"A GLORIOUSLY DEMENTED Christian Borle as Willy Wonka!"

- New York Times

Noah Weisberg

Willy Wonka


Henry Boshart

Charlie Bucket

Collin Jeffery

Charlie Bucket

Rueby Wood

Charlie Bucket


James Young

Grandpa Joe

Amanda Rose

Mrs. Bucket


Jessica Cohen

Veruca Salt

Madeleine Doherty

Mrs. Teavee


Kathy Fitzgerald

Mrs. Gloop

Nathaniel Hackmann

Mr. Salt


Daniel Quadrino

Mike Teavee

David Samuel

Mr. Beauregarde


Brynn Williams

Violet Beauregarde

Matt Wood

Augustus Gloop


Sarah Bowden

Ensemble

Alex Dreschke

Ensemble

Jess Fry

Ensemble

David R. Gordon

Ensemble


Chavon Hampton

Ensemble

Benjamin Howes

Ensemble

Lily Kaufmann

Ensemble

David Paul Kidder

Ensemble


Jennifer Jill Malenke

Ensemble

Joe Moeller

Ensemble

Tanisha Moore

Ensemble

Claire Neumann

Ensemble


Caylie Rose Newcom

Ensemble

Joel Newsome

Ensemble

Clyde Voce

Ensemble

Borris Anthony York

Ensemble


Elijah Dillehay

Swing

Sabrina Harper

Swing

Karen Hyland

Swing

Kevin Nietzel

Swing


Kristin Piro

Swing/Dance Captain

Armando Yearwood Jr.

Swing


Noah Weisberg

Willy Wonka

Noah wowed audiences as a prepubescent Grandpa Joe in a local children’s production at the age of 12. BROADWAY: South Pacific, Enron, Elf, Legally Blonde. OTHER: Diner (Pre-Broadway), Shakespeare In The Park. TV: “Modern Family”, “Major Crimes”, “Law & Order”, “JoJo’s Circus”, “K.C. Undercover”, “Wisdom Of The Crowd”, “Good Wife”, “iCarly”, “Franklin & Bash”, “Team Umizoomi”, “Bad Teacher”, “Bones”, “New Normal”, “Law & Order Criminal Intent”, “Love Monkey”, “Snowy Day” (Emmy winning), “Five Points”, “Doonce”, “Indoor Boys”. FILM: Noah wrote, directed & starred in Thank You Kindly opposite Kimiko Glenn (coming soon), and the award winning What’s Life Got To Do With It. NYU. noahweisberg.com INSTAGRAM: @InstagramNoah

Henry Boshart

Charlie Bucket

Fun Home National Tour (John), Untitled Netflix series recurring role. Many thanks to Dave McKeown and Shirley Grant Management, Monica, Badiene, Trapper, Denise and the entire Charlie creative team for this magical opportunity. All my love to Charlie, Amelia, Mom & Dad, family, friends and teachers for believing in me and supporting my dreams.

Collin Jeffery

Charlie Bucket

Collin is over the moon to be part of this production! International Tour: Kinky Boots (Young Charlie). Regional: A Christmas Story, the Musical (Randy); Five Points, stage reading (Junior). Thanks to the entire Charlie team and to Nancy, Bonnie, Emily, and Anne. Much love to Mom & Dad, Chrissy, Micky, and Brianna, family and friends, especially DCT, WST, Ms. Deb & IP.

Rueby Wood

Charlie Bucket

Rueby is 11 years old, based in Central New York, and excited to be a part of the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory tour. Recent credits include Mary Poppins (Michael Banks, Syracuse Stage), Wizard of Oz (Syracuse Stage), Oliver (Oliver), Narnia (Tumnus). In his spare time, Rueby performs magic tricks, designs short films (“Extraordinary”, YouTube), reads, and cooks.

