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The Unsinkable Molly Brown

Lyrics and Music by Meredith Willson
Additional Lyrics and Book by Dick Scanlan
Based on the Original Book by Richard Morris
Musical Adaptation by Michael Rafter
Directed and Choreographed by Kathleen Marshall
Sep 12 - Oct 26, 2014
The Stage Theatre (View Map & Seating Chart)
• MUSICAL • FAMILY FRIENDLY • DENVER DEBUT
Run Time: 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission
Ticket Price: Starts at $49
Age Recommendation: Appropriate for children ages 6+
Advisory: Some intense moments

Colorado’s own brash and beguiling Molly Brown shines in this exhilarating adaptation of Meredith Willson's 1960 musical. Her rags-to-riches story sparkles with a new book by Dick Scanlan (Thoroughly Modern Millie), new songs from the Willson songbook and staging by Tony winner Kathleen Marshall (Anything Goes). The tempestuous can't-live-with-him/can't-live-without-him love story that survived the Silver Boom, Gold Rush and sinking of the Titanic returns to the stage with more fun and flair than ever.

Producing Partners: Joy S. Burns, June Travis, Daniel L. Ritchie
Contributing Partner: Marvin & Judi Wolf
Supporting Partners: Doug Morton & Marilyn Brown, El Pomar Foundation, L. Roger & Meredith Hutson





in this video, three-time Tony Award-winner Kathleen Marshall talks about why now is the right time to revisit Colorado's quintessential citizen in "The Unsinkable Molly Brown." Read More
Page to Stage: Book Club Discussion
Page to Stage: Book Club Discussion
Sep 10 | 5:30pm
Free | Free Parking | Tattered Cover, 2526 E. Colfax Ave.

Book: Molly Brown: Unraveling the Myth, by Kristen Iverson
The new Page to Stage Book Club lets you read the book, see the play, meet the cast and join the discussion! Register to receive discounts on the selected books or plays and the corresponding Theatre Company performances, plus enjoy a book discussion and other special events. Register at www.tatteredcover.com.

Insider Perspectives
Insider Perspectives
Sep 12 | 6pm
Free | The Ricketson Theatre

Get an exclusive insider’s perspective of The Unsinkable Molly Brown when you join us for a professionally-moderated discussion with our Theatre Company’s creative team.

Theatre Thursdays
Theatre Thursdays
Sep 18 | 5:30pm
$60 | Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex lobby
Your ticket to The Unsinkable Molly Brown for Theatre Thursdays includes a refreshing cocktail, tasty bar bites, live music and the show.

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Page to Stage Discussion
Page to Stage Discussion
Sep 23 | 12pm
Free | Free parking | Tattered Cover, 2526 E. Colfax Ave.

Bring your lunch and join our DCPA actors, playwrights and directors for an in-depth discussion about the creation and development of their work, focusing on The Unsinkable Molly Brown. Moderated by John Moore, former Denver Post theatre critic.

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Theatre & Theology
Theatre & Theology
Sep 23 | 8:30pm
Free | The Stage Theatre
Join Pastor Dan Bollman of the Rocky Mountain Evangelical Lutheran Synod to examine The Unsinkable Molly Brown through a theological lens.
Talkback with Higher Education Advisory Council
Talkback with Higher Education Advisory Council
Sep 28 | 3:30pm
Free | The Stage Theatre

Participate in a topical discussion of The Unsinkable Molly Brown led by members of our academic community.

Talkback with the Cast
Talkback with the Cast
Oct 12 | 3:30pm
Free | The Stage Theatre

Join a fun and engaging discussion with the actors from The Unsinkable Molly Brown after the show.

VIP Evening
VIP Evening
Oct 16 | 5pm
$200 each • $2,250 table of 10

Treat yourself to the best seats in the house and more with The Unsinkable Molly Brown VIP Evening. It's the complete experience for any special night out: cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, and a delectable catered dinner by Epicurean Catering in the Seawell Grand Ballroom. Then, enjoy the best seats in The Stage Theatre for the best possible experience of the performance in this intimate venue. And for the ultimate night out in Denver, add an overnight stay at the Westin Denver Downtown.


