Days of Wine and Roses
book BY CRAIG LUCAS
music & lyrics by adam guettel
CHOREOGRAPHY BY Sergio Trujillo & Karla Puno GarciA
DIRECTED BY michael greif
Based on the play by JP Miller
and the Warner Bros. film
Produced by special arrangement with Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures
Exclusive World Premiere Musical Event
may 5 – july 16, 2023
Linda Gross Theater
Adapted from JP Miller’s 1962 film and original 1958 teleplay, composer & lyricist Adam Guettel (Floyd Collins) and playwright Craig Lucas (An American in Paris) reunite in their first collaboration since their acclaimed The Light in the Piazza. A world premiere musical directed by Michael Greif (Dear Evan Hansen).
“A Jazzy, Aching New Musical with wells of compassion! “Days of Wine and Roses” fills the old Gothic parish house with glorious sound.”
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“Kelli O’Hara and Brian d’Arcy James soar in “Days of Wine and Roses”.”
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“A gorgeously and expressionistically scored new musical. Greif is the ideal director!”
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“One of the Century’s Few Great Musicals! Sounds like nothing else in the theater. An audacious masterstroke of theatrical derring-do.”
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“Brian d’Arcy James and Kelli O’Hara Are the Best They’ve Ever Been! You’ll never see anything like it again.”
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Kelli O’Hara and Brian d’Arcy James star in a searing new musical about a couple falling in love in 1950’s New York and struggling against themselves to rebuild a family.
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Cast & Creative
CRAIG LUCAS (Book) wrote the plays Blue Window, Change Agent, The Dying Gaul, God’s Heart, I Was Most Alive with You, The Lying Lesson, Missing Persons, Reckless, Prayer for My Enemy, Ode to Joy, Prelude to a Kiss, The Singing Forest, Small Tragedy, Stranger; books for the musicals Amélie, An American in Paris, Days of Wine and Roses, The Light in the Piazza, Marry Me A Little, Three Postcards; screenplays for Blue Window, Longtime Companion, Prelude to a Kiss, Reckless, The Dying Gaul, Secret Lives of Dentists; the opera libretti for Orpheus in Love, Two Boys; and the ballet libretto for Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella. He directed world premieres of The Light in the Piazza, I Was Most Alive With You, Ode to Joy, Change Agent & This Thing of Darkness (co-author David Schulner) and Harry Kondoleon’s plays Saved or Destroyed & Play Yourself & the movies The Dying Gaul & Birds of America. He received the Excellence in Literature Award from the American Academy of Arts & Letters, Drama Desk, Obie, L.A. Drama Critics, Laura Pels/PEN Mid-career, LAMBDA Literary, Hull-Warriner, Sundance Audience, Flora Roberts, Madge Evans-Sidney Kingsley & the Steinberg/ACTA Best Play & the Hermitage Greenfield Prize among other honors.
Headshot photo credit: Bronwen Sharp
Music & Lyrics
ADAM GUETTEL (Music, Lyrics and Orchestrations) is a composer/lyricist and teacher living in New York City. He was nominated for the 2019 Tony Award for Best Original Score for To Kill a Mockingbird. Other theater credits include The Light in the Piazza (2005; Tony Awards for Best Original Score and Best Orchestrations; Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding Music and Outstanding Orchestrations; Grammy Award nomination for Best Musical Theater Album; cast album on Nonesuch Records), Floyd Collins (1996 at Playwrights Horizons; Lucille Lortel Award for Best Musical, Obie Award for Best Music; cast album on Nonesuch Records), and Saturn Returns (1998 at The Public Theater; recorded by Nonesuch Records as Myths and Hymns). Other awards include the Stephen Sondheim Award (1990), the ASCAP New Horizons Award (1997), and the American Composers Orchestra Award (2005). He received an honorary doctorate from Lehman College in 2007 and was made an honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music in 2019.