James Young

Grandpa Joe

40-year career that includes: Broadway: Crazy for You, My Fair Lady, Me and My Girl, The Tap Dance Kid, A Chorus Line. National Tour/Regional: Once, Oliver, Annie, Beauty and the Beast, White Christmas, High School Musical, 42nd Street. TV: “Search Party”, “One Life to Live”. Film: “Ricki and the Flash”, “Annie”. The production for which Mr. Young is most proud are his daughters Kristina and Alessandra. Special thanks to Deb.Thanks to TKO and Telsey + Co.

Amanda Rose

Mrs. Bucket

Broadway/National tours: Holiday Inn (Linda u/s), Wicked (Nessarose), Dr Dolittle starring Tommy Tune, Oklahoma! (Laurey). Off-Bway: Dear Jane, a play (Jane). Favorite recent regional: Gypsy (Louise) Pittsburgh CLO, 9 to 5 (Judy) Walnut St, A Chorus Line (Kristine) Papermill playhouse, Sunset Blvd. (Betty)PCLO/Fulton, Miss Saigon (Ellen) Ogunquit Playhouse, Curtains (Nikki) Papermill. Big thanks to DGRW and Rachel Hoffman. @amandarose_nyc Amanda-Rose.net

Jessica Cohen

Veruca Salt

Broadway: CATS First National Tour: An American in Paris. Sarasota Ballet, Northern Ballet. Love and gratitude to Rachel, The Mine, the entire CATCF team, my family and Josh. Jessica is delighted to bring this world of imagination across the country, and is a true lover of chocolate. @itsjessicacohen

Madeleine Doherty

Mrs. Teavee

6 Broadway shows: Les Miserables, A Christmas Carol (original cast), The Producers (Hold-Me-Touch-Me) (original cast), Sister Act (Sister Mary Theresa) (original cast), Gigi (original cast), Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (Grandma Georgina) (original cast). 5 National Tours, over 50 regional productions. 1 son, 1 grandson, 4 step children, 1 step grand daughter and 2 step grandsons. 3 unions.

Kathy Fitzgerald

Mrs. Gloop

Broadway: Wicked (Madame Morrble), 9 to 5 (Roz; Outer Critics Nom. Best Featured Actress), The Producers (Shirley Markowitz), Swinging on a Star (Drama Desk Nom. Best Featured Actress). Off-Broadway: Damn Yankees (Doris) Encores, Disaster! (Shirley) Triad, Donnybrook (Irish Rep.). Regional: Pirates! (Ruth) Muny, Emmet Otter (Ma) Goodspeed, Christmas Carol (Fezziwig) McCarter, The Tempest, Twelfth Night, School for Wives, Search for Signs. National Tour: Wicked (Morrible; Broadway World Award). TV/Film: “Smash”, “Mercy”, “One Life to Life”, “Curb your Enthusiasm”, “The Next Three Days”, Our Idiot Brother and The Producers.

Nathaniel Hackmann

Mr. Salt

Just returned from London as Gabey in On The Town with the London Symphony at the BBC Proms. Broadway/New York/national tour: Les Misérables (Valjean/Javert u/s), Jerry Springer (Chucky/Adam), Beauty and the Beast (Gaston), Paint Your Wagon (Steve). Regional: Hunchback of Notre Dame (Quasimodo), Jekyll & Hyde (Jekyll/Hyde), Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Adam), Oliver! (Bill Sykes), Sweeney Todd (Anthony), A Funny Thing… Forum (Miles), Into the Woods (Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf), Camelot (Lancelot). Love and thanks: God, family, and YOU! Proud member AEA. Twitter: @n8hackmann, Instagram: N8HACKMANN

Daniel Quadrino

Mike Teavee

Daniel is thrilled to be part of such an amazing company. Broadway: Wicked (ensemble/Boq u/s), Newsies (Albert,Crutchie/Davey u/s), Bye Bye Birdie (ensemble/ Hugo u/s) TV: NBC’s Peter Pan Live! (Lost Boy Bunting) HUGE thanks to Rachel at Tesley as well as Jed, Ashley and the entire KMR team! Love to Mom, Dad, Mike & Jackson. Instagram: dannyquadrino

