The show runs 2 hours, including one 15-minute intermission.
*Weekday performances only
*Weekday performances only
For performances Jan. 2 – Apr. 1, 2018
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A limited number of $39 rush tickets will be available at the Longacre Theatre, beginning at the opening of the box office each day. There is a limit of two tickets per customer. Tickets are non-transferable, subject to availability and may be partial view.
The show runs 2 hours, including one 15-minute intermission.
While Chazz Palminteri and Robert De Niro do not perform in the show, their amazing work can be seen every night on stage—Mr. Palminteri wrote the book and Mr. De Niro co-directed the production alongside Jerry Zaks.
Yes, this is a great show for families—recommended for ages 12+ due to strong language and gun shot effects. Please note, children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
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The performance schedule varies. Please see our Ticketing Calendar here for the most accurate information. Doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain. It’s best to give yourself as much time as possible when arriving at the theater so you don’t miss the start of the show.
A limited number of $39 rush tickets will be available at the Longacre Theatre, beginning when the Box Office opens each day. There is a limit of two tickets per customer. Tickets are non-transferable, subject to availability and may be partial view.
The box office is open Monday – Saturday from 10am – 8pm, and Sunday from Noon – 6pm (if there is an evening performance, it will stay open until curtain).
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Groups of 10 or more can purchase discounted tickets by calling Dodger Group Sales at 1-877-536-3437.
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Seating is accessible to all parts of the Orchestra without steps. Wheelchair seating is located in the Orchestra only. For more information, call Telecharge.com at (212) 239-6222.
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At just 1044 seats, the Longacre Theatre is one of the more intimate houses on Broadway, so you’ll enjoy the show from any seat in the house.
Chazz wrote and performed his one-man show, A Bronx Tale, for the first time in 1989 before moving it Off Broadway. Mr. Palminteri went on to write the screenplay and co-star in the screen adaptation of A Bronx Tale alongside Robert De Niro. Mr. Palminteri has more than 55 movies to his credit as an actor, writer and director, including The Usual Suspects, Bullets Over Broadway (Academy Award® nomination), Analyze This, Hurlyburly, Mullholland Falls, Faithful (also written by Mr. Palminteri), A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, Yonkers Joe, Jolene and most recently Legend starring Tom Hardy. Mr. Palminteri had a recurring role on the hit show Modern Family and has starred in Blue Bloods. Mr. Palminteri directed the HBO series Oz (episode “Unnatural Disasters”), Showtime’s Women vs Men, and the feature film Noel starring Susan Sarandon, Paul Walker and Robin Williams.
Stage musicals: God Bless You Mr. Rosewater, Little Shop of Horrors, Beauty and The Beast, A Christmas Carol, The Little Mermaid, Sister Act, Leap of Faith, Newsies, Aladdin, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz and A Bronx Tale. Film work: The Little Mermaid, Beauty and The Beast (Animated), Newsies, Aladdin, Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, Enchanted, Tangled, Sausage Party, Beauty and The Beast (Live Version). Television credits: Sesame Street, Lincoln, The Neighbors, Galavant, Tangled. Awards: 2012 Tony, Drama Desk; 8 Oscars®; 11 Grammy® Awards; 7 Golden Globes; London’s Evening Standard; the Olivier and Outer Critics Circle. Other: Songwriters Hall of Fame (both inducted and Johnny Mercer Award), Billboard’s #1 single and album, Disney Legend, star on Hollywood Walk of Fame. Doctorates from NYU and the North Carolina School of the Arts.
Glenn Slater (Lyrics) co-created Disney’s worldwide smash Tangled (Grammy Winner, Oscar and Golden Globe nominations), and is a three-time Tony nominee for the international hit musicals The Little Mermaid, Sister Act, and current Broadway sensation School of Rock. With longtime collaborator Alan Menken, he wrote all the songs for two seasons of the cult-favorite Medieval musical TV series Galavant (Emmy nominee), and a song for the recent animated hit Sausage Party, as well as Disney’s Home On The Range and Broadway’s Leap of Faith. In the West End, Glenn provided book and lyrics for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies. Glenn lives in New York City with his wife, composer Wendy Leigh Wilf, and their sons Benjamin and Daniel.
