Broadway: War Horse, Spring Awakening. West End: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg. Off-Broadway: The Robber Bridegroom (Roundabout), Gigantic (Vineyard), Love's Labour's Lost (The Public), The Wild Bride (St. Ann's Warehouse), The Burnt Part Boys (Playwrights Horizons). Tour: Kneehigh Theater Company. US: Berkeley Rep, Guthrie, Chicago Shakespeare. UK: Bristol Old Vic, Liverpool Everyman, The Asylum. TV: CBS' "Madam Secretary" (Guest Star).
After being in New York for only two months, Taylor Iman Jones made her Broadway debut in Groundhog Day. Previously, this Bay Area native toured nationally with American Idiot and was seen regionally in Stage Kiss (San Francisco Playhouse); Smokey Joe's Cafe, Spring Awakening (Center Repertory Company); Mary Poppins (Berkeley Playhouse); Rent (CCMT) and The Unfortunates (American Conservatory Theatre). taylorimanjones.com
Jeremy is so excited to be part of this incredible company. Broadway: Ren in Footloose, Roger in Rent, AJ Golden in Paramour, Tommy Devito in Jersey Boys. Off-Broadway: Leo Szilard in Atomic (Drama Desk Nomination), Eddie in Shear Madness. TV: "Nurse Jackie," "The Good Wife," "Person of Interest." jeremykushnier.com. Follow @jeremykushnier on Twitter & Instagram. For Nora, Patsy and Robin.
Bonnie Milligan is ecstatic about making her BROADWAY DEBUT as Pamela, after originating the role at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival. 1st National Tour: original Pat in Kinky Boots. Off-Broadway: God Bless You Mr. Rosewater (Encores!), Gigantic (Vineyard Theatre); Jasper in Deadland (Prospect Theater) Television: recurring as Kathryn on "Search Party" (TBS), "Happy!" (Syfy). Dedicated to my family, who always believed in me! @beltingbonnie
Broadway debut as the first transgender woman to create a principal role. Fans know her from Season 9 of "RuPaul's Drag Race." An established entertainer and recording artist, she regularly performs to sold-out crowds around the world. Albums include Hardcore Glamour, Servin' It Up, Sugar & Spiked and Black Pepper available on iTunes and Google Play.
Broadway: The Lion King (original Pumbaa); Is He Dead?; Jerome Robbins Broadway; Threepenny Opera; Sunset Boulevard; Once Upon a Mattress; Newsies. Off-Broadway: The Government Inspector, Brooklynite, On The Verge, Isn't It Romantic, The Cradle Will Rock, Henry V (Public Theatre). Tours: Les Mis´rables (Thenardier), Fiddler (Tevye). Denver Center: The Whale (world premiere). Shakespeare Theatre: Midsummer (Bottom). Training: Juilliard, The Acting Company.
Broadway: Spring Awakening, Brighton Beach Memoirs. Off-Broadway: Actually (MTC & Williamstown Theatre Festival), Fun Home (The Public; Lortel nomination), Dream of the Burning Boy (Roundabout; Drama League nomination), Paint Your Wagon and Hey, Look Me Over! (Encores!). Television: Skye on Amazon's "Red Oaks," "Damages," "The Big C," "Royal Pains" and more. For Mom, forever. www.alz.org.
Broadway: City of Angels, Les Misérables, Victor/Victoria (Drama Desk Award), The Scarlet Pimpernel, Sly Fox, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Disaster! The Musical. National tours: Anything Goes (Helen Hayes Award); Camelot; Kiss Me, Kate (also West End and PBS); Little Edie in Grey Gardens (Ahmanson). TV: "The Mick," "Elementary," "Power," "Hannah Montana," "Frasier" and Lucille Ball in "Lucy." www.rachelyork.com. @therachelyork.
Recently in the Broadway cast and original Chicago company of Hamilton! Previously, Amber was in Vegas playing the role of Sherrie in Rock of Ages. National tours: Flashdance, West Side Story, Legally Blonde. For God, Mom, Dad and Ollie. @amberardolino.
Broadway: Dreamgirls (Effie), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Narrator). National tour: A Night With Janis Joplin (The Blues Singer), Jekyll & Hyde (Lucy), Rent (Seasons of Love Soloist). Other theatre: Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Sister Rosetta Tharpe), Smokey Joe's Cafe.