David Samuel

Mr. Beauregarde

Credits: Brother Toad (KC Rep), As You Like It w/ Ellen Burstyn, Twelfth Night w/ Fiasco Theater (Classic Stage), As You Like It (Bay Street), Ain’t Misbehavin’, dir. by André De Shields (Crossroads Theatre), Taming of The Shrew (Chautauqua), Blues From Mr. Charlie, To Kill A Mockingbird (Trinity Rep), Ruined (Arena Stage). MFA in Acting, Brown University/Trinity Rep. www.kingofaxum.com

Brynn Williams

Violet Beauregarde

Broadway: SpongeBob SquarePants (Sandy U/S, Swing), Bye Bye Birdie (Ursula), 13 (Cassie), How the Grinch Stole Christmas, In My Life, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (featured soloist). Off-Broadway: David Bowie’s Lazarus, Freedom Riders (Diane Nash). Regional: Bruce Hornsby’s SCKBSTD. Television/Film: “Naked Brother’s Band”, “Between the Lions”, “Finky’s Kitchen”. Thanks to God, Family (too many to name), Suzanne DePasse, Suzanne Coston, and everyone at Abrams!

Matt Wood

Augustus Gloop

Most recently seen making his Broadway debut in SpongeBob SquarePants covering the roles of Patrick and Mr. Krabs. Regional credits include Roger in Grease (Paper Mill) and Billis in South Pacific (Engeman). TV: “Law & Order: SVU”, “Difficult People”, “Instinct”. BFA from NYU/Tisch. Gratitude to BRS/Gage, Telsey + Co and so much love to Mom, Dad, and family! IG: @mattwoodgrams

Sarah Bowden

Ensemble

Originally from Australia, Sarah played Cassie in A Chorus Line at The Hollywood Bowl opposite Mario Lopez. Regional: Jerome Robbins’ Broadway (MUNY). Germany: Cabaret, West Side Story, 9 to 5, Flashdance, Esmeralda in Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Thanks to Miss Baayork Lee, my Mum, and The Cooper Company. www.sarahbowden.de Instagram: sarahbowden.de

Alex Dreschke

Ensemble

Broadway: A Bronx Tale. National Tour: Kinky Boots (Dance Captain). Regional: Beauty and the Beast (MT West), A Wonderful Life (Goodspeed). Proud graduate of UC Irvine. Endless thanks to Bloc, all teachers, friends, and family. Instagram: @dreschcode

Jess Fry

Ensemble

Broadway: M. Butterfly (Kurogo). Regional: Jerome Robbins’ Broadway (The Muny), Mamma Mia (Pioneer Theatre), The Wild Party (Stanford University). Television: The Americans (FX). Much love and thanks to my family, friends, and mentors. jessfry.com @jessicafry_

David R. Gordon

Ensemble

David loves Chocolate. Fitting, right? National Tours: Jimmy (Flashdance), , Roger (Grease). Regional: Huey (Memphis), Abraham (Altar Boyz). David writes/performs original music. Find his album on all popular music platforms. Love to my family, DGRW, and Oompa fiancée Kristin. @DRGeffects, Music:@imDavidRoss

Chavon Hampton

Ensemble

Regional: The Wiz (MUNY), Little Inez (Hairspray), Lisa (Mamma Mia), Shirley and female swing (Saturday night fever), Memphis (engeman) Tours: Dreamgirls (Korea), iLuminate (Domestic & Saudi arabia) She danced on the 2018 Nickelodeon halo awards. She’s excited to be joining the Wonka tour! She thanks God, her family and the agents at BLOC for their support. IG: chavonhampton

Benjamin Howes

Ensemble

Originally from Australia, Benjamin has performed on Broadway ([title of show], Mary Poppins, Scandalous), Off Broadway (The View Upstairs), in numerous regional companies. TV/Film: “The Deuce”, “Flight of the Conchords”, “Miles” and others. Full scoop at www.benjaminhowes.com Follow @benjthestar