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Accessible Performance
Oct 18 | 1:30pm
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Family Day
Family Day
Oct 19 | 12:30pm
Family 4 Pack: $120 with code SILVER
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David Abeles
David Abeles, Erich & Understudy for J.J

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other Theatres: Broadway: Eamon and Music Captain in once, Jerry Lee Lewis in Million Dollar Quartet. Off-Broadway: Pierre in Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, once, Million Dollar Quartet, The Burnt Part Boys, Hell House, The Pursuit of Persephone. National Tour: My Fair Lady (Trevor Nunn/Cameron Mackintosh), The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Regional Theatre: February House (NYSAF), A.R.T., Williamstown, O'Neill. TV/Film: “Law & Order, SVU,” “Submissions Only,” Begin Again. David also is a singer/songwriter and music director. Training: LAMDA.

Cameron Adams
Cameron Adams, Maureen/Ensemble

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Cameron has been living in NYC and performing on Broadway for the past 14 years. Her Broadway credits include: The Music Man (Zaneeta),  Oklahoma!, Hairspray (u/s Amber), Cry-Baby (u/s Allison),  Shrek,  Promises, Promises (Miss Della Hoya),  How To Succeed… (u/s Rosemary), Nice Work If You Can Get It (u/s Billie and Jeannie). TV: NBC “The Sound of Music Live!,” ABC/Disney’s “The Music Man” (Zaneeta).

Whitney Bashor
Whitney Bashor, Julia
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Bridges of Madison County (Clarence Derwent Award Winner 2014). National Tour: Happy Days, Whistle Down the Wind.  Off Broadway: The Fantasticks.  Readings/Workshops: Picnic at Hanging Rock (Lincoln Center), Unknown Soldier (MTC), Sleeping Beauty Wakes (McCarter).  Regional: Bridges of Madison County (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Fly By Night (Dallas Theatre Center), Light in the Piazza (Philadelphia Theatre Company: Barrymore Award Winner), The Hollow (Signature Theatre), To The Lighthouse (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), Edges (Original Company).  Concerts:  Public Theatre Gala 2014, Adam Guettel 54 Below, Jason Robert Brown 54 Below. TV: "Boardwalk Empire," "Love Monkey," "All My Children."  Film: Off The Black. BFA University of Michigan.
Karl Josef Co
Karl Josef Co, Hichens/Ensemble & Understudy for Arthur
At the Theatre Company: Debut. NYC: Yeah-Yeah in ValueVille (Pearl Theater Co./NYMF), Paul in Street Seen (Prospect Theater Co.), Guoxin in Tiananmen (54 Below), Cornelius in Hello, Dolly! (Signature Theatre/NAAP), Soloist in Suites by Sondheim (Lincoln Center). Regional: Lun Tha in The King & I (MTWichita); Sammy, u/s-performed, in Allegiance opposite Lea Salonga and George Takei (Old Globe/World Premiere); Thuy in Miss Saigon (Fulton Theatre). TV: “America's Got Talent” finale (NBC),“Bad Advice From My Brother” (Comedy Central), “Hung” (HBO).  Training: The University of Michigan.  Twitter: @KarlJosefCo
Jesmille Darbouze
Jesmille Darbouze, Maude/Birdie/Ensemble

At the Theatre Company: Debut. New York: Nine, EPBB productions of Greater Angels, Lesser Mercies, Arok of Java, These Seven Sicknesses. Regional: Aida (Aida), Shout! The Mod Musical, Smokey Joe’s Café, And the World Goes 'Round, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Kismet, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Urinetown: The Musical, Slide Glide the Slippery Slope, Hamlet's Women. Film: No Pay, Nudity. Training: BFA Carnegie Mellon University.

Donna English
Donna English, Baby Doe Tabor/Ensemble

At the Theatre Company: Company. Broadway: Nice Work if You Can Get It, Lend Me a Tenor, and Broadway, directed by George Abbott. Off Broadway: Madame X (NYMF Outstanding Performance Award), Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back!, Forbidden Broadway 20th Anniversary, Taking a Chance on Love and Ruthless! (Drama Desk Award nomination). She can be heard on the original cast recordings of Forbidden Broadway Strikes Back! and Taking a Chance on Love. Favorite regional roles include Anna in The King and I, Charlotte in A Little Night Music, Lily in On the Twentieth Century, Victoria in Victor/Victoria, and Velma in Hairspray. Training: Northwestern University.

