Lindsey Alley’s credits include…Broadway: Hollywood Arms. Off-Broadway: Look Ma…No Ears (one-woman show). Regional: First Wives Club (pre-Broadway production), Legally Blonde (LA Ovation Nomination), Let’s Misbehave, Having It All (LA Ovation Nomination), Shear Madness, The Angle of the Sun, I Love You, You’re Perfect…, Proof, How to Succeed…, Paper Moon & many more. Film/TV/Web: “How I Met Your Mother”, “I Didn’t Do It”, “Bedtime Stories”, “Company Retreat”, “The Mickey Mouse Club” (seven seasons/over 300 episodes), “B.L. Stryker”, “Roller Jam”, “Earnest Saves Christmas” & her hit web series, “On the Patio.” Lindsey tours the world, performing her acclaimed club act, Blood, Sweat and Mouseketears. Graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia and the William Esper Studio in New York City. Visit www.LindseyAlley.com and follow her on Twitter, @MsLindseyAlley.
Ruthless (Miss Thorn/Block)
Ms. 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).
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)
National 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.
On 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 NIGHT, and WHERE'S CHARLEY? She lives in Los Angeles with her five dogs, one cat and wonderful husband, actor Bruce French. www.eileenbarnett.com
MTG ProductionsRoad 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 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.
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) Rags
Chuck 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: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)
Broadway: Christine in THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (more than 1,000 performances on B'way and on tour; Carbonell Award and Helen Hayes Award nom.) and Amalia in SHE LOVES ME (standby). Regional: Fanny in FANNY opposite the late José Ferrer (Paper Mill Playhouse), SONGS FROM THE TALL GRASS (Ford’s Theatre) and Margaret in THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA (Farmer's Alley Theatre; Wilde Award nom.) Teri received an Ovation Award nomination for her performance as Ellen Terry in CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, and recently toured as Marian in THE MUSIC MAN IN CONCERT with Shirley Jones and Patrick Cassidy. Ms. Bibb has been a featured soloist in tributes honoring Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stephen Sondheim and Harold Prince, including “The Broadway Prince” at Carnegie Hall (with Len Cariou and Elaine Stritch) and six annual “The Night of 1,000 Voices” concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall. She sang duets with José Carreras at Radio City Music Hall and starred in “One Enchanted Evening” in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She has sung with orchestras across the US, including the Santa Fe, St. Louis and Pacific Symphonies and the New York Pops; and can be heard on the recordings “Unsung Irving Berlin” and “A Gala Concert for Hal Prince.” Teri has guest starred on TV, been a supporting player on film, and has sung on several film scores including “Ice Age” and “Polar Express.” She was also a featured soloist on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” She is co-creator of The Phantom’s Leading Ladies, Three Broadway Christines in Concert. www.TeriBibb.com
MTG ProductionsThe Golden Apple (Penelope) Death Takes A Holiday (Duchess Stephanie) Titanic (Caroline) High Spirits (Ruth Condomine) Out of this World (Helen Vance) Little Mary Sunshine (Little Mary Sunshine) Jubilee (Princess Diana) Extraordinary! A Tribute To Stephen Schwartz Louisiana Purchase (Quartet) Passion (Encore Presentation) (Clara) Nine (Claudia Nardi) Passion (Clara) I Remember Mama (Katrin) Once Upon A Mattress (Lady Larkin)
Jill Burke is a Los Angeles native and former Miss Anaheim. Her first professional work began performing for the Walt Disney Company, portraying such characters as Princess Jasmine, Ariel, and Pocahontas. Currently, she can be heard singing the popular “Priceline Negotiator!” jingle, running nationwide. Her theater credits include: LOVELACE A ROCK OPERA which won several L.A. WEEKLY awards including Best Ensemble, THE HOT MIKADO , THE THIRD FROM THE LEFT at the NYC and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD which she was nominated for a L.A. Ovation Award, and JACQUES BREL: A LIFE IN SONG, which she won a Ticket Holder Award for Best Cabaret Performance. Jill has had the privilege of singing with and for such stars as Tony-award winning Jason Robert Brown, Robert Morse, Richard Carpenter, and her “uncle” Johnny Mathis. She performs in a variety of projects: she stars in the cabaret revue entitled HOLLYWOOD REVISITED, is a member of the a cappella band VYBRATION, she is a featured vocalist for the master percussionist C.G. RYCHE, and frequently belts out our National Anthem for the Anaheim Angels. She now stars in her Pat Benatar tribute band called LIVE FROM EARTH! www.jillmarieburke.com
MTG ProductionsViolet (music hall singer) Fade Out / Fade In (ensemble) A New Brain (Lisa) Call Me Madam (ensemble) Chess (ensemble)
On Broadway and in National Tours, Doug appeared in RAGTIME, the Tony Award winning production of CITY OF ANGELS, THE FANTASTICKS, SHE LOVES ME, THE PAJAMA GAME, MUSIC IS and as a soloist at Radio City Music Hall. He is currently featured in PHANTOM, THE LAS VEGAS SPECTACULAR. A veteran of over one hundred professional productions from coast to coast, he is the recipient of two Los Angeles Drama-Logue Awards for leading roles in MAN OF LA MANCHA and SWEENEY TODD, a Robby Award for SHENANDOAH and a Back Stage Garland Award for his work in the West Coast premiere of Stephen Sondheim's PUTTING IT TOGETHER. Other recent credits include RAGTIME for Musical Theatre West and Merry Go Round Playhouse, TITANIC, DAMN YANKEES, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN and MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS at CLO of South Bay Cities, SOUTH PACIFIC with Theater League and San Bernardino CLO, IT'S ONLY A PLAY at the Royal Poinciana in Palm Beach, GUYS & DOLLS at Seattle's Fifth Avenue Theatre, Harrah's in Atlantic City and The Desert Inn in Las Vegas, 1776 at St. Louis MUNY and Sacramento Civic and THE MUSIC MAN, ANNIE and FIDDLER ON THE ROOF with the Sacramento Music Circus. Other favorite roles include: Juan Peron in EVITA, Fredrick in A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, Alan in BABY, Julian Marsh in 42nd STREET, Second Banana in SUGAR BABIES and FROM THE TOP! (with Carol Burnett). On film and television, Doug has been featured on "Frasier", "Dear John", "Murder She Wrote", "Chance of a Lifetime", "True Identity", "General Hospital", "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", "A Very Brady Christmas", and "Tomcats". He proudly serves as the Western Regional Vice President of Actors' Equity Association and as chairman of its Western Regional Board.
ProductionsRedhead (Howard Cavanaugh) Little Mary Sunshine (Oscar Fairfax) Parade (Judge Roan/Old Soldier) Jubilee (Cabinet Member, Officer Remington, Messenger, Footman) Grand Hotel (Preysing) Allegro (Dr. Joseph Taylor) Floyd Collins (Bee Doyle) How Now Dow Jones (Wingate) The Grass Harp Sheriff Amos Legrand Working Rex (Winship (corporate executive), Anthony Cleo (stone mason), Joe Gutty (retired)) Where's Charley (Brassett) The Robber Bridegroom (Big Harp) Plain And Fancy (Papa Yoder) Louisiana Purchase (Dean Joseph T. Manning)
Christopher Carothers, member of Actors’ Equity and the Screen Actors Guild, has toured the country with the Broadway National Tours of Les Misérables, Grease, Phantom, The Scarlet Pimpernel, and Jesus Christ Superstar. He has starred in the West Coast premieres of Howard Crabtree’s When Pigs Fly, Five Course Love, and Stephen Schwartz’s Children of Eden, along with the U.S. premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s Opening Doors. He’s also worked at area theaters from Ventura down to Escondido, starring in such favorites as Evita, My Fair Lady, Cabaret, A Little Night Music, White Christmas, and Man of La Mancha. He’s performed corporate and cabaret shows in nightclubs, ballrooms, and parks throughout greater Southern California, has circled the globe as a star entertainer for the super-luxury Royal Viking and Radisson cruise lines, and worked in Las Vegas as a lead singer in the venerable Jubilee at Bally’s. His film credits include Mythic Journeys, The Stranger Within, and The Dead.
MTG ProductionsLittle Women (Professor Bhaer) Shenandoah (Ensemble) Call Me Madam (Maxwell) City of Angels (Jimmy Powers) Road Show (Ensemble) Irma La Douce (Roberto Les Diams, a Mec) Fade Out / Fade In (Roscoe / Ensemble) The Fix (Peter Hale)
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Theater credits include Parade (Mark Taper Forum), Big: The Musical (West Coast Ensemble, for which his work was recognized with an Ovation nomination), Gulls and Unfinished American Highwayscape (both Theatre @Boston Court), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Kirk Douglas Theatre), Eric Larue (VS), Hair (Reprise!), and Once Upon a Mattress (UCLA, directed by Carol Burnett). On the small screen Will has appeared on the television shows Melrose Place, Pushing Daisies, Numb3rs, Las Vegas, Charmed, Jack & Bobby, Judging Amy, CSI: Miami and Boston Public. He is a proud member of Actors Equity, SAG and AFTRA. In addition to his acting work, he is the composer of the original musicals Right Together, Left Together and Tarmac. www.willcollyer.com
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Favorite roles: Ellen - MISS SAIGON (Broadway & 1st National), Eponine - LES MISERABLES (2nd National), and the Narrator - JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT opposite Donny Osmond. Other roles: Philia - A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (Sacramento Music Circus), Princess Leonide - TRIUMPH OF LOVE (Falcon Theatre), Lizzie - BABY, Maria - WEST SIDE STORY, Patsy - RIMERS OF ELDRITCH, Sandy - GREASE, Brigid Mary - LITTLE MOON OF ALBAN, Jenny Lind - BARNUM, and Geraldine - WHAT THE BUTLER SAW. Misty is an American Academy of Dramatic Arts graduate.
MTG ProductionsThe Fix (Tina McCoy) Do Re Mi (Swinger, Ensemble) The Wild Party (Kate) Parade (Lucille Frank) The Robber Bridegroom (Rosamund) Plain And Fancy (Hilda Miller)
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The place is Claremont, California. The time is fifteen years ago, and the event is the first voice lesson that would start my singing career! Since that very first singing lesson Robin has let music and drama take her around the world from the exotic Los Angeles and Orange Counties, throughout the United States, Caribbean, Canada, and Europe. Some of Robin’s most notable performances have been Tick, Tick….Boom! (Susan), Closer Than Ever (Woman #2 Garland award), Zorro (West End Workshop), Cesar y Ruben (Dir. Ed Begely Jr.), and most recently a reading of a new musical conceived by Blake Edwards. With Musical Theater Guild Robin has performed in the acclaimed Connecticut Yankee (Evelyn) and Aspects of Love. On the singing side of performing Robin has sung back-up for Roger Daltry at the Hollywood Bowl, can be heard on the re-release of Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, the soundtrack of Zombie Prom, some original tracks on the Indie Film The Broken Hearts Club, and if you happen to catch the Swedish Academy Award winning film Let the Right one In, you can hear her play a 12 year old vampire! (English Dubbing) TV credits include Passions, Journeyman and commercials for Chevrolet, Sonic one, and just recently Kaplan Education.
MTG ProductionsIrma La Douce (Irma La Douce, a Poule) Fade Out / Fade In (Gloria Currie/Ensemble) Stop the World, I Want to Get Off (Ensemble) Connecticut Yankee (Evelyn)
National Tour: Miss Saigon (Ensemble/John u/s; North America). Select Regional: Side Show (Jake; 3D Theatricals), Kiss Me, Kate (Hortensio/Fred u/s; Pasadena Playhouse), South Pacific (Henry, MTW), Floyd Collins (Ed Bishop; 2014 LA Ovation Best Musical ; La Mirada Theatre), Les Miserables (La Mirada Theatre), South Pacific w/ Reba McEntire and Brian Stokes Mitchell (Hollywood Bowl), 25th Annual..Spelling Bee (Mitch Mahoney; PCPA, Phoenix Theatre North Coast Rep.), Rent (Benny), Man of La Mancha (MTW), The Fix (ICT), Sleepless In Seattle, The Musical (The Pasadena Playhouse), Five Guys Named Moe (Red Mountain Theatre Company), and more. Commercials: Allstate Insurance, Dodge, Bud Light. Film/TV: Lost Tapes: Poltergeist (Discovery Channel), Joshua Tree 1951: A Portrait of James Dean (Iconoclastic Features). www.jdonnell.com
Melissa is thrilled to be back in Los Angeles! Broadway: WICKED (U.S. Glinda & ensemble soloist), original cast in San Francisco and NY’s Gershwin Theatre, original cast recording, 3 years of WICKED workshops and readings, as well as joining the L.A. leg of the WICKED tour at the Pantages. Melissa had the honor of performing under the musical direction of Paul Geminani for STEVEN SONDHEIM’S 75TH CELEBRATION at The Hollywood Bowl. Los Angeles & Regional highlights: Hal Prince’s 3HREE at The Ahmanson, THE SUNSHINE BOYS (The Nurse, starring Ed Asner and Harold Gould) at The Gindi Auditorium, GREASE (Marty) at Civic Light Opera South Bay, MILK AND HONEY (Zipporah) at The Gindi Auditorium, SWEENEY TODD (Johanna) at The Scherr Forum, WEST SIDE STORY (Maria, Best Actress Denver Critic’s Circle Nominee) and SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (Kathy Selden), both at Denver’s Arvada Center, CHANG & ENG (Sallie) The Falcon Theatre, GILLIGAN’S ISLAND THE MUSICAL (Maryanne) at The Scherr Forum, the West Coast premiere of ENTER THE GUARDSMAN (The Wardrobe Mistress) at Laguna Playhouse, the world premiere of THE TIN PAN ALLEY RAG (Dorothy) at The Pasadena Playhouse. Workshop highlights: Stephen Schwartz’s SNAPSHOTS (directed by Randy Brenner), and originating the role of Fernande in Ron Abel’s CAMILLE at The York Theatre in NY, as well as at Pacific Residence Theatre here in L.A. Numerous shows for the REPRISE! series include BELLS ARE RINGING, OF THEE I SING, WONDERFUL TOWN AND FINIAN’S RAINBOW. She is the voice of BETTY BOOP, HELLO KITTY, Edward in COWBOY BEBOP, Gaz in Nickelodeon’s INVADER ZIM, Rika in DIGIMON, and so much more in the voice-over/studio singer world. Recordings include: WICKED, CAMILLE, THREADS, GILLIGAN’S ISLAND THE MUSICAL, VOX LUMIERE’S METROPOLIS, HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, INTOLERANCE, BOXING HELENA, NBC Saturday Morning Jingle singer and Jingle parody singer for the Premiere Radio Network. Melissa is The Coloratura Soloist for VOX LUMIERE, performing for The Avignon Opera, Cinematheque Paris, The Prince Theatre in Philadelphia, The Ford Ampitheatre, Hollywood and Highland, The Ivy Substation and lots of venues throughout NY, L.A. and France, and will star as Christine in their next production PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. All my love to Joel and the “Flying Fahn Family!” www.millebaci.net
MTG ProductionsHello Again (The Actress) Das Barbecu (Gutrune, Norn, Texas Ranger, Freia, Y-Vonne Duvall, Rivermaiden, Valkyrie, Tambourine Girl) Out of this World (Venus) The Roar of the Greasepaint (Urchin) Li'l Abner (Daisy Mae) No, No, Nanette (Flora) Redhead (Tilly) Allegro (Beulah) Saturday Night (Florence) How Now Dow Jones (Sue Ellen) Yes, Yes Nanette (Ensemble) The Baker's Wife (Nicole)
MTG Performances include Mrs. Johnstone–BLOOD BROTHERS, Gussie–MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, Apassionata Von Climax–LI'L ABNER and Swinger/Ensemble–DO RE MI. She was Kathy Selden in the First National Tour of SINGIN' IN THE RAIN. Many principal roles in touring and regional theatre including Mrs. Meers–THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, Abigail–1776 and Reno–ANYTHING GOES.
