Past Shows

Who's Who

STEVEN PASQUALE (Jamie Lockhart) returns to Roundabout following the one‐night‐only gala concert reading of A Little Night Music. He was seen this summer in the Encores! production of The Wild Party and as “Billy Bigelow” in Chicago Lyric Opera’s production of Carousel. He most recently starred on Broadway in The Bridges of Madison County (Drama Desk, Drama League nominations) and his extensive New York credits include Far From Heaven (Playwrights Horizons), The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures (Public Theater), A Soldier’s Play (Second Stage), A Man of No Importance (Lincoln Center; Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations), Beautiful Child (Vineyard Theater), Spinning Into Butter (Lincoln Center), The Spitfire Grill (Playwrights Horizons) and The Wild Party (Manhattan Theater Club). Steven has also appeared in The Grapes of Wrath (Carnegie Hall), Miss Saigon (national tour), and originated the role of Fabrizio in The Light in the Piazza (Seattle’s Intiman Theatre). Steven is perhaps best known to television audiences as “Sean Garrity” in the hit FX series “Rescue Me,” and will return to the FX network next year in Ryan Murphy’s highly‐anticipated series “American Crime Story.” Other television credits include “Do No Harm” and “Up All Night” (NBC), “Over/Under” (USA), “Coma” (A&E), “Six Feet Under” (HBO), Sofia Coppola’s “Platinum,” and most recently the Emmy‐winning series “The Good Wife” (CBS). Film credits include Alien vs. Predator: RequiemAurora Borealis, and The Last Run. Steven’s solo album, "Somethin' Like Love," was released in 2009.

ANDREW DURAND (Little Harp) Roundabout Debut. Broadway: War Horse, Spring Awakening. West End: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg. Off-Broadway:  Gigantic (Vineyard), Love's Labour's Lost (Shakespeare in the Park), The Wild Bride (St. Ann's Warehouse), The Burnt Part Boys (Playwrights Horizons) Yank (York). TV: CBS' "Madam Secretary" (Guest Star). Andrew has toured the US and UK extensively with Kneehigh Theater Co. to venues such as Berkeley Rep, Chicago Shakespeare, The Guthrie, Liverpool Everyman Playhouse, and The Bristol Old Vic.

EVAN HARRINGTON (Big Harp) Roundabout Debut! Evan just stepped off the bus from the Nat'l Tour of Once. Broadway: Once (Billy), Peter and the Starcatcher (Alf), Avenue Q (Brian), The Phantom of the Opera (Piangi). Regional: Assassins (John Hinckley, Jr.), Sweeney Todd (Beadle/Pirelli), Into the Woods (Baker), The Full Monty (Dave). TV: "30 Rock" (Roy). Evan fronts a “Meat Loaf” cover band and has played clubs in NYC and LA. Twitter:@EKHarrington24

GREG HILDRETH (Goat) Broadway: Cinderella, Peter and the Starcatcher, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Off-Broadway: Peter and the Starcatcher (New York Theatre Workshop), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (The Public). Regional: Goodspeed Opera House, The Old Globe, Papermill Playhouse, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Huntington Theatre. Film/Television: Half Shell: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, “The Good Wife,” “Royal Pains,” “Kings,” “Last Week Tonight.” Education: Boston University and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.

JEREMIAH JAMES (Standby for Jaime Lockhart) is an International Recording Artist, Producer, Writer, and Director. West End:  Billy Bigelow, Carousel. Off-Broadway: El Gallo, The Fantasticks. Regional: Over 100 AEA productions and counting! Awards: 4 time Best Actor nominee Broadway World, LA Ovations, and Spotlight Awards. Symphonies: Across the US and internationally. Recordings: Teatro (Sony/BMG) 1 million sold. 2 #1s & a Gold Record. Solo Album: Jeremiah James "Tupelo" (Yellow Sound). Producer/Writer/Director: Books, Only me. Thanks A lot, Only me. Thanks A lot... (Theatre Edition) with writing partner Dr. Stefanie Macaluso. Several audiobooks, Cabaret concerts, and plays. His new musical It Happened in Key West with Broadway Composer/writing partner Jill Santoriello and Jason Huza will debut later this year. 

