Past Shows

Who's Who

KRISTIN CHENOWETH (Mildred Plotka/Lily Garland). Broadway: You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards); Steel Pier (Theatre World Award) Wicked; Promises, Promises; Epic Proportions; Scapin. Off-Broadway: A New Brain, Dames at Sea, The Fantasticks, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever and Strike Up the Band. Films: The Boy Next Door, Strange Magic, Rio 2, A Bet’s a Bet, Hard Sell, Bewitched, The Pink Panther, RV, Running With Scissors, Stranger Than Fiction, Deck the Halls, Four Christmases. TV: “Descendants,” “Pushing Daisies” (Emmy Award), “Glee,” “The West Wing,” “GCB,” “The Good Wife,” “12 Men of Christmas,” “The Music Man,” “Annie” and “Kristin.” An Oklahoma Hall of Famer, Chenoweth has performed her solo concerts across the globe at legendary venues, including Carnegie Hall, the Royal Albert Hall and Sydney Opera House. She holds honorary doctorate degrees from UNCSA and OCU.
PETER GALLAGHER (Oscar Jaffee). Broadway: The Real Thing (Clarence Derwent Award) and The Country Girl directed by Mike Nichols, Guys and Dolls (Drama Desk nomination), Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Tony Award nomination), Noises Off, The Corn Is Green (Theatre World Award), Comden and Green’s A Doll’s Life directed by Hal Prince, Grease (original production), Hair. Films: American Beauty (SAG Award); sex, lies and videotape and The Underneath by Steven Soderbergh; The Player and Short Cuts (Golden Globe) directed by Robert Altman; While You Were Sleeping; Dreamchild; The Idolmaker; upcoming: Hello, My Name Is Doris. Television: “The OC,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Togetherness,” “Covert Affairs,” “Californication,” “Rescue Me.” Recordings: 7 Days In Memphis, Pal Joey, Guys and Dolls. Solo show: How’d All You People Get in My Room.
ANDY KARL (Bruce Granit) Broadway: Rocky (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Drama League nominations), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Drama Desk nomination), Jersey Boys, Wicked, 9 to 5, Legally Blonde (ACCA Award), The Wedding Singer, Saturday Night Fever. Off-Broadway: Altar Boyz (original cast), Slut, Saturday Night. Other: Romeo & Bernadette (Carbonell nomination), Tommy. Film/TV: “Forever,” And So It Goes, Joyful Noise, “Legally Blonde: The Musical,” On the One, New York, I Love You. Twitter: @andy_karl
MARK LINN-BAKER (Oliver Webb) Broadway: You Can’t Take It With You, Relatively Speaking, Losing Louie, A Year With Frog and Toad, A Funny Thing..., Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Face Value. Encores!: The Pajama Game. Joseph Papp's NYSF: All's Well…, Othello, Von Richthofen, The Laundry Hour, Alice In Concert. Off-Broadway: Almost An Evening, Chesapeake, A Flea In Her Ear, The Miss Fire Cracker Contest, Randy Newman's Maybe I'm Doing It Wrong. Film: Manhattan, My Favorite Year, Noises Off, How Do You Know. Television: Showtime's “Laughter on the 23rd Floor,” “The Good Wife,” “Ally McBeal,” “Law and Order,” “LO:CI.” Starred on ABC's “Perfect Strangers” and “Twins.” Co-founder/co-director of New York Stage and Film Company.

MICHAEL McGRATH (Owen O'Malley) won a Tony Award for his performance in Nice Work If You Can Get It on Broadway. Other Broadway credits include Born Yesterday, Memphis, Is He Dead?, Spamalot (Tony Award nomination), Wonderful Town, Little Me, Swinging On A Star (Theatre World Award), The Goodbye Girl and My Favorite Year. Michael also appeared in the City Center Encores! productions of Follies, The Boys from Syracuse and DuBarry Was A Lady. His Off-Broadway credits include: The Cocoanuts, The Butter And Egg Man, Game Show, Louisiana Purchase and Forbidden Broadway. Michael has appeared on television in “The Martin Short Show.” His film credits include: The Interpreter, Changing Lanes and Ira and Abby.