Alex Finke
Alex Finke, Kit/Ensemble & Understudy for Julia
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Other credits: Hope Harcourt in Anything Goes (1st national tour) at Pittsburgh CLO; Footloose (Wendy Jo) at Music Theatre Wichita; Legally Blonde (Serena), Fiddler on the Roof (Tzeitel) at Wagon Wheel Theatre; Tarzan (Jane), State Fair (Margy). Training: BFA University of Michigan.
Jason Lee Garrett
Jason Lee Garrett, Swing

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway/New York: Big Fish, Evita, Sweeney Todd (NY Philharmonic). Selected Regional: Curtains, The Producers, Jesus Christ Superstar, Love Changes Everything (Pittsburgh CLO); Oklahoma!, Fiddler on the Roof, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Joseph...Technicolor Dreamcoat (Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma); Swingtime Salute! (Virginia Stage Company). Other credits include Long Walk to Forever (Newt), Dog Sees God (Van), The Maids (Solange). TV/Film: "Sweeney Todd: the Demon Barber of Fleet Street" (Live from Lincoln Center, PBS). Training: BFA Theatre Arts, Point Park University.

Constantine Germanacos
Constantine Germanacos, Vincenzo

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Evita. NYC: Guys & Dolls (Carnegie Hall), I Am Harvey Milk (reading), Fanny (Encores!), Inconnu (reading, Public Theater). Regional: Sing For Your Shakespeare (Westport Country Playhouse), The Light in the Piazza (TheatreWorks Palo Alto-SFBATCC Award; Pioneer Theatre Company), On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (NYSAF), Les Misérables (Walnut Street Theatre; Sacramento Music Circus), The Three Musketeers (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), Jesus Christ Superstar (North Shore Music Theatre), Brigadoon (Merry Go Round Playhouse). Concerts: The Lord and the Master (Joe's Pub), Kristin Chenoweth In Concert (Lincoln Center, Australia Tour, Hollywood Bowl, Saenger Theater, Smith Center, Carnegie Hall).

Patty Goble
Patty Goble, Mrs. Sneed-Hill/Miss Lydia/Ensemble

At the Theatre Company:  Debut.  Broadway:  How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Bye Bye Birdie, Curtains, The Woman in White, La Cage aux Folles, The Phantom of the Opera, Ragtime and Kiss Me, Kate.  Other NY Appearances: Jerry Springer: The Opera, The Sound of Music, Show Boat, South Pacific (Carnegie Hall); Candide (NY Philharmonic); Of Thee I Sing, Music in the Air (City Center Encores!), and Noël and Cole in Love (Merkin Concert Hall).  Training: MM Vocal Performance, The New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA.

Read our exclusive interview with Patty Goble on MyDenverCenter.Org

Gregg Goodbrod
Gregg Goodbrod, Kenneth B. Chapman/Dolce Trio/Ensemble

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Original Broadway Cast), 9 to 5 (first national tour), Applause. Off-Broadway: Tenderloin (City Center), Time And Again (Manhattan Theatre Club). Other Theatres: Valjean in Les Miserables (Fulton Theatre, Maine State Music Theatre, and Beef and Boards); Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, Joe in Sunset Boulevard, Radames in Aida, (MSMT); Chris in Miss Saigon (Ogunquit and MSMT); Beast in Beauty and the Beast (Pioneer Theatre and Alabama Shakespeare Festival); Romance/Romance and Archibald in The Secret Garden (Fulton Theatre); Chess (Arvada Center) and Pippin (Papermill Playhouse).

Michael Halling
Michael Halling, Doc Morris/Fred/Dolce Trio/Ensemble

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Tale of Two Cities (Gaspard); The Pajama Game (Cyrus, u/s Sid), Roundabout; The Boy From Oz (standby for Hugh Jackman), In My Life (Nick), The Scarlet Pimpernel. Encores: Bells Are Ringing. NYC Opera: Candide. Tours: Les Misérables (Enjolras), The Full Monty (Teddy Slaughter), Beauty and the Beast (Beast). Off-Broadway: Giant (Public Theater),The Streets of New York (Mark Livingstone) and Donnybrook (Sean Enright) at the Irish Rep. Regional: Drood (Jasper), Repertory Theater of St. Louis; Pride and Prejudice (Mr. Darcy), Bristol Riverside; Heaven’s My Destination (George Brush), Cleveland Play House; Crazy for You (Lank) and 1776 (Jefferson), Cape Playhouse; Les Misérables (Enjolras), Pioneer. TV: “Believe.”

