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ALAN CUMMING (Emcee). Alan Cumming made his professional acting debut as Malcolm in Michael Boyd’s production of Macbeth at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow in 1985. 28 Years later he played nearly all the parts in the National Theatre of Scotland’s sensational re-imagining of the Scottish play on Broadway, earning him the and Best Actor Awards and a Drama League Performance of Distinction Nomination. After working extensively in the Scottish theatre, he made his West End debut in Conquest of the South Pole earned him his first Olivier award nomination. He appeared with the RSC, played Romeo for the RNT Studio and earned further Olivier nominations for La Bete and Cabaret. His career-defining Hamlet for the English Touring Theatre earned him huge critical acclaim, a TMA Best Actor award and Shakespeare Globe nomination. He won an Olivier for Accidental Death of an Anarchist at the Royal National Theatre. In 1998 he made his sensational Broadway debut when Cabaret transferred to NYC, winning him the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Theatre World, NY Press, FANY and Public Advocate awards. He went on to appear on Broadway in Design for Living and as Mack the Knife in The Threepenny Opera. Off-Broadway he appeared as the Pope in Jean Genet’s Elle (which he also adapted) and as Trigorin in The Seagull opposite Dianne Wiest. In 2006, he returned to the West End in Martin Sherman’s Bent, and in 2007 appeared in the National Theatre of Scotland’s The Bacchae, directed by John Tiffany (Herald ArcAngel Award). On TV he currently appears as Eli Gold in "The Good Wife" for which he has been nominated for Emmy, SAG, Satellite and Critics Circle awards. He also appears opposite Lisa Kudrow in Showtime’s "Web Therapy" and is the host of Masterpiece Mystery on PBS. His eclectic film career has seen him work consecutively with Stanley Kubrick and the Spice Girls, and make appearances in the X Men, Spy Kids, Flintstones and Smurfs franchises as well as roles in many independent films such as Sweet Land (Independent Spirit Award), Julie Taymor’s Titus and The Tempest and most recently Travis Fine’s Any Day Now for which he received several Best Actor awards on the film festival circuit. With Jennifer Jason Leigh he wrote, produced, directed and starred in The Anniversary Party (National Board of Review award, two Independent Spirit nominations). He has also published a novel, Tommy’s Tale, released an album of songs, I Bought A Blue Car Today, and last year had his first exhibition of photographs, Alan Cumming Snaps! He regularly performs in concert, most recently with Liza Minnelli at New York’s Town Hall and over the past few years has sung in seasons at the Sydney Opera House, the Geffen Playhouse, LA and London’s Vaudeville Theatre. For his humanitarian work, particularly in the field of LGBT rights and equality, he has been honored by many organizations including HRC, GLAAD, The Trevor Project and The Matthew Shepard Foundation to name but a few. From his homeland he was honored with both the Great Scot and Icon of Scotland awards, and was made an OBE in the 2009 Queen’s Honors List. Time magazine named him one of the three most fun people in show business. Twitter: @alancumming
SIENNA MILLER (Sally Bowles). Film: American Sniper (Academy Award Best Picture nom.), Foxcatcher, Layer Cake, Alfie, The Edge of Love (BIFA nom.), G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra, Casanova, Camille, The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, Stardust, Factory Girl, Interview (Independent Spirit and London Critics Circle Film Award noms.) TV: “The Girl” (Golden Globe and BAFTA noms.). Broadway: Patrick Marber’s After Miss Julie. London: Terence Rattigan’s Flare Path, William Shakespeare’s As You Like It. Sienna is proud to be the Global Ambassador for the International Medical Corps.
LINDA EMOND (Fraulein Schneider). Linda Emond's upcoming films include Jenny's Wedding and Untitled Terrence Malick Project. Other film work includes Spike Lee’s Oldboy, Julie & Julia (in which she plays "Simone 'Simca' Beck" opposite Meryl Streep), A Bird of the Air, The Missing Person, Stop-Loss, Trade, Across the Universe, North Country, Dark Water, The Dying Gaul, and City by the Sea with directors Nora Ephron, Julie Taymor, Kimberly Peirce, Niki Caro, Bob Balaban, Michael Caton-Jones, Ed Harris, Craig Lucas, Noah Buschel, Peter Berg, and Walter Salles. Television film work includes “Georgia O'Keeffe” (with Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons), Hallmark Hall of Fame's “A Dog Named Christmas” (opposite Bruce Greenwood) and “American Experience: John & Abigail Adams” (opposite Simon Russell Beale). Episodic work includes “The Good Wife” (recurring), “Elementary” (recurring), “Unforgettable”, “The Sopranos”, “Gossip Girl”, and multiple episodes on all four “Law & Orders”. For her work on stage, Linda has been nominated for two Tony Awards, received an Obie Award, the Lucille Lortel Award, an Outer Critics Circle Award, a Backstage West Garland Award, multiple Chicago Jeff Awards, and nominations for the Drama Desk, Drama League, LA Drama Critics and LA Ovation Awards. On Broadway, she recently appeared in Death of a Salesman (opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman and Andrew Garfield, directed by Mike Nichols), Life x 3 (with John Turturro, Helen Hunt, and Brent Spiner), and in 1776 (opposite Mr. Spiner and Pat Hingle). Off-Broadway, she appeared opposite Al Pacino in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, and in the premieres of pieces by Craig Lucas, Yasmina Reza, Kander and Ebb, A. R. Gurney, Peter Hedges, and Tony Kushner. Her work as "The Homebody" in Mr. Kushner's Homebody/Kabul spanned five years and three productions. In 2011 she premiered his latest piece: The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures in the role of “Empty”, which was written for her. She resides in New York City.

