Broadway: Mamma Mia! (Sky). Off-Broadway: Disaster (Chad) directed by Denis Jones, Lucky Guy (Billy Ray u/s). TV: Lovestruck (DJ) for ABC Family. Workshops: Piece of My Heart (Bert Berns), Irma La Douce (with Katie Holmes) directed by Rob Ashford, Lempicka (Tadeusz) for Yale Rep, BARE: A Pop Opera (Jason), Dogfight (Fector) for Lincoln Center, Outlaws (Jesse James), & Blue Flower for Second Stage.
Zak is currently recording his first album. BFA, Carnegie Mellon University & an Acting student of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney, AU. This one’s for his parents who will always have a very large piece of his heart. Twitter: @zakresnick.
Broadway: Sondheim on Sondheim, A Catered Affair (Drama Desk nomination), Legally Blonde (Clarence Derwent Award), Hairspray, and Elf. Off-Broadway/Regional: Nobody Loves You, The Memory Show, Rooms (OCC nomination), On The Town (Encores!), The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Drama Desk nomination),
Bat Boy, Godspell, Every Tongue Confess (Arena Stage), Guys and Dolls (Barrington Stage), POP! (Yale Rep), Cabaret, Born Yesterday, Urinetown (National Tour), Evita, and Funny Girl. TV: “3 LBS,” “Law and Order SVU,” “Jason and Jessica” (HBO). Solo: Leslie Kritzer is Patti LuPone at Les Mouches (Time Out New York Award) and Beautiful Disaster. For Uncle Elliot.
Broadway: Linda Hart has created original roles in both Catch Me If You Can and the Tony Award-winning Hairspray. She won a Theater World Award for her performance in Anything Goes at Lincoln Center. Linda played opposite Sid Caesar in Sid Caesar on Broadway. Ms. Hart was a Harlette in Bette Midler’s Broadway productions Divine Madness and DeTour.
Off-Broadway: Linda Hart has starred in The Great American Trailer Park Musical, the critically acclaimed Gemini at Second Stage, Surviving Grace, Light Up The Sky at Pasadena Playhouse (Drama-League Award), A Flea In Her Ear at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre. On Film: Ms. Hart has starred opposite Kevin Costner in both “Tin Cup” and “A Perfect World” – the latter, directed by Clint Eastwood. She appeared in the Academy Award-winning film “The Insider,” “Get Shorty” opposite John Travolta, and “Beautiful” directed by Sally Field. TV: Linda played Mazeppa in the CBS production of “Gypsy,” starring Bette Midler. She has appeared and starred in dozens of television series and mini-series including being one of the stars of Seth MacFarlane’s FOX series, “The Winner.” Ms. Hart has headlined with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall and can also be heard on numerous soundtracks and original Broadway cast albums. Linda has recorded 12 albums with her gospel singing, Grammy Award-winning family, The Harts. This one’s for you, Mother.
Broadway: Conversations With My Father, The Boys From Syracuse, The Light In The Piazza and the First National Tour of Jersey Boys. Off-Broadway: Gemini and Dark Rapture (Second Stage), Mad Forest and Up Against The Wind (NYTW), My Night With Reg (The New Group), The Root (Atlantic), Dream Of A Common Language (Women’s Project), Lusting After Pipino’s Wife (Primary Stages).
Regional: Last Of The Boys (McCarter), Hamlet (Long Wharf), Three Sisters (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ), Antony & Cleopatra (Berkeley Rep), The Sweet Life (Yale Rep), Savages (Seattle Rep), Othello, Sweeney Todd and A View From The Bridge (Hangar). Television: “The Blacklist,” “Elementary,” “The Sopranos,” “In Treatment,” “Made In Jersey,” “Dirty Sexy Money,” “Law & Order,” “Witness To The Mob” and “Cosby”. Film: Carlito’s Way, Maid In Manhattan, Enchanted, The Wild, Shark Tale, Night Falls On Manhattan, Walking & Talking, Thirteen Conversations About One Thing. Upcoming: The Wannabe.