Broadway: Aladdin, Matilda, La Cage Aux Folles, West Side Story. Off-Broadway/Regional: Evita (Westport Country Playhouse), Bella: An American Tall Tale (Playwrights Horizons), West Side Story (Connecticut Repertory Theatre). FILM: The Last Five Years. TV: "Odd Mom Out." Get your dreams! @yurele.
Broadway: Rock of Ages. Off-Broadway: Trip of Love. Tour: Wicked, Joseph...Dreamcoat. Regional: West Side Story (Paper Mill), In The Heights (Walnut Street). Lisa is thrilled to be part of this company! Thanks to her family, friends, Sofia and the beat.
Broadway debut! Tours: Pippin (Pippin). Off-Broadway: Othello (NYTW), Hadestown (NYTW); The New Yorkers (Encores!). Other: Prince of Egypt, The Ballad of Little Jo, The Sting. BFA Musical Theatre, University of Michigan, RADA. Thanks to my family, Ladybug, Carnahan Casting, Pro. Artists. @_brian_flores.
Broadway: Holler If Ya Hear Me. Off Broadway: Bare The Musical. Regional: Half Time, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical. Choreography: Burn All Night (A.R.T.), In the Heights, (NYU). Film: Spider-Man: Homecoming (Sony). TV: "Law & Order: SVU," "The Get Down" (Netflix).
Broadway debut! Tour: Chicago (Go-to-Hell Kitty). NY/Regional: Muny, Arizona Opera, Alabama Shakespeare, Park Avenue Armory, Carolina Ballet. BFA Dance, Arizona Wildcat. Thanks to God, parents, CESD. Lars, we're married! "His banner over us is love." Instagram: @tanyahaglund
Arica Jackson is originally from Michigan and is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. She recently appeared in the first national tour of Waitress. Arica is very excited to perform at the Curran and thrilled to be making her Broadway debut.
Gregory Liles is a graduate of the University of Arizona School of Dance. Recent credits: Mamma Mia! (Fireside Theatre) and Odyssey Dance Theatre (Salt Lake City). Many thanks to my amazing parents, family and friends, Jim Carnahan, CESD, and the entire Head Over Heels team and Andy.
Broadway: Priscilla..., Spamalot, 42nd St, Annie. TV: "The Blacklist," "Quantico," "Gotham." Founder/designer at E.C.Knox (baby gear for stylish dads, available at Barneys). Blogger: @DaddyCopingInStyle. Favorite role: father to Ellison, Colton with partner Todd (143). Props, CGF! Union proud. Campaign Finance Reform, politicians!
Most recently in the original Chicago company of Hamilton. Broadway: Hot Feet. Tour: Nickelodeon's Lazytown. Regional: Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Cincinnati Pops. Proud Broadway Dreamer. Love to Mom, Dad, MT16, Henderson Hogan and Annette. BFA: CCM. #tothemax. @peanutpollino.
Broadway: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Paramour, Gigi, After Midnight, Motown, Fela!. New York: Hey, Look Me Over!, American Dance Machine. Tour: Memphis (first national), Scottsboro Boys (Ahmanson Theater). TV: "Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris" and NBC's "Smash."
Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Christine studies Commercial Dance at Pace University (Class of 2019). She is signed with Clear Talent Group and has done both commercial and theater work. Head Over Heels is her Broadway debut.
Broadway: Cats. National tour: Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella. New York Theatre: Radio City's New York Spectacular. All my love and gratitude to Mom, Dad, Jake, Ruby, Elon MT and CESD. Follow me on Instagram @tannerizzle.
Honors graduate Fordham University. Named "25 to Watch" in Dance magazine. Dance: Ailey II, Lar Lubovitch, LINES Ballet, Shen Wei. Theater: Chess (Kennedy Center), Queen of the Night, West Side Story (Carnegie Hall), Motown (national tour, Smokey Robinson u/s), Broadway's Hamilton. TV: "Saturday Night Live," "Tony Awards." @ricardoazayas.
The Go-Go's are band members Charlotte Caffey, Belinda Carlisle, Gina Schock, Kathy Valentine and Jane Wiedlin and they will forever have the beat! These female pioneers formed The Go-Go's in 1978 and were an integral part of the LA punk scene. The Go-Go's made history as the first, and to date only, all-female band that both wrote their own songs and played their own instruments to ever top the Billboard charts. Their 1981 debut album, Beauty and the Beat, was #1 on the charts for six consecutive weeks and it remains one of the most successful debut albums of all time. Other albums include Vacation (1982), Talk Show (1984) and God Bless The Go-Go's (2001). With a 1982 Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and a place in history that no other band can claim, it is assured that the Go-Go's will keep going with a classic catalog of songs that transcends time, trends and genres.