DANNY BURSTEIN (Herr Schultz). Broadway: The Snow Geese (opposite Mary-Louise Parker)Golden Boy (2013 Tony and Outer Critics Circle nominations); Follies (2012 Tony & Grammy Award nominations; Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards); Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown; South Pacific (Tony and Drama Desk nominations, Outer Critics Circle Award); The Drowsy Chaperone (Tony and Ovation Award nominations); Saint Joan; The Seagull; Three Men on a Horse; A Little Hotel on the Side; The Flowering Peach; A Class Act; Titanic and Company. Off-Broadway includes: Talley’s Folly (Drama League and Lucille Lortel nominations); Mrs. Farnsworth; Psych; All in the Timing; I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change; Merrily We Roll Along; Weird Romance. Film/TV includes: Lolly Steinman on “Boardwalk Empire" (directed by Martin Scorsese); Nor'easter; Construction; “Louie”;  Transamerica; “Absolutely Fabulous”; “Ed”; all the “Law & Order” series; “Hope & Faith”; Deception; and the upcoming films, Cyber (directed by Michael Mann); Trust, Greed, Bullets and Bourbon; Affluenza; and American Milkshake. Danny will be making his Metropolitan Opera debut this season as Frosch in the Jeremy Sams/Douglas Carter Beane production of Die Fledermaus.

BILL HECK (Clifford Bradshaw). Heck garnered notable attention upon his return to New York to play the central role in Horton Foote's 9-hour epic The Orphans' Home Cycle (Signature Theatre), opposite his eventual wife, Maggie Lacey, and directed by Michael Wilson. His work was nominated for Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards in addition to winning a Theatre World Award and Equity's Clarence Derwent Award for Most Promising Actor. Bill went on to star as Joe Pitt opposite Zachary Quinto in Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, played opposite Al Pacino in The Merchant of Venice for The Public Theatre's Shakespeare in the Park, and explored the world of crack addiction in the 2012 Pulitzer play Water By the Spoonful. Other NYC theatre includes Pig Farm for Roundabout, Brooklyn Boy (MTC), and Much Ado About Nothing (NYSF, The Public). Heck recently wrapped as a series regular on "Taxi Brooklyn", Gary Scott Thompson's international television series for Europacorp, directed by Olivier Megaton. Bill's other screen work this year includes Damon Lindelof's “The Leftovers” opposite Liv Tyler (HBO, dir. Peter Berg), the lead in Stephen Elliot’s upcoming independent film Happy Baby, and a featured role in summer 2014 release The Amazing Spiderman 2 (dir. Marc Webb). 2013 has also seen Heck tour the film festival circuit as the lead in Yen Tan's Pit Stop (OutFestLA award for Best Actor), which premiered earlier this year at Sundance. Other TV/film credits include: “Elementary,” “Person of Interest,” “Pan Am,” “The Big C,” “The Closer,” Nonames.

AARON KROHN (Ernst Ludwig). Broadway: Macbeth, The Farnsworth Invention, The Coast of Utopia, Julius Caesar, Henry IV, The Invention of Love , Sam Mendes Bridge Project (Years 1 & 2): As You Like It, The Tempest, The Winter's Tale, The Cherry Orchard, Stratford Shakespeare Festival: The Homecoming, Henry in Henry V, Off-Broadway: The Glass Cage, Echoes of the War (Mint Theatre), Philoktetes by John Jeserun (La Mama), Regional: Divine Rivalry (Hartford Stage), Beauty and The Beast (T.U.T.S.), Sheppey, Much Ado About Nothing (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), The HostageAs You Like ItRomeo and Juliet (Old Globe Theatre), In The Jungle of Cities, Macbeth, Cyrano de Bergerac (Alley Theatre), Ireland tour of  The Complete Works of Shakespeare Abridged. Film/Television: “Boardwalk Empire”, “Law & Order SVU”, Welcome to New York, Many voices for Anime films including Kaji in Neon Genesis Evangelion. Training: MFA from The Old Globe Theatre, San Diego.
