Broadway: Matilda (Miss Honey), Gentleman’s Guide, Violet. Other NYC: Matthew McConaghy Vs the Devil (NYMF), Unlock’d (Prospect), A Little Journey (Mint), Yeast Nation (Fringe). Regional: Sound of Music (Maria, Drury Lane), Third (Philadelphia Theater Company), Steel Magnolias (Casa Manana), Man of La Mancha (Music Circus).
Broadway: Showboat (Tony Nom,) Steel Pier (Tony Nom), Music Man, 42nd Street, Stardust, After the Night and the Music, A Christmas Carol, Debbie Reynolds Show. Off Broadway: Kid Victory, Golf the Musical (Drama Desk Nom), "…And The World Goes 'Round", Tours: Billy Elliot, Doctor Doolittle (Associate Choreographer), 101 Dalmatians, World Goes Round. Regional: October Sky, Kiss Me Kate, Tin Pan Alley Rag (Barrymore Award) Meet John Doe (Helen Hayes Nom), Television: "Ed," "Sopranos," 2 Bob Hope Specials, "Liberace," "Sonny and Cher," "Tonight Show," "Law and Order."
Is an actor, writer, and former Whiffenpoof. New York and regional theater include Baghdaddy (St. Luke's), Money Talks (Davenport), A Blanket of Dust (The Flea), Midsummer (Tiltyard), Urinetown (Theatre Raleigh), Anything Goes (Stages St. Louis), Hound of the Baskervilles (Playhouse on Park). TV/Film: NBC's "The Sing-Off," "College Musical: The Movie." Brennan stars in the web series "Twenty Five" and writes, produces, and appears in the internet comedy "Off." BA, Yale. brennancaldwell.com
Off-Broadway/New York: Ionescopade, Nunsense, Forbidden Broadway, FringeNYC (Bardy Bunch and Popesical), NYMF, NYS&F, etc. National tour: Doctor Dolittle. International: Europe, Scandinavia, South America, Singapore. Regional: Paper Mill, Cape Playhouse, Goodspeed, Arkansas Rep, Maltz Jupiter, Geva, Human Race, Cincinnati Playhouse, Gateway, Walnut Street, La Mirada, etc. Film/TV Spike Lee's Crooklyn, The Chaperone (due 2018), What Would You Do (ABC). "Fuzzband": Nick Ruggeri
Was last seen as Blair Woodward in the world premiere of Riley Thomas' Convicted at Broadway Bound Theatre Festival. In the fall, Lacretta will be lighting up the silver screen in the romantic comedy Second Act. Select credits: Broadway: Disaster! National Tours: The Book of Mormon (Latter Day). Television: Pieces of a Broken Mirror ("Gotham"), Street Revenge ("Law & Order: SVU"), Game Over ("30 Rock"), Twaining Day ("Broad City").
Broadway: Escape to Margaritaville (OBC). National Tours: Peter and the Starcatcher (dir. Roger Rees/Alex Timbers); Matilda. NYC/Developmental: The Last Goodbye, Rocky. Select Regional: The Ballad of Little Jo (TRT); A Man of No Importance; Tick, Tick... BOOM!; Sweeney Todd; Phantom; Beauty and the Beast (MTW). Training: UCI. @ianmichaelstuart
Broadway/NY Theater Credits include American Psycho, Rent, Next To Normal, and Saved! Morgan can be seen on CBS' "The Good Fight," NBC's "Chicago Med" and in the Award-Winning feature film Becks! She played Gwen Morgan in the TV comedy series "Thanksgiving", alongside Amy Sedaris. Film Credits include: The Greatest Showman, Consumers, Je T'aime Jean and Fish & Owl. She has also appeared on CBS' "Elementary" and "Person Of Interest!"
Off Broadway: Clinton the Musical (Ken Starr, Lucille Lortel Nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Musical, Original Cast Recording), Silence! the Musical (Buffalo Bill). Other credits: Clinton at NYMF, workshops of Intermission!, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Citizen Ruth, Good Times Roll, and the national tour of CATS. Regional: Darling Grenadine at Goodspeed Musicals, The Little Mermaid and Mamma Mia! at the MUNY. Kevin is also the creator/co-book writer of Bloody Bloody Jessica Fletcher! @kevinjzak
Earned a degree in Clinical Psychology at Tufts University. Upon graduating, he disappointed his parents by pursuing a career in television writing. He has written for "The New Adventures of Old Christine" (CBS), "I Hate My Teenage Daughter" (FOX), "Kung Fu Panda" (Nickelodeon), "Wendell & Vinnie" (Nick@Nite), "Partners" (FX), and "Stuck In The Middle" (Disney Channel). He wrote the book and has lived the life for Neurosis in his hometown of Los Angeles. Despite all this, he's still constantly reminded he could've gone to graduate school.
