EVENTS

Assassins
Who's Who

ANNALEIGH ASHFORD (Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme). Broadway: Kinky Boots (April 2013) Hair (Jeannie), Wicked (Glinda); Legally Blonde—original cast (Margot). Off-Broadway: Dogfight (Marcy), Rent (Maureen) Chicago: Kinky Boots (Lauren), Wicked (Glinda). Workshops/Readings: Kinky Boots, All New People, Carrie, Bring It On, Banana Shpeel Cirque du Soleil, Catch Me If You Can, Pal Joey, Black Suits. National Tour: Wicked. New York: Feeling Electric, NYMTF ’05. Feature Films: Sex & the City, Rachel Getting Married. TV: "Masters of Sex," "Made In Jersey," "Smash," "The Big C," "Nurse Jackie," "Law & Order," "Legally Blonde: The Musical" MTV. Annaleigh was nominated for Drama League and Clive Barnes Awards for her performance as Maureen in Rent. Graduate of Marymount Manhattan College.
 
 
BECKY ANN BAKER (Sara Jane Moore) Broadway: Good People, All My Sons, Assassins, Titanic, Streetcar, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Off-Broadway: Othello, Two Gents (NYSF); House in Town (LCT); Most Fabulous Story (NYTW); Shanghai Moon, June Moon (Drama Dept.); Durang, Durang (MTC); Laura Dennis (Signature). Regional: Williamstown, Old Globe, South Coast Rep, Arena, NJSF, Goodman. Film: Hope Springs, 23 Blast, War of the Worlds, 2 Weeks Notice, Simple Plan, Celebrity, Men In Black, In and Out, Sabrina, Unstrung Heroes, White Squall, Lorenzo’s Oil.  TV: Girls, Smash, Life as We Know It, Freaks and Geeks, L&O, Oz, Sex and the City, Storm of the Century, Frasier, Star Trek: Voyager.
 
 
JAMES BARBOUR (Leon Czolgosz) starred on Broadway in A Tale Of Two Cities (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Drama League Award Nominations), Jane Eyre (Drama League Award Nomination), Assassins, Beauty And The Beast, Urinetown, Carousel, Cyrano The Musical. Camelot opp. Jeremy Irons (Hollywood Bowl) and Michael York (Tour), Secret Garden (Tour). Regionally: Sarasota Magazine Best Actor Award, LA Weekly Award, Ovation Award Nomination. TV/Film: Alchemy, Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights, "Ed," "Sex In The City," "Just Shoot Me," "The District," "That’s Life," "The Game," "The American Experience." Recordings: Jane Eyre, Assassins, Broadway In Concert, The Gift, Dracula, Gift Of Christmas, Bring Me Giants. www.jamesbarbour.com
 
 
MARIO CANTONE (Samuel Byck) Broadway credits include the Tony-nominated Laugh Whore, Assassins, The Violet Hour, Love! Valour! Compassion!, The Tempest. Off-Broadway credits include The Taming of the Shrew, June Moon, The Crumple Zone. Past film credits include Sex And The City and Sex And The City 2, Surf’s Up, Quiz Show and Mouse Hunt. Mario also notably played Anthony Marentino on HBO’s "Sex and the City". Other TV credits include "Men in Trees," "Late Night With David Letterman," "Jimmy Fallon," "Steampipe Alley," "The Rosie O'Donnell Show," "The View," "Chapelle Show" and "Comedy Central Presents Mario Cantone."
 
 
MICHAEL CERVERIS (John Wilkes Booth) Broadway: Evita, In The Next Room (Or The Vibrator Play), Hedda Gabler, Cymbeline, LoveMusik, Sweeney Todd, Assassins, TheWho’s Tommy, Titanic. London’s West End: Hedwig and the Angry Inch (also off-Broadway and LA). Off-Broadway: Sondheim’s Road Show, King Lear, Futurity!, an oak tree, The Games (BAMNext Wave), Abingdon Square, Total Eclipse. Film: Cirque Du Freak, Stake Land, Brief Interviews With Hideous Men, Meskada, The Mexican. TV: The Observer on “Fringe”, Marvin Frey on HBO’s “Treme”, “Fame” and others. Music: concerts at Carnegie Hall, NY CityOpera, NY Philharmonic, Kennedy Center, Ravinia, JazzFest and PreservationHall, New Orleans; An Idea Of South for Lincoln Center’s American Songbook and toured US/UK with punk icon Bob Mould.
 
 
ALEXANDER GEMIGNANI (John Hinckley) Roundabout: The People in the Picture (Moishe Rosenwald), Sunday in the Park With George (Boatman/Dennis), Assassins (Hinkley, Theatre World Award). Other Broadway: Les Miserables (Vajean, Drama League nomination), Sweeney Todd (Beadle, Drama Desk nomination). Off-Broadway: Road Show at the Public (Addison Mizner, Drama League nomination) and Avenue Q (Brian). TV/film: "Homeland," "The Good Wife," "Empire State" (pilot), "Passion" (Live from Lincoln Center), "South Pacific" (Great Performances). His solo show, All at Once, premiered at the Kennedy Center as a part of Barbara Cook's Spotlight Series.
 
