TERRY BURRELL Broadway roles in 'Three Penny Opera', 'Thoroughly Modern Millie', 'Dreamgirls', 'Into The Woods', 'Swingin' On a Star', 'Honky Tonk Nights' and 'Eubie'. Off Broadway: 'Almost Heaven', 'The World Goes Round', 'Just So' and 'Taking a Chance On Love'. Terry was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award for Best Actress in the Musical 'Queenie Pie'. Regional credits include 'Of Thee I Sing', 'Jar The Floor', 'A Christmas Carol', 'Time and Again', 'Cinderella', 'Up From Paradise', 'Man of LaMancha', 'Thunder Knocking On The Door' and the London production of 'Showboat.'

AISHA DE HAAS Most recently seen in Road Show at the Public Theater. Broadway: Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me; Caroline Or Change; Rent; Bring In Da Noise, Bring In Da Funk. Television includes Law And Order; L&O: SVU; Third Watch; Ed, The Today Show and she can be seen in the movies Across The Universe; Rent; The Secret Lives Of Dentists and Marci X. She has toured the U.S. and Europe in Dreamgirls; Ain't Misbehavin'; Little Shop Of Horrors and as a backing vocalist for Oleta Adams. Other appearances include The York Theater, The Goodman Theater, The Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Orchestra Hall, Town Hall and several performances with the Broadway Inspirational Voices.

ROBERT CUCCIOLI recently performed in "The Seafarer" (George Street Playhouse); roles in the Yeston/Kopit 'Phantom' at the Westchester Broadway Theatre and "Camelot" and 'Man Of La Mancha' at the White Plains Performing Arts Center. Broadway Credits include: 'Jekyll & Hyde' (1997 Tony Award Nomination, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards), Javert in 'Les Miserables' (Broadway Debut). Off-Broadway: 'Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris', 'Temporary Help', 'Enter The Guardsman', 'And The World Goes Round' (1991 Outer Critics Circle Award); 'Gigi', 'The Rothschilds'. Tour: 'Jekyll & Hyde' (Chicago_s Joseph Jefferson Award); 'Camelot' w/ Richard Harris; The Shakespeare Theatre of DC (Lorenzaccio; 2006 Helen Hayes Award Nomination, Hamlet); The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ (Amadeus,Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Antony & Cleopatra, Carnival, Enter The Guardsman); Papermill Playhouse (Guys & Dolls, The Sound of Music, Funny Girl, Oklahoma, Lend Me A Tenor, Jesus Christ Superstar); McCarter Theatre (Fiction, The School For Scandal); The Guthrie (Antony & Cleopatra). Television: Sliders, Baywatch, The Guiding Light. Film: Woody Allen_s Celebrity, and the independent film 'The Stranger'.

CHRISTIANNE TISDALE- Broadway/West End appearances include Belle in 'Beauty and the Beast'; Leonide in 'Triumph of Love'; Molly in 'One Touch of Venus' and Lady Caroline in 'Titanic' (1st nat'l). TV/Film: 30 Rock; Letterman; Law & Order, CI; the short Museum Scandals and the title role in A Tale of Cinderella on PBS and Warner Home Video. She has sung works ranging from Bach to New Age at New York's City Center, Avery Fisher, Weill Recital and Alice Tully Halls, Joe's Pub, The Bottom Line, Camden Yards, the Kennedy Center, the Ekaterina Teather of the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, and the Redoutensaal of the Hofburg Palace in Vienna. She continues to sing with symphony orchestras throughout North America.

ERIC MICHAEL GILLETT made his Broadway debut in the original cast revival of 'Kiss Me, Kate'. He created the role of 'Otis Elwell' in 'Sweet Smell of Success', was a member of the Lincoln Center production of Stephen Sondheim's 'The Frogs'. Off-Broadway credits include 'Dream a Little Dream', 'Time and Again', 'Big City Rhythm', 'The Good Companions' and 'Silent Laughter'. Most recently he was seen in NYC Opera's 'Candide', as well as their production of 'Cinderella'. For 12 years, Eric appeared nationally as the Ringmaster of Ringling Bros.and Barnum & Bailey Circus.

LaTANYA HALL - Tours/special appearances: Diana Ross, Julio Iglesias, Bobby McFerrin, Harry Belafonte, Aretha Franklin, Gloria Gaynor, Jon Secada. TV: 100 Center Street (A&E), Law & Order (NBC), The Sopranos (HBO), Now and Again (CBS), One Life to Live (ABC), The Chris Rock Show (HBO), An Evening with Harry Belafone & Friends (PBS). Film: The Devil and Daniel Webster. Theater: 'A Christmas Carol', 'Stormy Weather', 'Dreamgirls', 'Storyville', 'What the World Needs Now'. LaTanya has appeared at Feinstein's in NYC and her new solo CD has just been released.