Musicals: Avenue Q (15th Anniversary, Broadway and Off-, West End, International, Tonys Best Book and Musical), Bring It On (Tony Nom. Best Musical), Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City (Bay Area Critics Circle Award, Book), his original Head Over Heels (Oregon Shakespeare Festival, music supervisor Carmel Dean). Plays: The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler, The Plank Project, Balls, The Hiding Place, Suicide Weather, The Reducers, Beware Your Representatives, Broadway Buh-Bye. Upcoming film: co-screenplay for Can You Ever Forgive Me?, starring Melissa McCarthy. Mr. Whitty performs on occasion (MFA NYU Grad Acting).
James Magruder made his Broadway debut with the book for Triumph of Love. His adaptations of Marivaux, Moliére, Lesage, Labiche, Gozzi, Hofmannsthal, Dickens and Giraudoux have been staged across the country in Germany and Japan, and his dissertation, Three French Comedies, was named an "Outstanding Literary Translation of the Year" in 1997. Also a fiction writer, he has published Sugarless, a Lambda Literary Award Finalist; Let Me See It, a story collection; and Love Slaves of Helen Hadley Hall. He teaches dramaturgy at Swarthmore College and French drama at the Yale School of Drama.
Recent work includes: Chess (Kennedy Center), WarholCapote (ART), Michael Moore's The Terms of My Surrender (Belasco), and the world premiere of Nico Muhly's opera Marnie at London's ENO. Broadway Credits include: Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Tony Award, best musical revival, also National Tour), Spring Awakening (Tony Award/Best Musical and Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Director; also London, National Tour, Vienna, Tokyo, and Seoul productions); American Idiot (also co-author, Drama Desk Award for Best Director; also US, UK and Asia tours); Thoroughly Modern Millie (Tony Award/Best Musical also London and National Tour), Side Man (Tony Award/Best Play also London and Kennedy Center Productions), A View from the Bridge (Tony Award/Best Revival), Everyday Rapture, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and Triumph of Love. Off-Broadway credits include: Love, Love, Love (Roundabout), Brooklynite (Also co-author, Vineyard), Whorl Inside A Loop (with Dick Scanlan, Second Stage), 10 Million Miles (Atlantic). National Tour: Angels in America. London: a record-breaking West End run of Funny Girl and UK tour. Tokyo: As You Like It (Toho Theatre). Film: The Seagull, A Home at the End of the World, and Flicka. Television: Smash (Director/Producer, Season One) and two seasons of Alpha House for Amazon. Opera: a celebrated production of Rigoletto (Met). He serves on the Board of New York Stage and Film. @MichaelMayerDIR. This one is for Beatrice Terry.
Broadway: Falsettos, Spring Awakening (Deaf West Broadway revival), Hedwig. TV: Nine seasons of FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance" (Two Emmy Award nominations), "Dancing with the Stars," "Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris" (producer/choreographer), "One Day At A Time" (Netflix), "How I Met Your Mother," "Parks and Recreation," "Mike and Molly," "2 Broke Girls," "Keeping up with the Kardashians," "The Latin Grammy Awards" and "The Emmy Awards." Film: Speech and Debate. Regional theater includes The Man in The Ceiling (Bay Street Theater), Circus in Winter (Goodspeed), Aladdin (Laguna Playhouse director/choreographer), Two Gentlemen of Verona: A Rock Opera (Shakespeare Theatre Company). @spencerliff.
Tom Kitt is a Pulitzer Prize, Tony, and Emmy Award winning composer whose credits include: Next to Normal, If/Then, High Fidelity, Bring it On: The Musical, Disney's Freaky Friday and The Public Theater's NYSF. As a music supervisor, arranger and orchestrator, credits include: NBC's "Rise," American Idiot, "Grease Live!," Jagged Little Pill, SpongeBob Squarepants: The Broadway Musical, Everyday Rapture, and the Pitch Perfect films.
