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The Finest Cast in All the Kingdom


Paige Faure

Paige was last seen in Woody Allen's musical comedy Bullets Over Broadway, directed by Susan Stroman (u/s Ellen). Paige previously appeared on Broadway in Cinderella and in the original revival company of How to Succeed in Business... featuring Daniel Radcliffe (Hedy La Rue, repl.) She has toured nationally with A Chorus Line, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Little Women and Aida. Regional roles include Janet in The Drowsy Chaperone featuring Clay Aiken and Beth Leavel at the North Carolina Theater, Sally in Cabaret at MGR, and one of Tony's Showgirls in Honeymoon in Vegas at Papermill Playhouse. So grateful to everyone at The Mine, and to all of the "Cindy" team for this gift of a show – it is an honor to have shared so much of the road of it with you! Abundant love to the Durand and Monley clans, and thanks to the Lord everyday for my handsome Prince, Adam, and our bright boy, Hank. Eph. 3: 4-21.

Joe Carroll
Prince Topher

Joe comes to Cinderella directly from the recent Broadway revival of Romeo and Juliet featuring Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad (Balthazar, u/s Romeo). Other Broadway: Once (Tony Award Best Musical). NYC Readings: Fly By Night at Playwrights Horizons. Regional favorites include: The Full Monty (Malcolm), Avenue Q (Princeton/ Rod), Chess (Anatoly). Television: “The Carrie Diaries”, "All My Children”. Training: BFA The University of Michigan and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Love and thanks to Mom, Dad, Franny, Alex, all the creatives, Adam and everyone at Cindy Tolan, and Stone Manners Salners. GO BLUE! @Joe_Carrollmich

Victoria Clark
Marie, The Fairy Godmother

Victoria is the recipient of 2005 Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance in The Light in the Piazza. Other Broadway: Titanic, How to Succeed…, Urinetown, Cabaret, Guys and Dolls, A Grand Night for Singing, Sunday in the Park with George. Encores!: Follies, Bye, Bye Birdie. Off-Broadway: Love, Loss and What I Wore, When the Rains Stops Falling (Drama Desk nom.), A Prayer for My Enemy, The Marriage of Bette and Boo. She recently starred in the acclaimed revival of Follies at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, and also starred as Mother Superior in Sister Act on Broadway.

Peter Bartlett

Broadway: A Free Man of Color, The Drowsy Chaperone, The Frogs, Beauty and the Beast, Never Gonna Dance, Boom Boom Room. Off-Broadway: The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told (Drama Desk nom.), The Illusion, The New Century. Regional: La Jolla, Williamstown, Guthrie, ATL, Theatrein-the-Square (Jeffrey, Drama-Logue and Bay Area Critics Circle Awards). Film: The Princess and the Frog, Meet the Parents, The Producers, Jeffrey. TV: “The Big C,” “Law & Order,” “One Life to Live” (20 years as Nigel).

Todd Buonopane

Broadway: Roger in Grease, Amos in Chicago (& National Tour) and many characters in …Spelling Bee.  Off-Broadway Todd has played a dog, a cow, a waiter and an improviser.    Regionally, a series of best friends and sidekicks at the Pasadena Playhouse, 5th Avenue, Goodspeed, Papermill, Prince and Barrington. TV/Film: Recurred as Jeffrey Weinerslav on “30 Rock”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “The Producer”, “Law & Order: CI”, and “The Black Donnellys”. BFA from The University of Michigan. @ToddBuonopane

Stephanie Gibson

Broadway: Addams Family (u/s Morticia), Spamalot (u/s Lady of the Lake). Tours: A Chorus Line (Judy) Happy Days(Lori Beth). Other: Anyone Can Whistle (Encores), Fingers and Toes (NYMTF), Robin and the Seven Hoods (Old Globe). TV: “All My Children,” “As the World Turns,” “Guiding Light,” “Up All Night.” Love to my family!

Ann Harada

Ann originated the role of Christmas Eve in Avenue Q on Broadway and also appeared in the original London cast of the musical. Her other Broadway appearances include 9 to 5, as Madame Thenardier in the revival of Les Misérables and M Butterfly. She has appeared as a regular on the hit TV series "Smash."

