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FAITH PRINCE

MISS HANNIGAN

RON RAINES

DADDY WARBUCKS

TAYLOR RICHARDSON

ANNIE

BRYNN O'MALLEY

GRACE FARRELL

CLARKE THORELL

ROOSTER HANNIGAN

KIRSTEN WYATT

LILY ST. REGIS

GABY BRADBURY

PEPPER

AMAYA BRAGANZA

JULY

SKYE ALYSSA FRIEDMAN

STANDBY FOR ANNIE, DUFFY, PEPPER, JULY, AND TESSIE

TYRAH SKYE ODOMS

TESSIE

EMILY ROSENFELD

MOLLY

BROOKLYN SHUCK

KATE

SADIE SINK

DUFFY

JANE BLASS

ENSEMBLE

MARY CALLANAN

ENSEMBLE

JEREMY DAVIS

BERT HEALY

JUSTIN PATTERSON

F.D.R

TESSA GRADY

ENSEMBLE

JUSTIN GREER

ENSEMBLE

JOEL HATCH

DRAKE, ENSEMBLE

DANETTE HOLDEN

SWING

FRED INKLEY

SWING

GAVIN LODGE

ENSEMBLE

ALEXANDRA MATTEO

SWING

SHINA ANN MORRIS

ENSEMBLE

DAVID ROSSETTI

SWING

SARAH SOLIE

ENSEMBLE

SAM STRASFELD

SOUND EFFECTS MAN, HOWE

RYAN VANDENBOOM

ENSEMBLE

SUNNY

SANDY

CASEY

U/S SANDY

ARIELLE TEPPER MADOVER

ROGER HORCHOW

SALLY HORCHOW

ROGER BERLIND

ROY FURMAN

DEBBIE BISNO

STACEY MINDICH

JAMES M. NEDERLANDER

JANE BERGÈRE

DARYL ROTH

CHRISTINA PAPAGJIKA

EVA PRICE

THOMAS MEEHAN

BOOK

CHARLES STROUSE

MUSIC

MARTIN CHARNIN

LYRICS

JAMES LAPINE

DIRECTOR

ANDY BLANKENBUEHLER

CHOREOGRAPHER

SUSAN HILFERTY

COSTUME DESIGN

DAVID KORINS

SCENIC DESIGN

DONALD HOLDER

LIGHTING DESIGN

BRIAN RONAN

SOUND DESIGN

TOM WATSON

HAIR AND WIG DESIGN

TODD ELLISON

MUSICAL DIRECTOR

TELSEY + COMPANY

CASTING

MICHAEL STAROBIN

ORCHESTRATIONS

RACHEL A. WOLFF

STAGE MANAGER

SCOTT ROWEN

STAGE MANAGER

DERRIC NOLTE

ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER

WILLIAM BERLONI

ANIMAL TRAINER

DAVID BENKEN

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

WES GRANTOM

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

RACHEL BRESS

ASSOCIATE CHOREOGRAPHER

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Thomas Meehan
THOMAS MEEHAN
BOOK

Thomas Meehan won the 2001 Tony Award® for co-writing the book of The Producers with Mel Brooks, and then went on to win the 2003 Tony Award for co-writing the book of Hairspray with Mark O'Donnell.  He received his first Tony Award in 1977 for writing the book of Annie, which was his first Broadway show, and he has since written books for, among others, the musicals I Remember Mama; Ain't Broadway Grand; Annie Warbucks and the American version of Bombay Dreams.  His most recent works are the Broadway musicals Young Frankenstein, for which he co-wrote the book with Mel Brooks; Cry-Baby, co-written with Mark O'Donnell; and Elf, co-written with Bob Martin. Meanwhile, the summer of 2010 saw the limited-run premiere of Death Takes a Holiday, for which he co-wrote the book with the late Peter Stone to music and lyrics by Maury Yeston. Future projects include Rocky, for which he has written the book to lyrics by Lynn Ahrens and music by Stephen Flaherty. Other works in earlier stages of development include musicals based on the life of Charlie Chaplin, the movie Tootsie, and the movie Dave.  In addition, he is a long-time contributor of humor pieces, including "Yma Dream," to The New Yorker; an Emmy Award-winning writer of television comedy; and a collaborator on a number of screenplays, including Mel Brooks' Spaceballs, To Be or Not to Be and the film version of The Producers.  He is also the co-author, with the poet J.D. McClatchy, of the libretto of 1984, an opera composed by Lorin Maazel, based on George Orwell's classic novel, which had its world premiere in the spring of 2005 at London's Royal Opera House and was performed in 2008 at La Scala, in Milan, and last year at the opera house in Valencia.  Mr. Meehan is a member of the Council of the Dramatists Guild and a winner of the Oscar Hammerstein Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre as well as a pair of London's Olivier Awards.

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Charles Strouse
CHARLES STROUSE
MUSIC

Charles Strouse's music has been an integral part of American culture for over 40 years.  His first Broadway musical was the smash hit Bye Bye Birdie (written with long time collaborator Lee Adams).  It won him a Tony Award® for Best Score and paved the way for his next show All American (book by Mel Brooks).  In 1964, Golden Boy (starring Sammy Davis, Jr.) earned four Tony Award nominations, and in 1966, Strouse went on to write the Broadway favorite It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's Superman! (based on the popular comic strip). In 1970, Applause (starring Lauren Bacall) won him his second Tony Award®.  In 1977, he adapted another comic strip for the stage - Annie - which went on to become a worldwide phenomenon, and garnered Strouse yet another Tony (in addition to two Grammys).  Some of his other musicals include Dance A Little Closer (lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner), Charlie & Algernon (Tony nomination), Rags (Tony nomination) and Nick & Nora (Tony nomination).  Film scores include Bonnie & Clyde, There Was a Crooked Man, The Night They Raided Minsky's and the animated All Dogs Go To Heaven.  He also wrote the theme song "Those Were the Days" for the groundbreaking television show "All in the Family."  Strouse's writing also extends into orchestral works, chamber music, piano concertos and opera.  His "Concerto America" premiered at The Boston Pops in 2004, and his opera Nightingale (starring Sarah Brightman) had a long and successful run in London's West End.  A graduate of the Eastman School of Music, Strouse studied under Aaron Copland and Nadia Boulanger. In 1977, he founded the ASCAP Musical Theatre Workshop in New York.  He is the recipient of the Richard Rodgers as well as the Oscar Hammerstein Award. He is also a member of the Theater Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame.  His book, Put On A Happy Face: A Broadway Memoir was released in June 2008.

