (IVB, St. Anne’s Warehouse). Favorite regional productions: Camelot (Guenevere, Westport Country Playhouse), Annie (Grace Farrell, The Muny), Into the Woods (Cinderella, TUTS), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Silvia, The Old Globe), and Dreamgirls (Deena Jones, NSMT). Concerts/Recordings: World Premiere of Andrew Lippa’s Unbreakable with the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (Ghostlight, 2018). BFA: The University of Michigan.
Broadway: Hello, Dolly (u/s Irene Molloy), An American in Paris, Honeymoon in Vegas, Cinderella, Chaplin, Follies, Finian’s Rainbow. City Center Encores: Fanny, Finian’s Rainbow. Chicago: War Paint at the Goodman Theater. TV: “Boardwalk Empire,” “The Knick,” “Tony Awards.” BFA from Florida State University.
Broadway: Hello, Dolly!, She Loves Me, On the Twentieth Century, Stephen Sondheim’s Follies, Holiday Inn, The Mystery of Edwin Drood starring Chita Rivera, A Chorus Line, Rock of Ages, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Frank Wildhorn’s Dracula, Annie Get Your Gun. She can be seen in the 2014 film, The Last Five Years and the BroadwayHD filmed versions of She Loves Me and Holiday Inn. Associate director/choreographer credits: Hugh Jackman: Broadway to Oz (Australian arena tour), The Cradle Will Rock starring Patti LuPone (The Acting Company), Rodger & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (national tour), “Sweeney Todd” starring Emma Thompson (NY Philharmonic, PBS). Jenifer is a proud graduate of the University of California at Irvine.
John Arthur Greene is proud to join this insanely talented creative team and cast to tell this wonderful story. Credits include: Theo, the lead singer of “No Vacancy,” in School of Rock (Broadway); “American Idol Season 15 – Farewell Season” (Featured Artist); Riff in West Side Story (Broadway); Doctor, U/S Mr. Wormwood in Matilda (Broadway); Robert Mullins in “Peter Pan Live” (NBC); Luke in Mim (Off-Broadway); Jonathan in Tick Tick Boom… (LA); Action in West Side Story (50th Anniversary European Tour), Jack Kelly in Newsies (Maltz Jupiter); and Riff in West Side Story (Boston Pops Symphony), just to name a few. He performs his solo music all over the world, most recently singing “Gethsemane” for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s New York Times Talk and “Jailhouse Rock” for Mike Stoller’s 80th Birthday Celebration. His singles “March On!,” “Hold Onto Me,” “Easy,” “Brooklyn” & his Debut EP “Shadows Of Light” are now available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and YouTube under his own record label JAG Records.
Drew King is a Massachusetts native and Fordham University graduate (Double BA in International Studies and Spanish). Broadway/Encores!: On the Twentieth Century (Porter, Astaire Award Winner), On Your Toes. Regional: Lyric Opera of Chicago, Paper Mill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Kennedy Center, Cape Playhouse, Ogunquit Playhouse. Film/TV: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” Instagram: @drewkingnyc.
Broadway: Monty Navarro in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Tony in Billy Elliot, Sunday in the Park with George and Les Misérables (Jean Valjean u/s). Regional: Tommy in Brigadoon (PCLO), Jimmy in Thoroughly Modern Millie (Paper Mill), Mr. Snow in Carousel (Connecticut Critics Circle Award nomination, Goodspeed Opera House), and David Sedaris’s one-man-show Santaland Diaries (Hartford TheaterWorks). TV: “The Good Fight” (CBS), “Elementary” (Recurring, CBS), “Boardwalk Empire” (HBO). Follow @JK_Ready and jeffkready.com.
Broadway: Cats. Off-Broadway: Grand Hotel, Paint Your Wagon, Piece of My Heart. National Tour: West Side Story (1st Nat’l). Regional: The Honeymooners (Paper Mill), How To Succeed… (Kennedy Center), Moonshine (Dallas Theatre Center), Secondhand Lions (5th Ave), and more. www.harrismilgrim.com
Broadway/New York: Les Misérables (2014 Revival; Javert, Bishop of Digne), Mamma Mia! (Original B’way Cast, Skye u/s), It’s a Bird, It’s…Superman! (Jim Morgan), and Paint Your Wagon (Edgar Crocker) for ENCORES! National Tours: Deaf West’s Big River (Mark Twain, Voice of Huck), The Phantom of the Opera (Raoul). TV: “All My Children,” “Medium,” “Bluebloods.” Training: CCM. Recently seen as Father in The Marriott Lincolnshire’s production of Ragtime.
