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LAURA BENANTI (Amalia) Tony Award-winner Laura Benanti can be seen playing the role of Alura Zor-El in the CBS Action Drama, "Supergirl." In addition to television work and her critically acclaimed performance as Elsa Schrader in NBC's The Sound of Music LIVE, Ms. Benanti is a highly celebrated, four time Tony Award-nominated stage actress who took Broadway by storm at the age of 18. She received a Drama Desk award, Outer Critics Circle Award and a Tony Award Nomination for her starring role in the Broadway production of Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown for Lincoln Center where she also starred in the Broadway production of Sarah Ruhl's In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play. Ms. Benanti earned the 2008 Tony Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical, a Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award for her revelatory portrayal of Gypsy Rose Lee in Gypsy opposite Patti LuPone and directed by Arthur Laurents. Her other Broadway roles include The Wedding Singer, Nine, starring Antonio Banderas, her Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award-nominated performance of Cinderella in Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods and her sultry Tony nominated turn in Swing! Ms. Benanti made her Broadway debut as Maria in The Sound of Music opposite Richard Chamberlain. Other distinguished theater performances include the Public Theater's production of Christopher Durang's Why Torture is Wrong and the People Who Love Them, Perdita in The Winter's Tale at the Williamstown Theatre Festival opposite Kate Burton, Anne in A Little Night Music at the L.A. Opera opposite Victor Garber, Eileen in Wonderful Town opposite Donna Murphy and most recently her portrayal of Rosabella in The Most Happy Fella, both for City Center Encores! Ms. Benanti completed a week-long engagement at the popular New York cabaret club, 54 Below, for which The New York Times hailed her as a "supremely confident" performer whose "bright, full soprano, with its semioperatic heft, can go almost anywhere." In September 2013, she released her debut album, "In Constant Search of the Right Kind of Attention: Live at 54 BELOW" on Broadway Records to ecstatic reviews. Laura currently performs her concerts in venues around the country and even recently performed for the President and First Lady of the United States at both the Fords Gala and the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington DC. In 2014, she joined the cast of ABC's hit series "Nashville" guest-starring as songbird Sadie Stone. Laura also appeared in recurring roles on CBS's "The Good Wife" and HBO's "Nurse Jackie." Laura's past television credits include a starring role in the NBC series "The Playboy Club" and "Go On" opposite Matthew Perry. She also starred in the F/X original series "Starved." Ms. Benanti recurred on  "Law and Order: SVU," "Royal Pains," "Eli Stone," and had appearances on "The Big C" and "Elementary." She currently resides in Manhattan. Twitter: @LauraBenanti
ZACHARY LEVI (Georg) Levi's exuberance and charm and star power have made him a preferred first pick in Hollywood. Levi will soon be seen on upcoming NBC series "Heroes.” The highly anticipated revamp of the fan favorite show will premiere to excited audiences in the fall of 2015. This marks a return to NBC for Levi, who portrayed the beloved “Chuck” for five seasons. Levi recently did a theater run in his Broadway debut as “Aaron” a sweet guy looking for love, opposite Krysta Rodriguez in the witty musical First Date. The play received critical acclaim as did Levi for the run of the show. On the big screen, Levi appeared most recently in the Marvel film Thor 2 as the role of "Fandral the Dashing." Levi also appeared as the lead role opposite Mandy Moore in Disney's twist on its classic Rapunzel, entitled Tangled. The Oscar-nominated film was a huge success at the box office and DVD release. Additionally, Levi appeared in the 20th Century Fox film Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, which broke box office records in its Christmas release. Levi was also seen starring with Amber Tamblyn in the independent feature film Spiral and audiences also remember his starring roles in the franchise film Big Momma's House 2 with Martin Lawrence. Levi grew up in Ventura County, California. He began acting in theater at the early age of six, performing lead roles in regional productions such as Grease, The Outsiders, Oliver, Godspell, The Wizard of Oz, Big River and Marvin's Room. It was this early training that ultimately brought him to the attention of Hollywood. Levi devotes much time and energy doing philanthropic work as an ambassador for Operation Smile, through his company The Nerd Machine and his annual comic con event NERD HQ, which has raised over a million dollars for the charity to date. Levi currently resides in Los Angeles.