LESLIE KRITZER (Salome) made her Broadway debut in Hairspray, following that she was Serena in Legally Blonde, winning the Clarence Derwent Award for most promising performer. She then starred in A Catered Affair starring opposite Tom Wopat & Faith Prince earning her a Drama Desk nomination In Sondheim on Sondheim on Broadway she starred opposite Vanessa Williams and Barbara Cook and most recently was seen in Elf, in which she starred as Jovie opposite Wayne Knight. Last year Leslie was seen Off-Broadway in the new musical, Piece of My Heart, at The Signature Theatre; in 2013 she starred in the world premieres of Nobody Loves You at Second Stage and The Memory Show at Transport Group. Her other Off-Broadway credits include Rooms: A Rock Romance, which earned her an Outer Critics Circle nomination; The Great American Trailer Park Musical, earning her a Drama Desk nomination, and Bat Boy: The Musical. She played Hildy in On the Town for New York City Center Encores! and she was Little Becky in the national tour of Urinetown. Some regional credits include Pop! at Yale Repertory Theatre, Every Tongue Confess at Arena Stage, First You Dream at The Kennedy Center and Funny Girl at Paper Mill Playhouse. Leslie received enthusiastic critical acclaim, a TimeOut New York Award, and a Special Achievement MAC Award, for Leslie Kritzer Is Patti LuPone at Les Mouches, a re-creation of Patti LuPone’s famed nightclub act. The show had a sold-out run at Joe’s Pub, followed by performances at The Plush Room in San Francisco. She was a featured soloist at The Royal Albert Hall in London for a tribute to Tim Rice and can be heard on several original cast albums. She recently developed two new Broadway musicals, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s School Of Rock and The Honeymooners playing Alice Kramden opposite Hank Azaria, which will be on Broadway in 2016.  She is currently playing Ray Romano’s wife on the new HBO show “Vinyl” airing in January.  She can be seen around NYC doing her standup and solo shows. Follow her @lesliekritzer on Twitter/Instagram/Vine. Leslie is a graduate of the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music. 

MARISSA MCGOWAN (Standby for Rosamund, Raven, Goat’s Mother) Roundabout Debut! Broadway: A Little Night Music, Les Miserables, Bonnie & Clyde. Favorite Regional: The Nutty Professor (TPAC), A Little Night Music (A.C.T., TBA Award), Camelot (Godspeed), Show Boat (Asolo Rep), Guys and Dolls (Weston Playhouse). TV: “Major Crimes” (TNT), “Odd Mom Out” (BRAVO). Numerous Symphonic Work. BFA, Syracuse University. 

AHNA O’REILLY (Rosamund) Ahna is currently shooting Totem for Blumhouse, directed by Marcell Sarmiento. She previously shot All I See Is You for director Marc Forster opposite Blake Lively and Jason Clarke and the John Steinbeck adaptation In Dubious Battle with James Franco. She also recently completed shooting the lead of Elliot Lester's next film Sleepwalker. Ahna had two films premiere in Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2013; As I Lay Dying directed by and starring James Franco, and Fruitvale Station with Michael B. Jordan and Octavia Spencer. She was named one of Deadline's “Sundance Actors to Watch” for Fruitvale Station and Jobs, which she acted in opposite Ashton Kutcher.  She can also be seen in the independent films CBGB playing Mary Harron and Lucky Them opposite Toni Collette and Oliver Platt. Ahna is most known for her work in The Help, for which she received a Screen Actors Guild, National Board of Review and Critics Choice award for Best Ensemble.