Lily Kaufmann

Ensemble

Lily is overjoyed to fulfill her lifelong Oompa Loompa dreams on the road! Kansas City native, FSU alum. Credits include: Pittsburgh CLO, MTWichita, KC Starlight, and Broadway Dreams Foundation. This one’s for JoniMom and Dad, whose support has never wavered. @lilykaufmann

David Paul Kidder

Ensemble

NYC: American Dance Machine (The Joyce), Kristin Sudeikis Dance (BAM). Regional: Pittsburgh CLO, Fulton, Riverside, Flat Rock, New Theatre, Alhambra, Walt Disney World. TV: “Late Show With Stephen Colbert.” BFA from UCF. Huge thanks to creatives, CESD, and family! @davidpaulkidder

Jennifer Jill Malenke

Ensemble

BROADWAY: Into the Woods (revival). TV: “The Power of Music” (with Josh Groban), “High School Musical: GITP,” (ABC), many NYC/regional productions. Proud member of Broadway Inspirational Voices. Co-founder of Broadway Babysitters, www.broadwaybabysitters.com. www.jennifermalenke.com. Thanks to Todd Eskin at ATB!

Joe Moeller

Ensemble

Tours: Mary Poppins, Joseph… Vegas: Mamma Mia. BFA CCM. All the love to my family, teachers, Aaron, DGRW, and The Dads! Dedicated to parents like mine, who never stop believing in their kids. Love you Bob and Sandy.

Tanisha Moore

Ensemble

Tour: Flashdance (U.S & New Zealand), Regional: Freaky Friday (World Premiere & Cast Album), Hairspray, Gypsy (June), The Wiz (Dorothy), Smokey Joe’s Café. Love you Mommy, Dad, & Grandma. God is great & GO NOLES! Follow at @taneeeeshh, or tanishamoore.com

Claire Neumann

Ensemble

Off-Broadway: Money Talks, *Baghdaddy, *Triassic Parq, *Spidey Project. Regional: Edwin Drood (Riverside), How to Succeed… (Stages St. Louis); Annie Get your Gun, Floyd Collins, (Weathervane); TV/Film: “Law & Order: SVU,” “David Letterman,” “The Ellen Show,” Door on the Left (IFC Comedy Selects). *Original Cast Recording. www.ClaireNeumann.com

Caylie Rose Newcom

Ensemble

Favorite credits: Radio City Christmas Spectacular (NYC), FAME The Musical (national tour: u/s Serena). Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, North Carolina Theatre, Weathervane Playhouse, Palace Theatre. Love to my golden tickets: Dave, Daniel Hoff Agency, A&J, Family, my heart- Connor. www.caylienewcom.com

Joel Newsome

Ensemble

BROADWAY: 42nd Street (Bert Barry/Andy Lee cover), The Producers (Leo Bloom cover). OFF BROADWAY: Cagney! (Jack Warner/Bob Hope cover). NATIONAL TOURS: Something Rotten! (Lord Clapham), Billy Elliot, (George cover), The Producers (Leo Bloom). Thanks to Mom and Dad.

Clyde Voce

Ensemble

Nat’l Tours: The Color Purple (u/s Mister), Sister Act, Rock of Ages-Vegas Company (Ja’Keith), Elf (Manager). TV/Film: “When We Grow Up”, “Short Engagement”. Love and thanks to my family, Rich and Mike at Whole Artist Management and Rachel at Telsey+Co. @clyde.voce

Borris Anthony York

Ensemble

Broadway: Holiday Inn (OBC). Tours: Pippin (First National). TV: “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Amazon), “Smash” (NBC). Special thanks to my manager Thomas Green and Telsey casting for this opportunity. Love you mom! Instagram: @borrisanthonyyork