Nancy Opel
Madame, Ella's Wicked Stepmother

Nancy Opel most recently appeared on Broadway in the Tony Award winning musical Memphis. She received Drama Desk, Drama League, Outer Critics and Lortel nominations for her role in The Toxic Avenger, written by Memphis creators Joe DiPietro and David Bryan. Other Broadway credits includeFiddler on the Roof, Urinetown (Tony Nomination, Best Actress), Sunday in the Park with George, Anything Goes, Triumph of Love, Evita and others. She appeared Off Broadway most notably in works by playwright David Ives. Nancy received Drama Desk, Lortel nominations for Polish Joke and she won an Obie Award for John Epperson's My Deah. She attended The University of Kansas and The Juilliard School.

Phumzile Sojola
Lord Pinkleton

Phumzile, a South African Native, made his Broadway debut last season in The Gershwin's Porgy & Bess. Off-Broadway/Tour: Three Mo' Tenors. NYCO: L'Etoile. Regional: La Boheme, Lost In The Stars. Recordings: Treemonisha. Love to my Zan Zan.

Jill Abramovitz

Broadway:  9 to 5; Martin Short:  Fame Becomes Me.  Also:  Sweeney Todd at Avery Fisher Hall, Papermill, Goodspeed, Kennedy Center, Barrington Stage, Westchester Broadway (Fanny in Funny Girl), White Plains PAC (Hedy in How to Succeed), The Lortel (Junie B. Jones), the Lamb's (Cam Jansen).  TV:  "Hostages," "Ugly Betty," "30 Rock," "Z Rock," "SNL."  Lyricist/Bookwriter:  The Dogs of Pripyat, Martha Speaks (TheatreworksUSA).

Kristine Bendul

Kristine Bendul, most recently seen on NBC’s “Smash,” has Broadway credits that include Come Fly Away, Movin’ Out, Man of La Mancha, Swing, On the Town, and The King & I. She was nominated for a Helen Hayes award in 2005 for Outstanding Supporting Performer for her role in the 1st National Tour of Movin’ Out, performed in Lincoln Center’sCamelot, and appeared in four New York City Center Encore productions: On the Town, No Strings, Golden Boy, andOne Touch of Venus.

Giovanni Bonaventura

Broadway debut! National Tour: Elf. Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, A.R.T., Portland Center Stage. BFA, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Huge thanks to Josh, Lee, the cast and creative team of Cinderella, Miss. Chris, Ray, and DGRW. For my mom and dad! Dreams do come true!

Kaitlyn Davidson

Broadway: Nice Work If You Can Get It (Original Cast/Asst. Dance Captain). National Tour: White Christmas (Rhoda, u/s Judy). Favorite Regional: 42nd Street (Peggy); A Chorus Line (Val); La Cage Aux Folles (Anne). Training: CCM. Thanks to DGRW, Creatives and Casting of Cinderella, Joe G., K. Pope, and Pixie Dust!

Cody Davis

Broadway Debut, and couldn’t be more excited! National Tour: White Christmas. Regional: Music Theatre of Wichita, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Infinity Theatre Co. University of Michigan graduate. Oklahoma native. Endless love and thanks to Mom and Dad, Henderson Hogan, CINDY casting/creative team, teachers, and amazing friends and family! Glory to God!

Leslie Donna Flesner

Broadway: Chaplin, Follies, Finian's Rainbow. Encores: Fanny, Finian's Rainbow.  Other: Honeymoon in Vegas (Papermill Playhouse), MUNY, NSMT, Portland Center Stage, Pittsburgh CLO, Maltz Jupiter, Ogunquit. HBO's “Boardwalk Empire”. FSU Grad. Love to Mom, Dad, Justin, Jim Daly and the entire team at Cinderella for the warm welcome!

Shonica Gooden

Shonica is a proud native of Atlanta, GA. Broadway and National Tour: Bring It On: The Musical. Graduate of Point Park University (BFA Dance), she has performed works by choreographers such as Martha Graham, David Parsons, Bill T. Jones, Robert Battle, and Daniel Ezralow.

Kendal Hartse

Broadway: On a Clear Day... National Tour: CATS. Favorite regional credits include Cabaret (Sally Bowles), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Yitzhak), Crazy for You, (Polly), and Floyd Collins (Nellie). BFA Boston Conservatory. Thanks to my amazing family, friends, Barry, Dulcina, and Julia. Love to Austin. For Grammie and Grandpop.

