Join us for our post-show TALKBACKS with artists and AUDIENCES CONVERSATIONS moderated by MCC staff after select performances, and for FORUM DISCUSSIONS and events aimed at provoking conversation and public engagement.


Staging the Story: A Conversation on How Artists Impact What the Audience Sees and Believes
THU, JAN 18 at 7:00 PM

The Responsibility of Truth in Storytelling
TUE, JAN 23 at 7:00 PM

Power, Gender, & The 1990s
THU, FEB 8 at 7:00PM


WED, JAN 24 — After 7:00PM Performance

Jason Robert Brown & the Music Team of THE CONNECTOR
SUN, JAN 28 — After 7:00PM Performance

Composer Jason Robert Brown & Director Daisy Prince
TUE, JAN 30 — After 7:00PM Performance

TUE, FEB 20 — After 7:00PM Performance

Creative Team of THE CONNECTOR
TUE, FEB 27 — After 7:00PM Performance

TUE, MAR 5 — After 7:00PM Performance


FRI, FEB 16 at 7:00PM


Theater Criticism, Journalism & Advocacy Evening
Fact Vs. Fiction Game & Community Night


From Tony® Award-winning composer JASON ROBERT BROWN (PARADE) comes a timely new musical about two talented young journalists on increasingly diverging paths. Set in the late 1990s amid a rapidly changing media landscape we meet a fast-rising journalist, Ethan Dobson, and an assistant copy editor, Robin Martinez, at the revered magazine The Connector. In a world that values the next big sensation, Ethan’s writing prowess and ambition force him to confront how far he’ll go for the ultimate scoop and Robin to consider how far she’ll go to stop him.

With a book by JONATHAN MARC SHERMAN, THE CONNECTOR will feature Brown leading the band at each performance and reuniting with THE LAST FIVE YEARS and SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD director DAISY PRINCE.



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JONATHAN MARC SHERMAN writes plays when he isn’t acting. He was born in Morristown, New Jersey, in 1968, graduated from Bennington College, and lives in New York City. His plays include THINGS WE WANT, CLIVE; KNICKERBOCKER; EVOLUTION, SOPHISTRY, WONDERFUL TIME, VEINS AND THUMBTACKS, SERENDIPITY AND SERENITY, JESUS ON THE OIL TANK, SONS AND FATHERS, and WOMEN AND WALLACE. His plays have been performed at Malaparte, The Public Theater, The New Group, Playwrights Horizons, WPA Theater, Los Angeles Theatre Center, and the Williamstown Theatre Festival, as well as in England, Australia, Israel, Istanbul, and Japan. He wrote the book for the musical BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE. He adapted WOMEN AND WALLACE for PBS-TV’s American Playhouse, and VEINS AND THUMBTACKS is the basis for Frank Whaley’s movie “The Jimmy Show.” He won a Berilla-Kerr Grant, the 21st Century Playwrights Festival, and the Young Playwrights Festival (twice). He is a co-founder of the Malaparte theater company. His hobby is writing about himself in the third person.



JASON ROBERT BROWN is the ultimate multi-hyphenate – an equally skilled composer, lyricist, conductor, arranger, orchestrator, director, and performer – best known for his dazzling scores to several of the most renowned musicals of our time, including the generation-defining “THE LAST FIVE YEARS,” his debut song cycle “SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD,” and the seminal “PARADE” now on Broadway in a spectacular Tony Award-winning revival directed by Michael Arden, for which he won the 1999 Tony Award for Best Score.

