Past Shows

Who's Who

ALISON CIMMET (Ensemble). Broadway: Bonnie & Clyde (Stella); Baby, It’s You! (stand-by for Beth Leavel); A Tale of Two Cities (Mrs. Cruncher); Chance & Chemistry: A Centennial Celebration of Frank Loesser (Actors Fund Benefit). NYC and Regional favorites: Tiffany in My Wonderful Day (Two River Theater Company); Peach the Starfish in Finding Nemo: the Musical (Disney workshop, original cast recording); Sally Cato in Mame (starring Christine Baranski, Kennedy Center); Ostrovsky (starring Kevin Kline, Manhattan Theatre Club reading); She Loves Me (Westport Country Playhouse); Annie Oakley in Annie Get Your Gun (Carousel Dinner Theatre); Witch in Into the Woods (Arundel Playhouse); Joy in Cinderella (Casa Mañana); Viola in Twelfth Night (Prince Music Theatre). Film: March!, Conventioneers, and Chasing Taste. TV: Are We There Yet?. Training: Brown University, Tanglewood Music Institute, Cay Michael Patten Studios, and Upright Citizens Brigade. Thanks to The Gage Group, Dad, David, Max and Gavin. For Mom.
KYLE COFFMAN (Ensemble) Broadway: Original cast of Newsies! ("Henry") and West Side Story ("A-Rab"). Film/TV: Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You ("Dakin"), Manhattan Diaries ("Shady"). Stage: Joffrey Ballet Ensemble, Peridance Company, New York Theatre Ballet. Thanks to all my friends and family for their lifetime support... Miss you, Pops. "What would Howard Roark do?"
NICK CORLEY (Ensemble) Bway: Mary Poppins, A Christmas Carol (original Bob Cratchit), She Loves Me. Regional: Yale Rep, Kennedy Center, etc. TV/Film: Kissing Jessica Stein. Directing credits include West End: Woody Sez (also co-wrote / Evening Standard Award “Best Musical” nomination); NY: Tall Grass, Flight, Mother Russia (Carnegie Hall); Regional: American Repertory Theatre, Denver Theatre Centre, Adirondack Theater Festival, St. Louis Rep, etc. 
JANINE DIVITA (Ensemble) made her Broadway debut playing Betty Rizzo in the 2007 Broadway revival of Grease, directed by Kathleen Marshall. Currently, she is the first cover for Reno Sweeney in the Tony Award–winning 2011 Broadway revival of Anything Goes, also directed by Kathleen Marshall. First National Tour: Elizabeth Benning in Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein, directed by Susan Stroman. Off-Broadway/NYC credits include: Hannie in Roadside (York/Mufti, directed by David Glenn Armstrong), Penelope in Odyssey (ATA, Araca Project, directed by Matt Britten), Gina in Rainbow Around the Sun (NYMF, directed by Nick Demos). Readings include: Bess Houdini in Houdini (directed by Gabriel Barre), Nadia in Superspy, Fiona in Foreverman. Regionally, she has played Nancy in Oliver! at the Walnut Street Theatre (directed by Mark Clements), for which her performance earned her a Barrymore Award Nomination, Young Little Edie in Grey Gardens at Portland Center Stage (directed by Chris Coleman), Terri in Sophisticated Ladies, starring Maurice Hines (directed by Charles Randolph Wright), and Woman #2 in And the World Goes Round at the Riverside Theatre (directed by DJ Salisbury). Concerts include: "Broadway By the Year, 1987," at Town Hall, Opera New Jersey, Arizona Opera Company, and her solo "Invisible" is featured on Bobby Cronin's album, "Reach The Sky- Live at the Beechman" available on iTunes. Janine is a University of Michigan graduate and winner of the Inaugural Alan Eisenberg/ Actors' Equity Award.
