Joining previously announced stars Tony nominee Rob McClure, Brynn O’Malley, and Emmy and Golden Globe Award nominee Tony Danza, will be David Josefsberg (Motown The Musical), Tony Award nominee Nancy Opel (Urinetown), and Matthew Saldivar (Peter and the Starcatcher). The Broadway premiere of HONEYMOON IN VEGAS reunites all six principal actors who appeared in the acclaimed world premiere of the new musicalat Papermill Playhouse. Ensemble casting for HONEYMOON IN VEGAS will be announced in the coming weeks.
In addition to director Gary Griffin and choreographer Denis Jones, the creative team for HONEYMOON IN VEGAS will feature three-time Tony Award nominee Anna Louizos (scenic design), Emmy Award winner Brian C. Hemesath(costume design), Tony Award winner Howell Binkley (lighting design), Tony Award winner Scott Lehrer & Drama Desk Award winner Drew Levy (sound design), Tony and Grammy Award winner Don Sebesky (orchestrations),Larry Blank and Charlie Rosen (additional orchestrations), Tom Murray (music director), and Charles G. LaPointe (hair and wig design).
HONEYMOON IN VEGAS will play Broadway’s Brooks Atkinson Theatre (256 West 47th Street) with previews beginning Tuesday, November 18, 2014 for a Thursday, January 15, 2015 opening night.
HONEYMOON IN VEGAS tells the story of Jack Singer (Rob McClure), a regular guy with an extreme fear of marriage, who finally gets up the nerve to ask his girlfriend Betsy (Brynn O'Malley) to marry him. But when they head to Las Vegas to get hitched, smooth talking gambler Tommy Korman (Tony Danza), looking for a second chance at love, falls head over heels for Betsy. What happens next is anybody's bet!
HONEYMOON IN VEGAS is produced by Dena Hammerstein; Roy Gabay; Rich Entertainment Group; Dan Farah; Metro Card, Inc.; Dan Frishwasser; King's Leaves LLC; Leslie Greif/Thom Beers; Suzi Dietz & Lenny Beer; Howard Hoffman/Anna Czekaj; Important Musicals LLC; Sharon Karmazin; Krauss Freitag/Boyle Koenigsberg; L.G. Scott; Rick Steiner; Martin Markinson; Ruth Hendel/Ken Greiner; in association with Paper Mill Playhouse.
HONEYMOON IN VEGAS, based on the 1992 Castle Rock Entertainment Motion Picture, played an acclaimed try-out at the Paper Mill Playhouse late last year. Here’s a sampling of the reviews from that production:
“This delightful new musical based on the 1992 movie by Andrew Bergman, who also wrote the over-the-top funny book for this show features a revelation of a score by Jason Robert Brown that hooks you from the get-go. As performed under the single-malt-smooth direction of Gary Griffin, it’s a swinging hymn to laid-back outrageousness. The cooler-than-cool spirit of Frank Sinatra is present here, made flesh in a deliciously underplayed star turn by Tony Danza.”
- Ben Brantley, The New York Times
“The laughs come as fast as pulls on a slot machine in director Gary Griffin's guffaw-out-loud production. Jason Robert Brown's zippy score is a perfect complement to the daffiness of Andrew Bergman’s book with some of the wittiest lyrics in recent memory. The winning cast features Rob McClure who displays his gift for physical comedy, particularly when he joins the flying Elvises or mimics the ''Single Ladies'' dance while singing of his beloved Betsy, a crystal-voiced Brynn O’Malley.”
- Thom Geier, Entertainment Weekly
“HONEYMOON IN VEGAS is a fun, delightfully ditzy new musical with a bouncy score by Jason Robert Brown and a gag-filled book by Andrew Bergman. Rob McClure is terrific at physical comedy mining big laughs with his increasingly manic line readings. Tony Danza has the audience eating out of the palm of his hand. His timing is razor-sharp, his crooning pleasant, and his soft-shoe dancing smooth.”
- Frank Scheck, New York Post
“HONEYMOON IN VEGAS pulls out all the stops to entertain. Gary Griffin directs a zany production with inspired choreography by Denis Jones that is perfectly in tune with Andrew Bergman’s story and Jason Robert Brown’s lively music and lyrics that capture the splashy Sin City style and its outsize characters.”
