Eydie Alyson

Eydie AlysonMs. Alyson starred Off-Broadway in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, as Audrey, during it’s award winning run at the Orpheum Theater, and had the great honor to have worked with its original director, Howard Ashman. She also played Audrey in the highly acclaimed 1st National Touring Company and later, in many smaller theaters around the country. Ms. Alyson was a featured ensemble member of LES MISERABLES in Los Angeles, and with the 1st National Touring Company. She made her Broadway debut in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF as Chava, at Lincoln Center directed by Jerome Robbins. Some of her favorite roles include ONCE IN A LIFETIME (Miss Leighton – nominated Best Featured Actress in a Play – LADCC 2001) NUNSENSE (Sister Mary Amnesia) FORBIDDEN BROADWAY, ISN’T IT ROMANTIC (Janie), THE FIRST LADY SUITE (Mamie) as well as helping to develop new roles in many workshops and readings in the LA area like BINGO (Patsy) and INSIDE OUT (Sage). Ms. Alyson can be heard singing on LOST IN BOSTON IV, THE STEPHEN SONDHEIM ALBUM (Fynsworth Alley) and A CHRISTMAS CAROL (DIC Animation Entertainment).

MTG Productions:

A New Brain (Rhonda)
One Touch of Venus (Ensemble)
Seesaw (Gittel Mosca)
The Fix (Leslie Pynchon)
The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Deirdre Peregrine / Rosa Bud)
Blood Brothers (Woman 2)
Street Scene (Shirley Kaplan)
Li’l Abner (Mammy Yokum)
A Man of No Importance (Mrs. Curtin)
Do Re Mi (Kay Cram)
My Favorite Year (Alice Miller)
I Can Get It For You Wholesale (Ruthie Rivkin)
Saturday Night (Celeste)
A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (Katie Rommely)
Plain And Fancy (Rebecca)
Yes, Yes Nanette (Ensemble)
Take Me Along (Ensemble)

Stuart Ambrose

Stuart AmbroseNational Tours: CAMELOT (Sir Lionel and Lancelot U/S), starring Michael York.

LA Theatre: 7 BRIDES FOR 7 BROTHERS (Adam – Cabrillo Music Theatre), THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (Kodak Theatre), 110 IN THE SHADE (Pasadena Playhouse), FLOYD COLLINS (West Coast Ensemble).

Concert appearances with: the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphony, Atlanta Pops and the Salt River Brass.

Television: numerous appearances on AS THE WORLD TURNS and GUIDING LIGHT. Stuart has a solo CD entitled “Making It Through”, which was released in 2006 and is available at all MTG shows. www.stuartambrose.com.

MTG Productions:

Das Barbecu (Siegfried, Norn, Milam Lamar, Alberich, Giant)
As Thousands Cheer (Revue)

Eileen Barnett

Eileen BarnettOn Broadway, Eileen played Luisa Contini in Tommy Tune’s Tony Award winning musical, NINE. She also starred as Vi Moore in the national tour of FOOTLOOSE. She was recently seen as Florence Foster Jenkins in ICT’s production of GLORIOUS! She played the mother in the Ovation Award winning Havok Theatre Company’s production of KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN. Some of her favorite regional theatre roles include Aldonza in MAN OF LA MANCHA, Lucille in NO, NO, NANETTE, Julie in SHOW BOAT, and Nancy in OLIVER! Eileen performed the role of Fosca in MTG’s West Coast premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s PASSION, for which she won a Robby Award. She appeared in RADIO GALS at the Pasadena Playhouse and won a Drama- Logue Award for her role in that production as well as for her role in THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS. Other California appearances include Billy Barnes’ MOVIE STAR, QUEEN OF THE STARDUST BALLROOM with Tyne Daly, and Judith Viorst’s LOVE AND SHRIMP, which also played at The Ballroom in New York with Bonnie Franklin and Mariette Hartley. She starred in Amanda McBroom’s HEARTBEATS, enjoyed a long run in Neil Simon’s RUMORS, opposite Bernie Kopel and was in the West Coast premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s PUTTING IT TOGETHER and THE YOUNG MAN FROM ATLANTA.