Broadway: Anastasia, Holiday Inn, Cinderella, Annie (Star to Be), Nice Work If You Can Get It, Anything Goes (u/s Erma), West Side Story (Consuela). Tour: Chicago. NY: Encores! The Most Happy Fella, Bells Are Ringing. BFA, University of Michigan.
Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen, Aladdin, On The Twentieth Century, Bullets Over Broadway, Million Dollar Quartet, Ragtime, A Tale Of Two Cities, Urinetown, and The Full Monty. Off-Broadway credits include: Dogfight, Far From Heaven, Happiness, Closer Than Ever, and Silence! The Musical. Visit him at www.JamesMoye.com, and @JimMoye74.
Most recently seen as Ms. Krumholtz in the Kennedy Center production of How To Succeed… Other credits include Nicola on the Broadway National Tour of Kinky Boots, Casey in First Date at the Blumenthal PAC, Featured Ensemble and Eva u/s in the Broadway National Tour of Evita, Wendy in Mousical directed by Julie Andrews, Polly in Crazy For You at Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, and Ethel Toffelmeir, Marian u/s in Music Man at Arena Stage.
Nevada native and a University of Southern California alumna. Most recently seen in How To Succeed… at the Kennedy Center. Other theatre credits include: The Sting (Paper Mill Playhouse), Hey, Look Me Over! (New York City Center Encores!), Showstoppers (Las Vegas), and West Side Story (San Diego Musical Theatre). TV: “The Eric Andre Show,” “So You Think You Can Dance.”
Originally from Norfolk, Virginia, Mr. Wayne has been seen on Broadway in Anything Goes, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Pippin, and, recently, the 2018 Tony-winning revival of Once on This Island. His touring credits include A Chorus Line (Richie), The Color Purple, and Fame – The Musical (Tyrone). Currently, he stars as 1970’s disco legend Sylvester in the new show Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical. For more information, go to www.awayne.com or www.anthonyken.com, and be sure to follow: @mrawayne.
David Yazbek has become one of Broadway’s preeminent composer/lyricists. Three of his shows, The Full Monty, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown have been nominated for Best Score Tony Awards. He is a Tony Award winner for his most recent musical, The Band’s Visit, which opened on Broadway to rave reviews and has been named to every Best of the Year list for 2017. The show also received 10 Tony Awards, as well as the Lucille Lortel Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award, and the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best Musical. He’s also received three Grammy nominations and a Drama Desk Award. Yazbek won an Outstanding Writing Emmy Award for his stint on Late Night with David Letterman. He scored the last season of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, wrote the theme song to Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego, and has written hundreds of songs, scripts, scores and jingles for adult and children’s TV. As a recording artist, Yazbek is responsible for five albums—The Laughing Man, Tock, Damascus, Tape Recorder, and Evil Monkey Man. He has written and/or produced for such acts as XTC, Ruben Blades, The Persuasions, Joe Jackson, Tito Puente and many others. As a performer, he and his band are engaged in an ongoing series of monthly shows at NYC’s 54 Below club.
Robert Horn has written or co-written the books for Dame Edna, Back with a Vengeance; 13 with Jason Robert Brown; Moonshine: That Hee Haw Musical, with Shane McAnally and Brandy Clark; Lone Star Love with the Red Clay Ramblers; and Dandy with composer Andreas Carlsson. Mr. Horn has also made contributions to numerous large-scale live events, such as Bette Midler’s 2016 Divine Intervention world tour. He has written, created, or produced such television series as Designing Women, Living Single, High Society, The Jenny Rivera Show, Car Wash, and the Kelsey Grammar/Martin Lawrence series Partners, to name just a few. Mr. Horn’s film and teleplay credits also include Teen Beach Movie (and its sequel), Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure, Wild Life, and Good Advice.