- Ronni Rech, The Star-Ledger
Tickets for HONEYMOON IN VEGAS are on sale now via Ticketmaster.com or by calling 877-250-2929. Tickets available in person at the Brooks Atkinson box office, (256 West 47th Street) beginning Monday, October 20. Ticket prices range from $69 - $152 (all prices include a $2.00 facility fee).
ANDREW BERGMAN (Book) began his writing career at the very top, writing the story and co-authoring the screenplay of Blazing Saddles at the age of 27, and winning the Writers Guild of America award for Best Original Screenplay in 1975. He went on to write the screenplays for The In-Laws, Fletch, and Soapdish, and both wrote and directed The Freshman, Honeymoon in Vegas, It Could Happen to You, So Fine, and Striptease. In 2007 he was awarded the Ian McLellan Hunter Award by the Writers Guild of America for Lifetime Achievement in Screenwriting. Bergman also wrote the hit play Social Security, directed by Mike Nichols, which ran for a year on Broadway in 1986, and he is the author of four novels: Sleepless Nights, and the Jack LeVine detective series: The Big Kiss of 1944, Hollywood and LeVine, and Tender Is LeVine.
JASON ROBERT BROWN (Score, Orchestrations) has won three Tony Awards for his groundbreaking work as a composer, lyricist, and orchestrator. His emotionally incisive, ferociously energetic, and deeply human scores for The Bridges of Madison County (Tony and Drama Desk Awards for Best Original Score and Best Orchestrations), Parade (Tony and Drama Desk Awards), The Last Five Years (Drama Desk Awards), 13,and Songs for a New World have brought his unique voice and highly personal songs to stages all over the world. Other works include his "novel symphony," The Trumpet of the Swan (written with Marsha Norman), which he conducted with the National Symphony Orchestra. Jason also tours with his band The Caucasian Rhythm Kings, with whom he has recorded a CD, Wearing Someone Else's Clothes.
GARY GRIFFIN (Director) directed the acclaimed premiere of Honeymoon in Vegas at the Paper Mill Playhouse. In New York City, he has directed The Color Purple and The Apple Tree starring Kristin Chenoweth on Broadway as well as seven productions for City Center Encores! series. He also directed The Sound of Music at Carnegie Hall and made his New York debut with Beautiful Thing at the Cherry Lane Theatre. He is associate artistic director of Chicago Shakespeare Theatre where he has directed Road Show, Gypsy, Sunday in the Park with George, A Little Night Music, and Pacific Overtures, a production which was remounted at the Donmar Warehouse and received the Olivier Award for Outstanding Musical Production. At the Stratford Festival of Canada he has directed West Side Story, Evita, Camelot, and currently Antony and Cleopatra. For the Lyric Opera Chicago he has directed The Merry Widow, The Mikado, and Oklahoma. Regionally, he has directed for The Muny in St. Louis, The McCarter, Alliance Theatre, Kansas City Repertory, Signature Theatre, and the Actor's Theatre of Louisville. For his work he has received 10 Joseph Jefferson Awards, Olivier, and Helen Hayes nominations, and most recently, the Artistic Excellence Award from the League of Chicago Theatres.
DENIS JONES (Choreographer). Recent credits include Piece of My Heart (Signature, NY), Disaster! (St. Luke’s), The Sound of Music (Chicago Lyric Opera), Johnny Baseball, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, She Loves Me (Williamstown Theater Festival), Chicago, Spamalot (Muny), Damn Yankees, Thoroughly Modern Millie (Paper Mill Playhouse), Elf (5th Ave), and PIrates! (Huntington Theatre Company). Denis was the Associate Choreographer for Broadway's Legally Blonde and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and upcoming projects include Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn and Hee Haw.