HANI FURSTENBERG (Fraulein Kost) Off Broadway: Lucy Thurber's Stay and Adam Rapp's Through The Yellow Hour (Rattlestick Theater); Amadeus, Fiddler on The Roof, Ghetto (Israeli Tony: Best Supporting Actress), and Hamlet (Cameri Theater, Israel). Film: The Loneliest Planet; Ruth & Alex; Campfire (Israeli Oscar: Best Supporting Actress); Yossi and Jagger; TV: "Law & Order SVU"; "CSI"; "The Bourgeoisie" (Keshet Broadcasting); Upcoming film: Five Nights in Maine. Hani is excited to be making her Broadway debut as Fraulein Kost in Cabaret.
WILL CARLYON (Swing). Will is from Larchmont, NY and is a recent graduate of Northwestern University. He couldn't be more excited to be making his Broadway debut in this wonderful show! Will started playing cello at 10 years old and played in various orchestras through high school but in college his focus shifted to theater. Some credits include All Shook Up (Chad), The 25th... Spelling Bee (Chip), Henry V (Henry V), Godspell and Parade. He would like to thank his friends, family, and Brooke for their support. Go 'Cats!
KALEIGH CRONIN (Lulu, Two Ladies, Dancer, u/s Fräulein Kost).Kaleigh Cronin is thrilled to be making her Bway debut! Nat'l Tour: Jersey Boys (Lorraine). TV: ZOOM. Proud Carnegie Mellon alum. Sincerest Thanks to the entire Cabaret team, Carnahan Casting and BRS for making this amazing dream come true! Love to MTW/Palace Theatre and Mom, Dad, and Kaz, to whom she owes everything. For JD- thanks for the sax!
CALEB DAMSCHRODER (Swing). Caleb is thrilled to be making his Broadway debut with Roundabout Theatre Company and in such an iconic show.  Favorite regional credits include Miss Saigon, Maury Yeston's Phantom, Cinderella, Burt and Me, and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Caleb is a member of the Tony Honored BMI Musical Theatre Workshop and his first musical, an adaptation of Brian Friel's Molly Sweeney, is slated to have a workshop this coming summer.
BENJAMIN EAKELEY (Herman, Customs Officer, Max, u/s Clifford Bradshaw, Ernst Ludwig). Broadway: On A Clear Day, You Can See Forever and Sweeney Todd. National Tour: Sweeney Todd (The Beadle). Regional: Sunset Boulevard (Joe Gillis) at the Pioneer Theatre; Marry Me a Little at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; You Can’t Take It With You (Tony Kirby) at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; White Christmas (Bob Wallace), Dial M for Murder (Max) and I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change at the Engeman Theatre; Something’s Afoot (Nigel Rancour) at the Goodspeed Opera House;and 3 seasons with the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, including A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Demetrius), Illyria (Sir Andrew Aguecheek) and Love’s Labour’s Lost (Dumaine). TV credits include "Orange Is The New Black," "The Good Wife" and the upcoming HBO pilot "The Money." Film credits include The Good Shepherd (dir. Robert De Niro), An Englishman in New York and 3 upcoming features to be released in 2014. Regional Winner, Lotte Lenya Competition for Singers. Graduate of Yale University.
ANDREA GOSS (Frenchie, Gorilla, u/s Sally Bowles). Broadway: Once, Rent.  Regional: Zorro (Alliance Theatre), A Civil War Christmas (Baltimore Center Stage), A Christmas Carol (McCarter Theatre), Tarzan (North Shore Theatre), Venice (Center Theatre Group/Kansas City Rep), High School Musical (St. Louis MUNY), Sound of Music and Big River (Syracuse Stage), Thoroughly Modern Millie, Peter Pan, and Miss Saigon (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse).  Readings: Casanova Returns, Freckle-Face Strawberry.  Film: Rent: Filmed Live on Broadway.  Thanks and love to my incredible family and CGF.
LEEDS HILL (Bobby, Two Ladies Dancer, u/s Emcee) recently played Neleus in the National Tour of Mary Poppins. He holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from CCM. Credits include Hanna in La Cage aux Folles (North Shore Music Theatre), Dickon (US/Performed) in The Secret Garden (Stages St. Louis), Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Paper Mill Playhouse), Heat Wave: The Jack Cole Project (Queens Theatre in the Park). This will be his Broadway Debut.
