Chip is best known for playing the lead role of The Baker in the original Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods. He has appeared in all of the “Marvin Trilogy” musicals by William Finn: In Trousers, March of the Falsettos, Falsettoland and Falsettos. He also played Monsieur Thénardier in the Broadway production of Les Misérables. Just prior to his role in the off-Broadway production of Harmony, he was seen as the bombastic Mr. Stopnick in the Roundabout Theatre’s acclaimed production of Caroline, Or Change. Other Broadway credits include It Shoulda Been You, The Big Knife, The Roundabout’s The People in the Picture, The Country Girl directed by Mike Nichols, The Boys from Syracuse, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, All Over Town, directed by Dustin Hoffman, The Suicide with Derek Jacoby and Tommy Tune’s Grand Hotel playing Otto Kringelein, the memorable dancing bookkeeper. His many off-Broadway credits have included The 27th Man, Anonymous, Peter Parnell’s An Imaginary Life, Wendy Wasserstein’s Isn’t It Romantic (Drama Desk Nomination), Michael Weller’s Split and Moonchildren, Lanford Wilson’s Hot L Baltimore (both in NY and LA’s Mark Taper Forum, Alan Ginsburg’s Kaddish, William Finn’s A New Brain (Drama Desk Nomination), and the Delacorte Theatre’s revival of Into the Woods for the Public Theatre. TV audiences have seen him on the final season of “House of Cards”, HBO’s The Night Of and regular roles on “The Caroline Rhea Show”, “Almost Perfect”, “Now and Again”, “Deadline”, “Shell Game”, “Love Sidney” and “Reggie”. His most recent film role was in Simchas and Sorrows, now on the festival circuit. He also appeared in The Siege, Brian De Palma’s Snake Eyes and was even the voice of the infamous Howard the Duck. Zien’s writing credits have included the musical The History of War presented at the New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF), and he appeared and toured in his one-man show Death in Ashtabula. He has performed his solo cabaret and concert act at New York’s 54 Below and his CD, “Seriously Upbeat”, recorded live, is available on the web. He lives in New York with his wife, Susan PIlarre, a former soloist with the NYC Ballet and currently a teacher at the School of American Ballet and they are the proud parents of two wonderful daughters and three grandchildren.
SIERRA BOGGESS returns to Broadway this fall in Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman’s Harmony after originating the role of Mary in the 2022 off-Broadway production.
Previous Broadway credits include the Tony nominated musical School Of Rock, It Shoulda Been You directed by David Hyde Pierce, two separate engagements of the Broadway production of The Phantom of the Opera (the first for the show’s 25th Anniversary and the second opposite Norm Lewis), the revival of Master Class (opposite Tyne Daly) and The Little Mermaid (Drama Desk and Drama League nominations, Broadway.com Audience Choice Award).
London theatre credits include Les Misérables, the 25th-anniversary concerts of The Phantom of the Opera at Royal Albert Hall and Love Never Dies (Olivier Award nomination).
Other New York theater credits include the recent off- Broadway production of The Goodbye Girl, Harmony, Manhattan Concert Productions’ The Secret Garden at Lincoln Center; the one-night-only concert of Guys & Dolls at Carnegie Hall opposite Nathan Lane, Patrick Wilson and Megan Mullally; the final Off-Broadway cast of Love, Loss, and What I Wore; and Music in the Air for City Center’s Encores! series. She also starred as Christine Daae in the Las Vegas production of The Phantom of the Opera. Regionally, she has been seen in The Secret Garden (CTG), A Little Night Music (Barrington Stage Company), Into The Woods (Hollywood Bowl), Ever After (Alliance Theatre), Age of Innocence (world premiere, Hartford Stage and McCarter Theatre), Princesses (world premiere, Goodspeed Opera House and Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre), and the national tour of Les Misérables.
Film and Television credits include Vulture Club with Susan Sarandon and the web series What’s Your Emergency, directed by Michael Urie.