TV and Film: "One on One", "Judging Amy", "Crossing Jordan", "Small Emergencies", "Diagnosis Murder" and "Family Law". She recurs as Dr. Rachael Ryan on "General Hospital" and is featured in "Georgia Rule" starring Jane Fonda and Lindsay Lohan for director Garry Marshall.
Cynthia is off to tour the country playing Marion Cunningham in HAPPY DAYS–THE MUSICAL. For D
MTG ProductionsHello Again (The Whore) Blood Brothers (Mrs. Johnstone) Merrily We Roll Along (Gussie Carnegie) Li'l Abner (Apassionata Von Climax) Do Re Mi (Swinger, Ensemble)
Joshua Finkel is an actor, director and acting coach. He heads up the Musical Theater Program at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, teaches Musical Theatre at the Young Americans College in Corona and runs the Actor Masterclasses at New Musicals Inc. and The Academy for New Musical Theatre in North Hollywood , coaches internationally doing his 12 master classes, as well as out of his private studio, the Creative Combustion Acting Studio. Joshua has been creating workshops teaming a small group of actors with top directors, agents, and casting directors in Los Angeles called his DIRECTOR AUDITION PANELS series. Recent directing credits include the Los Angeles County Premiere of VIOLET at the El Portal Theatre, DIFFICULT TO LEAVE starring Roslyn Cohn (Broadway World Nomination) THE FANTASTICKS and FUNNY THING…FORUM (Panic! Productions) CAN'T GET ENOUGH (The Lonny Chapman Theater, NoHo), A RING IN BROOKLYN (Noho Arts Center, Scenie Award), INTO THE WOODS at the Civic Arts Plaza in Thousand Oaks, the Los Angeles Premiere of THE SPITFIRE GRILL at Actors’ Co-op, the Bay Area premiere of SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD in San Francisco and FALSETTOLAND at San Francisco’s Phoenix Theater. Last year Joshua directs/choreographs and stars in the ongoing corporate event and Hollywood Musical Revue, HOLLYWOOD REVISITED. Recent performing credits include Howard in BAGELS! the Musical (Stages Musical Theatre Festival 2015), Lew Fields in Richard M. Sherman’s latest musical about Weber and Fields, PAZZAZZ!, Bamatabois/Dance Captain in LES MISERABLES at the HOLLYWOOD BOWL and 11 characters in THE KID FROM BROOKLYN: THE DANNY KAYE MUSICAL at the El Portal Theater. Joshua has starred as the wild latin nightclub singer Ricardo Romero in the Los Angeles premiere of NEVER GONNA DANCE at Musical Theater West, and as Eddie Ryan in FUNNY GIRL at Robert Redford’s complex in Sundance, Utah. And was in the original cast and cast album of BARK! He originated Jacob Finney in the original cast of THE GRAVE WHITE WAY at the Hudson Theater in Hollywood. Other theater credits include playing the Tony Award Winning role of Uncle Louie in LOST IN YONKERS, starring Erin Moran from Happy Days, Al in A CHORUS LINE starring Jane Lanier, and Buttons in a wild, burlesque version of CINDERELLA. Television appearances include DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES with Marcia Cross, GENERAL HOSPITAL, Joshua was seen as the Singing Waiter on the Emmy Award winning 2000 Season Finale Episode of ALLY McBEAL, THE MUSICAL ALMOST, and can be seen in the movie THE KID playing opposite Bruce Willis. Joshua played Gary Carson opposite Kathleen Quinlan on FAMILY LAW, and was the Card Dealer/Mr. Zapatella in Reprise’s FIORELLO! starring Tony Danza. On Broadway, Joshua starred as Molina, the Window Dresser in KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN with Chita Rivera and Vanessa Williams and was selected to play the role twice in India. Los Angeles audiences have seen Joshua appear as Thenardier in the original LA company of LES MISERABLES. A classically trained actor, Joshua’s recent roles include Tybalt in Portland Stage’s ROMEO AND JULIET directed by Tony Award Winning director Bartlett Sher, Birdie Bowers in TERRA NOVA at The Virginia Stage Company, and Juror #4 in TWELVE ANGRY MEN at Merrimack Rep. Khlestakov in THE INSPECTOR GENERAL, Edmund in KING LEAR, and the title role in HAMLET. Internationally, Mr. Finkel has performed Brecht in Germany in THE GOOD PERSON OF SETZUAN, the Greeks in Japan with the Suzuki Company of Toga in CLYTEMNESTRA. Additional Musical Roles include Macheath in the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival’s THE THREEPENNY OPERA, Jigger in Sacramento Music Circus’ CAROUSEL, El Gallo in THE FANTASTICKS at the Hangar Theatre, Paul in A CHORUS LINE, Franklin Shepard in MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, Cosmo Brown in SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN, and the Pirate King in THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE. Other television appearances include CAROLINE IN THE CITY, THE TONY AWARDS, THE KENNEDY CENTER HONORS, and being a regular soloist on AMERICAN BANDSTAND. Joshua can be heard on the original cast recordings of KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN, BARK! and on Voice-overs for CHUBB INSURANCE, MILLER BEER, and HALLMARK. Joshua was the live action model for Prince Eric in THE LITTLE MERMAID. For more information: http://www.joshuafinkel.com
MTG ProductionsA New Brain (Mr. Bungee) Kiss of the Spider Woman (Molina) It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (Father Ling) No, No, Nanette (Ensemble) I Can Get It For You Wholesale (Teddy Asche) Lady in the Dark (Ensemble) Grand Hotel (Erick) Saturday Night (Vocalist/Fletcher) How Now Dow Jones (Herbert/Mr. Chase)
Zachary Ford was born and raised in Harbor Springs (pop. 1550), an unfairly beautiful resort town on Little Traverse Bay at the top of the Michigan's lower peninsula, referred to by Hemingway as "the great up north." At school, Zachary was an All-State athlete in Soccer and Alpine Ski Racing, the school triathlon record holder, and a representative for the school in mathematics competitions. But to his very supportive parents' dismay, he changed from an auspicious civil engineering career track to that of a singin' and dancin' man, receiving his BFA from the Theatre Conservatory of the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. Zachary went on to perform with many of the top theatres in the wonderful Chicago theatre community before moving to Los Angeles, CA, where he can be found glacially fixing up his "midcentury" home in Valley Village with his very patient, very foxy wife Bobbie and their daughter Fiona. Zachary has worked with amazing talent, some highlights being John O'Hurley (Seinfeld), Adam Pascal (RENT), 9 time Emmy Award winning Director/Writer/Producer David Lee, Oscar winner Shirley Jones, Tony winners Frank Galati and Stephen Flaherty, and English Shakespeare Company founder Michael Bogdanov. He's also recorded original new music by Al Kasha, Bill Conti, David Shire, Doug Katsaros, Don Pippin, and Stephen Flaherty. He can be heard on The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra's recording of WEST SIDE STORY, the original cast recording of Galati/Flaherty's LOVING REPEATING, and the Cole Porter Archive's recording of SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS. Zachary studies in Los Angeles with Steppenwolf Classes West, Tim Phillips, and UCB.
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JULIE GARNYÉ is a singer, actress, voiceover artist, host and producer. As a performer, she most recently appeared in the Disney animated film “Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure” as the singing voice of the fairy Lyria, Les Miserables at The Hollywood Bowl (directed by Richard Jay-Alexander), Chess in Concert at the Ford Amphitheatre and starred with Tony-winners Alan Cumming and Alice Ripley in Open All Night: The Music of Lance Horne. In New York, she recently appeared in the reading of Lance Horne’s new musical The $trip and, in 2007, she was distinguished as the only female performer to be invited from outside New York to appear in the all-star Stephen Schwartz tribute concert at Town Hall. Other credits include Broadway: HAIR in Concert (last minute replacement for Tony Award winner Idina Menzel), CHESS in Concert, The Easter Bonnet Competition. New York: Broadway By The Year 1978 (Town Hall), Children Of Eden in Concert (New York Premiere), Pippin in Concert, NAMT Songwriters Showcase 2005 and dozens of readings and workshops, from new developmental musicals done in a composer’s living room to Legally Blonde at 42nd Street Studios. National Tours: CATS (Grizabella, Jennyanydots), It’s Not Where You Start… through AMTSJ. Regional/L.A.: An Evening with Stephen Schwartz (The Ford Amphitheatre), Bat Boy The Musical, West Side Story, George M, Fiddler On The Roof, Bye Bye Birdie. Film: Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure (Disney Animation Studios), The Little Richard Story, The Ultimate Auction. Recordings: WICKED (as Elphaba [guide vocals] – Stage-Stars Karaoke), HAIR (Sh-K-Boom Records), Longing For A Place Already Gone (Laura Bell Bundy’s debut album), Fine and Dandy (PS Classics), Folkzinger (with Christine Lavin), Last Day On Earth (for composer Lance Horne), The Water (for composer Georgia Stitt) and Broadway By The Year 1978 Original Cast Album (soon to be released). Julie has sung in concert with some of the greatest artists on earth, from prolific composer Stephen Schwartz to pop great Neil Sedaka, to singer/songwriter Josh Groban and jazz legend Dave Brubeck. Julie graduated from Santa Clara University with a double B.A. in Theatre and English and has been studying voice with famed vocal teacher Edward Sayegh for 15 years. She is currently workshopping four new musicals in Los Angeles and New York. Julie thanks her family, her friends and all at KSR LA and NY for their tireless support. For more information, please visit www.YouTube.com/JulieGarnye or www.JulieGarnye.com
Helen has been in seven productions with MTG. Starting her career as a "Meglin Kiddie" at four, she performed in plays, musicals, radio, films, USO shows and television, singing and tap dancing—and hasn't stopped yet. Some TV credits include "Will & Grace," "The Bernie Mac Show" and "E.R." Film credits include "Standup" and the soon to be released "The Inner Circle." As part of a four-generation theater family, she's most proud of the two youngest—grandsons Aaron and Greyson.
MTG Productions70, Girls, 70 (Gert) Sail Away (Mrs. Sweeny) My Favorite Year (Aunt Sadie) Dear World (President 2) Jubilee (Queen Katherine) How Now Dow Jones (Mrs. Millhauser) Two By Two (Esther)
Chris recently returned from the National Tour of CAMELOT, starring Lou Diamond Phillips. A native of Detroit, Chris has performed in regional theatre around the country as well as the Los Angeles area. Some favorite musical theatre roles: Beast in DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and Reuben in JOSEPH, both for Cabrillo Music Theatre, Radames in Fullerton CLO's AIDA, Jerry in FULL MONTY and Sir Harry in ONCE UPON A MATTRESS, both for Sierra Repertory Theatre, and Pedro in MAN OF LA MANCHA at Performance Network. Chris holds an MFA from Wayne State University, where he was awarded a fellowship as a member of The Hilberry Theatre Company. In that vein, Chris enjoyed such roles as: Jack Worthing in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, for which he received the Oscar Wilde award for Outstanding Performer; Hal Carter in PICNIC, which earned him a Best Actor nomination from the Detroit Free Press; Cliff in Roundabout Music Theatre's CABARET; and two separate runs of the one-man show, FULLY COMMITTED, for Kentucky Rep and Oklahoma City Rep. Chris also received the James Kisicki Award for Excellence from the Detroit Free Press. In addition to performing on stage, Chris has taught as an adjunct professor of Theatre at Wayne State University, and has written two award-winning one act plays, as well as lyrics for the musical THE GOLD WUTAHKEE. Commercials include the Michigan Lottery and Chevrolet, and he has portrayed Ken of Ken and Barbie fame for Mattel. Television credits include: "All My Children," "Numb3rs" and "The Singles Table." Chris is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.
