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Broadway: Promises, Promises (Rob Ashford, director), Present Laughter (Nicholas Martin, dir.), The Ritz (Joe Mantello, dir.), Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me (Scott Wittman, dir; Tony®, Drama Desk nominations), The Producers (Susan Stroman, dir.), Gypsy (Sam Mendes, dir.), Little Me (Rob Marshall, dir.), Dream (Wayne Cilento, dir.), How To Succeed... (1996; Des McAnuff, dir.). OFF-BROADWAY: Wise Guys (Sam Mendes, dir.), On A Clear Day... (Mark Brokaw, dir.), Labor Day (Jack O'Brien, dir.), London Suite (Daniel Sullivan, dir.), Songs For A New World (Daisy Prince, dir.). REGIONAL: Ford's, Mark Taper, A.C.T., Williamstown, Huntington, McCarter, Hartford, Kennedy Center, Old Globe, Arena, Hangar. TOURS: Cinderella, Noises Off. FILM: Julie And Julia (Nora Ephron, dir.). TV: The Good Wife. BA from Bennington College.
Broadway debut. He most recently starred in the London premiere of his own play All New People. New York stage experience includes roles in Paul Weitz’s play Trust at Second Stage and Public Theater's productions of Twelfth Night and Macbeth directed by George C. Wolfe. His feature film writing and directorial debut, Garden State, premiered at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival and earned him a coveted WGA nomination for Best Original Screenplay. The film also received the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature as well as a nomination for Best First Screenplay. In addition, Braff was awarded Best Directorial Debut by the National Board of Review, Breakthrough Director by the Hollywood Film Festival and Most Promising Filmmaker by the Chicago Film Critics Association. Braff was recently seen in the Disney film Oz the Great and Powerful and is currently shooting the independent film Wish I Was Here, which he wrote (with his brother Adam Braff) and will star in alongside Kate Hudson, Mandy Patinkin and Josh Gad. Braff was nominated for a 2005 Primetime Emmy Award® and a 2005, 2006 and 2007 Golden Globe Award® for his portrayal of "Dr. John 'J.D.' Dorian" in NBC’s comedy Scrubs. Film credits include roles in The Broken Hearts Club, Getting To Know You, Manhattan Murder Mystery, Dreamworks’ The Last Kiss and The Weinstein Company’s The Ex. Zach is a native of New Jersey and graduate of Northwestern University’s Film Program. His world premiere play All New People debuted at Off-Broadway’s Second Stage Theatre and on The West End. He has his pilot’s license and is a relatively decent swimmer.
Broadway: Rock Of Ages ("Dennis"). Off-Broadway: The Toxic Avenger ("Toxie"). Tours: Rock Of Ages (1st Nat’l). Regional: The Toxic Avenger (George St. Playhouse), Little Shop of Horrors (KCRep), Pirates Of Penzance (BRT). Other select credits: The Last 5 Years, Equus, Blood Brothers, City Of Angels, Evita. TV/Film: Queer As Folk (Showtime).
Critically acclaimed actress and singer Marin Mazzie has been heard in many of the country's major symphony halls, cabaret and concert venues and has starred in some of the most memorable musicals on the Broadway stage and London's West End. She most recently co-starred in the Off-Broadway revival of Carrie (Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel Award nominations) and starred on Broadway in Next to Normal opposite real life husband Jason Danieley. Marin received Tony® and Drama Desk Award nominations and an Outer Critics Circle Award for her performance as "Lilli/Katharine" in the hit revival of Kiss Me, Kate and later received an Olivier Award nomination when she made her West End debut in the show.
Other Broadway credits include Enron, Monty Python’s Spamalot (also West End), Ragtime (Tony®, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics nominations), Passion (Tony® nomination), Man of La Mancha, Into the Woods, Big River, and Out of this World and Kismet (both for Encores!). Other Off-Broadway credits include The Vagina Monologues, The Trojan Women: A Love Story and And the World Goes ‘Round (also National Tour).
Television appearances include The Big C, Smash, Without a Trace, Still Standing, Numb3ers, Jake in Progress, Stacked, Pryor Offenses, One Life to Live, many PBS Great Performances specials including Passion, My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies and My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs and Live from Lincoln Center’s Ring Them Bells! A Kander & Ebb Celebration.