Neil Haskell

Broadway: Bring It On (Steven), 9 to 5, The Times They Are A-Changin. Off Broadway: Altar Boyz. TV: “Glee!”, “So You Think You Can Dance”, “Faking It”, “VMAs”, “Emmy Awards Show”. Film: Jersey Boys, Rock of Ages, The American Mall, Going The Distance. Thanks and love to my family! @NeilHaskell

Laura Irion

Laura is beyond thrilled to be making her Broadway debut with such a magical team! First Nat'l Tour: West Side Story(u/s Anybodys). Regional: Muny, NSMT. University of Michigan graduate. Many thanks and love to CINDERELLAcast/creative, the Price Group, family, friends, and as always, Dad, Mom and Angie.

Nathan Lucrezio

Nathan Lucrezio recently released his original songs/music videos, 'Crazy Girl' and 'Walk out the Door' ! Favorites; World Irish Dancing Championships (Medal Recipient), Lotte Lenya Competition (Emerging Talent Award) TV/Film: Smash. Tour: A Chorus Line (Alan DeLuca). NYC: Children of God (MITF, Nominated 'Outstanding Actor'), One For My Baby (New 42), Ordinary Days (York). B.F.A. MT (PSU)., Insta/Tweet @nathanlucrezio

Andy Mills

Andy is incredibly grateful to be a part of CINDERELLA! He was previously on Broadway in Memphis, and also performed on the First National Tour of A Chorus Line, regionally in Grease, Swing, West Side Story, and The Daisy Bradford 3, and on the North American Tour of CATS. He sends endless love to his amazing family, and special thanks to Josh Rhodes and Lee Wilkins. It's possible!

Linda Mugleston

Broadway: Anything Goes, Young Frankenstein, Wonderful Town, Nine, Into the Woods, Kiss Me, Kate, On the Town. Off-Broadway/Regional: The Sound of Music (Carnegie Hall), Sunset Boulevard (Portland Center Stage), Damn Yankees, The Sound of Music (The Muny), Kristina (Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall) Falsettos (Huntington Theatre)Happy End (A.C.T).

Sarah O'Gleby

Broadway: ChaplinHow to Succeed...Promises Promises. West End, London: CandideFootlooseA Funny thing...ForumWe Will Rock YouMamma Mia. UK Tour: Guys and DollsAnnie Get Your GunSaturday Night Fever. Associate Choreography: “Sound of Music” (NBC), “Kennedy Center Honors”, “Tony Awards” Opening (2013), “Academy Awards” with Hugh Jackman & Seth McFarlane, A Million Ways to Die in the WestHow To Succeed.

Jeff Pew

Broadway debut! National Tours: Billy Elliot (Tony u/s), Radio City Christmas Spectacular (singer). Regional: Paper Mill, Music Circus, Magic Theatre. Pianist for ABT, Mark Morris Dance Group and CAP21. B.F.A. B.Y.U. Mom and Dad, I did it! Many thanks to all who helped me get here. Avalon Artists Group.

Catherine Ricafort

Blessed to join this enchanting production! Broadway: Mamma Mia (Ali). National tour: A Chorus Line (Connie). Favorites: Honeymoon in Vegas (Mahi). Readings: Behind the PaintingHamilton Mixtape. Webseries: “Prison Dancer”. TV: “The Sing-Off”. Thanks to God, family, friends, Scott, Adam Caldwell, BBR, and the Cinderella family!

Adam Rogers

Adam Rogers is thrilled to be joining the cast of Cinderella! Broadway: Chaplin. NYC: Fiorello! (Encores!). Regional: Marriott Theatre, MUNY Theatre. International: Macua, China. Adam also danced with Kansas City Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet and Sarasota Ballet. Training: JKO school at American Ballet Theatre. Thanks to My Family, friends and CTG!

Conor Ryan

Broadway debut! Regional: West Virginia Public Theatre. Training: BFA in Musical Theatre from University of Michigan, Walnut Hill School for the Arts, Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School. Thank you to all my teachers, Katie and Miguel, CESD, my family, friends, and MT14! Everything is for Mom.

Kirstin Tucker

Kirstin is overjoyed to be making her Broadway debut in CINDERELLA! National Tours: West Side Story (Dance Captain, u/s Anybodys), A Chorus Line (Bebe, u/s Diana). Regional: Casa Mañana (42nd Street-Peggy Sawyer), The Muny, NSMT. Thanks to God, her family and friends for their love and support!