Elijah Dillehay

Swing

National tour debut! The Boston Conservatory, BFA Dance. Endless thanks to the Charlie team and Telsey + Co. for the opportunity. Thanks to GBM for the support. Couldn’t do this without my family and friends, I love you all. @eadillehay

Sabrina Harper

Swing

Broadway: PIPPIN (Swing), National Tour: PIPPIN (Fastrada), Regional: A Chorus Line (Cassie), The Producers (Ulla), European Credits: 9 to 5 (Judy Bernly), Chicago (Roxie), 42nd Street (Anytime Annie), Marilyn the Musical (Marilyn Monroe). Thankful for the support of her family. www.sabrinaharper.com

Karen Hyland

Swing

Broadway/NYC : Cagney (Standby/Dance Captain), Scandalous (Swing/Dance Captain), Ghost (Swing), Anyone Can Whistle (Ensemble) Tour: Billy Elliot (Swing/Asst. Dance Captain), Elf, White Christmas (Rhoda), Radio City (Mrs Claus). Love to hubby Gregg, puppy Oscar! IG: @karenyogahy

Kevin Nietzel

Swing

Tour debut! Regional: MTWichita, Drury Lane, MSMT, Ordway, Wagon Wheel. TV: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. BFA, Florida State. Thanks to Susie, Al, and Sam for all of the support throughout the years. Wouldn’t be here without them.

Kristin Piro

Swing/Dance Captain

Kristin is excited to continue the sweetness! Broadway: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Catch Me If You Can, Rocky, An American in Paris. Tours: Memphis, Flashdance, Saturday Night Fever. Love as always to my family, CGF, & my favorite Oompa, DRG.

Armando Yearwood Jr.

Swing

Armando is grateful to be a part of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Theatre works include In the Heights Tour, West Side Story International Tour, Dame Edna’s Glorious Goodbye Tour, and Frozen: Live at the Hyperion. Instagram @Mando_Jr

Marc Shaiman

Music/Co-lyricist

Scott Wittman

Co-lyricist

David Greig

Book

Jack O'Brien

Director

Joshua Bergasse

Choreographer

Mark Thompson

Set/Costume Design

Japhy Weideman

Lighting Design

Andrew Keister

Sound Design

Doug Besterman

Orchestrations

Basil Twist

Puppet Design

Campbell Young Associates

Wig, Hair & Makeup Design

           Buist            Bickley

Production Properties Supervisor

Jeff Sugg

Projection Design

Telsey + Company

Casting

Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures

Producer

Langley Park Productions

Producer

Neal Street Productions

Producer

Marc Shaiman

Music/Co-lyricist

Marc Shaiman composed the score and co-wrote (with Mr. Wittman) the songs for the film Mary Poppins Returns, arriving this Xmas.  He has been awarded a Tony, Grammy and an Emmy, but despite five nominations, no Oscar. Selected highlights: Hairspray, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, Catch Me If You CanSleepless in Seattle, The First Wives Club, Patch Adams, The American President, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, When Harry Met Sally, Beaches, Misery, City Slickers, The Addams Family, A Few Good Men, Sister Act, The Bucket List, “SNL,” “Smash,” Billy’s Oscar medleys, Bette, Barbra, Patti, Christine, Harry Jr., Mariah. Prop 8: The Musical. For further credits, call him.

Scott Wittman

Co-lyricist

Scott Wittman co-wrote (with Marc Shaiman) the lyrics for Hairspray, for which they received Tony and Grammy awards. Scott & Marc teamed up again on Broadway for Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, which he also directed, and Catch Me If You Can. For their original songs for the NBC’ s series “Smash,” they were nominated for two Emmy Awards, a Grammy and a Golden Globe. Scott has created, written and/or directed shows for Patti LuPone, Christine Ebersole, Justin Vivian Bond, Bette Midler and Bridget Everett. He co-wrote the lyrics for Disney’ s upcoming film musical Mary Poppins Returns starring Emily Blunt and Lin Manuel Miranda.

