Holiday Inn

Who's Who

BRYCE PINKHAM (Jim). An American stage and screen actor, Bryce is most widely known for originating the role of Monty Navarro in the Tony Award®-winning production of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, for which he was nominated for a Tony, Grammy and Drama Desk Award. Most recently, he appeared in the Broadway revival of The Heidi Chronicles as Peter Patrone, for which he was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award and a Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance in 2015. His other Broadway credits include Carl Bruner in Ghost the Musical and Henry Clay in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Bryce's television appearances include “The Good Wife” (CBS), “Person of Interest” (CBS), and the PBS miniseries “God in America.” His upcoming on-screen appearances include Baz Lurman's Netflix series "The Get Down", Robert DeNiro's The Comedian and the second season of PBS' Civil War Drama Series "Mercy Street." A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Bryce was awarded the Leonore Annenberg Foundation Early Career Fellowship in 2012. As a writer, Bryce has published articles on acting, performing, and education in American Theater Magazine, Yale Alumni Magazine and others. In 2012 Bryce helped found Zara Aina, an NGO that uses the power of theatrical storytelling to empower at-risk youth. In May 2013, Bryce led a team of American artists on Zara Aina’s pilot program to Madagascar. Bryce is also a frequent collaborator with Outside the Wire, a social impact theater company that serves many communities but particularly focuses on military audiences. His most notable international tours include Guantanamo Bay, Japan, Kuwait, and Qatar. Bryce holds a BA from Boston College and an MA from the Yale School of Drama.
 
CORBIN BLEU (Ted) is probably best known for the Emmy Award-winning High School Musical franchise. More recently, Bleu partnered with Karina Smirnoff on the 17th season of “Dancing With The Stars,” placing a close second. Bleu starred on Broadway as “Jesus” in the revival of Godspell, which followed his rave reviewed performance as “Usnavi” in In The Heights. Another stage highlight was Hairspray at the Hollywood Bowl, starring as “Seaweed” opposite Harvey Fierstein and Marissa Jaret Winokur. He was born in Brooklyn, NY and currently resides in Los Angeles with his soon-to-be wife, Sasha.
 
LORA LEE GAYER (Linda). Broadway: Tonia in Doctor Zhivago, Young Sally in Follies. Off-Broadway and regional: Mable in Pipe Dream at Encores!; Elektra in These Seven Sicknesses at EPBB; Millie in Bull Durham at The Alliance Theater; Philia in A Funny Thing... at the Shakespeare Theater Company (Helen Hayes nomination); Young Sally in Follies at the Kennedy Center and Ahmanson Theater; Gloria Thorpe in Damn Yankees at Goodspeed Theater; and Carrie in Carousel at The Virginia Opera Theater. Other regional: The Muny, Kansas City Starlight, Bay Street Theater. Recent NYC readings and workshops: King Kong (Anne), Romy and Michelle's... (Christie), Bag of Nails (Suki), The New Yorkers (Alice Wentworth), Circus in Winter (Irene Hayden). Graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and Carnegie Mellon University.
 
MEGAN LAWRENCE (Louise). Broadway: Hair (also West End), The Pajama Game (Tony nomination), Urinetown, Les Miserables. Off-Broadway: Two Gentlemen of Verona, Hair, Urinetown. Regional theatre: O. Henry’s Lovers, Over and Over, The Rhythm Club, Cabaret (Helen Hayes nomination), Into the Woods (Helen Hayes Award), Company (Helen Hayes nomination), Falsettos. Television: “One Life to Live.” Megan is a graduate of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music.
 
MEGAN SIKORA (Lila Dixon) has been seen on and off Broadway in The Nance (Standby), Under My Skin (Nanette), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes at Encores! (Gloria), How To Succeed In Business (Miss Krumholtz), Promises, Promises (Miss Polanski, Sylvie, Turkey Lurkey), Curtains (Bambi / LA Ovation Nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical), Applause at Encores! (Bonnie), Showboat at Carnegie Hall (Ellie), Wicked (u/s Glinda and Nessarose), Dracula (u/s Lucy and Mina), Wonderful Town, Thoroughly Modern Millie (Ruth), 42nd Street (Lorraine), and Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party. Regional theatre: The Old Globe and Hartford Stage: Bianca/Lois in Kiss Me Kate; Papermill Playhouse: Claudine in Can Can, and Ado Annie in Oklahoma!; TUTS: Miss Shields in A Christmas Story; Marriott Lincolnshire: Sally Bowles in Cabaret; and toured as Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, and Judy in White Christmas. TV/ Film: “Braindead” coming to CBS this summer, “Elementary,” “Boardwalk Empire, and “Important Things With Dimitre Martin,” and The Bleeder starring Liev Schreiber, premiering next year.
 