John Hickok
John Hickok, Horace Tabor/Ensemble

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Created the roles of Zoser in Aida, Governor Slaton in Parade, Professor Bhaer in Little Women, and is on all three cast albums. Recently seen opposite Frank Langella in Man and Boy, also in Our Country’s Good and Accomplice.  Regional: John Adams in 1776 directed by Frank Galati at ACT, Polonius in Hamlet, Beauregard opposite Michelle Lee in Mame, Dillard Nations in Foxfire with James Whitmore, Todd in Eye of the Beholder opposite Kim Hunter, Mercutio in Romeo & Juliet. He directed the world premiere of Burning Blue on London’s West End (two Oliviers), and taught Shakespeare at Bard College.

Kristie Kerwin
Kristie Kerwin, Swing

At the Theatre Company: Debut.  Broadway/1st National Tour: Spamalot, Anything Goes (Ensemble, performed Reno and Hope), South Pacific (Ensign Sue Yaeger, performed Nellie), White Christmas SF (cast album), Bye Bye Birdie (City Center Encores!). Regional: Dames At Sea (Mona Kent, Infinity Theatre Company), No No Nanette (Betty Brown, Cape Playhouse) and more. Training: BFA, NYU/CAP21. www.KristieKerwin.com

Omar Lopez-Cepero
Omar Lopez-Cepero, Larry/Ensemble & Understudy for Vincenzo

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway/NY: American Idiot (original cast), The Capeman (Public Theatre concert at the Delacorte), Foreverman as Will Timeson (world premiere). National Tour: Evita as Che, American Idiot. Regional: American Idiot (world premiere at Berkeley Rep), Saint-Ex (world premiere at Weston Playhouse), Les Misérables as Marius, West Side Story as Tony, Evita as Che, and others. TV: "Vegas" (CBS), "Blue Bloods" (CBS). Omar has performed concerts all over the US and Europe as a member of The Broadway Boys. He is currently working on a solo album featuring American Jazz Standards with arrangements influenced by his Latin heritage. Training: BM Voice University of Miami.  www.omarlopezcepero.com

Beth Malone
Beth Malone, Molly Brown

At the Theatre Company: Bon Voyage. Beth is beside herself to be back in her home state and the Theatre Company. Beth spent much of last year originating the role of Alison in the Pulitzer finalist and critically-acclaimed Off-Broadway musical Fun Home at The Public Theater. Other original Broadway and Off-Broadway credits include: June Carter Cash in Ring of Fire, Betty Jean in The Marvelous Wonderettes and Alison in Bingo! Regional work includes the World Premiere of Sister Act, 9 to 5, The Break Up Notebook, Annie Get Your Gun and Les Misérables. Training: BA University Northern Colorado and MFA UC Urvine. Original Cast Recordings: Fun Home, Ring of Fire, The Marvelous Wonderettes, Bingo!

Read our exclusive interview with Beth Malone on MyDenverCenter.org

Stephanie Martignetti
Stephanie Martignetti, Pearl/Ensemble

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Nice Work if Work if You Can Get it (org. cast, u/s Billie Bendix). Other New York Credits: Me and Miss Monroe (Off-Bway), Diner (Workshop with Sheryl Crow), The Passing Show. Tour Credits: A Chorus Line (Maggie), Mary Poppins (standby Mrs. Banks), Oklahoma!  Regional: La Cage (Anne, NSMT), Oklahoma! (u/s Laurey Arena Stage,), Hairspray (Amber Von Tussle, MTW), Forum (Philia, Mill Mt. Playhouse). Stephanie is a series regular on the upcoming web series Alphabet Boys (winter 2015). Training: Penn State University, William Esper Studio. @StephNetti

Paolo Montalban
Paolo Montalban, Arthur
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Breakfast At Tiffany’s, Pacific Overtures, The King & I. Off-Broadway: Two Gentlemen of Verona (Shakespeare in the Park, Kathleen Marshall dir.), The Romance of Magno Rubio (Culture Project). National Tour: Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Was most recently seen regionally in The Orphan of Zhao (American Conservatory Theater and La Jolla Playhouse). Other Regional: The King & I (Olney Theatre), The Boys From Syracuse (Center Stage), The Long Season (Perseverance Theater). TV: “Cinderella” (ABC/Disney), “Mortal Kombat: Conquest”, “Law & Order: SVU”, and “One Life To Live”. Film: Just Wright, The Adjustment Bureau, The Great Raid, American Adobo, and Two Weeks.

