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Alex Brightman


Alex Brightman is a writer and Tony-nominated actor who has been seen on Broadway in School of Rock, Matilda, Big Fish, Wicked, Glory Days; on TV in “Documentary Now!,” “SMILF,” “Important Things w/ Demetri Martin;” and in one horror film where he was brutally murdered on a toilet. His musical writing credits include It’s Kind of a Funny Story (Universal Theatrical), The Whipping Boy, and Make Me Bad, all with his writing partner Drew Gasparini. His newest plays, We Left It Here and Everything Is Fine will both be presented in New York City in 2019. This one’s for Carole Shelley. @ABrightmonster


Sophia Anne Caruso


Sophia Anne Caruso began her professional career as Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker (directed by Patty Duke.) Broadway: Blackbird West End: David Bowie’s Lazarus (What’s On Stage nomination, leading actress.) Off Broadway: The Nether (MCC Theater, Lucille Lortel nomination leading actress); Lazarus (NY Theater Workshop, Lucille Lortel, leading actress and Outer Critics Circle nominations, featured actress); Runaways (NY City Center.) Regional: Secondhand Lions, 5th Avenue Theater, Seattle; Little Dancer, Kennedy Center, Washington D.C. Television: “Smash!,” “The Sound of Music Live.” Film: Jack of the Red Hearts; 37.  Web series: “Strangers” FB TV. @sophiaannecaruso


Kerry Butler


Broadway: OCC nomination for playing 3 roles in Mean Girls, Xanadu (Tony, DL Best Actress nominations), Hairspray (Clarence Derwent Award, DD, OCC nominations), Beauty and the Beast (Dora nomination) Disaster!, Catch Me If You Can (DD nomination), Rock of Ages, Little Shop of Horrors (OCC nomination), Les Miserable, Blood Brothers,  The Best Man. Off Broadway: Batboy, The Call, Clinton the musical. Television: “30 Rock,” “The Mindy Project,” “Rescue Me,” “Law and Order,” “The Mysteries of Laura,” “White Collar,” “Blue Bloods,” “Gilmore Girls,” the film The Miseducation of Cameron Post. Her album Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust is available on iTunes.

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Rob McClure


Rob McClure received Tony, Drama League, Astaire, and Outer Critics Circle nominations and won Theatre World and Clive Barnes awards for his performance in Chaplin: The Musical. Other Broadway: Something Rotten, Noises Off, Honeymoon In Vegas, I’m Not Rappaport, and Avenue Q, as well as Where’s Charley? and Irma La Douce at Encores!. Regional; The MUNY, Paper Mill, Old Globe, Arden, Cleveland Playhouse, A.R.T, Walnut Street, Delaware Theatre, Flat Rock, McCarter, and La Jolla Playhouse. For the film Recursion, Rob won Best Actor at both The Queens World and Williamsburg Independant film festivals. TV: “Person of Interest,” “Elementary,” and “The Good Fight.”

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Adam Dannheisser


Broadway: Oslo (Obie Award recipient) Fiddler on the Roof, Rock of Ages, Cymbeline, The Coast of Utopia, Twelfth Night, Proof, The Tempest and Contact (Ovation Award nom.; 1st national). Off-Broadway: Henry V, Henry VIII, The Tempest, Macbeth (Public Theater); The Arabian Nights (BAM); Blues Are Running (MTC). Regional: Arena Stage, Yale Rep., Steppenwolf, Portland Stage, A.R.T., Lookingglass Theatre Co. Film: nine minutes., Down to Earth, 5 Doctors, Price Above Rubies. TV: “Elementary” “Law & Order: SVU,” “The Good Wife,” “Damages,” “Law & Order,” “Brotherhood,” “Third Watch,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Sex and the City,” “Mad About You.” BFA, Boston Conservatory, MFA, NYU.  For Jen, Cal and Flynn.