MARY LOUISE WILSON (Letitia Primrose) On Broadway, Mary Louise was Big Edie in Grey Gardens (Tony Award), appeared in Amy Herzog’s 4000 Miles at Lincoln Center (Obie Award), Fraulein Schneider in the Broadway revival of Cabaret (Tony Award nomination), and Mrs. Morehouse in the Roundabout Theater’s The Women. She portrayed fashion icon Diana Vreeland in Full Gallop which she co-wrote with Mark Hampton (Obie, Drama Desk awards). Other recent Off-Broadway plays include Love, Loss And What I Wore, Bosoms And Neglect at the Signature and Beard Of Avon at NYTW (Drama Desk nomination). Recent television appearances include: “Mozart in the Jungle,” “Devious Maids,” “The Sopranos,” “Louie CK” and “Nurse Jackie.” Film work includes: Nebraska, The Humbling, Step Mom, Klute, Green Card, She-Devil, Pet Semetary, Zelig and The Money Pit.

PHILLIP ATTMORE (Porter #1, Ensemble). Broadway/NY: After Midnight, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Encores! Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Tours/regional: Phillip Attmore: Moments Musicaux (Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris), Fosse, Stormy Weather, 42nd Street. Film/TV: “So You Think You Can Dance” (season six), “Judging Amy,” “Sisters,” “Silent Tongue,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
JUSTIN BOWEN (Train Secretary, Ensemble). Credits include Chaplin the Musical on Broadway (Chaplin u/s), City Center Encores! (On Your Toes), Paper Mill Playhouse (Hero, A Funny Thing…, Forum), Goodspeed Musicals (Mickey, Hello! My Baby), Stages St. Louis (Tom Sawyer, Big River), Yale Institute for Music Theatre, NYMF, as well as CBS’ “My Broadway Debut.” BM, Music Theatre, Florida State University. Thanks to Nicolosi & Co., Scott, Warren and Mom and Dad!
PRESTON TRUMAN BOYD (Swing). Broadway: Bullets Over Broadway (Ensemble), Big Fish (Ensemble). National tours: Jersey Boys (Bob Gaudio), Young Frankenstein (the Monster). Regional: the Muny, KC Starlight, VSC, USO on the USS Wisconsin. TV: “Guiding Light,” “The 68th Annual Tony Awards.” NFAA winner with Placido Domingo. Love to Mom, Dad, Haley, Syd, BRS/Gage, Jim and Mr. Kopel.
PAULA LEGGETT CHASE (Imelda Thornton, Ensemble). Roundabout: Bye Bye Birdie (Gloria Rasputin), The Pajama Game. Other Broadway: Curtains; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels; Kiss Me, Kate; Damn Yankees; Crazy for You; A Chorus Line. Also, Cabaret (w/Joel Grey), Applause (Encores!). TV: “The Sound of Music Live!,” “30 Rock” (Randi), “Law & Order” (Judge Dorothy Parnell), “Unforgettable,” “Bored to Death,” “Odd Mom Out,” “Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego?” (Mediva).

BEN CRAWFORD (Ensemble). Roundabout debut! Broadway/New York: Shrek the Musical (Shrek), Big Fish (Don Price, Ed Bloom u/s), Les Misérables (u/s Valjean/Javert), Jasper in Deadland (Mr. Lethe), Irma la Duce, Merrily We Roll Along. Recordings: Frozen, Big Fish, 35MM. Love to DGRW, Crawford/FitzGibbons clans, his Kate and Moses. @crawdady21

RICK FAUGNO (Porter, Ensemble). Original Frankie Valli, Jersey Boys, Las Vegas (Best Singer); Show Boat (Lincoln Center, PBS); Revolution… (Minetta Lane); Fingers & Toes (Ivoryton). Film/television: Virgin Alexander (Alexander; Outstanding Actor, Orlando Film Festival), “The Following,” “The Newsroom,” “American Dreams,” “America’s Got Talent.” Sixth Broadway show. Album on iTunes. Love to Joyce and Lena.