LANCE ROBERTS (Clement Musgrove) Recent: Gotta Dance (Pre-Broadway) and Shows For Days with Patti Lupone. Broadway: Act One, Cat/Roof (2013), Ghost, Sister Act and Pee-Wee Herman Show (King of Cartoons). Off Broadway: Liquid Plain, Saturday Night, Forbidden Hollywood and March of the Falsettos. TV/Film: “Show Me A Hero” (HBO), Fangirl, This Is Where I Leave You, The Humbling, “White Collar,” “The Affair,” “SVU,” “Nurse Jackie.”  Full bio on Lance Roberts: Broadway and Beyond (Facebook) and

DEVERE ROGERS (Airie/Man/Little Harp u/s) Roundabout Debut! Workshops: Up Here, The Robber Bridegroom. National Tour: Five Guys Named Moe. Off-Broadway: For Flow, We In Silence..., Dance Dance Revolution. Select Regional Credits: The Wiz, Ain't Misbehavin, Little Shop of Horrors, Five Guys Named Moe, Up Here. Television: "Sex Sent Me to the ER," "Grey's Anatomy," "Crazy Ex- Girlfriend." Commercial: NY Lottery, Budweiser. Film: Pour Amerie Encore, For Flow. Education: B.F.A. from NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

NADIA QUINN (Raven/Goat's Mother/Salome u/s) Broadway: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. TV/Film: Top 5, “Louie,” “The Big C,” “Smash,” “Younger,” “Mysteries of Laura.” Her short film, Best Wishes From Millwood (Producer, Actor), premiered at the 2015 Austin Film Fest and won the Audience Choice Award for Best Narrative Short. Viral internet videos include: The #makeitfair Project and Summer & Eve Explains Things (AboveAverage). Nadia also writes scripts and songs and sings in the Americana-folk band, The Quinns.

GRAHAM STEVENS (Clement/Big Harp/Goat/Airie u/s) Roundabout Debut. Off-Broadway: Peter and the Starcatcher, In Transit, The Lightning Thief, Skippyjon Jones. Regional: Up Here (La Jolla Playhouse), Carmen (New York City Opera), The Scarlet Letter (Edinburgh Festival Fringe), The Mikado (Lyric Opera San Diego). Drama Desk Award, 2011. BA in Theater Studies, Yale University.

ALFRED UHRY (Book & Lyrics) Alfred Uhry is distinguished as the only American playwright to have won a Pulitzer Prize, an Academy Award and two Tony Awards.  Uhry began his professional career as a lyric writer under contract to the late Frank Loesser and made his Broadway debut in 1968 as the lyricist for Here's Where I Belong.  His first major success was Broadway’s The Robber Bridegroom (Tony nomination).  He then did the book for five recreated musicals at the Goodspeed Opera House.  Uhry’s first play, Driving Miss Daisy, opened Off Broadway in 1987 and won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1988.  The film version, starring Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy, won four Academy Awards in 1990, including best picture and best adapted screenplay.  His other theatre works include The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Tony Award), and Parade (Tony Award), Lovemusik (Drama Desk Award nomination) and Without Walls, starring Laurence Fishburne.  He has created the book for the musical, My Paris, which had its world premiere at the Goodspeed Opera House in the summer of 2015.  In May of 2015, he was inducted into The Theatre Hall Of Fame.