Co-founder of Improbable, whose productions include 70 Hill Lane, The Hanging Man and The Wolves in The Walls. With the same team, Julian co-created Shockheaded Peter. Broadway: Hedwig (Tony nomination), The Addams Family and Big Fish. Opera includes Satyagraha, The Enchanted Island, Doctor Atomic, The Merry Widow for The Met, Hansel and Gretel, Ernani and The Egyptian Helen for La Scala. Ballet: Cinderella (Dutch National; San Francisco Ballet) and The Nutcracker (Joffrey).
Arianne Phillips is thrilled to be returning to Broadway with the dream team for Head Over Heels. Her award winning costume designs include: Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Tony Award nomination), Walk the Line (Academy Award nomination), W.E. (Academy Award nomination, Costume Designer's Guild award winner), A Single Man (BAFTA nomination). Arianne counts herself extremely fortunate, privileged and honored be part of Head Over Heels, featuring the music of her teen idols, The Go-Go's.
Broadway: SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical, Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Tony Award), American Idiot (Tony Award), Next to Normal (Tony nomination), The 39 Steps (Tony Award), Spring Awakening (Tony Award), Hair (Tony nomination), Passing Strange, Everyday Rapture, Take Me Out and A Class Act. Off-Broadway includes Hedwig, The Scottsboro Boys, Carrie, Rent and many others. Solo shows by Michael Moore, John Leguizamo, Eve Ensler, Anna Deveare Smith, Eric Bogosian and Sandra Bernhard.
Broadway: The Band's Visit, Amélie, Sunday in the Park With George, Allegiance, Gigi, Fun Home, On the Town, First Date, Follies (Tony & Drama Desk nominations) and Million Dollar Quartet. Other: Poster Boy (Williamstown), Candide (LA Opera), Brooklynite (Vineyard), Little Dancer and First You Dream (Kennedy Center), Zorro (Moscow, Atlanta), Hinterm Horizont (Berlin) and Sweeney Todd and Man of La Mancha (Portland Opera). Audio Consultant for Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Broadway). Education: Yale University.
Broadway: Carousel; Three Tall Women; Farinelli and the King; Meteor Shower; A Doll's House, Part 2; Hello, Dolly!; Groundhog Day; The Front Page; The Crucible; Misery; Sylvia; It's Only a Play; Betrayal; Les Misérables; Spider-Man. West End/Broadway: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Les Liaisons Dangereueses, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Matilda, Ghost, Billy Elliot. West End: Funny Girl, The Master Builder, Gypsy, The Bodyguard. Film/TV: "The Americans," "House of Cards," "Orange Is the New Black."
Broadway: The Terms of My Surrender. Off Broadway: Privacy (Interactive Technology Consultant), Once Upon a Mattress (Hewes Theater Design nom.), Brooklynite, House for Sale. Other San Francisco designs include Andrew Lippa's I Am Harvey Milk and this summer's Unbreakable. Andrew is a professor at NYU Tisch, where he received a grant from Google to develop new approaches to interactive video. He'd like to thank his wife Rachel, without whom, none of this would be possible.
Roundabout Theatre Company's director of artistic development, where he has cast over 75 shows including: Time and the Conways; The Price; Love, Love, Love; She Loves Me; Noises Off; The Real Thing; Cabaret; Harvey. Additional Broadway credits include: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, 1984, Groundhog Day, Fun Home, Constellations, The River, The Glass Menagerie, Matilda. London credits include: Angels in America, Glass Menagerie, Nice Fish. Film includes: The Seagull (upcoming). TV: "Glee."
Broadway: Misery (Music Assistant). Off-Broadway: Joan of Arc: Into the Fire (Music Assistant). Readings: The Outsiders, Moulin Rouge, This Ain't No Disco. Pumped and proud to be making my debut at this wonderful, queer, hilarious show. Thank you to all of my mentors, my parents, and Keirsten.
Broadway: Escape To Margaritaville, Frozen, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical, Anastasia, Dear Evan Hansen, School of Rock, Hamilton (also the Chicago company and two national tours). Upcoming Broadway: Pretty Woman, Half Time.
Broadway: Escape To Margaritaville, Frozen, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical, Anastasia, Dear Evan Hansen, School of Rock, Hamilton (also the Chicago company and two national tours). Upcoming Broadway: Pretty Woman, Half Time.