JENIFER FOOTE (Swing, Dance Captain). Broadway: The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Follies, Rock of Ages, A Chorus Line, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Dracula, Annie Get Your Gun. Associate director/choreographer credits: Sweeney Todd starring Emma Thompson (NY Philharmonic, PBS), The Cradle Will Rock (the Acting Company). Jenifer is currently the associate director of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (national tour). Live gratitude.
BAHIYAH HIBAH (Can-Can Girl, Ensemble). Broadway: Roundabout’s revival of Pal Joey, Chicago (Velma), The Color Purple (co Nettie), After Midnight, Rock of Ages (Justice, Regina; DC) and Memphis (to name a few) have been the blessings that have led her to joining the amazing cast and artistic team of OTTC. Special thanks to her ZBC family.
DREW KING (Porter, Ensemble) . Broadway debut! Massachusetts native. New York: On Your Toes (Encores!). Tour: Elf. Regional: Goodspeed, Paper Mill, Ogunquit, Westchester, Gateway, Kennedy Center. Thanks to Roundabout, casting, Bloc, Warren, Scott, Kevin, Sara, Angie. Fordham University, BA international studies and Spanish. Dedicated to every teacher, friend and family member for believing in me.
ANALISA LEAMING (Anita, Ensemble). Broadway debut. New York: Pipe Dream, Where’s Charley? (Encores!), The Mikado (Carnegie Hall). Tours: Annie, The Sound of Music. Regional: MUNY, Kansas City Starlight, North Shore Music Theatre, Magic Theatre, Geva Theatre, Infinity Theatre and Barrington Stage Company. Lotte Lenya Competition winner. BM, Eastman School of Music.
KEVIN LIGON (Simon Finch, Otto Von Bismarck, Ensemble). Roundabout: 1776. Broadway: Bullets Over Broadway; The Phantom of the Opera; Sister Act; Finian’s Rainbow; Young Frankenstein; The Producers; Kiss Me, Kate; The Secret Garden. Highlights: Pirelli in Sweeney Todd (Kennedy Center Sondheim Celebration), Nicely in Guys and Dolls (Jeff Award, 1992 national tour), Forbidden Broadway (Off-Broadway), “Law & Order: SVU” (NBC).

ERICA MANSFIELD (Can-Can Girl, Ensemble). Broadway/NY: Pippin (u/s Fastrada), Evita, How to Succeed (u/s Miss Jones), Mamma Mia!, The Bandwagon (Encores!). Touring: A Chorus Line (u/s Cassie, Sheila, Maggie, Judy), Mamma Mia! (u/s Sophie), Radio City Christmas Spectacular. TV: “Kennedy Center Honors,” “The Tony Awards.” Many thanks to my parents, Alex, Donna, Miss Suz, Roundabout and the entire creative team!
JAMES MOYE (Max Jacobs, Ensemble). Broadway/Off-Broadway: Bullets Over Broadway, Million Dollar Quartet, Ragtime, A Tale of Two Cities, The Full Monty, Urinetown, Far From Heaven, Happiness, Dogfight, Closer Than Ever, Silence! Film/TV: Fair Game, Construction, The War r ior and the Sav ior , “The Mysteries of Laura,” “Royal Pains,” “The Onion News Network,” “Law & Order,” “The Today Show,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”


LINDA MUGLESTON (Dr. Johnson, Ensemble). Broadway: Cinderella; Anything Goes; Young Frankenstein; Wonderful Town; Nine; Into the Woods; Kiss Me, Kate; On the Town. “Sound of Music Live!” on NBC. Off- Broadway/regional: The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Denver Center), Guys and Dolls (Carnegie Hall), The Sound of Music (Carnegie Hall), Sunset Boulevard (Portland Center Stage), Damn Yankees, The Sound of Music (Muny), Kristina (Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall), Falsettos (Huntington Theatre), Happy End (A.C.T.).