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Martin Charnin
MARTIN CHARNIN
LYRICS

In 1970, Charnin secured the rights to the celebrated long-running Chicago Tribune comic strip "Little Orphan Annie", created by Harold Gray.  He ultimately entered into a collaboration with Charles Strouse and Tom Meehan to turn the strip into an original Broadway musical.  He maintained the rights until 1976 when Michael Price and the Goodspeed Opera House produced Annie, which was subsequently picked up by Lewis Allen and Mike Nichols and brought to Broadway in April, 1977.  It played for 2,377 performances and won seven Tony Awards®  with Charnin as lyricist and director.  Charnin has directed 19 other productions of Annie including all of its first class national companies, three West End productions, and productions in Holland and Australia.  His last production was in 2005, celebrating Annie's 30th anniversary.  He began his professional career in 1957, creating the role of Big Deal in the original Broadway company of West Side Story, and he sang "Gee, Officer Krupke" for 1,000 performances.  Since then, he has been the director, lyricist, composer, librettist or a combination of the aforementioned for over 125 theatrical ventures.  He has collaborated with Peter Allen, Harold Arlen, Vernon Duke, Marvin Hamlisch, Peter Stone, Mary Rodgers, and Alan Jay Lerner, as well as two musicals with Richard Rodgers, Two by Two and I Remember Mama.  His other Broadway productions include Hot Spot, The First, Lena Horne; The Lady and Her Music, Café Crown, A Little Family Business, The Flowering Peach, Nash at Nine and the off-Broadway productions of Upstairs at O'Neals, The No Frills Revue, Carnal Knowledge, Put It In Writing, Music, Music and in London, Bar Mitzvah Boy, Bless the Bride and The 9 ½ Quid Revue.  He conceived and directed The National Lampoon Show which ultimately became "Saturday Night Live".  He has written for, or directed Fred Astaire, Jack Lemmon, Anne Bancroft, Joel Grey, Ann-Margaret, Danny Kaye, Johnny Mathis, Bill Murray, John Belushi, Meatloaf, Bebe Neuwirth, Bernadette Peters, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gilda Radner, Chita Rivera, Liv Ullman, Lou Reed, Susan Sarandon, Joan Rivers, Jon Stuart, Shirley MacLaine, Marlo Thomas, Barbra Streisand, Carol Burnett, and Catherine Zeta Jones (who made her stage debut as "Molly"  in his first London production of Annie in 1978).  He has conceived, written, and directed eight musical-variety television programs:  Anne Bancroft in "Annie, the Woman in the Life of a Man," "Annie and the Hoods," (again with Anne Bancroft), "George M," "'S'Wonderful, "S'Marvelous, "S'Gershwin," "Cole Porter in Paris," "Get Happy," "Dames at Sea" and "The Annie Christmas Show".  He has been nominated for, or received six Tonys, six Grammys, three Emmys, three Gold Records, two Platinum records, six Drama Desk Awards, The Peabody Award for Broadcasting, and Jay-Z's album "Hard Knock Life," which went triple platinum.  Now in the works are:  Softly (a musical with a score by the late Harold Arlen), Robin Hood (with Thomas Meehan and Peter Sipos).  This fall, he will direct the new Pre-Broadway production of Two by Two starring Jason Alexander, and write the lyrics for and direct Skin Deep, a new Broadway bound musical, about what happens to Cinderella's wicked mother and unattractive step-sisters after Prince Charming fits the Glass Slipper on Cinderella.  His other projects include the Time-Life double disc Annie 30th Anniversary production album, which also contains songs from Annie 2, "Rodgers & ..." a concert celebration of the music of Richard Rodgers and his six lyricists.  Mr. Charnin functioned as narrator of the piece, which presented some 70 Rodgers songs and opened the 2009 season at "Lyrics & Lyricists" at the 92nd Street Y.  In the Pacific Northwest, he has directed Shadowlands, Love is Love, Sleuth and is structuring a one-woman show for his wife and former Annie "Star-to-be" Shelly Burch.

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JAMES LAPINE
JAMES LAPINE
DIRECTOR

James Lapine has worked with Stephen Sondheim on Sunday in the Park with George, Into the Woods, and Passion. He also recently directed Merrily We Roll Along for Encores, and Sondheim on Sondheim for the Roundabout Theatre Company. With William Finn he has worked on Falsettos, A New Brain, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and the soon to be produced Little Miss Sunshine. Other Broadway credits: The Diary of Anne Frank, Golden Child and Amour. He has written the plays: Table Settings, Twelve Dreams, Luck, Pluck & Virtue, The Moment When, Fran's Bed and Mrs. Miller Does Her Thing. For the NY Shakespeare Festival he has directed A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Winter's Tale and King Lear. He has received 11 Tony nominations, winning 3 times. He has also won 5 Drama Desk Awards and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for Sunday in the Park with George. He was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame in 2011. For more information see JamesLapine.com.

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Andy Blankenbuehler
ANDY BLANKENBUEHLER
CHOREOGRAPHER

Andy Blankenbuehler won the 2008 Tony Award® for his choreography in the Tony Award-winning Best Musical In The Heights (also Lortel, Calloway, Outer Critics and Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding Choreography). Other Broadway projects include the new musical 9 to 5 (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics nominations), The People In The Picture, and the revival of The Apple Tree. Other recent credits include The Wiz (City Center), Desperately Seeking Susan (West End), and the world premiere of Bring It On: The Musical, currently on tour. He has staged concert work for both Elton John and Bette Midler and has appeared as a guest choreographer on So You Think You Can Dance. As a performer, Mr. Blankenbuehler has danced on Broadway in FosseContactMan of La ManchaSaturday Night FeverSteel PierBig and Guys and Dolls. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. Blankenbuehler resides in New York City, with his wife and two children, Luca and Sofia.

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Susan Hilferty
SUSAN HILFERTY
COSTUME DESIGN

Susan Hilferty has designed more than 300 productions for theatres across America and internationally. Her directorial collaborators include Athol Fugard (set, costumes, co-director), Michael Mayer, James Lapine, Robert Falls, Robert Woodruff, Joe Mantello, JoAnne Akalaitis, Garland Wright, Mark Lamos, Frank Galati, Des McAnuff, Sharon Ott, David Petrarca, Richard Nelson, Christopher Ashley, Kenny Leon, Laurie Anderson, Tony Kushner, Carole Rothman, Garry Hynes and Emily Mann. Upcoming and recent work: Rigoletto (Metropolitan Opera 2012/2013), Taylor Swift "Speak Now" World Tour. Broadway: Wonderland, Sondheim on SondheimSpring Awakening (Tony nom.), Lestat (Tony nom.), Assassins, Into the Woods (Hewes Award, Tony nom.), Dirty Blonde. She chairs Graduate Design Department at NYU/Tisch. Her numerous awards include the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards for Wicked.