ROB MCCLURE (Jack Singer) received Tony, Drama League, Astaire, and Outer Critics Circle nominations and won Theatre World and Clive Barnes awards for his performance in the title role of Chaplin: The Musical. Rob’s other Broadway credits include I'm Not Rappaport, opposite Judd Hirsch and Ben Vereen, and the roles of Princeton and Rod in Avenue Q. He later received a Helen Hayes nomination for his performance in the Avenue Q national tour. He delighted 92nd Street Y audiences in Kathleen Marshall’s salute to MGM musicals Going Hollywood and similarly charmed crowds at New York City Center Encores!in Where’s Charley? and Irma La Douce.Rob was thrilled to return “home” to Paper Mill Playhouse last season to originate the role of Jack in the world premiere production of Honeymoon in Vegas. He could not be happier to be bringing Sin City to Broadway alongside Tony Danza! Regionally, he appeared in the world premiere of Ken Ludwig’s The Game’s Afoot at the Cleveland Playhouse and Robert and Willie Reale’s Johnny Baseball at the American Repertory Theatre. A fan favorite at St Louis’s Muny, Rob has been seen there in Little Shop of Horrors, Mary Poppins, Shrek, The Addams Family, and Hello, Dolly! Particularly active in the Philadelphia theater scene, Rob has collaborated with the Arden Theatre Co. (A Funny Thing…, Flea and the Professor), The Walnut Street (Mozart in Amadeus, Carmen Ghia in The Producers), and many more, winning him two Barrymore Awards for Best Actor. Other regional work includes; The Old Globe, Delaware Theatre Co., Flat Rock Playhouse, McCarter Theatre, and LaJolla Playhouse. Rob recently made his film debut in the Award winning short film Recursion, directed by Sam Buntrock for which Rob won Best Actor at The Queen’s World Film Festival. He also recently made his network television debut, guest starring on the hit CBS crime drama, “Person of Interest.”
BRYNN O’MALLEY (Betsey Nolan). On Broadway, O’Malley most recently played Grace Farrell in the revival of Annie. Her other Broadway credits include: Nessarose in Wicked, Celeste #1/Elaine in the revival of Sunday in the Park with George, Amber Von Tussle in Hairspray, and Belle understudy in Beauty and the Beast. Regionally, O’Malley starred as Kate Monster/Lucy T. Slut in the Las Vegas production of Avenue Q, Laurey inOklahoma! (Paper Mill Playhouse), Esther in Meet Me in St Louis (Paper Mill Playhouse), Gabriella in Boeing-Boeing (Paper Mill Playhouse), Amalia in She Loves Me (Arena Stage; Helen Hayes nomination), Elaine in Arsenic and Old Lace (Baltimore Center Stage), The Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods (Kansas City Rep), and Christine Colgate in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (North Shore Music Theatre). O’Malley’s television credits include: “Smash,” “A Gifted Man,” “Royal Pains,” and “The Big C.” O’Malley is a graduate of The University of Michigan.
TONY DANZA (Tommy Korman). Perhaps best known for starring on some of television’s most beloved and long-running series, including “Taxi” and “Who’s the Boss,” Tony Danza has indisputably been one of America’s most iconic television, film, and stage stars for over 30 years. Among Tony’s stage credits is his exciting run on Broadway in Mel Brooks’s hit musical The Producers, playing Max Bialystock, his theatrical debut in Wrong Turn at Lungfish (1993), which earned him an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, the critically acclaimed The Iceman Cometh, opposite Kevin Spacey, and Arthur Miller’s Tony Award winning play, A View from the Bridge. Danza’s big-screen credits include roles in Walt Disney’s Angels in the Outfield, She’s Out of Control, The Hollywood Knights, A Brooklyn State of Mind, and the critically acclaimed Don Jon. Danza most recently received critical acclaim when he originated the role of Tommy Korman in Honeymoon In Vegas for the shows’ pre-Broadway run at the Paper Mill Playhouse. According to the New York Times, his performance embodied the “the cooler-than-cool spirit” of Frank Sinatra. In 2009, Danza took on his most challenging and rewarding role, teaching 10th grade English. He wrote about his experience in his New York Times best-selling book, entitled I'd Like To Apologize To Every Teacher I Ever Had: My Year As a Rookie Teacher at Northeast High. Danza has received numerous notable awards in recognition for his philanthropic efforts, including recent honors from the state of New York, USA Today, and AARP. He is a regular volunteer and mentor at the New York City All Stars, Voices Against Brain Cancer, sits on the board of the New York City Police Athletic League, and participates regular in charity efforts in the NYC area. Danza currently lives in New York City, and is the proud father of his children Marc, Katie, and Emily, and grandfather to Marc and his daughter-in-law Julie’s two boys.
