- Book by Arthur Laurents
- Music by Jule Styne
- Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
- Suggested by memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee
- Original production by David Merrick & Leland Hayward
- Entire production originally directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins
- Directed by Joe Calarco
- Music Director Jon Kalbfleisch
- Choreographer Karma Camp
- Scenic Design Jim Kronzer
- Costume Design Frank Labovitz
- Lighting Design Chris Lee
- Sound Design Lane Elms
- Production Stage Manager Kerry Epstein
Now extended to January 26.
Extension week January 21 – 26 is now on sale.
- On sale: August 3
- Pride: January 3
- Student Night: January 17
- Discussion: January 7 & 15
The Great American Musical
Here she is, World. Here’s Rose! Sherri L. Edelen (The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Company, Hairspray) stars as the iconic Momma Rose in the award-winning backstage musical favorite.
Set during the 1920s fading vaudeville circuit, Gypsy portrays the rise of famed burlesque performer Gypsy Rose Lee. Momma Rose, the archetypal stage mother, steamrolls everyone in her way to propel her daughters into child stars. When the younger, more talented, daughter defects, Rose sinks all her hopes (and claws) into the elder. Bold, brassy, yet remarkably charming, Momma Rose puts today’s Dance Moms to shame.
With a book by Arthur Laurents, music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Signature’s “signature,” Stephen Sondheim, Gypsy features the beloved songs “Everything’s Coming Up Roses,” “Together (Wherever We Go),” “Small World,” “Some People,” “Let Me Entertain You” and “Rose’s Turn.”
“Everything about Gypsy is right…one of the best musicals.”
— The New York Times
The performance will last approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes and will have one 15 minute intermission.
Important Patron Note: There is a 2-3 minute use of strobe lights in the middle of the first act.
Gypsy is best suited for ages 12 and up; no one younger than 6 years old will be admitted into the Theatre.
Dine for Signature at The Curious Grape!
Looking for dinner before the show? Signature recommends Shirlington’s award-winning wine bar and restaurant The Curious Grape.
Simply mention at the time of your reservation that you’ll be dining for Signature, and The Curious Grape will donate 15% of the total bill (minus tax and tip) to the theatre.
This special “dining for donations” program runs through the final performance of Gypsy on January 26 and applies to dinner on Sunday through Thursday (Friday and Saturday dinner are excluded), lunch on Saturday, and brunch on Sunday.
Located right around the corner at 2900 S Quincy Street, The Curious Grape is an upscale, wine-focused restaurant featuring modern American cuisine, with a wine list voted one of the 100 best in the country by Open Table diners. To learn more visit www.curiousgrape.com, or call 703-671-8700 for reservations.
The Critics are Raving about Gypsy!
Happy holidays from Mazzepa, Tessie Tura and Electra!
Ellen Roberts (Baby Louise) DC AREA: Kennedy Center: Joffrey Ballet The Nutcracker (Punch Doll); Warner Theatre: Septime Webre’s Washington Ballet The Nutcracker (Baby Mouse); Little Theatre of Alexandria: Oliver; Mount Vernon Children’s Community Theatre: Oklahoma!, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Disney’s My Son Pinocchio, Peter Pan; Aldersgate Church Community Theatre: Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr.; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. EDUCATION: American Ballet Theatre Young Dancer Program, Just Dance, Washington Ballet, Little Theatre of Alexandria.
Erin Cearlock (Baby June) NATIONAL TOUR: The 25th Anniversary Tour of Les Misérables (Young Cosette). REGIONAL: Applause Theater: Into the Woods (Little Red); The Sound of Music (Gretl); The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Lucy); Theater Under the Stars (Houston, TX): White Christmas (Susan Waverly). EDUCATION: Erin is currently a Fifth Grader at St. Stephens St. Agnes School in Alexandria, Virginia.
Sherri L. Edelen (Momma Rose) SIGNATURE: Xanadu, Hairspray, Side by Side by Sondheim, Walter Cronkite is Dead, Sweeney Todd, Les Misérables (Helen Hayes Award), Urinetown, Elegies (Helen Hayes nomination), Side Show (Helen Hayes Award). DC AREA: Kennedy Center/Sondheim Celebration: Sunday in the Park with George, Merrily We Roll Along; Shakespeare Theatre: Design for Living; Olney Theatre Center: She Loves Me (Helen Hayes nomination); Folger Theatre: Romeo and Juliet; Round House Theatre: The World Goes ‘Round, The Diary of Anne Frank; Arena Stage: Cabaret (Helen Hayes nomination), My Fair Lady. REGIONAL: NY Fringe Festival: Citizen Ruth; Arden Theatre: Our Town; Caroline, or Change (Barrymore nomination); Philadelphia Theatre Co.: The Light in the Piazza (Barrymore Award), Elegies (Barrymore nomination); Stages St. Louis: The Music Man, Annie Get Your Gun.