Her recordings include School Of Rock, It Shoulda Been You, the 25th-anniversary concert of The Phantom of the Opera (also on DVD), the symphonic recording of Love Never Dies, The Little Mermaid, and Andrew Lippa’s A Little Princess. Concert appearances include the BBC Proms at Royal Albert Hall, Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series The Lyrics of David Zippel, The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, and Broadway by the Year at Town Hall. Sierra has toured all over the world across Australia, Japan, Paris, and London with her concert show, which has been preserved live and released on CD, Awakening: Live at 54 Below. She recently released an album of duets with Julian Ovenden made during the pandemic entitled Together At A Distance. www.sierraboggess.com
Julie Benko most recently marched her band out on Broadway as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl. For her performance, she was named the 2022 Breakout Star for Theater in the New York Times, honored as one of 40 Under 40 for Crain’s New York Business, hailed by CBS Mornings as “Broadway’s breakout star,” and received the 2023 Theatre World Dorothy Loudon Award for Excellence in the Theatre. Other Broadway and touring credits include Fiddler on the Roof, Les Misérables, and Spring Awakening. Of her numerous off-Broadway and regional appearances, favorites include leading roles Once (Wilde Award, Best Actress in a Musical), The Fantasticks, Our Town, Bar Mitzvah Boy, Rags, The Golem of Havana, and …Spelling Bee at such venues as Barrington Stage, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Weston Playhouse, York Theatre Company, and more.
Also an accomplished cabaret performer and recording artist, Julie has performed her solo shows Standby, Me and Julie Sings Jule (Styne) at such esteemed venues as Birdland, 54 Below, the Venetian Room in San Francisco, and more, in addition to appearing as a guest with symphonies across the country. Her albums Hand in Hand (Club44 Records), an award-winning duo effort with her pianist-composer spouse Jason Yeager, and Introducing Julie Benko are available wherever music is streaming. Look for her new record, Christmas With You, this holiday season!
As a writer, Julie has been recognized as a semifinalist by the National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center for her play The District. She received numerous accolades at film festivals worldwide for her short film, “The Newlywed’s Guide to Physical Intimacy,” which she also directed. She holds both a BFA in Drama and an MFA in Acting from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Visit her website, www.JulieBenko.com, or follow her on TikTok/Instagram @Jujujuliebee to discover more.
Sean played Bobby in Harmony: A New Musical Off-Broadway and will be making his Broadway debut in the same role. Select credits include: A Bronx Tale: The Musical (First National Tour), The Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Arena Tour), How To Succeed… (The Kennedy Center), Young Frankenstein (The MUNY), Crazy For You (Signature Theatre), Fully Committed, Clue (Arrow Rock), The Little Mermaid (Syracuse Stage), Oklahoma, Spamalot (North Shore), Hairspray, The Producers (Walnut Street), Deathtrap (The Fulton) and more. He has been seen on television in “Succession” (HBO), “Z” (Amazon), “Boardwalk Empire” (HBO), and “Red Oaks” (Amazon).