LEE WILKOF (Danny). Roundabout She Loves Me,The Boys From Syracuse. Broadway:Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Odd Couple, Democracy, Kiss Me, Kate (Drama Desk & Tony nominations), The Front Page, Sweet Charity. Other theater:The Present Tense(OBIE Award, Drama Desk nominations),Little Shop of Horrors (original cast), Assassins (original cast, Drama Desk nomination), The Iceman Cometh Goodman, BAM), Mizlansky/Zilinsky or Schmucks (MTC), Chaucer In Rome(LCT),Grand Concourse (PH), June Moon, The Underpants, Slavs (Center Stage, Yale Rep), Wicked (National Tour), Williamstown Theater Festival (four seasons). Selected television: “High Maintenance,” “Alpha House,” “The West Wing,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Ally McBeal” (SAG Award), “Law & Order,” “Cop Rock,” “Max Headroom,” “Hart to Hart,” “Newhart,” “Delta House,” “The Gong Show,” “The Tonight Show.” Selected film: The Grey Zone, Listen Up Phillip, The School of Rock, Private Parts, Leaves of Grass, Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead, This Boy’s Life, Route 30 Trilogy, Dark Horse, The Entity, Xanadu. Lee directed the film No Pay, Nudity, which will be released later this year.
 
MALIK AKIL (Ensemble) is ecstatic and blessed to be making his Broadway debut with this company! A recent graduate of Baldwin Wallace University, he'd like to give thanks to God, amazing family and friends, TKO, and the Holiday Inn team!
 
WILL BURTON (Ensemble) is making his Roundabout debut with Holiday Inn! Broadway: An American In Paris (ensemble, u/s Henri/Adam) Théâtre du Châtelet: AAIP. Regional: Paper Mill, Goodspeed, Arena, The Muny. Thanks to Sara, my family and my teachers for their support.
 
BARRY BUSBY (Ensemble, Associate Choreographer). Broadway: Honeymoon in Vegas. Off-Broadway: Piece of My Heart (Signature). Tour: White Christmas (1st National) B.F.A. University of Oklahoma. Love to family, friends, Steve, and Denis for your unyielding support. This one’s for Brady, Nicole, Addison, and Barrett. @brbusby BarryBusby.com
 
DARIEN CRAGO (Ensemble). Broadway Debut! NYC: Encores! Paint Your Wagon and Lady, Be Good. National Tour: White Christmas. Regional: Goodspeed, Muny, Paper Mill. BFA Wright State University. Huge thanks to Denis, Gordon, Andy, and The Mine. Love to my Inn-spiring family and friends.
 
CALEY CRAWFORD (Ensemble). No bigger holiday than a Broadway debut! Credits: Holiday Inn (Goodspeed/MUNY), A Chorus Line (National Tour, Cassie), A Chorus Line (Riverside), White Christmas (WBT). Boston Conservatory Graduate. Thanks to CTG, my family & Zack for your continuous support! caleycrawford.com @caleyjcrawf
 
JENIFER FOOTE (Ensemble). Roundabout: She Loves Me, On The Twentieth Century, …Edwin Drood. Other Broadway: Follies, Rock of Ages, A Chorus Line, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Dracula, Annie Get Your Gun. Associate Director/Choreographer credits include: Hugh Jackman: Broadway to Oz (Arena Tour), Sweeney Todd (NY Philharmonic; PBS), R&H’s Cinderella (National Tour), The Cradle Will Rock (The Acting Company). Live gratitude.
 