MTG ProductionsViolet (Preacher, Bus Driver, Rufus, Radio Singer, Bus Driver 4) The Fix (Reed Chandler) Blood Brothers (Mickey Johnstone) Li'l Abner (Clem Scragg)
Gordon spent his early years on a cattle ranch breaking horses and raising cattle. By age sixteen, he was a singer, performing solo work for such prestigious groups as the London City Symphony, the Prague Symphony, the Westside, Pasadena, and Utah Symphonies. He moved into acting on the professional stage, performing both dramatic classics, musical theater, commercials, television, and voice-overs. He has directed industrials, produced voice-over recordings, and entertainment for national corporate events. A published composer, he has composed music for musicals and international organizations such as the Bulgarian National Symphony. At the same time, a professional hypnotist, he has lectured on subconscious behavior to thousands throughout the United States. Gordon has written eleven screenplays, four musicals, a self-help book, and ten children's books. He is a professional artist of classical charcoal portraits, fine art sculpture, and portrait photography. And, in addition to holding degrees in several forms of martial arts, he has a degree in business from Loyola University and a masters in psychology. For more information, visit: www.nuwerks.com
MTG ProductionsHello Again (The Husband) Das Barbecu (Wotan, Gunther, Hagen, Texas Ranger, Giant) Violet (Father) Finian's Rainbow (Resident of Rainbow Valley) A Connecticut Yankee (Merlin) It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (Perry White/Ensemble) Lady in the Dark (Charley Johnson) Little Mary Sunshine (Jim Warington) Parade (Tom Watson) Jubilee (Charles "Mowgli" Rausmiller) Allegro (Brook Lansdale) A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (Johnny Nolan) Passion (Encore Presentation) (Ludovic) On The Twentieth Century (Bruce Granit) Once Upon A Mattress Here's Love! (Mr. Sawyer) Baby (Nick) Colette Collage
Jennifer Gordon is thrilled to be a member of MTG. At the Pasadena Playhouse, Jenny has been seen as Roz in MOON OVER BUFFALO and the Chanteuse in ONLY A KINGDOM. Other L.A. credits include WONDERFUL TOWN for Reprise, PHANTOM and THE SOUND OF MUSIC for Theater League, KITTY HAWKE at the Odyssey, Susan in THE DESERT SONG for DCLO, and Yonah in FCLO's critically acclaimed production of CHILDREN OF EDEN. A graduate of Northwestern University, Jenny's Chicago credits include Shy in THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS and Patty in YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN both at the Marriott's Lincolnshire Theater; June in GYPSY and Ursula in BYE, BYE BIRDIE at Drury Lane Oakbrook, and Polly Peachum in BEGGAR'S HOLIDAY at Pegasus Players. Other regional roles include Christine in I REMEMBER MAMA, Joy in CINDERELLA, Nancy in ANGEL STREET, and Christy in SHADOW HOUR. Jenny thanks her parents for everything they have taught her, and is most excited about her next production--her May wedding to Christopher.
MTG ProductionsStop the World, I Want to Get Off (Ensemble) The Most Happy Fella (Cleo) Out of this World (Minerva / Marika) The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Janet Conover / Helena Landess) It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (Ensemble) Li'l Abner (Moonbeam McSwine) No, No, Nanette (Betty) Do Re Mi (Swinger, Ensemble) Sail Away (Nancy Foyle) Roberta (Sophie Teale) Jubilee (Cabinet Member, Sybil, Secretary, Photographer) Allegro (Jennie Brinker) How Now Dow Jones (Kate) Where's Charley (Amy Spettigue) The Robber Bridegroom (Airie) A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (Ensemble) Plain And Fancy (Sarah) Take Me Along (Muriel) Nine (German)
Jason Graae is a Chicago-born American musical theatre actor, best known for his musical theater performances but with a varied career spanning Broadway, opera, television and film. He started his career in Tulsa, Oklahoma at Edison High School starring in many plays, singing in the chorus and playing the oboe in the orchestra. He went on to create the role of Sparky in the original off-Broadway production of Forever Plaid, and originated the role of Houdini in the L.A production of Ragtime. He has won Ovation Awards for Los Angeles productions of Forbidden Hollywood and Forbidden Broadway and was nominated for a third for Anything Goes. He has been nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh off- Broadway. He appeared on Broadway in Falsettos, the Rodgers and Hammerstein revue A Grand Night for Singing, Stardust, Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?, Strike Up The Band, You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile, and Colette Collage. He won the New York Nightlife Award for his one-man show, Coup de Graae! and won the 2006 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award. He also appeared in an episode of Friends in the episode "The One Where Eddie Won't Go".
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Pamela is very happy to be a member of MTG at last. On Broadway she was in BEAUTY AND THE BEAST in the ensemble and understudied 'Mrs. Potts' and 'Wardrobe'. On National Tours she was 'Mrs. Meers' in THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, a singing 'Eggtimer' in BEAUTY (also in the LA company), and 'Mme. Dindon' in LA CAGE AUX FOLLES. She was 'Morgan LeFey' in the Theater League tour of CAMELOT. Some favorite regional theatre roles include: 'Jack's Mother' in INTO THE WOODS; the 'Wicked Witch' in 3 productions of THE WIZARD OF OZ; 'Parthy' in SHOWBOAT; 'Dora Bailey' & 'Miss Dinsmore' in SINGIN' IN THE RAIN; 'Mrs. Sowerberry' in OLIVER!; 'Ruth' in PIRATES OF PENZANCE; 'Electra' in 2 productions of GYPSY; 'Gooch' in MAME; 'Stepsister Portia' in CINDERELLA; 'Sister Margaretta' in THE SOUND OF MUSIC; and 'Carrie' in CAROUSEL. On television she had a recurring role on "The Gilmore Girls", and appeared in "The Bold and the Beautiful", "Family Matters", and "Who's the Boss?", as well as numerous commercials. She was a Christmas Caroler in the movie "Christmas With The Kranks", and did background vocals on "Home On The Range" and "The Shaggy Dog". Pamela is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Music and was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana.
MTG ProductionsRuthless (Lita Encore) Death Takes a Holiday (Cora) Wonderful Town (Mrs. Wade/Ensemble) Titanic (Mme. Aubert) Little Me (Momma / Mrs. Eggleston / Ensemble) One Touch of Venus (Ensemble) 70, Girls, 70 (Fritzi) Das Barbecu (Narrator, Fricka, Erda, Needa Troutt, Back-Up Singer, Katsy Snapp, Rivermaiden, Valkyrie) Finian's Rainbow (Resident of Rainbow Valley) The Most Happy Fella (Napa Valley Resident) Aspects of Love (Elizabeth)
Scott last appeared as Beadle Bamford in SWEENEY TODD and as Nicely, Nicely in GUYS AND DOLLS. He recently co-starred as Sancho with Jon Cypher in MAN OF LA MANCHA, a role he repeated with John McCook for South Bay CLO. Scott spent 9 months performing in and musically directing the LA company of I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE, and appeared in the LA company of RADIO GALS, repeating the role at the Coconut Grove Playhouse in Miami. Scott enjoyed sharing the stage with Carol Burnett in the world premiere of the new musical, FROM THE TOP for the Long Beach CLO, and was a series regular in the CBS dramatic series WIOU. Scott has appeared Off-Broadway in the revival of ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, and in the National Companies of DO BLACK PATENT LEATHER SHOES REALLY REFLECT UP?, and THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW. Movie roles have included Stan Licata in Risky Business and Ralph Andropwicz in the Sidney Lumet film Power opposite Richard Gere. Television credits include guest starring on High Incident, China Beach, Good Advice, Wiseguy, The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr., Buffy, The Vampire Slayer, and the NBC MOW, A Hollywood Marriage. His arrangements can be heard on the album "Randy Graff sings Cy Coleman". A popular studio/session singer, Scott can be heard on a number of jingles, and on Electra/Nonesuch's release of "Lady Be Good", SONY Music's recording of "Paris In The Spring" written by Leslie Bricusse, and in Disney's animated films A Goofy Movie, and Pocahantas II.
MTG ProductionsRoad Show (Ensemble) Triumph of Love (Harlequin) Bat Boy (Reverend Billy Hightower, Lorraine) The Most Happy Fella (Giuseppe, Al) Street Scene (Lippo Fiorentino) Do Re Mi (Brains Berman) I Can Get It For You Wholesale (Tootsie) Lady in the Dark (Ensemble) The Baker's Wife (Claude) The Black Tulip (Musical Director) Irma La Douce
Joe grew up about 30 miles north of New York City in the small hamlet of Hawthorne, NY. Born into an Irish family of musicians and NYC firemen, Joe vacillated between pursuing either of the two careers until getting a break in the 1st National Tour of BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS; soon followed by his 1st film BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS; and sometime later his Broadway debut in BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE GOES PUBLIC. Alas, the Whorehouse won out over the Firehouse. Upon arriving in LA, Joe was cast in the award winning BOUNCERS at the Tiffany Theater, directed by Ron Link, which propelled him into several film and TV appearances, largely due to being championed by Christopher Gorman. He received an Ovation Award for his performance in THE ANGELS OF LEMNOS and an Ovation nomination for his work in THE WOMAN IN BLACK, both under the direction of Ken Sawyer at the Road Theater. He toured nationally with Marilu Henner in ANNIE GET YOUR GUN and his other LA theater credits include ANYONE CAN WHISTLE, ANYTHING GOES, and NAPOLI MILIONARIA. A member of the Musical Theater Guild for over ten years - his credits there include THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD, BLOOD BROTHERS, CONNETICUT YANKEE, STREET SCENE, LI'L ABNER, A MAN OF NO IMPORTANCE, MY FAVORITE YEAR, PARADE, FLOYD COLLINS, GRASS HARP, and THE BAKERS WIFE. Joe also produced and appeared in the feature film "Timeless", which had its debut at the Sundance Film Festival, was released theatrically, and now appears on cable, video and DVD. His latest film credit is "Inside Out" in which he stars opposite Steven Weber and Eriq LaSalle, and "Medium", "Desperate Housewives", "Numb3rs" and "Criminal Minds" are his most recent TV appearances, as well as numerous commercials. Joe resides in Silverlake with his lovely wife Linda and their two young sons Hudson and Spencer. Representation: Theatrical - Beacon Talent 310-278-1900 Commercial - Hanlon Talent 323-951-1181
MTG ProductionsIrma La Douce (Polyte Le Mou, a Mec) Fade Out / Fade In (Dr. Traurig/Ensemble) The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Nick Cricker / Durdles) Blood Brothers (Man 2) A Connecticut Yankee (Kay) Street Scene (George Jones) Li'l Abner (Marryin' Sam) A Man of No Importance (Carney/Wilde) My Favorite Year (King Kaiser) Parade (Luther Rosser) Floyd Collins (Carmichael) The Grass Harp (Dr. Morris Ritz) The Baker's Wife (Doumergue)
Michael most recently appeared as Captain Hook in the National tour of PETER PAN starring Cathy Rigby, as Mervyn Kant in THE SISTERS ROSENSWEIG for TheatreWorks in San Francisco, and as Judge Turpin in SWEENEY TOOD at the Music Circus in Sacramento.
He has appeared as Georges in the critically acclaimed Los Angeles production of LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, as Harold Hill in THE MUSIC MAN at the Music Circus in Sacramento and as Billy Flynn in CHICAGO in Las Vegas. He spent a summer portraying Sky Masterson in GUYS & DOLLS at Harrahs’ in Atlantic City and was proud to originate the role of Adam in the world premiere of Dale Wasserman’s new musical WESTERN
STAR. Michael also had the joy of touring as Julian Marsh in the European Company of 42ND STREET.
His other theatrical credits include Franklin Shepard in the west coast premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, Michael in IDO! I DO! for the Music Theatre of Southern California, the Back Alley production of JACQUES BREL IS…, and Roberto in IRMA LA DOUCE at the Music Center in Los Angeles.
Michael has received Drama-Logue Awards for his performances of Alan in BABY, Bill Sykes in OLIVER, Nick in FUNNY GIRL, Sky in GUYS & DOLLS, Cliff in CABARET and Georges in LA CAGE AUX FOLLES.
He has performed as a guest soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, with the L.A. Pops Orchestra in their last two summer concert series and with the Pacific Symphony at the Orange County Performing Arts Center as well as traveling the country in the Columbia Artist tour “The White Cliffs of Dover: Songs of World War II”.
His television credits include guest appearances on “Eli Stone”, “Frasier”, “Charley Lawrence”, “Murder, She Wrote”, “Wings”, “Colombo Movie of the Week”, “Cheers”, “Newhart”, “The Young and the Restless”, and the Hallmark Hall Of Fame presentation of “A Place for Annie”.
MTG ProductionsHello Again (The Senator) Aspects of Love (George) A Connecticut Yankee (Lancelot) Street Scene (Frank Maurant) A Fantastick Evening (Company) Little Mary Sunshine (Chief Brown Bear) Dear World (Sewerman) Jubilee (Eric Dare) How Now Dow Jones (Bradbury/A.K./Mr. Manhattan) Passion (Encore Presentation) (Colonel Ricci) Passion (Colonel Ricci) Bells Are Ringing (Jeff Moss) Once Upon A Mattress (Knight) Baby (Alan) 110 In The Shade (Starbuck) Say It With Music (Bravo!)
DAVID HOLMES is an accomplished actor, singer, writer and director who has performed in dozens of musical and dramatic stage roles. Beginning his theatrical career on the East Coast, David worked his way across the nation appearing onstage in featured and leading roles in “1776”, “Guys and Dolls”, “Sweet Charity”, “Li’l Abner”, “Best Little Whorehouse”, “A Little Night Music”, “The Merry Widow”, “Beauty and the Beast”, “Much Ado About Nothing” and many other shows working with such stars as Milton Berle, Joe Namath, Placido Domingo, Robert Morse, Dick Shawn, Bebe Neuwirth, Frederica von Stade, Donna McKechnie, Mary Martin and Glynis Johns.
Currently, Mr. Holmes is busy working with playwrights and songwriters creating and performing original roles in new musical shows and stage adaptations including “Too Old For The Chorus”, “Masada”, “Now, Voyager”, “Robin Hood”, “The Greenbrier Ghost”, “Bonnie and Clyde”, “I Come for Love”, “Oh God, We’re Going To Die”(co-written by Jeff Marx, one of Tony award winning creators of Avenue Q), “Happy Days”, “Tevye”, “Something’s Got To Give”, “Ghost”, “The Water” and most recently, “At Home In Mitford”.