ROBERT WALDMAN (Music) Robert Waldman has written music primarily for the theatre. Beginning his career as a protégé of Frank Loesser, his music has been heard in the World Premier and Tony Award production of Alfred Uhry’ s The Last Night of Ballyhoo, and also in the Pulitzer Prize New York and National Productions of Driving Miss Daisy, for which he won Chicago’s Jeff Award for Best Music in a Dramatic Work.  His work has also been in the Broadway productions of The Heiress and Voices in the Dark, as well as Florida’s Pointciena and Parker Playhouse revue Funny You Don't Look Like a Grandmother (which ran for over a year at The Santa Monica Playhouse). Waldman composed the scores for Broadway’s Here's Where I Belong and The Robber Bridegroom (nominated for a Drama Desk Award). His music has been heard in New York in Lincoln Center’s Third, The Rivals, Dinner at Eight, Ivanov, Abe Lincoln Illinois, Jon Robin Baitz’s Ten Unknowns and A Fair Country—also in David Mamet’s A Life in the Theater, Arthur Lawrence’s 2 Lives, and Peter Parnell’s The Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket—and in Cleveland Great Lakes’ The Glass Menagerie and A Christmas Carol, Hartford Stage’s musical America's Sweetheart, Long Warf’s As You Like It, the National Theater’s School for Scandal, Kennedy Center’s musical, Swing, and The Washington Shakespeare Theater’s The Country Wife and Richard III. Performances of Waldman’s compositions have been heard in film, television, ballets, numerous commercials, recordings, and concert halls.  G. Schirmer publishes illustrated collections of some forty of his piano compositions, among them A Swing Bag, A Rag Bag, A 3/4 Bag, and A Santa Bag

ALEX TIMBERS (Director) Broadway: Peter and The Starcatcher (with Roger Rees, OBIE Award- Best Director, Tony nomination for Best Director), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (also book writer, Tony nomination for Best Book, Drama Desk Award for Best Book, Lortel and OCC Awards for Best Musical), Rocky (Drama Desk and OCC nominations for Best Director), and The Pee-wee Herman Show (filmed for HBO, Emmy nomination). His Off-Broadway credits include Here Lies Love (Lortel Award for Best Director, Drama Desk and OCC nominations for Best Director, London Evening Standard Award), A Very Merry Unauthorized Pageant (OBIE Award, Garland Award for Best Director).

CONNOR GALLAGHER (Choreographer) ​Recent: The world-premiere stage adaptation of Disney's Tangled, Robert Schenkkan and Neil Berg's The Twelve (Denver Center), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Bucks County Playhouse), Skippyjon Jones Snow What (Lucille Lortel), The Fabulous Lipitones (Goodspeed), Bunnicula (DR2), Fat Camp (NYMF & Playhouse Square, Best Choreography Award), Spidermusical (The Mint), Perez Hilton (Fringe, Barrow Street Theatre, Joe’s Pub), Babes in Toyland (Lincoln Center), The York Theatre, Northern Stage, Sharon Playhouse, Revision Theatre, and numerous event for Broadway Cares. Connor has created choreography for Glidden Paint, Luxxotica Eyewear, Hanky Panky Underwear, The Writers Guild Awards, and the HIFA Festival in Zimbabwe. Associate: Into the Woods (Public Theatre), Beauty and the Beast National and International Tours. Connor is a graduate of The Cincinnati Conservatory and made his Broadway debut as a performer in Beauty and the Beast. 
JUSTIN LEVINE (Music Director) Here Lies Love (additional arrangements), Love’s Labors Lost, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Broadway, Public Theater), Murder Ballad (MTC).

DONYALE WERLE (Scenic Designer) Broadway: Peter & the Starcatcher (Tony), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Tony nom), Allegiance. Off-Broadway: Daphne’s Dive (Signature), The Legend of Georgia McBride (MCC); Runaways; God Bless, You Mr. Goldwater; The New Brain; Little Shop of Horrors; The Wild Party; Tick, Tick, Boom!; Pump Boys & Dinettes (Encores Off-Center); Brooklynite; Too Much Sun; The North Pool (Vineyard); The Explorer’s Club (MTC); Broke-olgy (LCT). Awards: Tony, Obie, Lucille Lortel, Hewes. Affiliations: Broadway Green Alliance, Wingspace, USA 829. 

EMILY REBHOLZ (Costume Designer) Broadway: If/Then, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Recent Off-Broadway: The Tempest (Shakespeare in the Park) The Way We Get By (Second Stage); Pretty Filthy (The Civilians); Our Lady of Kibeho (Signature). Additional designs have been seen at MTC, Lincoln Center, Roundabout, The Goodman, Playwrights Horizons, The Atlantic, the Old Globe, A.R.T, and Williamstown Theatre Festival. Upcoming: Dear Evan Hansen (Second Stage), Indecent (The Vineyard) and Don Giovanni (Santa Fe Opera). 