Broadway: Passing Strange (Tony nomination, Theatre World Award, Audelco nomination), Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown, A Night With Janis Joplin. Off-Broadway: Passing Strange (Public Theater, OBIE winner), Detroit ’67 (Public Theater), Comedy Of Errors (Public Theater), Doris To Darlene (Playwrights Horizons). Regional: Johnny Baseball (Williamstown), Passing Strange (Berkeley Rep), The Hot L Baltimore (Steppenwolf), Good Goods (Yale Rep).
Film/TV: Passing Strange, Red Hook Summer, In The Morning, “30 Rock”, “Person Of Interest”, “666 Park Avenue”, “Ugly Americans”, “Sex and the City”. Education: NYU Tish. Yale Beinecke Fellow. DeeAziza.com
Broadway: Winner of the 2010 Tony for Best New Musical, Memphis (Gator); The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Mitch Mahoney), Drama Desk Award, Broadway.com Award; and Disney’s The Little Mermaid as half of the evil duo Flotsam & Jetsam. Outside of Broadway, Derrick is coming off of a successful tour with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.
FILM/TV: “Law and Order SVU”, “Submissions Only”, ANNIE starring Jamie Foxx and Cameron Diaz, directed by Will Gluck, and ANESTHESIA starring Glenn Close, directed by Tim Blake Nelson. Twitter: @derrickbaskin
Bryan just returned from Yale Rep where he was starring in the world premiere of These Paper Bullets. He recently starred in both the Broadway production and first national tour of the 2010 Tony Award winning Best Musical, Memphis, and the new musical comedy, Nobody Loves You, at Second Stage Theatre.
He has been seen on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, as well as the indie films You Tell Me and Red Hook. Bryan is also an accomplished singer/songwriter, and his albums Simple & Grey and Imperfect Man are both available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and more. And he has his own Pandora station: Bryan Fenkart Radio. Follow him on Facebook at Bryan Fenkart, on Twitter @Steinway7, or bryanfenkart.com.
Carleigh Bettiol is honored to be a part of this show! National Tours: Flashdance The Musical, In The Heights, A Chorus Line, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, Pittsburgh CLO, The Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Other: Hamilton (Workshop of a new musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda), PBS: Live from Lincoln Center (Marvin Hamlisch tribute, featured dancer). Thanks to Denis, Barry, Rachel, Family and Friends!
Jerry, U/S Wazzel
Broadway: A View From the Bridge, The Big Knife, Brooklyn Boy. Off Broadway: Eurydice, The Sex Lives of our Parents, The Accomplices, Circle Mirror Transformation. Regional: ART, Alabama Shakespeare, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Yale Rep, Berkeley Rep, Goodman, Long Wharf, Merrimack Rep (IRNE Nom.), McCarter, Folger (Helen Hayes nom.), Baltimore Center Stage, BAM Next Wave.
Television: “House of Cards,” “Law and Order(s),” “The Good Wife,” “Rescue Me,” “Blue Bloods,” “Unforgettable,” “Pan Am,” “The Americans”. Film: Random Hearts, Shaft, The Thomas Crown Affair, Two Week Notice, After School (2008 NY Film Festival Entry). Director: American Buffalo (Elm Shakespeare).
Teresa Gattison has performed in many arenas such as Off-Broadway’s National Black Theater in Harlem N.Y and The Billie Holiday Theater in Brooklyn, N.Y. Radio City Music Hall and the great Carnegie Hall in NYC have also been stepping stones in which she sang with The New Jersey Mass Choir backing the great Ms. Aretha Franklin 2001-2005. Her many other credits include singing background on two Grammy award-winning CD’s by Ms. Cissy Houston, as well as touring with her. She recorded one jingle with the jingle company “Debucci and Bilous” for CIT.