His non-theatre writing and directing credits encompass a wide variety of work including projects working with a list of clients that includes UNIVERSAL, the DISNEY IMAGINEERING, ANIMATION and TELEVISION divisions, INDUSTRIAL LIGHT AND MAGIC, SONY, and many other clients in the entertainment and corporate worlds. His work in the interactive and video gaming industry earned Mr. Holmes an invitation to join The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences as a founding member.
David is also proud to be a member of the award-winning Colony Theatre acting company in Burbank, California, a founding member of the newly formed Academy Repertory Company of the Academy for New Musical Theatre and is thrilled to be joining the Musical Theatre Guild for it's 14th season.
MTG Productions70, Girls, 70 (Harry) Irma La Douce (Gendarme, Prisoner, Irma's Admirer and others) Fade Out / Fade In (Billy Vespers/Ensemble)
Heather Hoppus-Werner is thrilled to be a new member of MTG! Some of her favorite roles include: Silly Girl- Beauty and the Beast (1st National), Babe- Good News (West Coast Premiere), Morales and Maggie- A Chorus Line (San Gabriel CLO, Saddleback CLO), Minnie Fay, Ermengarde- Hello Dolly! (Sacramento Music Circus, Grand Dinner Theater), Gertie, Ado Annie- Oklahoma! (Sacramento Music Circus, Grand Dinner Theater), Josie Cohan- George M (Fullerton CLO, Harrah’s, Lake Tahoe), Fruma Sarah- Fiddler on the Roof w/ Theodore Bikel (Sacramento Music Circus), In Trousers- Sweetheart (Company of Angels, Hollywood), Erma- Anything Goes (Jean Ann Ryan Productions), No, No Nanette! with Carol Lawrence and Van Johnson (St. Louis Muny), Lorraine- 42nd St. (Lawrence Welk Resort) and most recently, Evita (Fullerton CLO).
She was featured in the A&E made- for -T.V. musical, Stop the World, I Want to Get Off , starringStephanie Zimbalist and she appeared as Wilma in The Flintstones Show at Universal Studios. BA in Drama UC Irvine and a proud member of AEA since 1988. Love to Darryl and her amazing daughter, Jenna!
MTG ProductionsStop the World, I Want to Get Off (Ensemble)
Kim starred on Broadway as "Belle" in Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, a role she also originated on the National Tour. Also on Broadway, she performed the role of "Betty Schaeffer" in the Original Company of SUNSET BOULEVARD with Glenn Close, and originated the role of "Grace Parker" in MARIE CHRISTINE at Lincoln Center (starring Audra McDonald). Her Portrayal of "Nellie Collins" in the FLOYD COLLINS National Tour earned her nominations for both the Jeff Award (Chicago) and Barrymore Award (Philadelphia) for Best Supporting Actress. Other Credits include "Marguerite" in the California Regional Premieres of THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL (Performance Riverside and Music Theatre West), "Florence" in CHESS (Alliance Theatre), Martha Jefferson in 1776 (5th Avenue Theatre), "Meg" in BRIGADOON (Ovation Nomination- Best Musical), "Jennifer" in PAINT YOUR WAGON, "Cinderella" in INTO THE WOODS, and originated the role of "Connie" in GOOD NEWS! for its World Premiere and Cast Album. (All at Music Theatre of Wichita). She is married to fellow MTG member, Roger Befeler, with whom she shares her greatest production to date, their daughter, Paige.
MTG ProductionsHello Again (The Young Wife) High Spirits (Ensemble) Aspects of Love (Rose) Roberta (Stephanie) Dear World (Nina) Saturday Night (Helen/Helene) Floyd Collins (Nellie Collins) Rags (Bella) (Robby Award nomination: Best Supporting Actress)
With MTG, Linda was seen in Kiss of the Spider Woman and Li'l Abner. Her theatre credits include many productions with East West Players, the national tour of The King and I, the original L.A. company of Beauty and the Beast, the original Canadian company of Miss Saigon, and James Clavell's Shogun, The Musical, on Broadway. She can also be seen in the Oscar winning short film Visas and Virtue.
MTG ProductionsKiss of the Spider Woman (Marta) Li'l Abner (Scarlett)
MTG: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, GRAND HOTEL, LUCKY STIFF and PARADE. Regional: HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS at the Old Globe Theatre, PLAY ON! at the Pasadena Playhouse, THE HOT MIKADO, MY ONE AND ONLY, MAN OF LA MANCHA, BESSIE'S BLUES and THE ALL NIGHT STRUT to name a few. Ron is a proud member of Actors' Equity.
MTG ProductionsSeesaw (Sparkle) Merrily We Roll Along (Bunker/Ensemble) Parade (Riley) Lucky Stiff (Boarder, Eye Patient, Man on Train, Bellhop, Emcee, Leper) Grand Hotel (Jimmy I)
Leads in over 100 professional plays: co-starring as Frank Shultz opposite Donald O'Connor in the 1983 Broadway revival of SHOW BOAT, winning the Dramalogue Award for Best Actor as Billis in SOUTH PACIFIC opposite Robert Goulet. Featured in 100 commercials and similar number of television shows and films. Recently: "Pirates of the Caribbean", "The Family Man", "Ghost World" and 15 radio plays for California Artist Radio Theatre including the lead in "Charlie's Aunt". As a member of Interact: Elwood Dowd in HARVEY.
MTG ProductionsShenandoah (Reverend Byrd) 70, Girls, 70 (Mr. McIllhenney) Fade Out / Fade In (L.Z. Governor) Finian's Rainbow (Narrator) A Man of No Importance (Father Kenny) No, No, Nanette (Uncle Jimmy) I Can Get It For You Wholesale (Maurice Pulvermache)
DAMON KIRSCHE has performed in theatres across the country, most recently appearing as Prof. Henry Higgins in MTWichita’s MY FAIR LADY and as Carl-Magnus in South Coast Repertory’s A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC. Last spring he played Ravenal in SHOW BOAT at Casa Mañana with the Ft. Worth Symphony Orchestra, and later appeared as Franklin Shepard in TheatreWorks’ MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG. This fall he will return to South Coast Rep in the World Premiere of John Strand and Dennis McCarthy’s AN ITALIAN STRAW HAT. Damon has revived several works with the Los Angeles Reprise! series, including SHE LOVES ME (Steven Kodaly) and ON THE 20TH CENTURY (Bruce Granit). On Broadway, Damon appeared in the City Center’s Encores! series productions of ON A CLEAR DAY..., the ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1936, STRIKE UP THE BAND and SWEET ADELINE. Other credits include MY FAIR LADY (Freddy) at La Mirada (Ovation Nomination), CAMELOT (Lancelot) – Cabrillo, THE FANTASTICKS (El Gallo) and THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW (Brad) – Performance Riverside, MY WAY (himself) at both La Mirada Theatre and the Welk Resort, THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN (Prince DeLong) and INTO THE WOODS (Rapunzel's Prince) – Music Circus. In concert, Damon has been a featured soloist at the Kennedy Center, Weill Hall, the 92nd St Y, Lincoln Center, the Berliner Dom and with the California Philharmonic. He is a member of L.A.’s Musical Theatre Guild, where he starred in concertized readings of LI’L ABNER, SUPERMAN and Joe Taylor, Jr. in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ALLEGRO. He sings throughout Southern California with vintage swing orchestra Mora's Modern Rhythmists, at the Chandler Pavillion, the Orpheum, Catalina’s Casino Ballroom and aboard HMS Queen Mary. The orchestra recently debuted as resident big band at the Cicada Club in downtown L.A. and Damon is featured on their CDs “Goblin Market” and “Devil’s Serenade.” Damon was raised on an organic family farm in Windsor, North Dakota (population: 33). Proud member of Actor’s Equity. Training: The Juilliard School. Website: www.damonkirsche.com
MTG ProductionsHigh Spirits (Charles Condomine) Fade Out / Fade In (Byron Prong) Finian's Rainbow (Woody Mahoney) Out of this World (Art O'Malley/Jupiter) Street Scene (Harry Easter) It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (Superman/Clark Kent) Li'l Abner (Li'l Abner Yokum) Do Re Mi (John Henry Wheeler) Lady in the Dark (Randy Curtis) Parade (Britt Craig) Jubilee (Elyot, Café Singer) Allegro (Joe Taylor, Jr.)
Carol Kline has worked in regional theatres all over the country including Hartford Stage, The Guthrie, ACT San Francisco, South Coast Rep, the Mark Taper Forum, San Francisco and Sante Fe Opera Companies, She has performed at Civic Light Operas such as Pittsburg's Benedum as Jack's Mother in INTO THE WOODS, Widow Corney in Theatre League's tour OLIVER!, FIORELLO! , SWEENEY TODD, and SUNDAY IN THE PARK for Reprise! and Music Circus, Sacramento, where she has done more than 30 roles. Carol's work was awarded the Distinguished Artist Award of the Los Angeles Music Center in 1987 for her work with the Mark Taper Forum for such shows as STAND-UP TRAGEDY and HANDS OF ITS ENEMY. With Deaf West, Carol was nominated for a 2000 Ovation Award, playing Widow Corney IN OLIVER! and played to sold out audiences as Widow Douglas/Aunt Sally in BIG RIVER at the Taper; both shows were directed by Jeff Calhoun. She recorded Pardon My English and Sophisticated Ladies for the Gershwin Foundation and was honored to perform Mrs. Beaver in Disney's 2005 NARNIA, SONGS OF WONDER cd. Film and TV includes HONEY, I SHRUNK THE KIDS, POLAR EXPRESS, Showtime's VANISHING AMERICA, MELROSE PLACE, ER,, NYPD BLUES; Carol stars in the Academy Award nominated short film, SPLINTER. In 2004, Carol created a greeting card company, BROADWAY BABIES, to raise funds for MTG Educational Outreach Programs, www.broadwaybabies.org. Married to visual effects art director Marty Kline, her finest production to date is her beautiful daughter, Sara Ann. Carol has been a proud member of Actor's Equity since 1973.
MTG ProductionsRoad Show (Mrs. Stotesbury/Ensemble) Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Lady Beekman) The Golden Apple (Mother Hare/Circe) Sweet Smell of Success (Madge) A Catered Affair (Caterer/Delores) Titanic (Ida Straus) High Spirits (Madame Arcati) Fade Out / Fade In (Myra May Melrose/Ensemble) The Most Happy Fella (Marie) Street Scene (Emma Jones) A Man of No Importance (Mrs. Grace/Kitty) Redhead (Sarah Simpson) Little Mary Sunshine (Ernestine Von Liebedich) How Now Dow Jones (Mrs. Callahan) The Grass Harp (Dollyheart Talbo) The Robber Bridegroom (Goat's Mother) Yes, Yes Nanette (Ensemble) Take Me Along (Lily) Louisiana Purchase (Mme Bordelaise) Nine (Mama Magdelena) I Remember Mama (Dame Sybil Fitzgibbons) Bells Are Ringing (Sue)
Maura Megan Knowles has assembled an incredible cast and creative team for Insult to Injury, currently in pre-production. A bi-coastal actor/singer/writer, Maura's talents have led to a wide range of projects, from her roles in Francis Ford Coppola's Gidget, to the award winning rock musical Bare. She has also starred in a number of feature films, sharing the silver screen with Jeffrey Donovan, Laura Prepon, Scott Wolff, Anne Meara, and Warren Beatty, and has been a featured vocalist on numerous CD’s. In addition to Insult to Injury, Maura’s literary skills have created exciting opportunities, including being one of twelve songwriters accepted into the Mercer Great American Songwriting Program at Northwestern University in Chicago. A published writer in various media, Maura has written for trade publications, magazines and blogs (e.g., The Morselist). Her plays and musicals in development have also been featured in theatre festivals, including The Western Stage's Playwrights' Festival in Salinas, CA. Producing credits include the musical web series Insult to Injury, the critically acclaimed world premiere of Jay Duffer's play, Big Girl, Little World at the International Fringe Festival in New York City, the award-winning Musical Theatre Guild’s Lucky Stiff, Blood Brothers, and 70 Girls 70 in Los Angeles, CA, and salons/concerts with the Irish American Writers & Artists in New York. On the set of her first job in Los Angeles, Maura caught the eye of Warren Beatty, who upgraded her to a featured role in the film Bulworth. She's been active in the business ever since, guest starring on hit television shows such as Stitchers, Law & Order, Special Victims Unit, Medium, Lie to Me, Numbers, E.R., Girlfriends, Titus, Providence, Becker, and The Young and the Restless. She's also booked recurring roles on the new series Common Ground, Just Sayin’ and The Bold and the Beautiful. Pilots include What Would Trejo Do (Danny Trejo). Maura was inspired to write Insult to Injury based on her own life and death experiences, turning to her Irish American comedy roots. She believes that a balanced life is important, as it enriches the life of all artists. An avid traveler, a.k.a, The Wanderlust Queen, her singing career has taken her across the globe, inspiring her to trek throughout Europe with a recent visit to her motherland. She's also traveled to Ireland, Greece, Turkey, Bali, Thailand, Japan, China, Africa, the Seychelles, the Caribbean, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, French Polynesia, Canada, and throughout most of the United States including Hawaii and Alaska. Her guiding philosophy "It's not what happens to you in life. It's how you deal with it. Well, at least most of the time.” Maura, Mo, the Morselist, is the C.E.O. and founder of Mac-n-Mo’s, a Morselicious healthy baking company created in honor of her dad, Mac, and an International Integrative Board Certified Health Coach (A.A.D.P.). She is actively involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and has served on the host committee for Dr. Oz's non- profit organization, HealthCorps. You can find out more about her at her website www.mauramknowles.com, and see more of her work by checking out her YouTube Channel.