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David Korins
DAVID KORINS
SCENIC DESIGN

Broadway: ChinglishGodspell, Magic/Bird, An Evening with Patti Lupone & Mandy Patinkin, Lombardi, The Pee-Wee Herman Show, Bridge & Tunnel, Passing Strange and Motown (upcoming). He has designed shows for many Off-Broadway and regional theaters as well as several concerts for Kanye West. In 2013, he will be designing world premiere operas at the San Francisco Opera and the Santa Fe Opera Company. David is the proud recipient of a Drama Desk, a Lucille Lortel, two Hewes Design Awards and the 2009 Obie Award For Sustained Excellence in Design.

http://www.davidkorinsdesign.com/

 

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Donald Holder
DONALD HOLDER
LIGHTING DESIGN

Broadway: SPIDER-MAN Turn Off the Dark, Leap Of Faith,  The Mother****** With The Hat, Promises, Promises, Arcadia, Come Fly Away, South Pacific (2008 Tony Award®),  Ragtime, Les Liasons Dangereuses, A Streetcar Named Desire, Gem of The Ocean, Movin' Out, Juan Darien (all Tony-nominated), The Lion King (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards, Paris Moliere Award, London Olivier nomination), Cyrano de Bergerac (Henry Hewes Award), Radio Golf, The Little Dog Laughed, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Little Shop of Horrors, Prelude to a Kiss, The Boy From Oz, many others. Off-Broadway: Blood and Gifts, Gruesome Playground Injuries, Romeo and Juliet (Delacorte), Almost an Evening, A Man of No Importance, Birdie Blue, Observe The Sons of Ulster... (Lortel Award), Jitney , Saturday Night, Three Days of Rain, many others.  Television"Smash" Season One:  NBC-Dreamworks.  Opera:  The Magic Flute (NY Metropolitan Opera), Two Boys (English National and the Met), Moby Dick (Dallas Opera, Opera Australia, San Diego Opera), Dark Sisters (Music Theatre Group and Philadelphia Opera Co), Grendel (Los Angeles Opera, Lincoln Center Festival, New York), many others. Mr. Holder has designed at resident theatres across the US.

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Brian Ronan
BRIAN RONAN
SOUND DESIGN

Brian Ronan has designed the sound for over twenty Broadway musicals and plays. Some recent designs include The Book of Mormon (Tony Award®), Anything Goes (Drama Desk), American Idiot, Promises, Promises, Next to Normal (Tony nomination), Grease, Curtains, Spring Awakening as well as Grey Gardens and The Pajama Game which both earned Drama Desk nominations.  Off Broadway designs include Rent, Everyday Rapture, Saved, 10 Million Miles, and Bug (Obie and Lucille Lortel awards).  Regional designs include Giant (Dallas Theatre Center), Bonnie & Clyde (LaJolla), Dancing in the Dark (The Old Globe), A Christmas Carol (McCarter).  His career has spanned twenty five years and taken him across America, Europe and Asia and has afforded him the opportunity to work with the most talented composers, directors, designers, actors, musicians and stagehands in the world for which he is eternally grateful.

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Tom Watson
TOM WATSON
HAIR AND WIG DESIGN

Tom Watson is head of the wig and makeup department at the Metropolitan Opera. He has designed wigs for more than 50 Broadway productions.  Current and recent Broadway designs include On a Clear Day..., How to Succeed..., Wonderland, House of Blue Leaves, Born Yesterday, The Addams Family, Million Dollar Quartet, Rock of Ages, Wicked, Promises, Promises, Elling, Mrs. Warren's Profession, South Pacific, Sondheim on Sondheim, A View from the Bridge, and Sunday in the Park with George.

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Todd Ellison
TODD ELLISON
MUSICAL DIRECTOR

Broadway: La Cage, Monty Python's Spamalot, Lestat, Amour, 42nd Street, Wild Party, On the Town, Once Upon a Mattress, How to Succeed..., She Loves Me, Cats, Starlight Express, Annie 2, Encores! On the Town and No, No, Nanette. Composed incidental music: A Class Act, Taller...Dwarf. International: Vienna Konzerthaus: Jerry Hadley, Dawn Upshaw, Dublin Film Orchestra, Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular, Carnegie Hall: Jubilee. Has accompanied such stars as: Nicole Kidman, Barry Manilow, Natalie Portman, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Meryl Streep. 

 

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TELSEY + COMPANY
TELSEY + COMPANY
CASTING

Broadway/Tours: First Date, Motown, Kinky Boots, Jekyll & Hyde, Newsies, Spider-Man, Rock of Ages, Wicked, Priscilla, Sister Act, Million Dollar Quartet. Off-Broadway: Nobody Loves You (2nd Stage), Atlantic, MCC, Signature. Film: The Odd Life of Timothy Green, Friends with Kids, Margin Call, Sex and the City, I Love You Phillip Morris, Rachel Getting Married, Dan in Real Life, Across the Universe. TV: "Smash," "The Big C." www.telseyandco.com

 

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Michael Starobin
MICHAEL STAROBIN
ORCHESTRATIONS

Michael has also orchestrated Dogfight, Queen of the Mist, People in the Picture, Sondheim on Sondheim, Next to Normal, Glorious Ones, Grinch, Adrift in Macao, Bernarda Alba, Spelling Bee, Assassins, Tom Sawyer, A New Brain, A Christmas Carol, Hello Again, Guys & Dolls, My Favorite Year, Falsettos, In Trousers, Sunday in the Park with George, Once on This Island, Closer Than Ever, Legs Diamond, Romance Romance, Carrie, Birds of Paradise, Rags, Three Guys Naked, Von Richtofen.

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RACHEL A. WOLFF
RACHEL A. WOLFF
STAGE MANAGER

Broadway: On A Clear Day, Next to Normal, Lend Me A Tenor, Shrek, Jersey Boys, Billy Elliot, Spamalot, The Frogs, Gypsy. Tours: Spamalot 1st National. Off-Broadway: Fat Camp. Other NYC: White Noise, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Citizen Ruth, Cheer Wars. Regional:  BayStreet Theatre, Weston Playhouse. Graduate of NCSA.