In May of 2010, Ms. Gattison graduated from Nyack College with a Bachelor of Sacred Music Degree. She’s also a member of Actors’ Equity Association since 2010. In 2011, Teresa was an Ensemble member of Piece of My Heart at Vassar College Theater in upstate New York under the production of New York Stage and Film. In Dec. 2011, she appeared in a Piece of My Heart musical segment at a benefit for the Oscar winner Christopher Plummer, which was also produced by New York Stage and Film. Feb. 2012 she sang with The New Jersey Mass Choir at Radio City Music Hall backing Aretha Franklin and was a part of the choir for the Home Going Service for the late great Whitney Houston. In April 2012, she recorded an album with Broadway star Jarrod Spector. Teresa is grateful to God for this wonderful journey and thanks her family for loving her through it all.
Ensemble, u/s Candace
Shonica Gooden is a proud native of Atlanta, GA. While growing up in Atlanta, Shonica attended Dekalb School of the Arts as well as trained extensively at Dance Makers of Atlanta. In 2011, she graduated from Point Park University with a BFA in dance. During her time at Point Park, she performed works by Martha Graham, David Parsons, Bill T. Jones, Robert Battle, and Daniel Ezralow. Broadway: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Broadway and National Tour: Bring It On: The Musical.
Sydney James Harcourt
Carlos/Ensemble, u/s Hoagy
Broadway: The Lion King (Simba u/s), American Idiot, Bells Are Ringing. Regional: Joseph…Dreamcoat (Joseph – DTC), Dreamgirls (Curtis – Signature Theatre), The Rocky Horror Show (Rocky – Old Globe), The Wiz (Tin Man – DTC).
NY: Hamilton (James Reynolds – Public Theater), Unlock’d (The Baron – New Duke), Camelot (Lincoln Center), Showboat (Carnegie Hall). TV/Film: “The Good Wife,” “Law & Order,” “Person of Interest,” Disney’s Enchanted. Special Thanks to The Kurz, Ellen, Ameer, Zlatko. Walk into the dream awake.
Ensemble, u/s Ilene & Jessie
Broadway: Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, Tony-winning revival of Maury Yeston’s Nine, 2001 revival of Sondheim’s Follies (Buddy’s Sally). National Tours: Sweet Charity (Ursula), Doctor Doolittle with Tommy Tune, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Sunset Boulevard. NYC Theatre: Encores!, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall. Chicago: Goodman Theatre’s Turn Of The Century. Thanks, Rachel and Telsey & Co., Mom, Dad, Pat and ELI!
Ensemble, u/s Young Wazzel & Jerry
Ralph is truly honored to be a part of this beautiful, heart-driven story! Broadway: Rock of Ages. National Tours: Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Tick u/s, Dance Captain), Hairspray (Corny Collins u/s). Regional Favz: Xanadu (Sonny), Altar Boyz (Matthew), Kiss Me, Kate (Bill Calhoun). Special, special ‘Thanks!’ to Rachel and Denis! Much love to C, Rexy, Big Sis, Dad, and my ‘Rock’!!
Ensemble, u/s Young Wazzel & Bert
Harris Milgrim is thrilled to make his Off-Broadway debut. He was last seen as Bruno in the World Premiere of Secondhand Lions (5th Ave Theatre). First Nat’l Tour-West Side Story (Snowboy/ us. Tony); Ford’s Theatre- Hello, Dolly! (us. Ambrose/ Helen Hayes Award-Outstanding Ensemble); Barrington Stage- On the Town (Emcee/ Feat. Ensemble); Other credits: Altar Boyz (Abraham), RENT (Mark), Cabaret (Emcee), Kiss Me Kate (Bill Calhoun).
Graduate of Florida State University and proud AEA. Thanks to Alli Lingenfelter, Denis Jones, Telsey+Co., Harden-Curtis, my gracious friends, and ALL of my families. @harrismilgrim
Ensemble, u/s Carlos
A native of Long Island, Mike is thrilled to bring Bert Berns’ story to New York audiences having been involved with this project since its premiere with New York Stage and Film in 2011. First National Tour: Sister Act; Regional: The MUNY (Pirates); Goodspeed (Band Geeks! and Nobody Loves You). BFA: The Hartt School.