Internationally recognized choreographer and recipient of a 2015 Olivier Award for Choreography for Memphis, 2016 Tony Award nominee for On Your Feet. In 2011, Mr. Trujillo had the honor of having four shows simultaneously running on Broadway: Tony Award-Best Musical Memphis, (Olivier/Outer Critics Circle Award, Drama Desk and Astaire Award nominations), Tony/Olivier Award-Best Musical Jersey Boys (Greenroom Award, Olivier, Drama Desk, Dora, Outer Critics Circle Award nominations), Addams Family, Next to Normal. Other Broadway: A Bronx Tale, Hands on a Hardbody (Drama Desk nomination), Leap of Faith (Drama Desk nomination), Guys and Dolls (Astaire Awards nomination), All Shook Up. Additional Theatre: Carmen (Helen Hayes Award nomination – Olney Theater), Invisible Thread (Second Stage), Gloria Estefan on Broadway (Minskoff Theatre), Flashdance (National Tour), Freaky Friday and The Wiz (La Jolla Playhouse), Public Theatre’s Romeo & Juliet. Internationally: Tarzan (Disney), Arrabal(Panasonic Theatre – Toronto), Peggy Sue Got Married (West End), The Sound of Musicand West Side Story (Stratford Festival), Kiss Me Kate (Tokyo). TV/Film; Jersey Boys (directed by Clint Eastwood), SYTYCD (Canada), Triple Sensation, The 14th American Comedy Awards, Broadway: The American Musical for PBS. Upcoming: Ain’t Too Proud(Berkeley Rep), The Donna Summer Project (La Jolla), Arrabal (ART).
Robert De Niro is considered one of the greatest American actors of all time, and has produced, directed and starred in many iconic films. Mr. De Niro won the 1974 Academy Award® for Best Supporting Actor for his role in The Godfather: Part II and the 1980 Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in Raging Bull. Mr. De Niro received Academy Award nominations for Taxi Driver, The Deer Hunter, Awakenings, Cape Fear and Silver Linings Playbook. Mr. De Niro is a four-time New York Film Critics Circle Award winner for his work on Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas and Awakenings. In addition to winning the 1981 Golden Globe Award® for his work on Raging Bull and winning the 2011 Cecil B. DeMille Award, Mr. De Niro was nominated for a total of seven Golden Globe Awards. Mr. De Niro was nominated for six British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards. Mr. De Niro starred in many other films including Mean Streets, Bang the Drum, Analyze That, Meet the Fockers and more. Mr. De Niro made his Broadway debut in the 1986 play Cuba & His Teddy Bear. Mr. De Niro founded his own production company, Tribeca Film Center, and made his film directorial debut in 1993 with A Bronx Tale.
Jerry Zaks is currently represented on Broadway by Hello, Dolly! and Meteor Shower. Mr. Zaks has directed more than 30 productions in New York. He has received four Tony Awards and been nominated eight times. He has also received four Drama Desk Awards, two Outer Critics Circle Awards, and an Obie Award. His credits include Shows for Days, Sister Act, The Addams Family, Guys and Dolls, Six Degrees of Separation, Lend Me a Tenor, The House of Blue Leaves, The Front Page, A Funny Thing…Forum, Smokey Joe’s Café, Anything Goes, La Cage aux Folles, Little Shop of Horrors, The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Foreigner, A Bronx Tale, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, and the original production of Assassins. He began his career directing the extraordinary plays of Christopher Durang including Sister Mary Ignatius…, Beyond Therapy, Baby with the Bath Water, and The Marriage of Bette and Boo. He directed the award-winning film Marvin’s Room, starring Meryl Streep and Diane Keaton and Who Do You Love, which was featured in the Toronto Film Festival. Mr. Zaks is a founding member, and serves on the board, of the Ensemble Studio Theater. He graduated from Dartmouth in 1967, received an MFA from Smith College in 1969, and was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from Dartmouth in 1999. Zaks received the SDC’s George Abbott Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre and is a 2013 inductee to the Theatre Hall of Fame.