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Leslie Kritzer


Leslie Kritzer is a proud Jew-rican born in NYC. Broadway: Something Rotten, Elf, Sondheim on Sondheim, Legally Blonde (Clarence Derwent Award), A Catered Affair (Drama Desk nomination) and Hairspray. Off-Broadway: The Robber Bridegroom (Lucille Lortel Award, Drama League and Astaire award nominations), Gigantic (Lucille Lortel Nomination), Rooms: A Rock Romance, (Outer Critics Circle nomination), The Memory Show, Nobody Loves You, The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Drama Desk nomination) and others. TV: “Difficult People,” “Kevin Can Wait,” “Younger,” “VINYL,” “Law and Order SVU”. Solo shows: Burn It To The Ground and Beautiful Disaster. www.thelesliekritzer.com @lesliekritzer

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Jill Abramovitz

Maxine Dean/Juno/Ensemble

Broadway: Fiddler, Cinderella, 9 to 5, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me; Other: The National (Beetlejuice), Avery Fisher (Sweeney), Goodspeed, Papermill, Barrington, Kennedy Center, Westchester Bway (Fanny – Funny Girl); recent-ish TV: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “The Last O.G.,” “Kimmy Schmidt,” “Hostages,” “Madam Secretary,” “The Good Wife.” Award-winning lyricist/bookwriter. Jillaonline.com. Huge love to my Mom!


Kelvin Moon Loh


Broadway: SpongeBob SquarePants (dir. Tina Landau), The King and I (Lincoln Center, dir. Bartlett Sher), Side Show (dir. Bill Condon). Select Theater: Here Lies Love (Public Theater, dir. Alex Timbers), Pacific Overtures (Classic Stage Co., dir. John Doyle), American Idiot (1st National, dir. Michael Mayer). NYU Steinhardt. Follow @kelvinmoonloh

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Danny Rutigliano

Maxie Dean/Ensemble

Broadway: Holiday Inn, original B’way/L.A. cast of The Lion King, Billy Elliot, Born Yesterday, …Whorehouse Goes Public. Tours: How to Succeed…, Elf, Cirque du Soleil’s Banana Schpeel. Five Encores! including title role in Fiorello! Numerous Off-B’way, regional theatre, commercials, voiceovers, TV/Film. Favorite role: Husband to Jacqueline Monroe. This one’s for Mom. dannyrutigliano.com


Dana Steingold

Girl Scout/Ensemble

Broadway/National Tours: 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Off-Broadway/New York: Avenue Q, The Visit, Saturday Night, Anyone Can Whistle (Encores!). Regional includes Papermill Playhouse, North Shore Music Theatre, George Street, Westport Country Playhouse, Barrington Stage, Baltimore Center Stage, KC Rep, North Carolina Theatre, Two River, Weston Playhouse. TV: Saraline on Nickelodeon’s “Welcome to the Wayne.”

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Tessa Alves


Broadway: Rock of Ages and Escape to Margarittaville. Stratford Shakespeare Festival favorites: West Side Story, and Trojan Women. Other favorites: “Miss Purple” (lead singer) in circus tour of Spiegelworld’s “Empire,” scuba diving, talenti ice cream, and “wet Lorraine”. I truly love and thank you all.

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Gilbert L. Bailey II


Broadway: A Bronx Tale, The Book of Mormon. Much love and continued thanks to HCKR and to the Beetlejuice team for having me along. MTX forever, and as always, love to my family, friends, and beautiful wife, Jessie! Instagram: @ii.the2nd


Will Blum

U/S Beetlejuice, Adam, Otho

Broadway: Torch Song, School of Rock, The Book of Mormon, Grease. National Tour: R+H’s Cinderella, HAIR, Elf, Grease, Seussical. Regional: Harmony, Little Shop of Horrors, The 25th Annual… Spelling Bee, Jesus Christ Superstar, Floyd Collins. BFA, The Boston Conservatory. Instagram: @willblum


Johnny Brantley III


Johnny is from Dallas, Texas and a Texas State University (‘16) graduate. “I’m excited to be making my Broadway Debut with an incredible cast and creative team. Grateful to my family for their support and CTG for this opportunity.”