MAMIE PARRIS (Agnes, Ensemble). Roundabout: 110 in the Shade. Broadway/national tour: Wicked (Elphaba), 9 to 5 (Judy), Ragtime, The Drowsy Chaperone, Legally Blonde. Off- Broadway: City Center’s Pump Boys and Dinettes (Prudie), Transport Group’s See Rock City (Dodi/Lily). Regional: Goodspeed, Pittsburgh CLO, the Muny. TV/film: “State of Affairs,” Killer Set. Thanks to all involved! Love to Johnathan. In memory of Mom and Dad.
ANDY TAYLOR (Congressman Lockwood, Ensemble). Broadway: Once (Bank Manager), Moon Over Buffalo (Howard) with Carol Burnett, One Touch of Venus (Rodney), Titanic. National tours: The Producers (Leo Bloom), Cabaret (Ernst), Mamma Mia! (Harry). Film/TV: Geezers, The Sunshine Boys, “Law & Order,” “CSI.” Oberlin Conservatory graduate in cello, played Carnegie Hall, music captain of Once.

JIM WALTON (Conductor Flanagan, Ensemble). Roundabout: The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Death Takes a Holiday and Bye Bye Birdie. Other credits: Merrily We Roll Along, 42nd Street, Sweeney Todd, And the World Goes ’Round, The Music Man, Guys and Dolls. On PBS: “Crazy for You,” “Sondheim! The Birthday Concert” and “Company: In Concert.”
RICHARD RIAZ YODER (Porter, Ensemble) is happy to be tappin’ his way back to Broadway with this show! OCU grad. Broadway/tours: White Christmas, 42nd Street. Regional favorites: Sophisticated Ladies, Hairspray, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Aida and Mousical. Thanks to ROTC, Warren, Scott, Sara and Kevin. Love to family/friends and Aaron. For my siblings!
BETTY COMDEN & ADOLPH GREEN (Book & Lyrics) had a groundbreaking partnership of more than 60 years, winning Tony Awards for their lyrics and/or librettos for Applause, Wonderful Town, Hallelujah Baby!, On the Twentieth Century and The Will Rogers Follies. Other Broadway credits: On the Town (including the smash Broadway revival), Peter Pan, Bells Are Ringing, Do Re Mi, Subways Are for Sleeping and A Doll’s Life. They wrote the screenplays and/or lyrics for films including Singin’ in the Rain, Good News, On the Town, The Band Wagon, It’s Always Fair Weather (Academy Award nomination) and Auntie Mame. They were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and received the Kennedy Center Honors Award in 1991, among countless other tributes. Betty Comden appeared in the films Garbo Talks and Slaves of New York, and authored an essay collection entitled Off Stage. Ms. Comden is survived by her daughter, Susanna Kyle. Adolph Green appeared in the films Simon, My Favorite Year, Lily in Love, I Want to Go Home and The Substance of Fire, and as Dr. Pangloss in the television broadcast of “Candide,” conducted by Leonard Bernstein. Mr. Green is survived by his wife, Tony Awardwinning actress Phyllis Newman (founder of the Phyllis Newman Women’s Health Initiative of the Actors Fund), and their children, Adam and Amanda.

CY COLEMAN (Composer). “Cy Coleman is a permanent gem in Broadway’s musical crown.” So said the New York Post’s esteemed critic, Clive Barnes. For three decades, Tony, Emmy and Grammy Award-winning composer Cy Coleman turned out distinguished Broadway musicals, including Wildcat, Little Me, Sweet Charity, Seesaw, I Love My Wife, Barnum and The Life. Coleman won Tony Awards for Best Musical and Best Score in consecutive years for City of Angels (1990) and The Will Rogers Follies (1991). Coleman, a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, also enjoyed a long, successful recording career as a jazz musician and penned such popular standards as “Witchcraft” and “The Best Is Yet to Come.”

MARCO PENNETTE (Additional Material Provided). Theatre: Motherhood Out Loud (Off-Broadway). TV: co-created the sitcom “Caroline in the City” and has written for such series as “Ugly Betty” (Golden Globe Award) and “Desperate Housewives” among others. He currently writes for the CBS comedy “Mom.” I wish to thank Scott Ellis for this wonderful opportunity. And thank you to my family for all your love and support, especially Steve, Ally, Chelsea and Zoe.

AMANDA GREEN (Additional Lyrics). Broadway: Hands on a Hardbody (lyricist/co-composer), Tony, OCC and two Drama Desk Award nominations (Music and Lyrics), Frederic Loewe Award (Music); Bring It On (co-lyricist), Tony Award nomination for Best Musical, Drama Desk nomination for Lyrics; High Fidelity (Lyrics). TV: “Peter Pan Live!” (add’l lyrics). She writes songs with Trey Anastasio, performed by Phish and TAB.