Burke Moses
Burke Moses, J.J. Brown

At the Theatre Company: Billy Bigelow in Carousel and Brick in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Broadway: Sky Masterson in the smash hit 1993 revival Guys and Dolls, Fred Graham in the Tony Award-wining revival of Kiss Me Kate, Heracles in The Frogs at Lincoln Center, and created the role of Gaston in the original New York, Los Angeles and London productions of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. He is author of Stanislavski Never Wore Tap Shoes (Musical Theater Acting Craft) and can be followed @TheBurkeMoses.

Read our exclusive interview with Burke Moses on MyDenverCenter.Org

Linda Mugleston
Linda Mugleston, Mary Nevin/Ensemble & Understudy for Molly

At the Theatre Company: Quilters, A Christmas Carol. Broadway credits include: Cinderella, Anything Goes, Young Frankenstein, Wonderful Town, Nine, Into the Woods, Kiss Me Kate, On The Town. Other New York credits include: The Sound of Music, Guys and Dolls, Kristina (Carnegie Hall) Regional credits include: Sunset Boulevard (Portland Center Stage); The Sound of Music, Damn Yankees (Muny), Happy End (ACT).

Keven Quillon
Keven Quillon, William/Ensemble/Dance Captain

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: A Christmas Story (MSG), Annie, Shrek: The Musical, and Grease. First National Tours: Shrek: The Musical, Grease, Sweet Charity, Saturday Night Fever, We Will Rock You (Las Vegas), and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Los Angeles). Workshops: An Officer & A Gentleman, Leap of Faith. Regional: Sacramento Music Circus, Maltz Jupiter, Heritage Rep. Cast Recordings: Annie, Grease, Shrek: The Musical. Training: James Madison University and a member of the Actors Equity Association.

John Scherer
John Scherer, Father Robinson/Dolce Trio/Ensemble & Understudy for Horace Tabor
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: LoveMusik, By Jeeves, Sunset Boulevard. NYC Opera: The Most Happy Fella, Cinderella. Off-Broadway: Olympus On My Mind, Dames At Sea. National Tours: 42nd Street, Cats, Mame, Hello Dolly. He has played leading roles across the country in many regional theaters including the Goodman Theater, Arena Stage, Kennedy Center, Ahmanson Theater, Goodspeed Opera House, Paper Mill Playhouse and many others. TV/Film: Spinning Into Butter, The Shield, Crossing Jordan, Titus, Guiding Light, Law and Order, SVU & CI. Training: Carnegie-Mellon University.
Kathleen Marshall
Kathleen Marshall, Director and Choreographer

Broadway: Nice Work If You Can Get It, Anything Goes, The Pajama Game, Wonderful Town, Grease, Boeing-Boeing, Little Shop of Horrors, Follies, Seussical, 1776, Swinging on a Star and Kiss Me, Kate. Off-Broadway: Two Gentlemen of Verona (New York Shakespeare Festival), Saturday Night (Second Stage), Violet (Playwrights Horizons), and As Thousands Cheer (Drama Dept).  For City Center Encores! she directed and choreographed Bells Are Ringing, Applause, Carnival, Hair and Babes in Arms, among others, and served as Artistic Director for four seasons.  She recently directed Joe DiPietro’s Living on Love at the Williamstown Theatre Festival starring Renée Fleming.  Her television credits include ABC/Disney’s “Once Upon a Mattress” and Meredith Willson’s “The Music Man” (Emmy nomination). She has received three Tony Awards (out of nine nominations), three Drama Desk Awards, three Outer Critics Circle Awards, the Astaire Award, the George Abbott Award, the Richard Rodgers Award and the Pennsylvania Governor’s Award for the Arts. Ms. Marshall is an Associate Artist of the Roundabout Theatre Company.

Michael Rafter
Michael Rafter, Music Adaptation, Music Director, Vocal and Incidental Arrangements

Music Director and Supervisor: Violet, Everyday Rapture, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Sunset Boulevard, The Sound of Music, The King & I, Gypsy, Swing, The Buddy Holly Story. Arranger: Swing and Sweet Charity. Associate Music Supervisor: Jersey Boys. TV: “Gypsy” (Emmy award, music direction). Recordings: Wish with Sutton Foster; Sutton Foster, Live at the Carlyle. Film: Arthur (additional scoring, arrangements). Music and Lyrics. Did You Hear About The Morgans? (vocal, instrumental producer). Co-founder: Destination Broadway, summer theatre program for children 8-18 years old.