Ryan Breslin


Broadway: Newsies OBC (Racetrack) Charlie and The Chocolate Factory OBC, The Book of Mormon. TV/Film: “Person of Interest” (CBS); Hail, Caesar! Thanks to Telsey, HCKR, Creatives, Producers, PHS, CCM, Hill, and all The Breslins!


Natalie Charle Ellis

U/S Barbara, Delia, Maxine Dean, Juno/ Swing

Broadway stuff: School of Rock and Les Miserables (2014). Other stuff: 9-5 the Musical (National Tour); Forbidden Broadway Alive and Kicking (Off-Broadway) and Master of None (Netflix). For more stuff: www.NatalieCharleEllis.com. For fun stuff: Instagram @NatsyCharle


Brooke Engen

Swing/Dance Captain

Broadway/Tours/Vegas: Gypsy, Hairspray, Legally Blonde, Rock Of Ages, and Surf the Musical. TV/Film: “Hairspray Live,” Hairspray Movie as Doreen, “Raising Hope,” “Smash,” “Hart of Dixie,” “Code Black,” and Marvel’s “Runaways.” Love to Telsey Casting, Connor, Alex, and team Beetlejuice! @Brookethat & www.brookeengen.com


Abe Goldfarb


Abe Goldfarb is thrilled to make his Broadway debut in Beetlejuice. He is a graduate of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, a voice actor, a director and a worldwide burlesque emcee (seriously). Deepest, dearest love to Mom and Rosebud.

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Eric Anthony Johnson


GAHHH! STOKED AF TO BE HERE! National Tours: R+H’s Cinderella, Elf, Evita, West Side Story, Miss Saigon. Obscene thanks to Connor, Alex, Nancy, Kris, and MSA. Love to Chip, my parents, Bleecker, and my teachers! BFA Boston Conservatory @ericanthonyjohnson


Elliott Mattox


Broadway: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; Regional: Asolo Rep; MUNY; Cape Playhouse; Lyric Theatre Oklahoma; Music Theatre Wichita. B.M., Oklahoma City University. The MINE, the team, my family, my friends, Michael – thank you. This is for my Dad. @elliottmattox – @equityonepodcast


Mateo Melendez


Credits include: iLuminate (Artist of Light Tours), The Fulton Theatre (Newsies, Guys and Dolls), Maine State Music Theatre (Newsies), Broadway at Music Circus in Sacramento (Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Newsies). Much love to my amazing parents, family, and friends.

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Sean Montgomery

U/S Adam, Charles/ Swing

Broadway: Groundhog Day (OBC/Recording, Phil Connors, Ned Ryerson u/s), Matilda (Trunchbull, Wormwood u/s). Recently: Jagged Little Pill (ART), Crazy for You directed by Susan Stroman. National tours: Mary Poppins (Bert u/s), 9 to 5 (Joe), White Christmas (Bob Wallace) ‘15,’16,’17,’18. CCM. @seandmontgomery

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Ramone Owens


Broadway/Tour: Motown the Musical; Off-Broadway: Irish Rep; Regional: PaperMill Playhouse, Sacramento Music Circus, Tuacahn Center for Arts! Many thanks to God, this awesome creative team, the About Artist Agency, and Rachel Hoffman/Telsey Co! BFA, The Boston Conservatory.


Presley Ryan

U/S Lydia/Ensemble

Broadway: Fun Home. Tour: How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (MSG). Regional: Beetlejuice (National), Beaches (Signature/Drury Lane), Annie (Engeman). TV: “OITNB,” “Difficult People.”   Thanks to my family, CESD, Green Room, Ellyn Marsh, Adrienne McKeown, Rachel Hoffman, entire Beetlejuice team.  @prezryan


Kim Sava

U/S Delia, Barbara, Juno and Maxine Dean/ Ensemble

Kim Sava is making her Broadway debut with this stellar cast! Tours: Matilda (Acrobat, u/s Wormwood, Honey). Regional: Annie (Lily St. Regis), Paper Mill; Harmony, The Ahmanson, The Alliance; Singing in the Rain (Lina Lamont), MSMT, NSMT, Goodspeed, Pioneer, Fulton, Tuacahn. Love to Michael and Pam.