Her extensive concert career spans the country from Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl. She has appeared with the NY Philharmonic in two of their PBS specials: Sondheim: The Birthday Concert and their Live at Lincoln Center performance of Camelot as "Guinevere." Marin and husband Jason Danieley have performed their cabaret concerts He Said/She Said and Opposite You at The Café Carlyle, Feinstein's at the Loews Regency, Lincoln Center's American Songbook series, Joe's Pub, the Cinegrill and numerous other venues nationally. Marin recently received critical acclaim for her new solo show at 54 Below. Marin holds an honorary doctorate and has a musical theater scholarship in her name from her alma mater, Western Michigan University. www.MarinMazzie.com and www.MarinandJason.com.
Vincent Pastore made his Broadway debut as “Amos Hart” in the long running hit musical Chicago. He recently appeared in the regional production of Guys and Dolls with the Indiana Symphony Orchestra as narrator “Big Julie” and as narrator “Fat Frankie” in The Rascals: Once Upon A Dream. Off Broadway credits include Lampost Reunion, Golden Boy and Italian Bred. He is the author of the full length play Wild Children which enjoyed a sold out run at the Nyack Village Theater. Recent television credits include: The Sopranos (HBO), Blue Bloods (CBS), Celebrity Apprentice (NBC), The Practice (ABC), Law & Order (NBC), General Hospital (ABC), Dellaventura (CBS), One Life to Live (ABC), Repo Man, Stealing for a Living (TLC). Made for television movies include Gotti (HBO), Witness to the Mob (NBC). Upcoming movies include The Family with Robert DeNiro, Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn, Oy Vey My Son is Gay, I Married a Church Girl. Other film credits include Made, The Hurricane, Jerky Boys, Two Family House, Serving Sara, Deuces Wild, Looking for Palladin, Corky Romano, This Thing of Ours, Riding in Cars with Boys, Mickey Blue Eyes, Revolver.
Betsy Wolfe created the role of "Rosa Bud" in the Tony Award® nominated Roundabout revival of The Mystery of Edwin Drood this season, and most recently played "Cathy" in the box office record-breaking Off-Broadway revival of The Last 5 Years at Second Stage. Other New York roles include "Beth" in Merrily We Roll Along at Encores. She created the role of "Mary Ann Singleton" in ACT's World Premiere of Tales of the City, a musical based on Armistead Maupin’s novels, with music by the Scissor Sisters. Before Drood, she was last seen on Broadway in Everyday Rapture with Sherie Rene Scott, a show she also performed Off-Broadway in 2009. Other Broadway credits include 110 in the Shade at Studio 54, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and Wonderful Life. Ms. Wolfe starred in the San Francisco and Boston companies of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Regional credits include Tommy ("Mrs. Walker") at Dallas Theatre Center, Ragtime ("Evelyn Nesbitt") at Paper Mill Playhouse. She has been a guest artist for over 30 symphony, pops, and philharmonic orchestras across the U.S. and internationally, including most recently a Carnegie Hall appearance with Steven Reineke. Ms. Wolfe was a guest soloist for the New York City Ballet where she performed at Lincoln Center and at The Coliseum in London. Recent and upcoming releases include The Last 5 Years, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Stage Door Canteen, 35MM, Merrily We Roll Along, Everyday Rapture, 110 in the Shade. She holds a BFA in musical theatre from Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. (CCM). www.betsywolfe.com
Lenny Wolpe is currently starring in the hit Off-Broadway comedy Old Jews Telling Jokes. Broadway: Wicked ("Wizard"), The Drowsy Chaperone, The Sound of Music, Mayor, Copperfield, Into the Light, Onward Victoria. National tours: Wicked, Little Shop of Horrors, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, South Pacific, Guys & Dolls. Regional: Paper Mill, Goodspeed, St Louis Rep, Denver Center, Pasadena, Pioneer, Westport, Reprise L.A., McCarter. TV: series regular Baby Talk, You're The One, 100 guest spots, from L.A. Law, ER, 6 Feet Under, to Roseanne, Golden Girls, Chappelle’s Show.