Young RabbiRead Bio
Danny played Young Rabbi in Harmony off-Broadway and makes his Broadway debut in this role. Select theater credits include: Aunt Caroline in Renascence (Transport Group), Sondheim On Sondheim (Kansas City Lyric Opera), Wringer (City Center), Mark Cohen in RENT (20th Anniversary Tour), Fiddler On The Roof (Barrington Stage Company), Our Town (Theatre Aspen), and various developmental workshops and labs at The Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, NAMT, Westport Country Playhouse and York Theatre. TV/Film: Recur on Season 11 of American Horror Story (FX), Tripped Up (Universal Pictures, Decal), estimated release winter 2023. @DannyKornfeld
Zal couldn’t be more honored to bring Harmony to Broadway, after originating the role of Harry in the Off-Broadway production. Zal made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning musical The Band’s Visit and performed across the country as Motel on the National Tour of Fiddler on the Roof, opposite Harvey Fierstein. Additional Off-Broadway credits include Einstein’s Dreams (59E59), Goldstein (Actors Temple), NYTW. Regionally, he has performed at the Denver Center, Paper Mill Playhouse, Stages St. Louis, and Ogunquit Playhouse among many others. TV credits include “Law & Order” (NBC). @TheZalOwen
Eric originated the role of Erich in the Off-Broadway production of Harmony at the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and will make his Broadway debut performing the same role. Off-Broadway: Harmony: A New Musical (National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene), Love Actually, The Unauthorized Musical Parody (Jerry Orbach Theater), Young Pilgrims (RAVE Theater Festival), The Voice of Broadway (NY Theater Festival Winterfest). National Tour: Motown the Musical. Training: Northwestern University, B.S. in Theatre & Mathematics. @ericfromminnesota
After playing the role off-broadway in Harmony: A New Musical, Blake will be making his Broadway debut in the role of Chopin. A graduate of University of Michigan’s Musical Theatre program, Blake is building a career in theatre, film, voice over, and music. He has been seen on television in “Blue Bloods” (Paramount +) and voiced characters in the animated series “Helluva Boss” (Youtube).
Josephine BakerRead Bio
ALLISON SEMMES (Josephine Baker). Chicago Native. Multi-genre songstress. UIUC-B.M. NYU-M.M. Broadway: Motown: The Musical (Diana Ross), The Book of Mormon (Nabalungi US/Swing). Nat’l Tour: Disney’s The Lion King (Sarabi, Nala US), Motown (Diana Ross). Favorite Regional Theatre: Little Shop of Horrors (Chiffon, Kennedy Center), A Wonderful World (Lil Hardin, Miami New Drama), Shout Sister Shout (Marie Knight, Seattle Rep). Developments: Disney’s AIDA. Favorite Concerts: Kurt Elling’s The Big Blind (Jazz at the Lincoln Center) & Songs in the Key of Life (Stevie Wonder, Toronto). Allison also recorded on Stevie Wonder’s newest album: Can’t Put it In the Hands of Fate. Grateful to my family, friends & Dave. “…Understanding breeds love and brotherhood” -Josephine Baker. www.allisonsemmes.com IG: @ladysemmes
Standartenfϋhrer, u/s BobbyRead Bio
ANDREW O’SHANICK (Standartenfϋhrer, u/s Bobby) (he/him) is beyond lucky to be making his Broadway Debut with his Harmony Family! Theater: Cape Playhouse, ASF, Flat Rock, Huntington. TV/Film: Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, Pitch Perfect, “L&O: Organized Crime, “FBI,” “The Blacklist,” “The Office.” For Ted, Pop and all the loved ones who are with us in spirit. Love to the village that got me here.
Ensemble, u/s Erich, u/s Lesh, u/s StandartenfϋhrerRead Bio
ZAK EDWARDS (Ensemble, u/s Erich, u/s Lesh, u/s Standartenfϋhrer). Broadway debut! Off-Broadway: Harmony, Yank! the Musical. First national tours: An American in Paris (Adam u/s), Young Frankenstein. Other favorites: Candide (NYCOpera, Hal Prince dir.); No, No, Nanette (Encores); and countless regional. Unending thanks to Warren, Bruce and Barry, Jamibeth, John, everyone else at Harmony, The Mine, OUMT, his wildly supportive family, and his opposite of heartbreak, Will.