KRISTIN OLNESS (Helga). Kristin Olness is happy make her return in the role of Helga, which she played in the '98 award winning revival of Cabaret. In addition to her Broadway endeavors, she has enjoyed a successful career performing as a singer, dancer and aerialist across the country and around the world. She was a featured aerialist in the Westchester Broadway revival of Barnum, and has toured the U.S. and abroad as a principal aerialist with Cirque Le Masque, Cirque on Ice, Circus Nexus, Day Glo Blu and ImaginAerial. She has choreographed many local productions in such NYC venues as La Mama and Theater for The New City, as well as productions in Maine, Philadelphia, and China. She co-founded and performs with Suspended Cirque, an innovative NYC based theatrical aerial company (, and is also a co-founder and aerial teacher at the circus arts school Aerial Arts NYC ( To learn more about Kristin visit
KELLY PAREDES (Swing). is proud to make her Roundabout and Broadway debut in Cabaret. She has previously toured with this show all over the USA, Canada, Korea, and Japan. (Kelly would like you to know she is famous… in Japan.) Kelly has been seen Off Broadway in The Great Conjurer. She has been playing the viola and flute since the 5th grade, and yes, ‘Perfect Practice Makes Perfect.’ Love to all my family. For Uncle Tony.
JESSICA PARISEAU (Texas). Jessica is so honored to return to New York and be able to perform in with this production of Cabaret once again! Her previous theater credits include the Broadway and Broadway National Tour companies of: The Producers (Blonde Usherette/Dance Captain/U.S. Hold Me Touch Me), Chicago (Hunyak), Cabaret (Rosie/U.S Kost), Follies (Ensemble). Other NY Theater credits include: The Pajama Game (Encores! City Center) and The Radio City Rockettes (Rockette). Regional Theater credits include:The Producers and Chicago (The Hollywood Bowl), Singin’ in the Rain (Winner of the Julia Deberson Award), Joseph…Dreamcoat (Mrs. Potiphar). Jessica Currently resides in Los Angeles where she has had the privilege of working in the film, television and the commercial world. She has done a number of indie films and television appearances in productions such as "The Mentalist" (CBS) and The Producer (Universal Pictures). She has been seen in countless commercials for such companies as Barnes and Noble, Target, Swiffer, among others. She would like to thank her amazing, supportive husband Noah, her sweet son William, her family and friends for all of their help as well as Jim Carnahan, Sam Mendes and the whole creative team for this opportunity!
DYLAN PAUL (Victor).  Dylan Paul recently appeared as a resident company member of the American Shakespeare Center, playing Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Bertram in All’s Well That Ends Well, and Hastings in She Stoops to Conquer, among other roles.  Regional credits include multiple seasons with Illinois Shakespeare Festival and Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre.   He is a recipient of the Fulbright Award, and the Voice and Speech Trainers Association Clyde Vinson Award.  Dylan holds an MFA from the Professional Actor Training Program at the University of Houston, and a BFA in Theatre & Voice from the University of Kansas.  More can be found at     
EVAN D. SIEGEL (Hans, Rudy). Broadway debut!  Regional favorites: All Shook Up (Chad), Brigadoon (Tommy Albright), The Great Gatsby (Tom Buchanan), Witness for the Prosecution (Leonard Vole); Film/television: War Dead, Ithaca, “Law & Order”, “The Boys who Brunch”. Evan is also a member of Teatro, a London-based vocal quartet that has sold over a million records and has a #1 album in South Africa, and he has performed as a saxophonist throughout the US and Europe. Harvard BA Magna cum Laude in linguistics. Thanks to his family, friends, Danielle, and especially his parents, for their tireless support, inspiration, and love.  
STACEY SIPOWICZ (Rosie, Asst. Dance Captain, u/s Fräulein Kost, Gorilla) is honored to be back on Broadway in this incredible production!  Broadway: Cabaret (Rosie) & A Wonderful Life (Actors Fund Performance); 1st National Tour of Cabaret (Frenchie); European Tour: Fame, the Dance Musical (Iris); Regional: Westchester Broadway Theater: Cabaret (Sally Bowles u/s); Cape Playhouse Thoroughly Modern Millie (Cora). Off-Broadway: Seesaw at the Connelly Theater, From Gerswhin to Berlin at Algonquin Theater. Film: One Angry Man with Jackie Mason.  Other favorites: swinging high up on the trapeze with the Baby Janes in NYC, tap dancing on the Carnegie Hall stage with Sir Elton John & teaching Music N’ Motion to the tiniest of dancers in NYC!  She is originally from Boston, where she started out as a Debi Hanley Dancer and after receiving her BFA in Dance from UMass Amherst, she went on to become a member of Adrienne Hawkins’ Impulse Dance Company.  Stacey is also a certified yoga instructor for both adults & children. She feels incredibly grateful to her supportive family and friends and wishes to thank all of her teachers along the way.  Thanks to the dream team for giving me an opportunity to toot my own horn once again!  And Love to Eddog & my three little angels- Emily, KK & Mimi!