Special thanks and love to Denis, Daniel, Lon, Garry, Brett, Cassie, Telsey & Co., this amazing cast and crew; and to my family, friends and JAJ for their constant love and support. @MikeMillan
Ensemble, u/s Jessie
Broadway: A Chorus Line (Judy Turner), Soul Doctor (Holy Rebel/Mother u/s), Wonderland (Madhatter & Queen of Hearts u/s’s), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. National Tours: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Miss Dorothy/ Miss Flannery u/s’s), Some Like it Hot (Sweet Sue u/s), Chicago (Velma). Favs: Mademoiselle Modiste (Musicals Tonight!), Happy Hunting (York Theatre), Boeing Boeing (Papermill Playhouse). FSU Grad. Thanks Denis, Rachel, Brett & Cassandra. @HeatherParcells
Broadway: Evita, In the Heights. Few Faves: 42nd Street (Peggy, Sawyer, Arts Center HHI), SkippyJon Jones (Rosalita, Off-Broadway), A Chorus Line (Diana, First Nat’l/Papermill), West Side Story (Anita, Ogunquit Playhouse), My One and Only (Edythe, Goodspeed Opera House), Fame Forever Demo (Vanessa), Broadway at Super Bowl XLVIII, Music Theatre of Wichita, Transcendence Theatre Company, The Broadway Dolls, Speakeasy Moderne.
TV: “Law & Order SVU”, “RHONY”, “Sesame Street”, “One Life to Live”. Film: Sex, Love & Salsa (Maria). RIFE Award- Best Supporting Actress. Like on Facebook, @ImGabrielleRuiz. More at www.gabrielleruiz.net. Other gig: @HHwGabrielle. From South Texas, OCU BFA, AEA. 2 Corinthians 9:15. For my Aunt Chila.
Broadway/National Tours: Chicago, Follies, South Pacific, A Chorus Line. NY Theatre: Guys and Dolls (Carnegie Hall), Where’s Charlie? and Little Me! (Encores!). Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Kennedy Center, Goodspeed, PittsburghCLO, The MUNY. Education: University of Michigan. Thanks to Denis, and Brett and Cassie for including me in this very special family! www.amoswolff.com
Broadway: Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me. Off-Broadway: Cradle And All and Sarah, Sarah (Manhattan Theatre Club); The Retributionists (Playwrights Horizons); Modern Orthodox (Dodger Stages); Adam Baum and the Jew Movie (Blue Light). Regional credits include musicals Party Come Here (Williamstown) and Radio Girl (Goodspeed). Television includes “Rogue” (DirecTV), and “The Electric Company” (PBS).
Graduate of Juilliard and NYU (BFA, MFA- now on faculty as Area Head of Playwriting). Daniel proudly serves on the council of the Dramatists Guild where he sits on the steering committee and Chairs the publications committee that oversees The Dramatists magazine.
Recent credits include Popesical (Joe’s Pub), Disaster! (NY’s Triad), Chicago and Spamalot (St Louis’ MUNY), Legally Blonde (NCT), and Jane Krakowski in Concert (Town Hall). As choreographer, recent credits include Honeymoon in Vegas, Damn Yankees, Thoroughly Modern Millie (Paper Mill Playhouse), She Loves Me, …Forum, Johnny Baseball (Williamstown Theater Festival), Pirates! (Huntington Theater), Elf (5th Ave), Coraline (MTC), POP! (Yale Rep), Post Office (Center Theater Group), The Kennedy Center Honors, Oprah’s Surprise Spectacular, Sex and the City, as well as national tours of Man of La Mancha and My Fair Lady. Upcoming Broadway projects include Honeymoon in Vegas and Hee Haw.