Larry Hochman
Larry Hochman, Orchestrator

Broadway: The Book of Mormon (Tony, Drama Desk Awards), ten others including Pippin, Chaplin, Scottsboro Boys, Spamalot (five Tony Nominations). Television: Composer of Nickelodeon’s “The Wonder Pets!” (five Emmys). Twenty-five regional and Off-Broadway shows including: Death Takes a Holiday, Maury Yeston and Marvin Hamlisch’s The Nutty Professor. Seventeen films including: The Informant! (Marvin Hamlisch). Recordings/Concerts: Paul McCartney, Eric Idle, Barbra Streisand, Hugh Jackman, Audra McDonald, Barry Manilow, Mandy Patinkin, Boston Pops, New York Philharmonic. www.LarryHochman.net

Jim Carnahan, CSA
Jim Carnahan, CSA, Casting
Roundabout’s Director of Artistic Development. Roundabout: Cabaret, Violet, Machinal, Winslow Boy, Big Knife, Picnic, Talley’s Folly, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Cyrano, Harvey, Anything Goes, Sunday in the Park…, Pajama Game, 12 Angry Men, Assassins, Nine, Big River. Broadway: Rocky, Glass Menagerie, Once, Matilda, Peter and the Starcatcher, Mountaintop, Clear Day…, Jerusalem, Scottsboro Boys, American Idiot, Spring Awakening, Pillowman, True West. Film: Home at the End of the World, Flicka. TV: “Glee” (Emmy nom.).
Stephen Kopel, CSA
Stephen Kopel, CSA, Casting
At the Theatre Company: Sense & Sensibility The Musical. Broadway: Beautiful - The Carole King Musical, Violet, The Glass Menagerie, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Harvey, Don’t Dress For Dinner, once, The Road to Mecca, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Anything Goes, The People in the Picture, Brief Encounter, The Scottsboro Boys, Sondheim on Sondheim and Hedda Gabler. Off-Broadway: Indian Ink, Common Pursuit, Milk Train, Tin Pan Alley Rag and At Least It’s Pink.
David Dabbon
David Dabbon, Associate Music Director / Conductor

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Sondheim on Sondheim (Additional Orchestrations),  She Loves Me Roundabout Concert Series (Dance Arranger) New York Theatre Workshop:  Love and Information (Music Director), The Flea: The Mysteries (Composer), Restoration Comedy (Arranger), These Seven Sicknesses (Arranger). Regional: The Nutty Professor (Dance Arranger) Film: Six By Sondheim (Arranger “Send In The Clowns”) All God’s Creatures (Composer).  Albums: Sondheim on Sondheim (Grammy Nomination), Audra McDonald Go Back Home (“I’ll Be Here” – orchestrator), Sweet Bye and Bye(Music Director/Vocal Arranger). Education: M.M. Carnegie Mellon University, B.M. The Hartt School.  www.daviddabbon.com

Rommy Sandhu
Rommy Sandhu, Associate Director / Choreographer
At the Theatre Company: Debut.NY Theater: Multiple BroadwayCares Benefits. Off-Broadway: Christmas Eve with Ann Harada, Make Mine Manhattan, HNDJ. Associate Choreographer: Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Broadway), Bells are Ringing, Applause (Both Encores), The Ark. Regional: Mary Poppins, Wizard...Oz, Ragtime, Pajama Game, Singing...Rain. As an actor: seven Broadway shows, five national tours. TV/Film:“SMASH,” “Tony Awards,” Macy’s Parade, “Today Show,” “Live with Regis & Kelly,” “The View,” “TAP.” Adjunct Faculty NYU CAP 21, MMC. Proud Father of three and husband to one.

Read Rommy Sandhu's blog posts on 'Molly Brown' here
Craig Breitenbach
Craig Breitenbach, Sound Design

At the Theatre Company: Animal Crackers, Hamlet, Just Like Us, Sense & Sensibility The Musical, Irving Berlin’s White ChristmasRing of Fire: The Music of Johnny CashA Christmas Carol, To Kill a Mockingbird, A Midsummer Night’s DreamMama Hated DieselsEventideA Raisin in the SunQuiltersA Prayer for Owen Meany, Noises OffThirdA Funny Thing…ForumKing LearAmadeusCrowns, The Clean HouseMeasure for MeasureA Flea in Her EarFire on the MountainThe MisanthropeThe Three SistersLove’s Labor’s LostThe Skin of Our TeethBetrayalSpinning Into ButterDinner With FriendsGross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar WildeThe Laramie Project, The Little Foxes. Awards: 2008 Henry Award (Plainsong).