Jason Robert Brown has been hailed as “one of Broadway’s smartest and most sophisticated songwriters since Stephen Sondheim” (Philadelphia Inquirer), and his “extraordinary, jubilant theater music” (Chicago Tribune) has been heard all over the world, whether in one of the hundreds of productions of his musicals every year or in his own incendiary live performances.  Jason’s score for “THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY,” a musical adapted with Marsha Norman from the bestselling novel, received two Tony Awards (for Best Score and Orchestrations). “HONEYMOON IN VEGAS,” based on Andrew Bergman’s film, opened on Broadway in 2015 following a triumphant production at Paper Mill Playhouse.  A film version of his epochal Off-Broadway musical “THE LAST FIVE YEARS” was released in 2015, starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan and directed by Richard LaGravenese. His major musicals as composer and lyricist include: “13,” written with Robert Horn and Dan Elish, which opened on Broadway in 2008 and became a celebrated Netflix musical in 2022; “THE LAST FIVE YEARS,” which was cited as one of Time Magazine’s 10 Best of 2001 and won Drama Desk Awards for Best Music and Best Lyrics (and was later directed by the composer in its record-breaking Off-Broadway run at Second Stage Theatre in 2013); “PARADE,” written with Alfred Uhry and directed by Harold Prince, which won both the Drama Desk and New York Drama Critics’ Circle Awards for Best New Musical, as well as garnering Jason the Tony Award for Original Score; and “SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD,” a theatrical song cycle directed by Daisy Prince, which has since been seen in hundreds of productions around the world since its 1995 Off-Broadway debut, including a celebrated revival at New York’s City Center in the summer of 2018.  “Parade” was also the subject of two major revivals: the first, directed by Rob Ashford, at London’s Donmar Warehouse and then at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles; and the second, Michael Arden’s acclaimed 2023 Broadway production starring Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond. Jason collaborated with comedy legend Billy Crystal, Amanda Green, Lowell Ganz, and Babaloo Mandel on a Broadway musical of “MR. SATURDAY NIGHT”  Jason conducted his orchestral adaptation of E.B. White’s novel “THE TRUMPET OF THE SWAN” with the National Symphony Orchestra and recorded the score for PS Classics.

Jason’s next show, a chamber musical created with Daisy Prince and Jonathan Marc Sherman called “THE CONNECTOR,” opens in January 2024 at MCC Theater. Future projects include an adaptation of Lilian Lee’s “FAREWELL MY CONCUBINE,” created with Kenneth Lin and Moisés Kaufman; and “MIDNIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF GOOD AND EVIL” a new musical written with Taylor Mac based on John Berendt’s book and directed by Rob Ashford. Jason is the winner of the 2018 Louis Auchincloss Prize, the 2002 Kleban Award for Outstanding Lyrics, and the 1996 Gilman & Gonzalez-Falla Foundation Award for Musical Theatre.  Jason’s songs, including the cabaret standard “Stars and the Moon,” have been performed and recorded by Ariana Grande, Jennifer Nettles, Brandi Carlile, Audra McDonald, Kristin Chenoweth, Billy Porter, Betty Buckley, Renée Fleming, Jon Hendricks and many others.

As a soloist or with his band, Jason has performed concerts around the world.  For six years, his monthly sold-out performances at New York’s SubCulture featured many of the music and theater world’s most extraordinary performers, including a sold-out concert at Town Hall with Stephen Sondheim. His newest collection, “Coming From Inside the House,” featuring Ariana Grande and Shoshana Bean, commemorates the final SubCulture concert, recorded remotely during the pandemic. His previous albums, “How We React and How We Recover” and “Wearing Someone Else’s Clothes” are available from Ghostlight/Sh-K-Boom Records. Jason’s 2012 concert with Anika Noni Rose was broadcast on PBS, and he was the featured soloist for an episode of BBC Radio’s long-running “Friday Night Is Music Night,” broadcast live from the London Palladium and featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra.  His collaboration with singer Lauren Kennedy, “Songs of Jason Robert Brown,” is available on PS Classics. Jason is also the composer of the incidental music for the Broadway revival of “You Can’t Take It With You,” David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Kimberly Akimbo” and “Fuddy Meers,” and Kenneth Lonergan’s “The Waverly Gallery,” and was a Tony Award nominee for his contributions to the score of “Urban Cowboy the Musical.”  He has also contributed music to the hit Nickelodeon television series, “The Wonder Pets” as well as Sesame Street.  Jason spent ten years teaching at the USC School of Dramatic Arts and has also taught at Harvard University, Princeton University, and Emerson College.