David Greig

Book

David is a playwright. His plays include The Events, The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart, Monster in the Hall, Midsummer, Dunsinane, Yellow Moon, Damascus, Outlying Islands, The American Pilot, San Diego, Pyrenees, The Cosmonaut’s Last Message, Dr. Korczcak’s Example, The Architect and Europe. David’s adaptations include The Suppliant Women, The Father, The Lorax, Lanark, Creditors and Caligula. In 1990 he co-founded Suspect Culture Theatre Co., for whom he wrote Timeless, Mainstream & 8000M. Since 2016, David has been the Artistic Director of The Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh.

Jack O'Brien

Director

Jack O’Brien has won 3 Tony Awards for his direction of Hairspray, Henry IV and The Coast of Utopia. His other Broadway recent credits include Carousel, The Font Page, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, It’s Only A Play, Macbeth, The Nance, Dead Accounts, Catch Me If You Can, Impressionism, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Tony nomination), Imaginary Friends, The Invention of Love (Tony nomination and Drama Desk winner), The Full Monty (Tony nomination), More to Love, Getting Away With Murder, The Little Foxes, Damn Yankees, Two Shakespearean Actors (Tony nomination), and Porgy and Bess (Tony nomination). Off-Broadway credits include Tom Stoppard’s The Hard Problem, Pride’s Crossing and Hapgood (Lucille Lortel Award). Other productions include Il Trittico at the Metropolitan Opera, Guys and Dolls at Carnegie Hall, Much Ado About Nothing for The Public’s Shakespeare in the Park, and Love Never Dies and Hairspray (Olivier nomination) in London. Mr. O’Brien was the Artistic Director of the Old Globe Theatre from 1981 till 2007. He has directed six programs for PBS’s “American Playhouse.” His book, Jack Be Nimble, is published by Farrar, Strauss and Giroux.

Joshua Bergasse

Choreographer

Broadway: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, On the Town (TONY, Drama Desk, OCC noms; Astaire Award); and Gigi. Off-B’way: Sweet Charity (The New Group), Cagney (Drama Desk, OCC, Astaire Noms; Callaway Finalist), Bomb-itty of Errors and Captain Louie. Encores!: The Golden AppleLittle Me, and It’s A Bird…It’s A Plane… It’s Superman!. Carnegie Hall: Candide,  Guys and Dolls and The Sound of Music.  As Dir/Choreo: Smokey Joe’s Café (STAGE 42 NYC) Hazel (Drury Lane), West Side Story (NCT); As Co-Dir/Choreo: Bombshell on Broadway (Minskoff Theater). Television: “Smash” (NBC) (Emmy Award); “So You Think You Can Dance” (FOX); and “Sinatra; A Voice for a Century” (PBS).

Mark Thompson

Set/Costume Design

Mark’s work in the theatre has been recognized with two Critics’ Circle, five Olivier Awards and and five Tony Award nominations and most recently the Olivier for best costume design for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory West End production. Recent international theatre includes Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (London); The Taming of the Shrew (The Public); Mamma Mia! (worldwide); A Raisin in the Sun (NY); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (worldwide); God of Carnage (London/NY); Bombay Dreams (London/NY); Art (worldwide); La Bête (London/NY); One Man, Two Guvnors (London/NY); The Blue Room (London/NY); Arcadia (NT/Lincoln Center). Opera includes The Queen of Spades (The Met), The Mikado (Lyric, Chicago), Montag aus Licht (La Scala, Milan), Hansel and Gretel (Sydney Opera House), Carmen (Opéra Comique Paris) and Macbeth (The Met).