Cody Williams

Broadway: Memphis. Other Credits: Helen Hayes nomination for Oklahoma! (Will Parker) at Arena Stage, Yank!(Cohen) with Roundabout and Old Globe, Singin’ in the Rain (Cosmo), Atlanta Ballet, PCLO. CCM graduate. HUGE thanks to Doug, Josh, Lee, Mark, Andy, David, and Robyn for making this dream possible for me!

Branch Woodman

Broadway/National Tours: Crazy for You, Big, Bye Bye Birdie, Billy Elliot, Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Off and off-off Bway, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Actor’s Theatre, Louisville, Papermill, Goodspeed, Milwaukee Rep, Skylight Music Theatre, among others, and many Southern California credits. Grateful to the CINDERELLA creative team and The Mine. Favorite credit: daughter Rebecca.


Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II

After long and highly distinguished careers with other collaborators, Richard Rodgers (composer, 1902-79) and Oscar Hammerstein II (librettist/lyricist, 1895-1960) joined forces in 1943 to create the most consistently fruitful and successful partnership in the American musical theatre. OKLAHOMA!, the first Rodgers & Hammerstein musical, was also the first of a new genre, the musical play, blending Rodgers' sophisticated style of musical comedy (which he had perfected in a twenty-five year partnership with lyricist Lorenz Hart) with Hammerstein's innovations in operetta (conceived in collaboration with such composers as Sigmund Romberg, Vincent Youmans, Rudolf Friml and Jerome Kern.) OKLAHOMA! was followed by Carousel (1945), Allegro (1947), South Pacific (1949), The King and I (1951), Me and Juliet (1953), Pipe Dream (1955), Flower Drum Song (1958) and The Sound of Music (1959). The team also wrote one movie musical, State Fair (1945; adapted to the stage, 1995), and one for television, Cinderella (1957). Collectively, the Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals have earned 34 Tony Awards, 15 Academy Awards, two Pulitzer Prizes and two Grammy Awards.

Douglas Carter Beane

THIS SEASON: Two shows on Broadway - a new book for Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella and a new play The Nance starring Nathan Lane and directed by Jack O’Brien. MUSICALS: Lysistrata Jones (Tony Nom, best book), Sister Act (Tony Nom, best book) and Xanadu (Tony Nom, Best Book, Drama Desk Best Book, Outer Critics Circle Best Musical); PLAYS: The Little Dog Laughed (Tony Nom, Olivier Nom, GLAAD Media Best Play), As Bees In Honey Drown (Outer Critics Circle), Mr. & Mrs. Fitch (starring John Lithgow and Jennifer Ehle), Music From A Sparkling Planet, The Country Club, Advice From A Caterpillar, The Cartells; REVUES: White Lies, Mondo Drama; SCREENPLAYS: To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar, Advice From A Caterpillar. ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: Drama Dept 1994-2006, 2 Lortels, 2 Obies; HONORS: Lortel Playwrights Sidewalk, Ovation Visionary Playwright Award; LIFE: Partner Lewis Flinn, son Cooper, daughter Gaby.

Mark Brokaw

Broadway: The Lyons, After Miss Julie, The Constant Wife, Reckless, Cry-Baby. New York premieres include works by: Douglas Carter Beane, and David Auburn, Lynda Barry, Eric Bogosian, Charles Busch, Julia Cho, Lisa Kron, Kenneth Lonergan, Craig Lucas, Eduardo Machado, Nicky Silver, Paula Vogel and Wendy Wasserstein. Regional includes Yale Rep, Guthrie, Seattle Rep, Center Theatre Group, Hartford Stage, Huntington (the new musical Marty starring John C. Reilly), La Jolla, Steppenwolf, Berkeley Rep, South Coast Rep, Sundance Theatre Lab, Kennedy Center Sondheim Celebration, and the O’Neill Theatre Conference. He has directed at London’s Donmar Warehouse, Dublin’s Gate Theatre and the Sydney Opera House. Mark is the Artistic Director of the Yale Institute for Music Theatre. Artistic associate: Roundabout Theatre.