Swing, Assistant Dance Captain, u/s Lesh, u/s Bobby, u/s HarryRead Bio
DAN HOY (Swing, Assistant Dance Captain, u/s Lesh, u/s Bobby, u/s Harry). Broadway Debut! Tour: Cats (Munkustrap; 1st National, Revival). Off-Broadway: Between the Lines (u/s Oliver, Frump, Martin). Select Regional: Great Comet (Anatole), Carousel (Billy), Rock of Ages (Drew). Next to Normal (Gabe), Pippin (Pippin), The Last Five Years (Jamie), The Seagull (Trigorin), The Glass Menagerie (Jim). BWMT ‘18. Much love and gratitude to Jules, the Hoy family, and UIA Talent. www.danhoy.org | IG: @dan_jhoy
Ensemble, u/s ChopinRead Bio
BRUCE LANDRY (Ensemble, u/s Chopin). Broadway: Les Misérables and Anastasia the Musical (u/s Dmitry). National tour: Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (u/s Prince Topher). Other select credits include Cabaret (Cliff), An American in Paris (Henri), La Cage aux Folles (Jean-Michel), The Light and the Piazza (Fabrizio), and Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Prince Eric). Thanks to Mom and Dad for their endless love and support, Jason, Ron, Nicolosi & Co., and the entire team at Harmony. Ithaca College Alumnus. @thebrucelandry
Ensemble, u/s Josephine BakerRead Bio
RHONNIROSE MANTILLA (Ensemble, u/s Josephine Baker). Broadway debut! Regional: The Notebook (Chicago Shakespeare); Catch Me If You Can, Grease (New London Barn Playhouse); The Wiz, A Chorus Line, Jesus Christ Superstar, Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story (The Muny). Education: BM in Music Theatre, Baldwin Wallace University. RhonniRose would like to thank her team at A3 Artists Agency and her family for their endless love and support.
Daniel Z. Miller
Ensemble, u/s Erich, u/s Chopin, u/s StandartenfϋhrerRead Bio
DANIEL Z. MILLER (Ensemble, u/s Erich, u/s Chopin, u/s Standartenfϋhrer ) is beyond excited to be making his Broadway debut in Harmony! Most recently, he was seen performing in H.M.S. Pinafore with the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players. Other credits include Anastasia (First National Tour), West Side Story (A.D. Players), and Grinchmas (Universal Orlando Resort). BFA in Musical Theatre from TXST. Soli Deo Gloria.
Benjamin H. Moore
BENJAMIN H. MOORE (Ensemble). Broadway debut! Tours: Les Misérables, Rent. Off-Broadway: Harmony. Favorite regional: Maybe Happy Ending, Sister Act, Into the Woods, Once on This Island, Black Nativity, The First Noel. Love to my family and friends for their unending support! Thanks to Clear Talent Group, casting, and creatives. This one’s for you, daddy. All glory to God! Phil. 1:6. @mooreofthemusic
Swing, Fight Captain, u/s Young RabbiRead Bio
MATTHEW MUCHA (Swing, Fight Captain, u/s Young Rabbi) is thrilled to be making his Broadway debut in Harmony after being part of the original Off-Broadway company. Select credits include: Bandstand (First National Tour), Million Dollar Quartet Christmas (First National Tour), Memphis (CFRT), The Sound of Music (Alabama Shakespeare). Endless love to Jaime, his family and ATB Talent. For Rosalie, who’s kvelling in the front row. @matthewmucha.