MICHAEL GREIF (Director). Notable productions on and off Broadway include: The Low Road, Fucking A, Dogeaters, Giant, The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide, Romeo and Juliet, Machinal at The Public and Delacorte; Our Lady of Kibeho, A Few Stout Individuals, Landscape of the Body, Angels in America at NY’s Signature Theater; Dear Evan Hansen, Next to Normal (also Arena Stage and Broadway), A Parallelogram, Make Believe at Second Stage; Grey Gardens (also Broadway), Far From Heaven, Spatter Pattern at Playwrights Horizons; Street Scene, Therese Raquin, The Cherry Orchard at Williamstown Theater Festival; and Rent at the New York Theater Workshop and Broadway. Most recently, he, along with Schele Williams, co-directed the critically acclaimed musical adaption of The Notebook at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
SERGIO TRUJILLO (Co-Choreographer) has choreographed over 12 Broadway musicals and in 2011 four of his productions ran simultaneously on Broadway: Next To Normal (2010 Pulitzer Prize), The Addams Family, Memphis (Olivier Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, NAACP Award) and Jersey Boys (Greenroom Award). Most recently directed Arrabal for American Repertory Theater (Elliot Norton Award for best direction), Cirque Du Soleil’s Paramour for Stage Entertainment and co-directed The Harder They Come at the Public Theatre. He is the first Latinx recipient of the Tony Award for Best Choreography and was honored with the Tony in 2019 for Ain’t Too Proud. Additionally, he won the 2015 Olivier Award for Best Theatre Choreographer for Memphis. Upcoming projects include: Real Women Have Curves at The ART.
KARLA PUNO GARCIA
KARLA PUNO GARCIA (Co-Choreographer). A proud Filipina-American from the Washington DC area, Karla’s choreography credits include Lin Manuel Miranda directed film tick, tick … BOOM! on Netflix (add’l scenes); Power: Raising Kanaan on Starz; Duncan Sheik’s Noir (Alley Theatre); Mathew Lopez’s Somewhere (Geva Theatre); Gone Missing (Encores Off-Center); Other World (Delaware Theatre Company); and In The Heights (VA Repertory – Best Choreography). Upcoming: Rent (Theatre Aspen) and a new immersive show in NYC. As a performer, Karla was the first Filipina cast member in Broadway’s HAMILTON and has appeared in several Broadway shows, TV series’, and films. NYU Tisch BFA. Love and thanks to Sergio, Lakey, Luke, Mommy, Jitter, Rocky, Daddy above, and my David. IG: KarlaPunoGarcia
KIMBERLY GRIGSBY (Music Direction). Broadway: Camelot, Flying Over Sunset, To Kill A Mockingbird, Head Over Heels, Amélie, Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, Spring Awakening (OBC), The Light in the Piazza, Caroline, or Change (OBC), The Full Monty, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Twelfth Night. Off-Broadway: The Lucky Ones, The Fortress of Solitude, Here Lies Love, Coraline, Songs From an Unmade Bed, The Immigrant, Radiant Baby, Mother Courage and Her Children, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Twelfth Night (NY Shakespeare Festival). Other collaborations include My Life Is A Fairy Tale and Orphan of Zhao (Lincoln Center Festival); The Lion, The Unicorn and Me (Washington National Opera); Fiddler on the Roof (Lyric Opera of Chicago).
Understudy Joe Clay
STEVEN BOOTH (Understudy Joe Clay). Broadway: Tina: The Tina Turner Musical (Phil Spector/Terry Britten), School of Rock (Ned), Glory Days (Will), Avenue Q (Princeton/Rod u/s). Off-Broadway: Dogfight (Gibbs). National tours: Kinky Boots (Charlie Price). Recent Regional: Elf the Musical (Buddy). Film/TV: “Modern Love” (Craig). Much thanks to my manager Steve Maihack. All my love to Molly, Maezie, and Sawyer.
SHARON CATHERINE BROWN
Mrs. Nolan, Saleswoman
SHARON CATHERINE BROWN (Mrs. Nolan, Saleswoman) is the daughter of two former Broadway performers. The native New Yorker was last seen as Marilla Cuthbert in the world premiere of the Broadway bound Anne of Green Gables. Broadway: Caroline, or Change; Head Over Heels; Dreamgirls; Joseph…Dreamcoat; Maggie Flynn. TV: “The Good Fight,” “A Different World,” “Generations.” Film: Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, Sister Act II. Sharon was the first black woman to be cast as Lucy in Frank Wildhorn’s Jekyll & Hyde and recently played Madame Millet in the workshop of his new musical, Song of Bernadette. Sharon is a frequent guest performer with Seth Rudetsky at the prestigious Cafe Carlyle. Sharon is overjoyed to be reunited with Michael Greif, her director in Rent (Benny Company!). Sharon’s heart is her son, Elijah.