Japhy Weideman

Lighting Design

Broadway: The Visit, The Nance, Of Mice and MenAirline Highway and Dear Evan Hansen were all Tony-nominated for Best Lighting Design. Other Broadway: Lobby Hero, Significant Other, Sylvia, Old Times, The Heidi Chronicles, Macbeth (Drama Desk nom.), Cyrano de Bergerac and The Snow Geese. Off-Broadway: Lincoln Center Theater, Roundabout, The Public Theater, NYTW, Second Stage, Playwrights Horizons, MTC, MCC, and Labyrinth. West End: A Nice Fish(Harold Pinter Theatre), Blackbird (Albery Theatre).

Andrew Keister

Sound Design

Broadway: Godspell, Company, Taller Than a Dwarf. Other notable designs at The Public Theater, Atlantic Theater Company, Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Cincinnati Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse and Trinity Rep. As a partner in SCK Sound Design, his Broadway credits include On Your Feet! and Dr. Zhivago as well as the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and The Rockettes New York Spectacular. Associate Sound Design credits include Catch Me If You Can, Jersey Boys, Hairspray and Mary Poppins.

Doug Besterman

Orchestrations

Three-time Tony Award winner. Broadway: Anastasia, A Bronx Tale, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, It Shoulda Been You, Bullets Over Broadway (Tony nomination), Rocky, On a Clear Day, Sister Act, How To Succeed…(Tony nomination), Elf, Young Frankenstein (Drama Desk nomination), Tarzan, Dracula, Thoroughly Modern Millie (2002 Tony/Drama Desk Awards),The Producers (2001 Tony/Drama Desk Awards), Seussical, Music Man (Drama Desk/Tony nominations), Fosse (1999 Tony), Big (Drama Desk nomination), Damn Yankees (Drama Desk nomination). International: Me and My Girl; Off-Broadway: Carrie, Weird Romance. Regional: The Honeymooners, The Sting. Film: Mary Poppins Returns, Beauty and the Beast, Frozen, Chicago, Mulan.

Basil Twist

Puppet Design

Drama Desk Award for Charlie” Oompa Puppet Design on Broadway; Other Broadway: The Addams Family (Drama Desk), The Pee-Wee Herman Show, Oh Hello !. Original creations include Symphonie Fantastique, Dogugaeshi, La Bella Dormente Nel Bosco, DogugaeshiHansel and GretelBehind The LidArias with a TwistSeafoam Sleepwalk, The Rite of Spring and Sisters Follies. Awards; Obie, US Artists, Drama Desk, Doris Duke Artists Award, New York Innovative Theatre, Henry Hewes, UNIMA, Bessies, Guggenheim, MacArthur Fellow.  He is currently in Rome for a year as a recipient of The Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome.

Campbell Young Associates

Wig, Hair & Makeup Design

Broadway: Hello, Dolly!; Groundhog Day; The Front Page; The Crucible; Misery; Sylvia; A Delicate Balance; The Last Ship; It’s Only a Play; Betrayal; Les Misérables; One Man, Two Guvnors; Spider-Man. West End/Broadway: Les Liaisons Dangereuses, American Psycho, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Matilda, Ghost, Mary Stuart, Billy Elliot, Private Lives. West End: Funny Girl, The Master Builder, The Lorax, Gypsy, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Bodyguard. Film/TV: “The Americans,” “House of Cards,” “Orange Is the New Black.”

           Buist            Bickley

Production Properties Supervisor

Select Broadway: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts 1 and 2, SpongeBob SquarePants, Disney’s Frozen (co-supervisor), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Dear Evan Hansen (and National Tour), It’s Only a Play, Act One, The Nance, Other Desert Cities. Other Credits: Moulin Rouge (Boston), Fun Home (National Tour)

Jeff Sugg

Projection Design

Select theater credits include: Broadway: Sweat, Macbeth (Lincoln Center Theater), Bring It On, 33 Variations, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Off-Broadway: The Layover, Fortress of Solitude, An Octoroon, Tribes, Slug Bearers of Kayrol Island. West End: Tina: The Musical. Regional credits include work at Steppenwolf, The Old Globe, Mark Taper Forum, Oregon Shakespeare and Arena Stage. Music: Anthracite Fields (Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize–winning composition); Prince’s final appearance on “Saturday Night Live.” Awards: Lucille Lortel Award, Obie Award, Bessie Award and two Henry Hewes Design Awards.