Ensemble, u/s Young Rabbi, u/s HarryRead Bio
CONSTANTINE PAPPAS (Ensemble, u/s Young Rabbi, u/s Harry). National Tour: The Phantom of the Opera. Off-Broadway: Penelope (York Theatre). Regional: Kismet (dir. Lonny Price, Granada Theatre), The Secret Garden (ACT of Connecticut), A Christmas Carol (DCPA, WPPAC), First Date (Seven Angels), Into the Woods (GVT), Les Misérables (Fox Theatre). Opera: Il barbiere di Siviglia (Figaro), La boheme (Marcello), The Secret of Luca (Luca). Spokesman for EDGE Sound Research. www.constandpappas.com
Ensemble, u/s MaryRead Bio
KAYLEEN SEIDL (Ensemble, u/s Mary). Off-Broadway: Harmony, Yiddish Fiddler on the Roof. Tour: Guys and Dolls (Sarah Brown). Select Regional: Sound of Music (Maria), Escape to Margaritaville (Rachel), Phantom (Christine), Into the Woods (Baker’s Wife), TOMMY (Mrs. Walker). St. Olaf College: BM Vocal Performance, BA Spanish. Offstage: rock-climbing, cycling, and teaching VocalMotion – the integration of vocal and dance techniques. Thank you CLA. All my love, Brett. Proverbs 3:5-6. www.KayleenSeidl.com @kayleenseidl www.VocalMotion.co @vocalmotion.co
Swing, u/s Josephine Baker, u/s RuthRead Bio
KYLA STONE (Swing, u/s Josephine Baker, u/s Ruth) is thrilled to be making her B’way debut! She notably starred and made history as the first Black Anya in the national tour of Anastasia. Other: Legally Blonde (The Muny), Into the Woods (PCLO), The Secret Garden (Ahmanson Theatre), Sweeney Todd (Hangar Theatre), The Music Man in Concert (Gainsville Orchestra). Much love to her mom, Conner, and the Harmony team. Eternal Fanilow @kylastone
Ensemble, u/s Ruth, u/s MaryRead Bio
BRONWYN TARBOTON (Ensemble, u/s Ruth, u/s Mary). Broadway: Disney’s Frozen. Off-Broadway: Rock & Roll Man and Smokey Joe’s Cafe. National Tour: Disney’s Frozen and A Chorus Line (Maggie). Bunch of regional theater including Paper Mill Playhouse and the MUNY. BFA in Music-Dance-Theatre from BYU. Bronwyn is also an accomplished pianist and works often as an accompanist. Sharing this dream-come-true with Bubba, David, Paisley and her new husband Brian. Insta: @bronwyn_tarboton and @nyctrashtotreasures
Ensemble, Dance CaptainRead Bio
KATE WESLER (Ensemble, Dance Captain). Broadway debut! National Tour: Chicago (Roxie), Pippin (Fastrada). Off-Broadway: Harmony. Select Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, Westchester Broadway Theatre, MT Wichita, Maltz Jupiter Theatre. TV: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” CCM grad. Thank you to Warren, Bruce, Barry, Jamibeth, Sara, John, Ken, and the entire Harmony team…I’m forever grateful and honored to be sharing this story. Love to my family. katewesler.com IG: @kate.wesler
Ensemble, u/s RabbiRead Bio
STUART ZAGNIT (Ensemble, u/s Rabbi). Broadway: CAROLINE, OR CHANGE, NEWSIES, SEUSSICAL, THE WILD PARTY, THE PEOPLE IN THE PICTURE, HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS. Off Broadway: the original LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS & the current hit revival, LUCKY STIFF, ALL IN THE TIMING, KUNI-LEML, THE GRAND TOUR & SIGNS OF LIFE. National tours/ regional: WICKED (The Wizard,) HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS, CRAZY FOR YOU, INTO THE WOODS, APPLAUSE, FIDDLER (Tevye), THE PRODUCERS (Max). Television: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” five “Law & Orders,” “The Blacklist,” “The Good Wife,” “Instinct,” “Elementary,” “Blue Bloods,” “30 Rock.” Pokémon fans know Stuart as the original voice of Professor Oak! He lives in Brooklyn, NY with author/educator/composer wife Carolyn Sloan & musician/composer son Sam.
Ensemble, u/s RabbiRead Bio
LEE ZARRETT (Ensemble, u/s Rabbi). Broadway: My Fair Lady, On Your Feet! , Hair, …Spelling Bee, Jane Eyre. Off-Broadway: Encores!, New Victory, Vineyard. National Tour: Peter and the Starcatcher, Les Miserables. Regional: MUNY, Pittsburgh CLO, La Jolla. TV: “The Blacklist,” High Fidelity,” “Gotham,” “Louie,” “Boardwalk Empire.”