NINA HENNESSEY - is happy to be rejoining her esteemed colleagues from "Timeless Divas" in the new show Broadway Live! Broadway: Bye Bye Birdie, Cats, Les Miserables, Dreamgirls, Snoopy, Woman of the Year, Chess AFA Concert, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, AFA Concert. Off-Broadway: Sheba, Dali, Cummings & Goings, Close Enough for Jazz, Odyssey, Sweet Mainstreet , Radio City Music Hall. Regional: Silk Stockings, Lady in the Dark, Cinderella, Fanny, Gift of the Magi, Tintypes, Three Musketeers, Miracles in Glastonbury National Tour: Annie. Television: "Law & Order," "One Life to Live," "Another World," "All My Children," "The Rosie O'Donnell Show," "Late Night with David Letterman," "The Today Show." Recordings: Hair ,Cast Album (2006 Grammy Nomination); Out of Nowhere, The Two Siberians; The Web, Tropical Escape-Craig Peyton; Dancing with the Lion, Andreas Vollenweider; Nina Hennessey Live at the Metropolitan Room.

ROBERT BARTLEY seen on Broadway in 'Miss Saigon'. Other credits include: 'Little Women', 'Cats', 'Hollywood Hits Broadway'. Off Broadway credits include: 'Exactly Like You' (Cy Coleman), 'Summer of 41', 'Clue-The Musical', 'Hunchback' (w/ Tammy Grimes & Marlo Thomas), 'Ionescopade' (w/ Ruby Dee, Barbara Feldon); 'Aladdin' (w/Andre DeShields). Bob has extensive regional theater credits including Art, Brigadoon, Company, Evita, Damn Yankees, 1776, Follies. He is an acclaimed director and songwriter.

RUTH GOTTSCHALL - Broadway with Jackie Mason in 'Laughing Room Only'. Other Broadway credits include: 'The Music Man', 'A Funny Thing...Forum', 'The Goodbye Girl', Liza-'Steppin' Out', 'Cabaret', 'The Desert Song', 'The Best Little Whorehouse...', 'Legs Diamond', 'Prince of Central Park'. Off-Broadway/Regional credits include: First Lady Suite (Drama Desk Nomination), The Phantom, Anything Goes, Comedy of Errors.Film/TV credits: Law and Order:CI, Annie, Beverly Hills 90210, Sondheim at Carnegie Hall, Everyone Says I Love You. Sondheim: A Celebration recording (Carnegie Hall), Cole Porter Birthday Celebration and Christmas in New York.

REBECCA SPENCER made her Broadway debut as an original cast member of 'Jekyll & Hyde' and was cast as Carlotta in the Webber/Prince Germany Company of 'Phantom of the Opera', which she sang in German. She has played principal roles in over 50 opera, regional theatre and Off-Broadway productions, roles from 'Cunegonde' at the Paper Mill Playhouse to Dolly Levi at the Weston Playhouse, and Cincinnati Playhouse and Alley Theatre. She has appeared for five seasons with Encores! and Carnegie Hall's Gershwin Centennial (PBS). She does extensive concert touring worldwide.

JIM WALTON has written with his brother, Bob, since 1991 when they wrote and performed in 'My Brother's Keeper.' Jim and Bob went on to collaborate on a two-actor musical, 'Double Trouble.' They created 'Mid-Life! The Crisis Musical' which starred Beth Leavel, Pam Myers and Michelle Pawk. Jim also appeared with Bob in 'The Ziegfield Follies of 1936' (revival) for Encore Presentations. His Broadway credits as an actor include: 'The Music Man', 'Sweeney Todd', '42nd Street', 'Merrily We Roll Along'. Off-Broadway credits: And The World Goes Round ,Closer Than Ever and Scrambled Feet, Crazy for You, Follies: in Concert, The All Night Strut.

AVERY SOMMERS - Broadway credits: 'Ain't Misbehavin', 'Showboat'; Chicago (1st National Tour), 'Best Little Whorehouse in Texas', National Tour; 'Menopause the Musical' (Power Woman); one woman show 'But Not For Me'.

SUZANNE ISHEE - has appeared on Broadway in 'Phantom of the Opera'. Other Broadway credits: 'La Cage Aux Folles', 'Showboat', 'Mame' and the national tours of 'Jerry's Girls' and 'The Wizard of Oz' (Glinda/Aunt Em), Off-Broadway: Lust and NYCO, The Merry Widow, PBS broadcast. Regional: Kate/Kiss Me Kate, Anna/The King and I, Eleanor/Lion In Winter, Sarah/Guys And Dolls with Joe Namath, Grace/Annie with Harve Presnell, Christina/Phantom, Lady Beaconsfield/ Nellie/ Jekyll & Hyde. Margot/DesertSong,Lily/SecretGarden.

HOLLIE HOWARD - Broadway credits include the role of Penny Pingleton in 'Hairspray', 'Mamma Mia!', 'Annie Get Your Gun.' National and European tours of 'Fame.' Off Broadway credits: 'How To Save the World and Find True Love in 90 Minutes', 'Plane Crazy', and 'Four Seasons' at Lincoln Center. Regionally, Hollie was seen in 'Thoroughly Modern Millie', 'Grease', 'A Chorus Line', 'Seven Brides for Seven Bros., 'West Side Story'. She has appeared on TV in 'One Life To Live', 'Guiding Light', 'A Different World'.