MTG ProductionsFinian's Rainbow (Sharon McLonergan) As Thousands Cheer (Revue It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (Ensemble) Merrily We Roll Along (Beth) A Man of No Importance (Adele) A Fantastick Evening (Company) Roberta (Anna) Lady in the Dark (Alison Du Bois) Little Mary Sunshine (Cora) Where's Charley (Kitty Verdun) A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (Ensemble) Plain And Fancy (Bessie) Yes, Yes Nanette (Ensemble) Once Upon A Mattress (Nightingale of Samarkan) Here's Love! (Tall Dame, Girl Scout) One Touch of Venus (Gloria) Girl Crazy (Flora) Finian's Rainbow (Sharon) A Man of No Importance (Adele)
Michael is a New York native who currently lives and works in Los Angeles. He crisscrossed the country in the original cast of the first national tour of THE PRODUCERS–-playing twelve parts a night, and understudying the lead roles of Max Bialystock and Roger Debris–-and in LES MISERABLES, as the “Master of the House,” Thenardier. Regionally, he’s played Herbie in GYPSY, Tateh in RAGTIME, Nathan in GUYS AND DOLLS, Milt in LAUGHTER ON THE 23RD FLOOR, Dimas in TRIUMPH OF LOVE, and Pseudolous, Hysterium and Marcus Lycus in various productions of A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM. Michael was nominated for an Ovation Award for his work in IMMORTALITY, produced by the Indecent Exposure theatre company, and most recently appeared alongside Jason Alexander, Martin Short, Patrick Warburton and Wayne Knight in THE ODD COUPLE for Reprise! TV viewers often recognize Michael from his role as the unscrupulous gang lawyer, Maury Levy on HBO’s acclaimed hit, “The Wire,” or from his many television appearances, including those on “Studio 60,” “Without a Trace,” “Life,” “ER,” “The Closer,” “Boston Legal,” “The West Wing,” “Veronica Mars,” “King of Queens,” “The Geena Davis Show,” and so on. Michael is the author of the popular book, LETTERS FROM BACKSTAGE: THE ADVENTURES OF A TOURING STAGE ACTOR, (available at Amazon), and the co-creator and writer of his own two-man show, A LITTLE TRAVELING MUSIC (with fellow MTG-er, Eric Leviton) which received New York's 2006 Nightlife Award for “Best Cabaret Performance.”.
MTG ProductionsIrma La Douce (Bob Le Hotu, Proprietor of the Bar des Inquiets) Fade In / Fade Out (Ralph Governor/Ensemble) Kiss of the Spider Woman (Warden / Ensemble) The Fix (Grahame Chandler) As Thousands Cheer (Revue) The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Cedric Moncreiffe / Reverend Crisparkle) It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (Dr. Abner Sedgwick) Li'l Abner (General Bullmoose) Do Re Mi (Hubie Cram)
Marsha Kramer created the role of Wendy in Sandy Duncan’s PETER PAN on Broadway and for the national tour. She was Agnes Gooch to Juliet Prowse’s MAME at Harrah’s Tahoe and on a California tour. In the Los Angeles area her roles have included various Madames in THE GRAND TOUR at the Colony Theatre, Alma Hix in THE MUSIC MAN at the Hollywood Bowl with Eric McCormack, Lynne in Pasadena Playhouse’s STEPPING OUT, Nina in THE COCKTAIL HOUR, 2nd Actress in THE DINING ROOM, Amy in COMPANY with Carol Burnett, Mickey in MY ONE AND ONLY, Susan in THE DESERT SONG, and the Usherette in BLAME IT ON THE MOVIES! Regionally she has appeared in THE SECRET GARDEN as Martha and SHOWBOAT as Ellie. Her television credits include Her television credits include "Modern Family", "Eagleheart", "General Hospital", "Days of Our Lives", "Malcolm in the Middle", "State of Grace", "Port Charles", "Titus", "Frasier", "Ally McBeal", "Touched By An Angel", "Nothing Sacred", "Love and War", "Cheers", "Life Goes On", "Newhart", and "The Bill Cosby Show" as well as the film "On Edge". She has participated in numerous STAGE and PAWS benefits. A UCLA graduate, Marsha attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and is the recipient of a Robby Award and four Los Angeles Drama -Logue Awards. She is also a founding member of another play reading group, Classic & Contemporary American Plays (CCAP), and a proud member of Actors’ Equity.
MTG ProductionsA Catered Affair (Aggie) Fanny (Honorine) 70, Girls, 70 (Ida) High Spirits (Mrs. Bradman/Ensemble) Fade Out / Fade In (Dora Dailey/Ensemble) Out of this World (Juno) As Thousands Cheer (Revue) A Man of No Importance (Miss Crowe) My Favorite Year (Daisy, Maxford House Girl) I Can Get It For You Wholesale (Mrs. Bogen) Lucky Stiff (Landlady, Nurse, Southern Lady, Hotel Maid) Extraordinary! A Tribute To Stephen Schwartz Working (Grace, Delores) A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (Cissy) Two By Two (Leah) Rags (Social Worker, Ophelia) Carnival (Gladys Zuwicki/Bluebird Girl) Once Upon A Mattress (Princess Winifred) Here's Love! (Mrs. Finfer, Clara) The Apple Tree (Ensemble) Say It With Music Bravo! Say It With Music
Roy has played husbands, farmers, Dickensian pickpockets, bartenders, noblemen, ballet composers, Bard-spouting gangsters, disciples, Victorian women, carnival barkers, Pilgrims, Cookies, embittered puppeteers, Jewish dairymen, piano players, disembodied voices, cockneys, mad doctors, fast-talking salesmen, Russian Impresarios, comic strip dogs, hotel desk clerks, British AND Japanese Lords, gay alcoholics and several exceedingly mediocre nightclub performers. Working with directors as diverse as George Abbott and The Coen Brothers, performers as varied as Rosemary Harris and Roger Daltrey (in one show!), and in venues ranging from The Hollywood Bowl to shopping malls to The Grand Ol’ Opry to State Fairs to Walt Disney Concert Hall, Roy has performed in 48 states, 5 countries and on 4 networks and has received numerous Dramalogue, LA Weekly and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle awards for performing, writing and musical direction.
MTG Productions70, Girls, 70 (Walter) Irma La Douce (M. Bougne, a Ballroom Owner) Finian's Rainbow (Buzz Collins) The Mystery of Edwin Drood (William Cartright / Chairman / Mayor Sapsea) A Connecticut Yankee (Ensemble) Merrily We Roll Along (Terry/Mr. Spencer/Ensemble) The Roar of the Greasepaint (Sir) A Man of No Importance (Ernie) Sail Away (Mr. Candijack, Steward, Vendor)
Ashley recently released her solo album "First Real Love," which she co-produced with King Kozmo/ Jazzheads Records. Broadway National Tours include WICKED and LES MISERABLES. Regionally, she has appeared in SUNSET BOULEVARD, S'WONDERFUL (Musical Theatre West), SWEENEY TODD (Cygnet Theatre), HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS! (The Old Globe), BABY (North Coast Repertory), CALL ME MADAM (Goodspeed), EVITA (Helen Hayes) and A CHORUS LINE (Seacoast Repertory). Film/ TV credits include Amy Sawyer on "White Collar," "Have Dreams, Will Travel" and the voice of Natalie on "Pokemon." As a voiceover artist, she has lent her voice to many projects including "Babes in Toyland" for MGM, the "Spike & Mike" series and large brands like Jack in the Box, NY Lottery, Captain Morgan, FAO Schwarz, Google and FENDI. She has written numerous songs for "Holiday Magic," a charity organization bringing music to Children's Hospitals during the holidays, and she also writes for various lifestyle magazines. Ashley received her BFA from The Boston Conservatory and continued her training at Upright Citizens Brigade in NYC/LA and Groundlings in Los Angeles. She is a proud member of AEA & SAG-AFTRA and is currently on staff at the Youth Academy of Dramatic Arts. Please visit www.ashleyfoxlinton.com.
MTG ProductionsDo I Hear a Waltz (Jennifer Yaeger) Bonnie & Clyde (Bonnie Parker) Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Ensemble) Sweet Smell of Success (Susan Hunsecker) Death Takes a Holiday (Grazia Lamberti) Wonderful Town (Helen) City of Angels (Avril/Mallory) Girl Crazy (Fauna)
Credits include: Betty Blake – THE WILL ROGERS FOLLIES (CLO South Bay Cities, Music Theatre of Wichita, Musical Theatre West, Fullerton CLO, Cabrillo Music Theatre); Sally Bowles – CABARET (CLO South Bay Cities), Irene – CRAZY FOR YOU (McCoy / Rigby Productions & CLO South Bay Cities); The Witch - INTO THE WOODS (Musical Theatre West & Performance Riverside), Mona - THE NEW YORKERS (Musical Theatre West); Domina - …FORUM (Santa Barbara CLO); Cassie & Sheila - A CHORUS LINE (San Gabriel CLO); Reno Sweeny - ANYTHING GOES; and Claudine - CAN CAN with Gretchen Wyler, Lucille - NO, NO, NANETTE with Nanette Fabray, Gavin Mcleod and Kay Ballard, Dorothy Flynn - NIGHT CLUB CONFIDENTIAL with Barbara Eden (all for Long Beach CLO). She also appeared in the Southern California Premiere of GUN-SHY, West Coast Premiere of the musical GUNMETAL BLUES (Cast Recording) and WORKING, all at the Laguna Playhouse. Future projects include: Tessie Tura – GYPSY (Downey CLO), Ethel - FOOTLOOSE (Musical Theatre of Wichita) and Meg - BRIGADOON (Sacramento Music Circus).
MTG ProductionsHigh Spirits (Ensemble) Stop the World, I Want to Get Off (Evie, Anya, Ilse and Ginnie) Violet (Old Lady, Hotel Singer, Old Lady 2) The Most Happy Fella (Napa Valley Resident) Blood Brothers (Woman 1) A Connecticut Yankee (Angela) It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (Sydney) Merrily We Roll Along (K.T./Ensemble) Little Mary Sunshine (Blanche)
Melissa is happy to be a part of this wonderful company! She has been seen in MTG's productions of THE FIX (Donna), THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD (Drood) and A CONNECTICUT YANKEE (Alice/Sandy). Some of her other credits include the National Touring Company of LES MISERABLES (Eponine), PETER PAN (Peter Cabrillo Music Theatre), ONCE UPON A MATTRESS (Lady Larken director Carol Burnett) and the television show "Passions". Melissa is the singing voice of Barbie for several toys and animated features, including the recently released "Barbie as the Island Princess". BA in Music, UCLA and a proud member of AEA. Always for my husband, Ken.
MTG ProductionsStop the World, I Want to Get Off (Ensemble) Seesaw (Citizen of New York) The Fix (Donna) Mystery of Edwin Drood (Alice Nutting / Edwin Drood / Datchery) A Connecticut Yankee (Alice/Sandy)
Broadway/National Tours: WIZARD OF OZ starring Mickey Rooney, Joanne Worley & Eartha Kitt (Dorothy U/S), Maggie/Connie - A CHORUS LINE (European/Canadian Tours) Regional: Minnie Fay - HELLO DOLLY! (w/ Lenny Wolpe and Carol Swarbrick) at Sacramento Music Circus, Cecily - THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST at the Grove Theatre Center, Sally - YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN (revival version), Little Red Riding Hood - INTO THE WOODS, Mona - COME BACK TO THE FIVE & DIME and Connie Francis/Brenda Lee - BEEHIVE! Shauna is honored to have this opportunity to work with the Musical Theatre Guild and thanks her family for their constant love and support.
MTG ProductionsDas Barbecu (Brünnhilde, Norn, Texas Ranger, Rivermaiden) Finian's Rainbow (Resident of Rainbow Valley) The Roar of the Greasepaint (The Kid) Sail Away (Mrs. Candijack) Redhead (May) Lady in the Dark (Miss Foster) Little Mary Sunshine (Henrietta) Saturday Night (Mildred) How Now Dow Jones (Reporter/Ensemble) Working (Babe Secoli-supermarket checker, Sharon Atkins-receptionist)
Credits: PARADE, LITTLE MARY SUNSHINE, ROBERTA, SAIL AWAY, NO, NO, NANETTE, SUPERMAN, STREET SCENE, BLOOD BROTHERS and THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD (MTG), BIG RIVER (Taper), BIG RIVER and OLIVER! (DWT), BACK TO BACHARACH (Sierra Rep), ASSASSINS and GODSPELL (Knightsbridge), SWEENEY TODD (Gold Coast) and DORIAN GRAY (OpenStage). He received his BA in Musical Theatre from the University of Northern Colorado. William would like to thank his wonderful father for his endless support.
MTG ProductionsTitanic (Bandmaster Wallace Hartley) Fanny (Escartifique) High Fidelity (Ian) High Spirits (Dr. Bradman/Ensemble) Finian's Rainbow (Resident of Rainbow Valley) As Thousands Cheer (Revue) The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Victor Grinstead / Neville Landess) Blood Brothers (Eddie Lyons) A Connecticut Yankee (Ensemble) Street Scene (Daniel Buchanan) It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (Jim Morgan) Merrily We Roll Along (Ru/Ensemble) No, No, Nanette (Tom) Do Re Mi (Senator Rogers, Ensemble) Sail Away (Passenger, Steward) Roberta (Billie) Lady in the Dark (Ensemble) Parade (Prison Guard)
John Massey created the role of the Genie in DISNEY'S BELIEVE aboard the cruise ship, the Disney Dream and toured North America as Howard Cunningham in Garry Marshall and Paul Williams' HAPPY DAYS - A New Musical. John’s 25 years of regional credits include: The Piano Player in GUNMETAL BLUES for Ensemble Theatre of Santa Barbara, Mr. Mushnik in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS and Herr Schultz in CABARET for the Moonlight Amphitheater; Dimas in TRIUMPH OF LOVE (with Eden Espinosa) for Performance Riverside as well as John Hancock in their LA Ovation Award winning production of 1776; Moonface in ANYTHING GOES (with Kevin Earley and Lesli Margherita) and Zeke/The Cowardly Lion in THE WIZARD OF OZ for Musical Theatre West. Other credits include: Pseudolus in A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM; Tevye in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF; The Chairman in THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD and the title role in SWEENEY TODD. John received LA Ovation Award nominations for his work as Dave Bukatinsky in THE FULL MONTY (2007- Musical Theatre West) and as Nicely-Nicely Johnson in GUYS AND DOLLS (2005- Musical Theatre West). John is also an accomplished director, musical director, pianist and conductor and vocal arranger; having staged and/or conducted over 75 productions. Favorites include productions of : ASSASSINS, A CHORUS LINE, SEUSSICAL, SWEENEY TODD, QUILTERS, WEIRD ROMANCE, THE SECRET GARDEN, CHESS, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, BEEHIVE and RUTHLESS! John has composed incidental music for several plays and is researching ideas for a new musical. He is also in the process of recording his debut CD.