Broadway: A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Present Laughter (Tony Nomination), Old Acquaintance, Butley, and Hedda Gabler. Off-Broadway: Rapture Blister Burn and Maple and Vine (Playwrights); Modern Terrorism, All New People, Trust, and The Water’s Edge (Second Stage); The Understudy (Roundabout); Paris Commune and Measure for Pleasure (Public); Observe the Sons of Ulster… (Lortel Award) and Chaucer in Rome (Lincoln Center).
LONDON WEST END: All New People. OPERA: Il Trittico (Berlin), Cosi fan tutte (Minnesota), Waffenschmied (Munich), Der fliegende Holländer (Würzburg), and Lohengrin (Budapest). UPCOMING: Ghosts of Versailles (L.A.Opera) and Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame (La Jolla). MFA: Yale.
David C. Woolard
Broadway credits include Bronx Bombers, A Time To Kill, First Date, Lysistrata Jones, West Side Story, Jane Fonda’s clothing for 33 Variations, Dividing The Estate, The Farnsworth Invention, Old Acquaintances, Ring Of Fire, All Shook Up, 700 Sundays, The Rocky Horror Show (2001 Tony Award nomination), Voices In The Dark, The Who’s Tommy (1993 Tony and Olivier Award nominations), Bells Are Ringing, Marlene, Wait Until Dark, Horton Foote’s The Young Man From Atlanta, Damn Yankees, A Few Good Men.
Other credits include Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Encores), The Old Friends and Orphans Home Cycle (Signature Theatre – Drama Desk, Hewes Award), Heir Apparent at CSC, Toxic Avenger (Off-Broadway and Alley Theatre), The Donkey Show (A.R.T.) Death And The Powers (Opera De Monte Carlo). Oscar (Santa Fe Opera). He is currently designing The Ether Dome.
Broadway: An Enemy of the People, Seminar. Recent Off-Broadway: Fun Home (Lortel Nom., The Public), Kung Fu, Angels In America (Signature), Murder Ballad (Lortel Nom.), The Whipping Man (Lortel Award), Where We Live (MTC), Your Mother’s Copy of the Kama Sutra (Playwrights), Belleville (NYTW, Lortel Nom.), Nobody Loves You (Second Stage), Into The Woods (Delacorte).
Selected Regional: Actors Theater of Louisville, Amhanson Theater, Dallas Theater Center, Bay Street Theater, Goodman Theater, Hartford Stage, Huntington, Intiman Theater, Kirk Douglas, La Jolla Playhouse, Long Wharf Theater, Mark Taper Forum, McCarter, NYSF, Old Globe, Paper Mill Playhouse, Philadelphia Theatre Co., Shakespeare Theatre, South Coast Rep, Williamstown. Concert Designs for Regina Spektor, Sufjan Stevens, Beirut, St. Vincent.
Hair & Wig Design
Music Supervision, Orchestrations & Arrangements
Orchestrator/composer of five shows including Purlie. Numerous movies: Midnight Cowboy, Heartbreak Kid, Alice’s Restaurant. Arranged and conducted 30 hit records (Brown Eyed Girl, On Broadway, songs in Piece of My Heart). For 18 years was chief orchestrator simultaneously for Coca Cola/Miller Beer/Lowenbrau Beer (numerous awards; “Mean Joe Green”, “Teach the World to Sing”).
Two Symphonic Pulitzer nominations (Idioms/Viet Nam Cantata). Medicine: Sports Podiatrist for Rutgers University. Formerly Billy Jean King’s team physician (NJ Stars) and researcher for the USFSA at the OTC. Twice he received the Outstanding Physician Researcher’s Award of the Year: MMH (Atlantic Health Systems).
Lon Hoyt was the music director/conductor for Hairspray on Broadway, as well as the Hairspray movie. He was the Music Supervisor for the two National Tours, Toronto, Las Vegas, London, Johannesburg and Cologne companies of Hairspray.He was also the Music Supervisor for Lennon. Most recently, he was the associate conductor for Catch Me If You Can on Broadway. Other Broadway MD and conductor credits include Rock of Ages, Hair, The Rocky Horror Show, Street Corner Symphony and Footloose.