Mitchell Hébert (Herbie) SIGNATURE: Art. DC AREA (ACTING): Ford’s Theatre: The Laramie Project; Woolly Mammoth Theatre: The Gigli Concert, Patience, Kvetch, The Clean House, Clybourne Park (Helen Hayes nomination); Theatre J: After the Fall (Helen Hayes Award); Shakespeare Theatre: Don Carlos; Round House Theatre: Charming Billy, Around the World in 80 Days, Crime & Punishment, Treasure Island, The Diary of Anne Frank, The Drawer Boy (Helen Hayes nomination), Criminal Genius, Escape from Happiness; Everyman Theatre: Uncle Vanya (Greater Baltimore Theatre Award/Outstanding Actor). DC AREA (DIRECTING): Round House Theatre: Glengarry Glen Ross; Forum Theatre: The Illusion; Olney Theatre Center: Rabbit Hole. FILM: Killing Kennedy, The Hunley, Playing Through. TV: Homicide, NBC; Nathan the Wise, PBS. TEACHING: Faculty, of University of Maryland’s School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies.
Maria Rizzo (Louise) SIGNATURE: Spin, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Xanadu. DC AREA: Olney Theatre Center: You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, Grease!; Keegan Theatre: The Sunshine Boys, Cabaret, Spring Awakening; Toby's Dinner Theatre: Nunsense, Cinderella, Cats, Hairspray. REGIONAL: UDPA Center: Thoroughly Modern Millie, Ragtime, Disney's Beauty & the Beast. UNIVERSITY: Nine, Urinetown, Godspell, The Dorothy Fields Review at The Kennedy Center. EDUCATION: The Catholic University of America, BM, Musical Theatre, 2012. UPCOMING: Shelley Parker in Bat Boy at 1st Stage.
Nicole Mangi (Dainty June) BROADWAY: Gypsy (w/ Patti LuPone, directed by Arthur Laurents). NEW YORK: City Center Encores: Gypsy; APAC: The Human Comedy; Primary Stages: Ping Pong Diplomat (reading). REGIONAL: Goodspeed Musicals: Meet John Doe; North Shore Music Theatre: Fame; Westchester Broadway Theatre: The Full Monty; Walnut Street Theatre: Beauty and the Beast; Repertory Theatre of St. Louis: Bicycle Girl (workshop); Gateway Playhouse: 42nd Street, Cats, On the Town; Geva Theatre: Meet Me Incognito; Hope Summer Rep: Two Gentleman of Verona. TV: Law and Order: SVU. CONCERT: Transcendence Theatre Company: Broadway Under the Stars. RECORDING: Gypsy Cast Recording (Grammy Award). EDUCATION: BFA Webster Conservatory.
Vincent Kempski (Tulsa) SIGNATURE: Miss Saigon, Spin, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Crossing in concert. DC AREA: Olney Theatre Center: Grease, Joseph...Dreamcoat; Keegan Theatre: Spring Awakening (Helen Hayes nomination); Kennedy Center: Latino Inaugural 2013, The Greenwood Tree (reading); Washington Savoyards: The Pirates of Penzance. COLLEGE: CUA: Cabaret, Assassins. EDUCATION: BM, Catholic University. UPCOMING: Ford's Theatre: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Chip).
Steven Cupo (Ensemble) SIGNATURE: Kiss of the Spider Woman, Into the Woods, My Fair Lady, Urinetown, Pacific Overtures, Follies, Forum, Grand Hotel, Cabaret (Helen Hayes Award). OFF BROADWAY: Rabboni. REGIONAL: Kennedy Center: Sweeney Todd (w/ Brian Stokes Mitchell and Christine Baranski); Arena Stage: Damn Yankees, Señor Discretion Himself (world premiere); Ford’s Theatre: The Magnificent Yankee (w/ James Whitmore); Source Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest, The Harvey Milk Show (Helen Hayes nomination); Actors’ Theatre of Washington: My Night with Reg; American Century Theatre: Dear World; Everyman Theatre (Baltimore): Uncle Vanya, Taking Sides, Light Up the Sky. TOURS: The Fantasticks, Hair, Pippin, Godspell. FILM: Five Lines, Eat Me.