Josh Rhodes

Josh's credits include CompanyThe Film (starring Neil Patrick Harris) at Lincoln Center and featured on the 2011 TONY Awards, Broadway: Three Generations at the Kennedy Center, Sondheim: the Birthday Concert for Lincoln Center and PBS, On The Town for the LA Philharmonic.Annie Get Your Gun (starring Patti LuPone) at Ravinia, Working at the Old Globe, the Prospect Theater Company, and the Broadway Playhouse in Chicago. Barnum and Yentl at the Asolo Rep, Academy at the Maltz Jupiter, 1776 at the Papermill Playhouse, The Full McNally at the Westport Playhouse, Chess and Dreamgirls at the North Carolina Theatre, Clyde & Bonnie: A Folktale at the Aurora Theatre, Kiki Baby at NYMF, Beautiful Girls at the Manhattan School of Music, Stars of David at the Philadelphia Theater Company. Josh also directed Broadway Bares 20 and 21 in New York. Broadway performance credits: Fosse, Bells Are Ringing, Sweet Smell of Success, Urban Cowboy, Man of La Mancha, The Boy from Oz, Chicago.

Anna Louizos

Anna has received Tony nominations for both In the Heights and High Fidelity. Other Broadway designs include: The Performers, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (also UK, Toronto, and multiple US cities); Avenue Q (also London, Toronto, Europe, Las Vegas, and National Tour); Curtains (Drama Desk, nomination); Baby It’s You; All About Me; To Be Or Not To Be; Steel Magnolias; Golda’s Balcony (also National Tour). Some Off-Broadway productions include: Sons of the Prophet (Roundabout); It Shoulda Been You (George St. Playhouse); Olive and the Bitter Herbs, In Transit (both Primary Stages); Vanities, the Musical, Birdie Blue (both Second Stage); Crimes of the Heart, The Foreigner, Speech and Debate (all Roundabout); Based on a Totally True Story (MTC); Altar Boyz (NWS); Jonathan Larson’s tick, tick…BOOM!(Jane Street). Some regional productions include: Pirates of Penzance (Stratford Shakespeare Festival); Disney’s Aladdin (5th Avenue Theatre);Arsenic and Old Lace (with Betty Buckley and Tovah Feldshuh), Sarah Plain and Tall (both Dallas Theater Center); Minsky’s (Ahmanson); Disney Live Winnie the Pooh (World Tour). Art Direction film/TV: “Sex and the City” (HBO). Feature Film: The Secret Lives of Dentists.

William Ivey Long

WILLIAM IVEY LONG (Costume Designer) Cinderella marks Mr. Long’s 65th design for the Broadway stage and sixth Tony Award for Best Costume Design. Current Broadway: Cabaret, Bullets Over Broadway, and Chicago, now in its 18th year. Select credits include Grey Gardens, The Boy From Oz, Hairspray, The Producers, Music Man, Contact, Guys and Dolls, Crazy For You, Nine. He was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame in January 2006 and elected chairman of the American Theatre Wing in June 2012. 

Kenneth Posner

Kenneth has more than 45 Broadway play and musical theatre credits. He designs extensively off-Broadway, for resident theatres and touring productions throughout the United States as well as internationally. Selected Broadway credits: Wicked, Hairspray, Catch Me If You Can, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Legally Blonde, The Coast of Utopia - Shipwrecked, Other Desert Cities, Harvey, The Best Man, The Merchant of Venice, The Royal Family, The Homecoming, The Frogs, The Odd Couple, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Goat, Uncle Vanya, Side Man, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, The Little Foxes and The Rose Tattoo. He is the recipient of the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ Circle and OBIE Awards.

Nevin Steinberg

Recent Broadway: The Performers and Magic/Bird. At Carnegie Hall: The Sound of Music. Regional: In This House at Two River Theatre Company. Over thirty other Broadway productions as former founding principal of Acme Sound Partners and five Tony nominations for Porgy and Bess, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Fences, Hair and In The Heights.

David Chase

David has been Music Director, Supervisor and/or Arranger for over 25 Broadway productions, including Nice Work If You Can Get It; How To Succeed In Business…; Anything Goes; Billy Elliot; Evita; Elf; Promises, Promises; The Little Mermaid; Curtains; The Pajama Game; Thoroughly Modern Millie; Flower Drum Song; Kiss Me, Kate; Seussical; Side Show; …Forum; The Music Man and Damn Yankees. Also, arrangements forGuys and Dolls in the West End, the Boston Pops (including The Twelve Days of Christmas), the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Kennedy Center Honors (including Barbara Cook), and Radio City Music Hall. Upcoming Broadway projects include Diner; Tuck Everlasting; and a new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. David lives in New York City with his wife, actress Paula Leggett Chase, and their two sons, Kyler and Dashiell. Musical training: Biology degree from Harvard University.