Craig McEldowney is excited to be joining MTG and helping to bring these forgotten classics to new audiences. Recent SoCal credits: World Premiere of SERRANO at The Matrix, RAGTIME (Father) with 3D Theatricals, SHOW BOAT (Gaylord Ravenal) with Opera San Luis Obispo, THE STORY OF MY LIFE (Thomas) with CV Rep, THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD (Jasper) with Actor’s Co-Op, THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE (Leaf Coneybear) at the El Portal. Selected regional/tour credits include JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, GREASE, WE WILL ROCK YOU, and more. Craig is also a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, has played all over SoCal. Proud AEA member and graduate of University of Michigan. Chirp: @craigmceldowney, Click: craigmc.org, Stalk: facebook.com/craigmceldowney
MTG ProductionsRoad Show (Addison)
Erik is quite honored to be a member of MTG! Credits include: Old Globe Theatre: How The Grinch Stole Christmas! Ensemble and Young Max u/s. Off-Broadway: Let’s Face It, Good News, Drat! The Cat!, Shinbone Alley, Mademoiselle Modiste. Regional: Backwards in High Heels, White Christmas (FCLO), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Altar Boyz (Welk), Bark! (Coast Playhouse), Scarlet Pimpernel (Musical Theatre West), Into The Woods, 42nd Street, Crazy for You, Gypsy (Moonlight Amphitheatre), 7 Brides for 7 Brothers (Startlight), Hello Dolly (Lamb’s Players) Jesus Christ Superstar (Performance Riverside) . Film: Fencewalker TV: Law and Order: SVU, The Daily Show. He earned his BFA in Theatre/Dance from Chapman University and continued his studies, taking class from numerous mentors in NYC for seven years. He can also be seen behind the scenes styling wigs and hair for Editorial, Film, TV, and Theatre. A proud member of Actors Equity Association. www.erikmcewen.com I have to thank my constant inspiration, my mom.
MTG ProductionsA New Brain (The Minister) 70, Girls, 70 (Eddie) The Fix (Ensemble)
A graduate of the Boston Conservatory, Kevin has been featured in the 1st National Touring Companies of WICKED, CITY OF ANGELS and the Off-Broadway revival of LITTLE MOON OF ALBAN. Other recent credits include Frank-N-Furter in THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW (Fonda Theatre, Hollywood, Flamingo, Las Vegas, Ogden Theatre Denver), SWEENEY TODD (Sacramento Music Circus). For his work as “Malcolm” in the Musical Theatre West production of THE FULL MONTY, he received an Ovation Nomination for Best Featured Actor. Other recent credits include: SWEENEY TODD (Sacramento Music Circus), A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (South Coast Repertory), I LEFT MY HEART (Welk Resort), THE FULL MONTY (San Diego Musical Theatre), THE ROAR OF THE GREASEPAINT (Starlight), SWEET CHARITY (Moonlight), ME AND MY GIRL and CRAZY FOR YOU (Musical Theatre West), plus TITANIC and THE SECRET GARDEN (CLOSBC). For over two years he co-starred as "Jinx" in the San Diego company of FOREVER PLAID a role he also played in the Las Vegas, Cabrillo, Welk Resort, Laguna Playhouse, McCoy-Rigby and touring productions, winning numerous awards. In addition, he has appeared in three other productions of A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (Ahmanson at the Doolittle Theatre, Gem Theatre and Theatre West), MARRY ME A LITTLE (American Conservatory Theatre and Coronet Theatre), SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (Paper Mill Playhouse), THE FANTASTICS (Ford’s Theatre), AN UNFINISHED SONG (Charles Playhouse), GREASE (Sacramento Music Circus, Southern Arizona Light Opera), BRIGADOON (West Coast Opera), CINDERELLA (St. Louis MUNY) and LOVE OF A PIG (Andrews Lane Theatre - Dublin, Ireland). For his work with Los Angeles' Storybook Theatre, he received the Valley Theatre League Artistic Director Award. Kevin is a featured soloist on six compilation CD's on the Rialto/Shadowland label and has appeared in film, television and commercials. His debut solo CD, "Mirror", was released in the fall of 2000 and is available at Amazon.com and on iTunes. Kevin is proud to serve as a Councillor to the National Governing Board of Actors' Equity Association. He is also the creator of THE HISTORY OF MUSICAL THEATRE (IN 42 MINUTES AND 28 SECONDS) and FROM THE PAGE TO THE STAGE, MTG's youth educational pieces, currently part of the Music Center on Tour series. www.kevin-mcmahon.com
MTG ProductionsGentlemen Prefer Blondes (Gus Esmond) A New Brain (Gordon) Out of this World (Apollo) The Roar of the Greasepaint (Cocky) A Man of No Importance (Breton/Peter) Sail Away (Barnaby Slade) Roberta (Ladislaw) (Long Beach) Redhead (George Poppett) Little Mary Sunshine (Billy Jester) Allegro (Harry Buckley) Saturday Night (Hank) Extraordinary! A Tribute To Stephen Schwartz The Grass Harp (Narrator) The Robber Bridegroom (Goat) Rags (American) The Rink (Lucky) Louisiana Purchase (Lee Davis) Passion (Encore Presentation) (Major Rizzolli) Passion (Major Rizzolli) Colette Collage
Todd is no stranger to MTG having directed and choreographed their productions of A New Brain, Little Me, Seesaw, Out of This World, Merrily We Roll Along, Roar of the Greasepaint..., Where’s Charley?, Plain and Fancy and Rags. Recent directing projects include Dames At Sea for the Colony, The Wiz for the AMDA, The Robber Bridegroom for ICT, Urinetown for Chapman University and 1776 for Glendale Centre Theatre. Todd served as Resident Director for the Cheetah National tour of Disney’s The Lion King. Other past projects include White Christmas for Cabrillo Music Theatre, Lend Me a Tenor and Godspell for Chapman, Phantom for Moonlight Stage Productions, No Sex Please We’re British for the Norris Theatre, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune and How the Other Half Loves at ICT, Plaid Tidings for the Oregon Cabaret Theatre, Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Welk Resort and Disney’s Beauty and the Beast for the Croswell Opera House. Todd has also worked extensively with the Nine O’Clock Players, a charity organization that produces children’s theatre. As a performer Todd most recently appeared in She Loves Me for Alpine Theatre Project in Montana and South Bay CLO. Other performances include Annie, 1776 and The Wizard of Oz for Musical Theatre West, The Emperor’s New Clothes for South Coast Repertory, Leading Ladies for Norris Theatre, Side Show, City of Angels, Putting It Together, An Ideal Husband, Our Country’s Good, Incident at Vichy, How to Succeed... and Working for the Colony Theatre, Wonderful Town for Reprise and Me and My Girl for the Grand.
MTG ProductionsComing soon...
Brandon is thrilled and honored to be joining the Musical Theatre Guild as a new member. MTG credits include Gabriel in Kiss of the Spider Woman, the Postman in The Most Happy Fella and Frankie in The Fix. Last year, he starred alongside Millicent Martin in Ray Cooney's world premiere musical, Twice Upon a Time for South Bay CLO. He was also seen in their workshop production of the musical The Cotton Club. Brandon has performed in workshops and readings throughout Los Angeles with organizations such as the Academy for New Musical Theatre, LA Writer’s Center and the Disney/ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop. Favorite credits include Parade, Brigadoon, Phantom, Damn Yankees, Kiss Me Kate, The Winter’s Tale, The Crucible and Inherit the Wind. Graduate of Wright State University, BFA in Acting/Musical Theatre. Proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.
MTG ProductionsIrma La Douce (Frangipane, a Mec) High Spirits (Ensemble) Stop the World, I Want to Get Off (Ensemble) Violet (Monty) Kiss of the Spider Woman (Gabriel / Ensemble) The Most Happy Fella (Cashier, Postman, Various Townsfolk) The Fix (Frankie Diamonte)
Lisa Picotte starred as Tanqueray in the West coast premiere of DON'T TELL MAMA with Teri Ralston. Los Angeles audiences also saw her play Amy in the critically acclaimed production of COMPANY at West Coast Ensemble, for which she won both Drama-Logue and Garland Awards. She played Angela in the West Coast premiere of James Duff's A QUARREL OF SPARROWS (L.A. Weekly Award nominee) and created the role of Claire in John Ford Noonan's MUSIC FROM DOWN THE HILL (Drama-Logue Award). Other favorite roles include the pet TV set in SOMEONE'S KNOCKING, Molly in JAKE'S WOMEN, Lucrezia in THE MANDRAKE, Daisy in BILOXI BLUES, Nonie in THE ROSE SHRINE, Sally in SNOOPY, Chava in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, Maria in WEST SIDE STORY, and Leisel in THE SOUND OF MUSIC. Lisa toured the U. S. and Ireland as Janie in QUILTERS (Drama-Logue Award). Film credits: Go West, The Homestead, Strange Days, Betting and Limits, Invisible, That's Life, Gloria and Pat and Say Anything. Television guest star roles include: The X Files, Step by Step, Wings, Howe High, Freddy's Nightmares, Out of this World, Falcon Crest, Highway to Heaven, Tribes and the MOW Matters of the Heart with Jane Seymour. She starred in the CBS series His and Hers with Martin Mull land has had recurring roles on such shows as Married with Children, Great Scott! Days of Our Lives and General hospital and her voice can be heard on the new children's musical Threads, available on CD soon. Lisa spent the past summer in London, studying Shakespeare at the Royal National Theatre.
MTG ProductionsTitanic (Mme. Aubert) The Fix (Maria) Merrily We Roll Along (Mary Flynn) Do Re Mi (Senator Redfield, Ensemble) Sail Away (Mrs. Lush) I Can Get It For You Wholesale (Blanche Bushkin) Parade (Mrs. Phagan) Jubilee (Mrs. Watkins, Cafe Martinique MC, Secretary, 1st Bather) Allegro (Molly) A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (Hildy) Louisiana Purchase (Emmy Lou) I Remember Mama (Ensemble) Bells Are Ringing (Ensemble)
Very Proud to be back with MTG! Born and raised in San Bernardino Ca.
Credits Include: Banzi – THE LION KING (Pantages Theatre Los Angeles.) Annis – JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (U/S Tour McCoy/Rigby). SMOKEY JOE’S CAFÉ (1st U/S tour, Australia, Japan, Germany, Las Vegas with Gladys Knight. Little Moe – FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE (Broadway, U/S Tour / L.A. Ovation Awards – Best Supporting Actor in a Musical). Master of Magic EFX (Las Vegas, MGM. Mic hael Crawford’s U/S.) Marcellus – THE MUSIC MAN (West Coast Tour Theatre League). Richie - A CHOURUS LINE (Santa Barbara CLO). Benny Southstreet – GUYS & DOLLS (Sacramento Music Circus, McCoy/Rigby.) Barnaby – HELLO DOLLY (Sacramento Music Circus.) Judah – JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNO COLORED DREAM COAT (The Muny, St. Louise, MO., Starlight Theater Kansas City, MO.) Ken – AINT’ MISBEHAVEN (CLO South Bay Cities.) Rhythm Boy – MY ONE AND ONLY (Long Beach CLO, Sacramento Music Circus, San Jose CLO, Casa Manana, Ft, Worth TX. Claridge Hotel Atlantic City, N.J. Chip – ON THE TOWN (Casa Manana Ft, Worth TX. Ensemble – RAGTIME (Musical Theater West)
Directed and Choreographed - SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE at the El Portal Theater in North Hollywood. L.A. Times Critics Choice, and has choreographed the show numerous times with Director Glenn Casale, with the blessings of Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller and Corky Hale Stoller.
He also has Written, Directed and Choreographed tributes for the Hillcrest Country Club, THE MAGIC OF MOTOWN with B. Gordy and THE MUSIC OF LEIBER AND STOLLER which was also performed at Poway Performing Arts.