Eddie Perfect

Music & Lyrics

Eddie Perfect is an Australian composer, lyricist, playwright, musician and performer. His works for the stage include Shane Warne The Musical (Token Events) for which he won a Helpmann, Greenroom and Victorian Premier’s Literary Award, Vivid White and The Beast (Melbourne Theatre Company), Strictly Ballroom (Global Creatures), Songs From The Middle (with the Brodsky Quartet) and King Kong Alive On Broadway (Global Creatures). Eddie’s acting credits include Offspring (Ten), South Pacific (Opera Australia/Lincoln Centre Theatre), Keating! (Belvoir) and as a regular presenter on Playschool. Eddie dedicates Beetlejuice to his wife Lucy Cochran and his daughters Kitty and Charlotte.

Scott Brown
Anthony King


Scott Brown has written with Anthony King since high school. Their two-man musical comedy Gutenberg! The Musical! scored Drama Desk, Lortel and Outer Critics Circle nominations. Scott also writes TV (HBO’s “Sharp Objects,” Hulu’s “Castle Rock,” Amazon’s “Utopia”) and novels (xL, Knopf). He won the George Jean Nathan Award for his theater criticism at New York, and spent many happy years at Entertainment Weekly. Infinite love to Robbie, Roger, Holland and Robert, who made everything possible, and to Katie, Zoe and Harry, who make everything worth it. He dedicates his work on Beetlejuice to the memory of Pat McDonagh.

Anthony King is an Emmy-nominated writer, producer & performer thrilled to make his Broadway debut. Off-Broadway: GUTENBERG! THE MUSICAL!, with Scott Brown (Lortel, OCC & Drama Desk Nominations). TV: “Silicon Valley” (HBO), “Broad City” (Comedy Central), “Search Party” (TBS), “Playing House” (USA), “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp” & “Ten Years Later” (Netflix), “Wrecked” (TBS) and more. He spent many years as the Artistic Director of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in NYC and still performs at the UCB Theatres in NY & LA. All the love in the world to his wife Kate and their daughters Eleanor & Lydia.

Kris Kukul

Musical Supervision, Orchestrations, & Incidental Music

David Byrne’s Joan of Arc (Public Theatre), Runaways (Delacorte), In The Green (Lincoln Center Theatre), Jeff Buckley’s The Last Goodbye (Old Globe), The Heart of Robin Hood, (Royal Alexandria Toronto), Songbird (59E59), Kiss Me Kate (Hartford Stage/Old Globe), American Songbook: Elizabeth Swados, (Lincoln Center). Williamstown Theatre Festival Music Director 2005-2014. International Work: Greek National Theatre, Epidaurus Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, LaMama Cantata (Tokyo, Spoleto, Istanbul, Zagreb, Skopje, Belgrade). Composer: Camp Monster, Wing It! (WTF), Oliver Twist (STNJ) Midsummer Night Dream (NTG). Adjunct faculty NYU.

Connor Gallagher


Connor Gallagher last collaborated with Timbers on The Robber Bridegroom (Roundabout Theatre Company, Astaire Award, Calloway nominee.) Connor most recently directed a reimagined Beauty and the Beast for Disney Creative Entertainment (Brass Ring Award.) Recent work includes Found (Philadelphia Theatre Company); Elf (Kennedy Center); The Twelve (Denver Center); Tangled (world-premiere); and productions at The Public Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, American Conservatory Theatre, Two River Theatre, Westport Country Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Theatreworks, and Northern Stage. Spent a year on Broadway as a dancing rug. www.connorgallagher.com.