Telsey + Company

Casting

Broadway: Network, The Cher Show, The Prom, Torch Song, Pretty Woman, My Fair Lady, Mean Girls, Frozen, Once on This Island, Anastasia, Come From Away, Waitress, Hamilton, Kinky Boots, Wicked. Film: Mary Poppins Returns, The Greatest Showman, Into the Woods, Rachel Getting Married. TV: “Murphy Brown,” “This Is Us,” “House of Cards,” “Divorce,” “One Day at a Time.” www.telseyandco.com

Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures

Producer

Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures develops and produces first-class musicals and stage productions from the company’s expansive catalogue. WBThV was previously represented on the West End and on Broadway by Olivier Award-winning musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, by the Broadway stage adaptation of Stephen King’s Misery, starring Bruce Willis and Laurie Metcalf, and by the Tony Award Best Play winner, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Other Broadway credits include the Tony Award-winning musical The Bridges of Madison County and the holiday hit Elf. The division is developing productions of Beetlejuice (National Theater, Fall 2018/Broadway, Spring 2019), Dave (Arena Stage, Summer 2018), 17 Again (NAMT, Fall 2018), Dog Day Afternoon, and A Star is Born.

Langley Park Productions

Producer

Kevin McCormick currently serves as Executive Vice President Production & Senior Advisor, Warner Bros. Pictures. (He previously served as President of Production, leaving the studio in 2010 and starting his Warner based production company Langley Park Pictures). Kevin is currently overseeing the films “The Goldfinch,” “Motherless Brooklyn,” and “The Mule,” along with Clint Eastwood’s latest theatrical release “15:17 to Paris.” Kevin continues to oversee numerous features in development, while serving as a Producer on Beetlejuice and an advisor to Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures.

Neal Street Productions

Producer

Neal Street produces film, television and theatre.  Formed in 2003 by Sam Mendes, Pippa Harris and Caro Newling, with Nicolas Brown joining as fourth director in the company’s tenth year.  In 2015 Neal Street moved under the umbrella of parent company, All3Media.  Previously Sam Mendes and Caro Newling established and ran the Donmar Warehouse 1992-2002, producing over 70 productions, since then Newling has produced the theatre slate for Neal Street Productions. Recent: The Ferryman by Jez Butterworth, Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre/Gielgud Theatre, The Moderate Soprano by David Hare, This House by James Graham. Previous: The Bridge Project, a three-year transatlantic venture with the Old Vic & Brooklyn Academy of Music presenting five classic plays for worldwide stages across fifteen international cities, directed by Sam Mendes..Premieres: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, by Marc Shaiman, Scott Wittman, David Greig with Warner Brothers Theatre Ventures, Shrek The Musical , by Jeanine Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire with DreamWorks Animation. Also Three Days of RainThe Vertical HourThe House of Special PurposeAll About My MotherThe Hound of the BaskervillesDays of Wine and RosesAnna in the TropicsFuddy MeersWest End/Broadway transfers: South Downs/The Browning VersionEnronHamletMaryStuartRedMerrily We Roll AlongSunday in the ParkThe PainkillerFilm and television: Heidi Thomas’ series Call the Midwife, John Logan’s series Penny DreadfulStuart A Life BackwardsStarter for TenThings We Lost in the FireJarheadRevolutionary RoadAway We GoBloodThe Hollow Crown for BBC2 featuring Richard II (dir. Rupert Goold), Henry IV Part 1 & Part 2 (dir. Richard Eyre), Henry V (dir. Thea Sharrock), Henry VI parts 1 and 2 and Richard III (dir. Dominic Cooke), Britanniawritten by Jez Butterworth, and forthcoming TV series Informer by Rory Haines and Sohrab Noshirvani

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