KATRINA YAUKEY (Swing) is thrilled to return to Berlin with this amazing group of people! Broadway: Warhorse, Billy Elliot, Company, Cabaret (1998 revival). Tours: Billy Elliot, Sweeney Todd, Cabaret, Victor/Victoria. Off-Broadway: Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, Roadshow.  Regional: American Repertory Theatre, American Conservatory Theatre, The Cape Playhouse, Totem Pole Playhouse.  She also performs with the all female, all accordion band, The Main Squeeze Orchestra.  Thanks Mom and Dad.
KRISTIE DALE SANDERS (Standby for Fraulein Schneider).  Roundabout: Dream of the Burning Boy. Broadway: Evita, Next Fall, Phantom of the Opera, Urinetown, The Sound of Music. National & Off-Bway: Phantom, Johnny Guitar, A Class Act, Hello Muddah..., Favorites: Sweeney Todd, King Lear, Trust, Cover of Life & over 100 regional productions. TV: “All My Children,” “The Wire.”
PHILIP HOFFMAN (Standby for Herr Schultz). Over 30 years of NYC productions. Among them: (Broadway) Falsettos, A Catered Affair, Into The Woods, Fiddler On The Roof; (Off-Broadway) Merrily We Roll Along, All In The Timing, Rags.  Regionally: Angels in America-Perestroika, Speed-the-Plow, Jekyll & Hyde, Titanic. Also: “Law & Order,” “Blue Bloods,” several cast recordings, audiobooks.
SAM MENDES (Director). Sam Mendes’s work directing theatre and film spans 25 years. At 24 years old he became the first Artistic Director of the Minerva Theatre in Chichester. At 27 he founded the Donmar Warehouse in London, which he ran for ten years, and where he directed many productions including Assassins, Cabaret, Translations, Glengarry Glen Ross, Company, The Glass Menagerie, Habeas Corpus, The Blue Room, To The Green Fields Beyond, Uncle Vanya and Twelfth Night. It has become one of the world’s leading playhouses. Other theatre includes: For the Royal Shakespeare Company: Troilus and Cressida, Richard III, The Tempest and The Alchemist. For the National Theatre: The Sea, The Birthday Party, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Othello and the forthcoming King Lear. In the West End: The Cherry Orchard, London Assurance, Kean, Oliver! and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which is currently running in London at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. On Broadway: Cabaret, The Blue Room, Gypsy and The Vertical Hour. In 2009 he founded the Bridge Project, a transatlantic classical theatre company, for which he directed The Winter’s Tale, The Cherry Orchard, The Tempest, As You Like It and Richard III. His many theatre awards include: four Olivier Awards, two Tony Awards, four Evening Standard Awards, several Critics’ Choice Awards and the Hamburg Shakespeare Prize. In 1998 he directed his first film American Beauty, winning the Academy Award for Best Director and Best Picture, as well as the Golden Globe and Directors’ Guild Awards. He has since directed the Academy Award-winning Road to Perdition, Jarhead, Revolutionary Road, Away We Go, and the BAFTA and Academy Award-winning Skyfall, the most successful film of all time in the UK and one of the most successful of all time worldwide. In 2003 he founded Neal Street Productions with Pippa Harris and Caro Newling. Neal Street has produced the BAFTA award-winning television series “Call the Midwife” and “The Hollow Crown”; several movies including Things We Lost in the Fire, Stuart A Life Backwards and Starter for 10; and in the theatre the long-running Shrek The Musical. He was awarded a CBE in 2000 and a Directors’ Guild Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005.