Danny Troob

His career as a musician includes composing, orchestrating and conducting. Some early credits: Pacific Overtures, The Baker’s Wife (dance music), Big River (music supervision, Drama Desk Award Winner.) Orchestrated the animated features Beauty and the BeastAladdin, andPocahontas. Composed and conducted the score to The Little Mermaid 2 and Lady and the Tramp 2. More recently - Dr. Zhivago in Australia,Newsies on Broadway. Shrek everywhere. Very happy to have a score by Richard Rodgers to orchestrate - 
it took a lifetime but it’s worth waiting for.

Constantine Kitsopoulos
Music Director/Conductor

Broadway: Porgy & Bess, Catered Affair, Coram Boy, La Bohème, Les Miserables, Swan Lake, Dracula, Cyrano. Symphony Orchestras: NY Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, San Francisco, NJ, Houston, Dallas, Detroit, Milwaukee, many others. Festivals: OK Mozart, Festival of the Arts Boca, Conducting studies with Vincent La Selva.

Howard Joines

Broadway: Bullets over Broadway, Aladdin; A Night With Janis Joplin; Matilda; Scandalous; Chaplin; Ghost; How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying; Promises, Promises; Bye-Bye Birdie; Grease; The Times They Are A-Changin’; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels; Off-Broadway: Bare; Now.Here.This.; Last Smoker in America; Vanities; Romantic Poetry; Adrift in Macao.  In addition to hiring the finest musicians in the world, Howard continues to perform as Conductor, Percussionist, and Drummer, most recently on the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, as well as the original productions of Matilda, Ghost, Billy Elliot, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Never Gonna Dance, Flower Drum Song, Full Monty, Jesus Christ Superstar, Miss Saigon, Les Misérables, Singing in the Rain, The King and I, and Cleavage.  For Robin and Taylor. 


Matt Perri (Associate Conductor/Keyboard); Katherine Fink (Piccolo/Flute/Alto Flute); Lynne Cohen (Oboe/English Horn); Jonathan Levine (Clarinet/E-flat Clarinet/Bass Clarinet); Daniel Sullivan (Bassoon/Clarinet/Flute); Adam Krauthamer (French Horn); Aaron Korn (French Horn); Dominic Derasse (Trumpet 1/Flugelhorn/Piccolo Trumpet); Gareth Flowers (Trumpet 2/Flugelhorn); John Allred (Trombone/Bass Tormbone); Bill Hayes (Percussion); Rich Rosenzweig (Drums); Susan Jolles (Harp); Emily Bruskin Yarbrough (Violin/Concertmaster); Lisa Matricardi (Violin); Maxim Moston (Violin); Mineko Yajima (Violin); JJ Johnson (Viola); Sarah Seiver (Cello); Mark Vanderpoel (Bass); Anixter Rice Music Service/Russell Anixter and Donald Rice (Music Copying); Jeff Marder (Synthesizer Programming)

Cindy Tolan & Adam Caldwell

Broadway credits include, The Performers, Lysistrata Jones, Relatively Speaking, That Championship Season, A View from the Bridge, All my Sons, Xanadu, Avenue Q, Medea, A Year with Frog and Toad. Film credits include, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Blue Valentine, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Letters to Juliet, Sugar, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, The Darjeeling Limited, The Namesake, Sherrybaby, Kinsey, Starting Out in the Evening, The Ballad of Jack and Rose, Personal Velocity, Loggerheads, Casa de los Babys, Angela. Upcoming: Winter’s Tale, Go for Sisters, May in the Summer, The Place Beyond the Pines, The Reluctant Fundamentalist. Television credits, “Curb your Enthusiasm,” “Flight of the Conchords,” “Fringe,” “The Return of Jezebel James.”