Heléne was most recently seen on Showtime as "Jane" in the critically acclaimed Masters of Sex. Theatre credits include Broadway: Grease ("Marty"). Off-Broadway: Walmartopia (Minetta Lane), What's That Smell . . . (Atlantic Theater Company). Other TV credits: 30 Rock (NBC), A Gifted Man (CBS), I Just Want My Pants Back (MTV), Louie (FX). Various shenanigans on High Maintenance (www.helpingyoumaintain.com), American Dad (FOX), Family Guy (FOX), BoJack Horseman (Netflix) and Robot Chicken (Comedy Central). Proud graduate of the University of Michigan. With all my heart: Russell and my family. For you, Dad. @HeleneYorke
Broadway: Contact (Tony Award®, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Award), Curtains (Outer Critics Circle Award, Tony® nomination), Steel Pier (Tony®, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations), Never Gonna Dance (Outer Critics Circle Award, Tony® nomination), Chicago, Crazy For You, 42nd Street, A Chorus Line, Teddy & Alice. Off-Broadway: Heresy (The Flea Theater), Happy Birthday (TACT), And the World Goes ‘Round (Drama Desk Award), I Do! I Do! (Drama Desk nomination). New York City Opera: 110 in the Shade, The Most Happy Fella. New York City Center Encores!: Allegro, Bye Bye Birdie, The Pajama Game, Ziegfeld Follies of 1936, On Your Toes. Regional: Six Degrees of Separation, Brighton Beach Memoirs, Broadway Bound, The First Wives Club, A Room with a View (Old Globe, San Diego), Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare Theatre, DC/Hartford Stage), Sylvia (Long Wharf), The Three Penny Opera (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Steel Magnolias (Cape May Stage), Boeing-Boeing (Riverside Theatre), Sweeney Todd (Opera Theatre of St. Louis w/ St. Louis Symphony), Hello Dolly (Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace, Chicago). Television and film: The Producers, Scrubs, Once More With Feeling, several episodes of the many New York Law & Order series, The Kennedy Center Honors, and for PBS’ Great Performances: My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies, Gershwin at 100 and Stephen Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall.
Jim was last seen playing "Alf Reeves" in Chaplin The Musical. He is marking his 17th straight year performing on Broadway with this production and is beyond grateful! Starting as a dancer in Jerome Robbins Broadway, shows include Chicago, The Producers, Young Frankenstein and The Addams Family. Films include Center Stage, Broadway: The Golden Years and The Producers.
Preston was most recently seen on Broadway in Susan Stroman's Big Fish. National tour: Jersey Boys ("Bob Gaudio"), Young Frankenstein ("The Monster"). Regional: Frog Kiss ("Claus") VSC, various roles at The Muny and KCS. Working the Musical at the Edinburgh Fringe Fest, Scotland; NFAA winner with Placido Domingo. Television: Guiding Light. CCM grad. Love to Dad, Mom, Haley and Sydney. XO Gage and Tara! www.prestontrumanboyd.com
Broadway: How The Grinch Stole Christmas. National Tours: "Mrs. Wilkinson" in Billy Elliot, 9 to 5 The Musical. Off-Broadway: "Sandy" in Fat Camp The Musical, Forbidden Broadway Rude Awakening cast recording and 2008 Drama Desk Award, Happiness at Lincoln Center. 2011 NYMF Award for Best Individual Performance in Madame X.
Broadway: Original company Big Fish ("Dancing Fire," u/s "The Witch," "Jenny Hill"), Chicago ("Roxie Hart," "Mona," "Hunyak"), Original company The Frogs ("Charisma"), Original company The Producers ("Usherette"), Fosse (Featured Ensemble). Film: The Producers ("Usherette"). Television: Curb your Enthusiasm, Kennedy Center Honors (Mel Brooks). EMI recording artist. Love to Chris and my girls Ava and London.
Broadway: Nice Work If You Can Get It, Anything Goes. Encores: Bells Are Ringing. Regional: MTWs Kiss Me Kate ("Lois/Bianca"), The Producers ("Ulla"), Curtains ("Bambi"), Smokey Joe's Café ("Delee"). Education: OCU.
Beyond thrilled to be making his Broadway debut in BULLETS OVER BROADWAY. Past performances include West Side Story First National Tour ("Diesel," "Riff" U/S), Bare Off-Broadway ("Zack") and numerous regional performances. Many thanks to Susan Stroman and the creative team for this incredible opportunity, everyone at The Mine and my supportive family.
Kelcy is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut! Chicago native and University of Michigan graduate. Off-Broadway: The City Club (Minneta Lane). Tours: Dreamgirls ("Michelle" U/S), Memphis ("Felicia" U/S). Television: Power (Starz), Blue Bloods (CBS). Love to her parents, Nicholas and Judy Boals Inc. Always believe!