MORGAN GAO (Charlie Winslow, Ensemble). Broadway debut! Regional: A Christmas Carol (The Alliance Theatre), La bohème (Atlanta Opera). Film/TV: Sweet Sweet Summertime, The Next Chapter, “Bless Yer Heart.” Thanks to David Doan, Kim Pedell, Rosemary Newcott, The Lovett School. Love to Mom.
MATT MEIGS (Ensemble). Broadway: Tuck Everlasting, Matilda. Las Vegas: Rock of Ages (Franz). National Tour: Mary Poppins. Proud graduate of Elon University. Endless love and thanks to my family, friends, DGRW, Denis and Roundabout. For Dad - who put me in dance class. @matt_meigs
SHINA ANN MORRIS (Ensemble). Roundabout: Anything Goes (u/s Erma). Other Broadway: Cinderella, Annie (Star to Be), Nice Work If You Can Get It, West Side Story (Consuela). Tour: Chicago (Annie). NY: Encores! Most Happy Fella, Bells Are Ringing. BFA: U of Michigan. Thanks to God, Mom, Sasha, Dad, family, WB, MM, teachers, the Carnahan team, & my heart, Mark.
 
CATHERINE RICAFORT (Ensemble). Truly blessed! Roundabout debut. Broadway: Honeymoon in Vegas (Mahi -"Friki Friki"), Disaster!, Allegiance, Cinderella, Mamma Mia! (Ali). TV: "The Sing-Off". BS Industrial Engineering, USC. Thanks: God, Pa, Ma, Jaydee, BBR, Gordon & Denis, Lims, Bobby, Nene, Scott! catherinericafort.com @cattricafort
 
DREW REDINGTON (Ensemble). Broadway Debut! Regional: The Muny, St. Louis Symphony/ STAGES, and Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. Current student at Elon University. Love to family and friends. @drewseph_red
 
AMANDA ROSE (Ensemble). Broadway/National tours: Wicked (Nessarose), Dr. Dolittle starring Tommy Tune, Oklahoma! (Laurey). Favorite recent regional: Gypsy (Louise, Pittsburgh CLO), 9 to 5 (Judy, Walnut St.), A Chorus Line (Kristine, Papermill Playhouse), Sunset Blvd. (Betty, PCLO/Fulton) Miss Saigon (Ellen, Ogunquit Playhouse), Curtains (Nikki, Papermill Playhouse). Big thanks to DGRW.
 
JONALYN SAXER (Ensemble). Jonalyn is thrilled to be making her Roundabout debut! Broadway: Honeymoon In Vegas, Bullets Over Broadway. World Premier: Gotta Dance, Moonshine. Regional: Muny (42nd Street, Peggy Sawyer), Pittsburgh CLO, MSMT. Proud Syracuse Graduate. Endless thanks to Denis, Barry and The Mine.
 
PARKER SLAYBAUGH (Ensemble). Broadway Debut! Tour: Hello Dolly! w/ Sally Struthers (Barnaby), Oliver! Other: Radio City Christmas Spectacular, West Side Story (PMPlayhouse), Camelot, H2$, The Nutcracker (Miami Ballet). Film: ABC’s Disney Parks Live (Newsie). Thanks Gordon, Denis, Andy, Carnahan, Roundabout, and Family. Parkerslaybaugh.com
 
SAMANTHA STURM (Ensemble). Roundabout debut! Broadway (Original Cast): On The Town, Matilda the Musical, Nice Work If You Can Get It, The Addams Family Musical. Nat'l Tours: Evita, Cats. Various regional credits. Thanks to everyone involved for the opportunity! And yes, thanks mom for making me take ballet, even though I complained. A lot. Twitter/IG: @SamanthaSturm
 
AMY VAN NORSTRAND (Ensemble). Broadway Debut! Favorite credits: Holiday Inn (World Premier Goodspeed/ MUNY), Elf the Musical (national tour/MSG), 42nd Street (MUNY), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Paper Mill Playhouse). Point Park University grad. Immense gratitude. Love to Brian and my family.
 
TRAVIS WARD-OSBORNE (Ensemble). BFA in musical theatre, University of Michigan (GO BLUE!). Proud AEA. Broadway: Disney’s Aladdin (Swing). Regional: Thoroughly Modern Millie; The Adams Family; Hello, Dolly! (MUNY St. Louis). For Peyton always. Love Mom, Kyra and Natalie! traviswo.com @TDubbyO
 
PAIGE WILLIAMS (Ensemble). Broadway and Roundabout debut! OCU dance performance graduate. National tours: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella and Mary Poppins. Regional credits: Paper Mill Playhouse, The Muny, and MT Wichita. Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Rockette (NYC and Nashville). Thanks to CTG, Raynor, and love to Marva!
 