Ira Mont

B’way: Cotton Club Parade (Encores! at NY City Center), Ghost the Musical, Relatively Speaking, the revivals of Arcadia, La Bête, A Little Night Music and The Norman Conquests, Young Frankenstein, The Producers (from the first day to the last), the 2000 revival of Jesus Christ Superstar, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, the revival of The Sound of Music (also Australia), Beauty and the Beast, Sacrilege, Love! Valour! Compassion!, Cyrano-The Musical. Tours: Catskills on Broadway, M. Butterfly, Fame-The Musical. Off-B’way: I Do! I Do!, Full Gallop (also directed in Philadelphia). Adjunct Professor at Columbia University. A Vice President of Actors’ Equity and BC/EFA.

Richards/Climan, Inc.

Richards/Climan, Inc. was founded in 1997 by David R. Richards and Tamar Haimes (formerly Tamar Climan).  Current credits: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and Anything Goes (National Tour). Past credits include Glengarry Glen Ross, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Gore Vidal’s The Best Man, Relatively Speaking, The Mountaintop, An Evening With Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Driving Miss Daisy, The Pee Wee Herman Show, La Bête, The Scottsboro Boys, Race, Harry Connick, Jr. On Broadway, Blithe Spirit, Speed-the-Plow, All My Sons, November, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Little Women, and August: Osage County. Upcoming: Bullets Over Broadway.

Robyn Goodman

Robyn produced two Tony Award-winning musicals, Avenue Q and In the Heights. Also, High Fidelity, tick, tick...BOOM!Altar Boyz and West Side Story. Plays produced include The Performers, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Metamorphoses, Red Light Winter, Steel Magnolias and 50 productions during her 13 years as Artistic Director/Founder of Second Stage Theatre. Currently she is Consultant to Roundabout Theatre Company, where she is the Artistic Producer of the Underground series of emerging writers.

Jill Furman

Currently, Jill is co-producing the revival of The Heiress on Broadway and the hip-hop comedy group Freestyle Love Supreme, which recently shot a tv pilot for Adult Swim. She is also an executive producer of the upcoming film Greetings From Tim Buckley. Jill was co-lead producer of In The Heights, which won the Tony Award for Best Musical in 2008, and other past Broadway productions include Seminar, West Side Story, The Drowsy Chaperone, Sly Fox, and Fortune’s Fool. Past Off-Broadway productions include On The Line and Adult Entertainment. In 2011 Jill received the Robert Whitehead Award for Outstanding Achievement in Commercial Theatre Producing. She is on the boards of MCC Theater and The David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, and is a member of the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures.

Stephen Kocis

Stephen Kocis is a Partner in Aged In Wood, LLC a Broadway Production Company which has been involved in such hits as Avenue Q and In the Heights (both recipients of the Tony Award® for Best Musical). Other Broadway credits include: Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, American Idiot, Barefoot in the Park (Assoc. Prod) and Steel Magnolias (Assoc. Prod.); Off-Broadway: Altar Boyz; General Manager, The Performers.

Edward Walson

With a background in CATV ownership and programming, Edward is now dedicating his time to producing independent films and theater. His Broadway credits include Relatively Speaking and Bullets over Broadway (pre-production). He has worked on the films City Island, Woody Allen’s summer project 2012, and Hemingway and Fuentes (pre-production) with Andy Garcia. He is also currently developing a prime time show for Regis Philbin. An active supporter of the EJAF, AmFAR and TJ Martell foundations.

Venetian Glass Productions

Venetian Glass Productions is: Double Gemini Productions: Carl Moellenberg (4 Tony Awards, 23 shows) and Wendy Federman (1 Tony Award, 23 shows); Sharon A. Carr (Time Stands Still, Scottsboro Boys, Stick Fly, Trip to Bountiful, Pippin); Ricardo Hornos (Broadway: Evita, The Heiress. Argentina: Steady Rain, Good People); Jamie deRoy (Tony Award: Norman Conquests, 24 shows); Richard Winkler (3 Tony Awards: Norman Conquests, La Cage aux Folles, Memphis, 10 shows); Broadway Consortium: Van Dean and Kenny Howard (1 Tony Award, 9 shows); Michael Filerman (Nice Work…, Driving Miss Daisy, Porgy and Bess, 19 shows).