Broadway: Cinderella (ensemble/swing). Regional: Music Theatre of Wichita - Mary Poppins ("Bert" u/s). Recent graduate of The University of Oklahoma.
Broadway/NYC- 42nd Street, Radio City Rockettes. Tours/Regional- Young Frankenstein 1st National, Spamalot 1st National, Carnival! (The Kennedy Center), Hello, Dolly!, The Producers, Singin' in the Rain. Thanks to Stro, Tara Rubin, James and my BULLETS friends for this amazing experience. Love to mom, dad, and my awesome husband Shane.
Broadway: Cinderella (u/s "Topher"). International Tour: West Side Story ("Riff"). Regional: The Muny, NSMT, Maltz Jupiter. Proud University of Michigan graduate. Big thanks to the creative team, Andy, Tara Rubin, my supportive friends and my wonderful mothers. Love to Audrey.
Broadway: Follies, Young Frankenstein, Good Vibrations. London: Paradise Found. Tours (Original Cast): Young Frankenstein, Spamalot, 42nd Street. RCMH Rockette. Regional: The Producers, Carnival, Follies. Thank you Stro! Love to my family and husband David. Check out my website if you love desserts, www.justdessertsnyc.com. Joshua 1:9. Twitter: @blondiejdnyc.
Kevin appeared on Broadway in The Phantom Of The Opera, Sister Act, Finian’s Rainbow, Young Frankenstein, The Producers, Kiss Me Kate, 1776 and The Secret Garden. Other Highlights: "Nicely" in Guys And Dolls (National Tour, Jeff Award-Best Supporting Actor), Forbidden Broadway (Off-Bway), four City Center Encores productions and "Pirelli" in Sweeney Todd (Kennedy Center’s Sondheim Celebration).
Thrilled to be joining this incredible cast! Broadway: Big Fish, How To Succeed…. First National Tour: Young Frankenstein ("Inga"). NYC: Radio City Rockette. Television: Smash. Thanks to Stro, Tara Rubin and the entire BULLETS team. All my love to Mom, Dad and Keith.
Broadway: Anything Goes, Follies, Curtains. National tours: Young Frankenstein, Dr. Dolittle, and The Will Rogers Follies. Radio City Rockette and UNCSA graduate.
Broadway: Spider-Man, Memphis, A Chorus Line ("Mark"), and La Cage aux Folles. Select Film/TV: Fame (MGM), Man on Wire (2009 Oscar®), Smash (NBC), Victorious (Nickelodeon). Thanks to family, DGRW, Stro and HP. To Thine Own Self Be True.
Broadway: Million Dollar Quartet, Ragtime, A Tale of Two Cities, The Full Monty, Urinetown. Off-Broadway: Far From Heaven, Dogfight, Happiness, Closer Than Ever, Silence! TV/Film: Fair Game, Construction, The Warrior and Savior, Royal Pains, Onion News Network, Law and Order: C.I., The Today Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! Proud member AEA. www.JamesMoye.com.
Broadway: Young Frankenstein, Spamalot, White Christmas, 42nd Street (1st Nat'l). Encores! On Your Toes. Favorite Regional: Minsky's (Ahmanson), Robin & 7 Hoods (Old Globe), The Muny. Radio City Rockette. TV: 30 Rock, SNL, Jimmy Fallon. Check out www.JustDessertsNYC.com! Love to Mom and Adam. Thanks to Tara Rubin & Stro! @browniejdnyc
Broadway/NYC: The Scottsboro Boys (Asst. Dir/Chor), Chaplin, The Apple Tree, Happiness (Lincoln Center), Stairway to Paradise (Encores!), Face the Music (Encores!). London: The Scottsboro Boys. Tours: The Boy Friend ("Bobby") and Casper starring Chita Rivera. TV/Film: Kennedy Center Honors 2010: Mel Brooks Tribute and Pittsburgh. CCM graduate.
Jonalyn is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut! Regional: Pittsburgh CLO (42nd Street, 7 Brides . . .), MSMT (A Chorus Line, 42nd Street), Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, Syracuse Stage. Recent graduate of Syracuse University. Thanks to the whole BULLETS team and family! Love to my family. For Grandma and the girls.