Based on the critically acclaimed play that inspired the now classic film, this streetwise musical will take you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s—where a young man is caught between the father he loves and the mob boss he’d love to be.
A Bronx Tale is directed by two-time Academy Award® winner Robert De Niro and four-time Tony Award® winner Jerry Zaks, written by Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri, with songs by eight-time Academy Award winner Alan Menken and three-time Tony Award nominee Glenn Slater, choreography by Tony nominee Sergio Trujillo, and produced by music mogul Tommy Mottola, The Dodgers (Jersey Boys, Matilda) and Tribeca Productions, and Evamere Entertainment.
Nick is thrilled to be recreating this iconic role on Broadway. He played Earl in the smash hit Waitress, before that Cheech in Woody Allen and Susan Stroman’s Bullets Over Broadway, for which he earned 2014 Tony and Drama Desk nominations and Outer Critics Circle and Theater World Awards. He also appeared as Dennis in Rock of Ages on Broadway and the 1st national tour. Off-Broadway: Nice Girl (Labyrinth), Brooklynite (Vineyard), The Toxic Avenger (New World Stages). Film/TV: “Queer As Folk,” “Lilyhammer,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Blue Bloods,” “A Stand Up Guy,” “Going in Style.” Nick dedicates his performance to his father, Eduardo Cordero.
Broadway: Jersey Boys (Tommy Devito), Wicked (Fiyero), Legally Blonde (Warner), The Wedding Singer (Glen Guglia), Hairspray (Link), Aida (Radames), Saturday Night Fever (Tony Manero), Rent (Roger), Matilda (Sergei), The Prince of Central Park (Prince), Macbeth (Boy Macduff), The Sound of Music (Friedrich), Teddy and Alice (Archie). National Tours: Wicked (Fiyero), Saturday Night Fever (Tony), Footloose (Chuck Cranston), The Sound of Music (Rolf). Film: Life of an Actress, The Factory, Any Day Now, Red light August. Numerous TV, Off-Broadway, commercial and radio credits. His favorite roles to date are that of husband and father to his amazing wife and son. @richardhblake
Broadway: Newsies (Jack Kelly u/s), Show Boat (New York Philharmonic). National Tour: Kinky Boots (Charlie Price). Select regional: Flat Rock Playhouse and Music Theatre Wichita. Numerous concerts across the country and Japan, including a performance for the Obamas at the White House. TV: “Deception” (ABC), Live From Lincoln Center (PBS). Proud graduate of Elon University (BFA Music Theatre). Love and thanks to the Bronx Tale family, Merri, Tara Rubin Casting, Laura, Innovative, Katie, Courtney, Leela, and especially the entire extended Kaplan family. For Dad and Popi: two men who taught me to live with love. Carpe diem! @AdamSKaplan
Broadway: Les Misérables, Leap Of Faith. National Tour: Les Misérables 25th Anniversary. Off-Broadway: Godspell. Regional: Papermill Playhouse: A Bronx Tale The Musical, Les Misérables. NY: Radio City: Sinatra, Carnegie Hall: Noel Coward, Mad About The Boy, Lincoln Center’s American Songbook Series: Alan Menken, Live From Lincoln Center: Billy Porter, City Center: Randy Newman’s Faust, Mariah Carey’s Christmas Special. TV: 2016 Miss America Pageant with Vanessa Williams, David Letterman, America’s Got Talent, The Tony Awards®. Lucia is a proud member of The Broadway Inspirational Voices. For my Bella. www.LuciaGiannetta.com Twitter: @LuciaGNewYork Insta: lucia_giannetta_
Broadway: Rocky. Off-Broadway: Love’s Labour’s Lost (The Public Theater), School For Scandal (The Red Bull Theater). National Tour: Chicago. Regional: The Last Goodbye (The Old Globe). TV: “Mozart In The Jungle.” The Boston Conservatory. Endless thanks to my amazing family & friends, this incredible creative team, BRS/GAGE, BoCo 2013, and Tara Rubin Casting. @bradgibson13
Christiani is overjoyed to be making her Broadway debut. Recent credits include: Rent, Aida, Big Fish, and Cabaret. Film appearances include: Big Momma’s House 3, Like Father Like Son. Christiani holds a BFA from The Florida State University. She would like to give all the glory to God, and thank her family, friends and team for their tremendous support along this journey. FJE www.christianipitts.com IG @christianiworld.