Salesman, Understudy Joe Clay
BILL ENGLISH (Texan, Salesman, Understudy Joe Clay) is thrilled to join this incredible company and make his Atlantic Theater debut! Broadway: Anything Goes, Twentieth Century (Roundabout). NYC/Regional: The Shaggs (NYMF); Streamers (Roundabout); Into the Woods (Flint Rep); Borderland (BAM); The Music Man (ATC); The Full Monty, A Christmas Carol (NSMT); While We Were Bowling (CCTP), and others. TV: “Madam Secretary”, “The Good Wife,” “Elementary,” “Person of Interest,” “Outnumbered,” “Cavemen,” “Family Guy,” “Melrose Place.” Training: BFA, University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Much love and thanks to Mom, Dad, John, Alicia, Pam, and my KMR team!
Understudy Kirsten Arnesen, Understudy Mrs. Nolan, Understudy Betty
NICOLE FERGUSON (Understudy Kirsten Arnesen, Mrs. Nolan, Betty). Nicole is honored to be a part of Days of Wine and Roses. Roundabout: Fiasco’s Merrily We Roll Along. National Tour: LCT’s My Fair Lady, LCT’s The King and I, Sister Act. She grew up in Hong Kong and the DMV and graduated from OCU. Thanks to DGRW, Telsey, Drew Wutke, Mark Price, and all mentors. Love to her ‘ohana, friends, and her partner in crime, Eric Chambliss. @nikki_fergie
Betty, Understudy Kristen Arnesen
OLIVIA HERNANDEZ (Betty) made her Broadway debut last year in Plaza Suite. Regional credits include Elizabeth Bennet in Austen’s Pride (The 5th Avenue Theatre), Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls (The Guthrie), Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins, Laurey in Oklahoma! (Theatre Under The Stars), Guenevere in Camelot (Gulfshore Playhouse), and Songs For A New World (The Cape Playhouse and Paper Mill Playhouse). Olivia appeared as Susan on the Grammy-nominated world premiere recording of Stephen Schwartz’s Snapshots (Broadway Records). She is a graduate of The University of Michigan’s Musical Theatre Department. Love to Avalon, LOVF, and SD. For Tim.
Brian d'Arcy James
BRIAN D’ARCY JAMES (Joe) is a three-time Tony nominated actor (Something Rotten, Shrek the Musical, and Sweet Smell of Success) who just completed star studded run of the Broadway revival of Into The Woods as The Baker. He is nominated for a 2023 Independent Spirit Award in the category of Best Supporting Performance for his work in the critically acclaimed independent film The Cathedral currently available on MUBI. He stars opposite Anne Hathaway, Peter Dinklage, and Marisa Tomei in the upcoming Rebecca Miller film She Came to Me, that will open the 2023 Berlin Film Festival in February. Other upcoming film and television projects include Pain Hustlers, opposite Emily Blunt and Chris Evans; Devil’s Peak, with Billy Bob Thornton, Robin Wright, and Jackie Earle Haley; the HBO Max’s miniseries “Love and Death” with Elizabeth Olsen produced by Nicole Kidman and David E. Kelley; and as Bruce Adler (Edward’s father) on Apple TV+’s “Dear Edward,” premiering on Feb 3. In 2015, he originated the role of King George III in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton Off-Broadway and reprised the role on Broadway in the summer of 2017. Other Broadway and Off-Broadway credits include: The Ferryman directed by Sam Mendes; Time Stands Still with Laura Linney, Christina Ricci and Eric Bogosian; the Lincoln Center production of Macbeth opposite Ethan Hawke and directed by Jack O’Brien; the Pulitzer Prize–winning musical Next to Normal; Conor McPherson’s The Good Thief (OBIE Award winner); The Wild Party; Port Authority (Lucille Lortel Winner); The Lieutenant of Inishmore; The Apple Tree; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels; Titanic; Carousel; Blood Brothers and others. Brian starred in the Best Picture Oscar®-winning film Spotlight (2016), the Oscar nominated West Side Story (2021), among many others.