Broadway: She Loves Me (Tony Award nomination, Outer Critics Circle nomination), You Can’t Take It With You (Tony Award nomination, Outer Critics Circle nomination), On the Twentieth Century (Outer Critics Circle nomination), The Elephant Man (Outer Critics Circle nomination), The Mystery Of Edwin Drood (Tony nomination), Harvey, Curtains (Tony nomination), The Little Dog Laughed (Lortel nomination), Twelve Angry Men (Tony nomination), The Man Who Had All The Luck, The Rainmaker, 1776 (Drama Desk, Tony nomination), Company, Steel Pier (Tony nomination), She Loves Me (First Revival, Tony nomination), A Month In The Country, Picnic. Off-Broadway: Amy and the Orphans, Dada Woof, Papa Hot (LCT), Tom Durnin, Gruesome Playground Injuries, Streamers, Good Boys And True, Entertaining Mr. Sloane, The Waverly Gallery, Flora, The Red Menace (Drama Desk nom), and The World Goes ‘Round (Drama Desk Award). TV: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” HBO’s “Divorce,” “A Christmas Story Live” (Fox), “Weeds” (EP), “30 Rock” (Emmy nomination, Best Director), “Modern Family.” Mr. Ellis is the Associate Artistic Director of Roundabout Theatre Company.
Recent credits include Holiday Inn, The New Irving Berlin Musical (Tony Award nomination); Honeymoon in Vegas (Broadway); Forum (Two River/ Williamstown Theatre Festival); Moonshine: That Hee Haw Musical (Dallas Theater Center); The Tempest (New York Shakespeare Festival); and Paint Your Wagon (NY City Center Encores!).
Music Supervisor | Vocal Arrangements
Andrea Grody is currently the Music Director and Supervisor of the Broadway musical The Band’s Visit. Recent projects include the world premieres of Shaina Taub’s As You Like It (Public Works), The Band’s Visit (Atlantic Theater Company), Cake Off (Signature Theatre/Bucks County Playhouse), The Fortress of Solitude (Public Theater/Dallas Theater Center), Unknown Soldier (Williamstown Theatre Festival), and Love’s Labour’s Lost (Public Theater/Shakespeare in the Park); and the regional premieres of The Great Immensity and Venice (Public Theater). Other favorites include Assassins (Yale Rep) and Robin Hood as Composer/Music Director (Williamstown Theatre Festival). Writing credits include the full-length musical Strange Faces and several songs for The Civilians’ Let Me Ascertain You series.
Broadway: Pretty Woman, Lobby Hero, She Loves Me (Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards), On the Twentieth Century (Tony nom.), You Can’t Take It With You (Tony nom.), Kinky Boots (Tony nom.), Lucky Guy (Tony nom.), Hairspray (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle noms.). Founder and President of Rockwell Group, an architecture firm. Honors: AIANY President’s Award, Cooper Hewitt National Design Award, Presidential Design Award.
William Ivey Long has over 70 Broadway design credits in addition to his work in television, film, opera, and ballet. He has designed for such artists as Mick Jag- ger, Siegfried and Roy, The Pointer Sisters, and Joan Rivers. Mr. Long has won 6 Tony Awards, with 15 nominations. He was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame in January 2006 and recently completed a 4-year elected term as Chairman of the American Theatre Wing.
Broad- way: Over fifty productions, two Tony awards (The Lion King, South Pacific) and thirteen Tony nominations. Recent projects include: My Fair Lady, Oslo, Anastasia, She Loves Me, Fiddler On The Roof, The King and I, On The Twentieth Century, The Bridges Of Madison County, Golden Boy, Spiderman, Ragtime, Movin’ Out, Bullets Over Broadway, many others. Television: “Smash” Seasons 1 and 2 (NBC-Dreamworks). Film: Oceans 8.
Over 35 Broadway designs including Mean Girls, Margaritaville, Springsteen on Broadway, War Paint, The Last Ship, Beautiful, If/Then, The Book of Mormon, Anything Goes, American Idiot, Next to Normal, Spring Awakening, Grey Gardens. Off-Broadway designs include Bowie’s Lazarus, Giant, Rent, Everyday Rapture, Saved, 10 Million Miles, and Bug. He is the recipient of Obie, Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk, Olivier and Tony awards.
London-born Paul Huntley has worked hundreds of Broadway shows, most memorably the original productions of Cats, Amadeus, Evita, The Producers, Sweeney Todd, and Hairspray. A recipient of the Drama Desk and Tony awards, he has also worked with the most legendary leading ladies of the cinema, ranging from Bette Davis and Marlene Dietrich to Scarlett Johansson.
Broadway: War Paint, Cabaret, Disgraced, Big Fish, Cinderella, Wit, Master Class, Good People, The Assembled Parties, LoveMusik, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Chaplin, The Addams Family, Young Frankenstein, Dreamgirls, …Edwin Drood, Sweeney Todd, Gypsy, Company, Sunday in the Park With George, The Color Purple, Memphis, A Little Night Music, Anything Does, Nice Work If You Can Get It, West Side Story, Rock of Ages, The Little Mermaid, Curtains.