 
 
NEIL PATRICK HARRIS (Balladeer / Lee Harvey Oswald) Broadway: Assassins, Cabaret and Proof. Off-Broadway/Regional favorites include: Company (NY Phil), Amadeus (Hollywood Bowl), All My Sons (Geffen Playhouse), The Paris Letter (Kirk Douglas Theater), Sweeney Todd (SF Symphony Orchestra), and Rent (LA, San Diego). Harris can be seen in numerous films, including all three Harold and Kumar films, The Smurfs, and Clara’s Heart (Golden Globe nom.). Television credits include “How I Met Your Mother” (Emmy & Golden Globe noms, People’s Choice Awards), “Glee” (Emmy Award), and “Doogie Howser, M.D.” (People's Choice Award, Golden Globe nom.). Harris also served as the host of the 63rd, 65th, and 66th Annual Tony Awards (Emmy Award), and the 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
 
 
MARC KUDISCH (Proprietor) Broadway: 9 to 5 (Tony, Drama Desk noms.), The Apple Tree, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Tony, Outer Critic Circle noms.), Assassins (Drama Desk nom.), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critic Circle noms.), Bells Are Ringing, The Wild Party, The Scarlet Pimpernel, High Society, Beauty and the Beast, Joseph…. Off-Broadway: Blue Flower; A Minister's Wife; Girl Crazy; The Glorious Ones; A Little Night Music, The Pirates of Penzance; See What I Wanna See (Drama Desk nom.). Film/TV: “Smash,” “Blue Bloods,” “Sex and the City,” “As the World Turns,” “Break In”, “All My Children,” Bye Bye Birdie.
 
 
JEFFREY KUHN (Giuseppe Zangara) Broadway: The 39 Steps (Clown 1), Spamalot (Sir Bedevere), Wicked (Boq), Assassins (Zangara), original cast of Ragtime. Regional: Next Fall (St. Louis Rep), Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare Theatre), Sea of Tranquility (Old Globe), Around...80 Days (Pittsburgh Public), I Am My Own Wife (Stageworks), The Fourth Wall (Alliance), The Pavilion, Dirty Blonde, (Cincinnati Playhouse), Love’s Labour’s Lost, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Antony & Cleopatra, The Illusion, Timon of Athens, Twelfth Night, The Tempest, Romeo & Juliet (Stratford Shakespeare), Nothing Sacred (Winter Garden) The Lion King  (Princess of Wales),  National Tour: The Who’s Tommy (Cousin Kevin). TV: "Nothing Sacred," Romeo & Juliet, Gotti, "Earth: Final Conflict."
 
 
DENIS O'HARE (Charles Guiteau) Broadway: Elling, Inherit the Wind, Sweet Charity (Drama Desk), Assassins, Take Me Out (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics), Major Barbara, Cabaret, Racing Demon. Off-Broadway: Into the Woods (Delacorte), An Iliad (Obie, Lortel, Outer Critics), Uncle Vanya, A Spanish Play, Pig Farm, Vienna: Lusthaus (revisited), Helen, Ten Unknowns, The Devils, Woyzeck. Select film: J. Edgar, The Eagle, Edge of Darkness, The Proposal, Duplicity, Milk, Changeling, Charlie Wilson’s War, Michael Clayton, A Mighty Heart. Television: “American Horror Story,” “True Blood,” “The Good Wife,” “Brothers and Sisters.”
 
 
MERWIN FOARD (President James Garfield/Ensemble) Upcoming Broadway: Annie. Other Broadway: Addams Family, Little Mermaid, Sweeney Todd, La Cage aux Folles, Assassins, Oklahoma!, Kiss Me Kate, Jekyll and Hyde, 1776, Beauty and the Beast, Les Miserables, Mame and Show Boat. 15 Broadway shows spanning 30 years of Actors Equity membership.
 
 
EAMON FOLEY (Billy/Ensemble) is thrilled to be revisiting the production that so inspired him. He performed again with Roundabout as Broadwayisluv09 in Everyday Rapture. Other Broadway includes Gypsy (2003), The Grinch... (2005 and 2006), and 13! A New Musical. Eamon is now a sophomore at Princeton University where he dances with BodyHype. Love to all involved!
 
 
KEN KRUGMAN (Swing) Broadway & National Tours: Jersey Boys, Assassins, Les Miserables, Candide, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Titanic. Off-Broadway: Splendora.  Many, many regional theatres including the premier of Grimm Tales in London. Film: Let It Snow. TV: "Blue Bloods," "Royal Pains," "Law & Order(s)," "Hope & Faith," "Chappelle’s Show" and "David Letterman."
 
 
ANNE L. NATHAN (Emma Goldman/Ensemble) Broadway: Once, Sunday in the Park with George, Chicago, Assassins, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Ragtime. Off-Broadway: Wings (2nd Stage), Road Show (The Public). Film & TV: Baby Mama, King Of California, "The Good Wife," "Dirt," "Law And Order (SVU, Criminal Intent, Trial By Jury)," "Veronica Mars." Web series: "Submissions Only."
 
 
CHRIS PELUSO (David Herold/Ensemble) Broadway: Assassins (Balladeer/Lee Harvey Oswald u/s), Mamma Mia! (Sky), Lestat; National tours: Wicked (Fiyero); Off-Broadway: The Glorious Ones; Regional: Amazing Grace (John Newton) Goodspeed Opera House, Sunset Boulevard (Joe Gillis) Music Theatre of Wichita, Bonnie and Clyde (Ted Hinton) La Jolla Playhouse, West Side Story (Tony) Barrington Stage Company, Les Miserables (Marius) Marriott Lincolnshire.
 
 
SALLY WILFERT (Ensemble) Broadway: Assassins, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, King David.  Nat’l Tour: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Off-Broadway: See Rock City, Make Me A Song, The Mistress Cycle, The Prince & The Pauper. Regional: Little Miss Sunshine, Les Miserables, Amadeus, Marry Me A Little, to name a few. Numerous Concerts, television, recordings.
 
 
John Weidman (Book)
Stephen Sondheim (Music and Lyrics)
Paul Gemignani (Musical Direction)
Joe Mantello (Director)