BYRON JENNINGS (Arnesen). Broadway: Harry Potter, She Loves Me, You Can’t Take It With You, Macbeth, Arcadia, The Merchant of Venice, Inherit The Wind, Noises Off, Is He Dead, Accent on Youth, Heartbreak House, A Touch of the Poet, Twelve Angry Men, The Man Who Came To Dinner, A Month in the Country, Henry IV, Dinner At Eight, The Invention of Love, Carousel, Sight Unseen. Off-Broadway: Plenty, Waste, Don Juan, The Foreigner, Dealer’s Choice, Stuff Happens, Pericles, The Merchant of Venice, On the Open Road, The Twenty-seventh Man, Ten Chimneys.
DAVID JENNINGS (Jim Hungerford). Broadway: Tina: The Tina Turner Musical (Richard Bullock); Once On This Island (Armand); After Midnight (Standby for star lead); Hands On A Hardbody. Off-Broadway: The Secret Life Of Bees (standby). West End/London: The Genius Of Ray Charles (Lead). National: Ragtime (Coalhouse); Miss Saigon (John); Kinky Boots (Simon Sr.); Waitress (featured); Porgy & Bess (Porgy); Freaky Friday (Mike); Dreamgirls (Curtis) with Jennifer Holliday; Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Grammy Award nominee for 30th Anniversary Recording). Television: “Law & Order: SVU” (NBC), “Blue Bloods” (CBS); “The Shield” (FX); “The Sinner” (USA); “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” (HBO). IG: @djmusicbiz
Rad, Understudy Arnesen
TED KOCH (Rad) Broadway: To Kill A Mockingbird, JUNK, The Pillowman, Death of a Salesman, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Elling. National Tours: Frost/Nixon, Death of a Salesman. Off-Broadway and Regional credits include: The Gravediggers Lullaby and Abundance (TACT) Strange Interlude (Shakespeare Theatre) Donnybrook! (Irish Rep.) True West (Arena Stage, Helen Hayes nomination Best Actor) All’s Well That Ends Well (Goodman Theatre) Television credits include: Dear Edward, FBI Most Wanted, Succession, New Amsterdam, Bull, The Get Down, The Path, Blindspot, Elementary, The Americans, Punisher, Person of Interest, The Good Wife, Gossip Girl, The Sopranos, The West Wing, Law & Order, Ed. Films include: Cold Souls, Hannibal, Englishman In New York, Death of a Salesman, Love to Leenya, Autumn in New York, Dinner Rush.
ELLA DANE MORGAN
ELLA DANE MORGAN (Lila), 11 years old, is thrilled to return to the stage in Days of Wine and Roses. Ella made her Broadway debut at age 4 in Waitress (2016-2017). She could be seen performing in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and on “Good Morning America” with the Waitress cast during her incredible year in the show. Other credits include: Film (Girl Clown, Columbarium, Ellie, Impossible Choice, Princess Cut 2, Zero), TV (“Diabolical”), Voiceover (Upcoming Projects), Commercials (Domestic & International). Ella enjoys dance, taekwondo, rock climbing, ukulele, reading Rick Riordan, and hanging out with her pets and brother, Cade. Much gratitude to the DOWAR Creative Team, Telsey, Sam & Victoria at A3, and my manager, Chelsea Streano. Love to my family!! @ella_dane_
KELLI O’HARA (Kirsten), star of stage and screen, has established herself as one of Broadway’s greatest leading ladies. Her portrayal of Anna Leonowens in The King and I garnered her the 2015 Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, along with Grammy, Drama League, Outer Critics, and Olivier Nominations. She reprised the role while making her West End debut, and performed a limited engagement at Tokyo’s Orb Theatre. Kelli received an Emmy Award nomination for her portrayal of Katie Bonner in Topic’s hit web series, “The Accidental Wolf,” and can currently be seen as Aurora Fane on HBO’s critically acclaimed series, “The Gilded Age.” Other film and television credits include: “13 Reasons Why,” All the Bright Places, “Peter Pan Live!,” Sex & The City 2, Martin Scorsese’s The Key to Reserva, Showtime’s “Master of Sex,” “The Good Fight,” “Blue Bloods,” “N3mbers,” and the animated series “Car Talk.” Other Broadway credits include Kiss Me Kate (Tony, Drama League, OCC nominations), The Bridges of Madison County (Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, OCC nominations), Nice Work if You Can Get It (Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, OCC nominations), South Pacific (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC nominations), The Pajama Game (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC nominations), The Light in the Piazza (Tony, Drama Desk nominations), Sweet Smell of Success, Follies, Dracula and Jekyll & Hyde. The Times has hailed her as “Broadway musical’s undisputed queen”. She was awarded the prestigious Drama League’s Distinguished Achievement in Musical Theatre Award in 2019. In 2015, she made her Metropolitan Opera debut in Lehar’s The Merry Widow opposite Renee Fleming and in 2018 returned as Despina in Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte. She was last seen at The Metropolitan Opera in the world premiere of Kevin Puts’ The Hours as Laura Brown. Her concerts have gained international acclaim, spanning from Carnegie Hall to Tokyo. She is a frequent performer on PBS’s live telecasts, The Kennedy Center Honors, and performs often alongside The New York Philharmonic and The New York Pops. Along with her two Grammy nominations, her solo albums, Always and Wonder in the World, are available on Ghostlight Records. Season 3 of “The Accidental Wolf” is now streaming on Topic. Upcoming, season 2 of “The Gilded Age” on HBO.