Off-Broadway: Heathers: The Musical (arrangements and orchestrations), Application Pending (original music). Orchestrations: Sarah, Plain and Tall (Dallas Theater Center), Life of the Party, selections from Huzzah! (Boston Pops Orchestra). As composer: God Loves My People Best (Sage Theater, Times Square), and the short opera The Sasquatch of Prospect Park. Ben graduated from Harvard College, where he scored two productions of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals. He was a 2015 Dramatists Guild Fellow, and is a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Workshop. Outside of theater, Ben serves as technical lead for mobile data frameworks at Facebook.
Co-wrote the script for Application Pending (Off-Broadway, Drama Desk nomination) and Craving for Travel (Off-Broadway); and he wrote the book and lyrics for Evelyn Shaffer and the Chance of a Lifetime (Samuel French OOB Festival winner, Take a Ten Podcast, City Theatre National Award). Greg's essays appear in Avidly (LA Review of Books) and McSweeney's, and his game Jessica Plunkenstein and the Dusseldorf Conspiracy (NYT "Best Adventure Game of the Year") was published by PC Gamer UK. Greg is an alumnus of Yale (Phi Beta Kappa), the BMI Workshop (Harrington Award), and the Dramatists Guild Fellows. www.greged.com
Is a director, writer, and Tony Award winning producer. He is currently represented Off-Broadway as the director of R.R.R.E.D. Additional New York directing credits include the world premieres of Straight (NYT Critics' Pick), Application Pending (Drama Desk nomination, BroadwayWorld Award; also co-author), Craving for Travel (also co-author), Operation Epsilon (IRNE Awards: Best Director, Best Play), Shida (AUDELCO nominations: Best Director, Best Play), The Last Smoker in America, and more. He has been represented on Broadway and London as a producer of Hair (2009 Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, and Outer Critics Circle Awards), The Best Man (2012 Tony nomination), and The Realistic Joneses. B.A. Yale University. AndySandberg.com
Select Choreography credits include: Off-Broadway : R.R.R.E.D. (DR2), PAGEANT! (Drama Desk Nomination Best Revival, Callaway Nomination), PolkaDots- The Cool Kids Musical (Atlantic Theater, Off Broadway Alliance Best Family Show), I'll Say She Is. For Cape Playhouse : Drowsy Chaperone, Sweet Charity, Legally Blonde, Crazy For You, Kiss Me Kate. For Maltz Jupiter Theatre: The Producers, Will Roger Follies, Music Man (Carbonell Award), Crazy For You (Carbonell Award). For Barrington Stage : Ragtime, Southern Comfort. Pan Am (ABC), Christmas Carol ( Fords Theater) , Dames at Sea (Bay Street Theatre). Proud member of SDC and board member of the Ziegfeld Club. www.SheaSullivan.com.
Nat'l Tour: Elf; NYC: Neurosis, Here First!: Let the Ladies Sing, The Mistakes that Made Me; Regional: Prince of Egypt, The Life of the Party (TheatreWorks Silicon Valley), Monsoon Wedding (Berkeley Rep), The Wild Party (ROLT), Seussical (BAM). Awards: SF Bay Area Theatre Critics' Circle Award (Best Music Direction - She Loves Me, Best Actor - Grey Gardens), Weston Award in Piano Performance (Brown University). Love to family & Ronnie
NY: The Seafarer (Irish Rep), Billy & Ray (Vineyard), Straight (Acorn), Triumph of Love (Juilliard), Last Smoker in America (West Side). Regional: A Comedy of Tenors, (Cleveland Playhouse), Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike, (Goodman Theatre), The Barber Of Seville ( McCarter ), Ma Rainey's Black Bottom,(Two River ), Without Walls (CTG). Opera: Fidelio (Santa Fe Opera), Cosi Fan Tutte (co-production Metropolitan Opera And Juilliard) Hippolyte et Aricie (Juilliard). TV: "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee".
Broadway & London West End: Hair (Tony, Drama Desk and Hewes Award nominations). Off-Broadway: Straight (Theater Row), The Irish Curse (Soho Rep), A Perfect Future (Cherry Lane Theater), Jericho (59E59), Almost Home (The Directors Co.), Amahl and the Night Visitors (Lincoln Center). Regional: La Cage Aux Folles (Goodspeed) God of Carnage, [Title of Show], Sex with Stranger & Mama's Boy (George Street Playhouse), Oklahoma! and West Side Story (Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival), Take Me Out (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis); Johnny Baseball, (American Repertory Theater) All The Way, Dirty Blond, Spring Awakening, Omnium Gatherum and Crowns (Zachary Scott Theatre).