Broadway: Rocky (Angie, OBC), Jersey Boys, A Chorus Line (Trisha, OBC). National Tours: West Side Story (Anita 2010), Jersey Boys (Vegas, Chicago, 1st Nat), Les Misérables, Mamma Mia. Other: Old Globe, Goodspeed, Bucks County, ATL, Walnut Street, Olney. 2015 Jeff Award for her portrayal of Anita at Drury Lane. Stewart Talent NY.
Broadway: The Book Of Mormon. Off-Broadway: How The Grinch Stole Christmas (Young Max). Regional: The Scottsboro Boys (Ozie Powell/Ruby Bates, dir. Susan Stroman), The Color Purple (Harpo, dir. Mark Clements). Workshops/Readings: Pope (dir. Peter Flynn), Saint Joan (dir. Alex Timbers). Love my family. Love my Jessie.
Broadway: Danny, Grease. Vegas: Gyp DeCarlo, Jersey Boys. National tour: Grease! Off-Broadway: Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, Nunsense. Regional: Guys and Dolls, Beauty and the Beast. TV: “Another World,” Joe Carlino (series regular), “All My Children,” “Law & Order.” Voice: Grand Theft Auto IV. Film: producer, Migraine (short), 2012 Tribeca Film Festival.
Excited to make his Broadway debut. National tour: Man Of La Mancha. Regional: A Bronx Tale The Musical (Paper Mill Playhouse). Film: The Amazing Spider-Man, Career Opportunities In Organized Crime. TV: “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Gotham,” “Unforgettable.” Manager: Cyd Levin & Associates. Thanks Mom, Dad & Bre.
Broadway Debut! This Ohio native’s credits include: National Tours: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (swing); Flashdance The Musical (KiKi); Regional: Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Cinderella); TV: Fox’s “American Idol” 11-13. Enormous thanks to Mom, Dad and Auntie Tee for their continuous love and support. Special thanks to SW Artist. Isaiah 40:28-31
Broadway: Amazing Grace, Spamalot, Titanic, Sally Marr…and her escorts, Me and My Girl. Tours: Mary Poppins, Spamalot, Funny Girl, My Fair Lady. Off-Broadway: Pirates!, Gimpl Tam, Theda Bara & the Frontier Rabbi, Eating Raoul. Regional: 39 Steps, Diary of Anne Frank, Lost in Yonkers, Animal Crackers, Hamlet.
Original: .22 Calibre Mouth, Avenue X, Falsettos, Assassins. Film: Parralax, Murder 101, Two Bits, The Associate, Crossings, Anastasia. Directors: James Foley, Donald Petrie, Diane Paulus, Mark Brokaw, Graciela Daneille, Jerry Zaks. Exec Prod/Creator: Fox Pilot “Inside Jokes.” Award-winning coach/teacher of actors, directors, producers. Uta Hagen protégé. Love to parents/actors Ted & Betty Brunetti.
Broadway debut! National Tours: Matilda (Original Cast), Beauty and the Beast (Silly Girl). Favorites: Rock of Ages (NCL, Constance, Dance Captain, u/s Regina); WSS (Clarice, Dance Captain, u/s Anybodys), A Bronx Tale (Dance Captain), Elf, Hairspray (Paper Mill); The Music Man (Zaneeta, Maltz Jupiter Theatre). Endless thanks and love to this incredible creative team, Tara Rubin Casting, Tommy, Dodgers, Bloc, friends and family. Dreams do come true!