For the musical “Prince of Broadway,” a celebration of the career of his mentor Harold Prince, Jason was the musical supervisor and arranger.  Other New York credits as conductor and arranger include “URBAN COWBOY THE MUSICAL” on Broadway; “DINAH WAS,” off-Broadway and on national tour; “WHEN PIGS FLY” off-Broadway; William Finn’s “A NEW BRAIN” at Lincoln Center Theater; the 1992 tribute to Stephen Sondheim at Carnegie Hall (recorded by RCA Victor); Yoko Ono’s “NEW YORK ROCK,” at the WPA Theatre; and Michael John LaChiusa’s “THE PETRIFIED PRINCE” at the Public Theatre. Jason orchestrated Andrew Lippa’s “john and jen,” Off-Broadway at Lamb’s Theatre.  Additionally, Jason served as the orchestrator and arranger of Charles Strouse and Lee Adams’s score for a proposed musical of “STAR WARS”  Jason has conducted and created arrangements and orchestrations for Liza Minnelli, John Pizzarelli, and Michael Feinstein, among many others.

Jason studied composition at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y., with Samuel Adler, Christopher Rouse, and Joseph Schwantner.  He lives with his wife, composer Georgia Stitt, and their daughters in Nyack, New York.  Jason is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild and the American Federation of Musicians Local 802.  Visit him on the web at www.jasonrobertbrown.com.



DAISY PRINCE’s directing work includes the Original Off-Broadway production of The Last Five Years and the Original Off-Broadway production of Songs for a New World, both by Jason Robert Brown; It’s Only Life: The Songs of John Bucchino at Rubicon Theatre (Los Angeles Ovation Award and Independent Award, Best Direction) also at Theatre Row for SPF and American Songbook at Lincoln Center; Jessica Molaskey’s Pentimento with John Pizzarelli, Christine Ebersole, and Frank McCourt at The 92 Street Y. Daisy’s concert staging includes Jason Robert Brown and Stephen Sondheim at Town Hall 50th SubCulture Residency Concert June 2019, NYSF Public Theater, PUBLIC SINGS!, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s American Songbook Lance Horne: First Things Last,  Lyrics and Lyricists at 92nd St. Y, The Genius of Autism, Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, and Tom Kitt: An Evening at Stella Del Mare at Joe’s Pub. As a performer, Daisy’s credits include Merrily We Roll Along (Meg, Original Broadway Cast), Follies in Concert (Young Phyllis Lincoln Center); Pal Joey (Linda English, Encores! City Center), Michael John LaChiusa’s The Petrified Prince (Elise, NYSF Public Theater), and featured performer with The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall. Her recordings include all the above and Grateful: The Songs of John Bucchino. In addition, she co-produced three plays with Bonnie Metzgar and Thalia Field as House Frau, inc. at BACA downtown. Daisy is a graduate of Brown University, has spent 20 years teaching as part of the New York City faculty of Syracuse University’s The Tepper Semester, and is a proud member of the SDC.



KARLA PUNO GARCIA is a proud Filipina-American artist based in NYC. Most recently, Karla was the first woman of color to choreograph the Tony Awards. Her work is seen in the opening number and the tribute to Joel Grey and John Kander (2023). Other theatre choreography credits include Days of Wine and Roses (The Atlantic/Broadway 2024, co-choreographer), Rent (Theatre Aspen), Gone Missing (Encores! Off-Center), Other World (Delaware Theatre Company, world premiere), Somewhere (Geva Theatre), Noir (The Alley Theatre), and In the Heights (VA Rep, Artsie Award for Best Choreography). Film and television choreography include Power Book III: Raising Kanaan (Starz Network, lead choreographer), and additional scenes in the Netflix film Tick, Tick … BOOM! (dir. Lin Manuel Miranda). Performance credits include FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance, NBC’s Smash, and four Broadway shows including Hamilton. BFA in Dance/minor in journalism NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Love to Mommy, Rocky, Jitter, Daddy above, and my David. IG @KarlaPunoGarcia






Joanna Carpenter (she/her) (U/S Veronica, Florencia, Sheryl): Broadway: Sweeney Todd (Swing); Off-Broadway: A Sherlock Carol (Emma Wiggins & Others); Television: WeCrashed; Hallmark Channel; Madame Clicquot (Original Cast Recording); Founder, 86 the Barrier. All the gratitude to Jason, Jonathan and Daisy, The Telsey Office, The Mine, and SAKS&. @thejoannac