Dan Manning (Ensemble) SIGNATURE: The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, 110 in the Shade, Allegro. BROADWAY: Ragtime. OFF-BROADWAY: Lamb’s Theatre: Smoke on the Mountain; St. Peters Citicorp: The Majestic Kid. DC AREA: Kennedy Center: Ragtime; The Golden Age; Ford’s Theatre: Big River, 1776; Studio Theatre: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead; Round House Theatre: Camille, Murder, Mystery, and a Marriage; Maryland Stage: A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Rep Stage: Lie of the Mind, A Shayna Maidel. REGIONAL: CENTERSTAGE : The Murder of Isaac; Court Theatre (Los Angeles): Ray-Bud (Dramalogue award), Dearly Departed; National Symphony Orchestra: Narrator, Le Histoire du Soldat. FILM: Gods and Generals, State of Play, Renaissance Man, Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Marie. TV: Veep, House of Cards, The Wire, West Wing, X-Files.
Donna Migliaccio (Mazzepa) SIGNATURE: Assassins (Sara Jane Moore), Sweeney Todd (Mrs. Lovett), Pacific Overtures (the Reciter), Urinetown (Pennywise), A Little Night Music (Charlotte). BROADWAY: Emma Goldman, Ragtime (2009 revival). NATIONAL TOUR: Guys & Dolls (General Cartwright, 50th Anniversary production). DC AREA: Kennedy Center: Sunday in the Park with George (Nurse/Missus); Ford’s Theatre: Liberty Smith (Betsy Ross); Arena Stage: The Music Man (Mrs. Paroo); Olney Theatre: Cinderella (Stepmother); MetroStage: The Musical of Musicals (Abby). REGIONAL: Totem Pole Playhouse: Ruthless! (Sylvia St. Croix); Arden Theatre: The Dinosaur Musical (Mrs. Gapp/Mama Lucredzia); Theatre on the Square: Dirty Blonde (Jo/Mae West). AWARDS: two Helen Hayes Awards; an additional ten nominations; 2005 Barrymore Award nomination. UPCOMING: Signature: Leona in Beaches and Mrs. Peachum in The Threepenny Opera. www.donnamigliaccio.com.
Sandy Bainum (Tessie Tura) SIGNATURE: Company (Susan), Show Boat (Ellie, Helen Hayes nomination, Outstanding Ensemble), Sunset Boulevard (Ensemble). BROADWAY: 42nd Street (Annie). NATIONAL TOUR: 42nd Street (Annie, Lorraine). DC AREA: Ladies Swing the Blues (Peggy Lee); Hamlet (Gertrude/gravedigger); Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day! (Mom/Mrs. Dickens); Parade (Mrs. Phagan/Sally Slaton); The Music Man (Marian Paroo, Helen Hayes nomination, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical); Kiss Me, Kate (Kate); Regina (Dance Captain, Ensemble); Anything Goes (Bonnie); Kennedy Center: Millennium Stage Solo Concert. SOLO CABARET: Celebrate Broadway, Blue Skies, Sandy Sings Gershwin, This Christmas in DC, NY and LA venues. RECORDINGS: Simply; This Christmas, both available on kritzerland.com and iTunes; Believe, available on iTunes. HYPERLINK "http://sandybainum.com/" \o "http://sandybainum.com/" \t "_blank" sandybainum.com.
Tracy Lynn Olivera (Electra) SIGNATURE: Crossing; Company, Hello, Dolly! (Ford’s Theatre co-production);The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas; Brother Russia; The Hollow; The Boy Detective Fails; Les Misérables; ACE; The Happy Time; Merrily We Roll Along; Allegro; Follies; Side Show; Sweeney Todd. BROADWAY: Ragtime (2009 revival). DC AREA: Kennedy Center: Ragtime, Sunday in the Park with George, Passion, Merrily We Roll Along; Shakespeare Theatre: Candide; Ford’s Theatre: Liberty Smith, Meet John Doe, Shenandoah; Folger Theatre: Comedy of Errors; MetroStage: Closer Than Ever, The Last Five Years; Olney Theatre: Rancho Mirage (world premiere), Cinderella, The Sound of Music, Grease, Carousel; Studio Theatre: Bachelorette; Rorschach: company member, Rough Magic, J .B., God of Vengeance. REGIONAL: Goodman Theatre: Candide. EDUCATION: Catholic University.