ROB MARSHALL (Co-Director/Choreographer). Marshall's films have been honored with a total of 23 Academy Award nominations - winning 9, including Best Picture.  His most recent film, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides starring Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz, has grossed over one billion dollars at the worldwide box office, making it one of the highest grossing films in history.  He is currently in production for the film version of Stephen Sondheim’s musical Into the Woods for Disney. Marshall's film Nine was nominated for four Academy Awards, five Golden Globes and 10 Critics Choice Awards. His previous directorial efforts include the Academy Award-winning films Chicago and Memoirs of a Geisha. For his work on Chicago, winner of six Oscars including Best Picture, Marshall received the Directors Guild Award, an Oscar nomination, a Golden Globe Award nomination, a BAFTA nomination, The National Board of Review Award and the New York Film Critics Online Award, both for best directorial debut, as well as the American Choreography Award. His epic film Memoirs of a Geisha was the winner of three Oscars, three BAFTA Awards and a Golden Globe. Marshall executive produced, directed and choreographed the NBC television event “Tony Bennett: An American Classic.” He won his second Directors Guild Award for this production as well as three Emmy Awards himself for Direction, Choreography and Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special.  He directed and choreographed Disney/ABC’s critically acclaimed movie musical Annie, which received 12 Emmy nominations and won the prestigious Peabody Award.  For his work he received an Emmy for Choreography and an American Choreography Award. A six-time Tony Award nominee and George Abbott Award winner, Marshall's stage work includes co-directing and choreographing Roundabout Theatre Company’s worldwide award-winning Broadway production of Cabaret and directing and choreographing the Broadway revival of Little Me, starring Martin Short.  He made his Broadway choreographic debut with Kiss of the Spider Woman, directed by Harold Prince, which also played London’s West End and Vienna. He followed that with productions of She Loves Me on Broadway and London; Damn Yankees on Broadway, National Tour and London; Blake Edwards’ Victor/Victoria on Broadway; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum on Broadway; Company on Broadway; The Petrified Forest at the New York Public Theatre, and Promises, Promises for City Center Encores!  Additional choreography credits include the Disney/ABC movie musical “Cinderella” (Emmy nomination), the CBS movie musical “Mrs. Santa Claus” (Emmy nomination), and The Kennedy Center Honors (Kander & Ebb and Chita Rivera tributes). Marshall holds a BFA from Carnegie-Mellon University.
JOE MASTEROFF (Book). Born in 1919 in Philadelphia, he had only one dream from infancy: to write for the theatre. After the essential lonely childhood and four year stint in the air force, he came to New York to face his future: book-writer or book seller? Luckily, luck intervened. Before long he had three shows on Broadway bearing his name: The Warm Peninsula starring Julie Harris, and two musicals She Loves Me and Cabaret, for which he was the book-writer. Thanks to indulgent parents, the New Dramatists, Hal Prince, and many others, he is now retired and living in subdued luxury.

JOHN KANDER (Music) & FRED EBB (Lyrics). The John Kander and Fred Ebb collaboration of four decades has created what many would consider Broadway standards and contemporary classics. One of their first collaborations became a hit song for Barbra Streisand “My Coloring Book” earning John and Fred a Grammy nomination. In 1965 the pair worked on their first Broadway show Flora the Red Menace, produced by Hal Prince and directed by George Abbott. Flora also introduced a rising new star Liza Minnelli. Followed by: Cabaret (Tony Award music and lyrics), The Happy Time, Zorba, 70 Girls 70, Chicago, The Act, Woman of the Year (Tony Award music and lyrics), The Rink, Kiss of the Spider Woman (Tony Award music and lyrics) and Steel Pier. Their collaboration also transferred itself to movies and television as they wrote original material for the Academy Awards, “Liza with a Z” and HBO’s Liza Minnelli’s “Steppin Out” (both Emmy winners), “Baryshnikov on Broadway”, “Goldie and Liza Together”, “Funny Lady”, “Lucky Lady”, “New York, New York”, “Steppin Out”, and “Chicago”, the movie. In 1985 the song “New York, New York” became the official anthem of New York City. At the time of the unfortunate death of Mr. Ebb in 2004, Kander and Ebb had several projects in different stages of completion waiting in the wings, including: Tony nominated Curtains which played at the Al Hirschfeld Theater on Broadway in 2007, twelve-time Tony nominated The Scottsboro Boys which opened on Broadway in 2010, All About Us (an adaptation of Thornton Wilders “The Skin of our Teeth”) and The Visit which had a successful run at the Goodman Theater in Chicago and The Signature Theatre in Fairfax, VA starring Chita Rivera. Mr. Kander is currently collaborating with author/playwright Greg Pierce on two new projects, The Landing and Kid Victory.

PATRICK VACCARIELLO (Musical Direction). Recently, Music Supervisor for the West End production of A Chorus Line and Music Contractor for the Broadway production of AnnieBroadway: Patrick wasMusic Director/Arranger for Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway, as well as West Side Story, Come Fly Away, Lend Me a Tenor, Gypsy (with Patti LuPone and Bernadette Peters), La Cage Aux Folles, The Boy from Oz, Cabaret, Dance of the Vampires, Jesus Christ Superstar, Victor/Victoria, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Cats and Take Me Along.  Performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, The Kansas City Symphony. Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, City Center,  Steppenwolf Theatre,  Kennedy Center. Internationally, Patrick has conducted The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber worldwide, including at Bejing’s Great Hall of the People. Patrick was featured in the film, Every Little Step: The Making of the Chorus Line Revival, and conducted many cast recordings including the Grammy-award winning West Side Story, as well as Cabaret, A Chorus Line, Gypsy and The Boy from Oz. A graduate of the Hartt School of Music, Patrick received their Distinguished Alumni Award in 2010.