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SCOTT ROWEN
SCOTT ROWEN
STAGE MANAGER

Broadway: Nice Work If You Can Get It, Billy Elliot, Legally Blonde, The Wedding Singer, Lestat. Off-Broadway: Here Lies Love, See What I Wanna See, As You Like It (Delacorte), Stuff Happens (NYSF); The Great American Trailer Park Musical; Fat Pig (MCC). Scott is a graduate of Harvard University.

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Derric Nolte
DERRIC NOLTE
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER

Broadway: Evita. Off-Broadway: RENT, Avenue Q. New York: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Cotton Club Parade (Encores!), Carousel (NY Philharmonic). Regional: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Paper Mill Playhouse). Education: CCM. Thank you to Peter, Rachel and MK! For Mom, Dad, Mimi, G+G and my supportive friends and family.

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William Berloni
WILLIAM BERLONI
ANIMAL TRAINER

Recipient of 2011 Tony Honor, 1977 Outer Critics Award. BDWY: Annie (Sandy in the original production, 20th, 30th, 35th revivals, national tours), A Christmas Story, Legally Blonde, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Joe Turner's Come And Gone, Camelot, Frankenstein, The First, Alice In Wonderland, Oliver!, Anything Goes, Nick And Nora, The Wiz, The Wizard Of Oz, Dinner At Eight, Double Feature, The Woman In White, Awake And Sing, The Lieutenant Of Inishmore. Television: "Annie's Search For Sandy." Animal Director of Because Of Winn Dixie The Musical, at Arkansas Rep in December 2013.  Hundreds of Off-Broadway, regional theatre, tours, movies, TV. Author: Broadway Tails. Director of Animal Behavior at the Humane Society of NY. Visit theatricalanimals.com, Facebook and Twitter

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David Benken
DAVID BENKEN
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

For more than 30 years David has worked on many productions on Broadway and for national & international tours.  Current Projects: Annie, The Lion King, Magic/Bird, Mary Poppins, One Man, Two Guvnors, Peter and the Starcatcher, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Phantom Las Vegas, El Rey Leon (Madrid), The Lion King UK Tour.  Past Productions include: The Boy from Oz, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Coram Boy, Come Fly Away, Democracy, The History Boys, Jumpers, The Little Mermaid, The Seafarer, The Woman in White, A Class Act, The Wild Party, Peter Pan, The Lion King Las Vegas, We Will Rock You.  Past Tours:  The Producers, Beauty and the Beast, Kiss Me Kate, Martin Guerre, Carousel, Miss Saigon, Peter Pan, Les Miserables, Evita, 42nd Street, Annie.  This production brings David full circle to where he started, which was on the road with the original Broadway production of Annie.

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Wes Grantom
WES GRANTOM
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Wes is thrilled to be working on ANNIE after being James Lapine's associate on Merrily We Roll Along (Encores) and Little Miss Sunshine (La Jolla Playhouse). Wes also served as Associate Director on the Broadway productions of Waiting for Godot directed by Anthony Page, Les Liaisons Dangereuses directed by Rufus Norris and Brief Encounter directed by Emma Rice in addition to being John Rando's associate on numerous productions around the country. As director, Wes' recent credits include The Steadfast by Mat Smart, Mine by Bekah Brunstetter both for Slant Theatre Project; K2 and the world premiere of Chris Newbound's Birthday Boy for Berkshire Theatre Festival; the New Jersey premiere of Clybourne Park for Premiere Stages; Tartuffe at Asolo Rep and this fall is directing Eager to Lose written by Matthew-Lee Erlbach for Ars Nova. Wes is the recipient of the Drama League Directing Fellowship, a member of Lincoln Center Director's Lab, Co-Artistic Director of Slant Theatre Project, and a graduate of the University of Evansville.

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Rachel Bress
RACHEL BRESS
ASSOCIATE CHOREOGRAPHER

Choreography: "Pan Am," "Sex and the City," NBA Entertainment, "Electric Company," "The Today Show," Tory Burch Denim, Rated P...for Parenthood (Off-Broadway). Associate/performed: 9 to 5, The People in the Picture, Pirate Queen. Associate: Pippin, Shrek (nat'l tour). Performance: MAMMA MIA!, Wicked, NYC Opera. Love to Mom, Dad, Laurie, Sasan, Zoe.

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FAITH PRINCE
FAITH PRINCE
MISS HANNIGAN

Faith has been dazzling Broadway audiences since winning the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Guys and Dolls. Other Broadway credits: A Catered Affair (Tony, DD, OCC noms), The Little Mermaid, Bells Are Ringing (Tony, DD, OCC noms), Nick & Nora (OCC Award), Jerome Robbins' Broadway (Tony, DD noms), Little Me, The Dead, Noises Off.  TV: "Drop Dead Diva", "Ugly Betty", "CSI", "Huff", "Spin City", "Faith".  Film: Our Very Own, Picture Perfect, Dave, My Father the Hero. Music: Prince recently released "Total Faith" on Broadway Records.

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Ron Raines
RON RAINES
DADDY WARBUCKS

Broadway: Follies (Tony nominee),  Newsies, Chicago, Show Boat, Teddy And Alice,  TV: "Person of Interest,"  "Guiding Light" (three-time Emmy nominee), PBS: Five "Great Performances" Recordings: Man of La Mancha, The Pajama Game, 110 in the Shade, Wonderful Town, etc., Over fifty symphonies including: Chicago, Cleveland, BBC, Royal Philharmonic, Boston Pops, Philly Pops, National Tours & Regional: Unsinkable Molly Brown, A Little Night Music, Annie, The King and I, Kiss Me Kate, South Pacific, Kismet, etc, Has 2 solo CDs.

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TAYLOR RICHARDSON
TAYLOR RICHARDSON
ANNIE

Taylor is overjoyed to be making her Broadway debut at 11.  Regional credits: Irving Berlin's White Christmas (Susan Waverly) and Honk!. She hails from VA and wants to thank her teachers back home including Ann Catherine Cross School of Dance, Cathy Motley-Fitch, Melody Raef, and everyone involved with VA Repertory Theatre. Taylor is grateful to Telsey+Co, Arielle Tepper Madover, James Lapine, and the entire creative team of Annie for this incredible opportunity.