Alyssa Gagarin (Ensemble) DC AREA: Ford's Theatre: Our Town; Shakespeare Theatre Company: The Merry Wives of Windsor. REGIONAL: Goodspeed: Something's Afoot; Bucks County Playhouse: Summer of '42. EDUCATION: Penn State University, BFA Musical Theatre.
Carolyn Cole (Ensemble) SIGNATURE: Tina GirlStar! (reading), Spin, Hello, Dolly! (Ford’s Theatre co-production); Hairspray (2012 Helen Hayes Award); Company. OFF-BROADWAY: The New Hopeville Comics; a rock opera. NATIONAL TOUR: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (with Donny Osmond), Martha Speaks. REGIONAL/DC AREA: The Mikado, The Stephen Schwartz Project, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Women of the Blues. CABARETS/CONCERTS/BENEFITS: Carolyn in the City, Monday Nights New Voices, An Evening with Carolyn Cole, Born to Take the BELTway.
Samuel Edgerly (Ensemble) SIGNATURE: The Last Five Years (u/s). DC AREA: Olney Theatre Center: A Chorus Line, Spring Awakening; Adventure Theatre: Goodnight Moon; No Rules Theatre Company: The Fantasticks; Arena Stage: Enchanted April (workshop); 1st Stage: Flora the Red Menace; Studio Theatre 2nd Stage: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson; Imagination Stage: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe; 1st Stage: Flora the Red Menace. EDUCATION: American University, BA Musical Theatre. UPCOMING: Kennedy Center: Orphie and the Book of Heros; Round House Theatre: Ordinary Days.
Joseph Tudor (Ensemble) INTERNATIONAL TOUR: Phantom of the Opera. REGIONAL: A Chorus Line (Mark), Crazy for You (Junior), High School Musical (Troy Bolton), among others. CHOREOGRAPHY: multiple studios and schools throughout the New Jersey, Maryland and DC area. EDUCATION: BFA Dance, Shenandoah Conservatory.
Gannon O’Brien (Ensemble) SIGNATURE: Miss Saigon (Chris), Dreamgirls (Dave/Frank), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Hairspray, Chess,Glory Days;, Sizzlin’ Summer Cabaret Series, various cabarets. DC AREA: Kennedy Center: Spring Gala 2013, My Fair Lady in concert; Latino Inaugural 2013 Performance; Olney Theatre Center: Grease!; Keegan Theatre: Spring Awakening (Hanschen), A Man of No Importance (Breton Beret). EDUCATION: Bachelors of Music, The Catholic University of America.
Eli Schulman (Newsboy): DC AREA: Woolly Mammoth Theatre: Appropriate; The In Series: Gianni Schicchi; Studio Theatre: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson; Kensington Arts Theatre: Ragtime; Bravo@Kat: The Music Man. TV: Tonight Show with Jay Leno; Kid's Metaphors.
Ethan Miller (Newsboy) DC AREA: The American University: Signs of Life; Kensington Art Theatre: Fiddler On The Roof, The Music Man; Adventure Theatre Musical Theatre Center: Seussical; Ensembles: Richard Hartzell Merit Award of Excellence.
John Ray (Newsboy) SIGNATURE: Crossing. DC AREA: Encore: The Wizard of Oz; MVCCT: The Sound of Music, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, My Son Pinocchio; LTA: A Christmas Carol; Next Stop Theatre Company: Caroline, or Change. TV: Sirens Media: Evil Kin.
Grace Doughty Grace Doughty (Balloon Girl) DC AREA: Kensington Art Theatre: Annie (Molly), Adventure Theatre Musical Theatre Center: The 100 Year Snooze, On Stage: Little House on the Prairie (Laura); Oliver! (The Artful Dodger). TV: ID Channel: Nightmare Next Door (Misty).