Donald Holder
Donald Holder, Lighting Design
At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Over 40 productions, including The Lion King and South Pacific (Tony awards), The Bridges of Madison County, Golden Boy, Ragtime, Les Liasons Dangereuses, A Streetcar Named Desire, Movin’ Out, Gem of the Ocean, Juan Darien (all Tony nominated), Spiderman, Bullets Over Broadway, Movin Out, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Boy From Oz, and many others. Resident Theatre: Center Stage, Goodman, Steppenwolf, Huntington, Mark Taper Forum, Seattle Repertory, La Jolla Playhouse, and many others. TV/Film: “Smash” Seasons 1 and 2 (NBC).

Derek McLane
Derek McLane, Scenic Design

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: Beautiful, The Heiress, Nice Work If You Can Get It, The Best Man, Follies, Anything Goes, How to Succeed in Business…, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, Million Dollar Quartet, Ragtime, 33 Variations (Tony Award, Best Scenic Design); Grease, Little Women,  The Pajama Game, I Am My Own Wife, The Women, Present Laughter. Off-Broadway: Ruined, Lie of the Mind, Marie and Bruce, Starry Messenger, The Voysey Inheritance, Two Trains Running, Macbeth (Shakespeare in the Park); Hurlyburly, Abigail's Party, Aunt Dan and Lemon. Recently designed the 2014 Oscars, the 2013 Oscars, as well as NBC’s “Sound of Music, Live.Opera and theatre designs in London, Paris, Dublin, Glasgow, Moscow, Krakow, Sydney, and Warsaw. Awards: Winner of 1997 and 2004 OBIE Awards; 2004, 2005 and 2007 Lucille Lortel Awards; 2009 Tony Award, 2011 Drama Desk Award, 2013 Emmy Nomination.

Paul Tazewell
Paul Tazewell, Costume Design

At the Theatre Company: Debut. Broadway: A Streetcar Named Desire, Magic/Bird, Jesus Christ Superstar, Lombardi, Memphis (Tony nominee); Guys and Dolls, In The Heights (Tony nominee); The Color Purple (Tony nominee); Hot Feet, Caroline, or Change; A Raisin in the Sun,  Drowning Crow, Bring in 'da Noise... (Tony nom.); Elaine Stritch at Liberty, On the Town, Fascinating Rhythm, Def Poetry Jam. Regional: Side Show (La Jolla Playhouse), Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (Arena Stage). Off-Broadway: Ruined, In the Heights, McReele, Flesh and Blood, Fame, Boston Marriage, Harlem Song. Opera: Faust (The Met and English National Opera); Porgy and Bess (Washington Opera, Chicago Lyric, LA Opera, San Francisco Opera); Little Women (New York City Opera); Margaret Garner (Michigan Opera Theatre); Show Boat (Chicago Lyric Opera). Awards: Three Helen Hayes Awards, Lucille Lortel, Jefferson, Princess Grace and Irene Sharaff awards.

Richard Morris
Richard Morris, Original Book

Broadway: The Unsinkable Molly Brown, original book; Thoroughly Modern Millie, book (adapted from his original movie). Film: Thoroughly Modern Millie, If a Man Answers, and others. TV: Scripted almost 100 teleplays, directed and produced many of his scripts. Awards: Tony and Drama Desk Best Musical Award for Thoroughly Modern Millie, nominated book. Writers Guild of America Best American Musical Film, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Screenplay. The Pearl, Emmy nominated Teleplay.

Dick Scanlan
Dick Scanlan, Additional Lyrics and Book
Dick Scanlan served as Script Consultant to the legendary Berry Gordy in connection with Motown The Musical, currently on Broadway and on tour. He co-authored Everyday Rapture with and for Sherie Rene Scott, for which he received a 2010 Tony nomination. He also wrote the book and lyrics for 2002’s Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning Best Musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie, with music by Jeanine Tesori. Mr. Scanlan’s novel, Does Freddy Dance, was published in 1995 by Alyson Publications. He has published numerous articles and essays in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, The Village Voice and many other publications. 