MTG ProductionsChess (Ensemble) Irma La Douce (Persil Le Noir, a Mec) High Spirits (Ensemble) Fade Out / Fade In (Lou Williams/Ensemble) Stop the World, I Want to Get Off (Ensemble) I Remember Mama (Ensemble) Over Here (Sam) Say It with Music Bravo! (Dancer)
Larry Raben recently completed a stint starring as Leo Bloom in the Las Vegas production of Mel Brook's THE PRODUCERS. This came after playing Leo and Carmen Ghia on Broadway in the New York production. He is best known to LA audiences as Sparky in FOREVER PLAID at the Canon Theatre (Ovation Award, L.A. Drama-Critics, and Dramalogue Awards). He also appeared in the original New York and London West End (Apollo Theatre) productions. While in London he performed a command performance for Queen Elizabeth II and had an audience with her. Other NYC credits include: CHESS revival in concert at Broadway's New Amsterdam Theatre and two appearances at Carnegie Hall-NOEL COWARD TRIBUTE and A CELEBRATION OF MGM MUSICALS. Regional favorites include: Ross in BRIGHT IDEAS (Laguna Playhouse), Ens. Pulver in MISTER ROBERTS (Old Globe Theatre), Man #1 in I LOVE YOU, YOU?RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE (Off-Broadway and LA productions), Hysterium in A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (SBCLO), Man in THE THING ABOUT MEN (American Stage Company, Broward Center), Jerry/Daphne in SUGAR (Gateway Playhouse), Bryce in THE BIG BANG (Norris Center), Josh Baskin in BIG, the MUSICAL, Francis in BELLS ARE RINGING (Reprise), Cornelius Hackl in HELLO, DOLLY! (Pittsburgh CLO), Charlie Chaplin in CHAPLIN (Best Actor 'Handy' award winner), Sparky in PLAID TIDINGS (Pasadena Playhouse), and Finch in HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TR YING. Films include: LOST AND FOUND, THINGS TO DO IN DENVER WHEN YOU'RE DEAD, CAB TO CANADA, NIGHT OF THE RUNNING MAN. Television appearances include: GENETICALLY CHALLENGED (2006 WB TV Pilot), PARTY OF FIVE, CAB TO CANADA, CAROLINE IN THE CITY, THE TONIGHT SHOW, GENERAL HOSPITAL, WORKING, SUNSET BEACH. Larry is also an accomplished director who recently directed an awardin g winning production of SWEET CHARITY in Buenos Aires on the Corrietes, BA's Broadway district, and the first post-Broadway staging of NEVER GONNA DANCE starring Tony winner Harriet Harris in LA (2006). Other directing highlights: many international and US stagings of FOREVER PLAID, ALWAYS PATSY CLINE, I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE, HOLLYWOOD'S HEYDAY, THE THING ABOUT MEN, CYRANO, HOT IN HOLLYWOOD, SINGIN' IN THE RAIN and THE PRODUCERS. Mr. Raben completed principal shooting on FOREVER PLAID: THE MOVIE in August '08 which is scheduled for release this Christmas.
MTG ProductionsThe Wild Party My Favorite Year (Floor Manager, Roquefort) Floyd Collins (Reporter #3/Cliff Roney) How Now Dow Jones (Charley) Falsettos (Whizzer) On The Twentieth Century (Porter) Once Upon A Mattress (The Minstrel)
Mark C. Reis - is pleased for the opportunity to become an associate member of the Music Theatre Guild. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Mark earned his BFA in Ballet/Musical Theatre from The University of Utah, and then moved to New York City to begin his career as a dancer. Summer Stock, Regional Theatres, European Tours (42ND STREET choreographed by Jon Engstrom), National Tours (CHICAGO with Charlotte D'Amboise, Jasmine Guy and Obba Babatunde; FUNNY GIRL starring Deborah Gibson; and JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR with Ted Kneely and the late Carl Anderson) and finally Broadway (with a bit of temp work and catering smattered in between) all seemed to be nice steps that led him from one memorable experience to another. Theatre by the Sea (KISS ME KATE with David Engel, GEORGE M! and LA CAGE AUX FOLLES) North Carolina Theatre (HELLO DOLLY!, GYPSY, and PIRATES of PENZANCE with Terrance Mann) North Shore Music Theatre (OKLAHOMA!) Pioneer Theatre Company (A CHORUS LINE, MY ONE AND ONLY, ON YOUR TOES all directed and choreographed by Patti D'Beck) Radio City Music Hall (THE EASTER SHOW), Goodspeed Opera House (PAINT YOUR WAGON choreographed by Tony Stevens), Paper Mill Playhouse (RED, HOT, and COLE choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler) and finally the Schubert Theatre on 44th St. in the Broadway Company of FOSSE (with Broadway legends Ann Reinking, Ben Vereen, Bebe Neuwirth, and your very own Jane Lanier). All of these experiences were wonderful opportunities, shows to be a part of, and brought with them a long list of valuable friendships. In Los Angeles, Mark has worked for Reprise (ON YOUR TOES directed by Dan Mojica, choreographed by Lee Martino, and starring Stephanie Powers), Music Theatre West (THE PRODUCERS with your very own Michael Kostroff and David Engel) and Music Theatre Guild (KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN choreographed by Jane Lanier). Mark continues to choreograph, teach tap, theatre dance and yoga, has discovered the art of writing and storytelling, and has become a licensed massage therapist. He takes extreme pride as a new father to his and his partner Phil's two and a half year old adoptive son Bodhi. Life keeps him busy, but Mark is always thankful for the opportunity to stay connected with his first true love and passion - performing.
MTG ProductionsThe Golden Apple Fanny Shenandoah
Glenn Rosenblum has been seen regionally on stage in musicals including Cabaret (Emcee), Guys and Dolls (Nathan Detroit), Man of La Mancha (Barber) and Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour). He also played himself in Annabelle Gurwitch’s hit comedy Fired!, recorded for National Public Radio at Los Angeles Theatre Works. His off-Broadway credits include Lucky Lucy and the Fortune Man starring Blythe Danner, Little Mighty with Sam Harris, and Rise of David Levinsky. Television work includes an Old Navy commercial with Kristin Chenoweth, Bones and Miami Vice. He was a participant in Master Classes at the Sundance Institute and Johnny Mercer Foundation’s Power of American Popular Song with teachers Margaret Whiting, Melissa Manchester, Billy Stritch, Charles Strouse and Jimmy Webb. Recently he has been traveling the world as a guest lecturer about Broadway Musicals on Crystal Cruises. Glenn holds a Bachelor Arts degree in theatre from UCLA, and has attended USC and Hofstra University. http://www.celebrityaccessinc.com
Jennifer Shelton toured with the 1st National Co. of Ragtime (Livent). She’s performed with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra/LA Philharmonic, CLO of South Bay Cities, Laguna Playhouse, McCoy Rigby, and Sacramento’s Music Circus. Jennifer’s also a frequent headliner at the Carpenter Center, Long Beach Symphony, and Pacific Southwest Symphony. Favorite credits: The All Night Strut and Jacques Brel is Alive … for The Colony; Let’s Misbehave (Alice), Master Class (Sharon), Ain’t Misbehavin (Nell), Songs for a New World (Woman 1), Five Course Love, The Story (Yvonne), Honk! (Maureen/Queenie), and Swinging on a Star for ICT; Fanny (Fanny), One Touch of Venus (Venus), Kiss of the Spider Woman (Spider Woman), It’s a Bird … Superman! (Lois Lane), As Thousands Cheer, and Do Re Mi (Tilda) for Musical Theatre Guild; Proof (Claire), The Baby Dance (Rachel), And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little (Ceil), and A Raisin in the Sun (Ruth) for CCAP; Man of La Mancha (Aldonza) for the Rubicon; Into the Woods (Cinderella) for Lamb’s Players; Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Ragtime (Sarah) and Hello, Dolly! (Irene Molloy) for Moonlight Amphitheater; Hot Mikado (Yum-Yum) and World Goes ‘Round for Musical Theatre West; Rosemary in How to Succeed… for Starlight; and Sarah in Guys and Dolls. She’s a proud member of Actors Equity Association. jennifer-shelton.com
MTG ProductionsFanny (Fanny) One Touch of Venus (Venus) Stop the World, I Want to Get Off (Ensemble) Kiss of the Spider Woman (Spider Woman / Aurora) As Thousands Cheer (Revue) Street Scene (Mrs. Buchannan) It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (Lois Lane) No, No, Nanette (Winnie) Do Re Mi (Tilde Mullen) Lady in the Dark (Ensemble)
Glenn has toured nationally with STARLIGHT EXPRESS (Hashimoto), THE KING AND I starring Debby Boone (Interpreter/Phra Alack), EVITA starring Valerie Perri (General/Eva Aide), ANNIE GET YOUR GUN starring Donna McKechnie and Laurence Guittard, MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS and 42ND STREET. He most recently appeared in THE KING AND I starring Deborah Gibson (Kralahome - Cabrillo Music Theatre) and is currently performing at Disney's California Adventure as the Narrator/Sultan in ALADDIN–A MUSICAL SPECTACULAR. Regional credits include the Ovation Award winning shows MISS SAIGON (Assistant Commissar - CLO of South Bay Cities), ANYTHING GOES (John - Reprise!) and EMPIRE (Pomahac - Hudson Backstage Theatre). Other credits include MAME (Ito), MAN OF LA MANCHA (José) and CHILDREN OF EDEN (Snake/Storyteller). He has also had the pleasure of working seven summers at the Sacramento Music Circus. On television, Glenn has been featured on "It's All Relative", "Mrs. Santa Claus" starring Angela Lansbury, "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno, "General Hospital" and "Passions".
MTG ProductionsThe Mystery of Edwin Drood (James Throttle) Li'l Abner (Available Jones) No, No, Nanette (Ensemble) Redhead (Ensemble) My Favorite Year (Rookie Carroca) Dear World (President 3) Jubilee (Tour Guide, Sandwich Board Man, Process Server, Steele, Man on Beach #2) Allegro (Bertram)
Alyssa M. Simmons was last seen as Ilse in SPRING AWAKENING (La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts), Penny Pingleton in HAIRSPRAY (3-D Theatricals), and Esther in MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS (Cabrillo Music Theatre). She worked with creator Roger Bean in originating the role of Willow in SUMMER OF LOVE (World Premiere - Musical Theatre West). MTG: Jo in LITTLE WOMEN and Reporter/Hungarian Woman in CHESS. Other favorites: Andrina in DISNEY’S THE LITTLE MERMAID (US Regional Premiere - Tuacahn Center for the Arts), Jan in GREASE, Jeannie in HAIR, and Olive Ostrovsky in THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE. Alyssa is part of a musical comedy duo called Former Fat Kids Society. Their original web series “OREGONe” will premiere this November. Check out their videos at vimeo.com/ffksociety.
MTG ProductionsSweet Smell of Success City of Angels
Leslie’s favorite recent theatre work includes playing the Stepmother in INTO THE WOODS and Sally Slaton in PARADE with 3D Theatricals and playing a lead role in STEEL PIER w MTW’s Reiner Reading Series. She also loved Empress in CINNAMON GIRL w Playwright’s Arena, Faye in CHAPTER TWO at Laguna Playhouse, Veronica in GOD OF CARNAGE with ICT and June in CHICAGO at the Hollywood Bowl. On Broadway, Leslie originated the role of Anne in LA CAGE AUX FOLLES and appeared in VICTOR/VICTORIA with Julie Andrews. Other credits include: LA Opera – Darko Tresnac, Director; GHOSTS OF VERSAILLES - Dancing Aristocrat - Bruce Kimmel, Director – INSIDE OUT – Dena; Circle X Theatre Co – Stella Powell-Jones, Director – TREVOR – Sandra u/s (covering Laurie Metcalf); and 3D Theatricals – TJ Dawson, Director – SIDE SHOW – Choreographer On camera work includes the features THE BOARDER and THRESHOLD (2015), several festival-winning short films and guest appearances on Criminal Minds, Revenge, True Blood and Private Practice. IMDB: Leslie Stevens
Most recently, Kevin appeared in No Way to Treat a Lady at the Colony Theatre and She Loves Me at the Rubicon Theatre. Also at the Colony he appeared in Rounding Third, Stage Struck, Gunmetal Blues, The Nerd and Beautiful in the Extreme. At Laguna Playhouse he appeared in Leaving Iowa, Alexandros, Shear Madness, The Constant Wife, Rounding Third, Tabletop and Spinning Into Butter. Other theatre credits include Twice Upon A Time (South Bay Cities C.L.O.); Wicked City Blues (York Theatre, Off-Broadway); New World (MET Theatre); Tallulah and Tennessee with Betty Garrett, The Trial of Othello, Baby Cradle and All and Steve Allen’s A Christmas Carol (Theatre West); Demon Wine with Tom Waits and Bill Pullman, Death of a Salesman, The Crucible and Boys’ Life (Los Angeles Theatre Center); Our Town (Grove Shakespeare); Finding the Sun directed by Edward Albee and The Hairy Ape directed by Jose Quintero. On television he was a series regular on the NBC comedy Darcy’s Wild Life and has numerous other appearances including recurring and guest star roles on “N.C.I.S.”, “Parks and Recreation”, “Desperate Housewives”, “United States of Tara”, “My Name Is Earl”, “Numbers”, “Mad Men”, “Big Shots”, “Shark”, “Drive”, “iCarly”, “Medium”, “Veronica Mars”, “Joan of Arcadia”, “The West Wing”, “The Bold and the Beautiful”, “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch”, “Models, Inc.” and HBO’s “Indictment.” Film credits include Alvin and the Chipmunks, Terminator II, Valhalla, The Little Death, The Wild Side and A New Tomorrow.
Jeffrey Christopher Todd is best know for his role as Tobias Gray on CBS Daytime's "The Young and the Restless." Recent Theatre: "I Love Lucy: Live on Stage" (First National Tour), "Les Miserables" (Musical Theatre West), Tybalt in "Romeo + Juliet: Love is a Battlefield" (Rockwell), Emmett in "Legally Blonde" (Performance Riverside, Inalnd Theatre Award: Best Leading Actor), Hoyt Baxter in "The Max Factor Factor" (Celebration Theatre/NMI), "Meet & Greet"(Hollywood Fringe), Christian in "For the Record: Baz" (Rockwell). TV/Film: "Switched at Birth" (ABC Family), "Wizards of Waverly Place" (Disney Channel), "Free Agents" (NBC), "Not Another High School Show" (Comedy Central), "Polar Opposites" (Regent), "Silent Venom" (Fox), "Tunnel Rats" (Universal).