Composer & ArrangerRead Bio
Barry Manilow is a songwriter. Known throughout the world, his work has garnered Grammy, Emmy, Tony, Clio, AMA, Songwriters Hall Of Fame and Academy Award recognition. He is most proud, however, of his collaboration with Harmony. A story from years ago that needs to be told today. Mr. Manilow considers Harmony to be the most rewarding creative experience of his career.
Book & LyricsRead Bio
Bruce Sussman is the recipient of the 2022 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Book of a Musical for Harmony. He is the co-author of well over 200 published and recorded songs written for dozens of artists, films, television programs and stage musicals. The majority of these projects were written with his collaborator of 50 years, Barry Manilow. For the stage, he co-authored with Jack Feldman the scores for Ted Tally’s Coming Attractions (Outer Critics Circle Award) and Wendy Wasserstein’s first musical, MIAMI, both produced Off-Broadway by Andre Bishop at Playwrights Horizons in New York. With Mr. Manilow and Mr. Feldman he co-authored the score and book for Copacabana – The Musical, (Olivier Award nominee) which ran for two years on London’s West End, toured the U.K. and then the U.S., and has since been performed all over the world. His songs have been featured in numerous stage revues including The Madwoman of Central Park West, Tuxedos for Hire, and the long-running Off-Broadway and London productions of Whoop-Dee-Doo! (Drama Desk Award, Obie Award.) For television, he is the author of scripts and scores for several Emmy Award-winning children’s series, including “The Unicorn Tales,” “Hip Patches,” “Cranberry Christmas” and “Nick and Noel.” He is particularly proud to have written a song for the televised bicentennial celebration of the United States Constitution. The song, “Let Freedom Ring,” was later performed at the televised Inaugural Gala for President Clinton. With Mr. Manilow, he wrote the song scores for the animated feature films, The Pebble and the Penguin, Thumbelina and Disney’s Oliver and Co. His songs have been featured in over two dozen feature films and have been recorded by an array of pop, jazz, country and international artists, earning Grammy Awards and multiple Gold and Platinum records from around the world.
Director & ChoreographerRead Bio
Warren Carlyle is a Tony Award winning Director/ Choreographer and Emmy Award nominee. As the director and choreographer of Harmony off Broadway in 2022, Carlyle received multiple nominations for his work on the show including Outstanding Direction of a musical and outstanding choreography. On Broadway, Carlyle Directed and Choreographed the Tony nominated Best Musical After Midnight, Chaplin, Hugh Jackman: Back On Broadway, the Tony nominated revival of Finian’s Rainbow and A Tale of Two Cities. Warren also choreographed the Broadway productions of The Music Man starring Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster ( Tony Award nomination ) Kiss Me Kate (Tony Award nomination), Hello, Dolly! (Starring Bette Midler), She Loves Me, On The 20th Century, The Mystery Of Edwin Drood, A Christmas Story and Stephen Sondheim’s Follies. He directed and choreographed the sold-out Hugh Jackman World Tour, The Man. The Music. The Show; the 2015 New York Spring Spectacular starring the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall. In 2018 Warren premiered a new ballet for New York City Ballet called Something To Dance About. Other selected New York credits include: City Center Encores!: Me & My Girl; On Your Toes, and Cotton Club Parade (Jazz at Lincoln Center and City Center), Girl Crazy, On The Town, Finian’s Rainbow, Juno and Stairway To Paradise. Choreographed Carousel for the New York Philharmonic / Live at Lincoln Center (2013 Emmy nomination). He is represented on film and television by his staging of The 68th & 69th Annual Tony Awards Broadcast; Six seasons of “So You Think You Can Dance”; “Deception” starring Hugh Jackman; She Loves Me (Broadway HD / PBS). “Hope and Faith” (ABC); “An Evening At The Boston Pops,” “Rogers & Hammerstein” and “Rogers & Hart” (PBS); Elton John’s music video Made In England, Live at Lincoln Center and the upcoming PBS special of Great Performances.