JANE KRAKOWSKI (Ilona) is most commonly known for her role as Jenna Maroney on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning "30 Rock". Krakowski was honored with four Emmy nominations for her work on the show, as well as a collective 2009 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, along with additional nominations in that category in 2013 and 2014. She was first introduced to the TV mainstream with her Golden Globe-nominated portrayal of Elaine Vassal on the Emmy, Golden Globe, and SAG Award-winning Ally McBeal. Most recently, Jane reteamed with her "30 Rock" collaborators Tina Fey and Robert Carlock for "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" for Netflix. Her other television guest starring appearances have included iconic shows like "Modern Family", "The Simpsons","American Dad", and even "Sesame Street". Jane received the 2003 Tony Award for her portrayal of Carla in the Broadway musical Nine, opposite Antonio Banderas. Her performance in Nine also earned her a Drama Desk Award and an Outer Critics Circle Award. She earned her first Tony nomination for her work in the original Broadway production of Grand Hotel. Other Broadway credits include Company, Once Upon a Mattress, Tartuffe, and Starlight Express. Krakowski won an Olivier Award while starring in Guys and Dolls with Ewan McGregor in London's West End. She also starred in the Encores! revival of Damn Yankees opposite Sean Hayes. Making her film debut as Cousin Vickie in National Lampoon’s Vacation, Krakowski has also starred in the films Alfie, Pretty Persuasion, Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant, Brother’s Keeper and the upcoming Big Stone Gap. Next up Jane can be seen in Sony Pictures’ summer blockbuster Pixels opposite Adam Sandler and Kevin James.
GAVIN CREEL (Kodaly) won the 2014 Olivier and WhatsOnStage Awards for his starring role as "Elder Price" in the London production of The Book of Mormon. He is a two-time Tony Award nominee for his performances as "Claude" in Hair and "Jimmy" in Thoroughly Modern Millie. Additional credits include the Broadway production of The Book of Mormon, the 2004 revival of La Cage Aux Folles, the Goodman Theatre/Kennedy Center production of Sondheim & Weidman's Bounce (dir. Hal Prince), A.R.T.'s world premiere of Prometheus Boundas well as Hair and Mary Poppins in the West End. Creel has recorded three original albums, is a member of the Broadway Inspirational Voices Choir and graduated from The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance. As a co-founder of Broadway Impact and for his work fighting for marriage equality, Creel has been recognized as one of OUT Magazine's OUT 100, and in 2011, he co-wrote and released the single "Noise," to raise money and awareness for that fight.
BYRON JENNINGS (Mr. Maraczek) Bryon’s Broadway credits include: You Can’t Take it With You, Macbeth, Arcadia, The Merchant of Venice, Accent on Youth, Is He Dead?, Inherit the Wind, Heartbreak House, A Touch of the Poet, Twelve Angry Men, Sight Unseen, Henry IV, Dinner at Eight, Noises Off, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Invention of Love, A Month in the Country and Carousel. His film credits include: Lincoln, Julie & Julia, Hamlet, A Civil Action, The Ice Storm, A Time to Kill, Quiz Show, A Simple Twist of Fate, I’m Losing You.
TOM MCGOWAN (Sipos) Broadway: Casa Valentina, Wicked, Chicago, Ivanov, La Bete (Tony Award and Drama Desk nominations, Outer Critics Circle Award) Off-Broadway: The Food Chain (Obie Award), The Winter's Tale, Coriolanus. Television: Kenny, the station manager on "Frasier," Bernie on "Everybody Loves Raymond," "Veep," "Modern Family," "Hot in Cleveland," "Boston Legal," "CSI," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "ER," "Brothers and Sisters." Film: Freeheld, The Birdcage, Heavyweights, Ghost World, Bad Santa, As Good As It Gets, Bean, Family Man, 12 and Holding, Mrs. Parker..., Sleepless in Seattle. Regional: Includes Williamstown, Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Geffen Playhouse, Yale Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Eugene O’Neill Playwriting Conference. MFA, Yale School of Drama, BFA, Hofstra.
NICHOLAS BARASCH (Arpad), age 17, made his Roundabout debut as Deputy/Master Nick Cricker in the acclaimed Broadway revival of The Mystery Of Edwin Drood (Scott Ellis, dir.). Other Broadway: Kiddo in West Side Story (Arthur Laurents, dir.). Nicholas has performed regionally in the new musical Because of Winn Dixie (Delaware Theatre Company, Marcia Milgrom Dodge, dir.), the world premiere of Leap Of Faith, originating the role of Boyd McGowan (Ahmanson Theatre, Rob Ashford, dir.), and West Side Story (The National Theatre). Nicholas also appeared as Daniel Smith in the Brooklyn Academy of Music/New York City Opera production of Anna Nicole: The Opera at BAM (Richard Jones, dir.). His television/film credits include New Form Digital's "Mr. Student Body President" (Ryan Hunter, dir.), HBO's "How to Make it in America," and Nickelodeon's "The Backyardigans"(series regular). Nicholas' voice can be heard on the Grammy Award-winning cast recording of West Side Story as well as the cast recording of ...Drood. Nicholas is a senior at Professional Children's School in NYC.