Roundabout’s Director of Artistic Development, where he has cast over 75 shows. Aside from Roundabout, he has cast over 50 additional Broadway shows. Recent/upcoming Broadway: Moulin Rouge, Head Over Heels, Travesties, Harry Potter, Angels in America, Farinelli and the King. Off-Broadway: Beast in the Jungle, If I Forget, Love Love Love. London: Glengarry Glen Ross, Cat on A Hot Tin Roof. Film: The Seagull.
Dean is a Grammy- nominated recording engineer and music producer. Broadway: The Cher Show, The Band’s Visit, Amélie, The Last Ship, Lysistrata Jones, Women on the Verge…. Off-Broadway: Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Total Bent, Fortress of Solitude (all Public Theater). Album producer/engineer: The Band’s Visit, The Great Comet, Fortress of Solitude, Women on the Verge…, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Shaina Taub, David Sanborn, Stephen Lynch, David Yazbek.
Thirty four Broadway productions as dance arranger, music director and/or music supervisor. Currently: dance music for Carousel, Frozen, Anastasia, and Hello, Dolly!). Lyric Opera of Chicago (Music Director for My Fair Lady, King and I, Carousel). Arranger for the Boston Pops, Kennedy Center Honors, Radio City, “Crazy Ex- Girlfriend,” EssentialVoicesUSA. Two Emmy nominations for music direction for NBC Live! musicals, plus a Grammy nomination.
Credits include: Girl From The North Country (Public Theater, Old Vic/West End – Olivier Nomination); Romantics Anonymous (Shakespeare’s Globe). Broadway: Spring Awakening, Finding Neverland, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Drama Desk nomination). Arrangements and orchestrations for George Benson, Björk, Jamiroquai, Ray Davies, Josh Groban, George Michael, Oasis, Simply Red and Sam Smith (Grammy nomination and Spectre Bond theme).
Anastasia (B’way and tour); Beetlejuice; Bernhardt/Hamlet; Book of Mormon (Bdwy and tour); The Boys In The Band; Carousel; Frozen; Head Over Heels; Hello Dolly! (B’way and tour); Mean Girls; School of Rock; Springsteen On Broadway; The Ferryman; The Humans (tour); The Waverly Gallery. Aurora has been providing technical supervision and production management to the entertainment industry since 1989.
Broadway: Side Show, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, 9 to 5, Pal Joey, Sunday in the Park… (2008), The Ritz, Curtains, Laugh Whore, Assassins. Film/TV: Mr. Holmes, Beauty and the Beast, “A Christmas Story Live.” As writer: Margaret and Craig (NYSAF), Havana (NCL). Directing credits include: photo op, The Dodgers, Cavan, Pump Up the Volume.
Broadway: Falsettos, She Loves Me, On the 20th Century, Mystery of Edwin Drood, Addams Family, Curtains, Jersey Boys, Little Women, Frogs, Into the Woods, Ad- ventures of Tom Sawyer, Waiting in the Wings, Rent, Sound of Music. Off-Broadway: Miss You Like Hell, Gently Down the Stream, Trip of Love, Fortress of Solitude, Little Miss Sunshine. Edu- cation: Beverley Randolph, Juilliard, Millikin University.
“Tootsie began with Don McGuire,” Pauline Kael wrote; McGuire’s “wild screenplay” created the Tootsie story. A native Chicagoan, McGuire worked in movies and television as an actor and director, but primarily as a writer. Acting credits include The Fuller-Brush Man, Pride of the Marines, and Double Dynamite. Television credits include “Hennessy,” “From Here to Eternity.” Screenwriting credits include Three Ring Circus, Artists and Models, The Delicate Delinquent, Bad Day at Black Rock (nominated for Screenwriters’ Guild Award), Tootsie (nominated for Oscar; won Screenwriters’ Guild Award).
Larry Gelbart wrote one liners for Bob Hope while still in high school. He eventually won Tony awards for best book for both A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and City of Angels as well as a Drama Desk award for Sly Fox. In TV, he was a part of the mythic writer’s room of “The Caesar Hour” and the creative force behind the series “M*A*S*H.” He received an Oscar nomination for his role in writing Tootsie, the movie.
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