Set DesignRead Bio
BEOWULF BORITT (Set Design). 30 Broadway designs include the Tony Award winning sets for New York, New York and Act One, the Tony-nominated sets for The Scottsboro Boys, Therese Raquin, POTUS, and Flying Over Sunset, and Chaplin, The Piano Lesson, Ohio State Murders, The New One, Come from Away, Freestyle Love Supreme, Be More Chill. 100 Off- Broadway shows. His book about Broadway set design, Transforming Space Over Time, is available wherever books are sold.
Linda Cho + Ricky Lurie
Costume DesignRead Bio
LINDA CHO (Co-Costume Design). Broadway: Doubt; Summer 1976; POTUS; Take Me Out; Grand Horizons; The Great Society; Lifespan of a Fact; Anastasia (Tony Nom) A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder (Tony Award); The Velocity of Autumn. Off Broadway; Half God of Rainfall (New York Theater Workshop) Regional; Babbitt (La Jolla Playhouse), Pianist (George Street Playhouse). Opera: Samson et Dalila (Met Opera), Turandot (Washington National Opera) Other: TDF’s Irene Sharaff Young Master Award, Ruth Morley Design Award. Advisory Committee American Theater Wing. MFA, Yale School of Drama.
RICKY LURIE (Co-Costume Design). Broadway Credits: Associate Designer: Anastasia, Is This a Room, Dana H., Ain’t No Mo, A Doll’s House. Regional theaters and Dance companies including: American Dance Machine 21, City Center Encores!, Papermill, George Street Playhouse, The Old Globe, Courtland Rep, Geva Theater, The Hartford Stage Company, The Court, The Alliance, Kansas City Ballet, Colorado Ballet, Charlotte Ballet, American Ballet Theatre. www.RickyLurieDesigns.com
Jules Fisher + Peggy Eisenhauer
Lighting DesignRead Bio
JULES FISHER AND PEGGY EISENHAUER (Lighting Design) design fluidly between Broadway, Hollywood, Las Vegas, and the music industry. They are thrilled to be reunited with Warren Carlyle on Harmony. Broadway designs include Jelly’s Last Jam, Angels in America, Ragtime, Bring in ‘da Noise Bring in ‘da Funk, Lucky Guy, Side Show, and Elaine Stritch: At Liberty. Music industry lighting design highlights include Whitney Houston, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Neil Young, and Parliament Funkadelics. Film lighting design highlights include Chicago, The Producers, Dreamgirls, School of Rock, Burlesque and Beauty and the Beast. Their studio, Third Eye, conceives and designs lighting for all forms of entertainment.
Dan Moses Schreier
Batwin + Robin Productions
Media DesignRead Bio
BATWIN + ROBIN PRODUCTIONS, INC. (Media Design) Broadway: Lucky Guy; The Normal Heart (Henry Hewes Design Award); Golda’sBalcony; Bells Are Ringing; The Rocky Horror Show; The Best Man; Parade; Minnellion Minnelli; How to Succeed in Business; Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk;Twilight: Los Angeles 1992(Drama Desk nom.); The Who’s Tommy. Off-Broadway: Sinatra!; Radio City Christmas Spectacular and New York Spring Spectacular; The Seven; Radiant Baby (Drama Desk nom.); Harlem Song; Slanguages; House Arrest;Mother Courage. Their multimedia design work has been featured in numerous museums and cultural institutions including The First Americans Museum, The 9/11 Memorial & Museum, The Center for Civil and Human Rights, The American Museum of Natural History, The Museum of Jewish Heritage, and the upcoming Obama Presidential Center Museum. @batwinandrobin
Hair and Wig DesignRead Bio
TOM WATSON (Hair and Wig Design). Originally from N. Ireland headed the wig/makeup department at the Metropolitan Opera for 17 years. He has designed more than 100 Broadway productions. Wicked, Rock of Ages, The King & I, Fiddler on the Roof, Oslo, Falsettos, The Little Foxes, Junk, My Fair Lady, King Kong, All My Sons, Great Society and Plaza Suite, Parade.