Meredith Willson
Meredith Willson, Lyrics and Music

Other Musicals: Meredith Willson’s The Music Man, Miracle on 34th Street-The Musical and 1491. Training: Damrosch Institute (later Juilliard School). Other Career: Flute and piccolo with Sousa Band and New York Philharmonic; prominent radio musical director in the early 1930s; Music Director and regular on Burns and Allen radio show and The Big Show starring Tallulah Bankhead; composed film scores for Chaplin’s The Great Dictator and Wyler’s The Little Foxes, and other symphonic, band and choral works; author of four books. Awards: Two Tony Awards and first Best Original Cast Album Grammy for The Music Man.

Stephen R. Gruse
Stephen R. Gruse, Production Stage Manager
Broadway (original companies): Bullets Over Broadway, Pippin (2013 Revival), Godspell (2011 Revival), Wonderland, HAIR (2009 Revival), Grease (2007 Revival), Grey Gardens, Pajama Game (2006 Revival), Sweet Charity (2005 Revival), The Play What I Wrote, Oklahoma! (2002 Revival), The Full Monty, Marie Christine. Off-Broadway: If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet (with Jake Gyllenhaal), A Christmas Carol 10th Anniversary at Madison Square Garden.
Christopher C. Ewing
Christopher C. Ewing, Assistant Stage Manager

At the Theatre Company:(28 seasons) Animal Crackers, Death of a Salesman, Sense & Sensibility The Musical, When We Are Married, Fences, Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, A Christmas Carol, To Kill a Mockingbird, Dracula, Mama Hated Diesels, Eventide, A Raisin in the Sun, Quilters, A Prayer for Owen Meany, Noises Off, Plainsong, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, A Funny Thing…Forum, The Clean House, Gem of the Ocean, A Flea in Her Ear, Crowns, Fire on the Mountain, John Brown’s Body, The Skin of Our Teeth, Almost Heaven and 2 Pianos, 4 Hands. Other Theatres: Colorado Ballet, DCPA Broadway, Bonfils Theatre. Training: BFA in Theatre Design/Technology from Loretto Heights College.

Kurt Van Raden
Kurt Van Raden, Assistant Stage Manager
At the Theatre Company: (30+ productions) Animal Crackers, Hamlet, Just Like Us, Romeo & Juliet,  Irving Berlin's White Christmas, The Three Musketeers, Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, The Taming of the Shrew, A Christmas Carol, The Liar, Superior Donuts, The House of the Spirits, Othello, Eventide, A Raisin in the Sun, A Prayer for Owen Meany, Richard III, Noises Off, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Our House, Pride and Prejudice, Third, Mrs. Warren's Profession, 1001, Season's Greetings, Living Out, After Ashley. Other Theatres: 40 productions with The O'Neill Theatre Center (National Playwrights Conference, Cabaret and Performance Conference), The Great River Shakespeare Festival.
Douglas Langworthy
Douglas Langworthy, Dramaturg
At the Theatre Company: The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Shadowlands, Hamlet, Just Like Us, Sense & Sensibility The Musical, The Three Musketeers, When We Are Married. Other Theatres:The Oregon Shakespeare Festival produced his adaptation (with Linda Alper and Penny Metropulos) of Dumas’ The Three Musketeers, and his translation of Brecht’s The Good Person of Szechuan. Target Margin Theatre produced his translations/adaptations: Medea by Hans Henny Jahnn, Goethe’s Faust, and the opera The Sandman with David Herskovits and Thomas Cabanis. Awards/Training: Elliot Hayes Award for Dramaturgy; National Theatre Translation Fund Award; John Gassner Award in Critical Writing. Yale School of Drama.
Kathryn G. Maes, Ph.D.
Kathryn G. Maes, Ph.D., Voice and Dialect Coach

At the Theatre Company: The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Animal Crackers, Shadowlands, Hamlet, black odyssey, A Christmas Carol, Jackie & Me, The Most Deserving, Just Like Us, Death of a Salesman, When We Are Married, Fences, The Three Musketeers, Heartbreak House, Great Wall Story. Other Theatres: Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal National Theatre (Arthur Miller’s American Clock). Special/Training: Voice and Dialect Coach for numerous professional theatre companies in the United States, Head of Voice at DCPA Theatre Company and the National Theatre Conservatory 1989 to 1992. Ph.D. in Theatre Arts, University of Pittsburgh; Advanced Diploma in Voice Studies, Central School of Speech and Drama, London, England.

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