Off-Broadway, he has conducted Hereafter, Forever Plaid, Song of Singapore, A Backer’s Audition, Hit the Lights, and The Diva is Dismissed. Regional theater credits include Burt Bacharach’s Some Lovers, the Duncan Sheik/Steven Sater musical The Nightingale, Return to the Forbidden Planet, Blackbirds of Broadway, Calamity Jane, 42nd Street, and Anything Goes. As an actor, Lon has appeared in lead roles on Broadway in Tommy, Baby, Leader of the Pack, Starlight Express, and RockNRoll! The First 5000 Years. He can be heard playing piano for Whoopi Goldberg in the film and on the soundtrack of Boys on the Side. He was the music consultant for the Todd Graff film A Joyful Noise, and he arranged and orchestrated songs for another Todd Graff film BandSlam. Most recently, he was the music consultant on the upcoming film Annie. Love to the 3Ls.
Adam Michael Kaufman
Associate Music Director
Most recently Adam was the associate music director for the reading of Sara Bareilles’ musical Waitress. He also musically assisted The Last Five Years movie. As a pianist, Adam played in both the Broadway and Goodspeed productions of 13 The Musical, and is currently a rehearsal pianist for The Book Of Mormon.
Orchestrating credits include the 2013-2014 BCEFA Gypsy Of The Year at the Minskoff theatre, and his contributions to From Broadway With Love, a Sandy Hook benefit concert was featured on PBS. Adam also co-orchestrated Foreverman The Musical, for which he received the NYMF Outstanding Orchestration award in 2012.
Telsey + Company
Broadway/Tours: The Last Ship, The Cripple of Inishmaan, If/Then, All the Way, Motown, Kinky Boots, Newsies, Rock of Ages, Wicked, Evita, Porgy and Bess, Sister Act, Million Dollar Quartet. Off-Broadway: Macbeth, Atlantic, MCC, 2nd Stage, Signature. Regional: A.R.T., Dallas Theater Center, Goodman, La Jolla, Paper Mill, Pittsburgh CLO. Film: Focus, Into the Woods, Song One, The Last Five Years. TV: “Masters of Sex,” commercials. www.telseyandco.com
Brandon Ivie most recently directed the Off-Broadway musical Jasper in Deadland by Ryan Scott Oliver and Hunter Foster and the musical web series “The Hinterlands.” Broadway assisting: A Christmas Story, First Date, Next to Normal, Catch Me If You Can. NYC: The Public Theater/Joe’s Pub, Prospect Theater Company, HERE Arts Center, NYMF, 54 Below, NYU.
Regional: 5th Avenue, Paper Mill, Signature Theatre, Ford’s Theatre, Village. Artistic director, Contemporary Classics/New Voices. Lincoln Center Directors Lab. Drama League Directing Fellow.
Associate Credits: Johnny Baseball (Williamstown), White Christmas (Zach), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Paper Mill), Chicago, Grease, Spamalot (MUNY), Disaster! (NYC), Legally Blonde (NCT), Workshops: Holiday Inn, Sugar Babies.
Performing Credits: Pre-Broadway Honeymoon in Vegas, First National Tour/Detroit productions of White Christmas, Chicago, Buddy!, Oklahoma! w/ Kelli O’Hara, Swing!, Urinetown, Hairspray, Meet Me in St. Louis, Hello, Dolly! w/ Rachel York. B.F.A. University of Oklahoma. Love to Family, friends, Denis, and JAB.
Production Stage Manager
Broadway: Rock of Ages. Regional: 12 productions at Paper Mill Playhouse including Honeymoon in Vegas (world premiere), The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, The Full Monty, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Steel Magnolias and Little Shop of Horrors. Off-Broadway: Rock of Ages. NYC: Broadway Backwards 6, 7 & 8, The Happy Embalmer, Australia Plays Broadway at Carnegie Hall. Matt holds a BFA from Rutgers University.