Broadway: Oh, Hello. Off-Broadway: Kid Gorgeous (Radio City/Netflix); The Robber Bridegroom (Roundabout); SeaWife (Naked Angles, Drama Desk Nomination); Fly (New Victory); Julius Caesar (CSC); Two Class Acts (The Flea); Here's Hoover (Les Freres Corbusier). Regional: The Temple Bombing (The Alliance Theatre); …Forum (Two River); Good Men Wanted (NY Stage and Film); Company and National Pastime (Bucks County Playhouse); The Huntington; The Geffen; Cincinnati Playhouse; Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; Pasadena Playhouse; Williamstown. Carnegie Mellon. www.jakedegroot.com
Broadway: A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder, Dames at Sea, Lion King, Nice Work… Off-Broadway: Puffs, Pedro Pan, R.R.R.E.D. (by Katie Thompson), War Boys, Money Talks, Trip of Love, iLLA, Missed Connections, and fifteen Encores! productions. National Tours: A Gentleman's Guide…, King & I, Fiddler, Cinderella, Lion King, White Christmas. Film/TV: How You Look At It, Carousel (PBS), Six by Sondheim (HBO), SYTYCD. London & Las Vegas: Magic Mike Live (Channing Tatum, dir.) Other: Josh Prince's Broadway Dance Lab, Looking for Christmas (Old Globe), Camille A. Brown's developmental project, Hartford Stage, NY Philharmonic, SF Symphony, and others. Seven-time Artios nominee and NY Board Member of the Casting Society of America.
Off-Broadway: Syncing Ink. National Tours: Finding Neverland (Youth Casting), The Sound of Music, Bullets Over Broadway, and Elf. Regional: TUTS and Alley Theatre. Credits as Casting Associate include Broadway: Chicago, Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 (Artios Award nomination), On The Town, and Pippin. Off-Broadway: Puffs and R.R.R.E.D.. National Tours: Fiddler on the Roof, The King and I, and A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder. London/Vegas: Magic Mike Live. TV: Blue's Clues.
After living within academia for 11 years, Neurosis and R.R.R.E.D. have brought Fletcher back to professional theater. Past credits include 12 Off-Broadway productions, 6 regional, and the national tour of Edward Albee's Three Tall Women with Marian Seldes and Michael Learned. Other select productions include My Night With Reg, Grace and Glorie, After-Play, Durang Durang, Paper Moon, and the original Ruthless—the Musical with 10-year olds Laura Bell Bundy, Britney Spears, and Natalie Portman. www.gregoryfletcher.com
Broadway: Cirque Du Soleil Paramour, Motown (2016). Off Broadway/Regional credits include Illyria (The Public), Ernest Shackleton Loves Me (Tony Kiser Theatre), First Daughter Suite (The Public), Signature Plays (Signature Theatre), Ever After (Paper Mill Playhouse), A Walk in the Woods (Keen Company). BFA from UNCSA.
is a director/PM & co-founder FGPNYC. Recent: PM: Summerworks 2017 & 2018 (Clubbed Thumb), Folk Wandering; Beardo (Pipeline Theater Co), porto (WP Theater); Oh My Sweet Land (PlayCo); DIR: 12 Angry Men; Mother Fucker With The Hat (Lee Strasberg Institute); You Do Not Look, (Signature Theater); The Red Room, (The Shelter); Ideal (59E59). BFA, NYU. Member of the Lincoln Center Theater Director's Lab 2013.
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Is a Brooklyn based collaborative theater artist who focuses on the reconstruction of classic/pre-existing texts. Some credits include In the Depths of LAVA: An Ode to Richard Foreman (The Glove), Next Faggot Nation (Here Arts Center), Ivan's Widow by Tennessee Williams (The Duo), Kaspar by Peter Handke (Sibiu International Theater Festival) and many others. Scott is an alumni of Pace School Performing Arts (2016), The Lincoln Center Directors Lab (2017) and Directors Lab West (2017).
This landmark Off-Broadway theatre was opened in 1996 by Broadway producer Daryl Roth and comprises three exceptional venues. The unique main theatre space has hosted such hits as the long-running De La Guarda and Fuerza Bruta, which played a combined 14 years; Almost, Maine; Striking 12; and the current tenant In & Of Itself. The intimate DR2 has been home to shows including Stars of David, as well as wonderful children's programming introducing our youngest patrons to theatre like Dear Edwina and The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show. The D-Lounge is our versatile cabaret space. www.DarylRothTheatre.com