VICTOR WISEHART (Ensemble). Roundabout Debut! Broadway: An American In Paris (Mr.Z) London: West Side Story NYC: Encore's Pipe Dream. Tours: 1st Nat. LCT's South Pacific, 50th Ann World Tour West Side Story. Regional: Goodspeed, Huntington, Goodman, Arena Stages, St. Louis MUNY. OBC Cast recordings: An American In Paris, Pipe Dream.
 
KEVIN WORLEY (Ensemble) tap dances because of THIS movie! Broadway: On the Town, Something Rotten, Dames At Sea, Bullets Over Broadway, Cinderella , 42nd Street, White Christmas, A Chorus Line. He dedicates his performance to his incomparable wife, Denise, and little monster, Declan.
 
BORRIS YORK (Ensemble). Tours: Pippin (Manson Trio). Regional: Muny, TUTS, KCStarlight, Casa Mañana, Music Theatre of Wichita, Stages St. Louis. TV: “Smash” (NBC). Love to my incredibly courageous and inspiring family and friends. Mom this one’s for you! “Be unapologetically free". Instagram: @borrisyork
 
IRVING BERLIN (Music & Lyrics) Born Israel Beilin in a Russian Jewish shtetl in 1888, he died as Irving Berlin in his adopted hometown of New York City in 1989. Songwriter, performer, theatre owner, music publisher, and soldier, he wrote scores to more than a dozen Broadway musicals including Annie Get Your Gun, and dozens of Hollywood movie musicals. Holiday Inn follows White Christmas and the London production of Top Hat in creating stage musicals based on his famous films. His more than 1,200 songs include “White Christmas,” “Puttin' on the Ritz,” “Easter Parade,” “Always,” “Blue Skies.” “Cheek to Cheek,” “There's No Business Like Show Business,” “Alexander's Ragtime Band,” and “God Bless America.” Irving Berlin's love for and generosity to the USA is exemplified by his establishing the God Bless America Fund, into which he places all royalties from the song, which have been donated over the years to the Boy and Girl Scouts. His numerous awards and accolades include an Academy Award for White Christmas, a Congressional Gold Medal, a special Tony Award, and commemoration on a US postage stamp.
 
GORDON GREENBERG (Director and Co-Book) has directed plays and musicals at major theatres across America and the U.K. including Williamstown, Old Globe, Paper Mill, Signature, Goodspeed, Huntington, Dallas Theatre Center, Asolo, New York Stage & Film, and Chichester, written for television and stage, and runs the musical theatre program at The New Group. His acclaimed revival of Guys & Dolls opened on the West End at the Savoy Theatre in December, 2015. He directed and adapted (with Stephen Schwartz and Lin-Manuel Miranda) the revised production of Working at the Old Globe and 59 E 59 in New York. Other work includes Johnny Baseball for Williamstown Theatre Festival, Scramble Band (writer), a Disney Channel original movie musical, Rags for Roundabout (workshop), Pirates! Or Gilbert and Sullivan Plunder’d (created with Nell Benjamin) for Paper Mill and Goodspeed, The Baker's Wife (revised with Stephen Schwartz) for Goodspeed and Paper Mill, Disney’s Believe (created with Kirsten Childs) for Disney Creative, Disney Fantasy Christening (with Neil Patrick Harris & Jerry Seinfeld). Current projects include The Secret of My Success for Universal (Director/co-writer), Tangled for Disney (Director), The Single Girls Guide for the Fifth Avenue in Seattle (Writer), Port-Au-Prince (writing with Kirsten Childs for The New Group), and co-writing a new movie musical for Nickelodeon Television. Born in Texas and raised in New York, Greenberg performed in his first Broadway show at age 12. He attended Stanford University, R.A.D.A., and NYU Film School.
 
CHAD HODGE (Co-Book) is the creator, showrunner and executive producer of TNT’s upcoming drama series “Good Behavior” starring Michelle Dockery. Hodge created and executive-produced Fox’s hit summer series “Wayward Pines” starring Academy Award-nominee Matt Dillon. Prior to that, he created NBC’s “The Playboy Club” starring Laura Benanti, and The CW’s “Runaway” starring Donnie Wahlberg. Hodge co-wrote the book for the stage adaptation of Irving Berlin’s 1942 movie-musical classic Holiday Inn, The New Irving Berlin Musical, which will make its Broadway debut with Roundabout Theatre Company. His film projects include The Darkest Minds for 20th Century Fox, based on the New York Times best-selling trilogy by Alexandra Bracken, and Anita, about the notorious singer and orange juice spokeswoman Anita Bryant. Hodge grew up in Chicago and graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University with degrees in Communication Studies and Business Institutions. He currently lives in Los Angeles.
 