PETER BARTLETT (Head Waiter) Broadway: Something Rotten, Cinderella, A Free Man of Color, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Frogs, Never Gonna Dance, Voices in the Dark, Beauty and the Beast, Boom Boom Room, A Patriot for Me. Off-Broadway: The Illusion; What's That Smell-The Music of Jacob Sterling; The New Century; The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told (Drama Desk nomination); Mr. Charles, Currently of Palm Beach; Jeffrey; The Lady in Question. Encores!: Call Me Madam; A Connecticut Yankee. Regional: La Jolla (The Importance of Being Earnest, Drama-Logue Award), Williamstown (Light Up the Sky), Theater-in-the-Square (Jeffrey, Drama-Logue and Bay Area Critics Circle Awards). Film: Meet the Parents, The Producers, The Princess and the Frog, Jeffrey, Get Well Soon, From Other Worlds. TV: “The Big C, “"Law and Order", "Law and Order: CI," "Ed," One Life to Live (Nigel and Nevil).
CAMERON ADAMS (Ensemble) Broadway: The Music Man (Zaneeta), Oklahoma!, Hairspray (u/s Amber), Cry-Baby (u/s Allison), Shrek, Promises, Promises (Miss Della Hoya), How To Succeed… (u/s Rosemary), Nice Work If You Can Get It (u/s Billie and Jeannie), Gigi (u/s Liane). Off Broadway/Regional: Follies, Little Me (NYCC Encores!); Inventing Mary Martin, The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Maureen), My Paris (Jane Avril). TV: NBC’s “The Sound of Music Live!” ABC/Disney’s “The Music Man” (Zaneeta), FX’s “The Americans.”
JUSTIN BOWEN (Ensemble) Credits include On the Twentieth Century and 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.
PRESTON TRUMAN BOYD (Ensemble) Broadway: On the Twentieth Century, 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.
ALISON CIMMET (Ensemble) Roundabout: The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Broadway: Bonnie & Clyde (Stella), Baby It’s You! (standby for Beth Leavel), A Tale of Two Cities (Mrs. Cruncher), Chance & Chemistry (Actors Fund benefit).
BENJAMIN EAKELEY (Ensemble) Broadway: Cabaret, 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 HBO pilot "The Money." Film credits include The Good Shepherd (dir. Robert De Niro), An Englishman in New York and 4 upcoming features. Regional Winner, Lotte Lenya Competition for Singers. Graduate of Yale University.
SARA EDWARDS (Ensemble) Broadway: Chaplin, Follies, White Christmas. NY: On Your Toes, Of Thee I Sing, No No Nanette.
MICHAEL FATICA (Ensemble) Broadway/NY: Newsies (OBC/ Dance Captain), Radio City New York Spring Spectacular (Assistant Choreographer), Steps in Time with Tommy Tune. National Tours: Matilda (1st National), Beauty and the Beast (Lefou), Cats. Regional: Papermill Playhouse (Elf), Fulton Theatre, Westchester Broadway Theatre, John W. Engeman Theatre. Commercials:, Doritios Super Bowl (Web only). Proud FSU Grad.
GINA FERRALL (Ensemble) BROADWAY: It Shoulda Been You, Mamma Mia! (Rosie), Beauty & the Beast, Big River, Jane Eyre, The Sound of Music, A Funny Thing Happened… , Les Miserables. NATIONAL TOUR: Wicked (Madame Morrible). CONCERTS: Jerry Springer: The Broadway Musical, Sweeney Todd (NY Philharmonic). TV: The Sound of Music LIVE! (NBC).
JENIFER FOOTE (Ensemble) Broadway: On the Twentieth Century, The Mystery of Edwin Drood starring Chita Rivera, Follies, Rock of Ages, A Chorus Line, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Frank Wildhorn's Dracula, Annie Get Your Gun. She can be seen in the 2014 film, The Last Five Years. Associate director/choreographer credits: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (national tour), The Cradle Will Rock starring Patti LuPone (the Acting Company), Elf (Papermill Playhouse), Sweeney Todd starring Emma Thompson (NY Philharmonic, PBS). Jenifer is a proud graduate of the University of California at Irvine.