Follow Jeffrey on Twitter: @jeffreytod and Instagram: @jeffreychristophertodd
MTG ProductionsBat Boy (Bat Boy) Call Me Madam (Kenneth) Titanic (Harold Bride) A Catered Affair (Ralph)Fade Out / Fade In (Max Welch/Ensemble) Kiss of the Spider Woman (Prisoner) The Most Happy Fella (Resident of Napa Valley) Aspects of Love (Male Ensemble) The Wild Party (Oscar)
JILL VAN VELZER began her career in hoopskirts, dancing the polka across the USA with a bald guy (THE KING & I, nat'l tour–Anna). Her favorite SoCal roles include a pole-dancing stripper (THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL–San Diego REP–SDCC nominee), a junkie punk queen (GOD SAVE GERTRUDE–Theatre@Boston Court–Backstage Garland Award), a First Lady (1776–Performance Riverside–L.A. Ovation Award), and a TV producer with really big hair (HAIRSPRAY–3DT–Velma). Other favorites include THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD (Artists Rep, Portland, OR–Widow Quin), THE HEIRESS (Pasadena Playhouse –Mrs. Montgomery), BLITHE SPIRIT (A Noise Within/Artists Rep–Ruth), THE MATCHMAKER (Utah Shakespeare—Irene Molloy), and leads in a heck of a lot of musicals here and everywhere: THE MUSIC MAN (Marian), KISS ME KATE (Lilli/Kate), INTO THE WOODS (Witch, Baker’s Wife), CAMELOT (Guenevere), THE MOST HAPPY FELLA (Rosabella), CAROUSEL (Julie), BRIGADOON (Fiona), and SHE LOVES ME (Amalia), to name just a few.
Mary is a multi-award winning Actress and Singer who has performed on stage, in film and television, and multiple national commercials in a career spanning 35 years. Her Broadway touring credits include originating the role of Miss Shingle for The First National Tour of 2014’s Tony Award winning Best Musical, “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder”, beginning in the fall of 2015; and originating the role of The Bird Woman for The First National Tour of “Mary Poppins”. Off-Broadway, she was seen in “Keep The Homefires Burning: The Cast of ‘Rebecca’ at 54 Below”, and “Cole Porter’s Paris”. Regionally, she has performed with ACT Theatre, Pasadena Playhouse, The Hollywood Bowl, Fullerton Civic Light Opera, Theatre Under The Stars in Houston, Ogunquit Playhouse and many others. Seattle audiences still recognize her as the original cast member Jetta in the cult hit “Angry Housewives”. While in Los Angeles, she earned 3 Drama-Logue Awards for outstanding performances, as well as a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Musical Direction, and has received multiple award nominations. She was a member of Pacific Resident Theatre and Theatre West, as well as MTG, for many years, and has many credits with those theatres as well. Her long list of MTG credits are below. She made her feature film debut in the 1993 summer blockbuster, “In The Line of Fire”, and her television debut in a recurring role on “L.A. Law”. Other TV includes “Boardwalk Empire”, “Gilmore Girls”, “Miracles”, “Melrose Place” and many others. She can be heard on several recordings, including her own solo CD, “When At Night I Go To Sleep”, available at LMLmusic.com. In 2014 she was recognized, alongside many others, in New York City by the organization Broadway Salutes, for her many years as a professional Actress. She is a proud member of Actors Equity Association; an eager fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids; and a proud Magna Cum Laude graduate of Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. She lives in New York City. http://www.maryvanarsdel.com
Stephanie is thrilled to be welcomed into the MTG family! Recent credits include: LEGALLY BLONDE (Elle Woods) with 3D Theatricals, GYPSY (Louise) directed by Richard Israel with West Coast Ensemble, THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES (Cindy Lou/Missy u/s - original Los Angeles company) directed by Roger Bean, THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA (Clara) West Coast Regional Premiere at the El Portal Theatre. You can currently see Stephanie performing with LiveItUp! Productions at the brand new Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Springs, CA, and singing as Alice with the Mad T Party band in Disney's California Adventure. Thanks to her amazing husband David, her best production yet - Rylee, Mom & Dad, her families, friends, and incredible support team. Glory to God. Full résumé and contact info at www.stephaniereneewall.com.
MTG ProductionsGirl Crazy
National Tour: Nimue,*Guenevere u/s in Camelot starring Michael York (*6 Performances/Opening in Philadelphia). Recent: Grace in Annie at Musical Theatre West, Guenevere in David Lee’s re-imagined Camelot at the Pasadena Playhouse, Rachel in the star-studded Two By Two for Reprise! Critical acclaim for Violet in the Los Angeles premiere of Violet with MTG, Polly in The Threepenny Opera for ICT, Estella in Great Expectations at the Hudson, Milly in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers with Cabrillo Music Theatre. Other Credits: Ovation for Baz Luhrmann’s La Boheme (Ahmanson). Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof and Kate in Pirates of Penzance (Sacramento Music Circus), Chanel in Bark! (Coast Playhouse), Emily in Empire (Hudson/Rich Forum), Hope in Anything Goes! (Ordway), Meg in Merrily We Roll Along (Guthrie), Violet in the Midwest premiere of Side Show (Park Square). AEA member since 2002. Visit www.shannonwarne.com
MTG ProductionsViolet (Violet)
SUSAN WATSON delighted Broadway audiences in the hit musical BYE, BYE, BIRDIE as well as CARNIVAL, CELEBRATION, BEN FRANKLIN IN PARIS, A JOYFUL NOISE, and NO, NO, NANETTE. She also appeared in the Richard Rodgers' production of CAROUSEL at City Center with John Davidson. A native of Tulsa, Susan studied at the Juilliard School. Her first professional job was in Jerome Robbins' London production of WEST SIDE STORY. Upon returning to the U.S.A. she was cast in a one-act musical seeking backers for an Off-Broadway production called THE FANTASTICKS. She later recreated the role of Luisa on TV's Hallmark Hall of Fame, starring Bert Lahr and Ricardo Montalban. She has been honored with a Tony nomination for her performance in A JOYFUL NOISE, with a New Jersey Drama Critics Award for Best Actress in a Musical for THE MUSIC MAN, and with the San Diego Starlight Award for MY FAIR LADY. She has appeared at the Hollywood Bowl and with other national symphonies. Regional theatre performances include FUNNY FACE - Buffalo Arena, TINTYPES - South Coast Repertory, INTO THE WOODS - Long Beach CLO, and many roles with the Cal Rep Company. She toured the U.S.A. with her own co-production of A BROADWAY CELEBRATION and has directed THE FANTASTICKS in Alaska, as well as CARNIVAL at the Pasadena Playhouse for the Musical Theatre Guild, of which she is a founding member.
MTG Productions70, Girls, 70 (Eunice) Kiss of the Spider Woman (Molina's Mother) Li'l Abner (State Department Woman) No, No, Nanette (Aunt Sue) Sail Away (Mrs. Van Mier) Roberta (Aunt Minnie) Dear World (Gabrielle) Parade (Nurse) Allegro (Grandma Taylor) Where's Charley (Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez) Rags (Morris' Mother) Take Me Along (Essie) Nine (Guido's Mother) I Remember Mama (Aunt Trina) Carnival (Director) Colette Collage (Colette)
Born and raised in Anaheim, California, Sam has been performing in the theater since the age of five. He is a graduate of the Professional Actor's Conservatory and later completed a double degree in broadcast journalism and theater from UC Irvine. After pursuing a reporter's career for a decade, his attentions returned to the stage and has since performed all over the world. His Broadway debut was in the Tony-nominated revival of PETER PAN, starring Cathy Rigby. The production was later filmed for the A & E network and earned an Emmy Award. Favorite regional credits include: Jean Valjean in LES MISERABLES, Horton the Elephant in SEUSSICAL, Captain Hook in PETER PAN; Gaston in DISNEY'S BEAUTY AND THE BEAST; The Boatman/Redmond in SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE; James Vane in DORIAN (Goodspeed Opera House); Che in EVITA; Berowne in LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST; Tony in WEST SIDE STORY; Lopakhin in THE CHERRY ORCHARD; Curly in OKLAHOMA; Bo in BUS STOP; Herman in THE MOST HAPPY FELLA; Voltaire/Panglos in CANDIDE; Miles Gloriosus in A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM; Tom in THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE; Matt/Larry in the opera, THE FACE ON THE BAR ROOM FLOOR; multiple productions of MAN OF THE LA MANCHA and SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS; and Dozer in the Broadway workshop production of MASK (directed by Richard Maltby Jr.). His television credits include Lt. Ch'targh on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," "Numb3rs," "Hannah Montana," "The Imagination Movers," "Lovespring International," "Phil of the Future," "Days Of Our Lives," "General Hospital," and the pilot for SoapNet's "The Nightshift." His film credits include "The Dukes of Hazzard 2," "Chasing Tchaikovsky," "Peter Pan," "Mystery Monsters," "Never Say Macbeth," and "Little Black Book." Sam, an avid sports nut, played minor league baseball with the Minnesota Twins organization, competes in tennis and fencing, and is a certified scuba diver. Website: www.samzeller.com
MTG ProductionsThe Most Happy Fella (Joe) The Fix (Bobby "Cracker" Barrell) Out of this World (Mars) The Roar of the Greasepaint (The Bully) The Wild Party (Eddie) Redhead (Tom Baxter) Dear World (Sergeant) Parade (Officer Ivey) Plain And Fancy (Ezra Reber)
An international recording artist, and a frequent performer in Europe and in Japan, Dina has worked with Perry Como, Juice Newton, Red and the Red Hots, and with well-known big bands Les Brown, Jr. and the Band of Renown, the Billy Vaughn Orchestra, and the Ladd McIntosh Swing Orchestra. Disney has featured Dina in numerous live shows and recordings but one of her favorites was playing Mary Poppins for the popular “Practically Perfect Tea”. Her recording credits include CD-roms, background vocals on many well known artist’s CDs, two children’s CD’s, and Dina’s voice can be heard singing TV theme songs and on movie trailers. You may see Dina performing with her own jazz band, “Dina Deluxe and the Mood Swings” or with her own girls trio, “The 40’s Flygirls”. Her favorite musical theatre credits include “Chess”, “Song of Singapore”, “The World Goes Round”,“Lies and Legends, The Musical Stories of Harry Chapin”,“The Rubicon Family Christmas” and the original musical “Poet’s Garden.”
Darrell Sandeen is a twice transplanted Midwesterner, having been born in Chicago. He moved first to New York, where he appeared on Broadway in HERE'S LOVE, A JOYFUL NOISE, THE FIG LEAVES ARE FALLING, and YOUNG ABE LINCOLN in which he played the title role. He continued his theatrical studies and was chosen for the National Companies of MY FAIR LADY and THE GREAT WHITE HOPE which brought him to Hollywood. West coast audiences have seen him in 1776, THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS, for which he won a Drama-Logue award, MAN OF LA MANCHA, and BRECHT, SACRED AND PROFANE at the Los Angeles Music Center. Television appearances include "Bonanza", "Father Murphy", "Route 66", and "Feather and Father". He has also been seen in feature films "LA Confidential", "Blazing Saddles", "Call Me Bruce", and Disney's "Island at the Top of the World".
MTG ProductionsLi'l Abner (Jack S. Phogbound) Redhead (Inspector White) Grand Hotel (Doctor) Floyd Collins (Lee Collins) Plain And Fancy (Samuel Lapp) Rags (Jake)
KATHRYN SKATULA has performed in over 40 MTG staged reading/concert projects. Favorite theatre roles include: SPLENDORA (Celebration Theatre); QUILTERS (Perf. Riverside—Inland Award); Musical Theatre West’s LA CAGE AUX FOLLES; Theatre League tours of SOUND OF MUSIC, CAMELOT w/David Birney, and OLIVER w/Richard Kline; SINGIN IN THE RAIN and MIRETTE (FCLO); HARRY CHAPIN: LIES AND LEGENDS (ICT/Dramalogue Award); Amanda McBroom’s HEARTBEATS (Pasadena Playhouse); MY FAVORITE HUSBAND w/ Marilu Henner (LATheatreWorks); both Liz Swados’ MISSIONARIES w/Sharon Lawrence and THE BEAUTIFUL LADY w/JoAnne Worley (Mark Taper); Westcoast premieres of SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE and CINDERELLA (Long Beach CLO); World Premieres of GOYA and MASADA; ANNIE GET YOUR GUN (Alliance); MARRY ME A LITTLE (Met); Billy Barnes’ MOVIE STAR (Westwood Playhouse); and National Tours of Cathy Rigby’s PETER PAN, Tommy Tune’s NINE, and ANNIE with Reid Shelton. Film/TV: “ER,” “Frasier,” “Out On a Limb” w/Shirley MacLaine; Mel Brooks’ “Life Stinks,” “Passions” (Daytime Emmy Award); “The Jessica Savitch Story,” “Matters of the Heart,” “Saved By the Bell,” “Mrs. Santa Claus,” and “Geppetto.”
MTG ProductionsA Connecticut Yankee (Guinevere) Street Scene (Olga Olsen) Do Re Mi (Thelma Berman, Marsha) A Fantastick Evening (Company) Roberta (Mrs. Teale) Redhead (Maude Simpson) Little Mary Sunshine (Mabel) Parade (Lizzie Phagan) Saturday Night (Dakota Duran) Floyd Collins (Miss Jane) A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (Mae) Plain And Fancy (Rachel) Rags (Rosa) The Baker's Wife (Denise) Louisiana Purchase (Quartet) Passion (Encore Presentation) (Fosca's Mother) Nine (Stephanie) Passion (Fosca's Mother) I Remember Mama (Aunt Jenny) Bells Are Ringing (Ensemble) Carnival (Princess Olga/Bluebird Girl) Over Here (Ensemble) Falsettos (Dr. Charlotte) On The Twentieth Century (Dr. Johnson) Here's Love! (Doris Walker) Colette Collage The Apple Tree (Princess Barbera) A Christmas Carol: The Musical (Widow Corney, Mrs. Fezziwig, Chairwoman) Say It With Music Bravo!
Betty had extensive credits, including the award-winning production of LOU GEHRIG DIDN'T DIE OF CANCER at the McCaddan Theatre, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW & AND A NIGHTINGALE SANG at the Interact Theatre Company and THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA at The Kennedy Center. Musical theatre credits included: West Coast production of ANNIE, INTO THE WOODS, THE MUSIC MAN, PETER PAN, COMPANY, ONCE UPON A MATTRESS, BABY, WEST SIDE STORY, OKLAHOMA, 110 IN THE SHADE, PIRATES OF PENZANCE, GUYS & DOLLS, COLETTE COLLAGE and I REMEMBER MAMA. She was the lead singer for Bobby Darin.