DAVID JOSEFSBERG (Dave). Broadway: Les Miserables, Motown, The Wedding Singer, Grease. Off- Broadway: Altar Boyz (Drama League nomination), Rated P, Slut, Joys of Sex… Tours/Other: Lend Me a Tenor (Paper Mill Playhouse), It Shoulda Been You (George Street Playhouse), The Toxic Avenger (George Street Playhouse), Music of Andrew Lloyd Weber (Kennedy Center), Tommy (National Tour), Last Five Years (Florida Stage), The Drowsy Chaperone (NC Theatre), and And The World Goes Round (Bucks County). On television, David has played the icon Arthur "The Fonz" Fonzarelli in "The Mork and Mindy Story" (ayyyy!) and a ballistics tech on "Made in Jersey." On film, David has been seen in 9 Minutes and Carlito's Way. Comedy: For five years David toured with comedian Stephen Lynch, performing his own original material, as well as songs co-written with Stephen Lynch and Jeff Gurner. (London, Las Vegas HBO Comedy Festival, Amsterdam, Carnegie Hall, and of course Schenectady, NY.) David's comedy duo, Joberg and Gurner, is signed to Comedy Central Records. The album is called Manhood. It is off-color. David's favorite job is father to Cooper and Benji, and husband to Lizzie. ILYEJBJCJAJ!
NANCY OPEL (Bea Singer) Nancy Opel most recently played Madame in Cinderella on Broadway, at the Broadway Theatre, where she made her Broadway debut in the original company of Evita. Previously, she starred in the world premiere of Taylor Mac’s play, Hir, at the Magic Theatre in San Francisco. Recently she appeared in the Barrington Stage production of On The Town and Washington D.C. audiences saw her as Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly! at Ford’s Theatre. She played Huey Calhoun’s mama in Memphis on Broadway, and Melvin Ferd’s mama/evil mayor Babs Belgoody in The Toxic Avenger Off-Broadway and at Houston’s Alley Theatre. Other Broadway credits include Gypsy with Patti LuPone at City Center, Fiddler on the Roof, Urinetown (Tony nomination, Best Actress in a Musical), Triumph of Love, the Lincoln Center revival of Anything Goes, the originalSunday in the Park with George, and many others. She has originated roles in a number of David Ives plays in All in the Timing, Mere Mortals, and Polish Joke (Drama Desk and Lortel nominations). Other favorite roles include the title role in The Drowsy Chaperone (national tour) and her serio-comic turn in My Deah (Obie Award). On television, she has appeared on “The Big C,” all the “Law and Orders,” “Flight of the Conchords,” “All My Children,” and others. In her spare time, she knits sweaters for her poodle.
MATTHEW SALDIVAR (Johnny Sandwich) is pleased to reprise his role as Johnny Sandwich in Gary Griffin’s production of Honeymoon in Vegas. Last season, he performed in James Lapine’s production of Act One at Lincoln Center Theater. Other Broadway credits include his turn as Black Stache in Peter and the Starcatcher (directors Alex Timbers and Roger Rees), originating the role of Sammy in The Wedding Singer (director John Rando), Kenickie in Grease (director Kathleen Marshall), and A Streetcar Named Desire (director Emily Mann). Matthew played Luther Billis in the first national tour of LCT’s production of South Pacific (director Bartlett Sher). He was recently seen in Denis Jones’ production of Grease at the MUNY Theater in St. Louis. Off-Broadway credits include: Randy Newman’s Harps and Angels at The Mark Taper Forum (conceived by Jack Viertel and directed by Jerry Zaks), The Toxic Avenger (director John Rando), David Ives’ All In The Timing at Primary Stages, and productions at The Public, Atlantic, NYTW, TFANA, NYSF, LABrynth, Guthrie, Long Wharf, and The Shakespeare Theater as well as other productions of classical and new plays. He is a proud BA/MA graduate of Middlebury College and earned his MFA from the NYU Graduate Acting Program.