Alex Timbers


Alex Timbers most recently directed John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City and Moulin Rouge. Alex’s work on Beetlejuice is dedicated to the memory of Carole Shelley (1938-2018). @alextimbers

David Korins

Scenic Design

Broadway: Hamilton (Tony nom), War Paint (Tony nom), Dear Evan Hansen, Bandstand, Misery, Motown, Vanya and Sonia…, Bring It On, The Pee-wee Herman Show, Lombardi, and Passing Strange. TV: “91st Annual Academy Awards,” “Grease: Live!” (Emmy award). Concert: Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Kanye West, Mariah Carey, Andrea Boccelli. Extensive Off-Broadway/regional theatre, hospitality, and experience design. Dad: Stella and Vivian. @davidkorins

William Ivey Long

Costume Design

William Ivey Long has over 70 Broadway design credits in addition to his work in television, film, opera and ballet.  Mr. Long has won 6 Tony Awards, with 15 nominations. He was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame in January 2006 and recently completed a 4-year elected term as Chairman of the American Theatre Wing. www.williamiveylong.com

Kenneth Posner

Lighting Design

Kenneth Posner designs extensively off-Broadway, for resident theatres and touring productions throughout the United States as well as internationally. Selected: Pretty Woman, Mean Girls, War Paint, Tuck Everlasting, On Your Feet, If/Then, Kinky Boots, Pippin, Cinderella, Hairspray, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Legally Blonde, The Coast of Utopia-Shipwrecked, and Wicked. He is the recipient of the Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics’ Circle and OBIE Awards.

Peter Hylenski

Sound Design

Grammy, Olivier, five-time Tony nominated. Selected Designs include: Frozen, King Kong, Moulin Rouge, Anastasia, Once On This Island, Something Rotten!, Rock of Ages, After Midnight, Motown, The Scottsboro Boys, Side Show, Rocky, Bullets Over Broadway, Shrek the Musical, On A Clear Day, Lend Me A Tenor, Elf, Wonderland, Cry Baby, The Times They Are A-Changin’, The Wedding Singer, Sweet Charity.

Peter Nigrini

Projection Design

Broadway (selected): Ain’t Too Proud, The SpongeBob Musical, Dear Evan Hansen, A Doll’s House Part 2, Amélie, An Act of God, The Heidi Chronicles, and Fela! Elsewhere: Man in the Ring (Huntington Theatre), Grounded and Here Lies Love (The Public Theater), Real Enemies (BAM), Grace Jones Hurricane Tour, Lucia di Lammermoor (Santa Fe Opera), Blind Date (Bill T. Jones).

Michael Curry

Puppet Design

Michael Curry is the founder of Michael Curry Design, a world leader in character and concept design. Michael’s designs for Cirque du Soleil, Metropolitan Opera, Disney Theatrical and Olympic Openings Ceremonies have gathered multiple awards. MC works with his long-term team in Portland, Oregon continuing innovations in visual effects and puppetry.

Jeremy Chernick

Special Effects Design

Broadway: King Lear, Oklahoma, Frozen, Aladdin, You Can’t Take It With You, & Rocky. West End: Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, Let the Right One In. Other Work: Jeremy was honored for his contribution to the 2018 Emmy-winning design of “Jesus Christ Superstar Live. His creations have been featured at the Museum of Art & Design & he is head designer for J&M Special Effects.

Michael Weber


Michael Weber’s magic has appeared in Broadway productions including Angels in America, A Year of Magical Thinking, Faustus, In and of Itself, On The Stem, Ricky Jay and His 52 Assistants, Rogue’s Gallery, and Top Dog Underdog. Film work includes Forest Gump, Leap of Faith, Ocean’s 13, Serpent and the Rainbow, Sneakers, The Illusionist, The Parent Trap, The Prestige, and Wolf.

Charles Lapointe

Hair & Wig Design

Over 100 Broadway; Touring and International productions including: Hamilton, The Band’s Visit, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, The Cher Show, Beetlejuice, The Lifespan of a Fact, SpongeBob SquarePants (Drama Desk Award), Jersey Boys, On Your Feet, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Newsies, In the Heights. Television: “The Wiz Live!” (Emmy Award Nomination), “Jesus Christ Superstar Live!” (Emmy Award Nomination).