Some of Eileen’s television credits include two episodes of “Mad Men,” “Harry’s Law,” “Workaholics,” Southland,” two episodes of “ER,” “Brothers and Sisters,” “Strong Medicine,” “The Gilmore Girls,” “Caroline in the City,” “Murder She Wrote,” “Matlock,” “Designing Women,” “Who’s The Boss,” and “Knots Landing,” where she played opposite Michael York. Soap fans may remember her as the evil Stephanie Woodruff on “Days of Our Lives.”

Eileen has recorded her cabaret act on her CD, “Eilee Barnett, Live at The Cinegrill.” Her recording for children, “Broadway With A Beat,” won a NAPPA Award (National Parenting Publications Award).

She has performed in many Musical Theatre Guild shows, which are listed below, and she has also produced MTG productions, including SEESAW, MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN, SATURDAY

She lives in Los Angeles with her five dogs, one cat and wonderful husband, actor Bruce French.


MTG Productions

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Lucia)
Road Show (Mama Mizner)
The Golden Apple
Triumph of Love (Hesione)
A New Brain (Mimi)
Little Women (Marme)
Out of this World (Isadora St. John)
As Thousands Cheer (Revue)
Street Scene (Anna Maurant)
A Man of No Importance (Mrs. Patrick)
A Fantastick Evening (Company)
Sail Away (Elinor Spencer Bollard)
My Favorite Year (Belle May Steinberg Carroca)
Lady in the Dark (Liza Elliott)
Jubilee (Karen O’Kane)
Grand Hotel (Raffaella)
Allegro (Marjorie Taylor)
How Now Dow Jones (Mrs. Kleinv)
Extraordinary! A Tribute To Stephen Schwartz
Plain And Fancy (Ruth Winters)
Rags (Rebecca Hershkowitz)
Passion (Encore Presentation) (Fosca)
Passion (Fosca)
Bells Are Ringing (Ensemble)

Roger Befeler

Roger BefelerRoger starred as the Beast in the Natonal Tour of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and was featured in the National Tours of LES MISERABLES and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. Los Angeles area producions include SWEENEY TODD, SWING!, FOREVER PLAID, THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL plus concerts at The Hollywood Bowl and The Walt Disney Concert Hall. MTG: SEESAW, ASPECTS OF LOVE, A MAN OF NO IMPORTANCE, FLOYD COLLINS, ROBERTA and SUPERMAN. Roger is married to actress Kim Huber and they have a daughter, Paige.

MTG Productions:

Seesaw (Jerry Ryan)
Aspects of Love (Alex)
A Connecticut Yankee (Galahad)
It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…It’s Superman (Banghart/Ensemble)
Roberta (John Kent)
Floyd Collins (Floyd Collins)
Extraordinary! A Tribute To Stephen Schwartz
Where’s Charley (Jack Chesney)

Chuck Bergman

Chuck BergmanChuck began performing as a member of the famed UCLA Opera Workshop. He then moved to musical theatre with the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera, and the Mark Taper Forum as well as productions of ANNIE and EVITA at the Shubert Theatre and national tours. He is married to screenwriter Linda Bergman and they have two young adults, Sarah and Adam.






MTG Productions:

SUGAR  (Knuckles/Ensemble)
70, Girls, 70 (Man)
Irma La Douce (Police Inspector)
Fade Out / Fade In (Custer Corkley/Ensemble)
Finian’s Rainbow (Sheriff)
Aspects of Love (Marcel)
A Connecticut Yankee (Arthur)
Street Scene (Carl Olsen)
Li`l Abner (Pappy Yokum)
A Man of No Importance (Rasher/Carson)
Do Re Mi (Moe Shtarker, Ensemble)
Sail Away (Sir Gerard Nutfield)
Roberta (M. Leroux, Willie)
Lady in the Dark (Ensemble)
Little Mary Sunshine (Fleet Foot)
Dear World (Prospector)
Parade (Gov John Slaton)
Grand Hotel (Witt)
Allegro (Dr. Bigby Denby)
Saturday Night (Plaza Attendant/Clune)
A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (Moriarty)
Plain And Fancy (Isaac Miller)
Rags (Bronstein)
The Baker’s Wife (Pierre)
Take Me Along (Macomber)
Louisiana Purchase (Colonel Davis D. Davis Sr.)
Passion (Encore Presentation) (Lieutenant Barri)
Passion (Lieutenant Barri)
I Remember Mama (Papa)
Bells Are Ringing (Inspector Barnes)
Over Here (Father)
On The Twentieth Century (Conductor Flanagan)
Colette Collage
The Apple Tree (Mr. Fallible)