Joe Calarco (Director) SIGNATURE: Shakespeare's R&J (adapter/director), God of Carnage, Walter Cronkite is Dead. (writer/director), Assassins (Helen Hayes Award), Urinetown (Helen Hayes Award), Side Show (Helen Hayes Award), Nijinsky’s Last Dance (Helen Hayes Award), Nest, The Boy Detective Fails, writer of eight Signature in the Schools plays. OFF-BROADWAY: A Christmas Carol, Playwrights Horizons: The Burnt Part Boys, Floyd and Clea Under the Western Sky; Primary Stages: In Transit (Drama Desk Award nomination), Boy; Second Stage: in the absence of spring (writer/director); The Transport Group: The Memory Show, Bury the Dead, The Audience (contributing book writer), Shakespeare’s R&J (adaptor/director, Lucille Lortel Award). NATIONAL TOUR: Ring of Fire. REGIONAL: The Old Globe: Lincolnesque, The Glass Menagerie; Barrington Stage Company: The Mysteries of Harris Burdick (book writer/director). 11th Hour Theatre Company: Ordinary Days (Barrymore Award); Philadelphia Theatre Co.: The Light in the Piazza (Barrymore Award), The Last Five Years, Elegies, M. Butterfly. Executive Board SDC. Associate Artistic Director Breaking Bread Theatre. joecalarco.blogspot.com
Jon Kalbfleisch (Music Direction) SIGNATURE (Resident Music Director): Company, Hairspray, Dreamgirls, Saturday Night concert, Side by Side by Sondheim, Sunset Boulevard, Show Boat, Les Misérables, Anyone Can Whistle, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Merrily We Roll Along, The Witches of Eastwick, Into the Woods, Assassins, Pacific Overtures, The Highest Yellow, Elegies, Allegro, Follies, 110 in the Shade, Grand Hotel, Putting It Together, Forum, A Stephen Sondheim Evening, Sweeney Todd, A Little Night Music, The Fix, Sunday in the Park with George, Passion, Cabaret, Wings. BROADWAY: The Visit (Actor's Fund, Ambassador Theatre), Les Misérables (Associate Conductor). DC AREA: Kennedy Center; First You Dream, Wolf Trap, National Theatre, Warner Theatre, Studio Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre. OTHER: Carnegie Hall, Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra, Capitol Hill United Methodist Church. TV: Good Morning America. AWARDS: Grammy nomination; Bernstein MASS, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, pianist. Six Helen Hayes Awards and 22 nominations. EDUCATION: Master of Music, SMU. HYPERLINK "http://www.jonkalbfleisch.com" www.jonkalbfleisch.com
Karma Camp (Choreographer) SIGNATURE: 40 productions, including Hello, Dolly! (Ford’s Theatre co-production); The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas; Hairspray; Sunset Boulevard; Chess. Recipient and 8-time Helen Hayes Award nominee. BROADWAY: Avery Fisher Hall: Broadway Showstoppers w/ NY Philharmonic, The Graduate w/ Kathleen Turner. OFF-BROADWAY: Never the Sinner. NATIONAL TOUR: Ring of Fire, big. Kennedy Center: First You Dream, Merrily We Roll Along (Sondheim Celebration), Phantom Tollbooth; 5 concerts for Marvin Hamlisch with the NSO and over 30 plays at the Shakespeare Theatre; Arena Stage, Round House, Studio Theatre. REGIONAL: Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, McCarter Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company, The Prince and Wilma Theatre. OPERA: Goya (w/ Placido Domingo); Washington Opera: Vanessa; Wolf Trap Opera Co.: Kurt Weill’s Street Scene. TV: In Performance At The White House-The Motown Sound, The Sounds of WWII (PBS), All My Children (ABC), over 25 international commercials. FILM: I Wanna Know. OTHER: Disney Entertainment: Aladdin,Villains Tonight, Snow White, Twice Charmed. Ms. Camp is a Signature Theatre Artistic Associate.
James Kronzer (Scenic Design) SIGNATURE: Over 20 productions including Shakespeare’sR&J, God of Carnage, Merrily We Roll Along, Sweeney Todd and Show Boat. BROADWAY: Glory Days. OFF-BROADWAY: Opus, Under the Bridge. DC AREA: Kennedy Center: First You Dream; Shakespeare Theatre: The Beaux Stratagem (Helen Hayes Award); Washington Ballet: Alice in Wonderland; Round House Theatre: Amadeus, The Picture of Dorian Gray; Woolly Mammoth Theatre: Clybourne Park; Folger Theatre: Hamlet. REGIONAL: Playmakers: Opus; Arden Theater: Clybourne Park, Sunday in the Park; Something Intangible (Barrymore Award); Denver Center: To Kill a Mockingbird, The Catch, When Tang Met Laika, As You Like It (Weston, VT); A Christmas Carol (Worcester MA & Knoxville TN). NATIONAL TOURS: Thomas the Tank, Barbie Live!, Backyardigans; Scenic co-ordinator: Addam's Family, Shrek, Spamalot, The Wizard of Oz, Drowsy Chaperone, The Producers. TV: Over 50 Comedy Specials including Sinbad, Kevin Nealon, Louie Anderson, Nick Cannon, Craig Ferguson, Dave Foley. AWARDS: 8 Helen Hayes Awards, 2 Barrymore Awards (Philadelphia). AFFILIATIONS: United Scenic Artists. www.J HYPERLINK "http://ameskronzer.com/" \o "blocked::http://ameskronzer.com/" amesKronzer.com.