Max Crumm (Billy Dobson / Waldo) Broadway: Scott, DISASTER! (The Nederlander), Danny, GREASE (Lena Horne). Off-Broadway: EMOJILAND, THE EVOLUTION OF MANN, MILLENIALS ARE KILLING MUSICALS, HOT MESS, THE FANTASTICKS, DISASTER! , BROOKLYN CRUSH {formerly: F#%KING UP EVERYTHING}. Festival/Regional: Woody Harrelson, MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY VS. THE DEVIL (NYMF 2017), The Situation, JERSEY SHORESICAL (NY Fringe Festival). Walter Paisley, BEATSVILLE (Asolo Rep.), Andy, LEGENDALE (Human Race Theatre). Film/TV: Burning Man: The Musical, Emergence, Ray Donovan, Easy A, Killing Diaz & Echoboom. @MaxCrumm



George Dvorsky (U/S Conrad/Zachary/Brian) Broadway credits include the title role in THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES,  PASSION, MARILYN: AN AMERICAN FABLE and THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE… National Tour: CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. Off-Broadway: THE FANTASTICKS, CLOSER THAN EVER, PETE N KEELY, DAMES AT SEA and ‘AND THE WORLD GOES ROUND.  George starred in the NYC Premiere of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA as Prince Charming at Lincoln Center. On PBS he was featured in the Emmy Award winning PASSION: LIVE AT LINCOLN CENTER starring Patti LuPone and starred with Bea Arthur and the Boston Pops in BERNSTEIN’S BROADWAY. His solo CDs are available on the JAY Records label. Feature Films: BROS. www.georgedvorsky.net  Instagram:  @gdvorsky



DANIELLE LEE GREAVES Broadway: Parade, A Streetcar Named Desire, Rent, Hairspray (OBC), Sunset Boulevard, Show Boat (OBC). New York: Public Works’ Hercules, Civil War Voices, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Purlie, The Wizard of Oz. National Tours: Once on this Island, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, The Lion King, Rent. Regional: Mama Mia, Sweat, The Crucible, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Fences, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, A Woman Called Truth, All Shook Up, Ethel Waters – His Eye is on the Sparrow, Caroline, or Change, Working, Swinging on a Star. Film: Rio Uphill, Cubby, Growing Up (And Other Lies). Television: East New York, The Blacklist, Blue Bloods, The Affair, The Americans, Elementary, BrainDead, Show Me A Hero, Nurse Jackie, Smash, The Big C, Rescue Me, Damages, Whoopi, 100 Centre Street. Voiceover: Triple-Negative Breast Cancer “Linda” (cdc.gov), Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Print: Gain Mango Tango “Dancing Lady”. @msdanielleleegreaves



MYLINDA HULL MCC debut. Broadway: Mr. Saturday NightThe NanceDirty Rotten ScoundrelsSweet Charity, Little Shop Of Horrors42nd Street. Off-Broadway: Skittles Commercial-The Broadway Musical (Town Hall)Road Show (Public), I Love You, You’re Perfect… (Westside), Lyrics and Lyricists (David Yazbek). Encores: High Button Shoes, The New YorkersMerrily We Roll AlongGirl CrazyFace The Music. Regional: Guys and Dolls (IRNE Award, North Shore), The Last Days of Summer (George St Playhouse), Dancing At Lughnasa (Two River), Our Own (NYSAF). Television: Fosse/Verdon, The Big C, Inside Amy Schumer. PBS Great Performances: The NanceCrazy For You (Tess).



Daniel Jenkins (Zachary) Broadway: Oslo, Golden Boy, Billy Elliot, Mary Poppins, Wrong Mountain, Big, (Drama Desk nomination), Angels in America, Big River (2003/1985 Tony, DD noms). Recent Off-Broadway: Daniel co-wrote and performed Borrowed Cash, a multi-media theatre/concert with Melissa van der Schyff in NY and Cambridge. Golden Shield, Something Clean,To Peter Pan on her 70th Birthday, Oslo, Travels with my Aunt, Stage Kiss, Paris Commune (Civilians Associate Artist), Sex Lives of our Parents, Benefactors, Love Child (co-written w/ Robert Stanton). Composer/performer of Feast Here Tonight at the Vineyard theatre. Film: Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman. For Robert Altman: O.C. and Stiggs, Tanner ’88, The Caine Mutiny Court Martial. Also, Cradle Will Rock, Glory, In Country, Five Corners. Recent TV: “The Watcher”, “City on a Hill”, “Blacklist”, “New Amsterdam”. Daniel would like to thank his delightful family.