JAKE DeGROOT (Lighting Designer) Roundabout (Associate): Just Jim Dale, Talley’s Folly, Old Acquaintance. Recent Off-Broadway: Fly (New Victory); Oh Hello (Cherry Lane); SeaWife (Naked Angles); Here’s Hoover (Les Freres Corbusier); Ars Nova; Theatre Row; New Ohio. Regional: Forum (Two River); Company, National Pastime (Bucks County Playhouse); The Huntington; The Geffen; Cincinnati Playhouse; Repertory Theatre of St. Louis; NY Stage and Film; Williamstown; Pasadena Playhouse; Crossroads; W.H.A.T.; ReVision; Yale Dramat. Co-Lighting Supervisor: Williamstown Theatre Festival 08-09. BFA, Carnegie Mellon.
JEFF CROITER (Lighting Designer) Roundabout: The Dazzle, Streamers, Ordinary Days, Fiction. Broadway credits: Something Rotten, Disaster, Penn and Teller; Newsies, Peter and the Starcatcher (Tony Award), Mothers and Sons, A Time to Kill, Soul Doctor, Jekyll and Hyde, The Anarchist, The Performers, The Pee-wee Herman Show, Next Fall, Kiki & Herb. Other New York includes: Gigantic, Mercury Fur, Parade, Loves Labors Lost, Fly By Night, Old Jews Telling Jokes, Last Five Years, A Lie of the Mind, The Internationalist, Jennifer Muller/The Works.

DARRON L WEST (Sound Designer) is a Tony and OBIE award winning sound designer whose work for theater and dance has been heard in over 500 productions nationally and internationally on Broadway and off. His many accolades for sound design include the Bay Area Theater Critics Circle Award, the Lucille Lortel and the AUDELCO. He is a two time Henry Hewes Design Award winner and a proud recipient of the 2012 Princess Grace Award Statue.
CHARLES COES (Sound Designer) has designed shows at Yale Rep; Seattle Rep; Berkeley Rep; South Coast Rep; Guthrie Theater; Shakespeare Theatre Company; ArtsEmerson; Wilma Theatre; Two River Theater; North Shore Music Theatre; Williamstown Theatre Festival; Huntington; Ford's Theatre, Dallas Theater Center, Bucks County Playhouse. Tour: Phoenix Entertainment and The Acting Company. He has worked as an associate on many Broadway shows including Misery, Peter and the Starcatcher, In the Next Room, and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. He teaches at the Yale School of Drama.

JUSTIN LEVINE & MARTIN LOWE (Co-Orchestrators) Martin’s credits include: Once (A.R.T./N.Y.T.W/Broadway/West End), Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (National Theatre Scotland/ Int. Tour), The Light Princess (National Theatre -UK), Jedermann, The Threepenny Opera (Salzburg Festival), The Wolves in the Walls (National Theatre of Scotland/ New Victory NY). Future projects include Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (West End - London). Justin’s credits include: Here Lies Love (additional arrangements), Love’s Labors Lost, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Broadway, Public Theater), Murder Ballad (MTC).

JACOB GRIGOLIA-ROSENBAUM (Fight Director) Broadway: Cyrano (Roundabout, J.Lloyd), On the Twentieth Century (Roundabout, S.Ellis) Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (A.Timbers), Peter and the Starcatcher (R. Reese & A.Timbers). TV/Film: Peter Pan Live (NBC/Universal, R.Ashford), Dark Was the Night (Calibre/Image, J.Heller). Regional/OBW: Here Lies Love (The Public, A.Timbers), Othello (Old Globe, B.Edelstein), Robin Hood (Williamstown, S.Powell-Jones), Sailor Man (NYFringe, PJ.Cook, co-creator, winner best play); The Buccaneer (Tank/Brick, Self).