SCOTT ELLIS (Director) is currently represented on Broadway by The Elephant Man, You Can’t Take It With You. Other B’way: 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 (Tony, Drama Desk nominations), Company, Steel Pier (Tony nomination), She Loves Me (Tony nomination), Picnic, A Month in the Country. Off-Broadway: Tom Durnin; Gruesome Playground Injuries; Streamers; Good Boys and True; The Waverly Gallery; Flora, the Red Menace (Drama Desk nomination); and The World Goes ’Round (Drama Desk Award). TV: “Weeds” (EP), “30 Rock” (Emmy nomination, Best Director), “Modern Family,” “The Good Wife.” Associate artistic director, Roundabout Theatre Company.

WARREN CARLYLE (Choreographer). Broadway: Director and choreographer for After Midnight, Chaplin, Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway, Finian’s Rainbow and A Tale of Two Cities; choreographer for The Mystery of Edwin Drood, A Christmas Story, Follies, On Your Toes, Girl Crazy, On the Town, Juno and Stairway to Paradise (City Center Encores!). Choreographer for Carousel (New York Philharmonic). Regional: Produced, directed and choreographed the pre-Broadway tour of Hugh Jackman: In Performance; directed and/or choreographed Camelot, Harps and Angels, Limelight, Buddy’s Tavern, Lucky Guy, Mame, Dancing in the Dark, The Pirates of Penzance and The Baker’s Wife. Film/TV: “The 68th Annual Tony Awards” and “SYTYCD.” Warren received a 2013 Emmy nomination for his work on “Carousel” and the 2014 Tony Award for his work on After Midnight.

KEVIN STITES (Music Director). Credits include the 2014 Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall and the reunion concert of Titanic at Avery Fisher Hall. He conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra with Kristin Chenoweth at the Hollywood Bowl and the world premiere of Maury Yeston’s Death Takes a Holiday (Roundabout). Broadway: South Pacific (LCT), A Tale of Two Cities, The Color Purple, Titanic, Sunset Boulevard, Children and Art, Les Misérables, The Threepenny Opera, Fiddler on the Roof, Nine, Oklahoma!, On the Town, 9 to 5 (additional music arrangements). Film/TV: “Rosie Live,” “Reefer Madness,” “Late Show With David Letterman,” “Rosie,” several Tony broadcasts. He is music director/pianist for Deborah Voigt’s Voigt Lessons.

DAVID ROCKWELL (Set Design). Theatrical designs: this season’s Side Show and You Can’t Take It With You, Kinky Boots (Tony nomination), Lucky Guy (Tony nomination), Catch Me If You Can, Hairspray (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations), Legally Blonde the Musical (Drama Desk nomination), Harvey, The Normal Heart, A Free Man of Color, CQ/CX, The Rocky Horror Show (Drama Desk nomination), All Shook Up (Drama Desk nomination), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Armed and Naked in America, Omnium Gatherum . Film: Team America . TV: the 81st and 82nd annual Academy Awards (2010 Emmy Award). He is the founder of Rockwell Group, an architecture and design firm.

WILLIAM IVEY LONG (Costume Designer). Current Broadway: Cabaret, Chicago . Roundabout: 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 Homecoming . Select Broadway: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Grey Gardens, Hairspray, The Producers, Crazy for You, Nine. Mr. Long has 14 Tony Award nominations, winning six times. He was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame in 2006 and was elected chairman of the American Theatre Wing in June 2012.

DONALD HOLDER (Lighting Design). RTC: All My Sons, After the Fall, The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin, many others. Broadway credits include The Lion King and South Pacific (Tony Awards); The Bridges of Madison County, Golden Boy, Ragtime, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, A Streetcar Named Desire, Movin’ Out, Gem of the Ocean, Juan Darien (all Tony nominated); You Can’t Take It With You, Spider-Man, Big Fish, Bullets Over Broadway, The Boy From Oz, many others. Television: “Smash” seasons one and two.