ROBERT BRILL (Set & Club Design). Robert Brill's designs for Broadway include the set and club design for the 1998 revival of Cabaret, Jesus Christ Superstar, Assassins (Tony nomination), Guys and Dolls (Tony nomination), The Story of My Life, A Streetcar Named Desire, Laugh Whore, The Good Body, Anna in the Tropics, Design for Living, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Buried Child and The Rehearsal. His recent projects include Christopher Plummer's A Word or Two and The Flaming Lips' musical Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. His designs for opera include Faust for the Metropolitan Opera and Engish National Opera, Doubt for Minnesota Opera, and the world-premiere of Moby-Dick for The Dallas Opera and other companies throughout the US, Australia and Canada. His upcoming projects include two other world-premiere operas, Cold Mountain and The Manchurian Candidate. Brill's other credits include Sinatra at Radio City Music Hall, On the Record for Disney Theatrical, American in Paris for the Boston Ballet, A Clockwork Orange for Steppenwolf, Anna Deavere Smith’s Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 for the Mark Taper Forum and McCarter Theatre, and The Laramie Project for BAM and other theaters throughout the US. He has designed for The Whitney Museum of American Art, Feld Entertainment, The Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Lincoln Center Theatre, Atlantic Theatre, San Francisco Opera, San Diego Opera, Guthrie Theatre, Goodman Theatre, The Old Globe, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, American Conservatory Theatre, and numerous productions for La Jolla Playhouse. He is a founding member of Sledgehammer Theatre and a recipient of the Merritt Award for Excellence in Design and Collaboration.
WILLIAM IVEY LONG (Costume Design). Current Broadway: Bullets Over Broadway, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Chicago, now in its 18th year. Previous Roundabout productions: The Mystery Of Edwin Drood, Don’t Dress For Dinner, Pal Joey; The Ritz, A Streetcar Named Desire; Twentieth Century, The Man Who Came To Dinner; Cabaret (1998); 1776; Company; Picnic; The Homecomming. Select Broadway:  Big, Fish, Hugh Jackman: Back On Broadway; Grey Gardens; The Boy From Oz; Hairspray; The Producers; Contact; Guys And Dolls; Crazy For You; Six Degrees Of Separation; Nine. Upcoming: The Merry Widow at The Metropolitan Opera. Mr. Long has 13 Tony Award nominations, winning six times. He was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame in 2006, and was elected Chairman of the American Theatre Wing in June 2012.

PEGGY EISENHAUER (Lighting Design) is excited to be reuniting with her design partner Mike Baldassari and directors Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall, along with entire Cabaret creative team. Ms. Eisenhauer designs concurrently for Broadway, film, and the music industry. She is known most prominently as design partner to renowned lighting designer Jules Fisher, a 29 year collaboration. Broadway design highlights include Lucky Guy, Jane Eyre, Gypsy, Ragtime, Noise/Funk, Assassins, Elaine Stritch: At Liberty, and Victor Victoria. Highlights in the music industry include Tracy Chapman, Fishbone, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Whitney Houston, and Neil Young. Her designs for film include Chicago, School of Rock, Dreamgirls, The Producers, Neil Young Trunk Show (with Mr. Baldassari), and Burlesque. In 2010 she was selected as one of Variety’s "100 Women of Impact in Hollywood." She is the recipient of three Tony awards and eight nominations. MIKE BALDASSARI (Lighting Design) is a Tony and Emmy nominated Lighting Designer whose work has been seen live in more than 25 countries. He designed the Theatrical Lighting for Rob Marshall’s movie musical NINE, as well as Rock of Ages. Other Theatrical Lighting for film includes Joyful Noise, Sex and the City 2, Going the Distance and Neil Young Trunk Show. For this production of Cabaret, the lighting design received Tony and Drama Desk Award Nominations and received the Entertainment Design Award. Recently on Broadway Mike lit First Date and is designing the upcoming Holler If Ya Hear Me.  Around the globe, he designed an all-new production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, which has had ten separate companies throughout Europe, with plans for several more. Family entertainment designs included Yo Gabba Gabba, which was awarded the Billboard Touring Award for Creative Content. Some of the world premières he’s designed include; Tennessee William’s One Arm, for Steppenwolf, Somewhere in Time, 13, and NERDS://A Musical Software Satire. Mike has designed more than a dozen US national tours.  In the music arena, he was the Production Designer for many recent Alice in Chains’ tours and co-designed Neil Young’s Chrome Dreams II tour worldwide in addition to being the Lighting Director for Neil’s Harvest Moon Tour. Television designs include many Digital Shorts for “Saturday Night Live” as well as concerts for Mary J. Blige and Tim Mcgraw. He was nominated for an Emmy Award for his Lighting Direction of “Garth Brooks Live From Central Park”.