ANDREW KOBER (Ensemble) Andrew was most recently seen on Broadway in the original cast of the 2014 revival of Les Miserables. He also appeared in the Shakespeare in the Park, Broadway, and West End companies of Hair as Claude's Father and Margaret Mead, as well as the First National Tour of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Regionally, he has been seen at The Old Globe, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Yale Rep, Barrington Stage, The Denver Center, and Buck's County Playhouse, among others. On camera, Andrew has been featured on "House of Cards" (Netflix), "Boardwalk Empire" (HBO), "Blue Bloods" (CBS), and "Pan Am" (ABC), as well as the short films, Chin Up and Keeping Them Blind. Andrew works frequently as a concert and cabaret artist, and his solo show, Koberet, has been seen all around New York City, including at Joe's Pub, (le) Poisson Rouge, 54 Below, and at The New York Musical Theatre Festival. He received his BFA in Acting from Carnegie Mellon University, and works as a private acting coach in New York. His work as a singer can be heard on Bobby Cronin's "Reach the Sky", Drew Gasparini's "I Could Use a Drink", David Are's "Friends for a Few", and the 2009 Broadway revival cast recording of "Hair."
LAURA SHOOP (Ensemble) NY: The Tempest, Show Boat, Into The Woods, Jerry Springer- The Opera, Bernarda Alba, Fiddler On The Roof, Oklahoma! Tour: Thoroughly Modern Millie. Regional: Bridges of Madison County (Williamstown), The Rocky Horror Show (Old Globe), Cabaret and Run For Your Wife (Engeman), Carousel (Paper Mill), A Funny Thing…Forum (Sacramento Music Circus), Lady In The Dark (Prince). Concerts: Hello, Dolly! and Yuletide (Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra). TV/Film: Equity (out 2016), Sound of Music, Live! Juilliard Graduate.
JIM WALTON (Ensemble) Roundabout: On the Twentieth Century, 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.”
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.
JERRY BOCK (Music) was born in New Haven on November 23, 1928. Thirty years later he and Sheldon Harnick gave birth to The Body Beautiful in Philadelphia. In between was Catch a Star and Mr. Wonderful (starring Sammy Davis Jr.). Bock and Harnick's celebrated collaboration yielded five scores in seven years: The Body Beautiful, Fiorello (winner of the Broadway triple crown: Tony Award, NY Critics Circle Award, Pulitzer Prize for Drama), Tenderloin, She Loves Me, Fiddler on the Roof (nine Tonys, including Best Musical), The Apple Tree and The Rothschilds. In addition to the silver anniversary production of ...Fiddler (from which a major excerpt was featured in Jerome Robbins' Broadway), a highly esteemed revival of The Rothschilds enjoyed a successful run off-Broadway. Bock and Harnick have been inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame, received the Johnny Mercer Award from the Songwriters Hall of Fame and were awarded the Spirit of American Creativity Award. But it was the award of an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from the U. of Wisconsin that Bock held near and dear, for it was there that he met his wife, and it was there that he decided to be a composer.
SHELDON HARNICK (Lyrics) Mr. Harnick’s musical theatre career began in the 1950s with songs (e.g. "The Boston Beguine," "Merry Little Minuet") in revues on and Off-B'way. In 1957 he teamed with Jerry Bock to create the scores for a number of memorable musicals including Fiorello (Tony Award, Pulitzer Prize), She Loves Me (Grammy), Fiddler on the Roof (Tony), The Rothschilds and The Apple Tree. Other musicals: Rex (Richard Rodgers), A Wonderful Life (Joe Raposo), A Christmas Carol (Michel Legrand), The Phantom Tollbooth (Arnold Black and co-librettist Norton Juster) and Dragons (for which he wrote book, lyrics and music). He has contributed songs to the films The Heartbreak Kid, Blame It on Rio (Cy Coleman) and Aaron's Magic Village (Legrand). In the world of opera, he has provided librettos for Jack Beeson's Cyrano, Dr. Heidegger's Fountain of Youth and Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines, Henry Mollicone's Coyote Tales and Thomas Z. Shepard's Love in Two Countries. Mr. Harnick has won two Tony Awards, two Grammy Awards, three gold records and a platinum record. He and his wife Margery have two children, Beth and Matthew. He is a longtime member of the Dramatists Guild and Songwriters Guild.