The Araca Group

Founded in 1997 by partners Matthew Rego, Michael Rego, and Hank Unger, The Araca Group produces and Merchandises live entertainment and theatrical events on Broadway and around the world. For more information, please visit

Luigi & Rose Caiola

Producing entity Caiola Productions LLC; Luigi and Rose are also owners of B&L MGMT, a family owned Manhattan real estate firm. Broadway: Godspell, The Heiress, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Anarchist, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Cinderella. Rose Caiola, Artistic Director, Manhattan Movement & Arts Center and MYB. Off-Broadway: co-author and producer, Freckleface Strawberry the Musical.  Film: Executive Producer, First Position. Luigi Caiola is also producing Jekyll and Hyde this season.  Luigi and Rose thank Bettina and the late Benny Caiola for making everything possible. 

Roy Furman

Currently represented on Broadway by The Book of Mormon (Tony Award), After Midnight.  Upcoming this season:  Bullets Over Broadway, Rocky, A Raisin in the Sun, Mothers and Sons.  Other productions include War Horse (Tony), The Heiress, Evita, West Side Story, Seminar, Gypsy, Spamalot (Tony), The Color Purple, History Boys (Tony) and Fosse (Tony).  Co-founded investment firm Furman Selz, now Vice Chairman Jefferies & Company and chairman of Jefferies Capital Partners, its private equity arm.   Vice Chairman, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Chairman Emeritus, the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

Walt Grossman

Credits include Avenue Q, Barefoot in the Park, In the Heights, West Side Story, American Idiot, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, & Altar Boyz (Off Broadway). Walt is an active private investor.

Glass Slipper Productions

A partnership between Jim Fantaci and Susan Carusi, Broadway production veterans and good friends for over 25 years. Jim's prior productions include Spamalot, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Drowsy Chaperone, Color Purple, Martin Short, Come Fly Away, West Side Story, and Book of Mormon.  Susan's credits include Color Purple, The Miracle Worker, Addams Family, Book of Mormon, and Nice Work if You Can Get It.  We extend our love and thanks to our supportive spouses, Anna and Bruce, and our children, Michele, James, and Matthew Fantaci, and Alison, Jamie, Sean and Kelly Carusi.

Ted Liebowitz

Broadway Productions include: The Book of Mormon, Evita, The Addams Family, The Mountaintop, Annie and Cat On a Hot Tin Roof. Films include: The Oscar nominated The Illusionist and Gray Matters. Serial Internet Entrepreneur and Founder of The Liebowitz Entrepreneur Program at Brooklyn College.

Peter W. May

Peter W. May  is President and Founding Partner of Trian Partners, an investment management company. Broadway credits include Grace (Producer), Fortunes's Fool (Producer, Tony nomination), Sweet Smell of Success (Assoc Producer). He is a lover of Broadway and an avid investor. Productions include Book of Mormon, Kiss Me Kate, West Side Story, A Little Night Music, Annie, Evita, Nice Work if you Can Get It, and others.

Sanford Robertson

A San Franciscan debuting as a producer in 2011-2012 with three productions (Evita, Nice Work if You Can Get It, and The Heiress). His past interest has been in sponsoring musical theater at two universities, Michigan and Northwestern.

James Spry

Broadway: Seminar, Next Fall (Tony Nomination). Off-Broadway: Desperate Writers. Film: Sumi (Executive Producer). Other: President of Loralee Foundation. Proud Member of the Broadway League.

Center Theatre Group

CTG (Michael Ritchie, Artistic Director; Edward L. Rada, Managing Director; Douglas C. Baker, Producing Director) is the flagship theatre company of Los Angeles, producing at the Ahmanson Theatre and Mark Taper Forum at the L.A. Music Center, and at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City.  In recent years, CTG has sent a number of musicals to Broadway including The Drowsy Chaperone, Curtains, and Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, and the play Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo.

Blanket Fort Productions

Blanket Fort Productions, founded in 1983, is beginning its fourth decade of off-the-wall entertainment. Past productions include Legally Blonde on Broadway as well as regional productions of My Fair Lady, The Phantom Tollbooth and The Pushcart Wars. While working to bring elephant polo, Dairy Queen and cinema to the shores of Megunticook, we’re thrilled to be involved with this production.

Charles Salameno

Charles studied business management at Boston University and is currently working at a Venture Capital firm, Penny Black LLC. He is able to pursue his arts and entertainment passion including Stick Fly with Alicia Keys, which recently has been picked up by HBO. Charles is also executive producer on Pippin and Who You See Here, being released later this year. Charles has also finished his first two short films and is continuing on this path by opening a production company in LA and NY.

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