Joe Dulude II

Make-Up Design

West End: Wicked, Beautiful. Broadway: Torch Song, Spongebob the Musical, Summer: The Musical, Sunday in the Park with George, Anastasia, Allegiance, If/Then, Follies, etc.  Off Broadway: Sweet Charity, Into the Woods, Wild Party, Show Boat. Television: Jesus Christ Superstar Live (Emmy Nomination) Film:  The Discovery, Manhattan by the Sea, Ghostbusters.  Adjunct Faculty: Muhlenberg College, Hartt School, Pace.  joe2design.com

Lorenzo Pisoni

Physical Movement Coordinator

Broadway: Beetlejuice, Gary, Frozen, Noises Off. Off Broadway: MacBeth, All the Fine Boys, Humor Abuse, Harlequin Studies. As an actor, Lorenzo’s work on and off Broadway has been recognized with Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, Obie, Outer Critics Circle awards. @lorenzopisoni

Telsey & Co
Rachel Hoffman, CSA


Broadway: Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus, Oklahoma!, Be More Chill, Network, The Cher Show, The Prom, Pretty Woman, My Fair Lady, Mean Girls, Frozen, Anastasia, Come From Away, Waitress, Hamilton, Kinky Boots, Wicked. Film: Mary Poppins Returns, Ben Is Back, The Greatest Showman. TV: “Rent,” “Murphy Brown,” “This Is Us,” “House of Cards,” “One Day at a Time.” www.telseyandco.com

Eddie Perfect
Kris Kukul

Additional Arrangements

Eddie Perfect is an Australian composer, lyricist, playwright, musician and performer. His works for the stage include Shane Warne The Musical (Token Events) for which he won a Helpmann, Greenroom and Victorian Premier’s Literary Award, Vivid White and The Beast (Melbourne Theatre Company), Strictly Ballroom (Global Creatures), Songs From The Middle (with the Brodsky Quartet) and King Kong Alive On Broadway (Global Creatures). Eddie’s acting credits include Offspring (Ten), South Pacific (Opera Australia/Lincoln Centre Theatre), Keating! (Belvoir) and as a regular presenter on Playschool. Eddie dedicates Beetlejuice to his wife Lucy Cochran and his daughters Kitty and Charlotte.

Kris Kukul: David Byrne’s Joan of Arc (Public Theatre), Runaways (Delacorte), In The Green (Lincoln Center Theatre), Jeff Buckley’s The Last Goodbye (Old Globe), The Heart of Robin Hood, (Royal Alexandria Toronto), Songbird (59E59), Kiss Me Kate (Hartford Stage/Old Globe), American Songbook: Elizabeth Swados, (Lincoln Center). Williamstown Theatre Festival Music Director 2005-2014. International Work: Greek National Theatre, Epidaurus Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, LaMama Cantata (Tokyo, Spoleto, Istanbul, Zagreb, Skopje, Belgrade). Composer: Camp Monster, Wing It! (WTF), Oliver Twist (STNJ) Midsummer Night Dream (NTG). Adjunct faculty NYU.

Matt Stine

Music Producer

Matt Stine is a Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel and Outer Critics Circle nominated Sound Designer and Music Producer. BROADWAY: Moulin Rouge!; Misery. OFF-BROADWAY: Sweeney Todd (Barrow Street), Here Lies Love (Public Theater), Resistible Rise of Arturo UI (CSC); Love’s Labour’s Lost (Public Theater). www.27sound.com