ANN LOUIZOS (Scenic Design) has received Tony Award nominations for The Mystery of Edwin Drood, In the Heights, and High Fidelity. Other Broadway designs include Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella; Avenue Q (also US tour, Paris, London & Las Vegas); The Performers; Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (also UK and US Tour); Curtains (LA and NY); Baby It’s You (LA and NY); All About Me; To Be Or Not To Be; Steel Magnolias; Golda’s Balcony. Notable Off-Broadway/regional productions: Just Jim Dale, Sons of the Prophet, The Foreigner, Speech and Debate, Crimes of the Heart (all Roundabout); It Shoulda Been You (George St. Playhouse); Disney’s Aladdin (5th Avenue Theatre); Minsky’s (Ahmanson); The Substance of Fire, Vanities the Musical, Birdie Blue (all Second Stage); Fly the Musical; Arsenic and Old Lace; and Sarah Plain and Tall (Dallas Theater Center); Pirates of Penzance (Stratford);The Tribute Artist, Olive and the Bitter Herbs (both by Charles Busch); In Transit (all Primary Stages); world premieres of Altar Boyz (NWS); Jonathan Larson’s tick, tick… BOOM! (Jane Street); Conviction (Bay Street); Rita Moreno, Life Without Makeup; Based on a Totally True Story, (MTC). Art Direction film/TV: “Sex and the City” (HBO) and the feature film The Secret Lives of Dentists.
BRIAN C. HEMESATH (Costume Design) is making his Broadway debut with Honeymoon in Vegas. He is the costume designer for PBS’s “Sesame Street” (four Emmy nominations, one win 2010-11) and is one of the costume designers for NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” (credits include 100 “digital shorts” for the Lonely Island boys with memorable favorites “Dick in a Box,” “Motherlover,” “The Golden Rule,” “Threw it on the Ground,” “Boombox,” “Like a Boss,” Laser Cats,” and many more). Off-Broadway: Disaster!, and Unbroken Circle. Regional shows include Boeing-Boeing, Smokey Joe’s Café, High School Musical, and Hairspray at Papermill Playhouse. World premiere of The Rivals opera at Skylight Opera House as well as Iolanthe, Chicago, Triumph of Love, Don Pasquale, and others. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University (MFA 1997) and St. Ambrose University (BA 1994). Brian lives in New York with his husband Drew Krake.
HOWELL BINKLEY (Lighting Design). Broadway works include: After Midnight (2014 Tony nomination), A Christmas Story, Jesus Christ Superstar, Magic/Bird, How to Succeed… starring Daniel Radcliffe (2011 Tony nomination), Million Dollar Quartet, Lombardi, Memphis, West Side Story (2009 Tony nomination), Guys and Dolls, Gypsy starring Patti LuPone, In The Heights (2008 Tony nomination), Jersey Boys (Tony Award Winner),Avenue Q, The Full Monty, Parade, Kiss Of The Spider Woman (1993 Tony nomination), How To Succeed... starring Matthew Broderick, and Grease. Resident Lighting Designer for Parsons Dance which he co-founded with David Parsons, Joffrey Ballet's Billboards. Binkley is a five-time Helen Hayes Award recipient and was awarded the 1993 Sir Laurence Olivier Award and Canadian Dora Award for Kiss of The Spider Woman. Binkley received the 2006 Henry Hewes Design Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, and Tony Award for Jersey Boys.
SCOTT LEHRER (Sound Design) received the first Tony for sound design for LCT’s revival of South Pacific. Recent work: Kenny Leon’s A Raisin in the Sun; Mike Nichols’ productions of Betrayal and Death of a Salesman (Tony nomination); John Doyle’s Sondheim piece A Bed and a Chair; Richard Nelson’s Apple Family Plays; George Wolfe’s production of Lucky Guy; the Warren Carlyle-directed Chaplin (Drama Desk Award); Cotton Club Parade; Finian’s Rainbow; Gregory Mosher’s productions of The Guardsman, That Championship Season, and A View From The Bridge (Tony nomination); Bartlett Sher’s productions of Women on the Verge… and Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Tony nomination); as well as Walter Bobbie’s revival of Chicago and 45 City Center Encores! productions. Music projects include Loudon Wainwright’s High Wide and Handsome (Grammy Award), Judy Kuhn’s All This Happiness, and Meredith Monk’s Mercy.
DREW LEVY (Sound Design). Broadway credits include The Winslow Boy, Chaplin (Drama Desk Award), The Importance of Being Earnest, and Present Laughter. Other New York designs include The Weir at the Irish Repertory Theatre; Why Torture is Wrong..., and Emergence-See! at the Public Theater; Rainbow Kiss; Rock Doves; Dutchman (AUDELCO Viv nomination); and The Mistakes Madeline Made. Regionally Drew has designed in theatres across the country including the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Huntington Theatre Company, The Old Globe, Arena Stage, 5th Avenue Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Long Wharf, Two River Theater Company, and Westport Country Playhouse.