Recent directing: Rigoletto (Minnesota Opera), The Trojan Women (Hangar Theatre), Well Worn Words (Ars Nova). Assistant/associate: American Idiot, Everyday Rapture, On A Clear Day... www.austinregan.nyc.
Broadway: Cats revival (assistant choreographer), Falsettos revival (assistant choreographer). Off-Broadway: Pride and Prejudice (choreographer). Artistic director of ELSCO Dance Company. www.ellenorepscott.com.
Broadway: Latin History for Morons, The Terms of My Surrender, Hedwig and the Angry Inch (and national tour), On a Clear Day..., War Horse, Contact, Not About Nightingales, Epic Proportions. Productions with Lincoln Center Theater, The Public Theater, NY Stage and Film, Royal Opera House, Shanghai Disney Resort.
Broadway: The Terms of My Surrender, An American in Paris, Act One, War Horse. Off-Broadway: Kings (The Public Theater). Regional: Carefree: Dancin' with Fred & Ginger (NJPAC). Lincoln Center Festival: Monkey: Journey to the West. I love you Aldo!
Broadway: A Bronx Tale, Honeymoon In Vegas. New York: Lincoln Center Festival. Tours: West Side Story, Spring Awakening. Over 20 productions at Paper Mill Playhouse including Little Shop of Horrors, Smokey Joe's Café and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.
The first props/set decorator to have won an Obie - ever! Broadway favorites: The Terms of My Surrender, Oslo, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Gin Game, Fun Home, The River, Clybourne Park, Merchant of Venice, War Horse.
Wendy Orshan and Jeffrey M. Wilson founded their company in 1994. Their associates are Ron Gubin, Chris Morey, Jeff Klein and Rina L. Saltzman. Current Broadway Productions: Pretty Woman: The Musical, Tony Award-Winning Best Musical Dear Evan Hansen (Executive Producer). Recent: Latin History for Morons, Sunday in the Park With George at the newly restored Hudson Theatre, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, An Act of God (Executive Producer; Broadway, Tour), An American in Paris, Tony Award-Winning Best Revival of a Musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Executive Producer; Broadway, Tour).
A division of Jujamcyn Theaters, Red Awning provides a full range of executive producing services. Recent Broadway: Angels in America, Present Laughter, A Night With Janis Joplin, Manilow on Broadway, Clybourne Park.
Current: Anastasia; Angels In America; Book of Mormon (Bdwy and tour); Boys In The Band; Carousel; Frozen; Hello Dolly; Mean Girls; School of Rock; Springsteen On Broadway; Skintight; The Humans (tour). Upcoming: Beetlejuice; Bernhardt/Hamlet; The Ferryman; Tootsie; Waverly Gallery. Aurora has been providing technical supervision and production management to the entertainment industry since 1989.
Broadway: Tony and Grammy Award-winning Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. Partner at Evolution Music Partners, a leading talent agency for film and TV composers based in Los Angeles. Co-Founder/CEO of Score Revolution, an online licensing platform for film music. All love to wife Kelly and kids Leo and Margot.
Louise Gund received a Tony Award for All The Way. Other Broadway productions include Sweat, Fiddler on the Roof, Six Degrees of Separation, and Sylvia. Louise is also committed to not-for-profit theatre.
Donovan Leitch began his theater career appearing off-Broadway as an original "Hedwig" at the Jane Street Theater. He was the lead singer of the glam rock band Nancy Boy and later co-founded Royal Machines. Head Over Heels is his first Broadway production and dedicates it with love to his wife Libby Mintz.
First-time Broadway producer of Head Over Heels. Commercial and branding director of Buchwald LA; Partner at Ferrari Media Group with spouse, Alex Ferrari, who had the brilliant idea to create a musical based on The Go-Go's. Thanks, QUILLY! Also love and gratitude to Rhina and Peter Daenzer.
Gwyneth Paltrow is an Oscar, Golden Globe, and Emmy-winning actress who has authored three New York Times best-selling cookbooks. Paltrow currently serves as CEO of her lifestyle brand Goop, which she started in 2008. The site produces Goop Magazine, in collaboration with Conde Nast, along with numerous wellness products and summits.
Scott Sigman lives for music, learning and charity. Karma allowed him to follow his dreams. "I'm extremely excited about this new musical. I hope tonight brings enjoyment to you."
Broadway: Once on This Island, Anastasia, Dear Evan Hansen (Tony Award), Kinky Boots (Tony Award), Spring Awakening revival (Tony Nomination), The Visit (Tony Nomination). Upcoming: Pretty Woman, The Inheritance (London).