SCOTT ELLIS (Director) currently has three shows on Broadway: The Elephant Man, You Can’t Take It with You and On the Twentieth Century. He was most recently represented on Broadway with the The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Tony nomination, Best Direction of a Musical; Tony nomination, Best Revival of a Musical), the critically acclaimed production of Harvey starring Jim Parsons, the Kander and Ebb musical Curtains starring David Hyde Pierce (Tony Nomination, Best Direction of a Musical), The Little Dog Laughed (Lucille Lortel Award Nomination), Twelve Angry Men (Tony Award and Drama Desk nominations), Arthur Miller’s The Man Who Had All The Luck starring Chris O’Donnell, THE Rainmaker starring Woody Harrelson, 1776 (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Tony Award nominations), Company, Steel Pier (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, and Tony Award nominations), She Loves Me (Drama Desk and Tony Award nominations, Outer Critics Circle Award, Olivier Award for Best Director London Production), Picnic, A Month In The Country Starring Helen Mirren. Off-Broadway Credits Include Gruesome Playground Injuries, The Understudy, Streamers, Mr. And Mrs. Fitch, Good Boys And True, The Waverly Gallery, The Dog Problem, Flora, The Red Menace, Dark Rapture, That Championship Season, and The World Goes ‘Round…The Songs Of Kander And Ebb (Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle nomination). For television, the Executive Producer on Showtime’s “Weeds” for the three years. Other credits include “The Michael J. Fox Show,” “30 Rock” (Emmy Nomination, Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series), “Modern Family,” “Nurse Jackie,” “The Good Wife”, “Hung,” and “The Closer”. A graduate of Chicago Goodman School of Drama and is the Associate Artistic Director of the Roundabout Theatre Company.
WARREN CARLYLE (Choreographer) Broadway: Director and choreographer for After MidnightChaplinHugh Jackman: Back on BroadwayFinian’s Rainbow and A Tale of Two Cities; choreographer for The Mystery of Edwin DroodA Christmas StoryFolliesOn Your ToesGirl CrazyOn the TownJuno and Stairway to Paradise (City Center Encores!). Choreographer for On The Twentieth Century (Roundabout), Carousel (New York Philharmonic). Regional: Produced, directed and choreographed the pre-Broadway tour of Hugh Jackman: In Performance; directed and/or choreographed CamelotHarps and AngelsLimelightBuddy’s TavernLucky GuyMameDancing in the DarkThe 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.

PAUL GEMIGNANI (Musical Director) I dedicate my work on She Loves Me to the great Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick.

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

DAVID KRANE (Dance & Incidental Music) created the musical score adaptation 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. She Loves Me marks his 31st Broadway production.

DAVID ROCKWELL (Set Design) Roundabout: On the Twentieth Century (Tony nomination). Broadway: On Your Feet, Sylvia, You Can’t Take It With You (Tony nomination), Kinky Boots (Tony nomination), Lucky Guy (Tony nomination), Hairspray (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations), and upcoming productions of Falsettos and Gotta Dance.  TV: 81st and 82nd Academy Awards (2010 Emmy Award). He is the founder of Rockwell Group, an architecture and design studio. Honors include the AIA New York President’s Award, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award, and Presidential Design Award.

JEFF MAHSHIE (Costume Design) Roundabout: The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin. Broadway: Next to Normal, The Little Dog Laughed. Off-Broadway: Giant (Public Theater), Hurlyburly (Drama Desk Nom.), Gruesome Playground Injuries, Privilege, Show People, The Scene, Marie and Bruce, Laughing Wild, The Corn is Green.

DONALD HOLDER (Lighting Design) Roundabout: On the Twentieth Century, All My Sons, After The Fall, 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 Liasons Dangereuses, A Streetcar Named Desire, Movin’ Out, Gem of the Ocean, Juan Darien (all Tony nominated), You Can’t Take It With You, Spiderman, Big Fish, Bullets Over Broadway, The Boy From Oz, many others. Television: “Smash” Seasons 1 and 2.

JON WESTON (Sound Design) Roundabout: On the 20th Century, Nine. Broadway: You Can’t Take It With You, The Bridges of Madison County, Big Fish, How to Succeed…, 13: The Musical, The Color Purple, Caroline, or Change (AUDELCO Award). 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).