SCARLETT UNGER (Understudy Lila) is thrilled and so grateful to join Days of Wine and Roses, her Off-Broadway debut! Scarlett is a singer, actor, and dancer from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She absolutely loves performing and has competed in regional singing and dance competitions since she was a tater-tot. She also really enjoys improv, traveling with her family, shopping, hanging out with her doggies, and playing Roblox with her friends. Broadway tour: Waitress. Regional Theatre: A Christmas Carol and Evita. TV: “Welcome to Flatch” (FOX) and “Ordinary Joe” (NBC). Voice Over: BebeFinn (Netflix, YouTube) and Pinkfong Sing-Along Movie 2. Huge thanks: The Telsey Office, Lil Angels Unlimited, Stewart Talent, KUTalent, her family, and her amazing, wonderful coaches and teachers.
Understudy Hungerford, Understudy Arnesen
KELCEY WATSON (Understudy Hungerford/Arnesen) makes his debut at Atlantic Theater. He worked with John Beasley for nearly a decade at the John Beasley Theater and Workshop in Omaha, NE. Theater credits: The Oresteia (Shakespeare Theater Company D.C.); Six Degrees of Separation (Blue Barn Theater); Minstrel Show! Or The Lynching Of William Brown (NJ Rep); The Piano Lesson, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Two Trains Running, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Fences (John Beasley Theater and Workshop); Hollywood In The Hood (Watts Village Theatre Co.); Radio Golf – understudy (A Noise Within); Sweat (Boise Contemporary Theater). TV credits: “Mad About You,” Ryan Murphy’s “Hollywood,” “East Of La Brea,” “Snowfall.” Education: American Academy of Dramatic Arts (NYC) and ‘The School’ at Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Chicago).
Kirsten Arnesen (at June 23, 24, 25 performances)
ELENA SHADDOW (Kirsten Arnesen at June 23, 24, 25 performances) is grateful and honored to be able to share this version of Kirsten Arnesen with you all. Broadway shows and tours include: Les Misérables, Sweet Smell of Success, Nine, Fiddler…, Woman in White, La Cage Aux Folles, Bridges of Madison County, The Visit, The King and I (tour), and The Light in the Piazza (tour). Various film and television credits include “NCIS: New Orleans,” “Conviction,” “Person of Interest,” The Intern, “Time After Time,” and she portrayed Sister Sophia in NBC’s “Sound of Music Live.” She is a professor at the Steinhardt School at NYU, co-founder of a performing arts program called Theatre Arts Project in Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ, married to Michael Harrington and mom to Adelina and Liam. Special thanks to Adam, Craig, Michael, Kim, Brian and Kelli for their belief and trust in me. And as always, thank you Craig Burns, Dianna, Ben and Jeff. This performance is dedicated to my grandmother Philomena Shaddow. @elenashaddowofficial
LIZZIE CLACHAN (Set Design) designs for theatre and opera in the UK and internationally and was nominated as Designer of the Year at the International Opera Awards 2020 and 2022. Most recent projects include Lucia Di Lammermoor (The Metropolitan Opera & LA Opera); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Malmo Stadsteater); Blindness (Donmar Warehouse & Daryl Roth Theatre); A Number, White Noise (Bridge Theatre); The Son (Kiln/West End); The Nico Project (MIF/ Melbourne Festival); Rutherford and Son, Absolute Hell, As You Like It, Treasure Island, Edward II (National Theatre, London); Cyprus Avenue (Public Theater, New York / Abbey Theatre, Dublin); Adler & Gibb (Royal Court); Drei Schwestern (Stadttheater Basel); Ibsen Huis (Toneelgroep Avignon Festival); Yerma (Young Vic, The Armory, New York & Schaubuhne, Berlin).