CEDRIC LAMAR MCC debut! Off Broadway: Three MusketeersMacbeth, Richard III (The Acting Company), Songs About Trains (Radical Evolution/Working Theater) King Lear (NY Classical Theatre); Regional: Hamlet, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Antony and Cleopatra, Comedy of Errors, Oklahoma!, The Wiz, Off the Rails, La Comedia of Errors, (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); Pericles (OSF, Guthrie, Folger Theatre) Mother Road (OSF, Arena Stage, San Diego Rep) The Boy Who Kissed the Sky (Alliance, Seattle Children’s Theatre) Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet, Henry V (Heart of America Shakespeare Festival); Twelfth Night, The Tempest (Santa Cruz Shakespeare) Topdog Underdog (Unicorn Theatre). Composer: Alice in Wonderland (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Twelfth Night (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey) Album release: “Kingdoms and Tall Grass” (Spotify, iTunes, etc.). Upcoming music project: Homesick Sun. Thanks to the HCKR teamBe kind and support artists. cedriclamar.com. @cedricandthe7ages



MARISSA MEDINA (she/her) is thrilled to be making her MCC debut! Regional: GYPSY and JERSEY BOYS (Theatre Aspen), BORN YESTERDAY (UA Rep), THE RIVER BRIDE (AZ Theatre). TV: “CHICAGO MED,” “GUERA.” Marissa is also involved with the Latiné Musical Theatre Lab, an organization that develops and advocates for new Latiné-written works of musical theatre. Love and endless thanks to her family, Matt, and her wonderful team at Wolf Talent Group. marissamedina.com
IG: @marissamedina10



JESSICA MOLASKEY is a veteran of a dozen Broadway shows including the revival of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Sunday in the Park with George. She has originated roles in Parade, (directed by Hal Prince) and A Man of No Importance at Lincoln Center. Other Broadway credits include Dream, Tommy, Crazy for You, Les Misérables, City of Angels, Chess, Cats and Oklahoma! and the Most Happy Fella at City Center. Off Broadway: original cast of Songs For A New World, Dream True, Wise Guys (Stephen Sondheim, Sam Mendes) and Weird Romance. Ms. Molaskey has five, critically acclaimed, solo recordings and has performed extensively in concert all over the world including 15 seasons at the famed Cafe Carlyle. She hosts a national weekly radio show called Radio Deluxe with her husband John Pizzarelli.



FERGIE PHILIPPE Off-Broadway Debut. Grateful to be in the room with this incredible cast and team!  Credits – Broadway: Camelot (Sagramore, King Arthur U/S), Hamilton (Mulligan/Madison). National Tour: Hamilton (Mulligan/Madison). Regional: Ragtime (Coalhouse, Playmaker’s Rep Theatre), Legally Blonde (Emmett Forrest, The MUNY), Twelfth Night (Orsino, Arkansas Shakes), Parade (Conley, MGR Playhouse). TV/Film: The Good Fight, The Gilded Age, Law and Order: SVU, Space Cadet. Love and thanks to his family, HCKR Agency, The Boothe Group, Disney World, Jim Henson and he dedicates every performance to his father, Fernand, may he rest in peace. BFA. Elon University. @fergsters95



ELISEO ROMÁN Broadway: On Your Feet (Jose Fajardo); Leap of Faith (Angel); In the Heights (Piragua Guy); Hair – Tribe . Off-Broadway: The Light in the Piazza (NY City Center Encores), Oliver! (NY City Center Encores), Pirates of Penzance (Delacorte), In the Heights (DRAMA DESK AWARD); Godspell (York); A New Brain (Lincoln Center). Regional: A New Brain – (Barrington Stage) In The Heights – (Kennedy Center), Zorro – (Alliance Theatre), Little Miss Sunshine – (La Jolla Playhouse), Man in the Ring – (Huntington Theatre). TV/Movie: AnnieLive!, (NBC), Across the Universe! Eliseo wishes to Thank Milly, Nelly, Michael, Chris, Core 4+1 and The Mine for their unwavering support and love.