Broadway: Cinderella (u/s "Lord Pinkleton," "Jean-Michel"), A Chorus Line ("Al," revival), Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (orig. cast, u/s "Phil Davis"), 42nd Street (u/s "Billy Lawlor"). Tours/Regional: Jersey Boys (u/s "Bob Gaudio"), A Light in the Piazza ("Fabrizio"), Mame (Kennedy Center), 13 MUNY productions including "Action" in West Side Story and "Tulsa" in Gypsy. Graduate: Webster Conservatory in St. Louis.
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A five-time Tony Award® winning director and choreographer, Susan Stroman's work has been honored with Olivier, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Lucille Lortel and a record five Astaire Awards. She directed and choreographed The Producers, winner of a record-making 12 Tony Awards® including Best Direction and Best Choreography. She directed and choreographed the critically acclaimed musical The Scottsboro Boys, receiving Tony Award® nominations for both direction and choreography. The show has continued to garner acclaim with her recent productions at San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre, American Conservatory Theater, the Ahmanson Theatre, and the Young Vic in London. She co-created, directed and choreographed the Tony Award® winning musical Contact for Lincoln Center Theater, which was honored with a 2003 Emmy Award® for Live at Lincoln Center. Other Broadway credits include Big Fish, Crazy for You, Show Boat, Oklahoma!, Young Frankenstein, The Frogs, The Music Man, Thou Shalt Not, Steel Pier, Big, Picnic. Off-Broadway credits include Happiness for Lincoln Center Theater, Flora the Red Menace, And the World Goes ‘Round. For ten years she choreographed Madison Square Garden’s annual spectacular A Christmas Carol, directed by Mike Ockrent. At New York City Opera she choreographed A Little Night Music, 110 in the Shade, and Don Giovanni. For New York City Ballet, she created Double Feature, a full-length ballet featuring the music of Irving Berlin and Walter Donaldson, and For the Love of Duke, featuring the music of Duke Ellington. Her other ballet credits include But Not For Me for the Martha Graham Company and Take Five…More or Less for Pacific Northwest Ballet. Her choreography received an Emmy Award® nomination for the HBO presentation Liza&emdash;Live from Radio City Music Hall, starring Liza Minnelli. Other TV credits include co-conceiver/choreographer for PBS’s Sondheim—a Celebration at Carnegie Hall, An Evening with the Boston Pops—A Tribute to Leonard Bernstein and the 2009 Kennedy Center Honors. She received the American Choreography Award for her work in Columbia Pictures feature film Center Stage. She directed and choreographed The Producers: The Movie Musical, nominated for 4 Golden Globes. She is the recipient of the George Abbott Award for Lifetime Achievement in the American Theater.
Santo Loquasto is a designer for theatre, film, dance and opera has won three Tony Awards® and has been nominated 15 times. He has collaborated with Woody Allen on more than 24 films, including costume design for Zelig and production design for Radio Days and BULLETS OVER BROADWAY for which he received Academy Award® nominations. Recent designs include Waiting for Godot, Fences and Wit. He received the Merritt Award for Excellence in Design and Collaboration in 2002, was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame in 2004 and received the Pennsylvania Governor’s Award for the Arts in 2006 and the Robert L.B. Tobin Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2007.
William Ivey Long's previous collaborations with Susan Stroman include Big Fish, The Producers, Contact, Crazy For You, The Music Man, Young Frankenstein, Happiness, The Frogs, Thou Shalt Not, Steel Pier, Big, Picnic, A Christmas Carol at Madison Square Garden, Double Feature, Blossom Got Kissed and Frankie and Johnny Rose at New York City Ballet, as well as The Producers: The Movie Musical. Current Broadway: The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella,Chicago (now in its 17th year). Upcoming Broadway: Cabaret at Studio 54. Mr. Long has 13 Tony Award® nominations, winning six times. He was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame in January 2006, and elected Chairman of the American Theatre wing in June 2012.
Donald Holder is currently represented on Broadway with The Lion King (Tony®, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), Spiderman Turn Off The Dark and the revivals of Annie and Golden Boy. Other Broadway credits include: Ragtime, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, A Streetcar Named Desire, Gem of the Ocean, Movin’ Out, The Funeral Mass of Juan Darien (all Tony Award® nominated), The Motherf**ker With the Hat, Promises, Promises, Arcadia, Come Fly Away, Cyrano de Bergerac, Radio Golf, The Little Dog Laughed, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Prelude to a Kiss, The Boy From Oz. Off-Broadway includes Blood and Gifts, Birdie Blue, Jitney, Saturday Night, Three Days of Rain, Jeffrey, Spunk, many others. TV: Smash (Seasons 1 and 2, NBC/DreamWorks).