DENIS JONES (Choreographer). Recent credits include 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!).
 
ANNA LOUIZOS (Set Design). Roundabout: The Mystery of Edwin Drood*, Just Jim Dale, Sons of the Prophet, Crimes of the Heart; The Foreigner, Speech and Debate. Broadway: School of Rock (sets and costumes) In the Heights*; High Fidelity*; Dames at Sea; Honeymoon in Vegas; It Shoulda Been You; R+H’s Cinderella; Avenue Q; The Performers; Irving Berlin’s White Christmas; Curtains; Baby It’s You; All About Me; To Be Or Not To Be; Steel Magnolias; Golda’s Balcony. Numerous Off-Broadway and regional. *Tony nominations.
 
ALEJO VIETTI (Costume Design). New York: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (West End – Olivier Nomination and National tour), Allegiance (Drama Desk Nomination), Nightingale (MTC), Grace (MCC), Tryst, John Patrick Shanley’s Storefront ChurchOld Jews Telling Jokes, Encore’s Paint Your Wagon. Regional: Alley, Goodspeed, Guthrie, Hartford Stage, Paper Mill, Shakespeare Theatre, and Old Globe among others. Opera: NY City Opera, Chicago Lyric, Minnesota Opera, Wolf Trap and Donesk Opera (Ukraine). Other: Radio City Rockettes, Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey’s. TDF Irene Sharaff Young Master Award.
 
JEFF CROITER (Lighting Design). Roundabout: The Dazzle, Fiction, Streamers, Ordinary Days, The Robber Bridegroom.   Broadway: Something Rotten; Disaster, Penn and Teller; Newsies; Peter and the Starcatcher (Tony Award); Mothers and Sons;  A Time to Kill; Soul Doctor; Jekyll and Hyde; The Anarchist; The Performers; The Pee-wee Herman Show; Next Fall; and Kiki & Herb. Other New York includes: Head of Passes, Gigantic; Mercury Fur; Parade; Loves Labors Lost, Fly By Night; Last Five Years; A Lie of the Mind; The Internationalist; and Jennifer Muller/The Works.
 
KEITH CAGGIANO (Sound Design). Roundabout: Cabaret (Broadway and national tour), Anything Goes (national tour). Select credits: The Radio City Spring Spectacular, Himself and Nora, Disenchanted, Bare; Tours: Rent (in production), Irving Berlin’s White Christmas; Regional: Austen’s Pride, Hedwig and the Angry Inch; (as associate): Motown, Shrek, Bring It On, The Scottsboro Boys, Rock of Ages. Keith also designs and engineers live events and consults on sound system installations. He is a graduate of Duquesne University.
 
CHARLES LAPOINTE (Hair & Wig Design). Over 50 Broadway shows including: On Your Feet, Hamilton, Doctor Zhivago, The Color Purple, Of Mice and Men, Violet, Sideshow, Elephant Man, After Midnight, Beautiful, Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Motown, Jekyll and Hyde, Clybourne Park, Bring It On, Newsies, The Mountaintop, Memphis, Lombardi, Fences, In the Heights, Jersey Boys, A Raisin in the Sun. “The Wiz Live!” (Emmy nomination).
 
JOE DULUDE II (Make-up Design). Broadway & West End: Wicked, Beautiful. Pre-Broadway: The Spongebob Musical, Anastasia. Broadway: Allegiance, Dr. Zhivago, On the Town, If/Then, Follies, Jekyll &Hyde, The Normal Heart, Grease. Off Broadway: Into the Woods (Public Theatre), WildParty (Encores) Show Boat (NY Philharmonic). Film: The Discovery (key makeup), Central Intelligence, Ghostbusters. Teaching: Pace University, Muhlenberg College, Hartt School. joe2design.com
 
ANDY EINHORN (Music Supervisor/Music Director/Conductor). Roundabout: Sondheim on Sondheim (OBCR), Brief Encounter. Broadway: Bullets Over Broadway (OBCR), Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (OBCR), Evita. Tour: The Light in the Piazza, Sweeney Todd, The Lion King. Regional: Goodspeed, PaperMill Playhouse, Châtelet, Houston Grand Opera. Audra McDonald’s music director since 2011 (“Go Back Home”). Symphony appearances include New York Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Symphony. TV: “Six by Sondheim” (HBO, Peabody Award), “Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy” (PBS, Peabody Award). Honors graduate, Rice University.
 