Frank Labovitz (Costume Design) SIGNATURE: Company, Dreamgirls (Helen Hayes Award, Outstanding Costume Design), Dying City. DC AREA: Round House Theatre: I Love to Eat, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Next Fall, Pride and Prejudice; Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company: You For Me For You, Mr. Burns: a post electric play, Gruesome Playground Injuries, Fever/Dream; Studio Theatre, lab series: Dirt; Studio Theatre, 2nd Stage: Astroboy and the God of Comics, Mojo; Theater J: Boged: an Enemy of the People, The Religion Thing; Something You Did, Sholom Aleichem: Laughter Through Tears; Imagination Stage: Suessical; Rapunzel; Junie B. Jones: Jingle Bells, Batman Smells; Callisto 5; No Rules Theatre Company: Stop Kiss; Forum Theatre: Mad Forest.
Chris Lee (Lighting Design) SIGNATURE: Over 25 productions including Miss Saigon, Dreamgirls, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Shakespeare’s R&J, The Witches of Eastwick, Saving Aimee, Into The Woods, Assassins, Follies, Hedwig And The Angry Inch, … in the absence of spring … , Side Show, Urinetown, Elegies: A Song Cycle, and Xanadu. BROADWAY/WEST END: Fame Becomes Me, Linda Eder Live At The Gershwin, Shakespeare’s R&J (Tokyo/London/UK Tour). OTHER: Peep Show for Planet Hollywood, the feature film Camp and over 200 National and International Tours, Off Broadway and Regional Theatre productions. Disney’s Believe, Disney’s Wishes, Twice Charmed and facility design for The Disney Dream and The Disney Fantasy and an upcoming spectacular for Tokyo Disney Seas all for Walt Disney Creative Entertainment. His studio, Unit #10, conceives lighting for clients such as Coca Cola, Ford, Sony, Cannon, and Microsoft. AWARDS: 2009 Helen Hayes Award for Kiss of the Spider Woman.
Lane Elms (Sound Design) REGIONAL DESIGN: Brother Wolf, Sisters, Rage Is Not A One Day Thing, Cosi Fan Tutte, A Raisin in the Sun, The Waiting Room, Big River. ASSISTANT DESIGN: Tobacco Road, Jelly’s Last Jam. BROADWAY ENGINEER: Hair (tour). NATIONAL TOUR ENGINEER: Sister Act, Mary Poppins, Hair, The Color Purple, Go Diego Go Live!. REGIONAL ENGINEER: A Christmas Carol, Next To Normal, I Dream, Class Of 3000, Smart Cookie, Sleuth, Jesus Christ Superstar Gospel, Degas’ Little Dancer, Sophisticated Ladies, Gem of The Ocean/Radio Golf, Seussical, In The Red and Brown Water, Curvy Widow, The Women of Brewster Place. EDUCATION: UNCSA 2006 (Sound Design).
Kerry Epstein (Production Stage Manager) SIGNATURE: Eight seasons and over 35 productions. Selected credits include Crossing, Miss Saigon, Company, Shakespeare's R&J, Dreamgirls, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Brother Russia, Hairspray, The Hollow, Side By Side By Sondheim, Sunset Boulevard, Chess, Sycamore Trees, First You Dream: The Music of Kander & Ebb, Les Misérables, The Visit, Kiss of the Spider Woman, The Studio, The Witches of Eastwick, Into the Woods, Assassins, Nevermore. INTERNATIONAL: Dublin Theater Festival. DC AREA: The Kennedy Center, Arena Stage/Georgetown University. REGIONAL: Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Steppenwolf Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Rivendell Theatre Ensemble. EDUCATION: Dickinson College.