DON SEBESKY (Orchestrations) is the Tony-winning orchestrator for Kiss Me, Kate, as well as Tony nominations for The Life and Parade. Other Broadway work includes Flower Drum Song, Bells Are Ringing, The Boys From Syracuse,The Look Of Love, Sinatra at Radio City, Sweet Charity, Porgy and Bess (London with Trevor Nunn), Pal Joey, Come Fly Away, and Baby It's You. Subesky holds two Drama Desk Awards and is a three-time Grammy winner for his albums I Remember Bill and Joyful Noise, with 31 Grammy nominations and three Emmy nominations. He has written and/or arranged for the following artists; Christina Aguilera, Barbra Streisand, Tony Bennett, Britney Spears, Vanessa Williams, Chet Baker, George Benson, Bette Midler, Barry Manilow, Liza Minnelli, Cyndi Lauper, Michael Buble, Rod Stewart and John Pizzarelli.
LARRY BLANK (Additional Orchestrations). Broadway: The Nance, A Christmas Story, Catch Me If You Can, White Christmas, The Drowsy Chaperone, La Cage aux Folles (2005), Fame Becomes Me, The Producers. London:Carousel, Fiddler on the Roof, Beautiful and Damned. Films: City Slickers II, North, Forget Paris, The American President, The Net, Kiss the Girls, Chicago. Conductor, Broadway and/or Los Angeles: They’re Playing Our Song, Evita,Sugar Babies, La Cage aux Folles, A Chorus Line, Onward Victoria, Copperfield, Very Good Eddie, Goodtime Charlie, as well as for Marvin Hamlisch, Michael Crawford, Michael Feinstein, Betty Buckley.
CHARLIE ROSEN (Additional Orchestrations) is an award-winning musician, composer, arranger, orchestrator, producer, and musical director with a resume spanning a wide variety of musical environments, including jazz festivals, Broadway and Off-Broadway theater, scoring to visuals and band performance settings. Rosen’s recent credits include the Broadway productions of Cyrano de Bergerac; One Man, Two Guv’nors; Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson; 13: The Musical. Off-Broadway and regional productions of The Visit at Williamstown Theatre Festival, Love’s Labour’s Lost at the Public Theater, The Black Suits at Center Theatre Group, Hedwig and the Angry Inch at New World Stages, numerous engagements at 54 Below with “Charlie Rosen’s Broadway Big Band” as well as performances at the Kennedy Center, Goodspeed Opera House, New York Stage and Film, and the Los Angeles Jazz Society. Rosen is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music
TOM MURRAY (Music Director). Broadway: The Bridges of Madison County, Nice Work If You Can Get It, A Little Night Music, Sunday In The Park With George. London: A Little Night Music (Chocolate Factory, West End),Parade (Donmar), Pacific Overtures (Donmar). Premieres: The Last Five Years (New York, London); The Glorious Ones (Ahrens/Flaherty), Loving Repeating (Flaherty), Saturday Night (US premiere); Parade (US tour), My Fair Lady (McCarter), Putting It Together (Court Theatre, Chicago), Pacific Overtures (Chicago Shakespeare), Sweeney Todd, Passion, Anyone Can Whistle (Ravinia Festival - Chicago). Recipient of four Joseph Jefferson Awards (Chicago), and one Barrymore Award (Philadelphia) for music direction. Future projects: Anastasia (Ahrens/Flaherty).
CHARLES G. LAPOINTE (Hair and Wig Design). Broadway: Of Mice and Men; Violet; After Midnight; Beautiful: The Carole King Musical; A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder; Motown; Jekyll and Hyde; Clybourne Park; Bring It On; Newsies; The Columnist; Bonnie and Clyde; The Mountaintop; Merchant of Venice; Memphis; Lombardi; Fences; Looped, Miracle Worker; Superior Donuts; 33 Variations; Guys and Dolls; In the Heights; Jersey Boys; The Color Purple; Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me; Good Vibrations; A Raisin in the Sun.
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