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BRYNN O'MALLEY
BRYNN O'MALLEY
GRACE FARRELL

Broadway: Wicked (Nessarose), Sunday In the Park with George (Celeste 1 & Elaine), Hairspray (Amber Von Tussle), and Beauty & the Beast (Belle u/s). Regionally, Brynn has starred in Avenue Q ("Kate Monster/Lucy T. Slut", Wynn Las Vegas) and numerous other 1st national and regional productions. Television: "The Big C," "Royal Pains," "A Gifted Man," and "Smash." BFA University of Michigan. Thanks to Patrick Goodwin, Tim Marshall and everyone at BRS. For BIBS. 4815162342

 

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Clarke Thorell
CLARKE THORELL
ROOSTER HANNIGAN

Broadway: Hairspray (Corny Collins), Titanic (Barrett, Farrell), Mamma Mia! (Harry), Sinatra...His Way, The Who's Tommy.  Off/Other:  Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Gus), Juno, Satellites, Saturday Night, Wise Guys, Lone Star Love, Twelfth Night (Orsino), Floyd Collins (Homer). TV/Film: Men In Black III , "Boardwalk Empire", "30 Rock" (Meet The Woggels), "NYC 22," "Kings," "Rescue Me," "Law & Order", "Far East", The Winning Season. Clarke has maintained a lifelong dream of becoming the future voice of Donald Duck. 

 

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Kirsten Wyatt
KIRSTEN WYATT
LILY ST. REGIS

Broadway: A Christmas Story (Crusty Elf), Elf (Santa's Elf), Shrek (Shoemaker's Elf), Grease (Frenchy, 2007 revival), High Fidelity (Anna), The Pajama Game (Poopsie), Urinetown (Little Becky Two Shoes), ...Charlie Brown (Lucy/Sally Standby). Other roles include Agnes Gooch in the Goodspeed Opera House's production of Mame for which she won a Connecticut Critics Circle Award, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls at Great Lakes Theater Festival and Charity in Sweet Charity at the Cape Playhouse. Love to Sean. www.kirstenwyatt.net @KirstenWyatt

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GABY BRADBURY
GABY BRADBURY
PEPPER

From Philadelphia, Gaby is thrilled to be making her Broadway Debut! Regional: Inherit the WindUnder the WhalebackThe Music ManOliver!GypsyA Christmas Carol, the world premiere of Macy's Yes, Virginia: The MusicalCharlotte's WebBabes in ArmsHonk.  She participated in an educational video at CHOP's Center for Autism Research. Special thanks to God, ANNIE team, Telsey, Stagedoor, Broadway Dreams Foundation, The Kimmel Center, Shelli-RKS, Barry Kolker, Bob Marks, school, family and friends.

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AMAYA BRAGANZA
AMAYA BRAGANZA
JULY

Dreams come true as Amaya, 10, debuts on Broadway!  Youth theater roles:  Aladdin, Annie, Wicked and the Sound of Music.  Amaya thanks her parents, sisters Anika, Adriana, Alyssa, and Center Stage Studio friends in Orange County, CA.  Deepest gratitude: Tracey Abbott, Lexi McCarthy, Telsey and Company, the ANNIE creative team.

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SKYE ALYSSA FRIEDMAN
SKYE ALYSSA FRIEDMAN
STANDBY FOR ANNIE, DUFFY, PEPPER, JULY, AND TESSIE

Skye is elated to make her Broadway debut in Annie at 11! Regional: Sound of Music (Gretl), Music Man (Gracie, Amaryllis U/S), Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Choir). Other favorites: Little Mermaid (Ariel), Annie (Tessie), The Nutcracker (toy solider/child). Much gratitude and love: Mom & Dad, family, friends. Special thanks: Nancy Carson, James Lapine, Telsey & Company, creative team, wonderful team of teachers and coaches in Jupiter, Florida. "Smile darn ya, smile!"

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TYRAH SKYE ODOMS
TYRAH SKYE ODOMS
TESSIE

Tyrah is delighted to be working with the cast again after making her Broadway debut as Kate-u/s Molly last year. Regional: Jungle Book (Shanti), Beauty & the Beast (Chip) Annie (Molly). "Dream BIG!" Thanks: Mom, Dad, family & friends, Sabina, Barry, and Telsey Casting for their continued support.

 

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EMILY ROSENFELD
EMILY ROSENFELD
MOLLY

Age eight, Broadway debut! Off-Broadway Benefit: Miracle on 34th Street, the Musical (Hendrika). Regional: The Sound of Music (Gretl), The Secret Garden (Dickon), Guys & Dolls (Big Jule), Peter Pan (Michael). Other: Broadway Youth Ensemble. Love and Gratitude: Amelia DeMayo, Gulnara Mitzanova, Janine Molinari, Renae Baker, Gail Pennington Crutchfield, Cynthia Birdwell, David Doan, Star Kidz, RFKT, Telsey+Co, fabulous Annie company - Arielle, James, Andy, Todd, Peter, Jill; cherished family, friends, grandparents, Jaime, Mom, Dad, Evie & Lucy. A Dream Come True! www.emilyrosenfeld.net

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BROOKLYN SHUCK
BROOKLYN SHUCK
KATE

Brooklyn is ecstatic to be making her Broadway debut in Annie!  Hometown: Lexington, KY Regional: University of Kentucky (ACE), Seussical Jr. (Baby Kangaroo); Alltech Celebration of Song (soloist). LOVE and THANKS to God, Mom & Dad, sisters Sydney & Raleigh, Nana, Julie, Traci, Telsey+Company, Nancy Carson, Peggy Stamps, Vanessa Davis, and Bob Marks.

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SADIE SINK
SADIE SINK
DUFFY

Sadie is delighted to be in the cast of ANNIE! She is an 11 yr old from Brenham, Texas. Regional: Annie (Annie), White Christmas (Susan Waverly). Other favorites: The Miracle Worker (Helen Keller), The Secret Garden (Mary Lennox). Special thanks to Patrick Goodwin, Nancy Carson, and TUTS. Much love and gratitude to my incredible family and friends! Phil 4:13

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Jane Blass
JANE BLASS
ENSEMBLE

Broadway debut. National tours: Margaret (9 to 5); Female Authority Figure (Hairspray); Beggar Woman (Scrooge w/Richard Chamberlain.) Mazeppa (Gypsy w/Patti LuPone,) Ravinia (Chicago); Baker's Wife (Into the Woods). Grand Theft Auto 4.  Love and thanks to Mom and Dad.