JENIFER FOOTE (Ensemble). Broadway: Follies (Buddy’s Blues “Sally”), Rock of Ages (Regina u/s), A Chorus Line (Val), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Dracula, Annie Get Your Gun. National tours: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Jolene Oaks). Other favorites: First Wives Club (Old Globe), Sinatra (Radio City Music Hall), Follies (Encores!). Proud graduate of UC Irvine. Live gratitude.
JUSTIN GREER (Swing). Previous Broadway: Anything Goes at Roundabout, Shrek the Musical, The Producers, Urban Cowboy, Seussical the Musical and Annie Get Your Gun. Love to CB. More at
SHANNON LEWIS (Ensemble). Broadway: How to Succeed...(Miss Krumholtz); The People in the Picture; Curtains (Mona Page); Sweet Charity (Ursula), The Look of Love; Contact (wife, girl in the yellowdress); Fosse (I Gotcha); Candide and Crazy for You (Vera).National Tour: A Chorus Line (Sheila); Pippin (Fastrada).City Center Encores! Fanny (Claudine); Damn Yankees (Dance Captain); Sweet Adeline; Tenderloin; Regional: Leap of Faith (Susie Raylove) at the Ahmanson; Contact (girl in the yellow dress) at Asolo Rep; Carmen (Juanita) atLa Jolla Playhouse; Pippin (Fastrada) at Goodspeed; Damn Yankees (Lola) at North Shore; A Chorus Line (Sheila) at TUTS. Recordings: People in the Picture; Fosse; Sweet Charity; The Broadway Musicals of 1930; Candide; Tenderloin. Film/TV: Hustling; Every Little Step; Beyond the Sea; The Stepford Wives; Across the Sea of Time; Anything But Love. Commercials: eBay; Mohegan Sun, Trident.
SPENCER PLACHY (Ensemble). Broadway debut! Thank you so much, Roundabout! Off-Broadway: The Common Pursuit (Stuart/Peter u/s). Tours: Oklahoma! (Curly), Fiddler on the Roof (Perchik). Regional: The Alley Theatre: Rock N’ Roll (Stephen), The Man Who Came to Dinner (Richard Stanley). Orlando Shakespeare Theatre/Florida Repertory: The 39 Steps (Richard Hannay). Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival: South Pacific (Cable), 1776 (Jefferson), My Fair Lady (Freddy). Prather Entertainment Group: All Shook Up (Chad). The Lost Colony (2003–04). Thank you Jay, Danielle and Kyle. Laura, you are precious. Hi Mom!
KIIRA SCHMIDT (Ensemble) Broadway: Follies (Margie); White Christmas (Rita); No, No, Nannette; Stairway to Paradise. Regional: Mame, Oklahoma!, A Chorus Line, Show Boat, Sweet Charity, West Side Story, Cats, Damn Yankees and much more! TV: “Smash” (NBC). For Seth, my one andonly love.
ERIC SCIOTTO (Ensemble) is incredibly grateful to be a part of The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and overwhelmed at the thought of working with the legendary Chita Rivera!  Eric has appeared on Broadway in Annie Get Your Gun, Aida, Sweet Smell of Success, 42nd Street, Sweet Charity, A Chorus Line, Cry-Baby, Pal Joey (for RTC), Rock of Ages, and most recently, Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical!  Tours: Paul in A Chorus Line, and Tommy Keeler in Annie Get Your Gun.  Regional: Radames in Aida, Frederick in Pirates of Penzance, Giorgio in Passion, Bernardo in West Side Story, Frank in Seven Brides..., and The Emcee in Cabaret. A proud father of two, Eric sends love to Samson and Olympia, and also to his husband, David. 
JIM WALTON (Ensemble). With Roundabout: Death Takes a Holiday and Bye, Bye Birdie. Other credits: Merrily We Roll Along, 42nd Street, Sweeney Todd (1990 revival), And the World Goes ‘Round (directed by Scott Ellis), Crazy for You (PBS), The Music Man (2000 revival), Guys and Dolls (2009 revival) Sondheim! The 80th Birthday Concert and Company: In Concert (both at Avery Fisher Hall).