LARRY BLANK (Orchestrations). Three-time nominee Tony/Drama Desk Awards orchestrations: The Drowsy Chaperone, White Christmas, Catch Me If You Can; Drama Desk nominations for A Christmas Story and Honeymoon In Vegas, contributed orchestrations for stage/film of The Producers and film Chicago. MD/conductor Broadway/ LA: They're Playing Our Song, Evita, Sugar Babies, La Cage aux Folles, Phantom of the Opera, Sweeney Todd. MD/Orchestrator Olivier Awards in London. Many films and recordings. Resident Pops Conductor for the Pasadena Pops.
 
SAM DAVIS (Vocal and Dance Arrangements). Roundabout: …Drood, The Apple Tree, Cabaret. Other Broadway as arranger: An American in Paris, Side Show, Gigi, Scandalous.  As composer: The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare in the Park), Red Eye of Love, Love and Real Estate, Bunnicula (all Off-Broadway). Film: Hail, Caesar! and Beauty and the Beast (2017). TV: “Good Behavior.” Regional: The Little Dancer and Trumpet of the Swan (Kennedy Center), music supervisor for Dreamgirls (2009 national tour.) Winner of the Jonathan Larson Award for Composition and a graduate of the University of Michigan.
 
BRUCE POMAHAC (Additional Dance and Vocal Arrangements). Bruce Pomahac was Musical Director and (with Hugh Martin) co-vocal arranger for Broadway's Meet Me in St. Louis. He orchestrated the Broadway productions of State Fair (Rodgers & Hammerstein) and The Curse of an Aching Heart (Claibe Richardson). He also orchestrated the premier recordings of Fly with Me and I Remember Mama (which he conducted), Richard Rodgers’ first and final musicals. With Josh Logan (book, lyrics and direction) he composed the score of Huck and Jim (On the Mississippi). He additionally created the vocal and dance music arrangements for the stage adaptation of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Mr. Pomahac is Director of Music for The Rodgers & Hammerstein Organization and lives in New York City.
 
JULIE SANDY (Production Props). Roundabout Prop Coordinator credits:  Violet (American Airlines); Dinner with Friends, Talley’s Folly, Distracted, The Marriage of Bette and Boo, The Overwhelming, and Entertaining Mr. Sloane (Laura Pels). In addition to prop work, Julie has an MLS (Library Science), works as a freelance theatre archivist (for Roundabout and others), and is a librarian at the NY School of Interior Design.
 
ANDY SENOR, JR. (Associate Director). Broadway: Associate Director On Your Feet w/ Jerry Mitchell. Assistant Director to Michael Greif on RENT Off-Broadway revival and restaged the Tokyo and Cuba productions. FLY at DTC w/ Jeffrey Seller. Training: FIU and Public Theatre Shakespeare LAB. Made his Broadway debut as "Angel" in RENT. Most recently directed the new Nilo Cruz musical Farhad.   
 
MICHAEL J. PASSARO (Production Stage Manager). Broadway: Bright Star, Wolf Hall, The River, Pippin, Evita, How To Succeed, Promises Promises, History Boys, Carousel, Angels In America, Will Rogers Follies and Starlight Express – and over twenty other Broadway shows.  Regional:  Indiana Rep. Corporate: Jack Rouse Associates, Williams-Gerard Productions, and many others worldwide. Associate Professor and Concentration Advisor for the MFA Stage Management Program at Columbia University.  Education: Master’s Degree, NYU.
 
PAT SOSNOW (Assistant Stage Manager). Broadway: Wolf Hall, The River, Pippin, Testament of Mary, Evita, How To Succeed..., Promises Promises, A Steady Rain, 33 Variations, Thoroughly Modern Millie,  Sexaholix...A Love Story, Kiss Me Kate, Freak, Beauty and the Beast, Angels in America, I Hate Hamlet , Eastern Standard. Off-Broadway:  Altar Boyz and many productions for the NYSF. Barnard College. For R & D, M & D.