Broadway: Anastasia, Bandstand, It's Only A Play, The Visit, Mothers and Sons, After Midnight. West End: Edward Albee's The Goat, Or Who Is Sylvia?; The Inheritance. Upcoming: Hadestown, The White Chip.
President of Jujamcyn Theaters whose productions include Angels in America, The Book of Mormon, Frozen, Kinky Boots, Mean Girls, and Springsteen on Broadway. Watch his new web series @BirdsandBS and visit @Jordan_Roth.
Broadway: Carousel, Indecent, Hughie, Dames at Sea, An American in Paris. Tours: Peter & the Starcatcher, Dreamgirls. Performer: 42nd Street (national tour). Proud USC grad. Member of The Broadway League. www.untitledtheatricals.com.
Broadway's first data driven fund designed to maximize returns while honoring the creativity of the arts. BSRF gives investors the perks of entertainment investing while optimizing returns within the Broadway and West End marketplaces. BroadwayStrategicReturnFund.com
Vikram Chatwal is an entrepreneur, producer, former actor and owner of Dream Hotel Group. Mr. Chatwal has also produced three movies including Perfume, Springbreakers and the upcoming London Fields.
The John Gore Organization is a family of companies includes Broadway Across America and Broadway.com, under the supervision of 11-time Tony-winning producer John Gore (Chairman & CEO). Productions include The Band's Visit, Beautiful, Carousel, Dear Evan Hansen, Mean Girls and Hello, Dolly! BroadwayAcrossAmerica.com Broadway.com
From its inception over 20 years ago, Networks has been an industry leading producer and manager of touring musical theatre productions and remains committed to delivering quality entertainment to audiences worldwide.
As a film producer (The Rum Diary, Lucky Number Slevin, You Can Count on Me) and co-founder of Pioneer Pictures, Robert makes his producing debut on Broadway with Head Over Heels.
Founded by Meg Fofonoff, ArtLab LLC, with partners Stacey Stephens and Arthur Cuadros, is committed to producing events of all artistic disciplines. Current projects: It Happened in Key West, The Cher Show and three untitled new works.
Seven Broadway shows including Jersey Boys (Tony Award, Best Musical) and August: Osage County (Tony Award, Best Play). He lives in Florida with Jennifer and their three children.
After co-producing multiple documentary films, Mara makes her Broadway producing debut with Head Over Heels. She is on the boards of the Aspen Art Museum, 92nd St Y and Wizo.
Carrie Clifford is thrilled to be making her Broadway producing debut. For years, she thought The Go-Go's were singing "Honest to see you," instead of the actual lyric, "Our lips are sealed!"
Adam Gorgoni is a film composer who has scored over fifty films and television shows. He once donned a miniskirt and played "We Got The Beat" with his high school cover band.
The San Francisco native pioneered the redesign of the landmark theatre, the Curran. She is dedicated to the creative disruption and innovation that defines the spirit of the Bay Area.
Dallas, serves on various national boards supporting the arts, global health and public media and enjoys investing in diverse opportunities including theater productions.
Practicing otolaryngologist/head and neck surgeon. Assistant Professor, Baylor College of Medicine. Board member: South Texas Surgical Hospital, Centurion Medical Liability, Atkinson Gas Storage. Retired Major, United States Air Force.
Founding patron of Opera Naples. Broadway: Gettin' the Band Back Together, Once On This Island (Tony Award), Anastasia, Disaster!, Allegiance, Deaf West Theatre's Spring Awakening (Tony nomination) and The Visit (Tony nomination).
Paramount Pictures has for over 100 years produced and distributed some of the world's most iconic films including The Godfather, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Forrest Gump and Mission: Impossible. Paramount is currently represented on Broadway and the West End by Mean Girls and School of Rock - The Musical.
VAN HORN GROUP: Kathleen and Charlie Van Horn. Kathleen: Costume Designer, VP governing board at Le Petit Theatre, New Orleans. NOLAN DORAN: writer/director/co-producer: Woody - A New Fairytale and The King.
Eric Cornell has worked on numerous original Broadway, Off-Broadway, Regional, and Touring shows, including Anastasia and Rocky. Eric focuses on live entertainment, television, and digital media. Special thanks to JS. ericcornellproductions.com.