 

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MARY CALLANAN
MARY CALLANAN
ENSEMBLE

Broadway debut. National: Mamma Mia!, Damn Yankees, big, Sound of Music, Cinderella. Regional: Les MiserablesMenopause the Musical, Sweeney Todd, Late Night Catechism, Trailer Park, Chicago, Charlie Brown, Bat Boy, Falsettos. Cabaret work in Boston, NYC, Provincetown. www.marycallanan.com.

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Jeremy Davis
JEREMY DAVIS
BERT HEALY

Broadway: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, South Pacific, 9 To 5, Billy Elliot, The People In The Picture, Ghost. National Tours: South Pacific, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Tommy. B.F.A from U.Mich. Equity member since 1998. Thanks to Mom, Dad, Sarah and Kristen.

 

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JUSTIN PATTERSON
JUSTIN PATTERSON
F.D.R

Broadway: Memphis, A Little Night Music, 9 to 5: the musical, Young Frankenstein, All Shook Up. National Tours: Spamalot, Fiddler on the Roof (Fyedka). TV: "Boardwalk Empire," "Person of Interest," "Ugly Betty." Film: Across the Universe. Love to H.H.&E!

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Tessa Grady
TESSA GRADY
ENSEMBLE

Broadway debut! New to NYC and so ecstatic to be a part of this cast! Favorite west coast roles include: Natalie (Next to Normal), Peggy Sawyer (42nd Street). Love and thanks to Sasha, Dan, Lewis, Nick, Joey, and especially mom.

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JUSTIN GREER
JUSTIN GREER
ENSEMBLE

Justin Greer was most recently in Roundabout's ...Drood revival, and is so happy to be joining this fabulous company! Annie is his ninth Broadway show.  He is also a full-time educator, currently on the faculty of the Dalton School. More at www.justingreer.net

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Joel Hatch
JOEL HATCH
DRAKE, ENSEMBLE

Broadway: Billy Elliot. Off-Broadway: Adding Machine: The Musical (OBIE, Lortel awards), Annie Warbucks. Carnegie Hall: Sound Of Music. National Tours: Beauty and the Beast, Ragtime, Showboat. Television: "The Good Wife", reoccurring role of Dr Holt on HBO's "Boardwalk Empire."

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DANETTE HOLDEN
DANETTE HOLDEN
SWING

Broadway: Shrek the Musical (Fairy Godmother), Laughing Room Only (Standby). New York: The It Girl (Jane/Mrs. Van Norman). Regional: White Christmas (Judy), Curtains (Georgia), Follies (Young Sally). Film: Mona Lisa Smile. CCM graduate. Mommy to Archer and Ellery Jo!

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Fred Inkley
FRED INKLEY
SWING

Broadway: Jean Valjean (Les Miserables,) Sergeant (Boys From Syracuse,) Stryver (Tale Of Two Cities.) Tour: Jean Valjean, Beast (Beauty and The Beast.) Love to Mom (Janet), Wife (Tori), and kids; Zach, Kiersten, and Madison, for their love, support and inspiration.

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Gavin Lodge
GAVIN LODGE
ENSEMBLE

Gavin is honored to be in this iconic show.  Broadway: Priscilla..., Spamalot, 42nd St.  Regional roles: Full Monty's "Jerry", Music Man's "Harold".  Further passions: writing, campaign finance reform (the only way to fix our government), and his sons, Ellison & Colton.  www.gavinlodge.com

 

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ALEXANDRA MATTEO
ALEXANDRA MATTEO
SWING

Broadway debut! National Tours: Addams Family (u/s Wednesday), Anything Goes. Regional: Seven Brides..., Singin' in the Rain, Kiss Me Kate (The Muny). BFA, The Boston Conservatory. Many thanks to Mom, Dad, Michael, Mario, family and friends, The Mine, and Telsey + Co.

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SHINA ANN MORRIS
SHINA ANN MORRIS
ENSEMBLE

Broadway: Nice Work If You Can Get It, Anything Goes (u/s Erma), West Side Story. NY: Encores! Bells Are Ringing. BFA, U of Michigan. Thanks God, Mom, Sasha, Dad, family, Wayne, Madama, Oakleys, Davises, teachers, Telsey, Andy, Henderson Hogan! Love to my heart, Mark.

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David Rossetti
DAVID ROSSETTI
SWING

Broadway Debut!  National Tours: HairsprayFame.  Regional: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Jimmy), The Drowsy Chaperone (Robert), A Chorus Line (Paul), Cabaret (Emcee). "Thanks to family, friends, my amazing Mama and bestie JDB, for always believing." Valdosta State University graduate. www.DavidRossetti.com

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Sarah Solie
SARAH SOLIE
ENSEMBLE

Eighth Broadway show. Past shows: South Pacific, Mary Poppins, Lestat, High Society, Steel Pier, Beauty and the Beast, Cats, Titanic (First Nat'l tour). Regional: Sweeney Todd (Beggar Woman), The King and I (Anna) and Singin' in the Rain (Kathy Selden). 

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SAM STRASFELD
SAM STRASFELD
SOUND EFFECTS MAN, HOWE

Sam Strasfeld is thrilled to be in N-Y-C! Broadway: Mary Poppins, Scandalous Tours: Jersey Boys Regional: Milwaukee Repertory, Cape Playhouse, Kennedy Center, MUNY, Shaw Festival, Stratford Festival. Love and thanks to Mom, Dad, Gaby, Renée, and Julien. Thanks also to Andy and HFC. 

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Ryan VanDenBoom
RYAN VANDENBOOM
ENSEMBLE

Ryan is thrilled to be making his Broadway debut. He's performed with symphony orchestras internationally, and with the Mac-Haydn Theatre and Merry-Go-Round Playhouse. NYU Tisch (CAP21). Thanks to James, Andy, Todd, and Telsey + Co. Love to his family and Kevin. 

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Sunny
SUNNY
SANDY

Sunny is a two-year-old terrier mix who was discovered by William Berloni at the BARC Municipal Animal Shelter in Houston, TX., 24 hours her time at the shelter was coming to an end. Berloni found Sunny's soulful eyes reminiscent of the Sandy from the original Broadway production. She loves toys that squeak and all children, especially red-headed little girls. She dedicates her performance to all the homeless pets that need a chance to shine.

 

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Casey
CASEY
U/S SANDY

Casey is a one-year-old terrier mix, found at the Maury County Animal Shelter in Nashville, TN. Casey's time at the shelter was coming to an end but she won one more chance for adoption and came to the attention of William Berloni who adopted her. 