Music Director, Co-Vocal ArrangerRead Bio
JOHN O’NEILL (Music Director, Co-Vocal Arranger) is a music director, composer, dance arranger, pianist, and conductor. His Broadway/NY credits include Harmony (National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene), The Music Man, Cabaret, A Chorus Line, Radio City Spring Spectacular, Jacques Brel…, Jesus Christ Superstar, Annie, Curtains, The Boy from Oz. Regional credits include Ahmanson Theater (Harmony), Alliance Theater (Harmony), Paper Mill Playhouse (Children of Eden original cast recording), Two River Theater (The Ballad of Little Jo original cast recording), Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkshire Theatre Festival, North Carolina Theater for the Arts. Tours (Music Director): West Side Story (first national), A Chorus Line (first national), Cabaret (Japan). Dance Arranger: PBS Great Performances 50 Years of Broadway, The Pirates Of Penzance (Roundabout Theatre), Hugh Jackman World Tour. John served as a faculty vocal coach at Juilliard Drama Division, Rutgers University, and CAP 21.
Jamibeth Margolis, CSA
Casting DirectorRead Bio
JAMIBETH MARGOLIS, CSA (Casting Director) is honored to be casting Harmony on Broadway after serving as casting director for the show Off-Broadway. Previous casting credits include the Broadway and National Touring Companies of such hits as Les Misérables, The Phantom of The Opera, Miss Saigon, Cats, and Jane Eyre as well as over a dozen other shows on Broadway. Currently, Jamibeth also serves as the casting director for the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, Plaza Theatricals, and many others. Her casting office is dedicated to the development of new plays and musicals. Jamibeth won an Artios Award for her casting of the Off-Broadway production of Fiddler on The Roof in Yiddish (directed by Joel Grey). Many thanks to this incredible creative team for this opportunity. Member: Casting Society of America. www.jamibetharts.com
Associate Director/ChoreographerRead Bio
SARA EDWARDS (Associate Director, Associate Choreographer). Broadway Associate: The Music Man; Hello, Dolly!; Follies; After Midnight (Best Choreo Tony). Dir/Choreo work: Anything Goes; Tick, Tick… Boom!; Grease; White Christmas; Jersey Boys (upcoming). Other associate work: The Sting (Papermill Playhouse); The Rockettes New York Spring Spectacular; NYC Ballet Jerome Robbins Celebration; Cagney (Westside Theater), Sinatra: A Voice for the Century (Lincoln Center), Hugh Jackman’s 2019 World Tour.
Music CoordinatorRead Bio
MICHAEL AARONS (Music Coordinator). Broadway: How to Dance in Ohio, & Juliet, Moulin Rouge!, Hamilton, Aladdin. Upcoming Broadway: Boop! The Wiz, The Devil Wears Prada. Off Broadway: I Can Get It for You Wholesale, Little Shop Of Horrors. Current tours: Hamilton, Aladdin, Frozen, Company, Mamma Mia!, Moulin Rouge!, Jagged Little Pill. TV/Films: “Up Here,” “South Park,” Annie Live!, Hamilton, Incredibles 2, JCS Live in Concert. Aarons founded M² Music with Michael Keller. www.m2music.nyc
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Production Stage ManagerRead Bio
SCOTT TAYLOR ROLLISON (Production Stage Manager). Broadway: Hangmen, Tootsie, Falsettos, She Loves Me, On the Twentieth Century, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Addams Family, Curtains, Jersey Boys, Little Women, The Frogs, Into the Woods, Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Waiting in the Wings, Rent, The Sound of Music. Off-Broadway: Trip of Love, Sex with Strangers, Little Miss Sunshine, The Toxic Avenger. Education: Beverley Randolph, Juilliard, Millikin University.
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