TRISHA RAPIER Broadway: The Boy From Oz (Liza Minnelli u/s and performed). Off-Broadway: 'Sessions', 'Her Song', 'Shout! The Mod Musical,' ' Nerds:// A Musical Software Satire' 'NEWSical', 'Golf: The Musical', 'Pirates of Penzance', 'Forbidden Broadway'. Tours: 'The Who's Tommy', 'Forbidden Hollywood'. Regional: 'Evita', 'Cabaret', 'Miss Saigon', 'Little Shop of Horrors', 'Guys and Dolls', 'Agnes of God'. Opera: 'The Magic Flute', 'The Combat of Tancredi and Clorinda.' Awards: Carol Burnett Award, Spotlight Award of the Los Angeles Music Center. Bachelor of Music degree from the University of California at Los Angeles.

KEVIN REED received his Masters in acting from Columbia University in NYC. He has appeared in concerts on Broadway, Radio City Music Hall and around the country with such greats as Linda Eder and Michael Bolton, and can be heard on the original cast recording of 'Brownstone' with Liz Callaway, Brian d'Arcy James and Rebecca Luker. Kevin continues to be involved with Broadway bound's 'ACE', most recently seen at the Old Globe in San Diego. He appeared off-Broadway in Andrei Serban's 'Richard 3'. Regional credits include Neil Berg's 'Rocky Horror', Pioneer's 'Evita', Kristin Linklater's 'Winter's Tale', 'The Man Who Would Be King' (workshop), and Colonial's 'Damn Yankees.' As a stand-up comic, Kevin has been seen at Caroline's on Broadway with "Saturday Night Live's" Darrell Hammond. His greatest moment: singing the National Anthem for his beloved Mets at Shea Stadium on the second anniversary of post 9/11 baseball in New York.

CINDY MARCHIONDA - Broadway The Wizard of Oz at Madison Square Garden starring Mickey Rooney and Eartha Kitt. Other New York credits include The Apple Tree at City Center Encores! and The West Side Story Suite (Rosalia) with the New York City Ballet at Lincoln Center. On the New York cabaret stage, Cindy just made her 2009 cabaret debut in "Cindy....Live at the Beechman" at the Laurie Beechman Theatre. Off-Broadway credits include Our Sinatra (lead female singer) and Eight is Enough at Joe's Pub @ The Public Theatre. She performed the roles of Leslie Gore and Brenda Lee in Beehive at the Luxor Hotel on the Las Vegas strip. National Tour credits include: A Chorus Line (Morales) and The Wizard of Oz (Dorothy u/s). Regionally, audiences have seen her in Damn Yankees (Gloria Thorpe) at Arena Stage Washington, DC; Nine (Lina Darling) at North Shore Music Theatre; On the Town (Hildy) at The Gateway Playhouse; Man of La Mancha (Fermina) at The Pittsburgh Public Theatre; Grease (Rizzo) at Stages St. Louis; and Kiss of the Spider Woman (Spider Woman) at The Apple Tree Theatre in Chicago.
Cindy received Chicago's prestigious JOSEPH JEFFERSON AWARD as Best Actress in a Musical for her performance of the Spider Woman. She is a proud graduate of the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (CCM).

JAMISON STERN - BROADWAY/NATIONAL TOURS: By Jeeves, Little Shop Of Horrors, Disney's Beauty and the Beast. OFF BROADWAY: Newsical the Musical, An Evening at the Carlyle, Love! Valour! Compassion!, Minnie's Boys, Bush Wars. REGIONAL: Around the World in 80 Days at Triad Stage, Neil Simon's Chapter Two, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Theatre Aspen. It's Only Life: the songs of John Bucchino, directed by Daisy Prince, She Loves Me at Rubicon Theatre. Fully Committed at Alley Theatre and La Mirada. The Compleat Wrks of Wllm Shkspr (abridged) at Cincinnati Playhouse and Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. Black Comedy, The Invention of Love, As Bees in Honey Drown, A Flea in Her Ear, A Comedy of Errors at Alley Theatre. Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at Arvada Center. Ragtime at Pioneer Theatre. Tommy at Houston's TUTS. I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change at Cincinnati Playhouse. Forever Plaid at Actor's Theatre of Louisville. TV/FILM: Law and Order, Day Zero, The Finger Lakes, Joke Bitch, The Entrepreneurs.

BARRY LEVITT - an active and forceful presence within New York's musical community as a pianist, arranger, music director, composer and producer. Former Artistic Director of the 92nd St. Y's 'Lyrics & Lyricists' Series. Broadway: Musical Director and Arranger for Catskills on Broadway & Swinging on a Star; creator/arranger/musical director 'Her Song' (Birdland). Musical Director/Arranger Annual Laurie Strauss Leukemia Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall.

   

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