BRIAN RONAN (Sound Design) has designed the sound for over 25 Broadway musicals and plays. Some recent designs include If/Then, Beautiful, Annie, Bring It On, Nice Work If You Can Get It (Tony nomination), The Book of Mormon (Tony Award), Anything Goes (Drama Desk), American Idiot, Promises Promises, Next to Normal (Tony nomination), Grease, Curtains, Spring Awakening as well as Grey Gardens and The Pajama Game which both earned Drama Desk nominations. Off-Broadway designs include Giant, Rent, Everyday Rapture, Saved, 10 Million Miles, and Bug (Obie and Lucille Lortel awards). His career has taken him across America, Europe and Asia and has afforded him the opportunity to work with the most talented composers, directors, designers, actors, musicians and stagehands in the world for which he is eternally grateful.
MICHAEL GIBSON (Orchestrations). Broadway: The Boy From Oz, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Cabaret (revival; Tony Award Nomination), Youre a Good Man, Charlie Brown (revival), Steel Pier (Tony Award Nomination), Anything Goes, My One and Only (Drama Desk Award), The Rink, Woman of the Year, Over Here, Meet Me in St. Louis, Peter Pan (revival). Also orchestrated for Radio City and Ringling Bros. Circus and for such stars as Patti LuPone, Liza Minnelli, Bernadette Peters, Joel Grey and Chita Rivera. Film/TV: Grease, Roseland, Still of the Night, Kennedy Center Honors, Miss America Pageant, Super Bowl, Tony Awards.
DAVID KRANE (Dance and Incidental Music) created the dance music & additional score for the Oscar-winning film Chicago & the movie of Nine, provided music arrangements & additional score adaptation for the Disney’s upcoming Into the Woods starring Meryl Streep, produced & arranged Michelle Williams’ vocals for My Week with Marilyn & composed Aspire with Stephen Cole, the first American musical produced in the Middle East. Their musical comedy about that incredible experience, The Road to Qatar! was produced in Dallas, New York City and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The show is licensed by, and the CD, produced by, is available on iTunes.
PAUL HUNTLEY (Hair and Wig Designer). London-born Paul Huntley has worked on hundreds of Broadway shows since his 1972 arrival in New York, most memorably the original productions of Amadeus, Cats, Evita, Les Misérables, Sweeney Todd, The Producers, and Hairspray. A recipient of the Drama Desk and Tony awards, he has also worked with the some of the most legendary leading ladies of the cinema, ranging from Bette Davis, Marlene Dietrich and Vivien Leigh to Jane Fonda, Glenn Close, Jessica Lange and Scarlett Johansson. Current Broadway shows include Cinderella, Bullets Over Broadway and All the Way.
ANGELINA AVALLONE (Make-up Design). Broadway: Bullets Over Broadway; Cinderella; Big Fish;  The Assembled Parties;  Nice Work If You Can Get It; The Trip to Bountiful; Rock of Ages; The Mystery of Edwin Drood; Chaplin (Broadway & Saint-Petersburg, Russia); Macbeth; Golden Boy; Golden Age; Venus in Fur; Anything Goes; Memphis; Other Desert Cities; The Best Man; The Addams Family; The Importance of Being Earnest; Sunday in the Park With George; A Little Night Music; The Little Mermaid; The Color Purple; Chitty Chitty Bang Bang; Gypsy; Young Frankenstein; The Light in the Piazza. 
DEBORAH HECHT (Dialect Coach).  BROADWAY: Act One, The Bridges of Madison County, Golden Boy, Annie, Venus in Fur, Spider-Man, A Free Man of Color, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Driving Miss Daisy,The Seagull, South Pacific, Cyrano, Little Mermaid, Year of Magical Thinking,  Mary Poppins, Old Acquaintance,  Night Mother,  After the Fall,  Long Day’s Journey into Night, The Crucible, Dirty Blonde, The Music Man, Titanic, Lion King, Cabaret, Angels in America, many others.  OFF-BROADWAY:  LCT, Signature, Public Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, Playwrights Horizons, Second Stage, Roundabout, Vineyard, NY Theatre Workshop,  TFANA.  REGIONAL: Williamstown Theatre Festival, Hartford Stage, Long Wharf, Guthrie, Two River Theatre, Hartford Stage, Seattle Rep, Yale Rep, Berkeley Rep, others.  England: Winter’s Tale (RSC), Buried Child  (National).  FILM: Kinsey, Surviving PicassoMy Cousin Vinny (Marisa Tomei), Miller’s Crossing, Used People (both Marcia Gay Harden), others. TV: "The Black Box," "Damages."  Faculty: NYU Grad Acting, Juilliard. 


Photo Credits Alan Cumming: ©Kevin Garcia; Michelle Williams: ©Frank W. Ockenfels