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ARIELLE TEPPER MADOVER
ARIELLE TEPPER MADOVER

Arielle Tepper Madover, a Tony Award® winning Producer, has produced theater on and off-Broadway since 1998. Broadway credits include: Red, Hamlet, Mary Stuart, Hair, Equus, Frost/Nixon, Monty Python's SPAMALOT, The Pillowman, Democracy, A Raisin in the Sun, Jumpers, Hollywood Arms, A Class Act, James Joyce's The Dead, John Leguizamo's Freak, Sandra Bernhard's I'm Still Here...Damn It. West End credits include: Piaf, Spamalot, Frost/Nixon, Guys & Dolls, Mary Stuart, A Voyage Round My Father, Sunday in the Park with George. Off- Broadway credits include: De La Guarda " Villa Villa" and The Last Five Years. She has also produced the US National tour of Frost/Nixon and the US National tour and Vegas production of Monty Python's SPAMALOT. In 2005 Mrs. Madover formed "The Living Room for Artists" a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization to sustain and support the Summer Play Festival (SPF) which was first presented in 2004. SPF formed an alliance with The Public Theater and has a relationship with the Donmar Warehouse through its creation of the Playwright Residency Program. In her effort to promote Theater Education, in 2001, she created The Tepper Center for Careers in Theatre, which through The Tepper Semester in New York provides opportunities for college seniors to develop specific strategies for pursuing their career goals in the entertainment industry. In 2005 she initiated a theatre program for second and third graders at The Dalton School. Mrs. Madover is an Executive Committee member and the head of Commercial Projects Committee on the Board of Trustees at The Public Theater and is on the Board of Governors for The League of American Theaters and Producers. She is an Emeritus member of the Syracuse University Board of Trustees and a past Board member of The Dalton School. Mrs. Madover is also a member of the Juilliard Drama Council and has been listed in Crain's 40 under 40 and was one of Cosmopolitan's Fun Fearless Females.

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ROGER HORCHOW
ROGER HORCHOW

Founder of Horchow Collection Catalog (sold to Neiman Marcus in 1988). Produced or Co-produced Crazy for You, Kiss Me, Kate, Curtains, Gypsy and is very happy to be involved with Annie. Widower with three daughters, five granddaughters. Graduated from Yale (1950) and served in Army during the Korean War. Loves the theater and all the great people.

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SALLY HORCHOW
SALLY HORCHOW

Sally Horchow is a lifestyle expert, journalist, on-air personality, celebrated L.A. hostess, and co-author (with her father, Roger Horchow, also a producer of the show) of The Art of Friendship: 70 Simple Rules for Making Meaningful Connections (St. Martin's Press, 2006).

Sally is the curator and host of "Very Good Looking" (online at VeryGoodLooking.com), a lifestyle webshow and blog about finding and developing your own taste, with tips on everything from home design to entertaining to fashion, organizing, cooking, travel, and more.

Sally is currently the Lifestyle Director for Horchow, the luxury catalog and online retail company started by her father over 40 years ago. She is also a Producer on the upcoming Broadway revival of the musical, "Annie." She works with PlumLife, is on the Board of Advisors for Indagare, and has served as a spokesperson for Pepperidge Farm and Philips Electronics

Sally has worked as a journalist for the last serveral years, regularly contributing her original, witty point-of-view on all lifestyle trends - from entertaining, food, and travel to design, fashion, and art -- to publications like The Wall Street Journal, LA: The Los Angeles Times Magazine, and Town & Country, and she has appeared as both guest and host on multiple national television and radio shows - from NBC's Today to CBS's The Talk.

Earlier in her career, Sally built her expertise in many aspects of the entertainment and media industries. She worked at NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien, was the executive assistant to Steven Spielberg, produced an independent film, and was an event planner, website producer, and interior designer.

Sally grew up in Dallas, Texas, and received her B.A. from Yale University. She lives in Los Angeles with her two Labradors, Annie and Maggie Mae.

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ROGER BERLIND
ROGER BERLIND

Tony Award® Winning Productions are: Amadeus, Nine, The Real Thing, Joe Egg, Jerome Robbins' Broadway, City of Angels, Guys & Dolls, Passion, A View from the Bridge, Copenhagen, Kiss Me Kate, Proof, Doubt, The History Boys, War Horse, The Book of Mormon. Current Productions are: Nice Work if You Can Get It, One Man, Two Guvnors. Touring in 2012: War Horse, South Pacific, The Book of Mormon.

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ROY FURMAN
ROY FURMAN

Roy Furman has produced dozens of Broadway musicals and plays, including The Book of Mormon (Best Musical Tony Award®), War Horse (Best Play Tony), Seminar, The Addams Family, The Color Purple (Tony Award for LaChanze), Spamalot (Best Musical Tony), West Side Story, Gypsy (Tony Award for Patti LuPone), The History Boys (Best Play Tony), All My Sons, Inherit the Wind, Fortune's Fool (Tony Awards for Alan Bates and Frank Langella), Sly Fox, and Fosse (Best Musical Tony). Upcoming productions include Evita and Nice Work If You Can Get It. Mr. Furman is Vice Chairman of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Chairman Emeritus of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, a trustee of Guild Hall, and former President of the Phoenix Theatre. He served as national finance chairman for the Democratic National Committee in 1992-1993, was national fund chair for Harvard Law School for two years, and chairman of the Brooklyn College Foundation for four years. Roy is Vice Chairman of Jefferies & Company and Chairman of Jefferies Capital Partners, a group of private equity funds. He was previously Vice Chairman of ING Barings for two years following a one-year stint as Chief Executive Officer of Livent, a leading North American theater owner and producer. In 1973, Mr. Furman co-founded Furman Selz, an international investment banking, institutional brokerage, and money-management firm. He served as President and CEO until 1997, when the firm was sold to ING. For decades, he has been a respected Wall Street analyst and investment banker involved with the entertainment industry, following and advising a wide range of public and private companies.