DEDE AYITE (Costume Design) is a two-time Tony award nominated costume designer working in theater, opera, and film. Her most recent Broadway credits include Topdog Underdog, Ohio State Murders, American Buffalo, How I Learned to Drive, A Soldier’s Play, and Slave Play. Her select Off-Broadway credits include Merry Wives (The Public Theater); Seven Deadly Sins (Tectonic); Secret Life of Bees, Marie and Rosetta, (Atlantic); By The Way, Meet Vera Stark, (Signature); Nollywood Dreams, BLKS, School Girls… (MCC); Bella: An American Tall Tale (Playwrights Horizons); Toni Stone (Roundabout). Regionally, Ayite’s work has appeared at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Steppenwolf, Arena Stage, and more. She has worked in television with Netflix, Comedy Central, and FOX Shortcoms. Ayite earned her MFA at the Yale School of Drama and has received a TDF/Kitty Leech Young Master Award, Obie, Drama Desk, Henry Hewes, Lucille Lortel, Audelco, Helen Hayes, Theatre Bay Area, and Jeff Awards.
BEN STANTON (Lighting Design). Broadway: Good Night, Oscar, The Collaboration, A Christmas Carol, The Rose Tattoo, Derren Brown: Secret, Junk (Tony nomination), Regina Spektor: Live on Broadway, Fun Home (Tony nomination), Six Degrees of Separation, Deaf West’s Spring Awakening (Tony nomination), Fully Committed, An Enemy of the People, Seminar. Upcoming: The Notebook. benstanton.com
KAI HARADA (Sound Design). Broadway: New York, New York; Kimberly Akimbo; The Old Man and the Pool; Mister Saturday Night; Head Over Heels; The Band’s Visit (Tony Award, Drama Desk Award); 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: Hercules (Papermill); Merrily We Roll Along (NYTW); Crazy For You (Chichester Festival); The Karate Kid (Stages St. Louis); The Bedwetter (Atlantic); Swept Away (Berkeley Rep); Soft Power (Public Theatre, CTG); Marie: Dancing Still (5th Ave); The Light in the Piazza, Candide (L.A. Opera); We Live in Cairo, The Black Clown (ART); assorted musicals at City Center Encores! and the Kennedy Center. Education: Yale University.
DAVID BRIAN BROWN
DAVID BRIAN BROWN (Hair Design). Broadway Highlights: Life of Pi, Mrs. Doubtfire (Drama Desk Award), Moulin Rouge, Kiss Me Kate, Come From Away, Dear Evan Hansen, Kiss Me Kate, Travesties, Frozen, War Paint (Drama Desk Award), She Loves Me (Drama Desk Nomination), Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Gigi, If/Then, Bridges of Madison County, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Death of a Salesman, Follies, Sister Act, Arcadia, A Steady Rain, Shrek, Legally Blonde, Spamalot, Chita The Dancers Life, Nine, Gypsy, Flower Drum Song, Sweet Smell of Success, Aida, The Iceman Cometh, Annie Get Your Gun, Chicago, Sideshow, Steel Pier. Off Broadway: Far From Heaven, Giant. Film credits: Peter Pan-Live, Sound of Music-Live, It’s Complicated, Angels In America (Emmy Nominated), Too Wong Foo…
Production Stage Manager
JUDITH SCHOENFELD (Production Stage Manager). Broadway credits: Dear Evan Hansen, If/Then, Next to Normal, Grey Gardens. Off-Broadway: Productions at Second Stage Theater, The Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, New York Theatre Workshop, Theatre for a New Audience, Mabou Mines, and Classic Stage Company. Additional work: Williamstown Theater Festival, Lincoln Center Festival, Spoleto Festival USA, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Goodspeed Opera House, Arena Stage, Dallas Theatre Center, and Great Lakes Theatre Festival. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
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