(Florencia): Broadway: Freestyle Love SupremeNatasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812. Off-Broadway: The Beautiful Lady (La Mama); Morning//Mourning (HERE); Oratorio For Living Things (Ars Nova, Lortel Award); Freestyle Love Supreme (Ars Nova); In The Green (LCT3, Lortel Award nomination); The Lucky Ones (Ars Nova); Hadestown (NYTW); In Love With Jobim (York Theatre). Regional: Cowboy Bob (Alley Theatre); The Tattooed Lady (Philadelphia Theatre Company, Barrymore Award nomination), Life After (Goodman Theatre), A Crossing (Barrington Stage Company), Moby-Dick (A.R.T.), The Great Comet of 1812 (A.R.T.), Prometheus Bound (A.R.T.), EvitaWest Side StoryThe Sound of Music. Concerts: Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Joe’s Pub, 54 Below. Film: The Kitchen.



BEN LEVI ROSS can be seen in Lin Manuel Miranda’s feature directorial debut, Tick, Tick… Boom! on Netflix. Earlier last year, Ben returned to the stage of Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway as ‘Evan Hansen’, after leading the first national tour in the same role. He joined the tour after understudying all three male leads in the Broadway company and made his debut in the show while he was only a freshman at Carnegie Mellon. Additionally, he played ‘Henry’ in Next to Normal at the Kennedy Center. Ben also releases music under the alias Boychik.



KYLE SHERMAN (U/S Ethan, Billy/Waldo) Notable Credits include: Keen Company’s Ordinary Days (Warren), TNNY’s The Jury (Mason), For the Record’s The Brat Pack (Geek), and Netflix’s The Only Podcast Left (USC). Kyle is often found workshopping new plays and musicals, and singing pop songs into microphones and hairbrushes across the city. Beyond thrilled to be here! Unending love and gratitude to the ones that keep me going, you know who you are: my friends, my family, and The Mine. Instagram/TikTok: @kshermanatorr



ANN SANDERS was last seen in Lincoln Center’s revival of Camelot. She has the honor of being the first Asian American actor to portray Anna Leonowens in The King and I and Belle in Beauty and the Beast on BroadwayHer other Broadway credits include The Music Man,Dear Evan Hansen, Frozen, If/Then, Leap of Faith, and Avenue Q. Off-Broadway: Plenty (The Public Theatre), Falsettoland (The Vineyard Theatre). International: Miss Saigon. Regional: World premiere of Allegiance (The Old Globe), Shrek (The MUNY) and Hair (ATP). National Tour: South Pacific. Television: “The Good Fight,” “Evil,” “New Amsterdam,” “Madam Secretary,” “Instinct,” “Elementary,” “The Big C,” “Unforgettable,” “FBI.” @AnnSandersNYC



MICHAEL WINTHER Broadway: Flying Over Sunset, Fun Home, 33 Variations, Mamma Mia!, The Crucible, 1776, Damn Yankees, Artist Descending a Staircase. OffBway: Fun Home (Public), Hapgood (LCT), My Coma Dreams (Skirball Ctr, NYU and Miller Theater, Columbia), Light Falls (John Jay/Brian Greene), The Laramie Project Cycle (BAM/Harvey Theater), Merrily We Roll Along (Encores!), Songs From An Unmade Bed (Drama Desk and Lortel nominations; NYTW), Radiant Baby (Public), Tony’n’ Tina’s Wedding (Orig Cast). Concerts include: Lincoln Center’s American Songbook, What Makes It Great? (Rob Kapilow), Joe’s Pub, 54 Below, Carnegie Hall, Kaufman Music Center, The White House. Regional includes: Ahmanson/CTG, Old Globe, Goodspeed, Guthrie, George Street, La Jolla, Yale Rep, McCarter, Baltimore/ Centerstage, Perseverance, Berkeley Rep. Film/TV: The Avengers, Jumper, The BreakUp, Independence Day, “Hunters,” “Light Falls,” “Blacklist,” “Boardwalk Empire.” Graduate: Williams College.

choreography by KARLA PUNO GARCIA
scenic designer BEOWULF BORITT
costume designer MÁRION TALÁN DE LA ROSA
lighting designer JEANETTE OI-SUK YEW
sound designer JON WESTON
orchestrations and arrangements JASON ROBERT BROWN
music director TOM MURRAY
music coordinator KRISTY NORTER
production stage manager BECKY FLEMING

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