Howard Joines

Music Coordination

In addition to hiring the finest musicians in the world, Howard continues to perform as Drummer, Percussionist, and Conductor; in the recording studio, live, and on Broadway.  His Music Coordinator credits include the Broadway productions of Beetlejuice, The Prom; Mean Girls; Groundhog Day; Bandstand; Paramour; Allegiance; Aladdin; Matilda; Side Show; Bullets over Broadway; A Night With Janis Joplin; Cinderella; Scandalous; Chaplin; Ghost; How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying; Promises, Promises; Bye-Bye Birdie; Grease; The Times They Are A-Changin’; and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.  He was the original Drummer/Percussionist for the Broadway productions of Groundhog Day; Matilda; Ghost; Billy Elliot; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels; Never Gonna Dance; Flower Drum Song; Full Monty; Jesus Christ Superstar; Miss Saigon; Les Misérable; The King and I; and Cleavage.  His conducting credits include seven Broadway shows, and 14 years as an Associate Conductor for the annual Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall, where he now serves as Contractor for both the Christmas and Summer Spectaculars. For Robin and Taylor.

David Dabbon

Dance Arrangements

Broadway: Disaster! (Dance Arranger), Sondheim on Sondheim (Additional Orchestrations).  Composer: Game On (PittsburghCLO), The Mysteries (Flea). Dance Arranger: Beauty and the Beast (DCL), The Nutty Professor.  Orchestrator: Audra McDonald’s Sing Happy, Go Back Home.  Hartt School and Carnegie Mellon.  www.daviddabbon.com.

Matt Dicarlo

Production Stage Manager

Broadway: The Play That Goes Wrong, The Color Purple, Honeymoon in Vegas, Rock of Ages. Regional: Paper Mill, La Jolla, A.C.T.  Matt directed the current national tour and off-Broadway productions of The Play That Goes Wrong and is on the faculty at Columbia & SUNY Purchase.

Catie Davis

Associate Director

Broadway debut! Catie directs and develops new contemporary musical theater. Associate/assistant: Joan of Arc: Into the Fire (The Public), The Robber Bridegroom (Roundabout Theatre Company), Measure for Measure (HVSF). www.catie-davis.com

Nancy Renee Braun

Associate Choreographer

Favorites: The Robber Bridegroom (Roundabout), Beauty and the Beast, Tangled (Disney), Elf (Broadway National Tour). Film/TV: “Maniac,” “Blue Bloods,” “Succession.” Performer: Broadway Gypsy. Northwestern University. Mommy to Max & Shaina! www.nancyreneebraun.com

Aurora Productions

Production Management

Selected Credits: All My Sons; Anastasia; Book of Mormon; Burn This; Frozen; Gary; Hello Dolly; Hillary and Clinton; King Lear; Mean Girls; Network; The Ferryman; To Kill A Mockingbird; Tootsie. Aurora has been providing technical supervision and production management to the entertainment industry since 1989.

Jenny Gersten

Line Producer

Jenny Gertsen loves to produce. Current projects include the forthcoming Perelman Center for the Performing Arts at the World Trade Center, six new shows for Virgin Voyages, pie shop Sweeney Todd, The Outsiders (with American Zoetrope), The Campfire Project, The Mercury Store.

Bespoke Theatricals

General Management

Partners Amy Jacobs & Devin Keudell manage Broadway musicals, plays & tours. Current/recent productions: Tootsie, The Ferryman, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Network, The Play That Goes Wrong (Broadway/Tour), School of Rock, Angels in America & CATS. General Managers include David Roth and Danielle Saks.

Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures


WB Bros. Theatre Ventures develops and produces first-class musicals and stage productions from the company’s expansive catalogue. WBThV was previously represented on the West End, Broadway and currently on the First National Tour and Australian production by Olivier Award-winning musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the Broadway stage adaptation of Stephen King’s Misery, starring Bruce Willis and Laurie Metcalf, and by the Tony Award Best Play winner, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Other Broadway credits include the Tony Award-winning musical The Bridges of Madison County and the holiday hit Elf. The division is developing productions of Dave (Arena Stage), 17 Again (NAMT), Dog Day Afternoon, and A Star is Born. WBThV also licenses third-party stage rights, including such productions as The Bodyguard, Singin’ in the Rain, Hairspray, The Wizard of Oz, The Color Purple and 42nd Street.

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