Broadway: Big Fish, The Scottsboro Boys, Hair, Young Frankenstein, Wicked (fifth anniversary). National Tours: Young Frankenstein, Hairspray, The Producers, The Scottsboro Boys. International: Hairspray, Jersey Boys, Mickey Mouse Club. Concerts: James Taylor Live (Carnegie Hall). Jeff is the Artistic Director of The Open Jar Institute (OpenJarInstitute.com) and the creator of the Stage Write Software (StageWriteSoftware.com) for directors and choreographers.
Choreographer for the Mel Brooks – AFI Lifetime Achievement Award at the Dolby Theatre Hollywood, televised on TCM. Directed and choreographed Peg O’ My Heart, The New Musical, June Havoc Theatre NYC, which won the MITF Best Musical Award. Associate Choreographer for the Broadway, touring and Madison Square Garden productions of A Christmas Story The Musical. Associate Director/Choreographer national tours of Young Frankenstein. Associate Choreographer Carousel with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, starring Kelli O’Hara and Nathan Gunn, televised on PBS.
As a performer: The Producers The Musical – the Broadway company, original London company, and the movie musical version. The Royal Variety Performance as "Carmen Ghia" with Nathan Lane televised on BBC. Young Frankenstein, original Broadway company, Dance Captain, also understudied and performed the role of "Igor."
Other Productions include 42nd Street 1st US Nat Tour, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Los Angeles Company), Jubilee (Las Vegas). He has also performed at The Sporting Club in Monte Carlo and at the Lido de Paris with the famous Blubell Girls in Paris. UK Tours/Regional: My Fair Lady, West Side Story, A Chorus Line, Singin' in the Rain. London West End credits include Me and My Girl. Original companies of Mack and Mabel, Beauty and the Beast, Hello Dolly The Gala with Carol Channing and The Styne Way Gala (where he partnered Chita Rivera and Rita Moreno) at the London Palladium. James is thrilled to be working with Susan Stroman and Woody Allen. JAMESGRAY.BIZ
Glen Kelly was most recently represented on Broadway with A Christmas Story The Musical. Music supervisor and arranger for The Producers, Young Frankenstein and Mike Nichols’ Death of a Salesman. He also arranged music for The Book of Mormon, The Scottsboro Boys, Spamalot, The Drowsy Chaperone, Beauty and the Beast, Frogs, Steel Pier and several others. For NYCB, he arranged the music and co-wrote the libretto for Double Feature. Other ballet credits: Thou Swell (for NYCB) and But Not for Me for the Martha Graham Company.
A three-time Tony Award® winner, Doug’s Broadway orchestration credits include: BULLETS OVER BROADWAY, Rocky, On a Clear Day…, Sister Act, How To Succeed… (2011 Tony® nomination), Elf, Young Frankenstein (Drama Desk nomination), Tarzan, Dracula, Thoroughly Modern Millie (2002 Tony® and Drama Desk Awards), The Producers (2001 Tony® and Drama Desk Awards), Seussical, Music Man (Drama Desk and Tony® nominations), Fosse (1999 Tony®), Big (Drama Desk nomination), Damn Yankees (Drama Desk nomination).
International: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (London), Guys and Dolls. Off-Broadway: Carrie, Weird Romance; also, the ballets Frankie and Johnnie…and Rose, Take Five—More Or Less, But Not For Me and Double Feature for Susan Stroman.
Film/television: The Sound Of Music Live (2013), Frozen (2013), Winnie the Pooh (2010), Nine, The Producers, Chicago, Mulan, Smash.
Andy most recently served as the music director and conductor of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella (OBCR.) Other Broadway credits: Evita (Asst Conductor, OBCR), Sondheim on Sondheim (Conductor, OBCR—Grammy® nom), Brief Encounter (Music Director). National tours: South Pacific, Sweeney Todd, The Lion King, The Light in the Piazza. Regional/Off-Broadway: The Public Theater, Signature Theatre, Goodspeed Opera House, Oregon Shakespeare Festival. He is Audra McDonald’s music director (2011 and 2013 concert tours including Carnegie Hall) and has appeared in concert with Barbara Cook. Recordings: Audra McDonald: Go Back Home, Stage Door Canteen. TV: HBO’s Six By Sondheim, Great Performances “Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy.” Honors graduate, Rice University.