Broadway: A Time to Kill, Mary Poppins, Merchant of Venice, South Pacific, Pygmalion, Journey’s End, The Times They Are A-Changin’, Amour, The Elephant Man, Dance of Death, Jane Eyre, Marlene, Little Me, 1776, Taking Sides, Indiscretions. National Tours: Hairspray, Fosse, West Side Story.Off-Broadway: Playwrights Horizons, Manhattan Theatre Club, Second Stage, City Center Encores, MCC Theater, Theatre for a New Audience. Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival, Old Globe, Mark Taper Forum.
Assistant Stage Manager
Broadway: Newsies (Disney Theatrical); Anything Goes, Bye Bye Birdie, Waiting for Godot, Sunday in the Park With George, 110 in the Shade (Roundabout). Off-Broadway: Hand to God, Reasons To Be Happy (MCC). Paper Mill Playhouse: Honeymoon in Vegas, Oliver, Sound of Music, Hairspray, Smokey Joe’s Café, Full Monty, Oklahoma!.
Fabian has created props for over 50 Broadway productions. Recent credits include: If/Then, Rocky, Bridges of Madison County, I’ll Eat You Last, Kinky Boots, Lucky Guy, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Chaplin, Nice Work If You Can Get It, A Streetcar Named Desire, Stick Fly, Relatively Speaking, The Normal Heart, House of Blue Leaves, Anything Goes, and Fences. Off Broadway: Appropriate (Signature Theatre), Somewhere Fun (The Vineyard Theatre), and Tribes (Barrow Street Theatre).
Production Core lends support and guidance to theatre companies that produce high quality theatrical performances and need direction/support on the collaboration, planning and execution of the production process. The Production Core team is James E. Cleveland, Jared Goldstein, David Upton, Ron Grimshaw, Chasmin Hallyburton, Julie Shelton, Amber Mathis, S.M. Payson, Casey Rowe, Aaron Dayton, Esti Bernstein, Jama McMahon, Leah Vogel and Duncan Northern. Current projects include: Murder for Two at New World Stages, La Soiree at Union Square Theatre, The Most Deserving at New York City Center, Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man at the 777 Theatre, and 50 Shades! The Musical at the Elektra Theatre, and Atomic the Musical at the Acorn at Theatre Row. www.productioncore.net.
Snug Harbor Productions
Steven Chaikelson and Kendra Bator provide general management services for productions on Broadway, Off-Broadway and across the United States. Credits include Broadway: Ring of Fire; Elaine Stritch at Liberty (Tony Award); George Gershwin Alone; Death of a Salesman (Tony Award, starring Brian Dennehy); The Price and Fool Moon (Tony Award); Off-Broadway: Murder for Two; Martin Moran’s All the Rage (Lortel Award); Eve Ensler’s Emotional Creature; 3C; Elective Affinities (starring Zoe Caldwell); Make Me a Song: The Music of William Finn; Evil Dead The Musical; Almost, Maine; The Tricky Part (Obie Award); Peter Brook’s Tierno Bokar.
New York: Mothers and Sons by Terrence McNally; Ann by Holland Taylor; Freud’s Last Session by Mark St. Germain, (Best Play 2011); Colin Quinn Long Story Short, dir. Jerry Seinfeld; Desire Under the Elms by Eugene O’Neill; The 49 Project by Mary Adkins (Best Playwright Award, Fringe 2009); Almost, Maine by John Cariani; Our Lady of 121st Street by Stephen Adly Guirgis, dir. Philip Seymour Hoffman; No Way To Treat A Lady by Douglas J. Cohen. Chicago / LA: Freud’s Last Session. London West End: Fiddler on the Roof by Bock & Harnick; Summer and Smoke by Tennessee Williams.