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DEBBIE BISNO
DEBBIE BISNO

Broadway: War Horse, Merchant of Venice with Al Pacino, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, A Life in the Theatre, Colin Quinn/Seinfeld's Long Story Short, HAIR, Finian's Rainbow, Speed the Plow, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and The Crucible. In 2011, Debbie produced Through a Glass Darkly starring Carey Mulligan, directed by David Leveaux in association with the Atlantic Theater Co. With theatrical roots in Chicago, she was Co-Founder and Producing Director of Roadworks Productions, founded by Northwestern Graduates. Roadwork held residencies at Steppenworlf's Studio and Garage, and at the Victory Gardens Studios. She co-produced over 20 award-winning Midwest premieres, including Kenneth Lonergan's This is Our Youth, Phyllis Nagy's Disappeared, Patrick Marber's Dealer's Choice, Eric Bogosian's subUrbia, Charles Mee's Orestes, Howard Korder's The Lights and Mike Leigh's Ecstasy. During its 11 seasons, Roadworks earned multiple Jeff Awards (Chicago's Tonys). Other projects have included: the film Michael Jordan to the Max, IMAX movie PULSE: A STOMP Odyssey and documentary Auschwitz: Inside the Nazi State for PBS/BBC. Debbie co-produced Steppenwolf Theatre's 25th Anniversary Special hosted by Bill Murray, featuring the ensemble. As a consultant, she's worked with various non-profits in marketing, fundraising and innovative programming. Debbie has been a guest lecturer at Yale School of Drama; she is on the Board of the Yale Summer Cabaret, Chair of Friends of Yale Institute for Music Theatre, and sits on the Steering Committee of FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics).

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STACEY MINDICH
STACEY MINDICH

Stacey Mindich produces musical theater, both on and off-Broadway. Works to date: Make Me a Song: The Music of William Finn, A Catered Affair, 13 and Catch Me if You Can. Upcoming productions: a revival of Annie (Broadway, November 2012). In development: Like Water for Chocolate, The Bridges of Madison County and a new musical project by the composing team of Pasek and Paul, and book writer Steven Levenson. Stacey is proud to enhance and commission projects at a variety of non-profit theaters across the country. She has also established The Stacey and Eric Mindich Fund for Musical Theater at Lincoln Center Theater to commission and nurture new musicals. Stacey is a trustee of New York City Center, home to the Tony Award®-winning Encores! series of musical revivals, and is currently working to develop Encores Too, geared to showcase smaller musicals. She is also a vice president of NAMT (National Alliance of Musical Theater). Prior to her career in theater, Stacey was a journalist and editor. Her work has appeared in Town & Country (where she was senior editor for 16 years), The New York Times (where she was on staff as a reporter), Newsday, Departures, Self, Vogue, Glamour and Entertainment Weekly. She is the author of Town & Country's Elegant Weddings and her essays have been included in many anthologies. Her most beloved productions are her three sons.

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JAMES M. NEDERLANDER
JAMES M. NEDERLANDER

Mr. Nederlander is in his 70th year as a producer of distinguished entertainment and the owner/operator of a vast chain of entertainment venues. Nine of his theatres are on Broadway and the balance in Los Angelos, San Diego, San Jose, Durham, Chicago, and London. He has produced innumerable Broadway plays and musicals, operas, ballets and concerts and presented artists ranging from Nureyev to Sinatra to U2. Highlights of his Broadway productions include Annie, Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Applause, La Cage aux Folles, Me and My Girl and Noises Off.

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JANE BERGÈRE
JANE BERGÈRE

Broadway: Clybourne Park (Tony Award®); War Horse (Tony Award); Driving Miss Daisy; La Cage Aux Folles (Tony Award); A Little Night Music (Tony Nomination); All My Sons; 13 The Musical; Is He Dead; Curtains (Tony Nomination); Glengarry Glen Ross (Tony Award); Caroline, or Change (Tony Nomination); The Exonerated (London and National Tour), and Metamorphoses (Tony Nomination). Ms. Bergère is the former Artistic Director of Connecticut's Broadway Theatre in Darien, CT where she produced over 50 musicals. http://www.janebergereproductions.com

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DARYL ROTH
DARYL ROTH

Daryl Roth is proud to hold the singular distinction of producing seven Pulitzer Prize-winning plays: Clybourne Park, August: Osage County (Tony Award®), Proof (Tony Award), Wit, How I Learned to Drive, Anna in the Tropics and Edward Albee's Three Tall Women. Also: The Baby Dance, Bea Arthur on Broadway, Beckett/Albee, Camping with Henry and Tom, Caroline, or Change, A Catered Affair, Closer Than Ever, Come Fly Away, Curtains, De La Guarda, Dear Edwina, Defying Gravity, Die, Mommie, Die!, The Divine Sister, Driving Miss Daisy, Fela!, Edward Albee's The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? (Tony Award), Irena's Vow, The Judy Show, Leap of Faith, A Little Night Music, Love, Loss, and What I Wore, Manuscript, Medea, The Normal Heart (Tony Award), Old Wicked Songs, Our Lady of 121st Street, Edward Albee's The Play About the Baby, Salome, Snakebit, The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, The Temperamentals, Thom Pain, Through the Night, Thurgood, Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992, Vigil, War Horse (Tony Award), What's That Smell: The Music of Jacob Sterling, Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Year of Magical Thinking, and the film My Dog: An Unconditional Love Story. Upcoming projects include: A Time To Kill based on the John Grisham novel and Kinky Boots with book by Harvey Fierstein, music by Cyndi Lauper. Love to Steven, my wonderful family, and Lucy and Leo ever in my heart. DarylRothProductions.com

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CHRISTINA PAPAGJIKA
CHRISTINA PAPAGJIKA

Current and past productions include Leap of Faith on Broadway and In Transit off-Broadway (2010 Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, and Outer Critics Circle Award nominee).

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EVA PRICE
EVA PRICE

Broadway credits include: Peter and the Starcatcher, Kathy Griffin Wants A Tony, Colin Quinn LONG STORY SHORT, The Merchant of Venice, A Life In The Theatre, The Addams Family, Carrie Fisher's Wishful Drinking, Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Off-Broadway credits include: Voca People, Judy Gold's The Judy Show: My Life as a Sitcom, Circumcise Me, Los Big Names, The J.A.P Show: Jewish Princesses of Comedy, The Great American Trailer Park Musical, Joy. International and Touring credits include: The Addams Family (National Tour), Colin Quinn LONG STORY SHORT (National Tour), The Magic School Bus, Live! The Climate Challenge(National Tour), Ella, a bio musical about the life and music of Ella Fitzgerald (National Tour), 'S Wonderful: The New Gershwin Musical (National Tour), Tomie dePaola's Strega Nona The Musical (National Tour), Irving Berlin's I Love A Piano (National Tour and Japan), The Great American Trailer Park Musical (National Tour), Private Jokes, Public Places (London). For five years Eva worked as an assignment editor and coordinating producer for special projects at ABC News, spending her last year producing and reporting on stories relating to Broadway for ABCNEWS.com

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Thank you