JON WESTON (Sound Designer). Broadway: You Can’t Take It With You; The Bridges of Madison County; Big FishHow to Succeed…; 13: The Musical; The Color Purple; Caroline, or Change (AUDELCO Award); Nine. Off-Broadway and regional: Amazing Grace; The Bridges of Madison County (WTF); The Last Five Years; Death Takes a Holiday; Parade (Mark Taper Forum directed by Rob Ashford); A Little Night Music (L.A. Drama Critics Award); Family Guy, Live! (Carnegie Hall).

LARRY HOCHMAN (Orchestrations). Broadway: The Book of Mormon (Tony, Drama Desk); 12 others including Big Fish, Pippin, The Scottsboro Boys, Spamalot. Five Tony nominations. TV: Composer of “The Wonder Pets!” (five Emmys). Twenty-five regional and Off-Broadway shows including Death Takes a Holiday (Maury Yeston) and Marvin Hamlisch’s The Nutty Professor. Seventeen films including The Informant! (Marvin Hamlisch). Recordings, concerts: Paul McCartney, Eric Idle, Barbra Streisand, Hugh Jackman, Audra McDonald, Barry Manilow, Mandy Patinkin, Boston Pops, New York Philharmonic.

DAVID KRANE (Dance & Incidental Music) created the musical score adaptations for the film of Into the Woods, the film of Nine and the Oscar-winning Chicago; produced and arranged Michelle Williams’s vocals for My Week With Marilyn; and 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, NYC and the Edinburgh Festival. This marks David’s thirtieth Broadway production.

JOHN MILLER (Music Coordinator). Roundabout: Sondheim on Sondheim, Death Takes a Holiday, Sunday in the Park With George, The Threepenny Opera, Nine, Follies. Recent Broadway: Something Rotten!, Dr. Zhivago, It Shoulda Been You, Gigi, On the Town, Les Misérables, Rocky, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Pippin, Newsies, Jersey Boys. Musician (bass): Leonard Cohen, Eric Clapton, Frank Sinatra. His album Stage Door Johnny – John Miller: Takes on Broadway is available on PS Classics Records.

PAUL HUNTLEY (Hair & Wig Design). London-born Paul Huntley has worked on hundreds of Broadway shows, most memorably the original productions of Cats, Amadeus, Evita, The Producers, Sweeney Todd and Hairspray. A recipient of 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 Jane Fonda and Scarlett Johansson. Current shows include Cabaret.

SCOTT TAYLOR ROLLISON (Production Stage Manager). Broadway stage management credits: The Mystery of Edwin Drood, The Addams Family, Curtains, Jersey Boys, Little Women, The Frogs, Into the Woods, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Waiting in the Wings, Rent, The Sound of Music. Off- Broadway: Fortress of Solitude, Sex With Strangers, Little Miss Sunshine, The Toxic Avenger, Fran’s Bed, Small Tragedy, A Bad Friend, The Ride Down Mt. Morgan. Also: Spelling Bee (San Francisco), Sinatra (Radio City). Education: Beverley Randolph, Juilliard, Millikin University.

MATTHEW LACEY (Stage Manager). B’way/tour: Motown, Ghost the Musical, Flashdance (tour), Relatively Speaking, Arcadia, La Bête, A Little Night Music, Urinetown, Swing! Off-B’way: Pete ’n’ Keely, Mnemonic, Stomp, The Mystery of Irma Vep, When Pigs Fly. St. Louis Muny and American Ballet Theatre. Graduate of the Conservatory at Webster University.

ANNE FORD-COATES (Makeup Design). Hair and makeup designer for the Washington National Opera, Glimmerglass Festival and co-director of Elsen Associates. Selected designs include Little Dancer (makeup), Show Boat (wig), La Bohème (Kennedy Center), Twelfth Night (McCarter Theatre), Dark Sisters (Gotham Chamber Opera), Freshwater (Women’s Project), and The Music Man (Royal Opera House Muscat).

AURORA PRODUCTIONS (Production Management). Current projects: The Book of Mormon (Broadway and national tours), Once (national tour), Matilda, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Blithe Spirit (national tour), Honeymoon in Vegas and Into the Woods. Upcoming projects include Skylight, Wolf Hall, The Flick and The 39 Steps. Aurora has been providing technical supervision and production management to the entertainment industry since 1989.