Broadway: Groundhog Day, She Loves Me (Busboy), Newsies, Matilda. NY/ Tours: Radio City New York Spring Spectacular (Assistant Choreographer), Steps in Time with Tommy Tune, Matilda, Beauty and the Beast, Cats. PBS: “She Loves Me”. BFA: FSU. LOVE to Tara Rubin Casting, Professional Artists, AB’s and my family!
Rory is truly humbled to be a part of this original Broadway cast. Broadway: Jersey Boys (Hank/Tommy u/s). TV Commercial: “Jersey Boys” (Tommy DeVito). Cruise Ship: Rock of Ages (first cast Joey Primo). Regional: Chicago (The MUNY), Jesus Christ Superstar (PCLO). Voiceovers: Pokémon (Cameron). Love to my family. www.soundcloud.com/rorymaxkaplan
HUDSON LOVERRO (Young Calogero at certain performances) is thrilled to return to the role he originated just over a year ago! Credits: Assassins (NYCC, Billy), Ragtime on Ellis Island (Little Boy), Kinky Boots National Tour (Young Charlie), A Christmas Story (PMP, Randy). Thanks to Merri Sugarman, the A Bronx Tale team, Lisa Calli, Barry Kolker, Justin Reamy, Janine Molinari, Mom, Dad, Audrey, Chloe. @hudson_loverro
A Chorus Line and Peter Pan on Broadway. (Lippa’s) Wild Party Off-Broadway. Starred in Swing! for Jerry Zaks then took brief 15-year break to build buildings in Harlem. Thanks to Tara Rubin Casting for opening my email and making this happen. For Taylor and Jillian, the most amazing kids…in the world…ever!
Janelle is thrilled to rep her hometown of the Bronx in her Broadway debut! Off-Broadway: Soul Doctor. Int’l Tour: HAIR. Regional: Fulton Theatre, Maine State Music Theatre, 11th Hour Theater Co. UPenn grad. Infinite thanks to God, my loving family, and my incredible friends. Jeremiah 29:11 www.janellemcdermoth.com @janellemcdrmth
Broadway Debut!! H-Town! Regional: Jack in the World Premiere Musical Trevor, Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, Saturday Night Fever, La Cage aux Folles. Thank you Gray Talent, Cole, Cree-py, my VB’s and family. But most of all God!! Mama, this is for you! Hebrews 11:6 @jhardondishon
Broadway: Smokey Joe’s Cafe. National Tour: Aida (Zoser). Over 50 Televison and Film roles including the upcoming Ben Stiller directed Showtime miniseries, “Escape at Dannemora” with Benicio del Toro and Patricia Arquette. For Natasha, Selah and Canaan; you are every breath I take. All Glory to God!
Broadway debut. Off-Broadway: Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding (Vinnie). Regional: A Bronx Tale The Musical, Paper Mill Playhouse. Favorite productions include Chicago (Billy Flynn), The Fantasticks (El Gallo), The Producers (Max Bialystock), Sweeney Todd (Sweeney), and Taming of the Shrew (Petruchio). www.paulsalvatoriello.com
Broadway debut! Regional: Nice Work… (Jimmy Winter); Gypsy (North Carolina Theatre); Mary Poppins, Man of La Mancha (Pittsburgh CLO); Seussical, Gypsy (Chicago Shakespeare Theater). Thanks to HCKR, Mom, and all my teachers. Musical Theatre, The University of Michigan. @joseph_sammour
Broadway/NYC: Phantom of the Opera; Irma La Douce, Zorba!. Tour: West Side Story (Riff). Regional: Hunchback of Notre Dame (Paper Mill), Little Dancer (Merante) (Kennedy Center). Concert Dance: Merce Cunningham, Mark Morris, Twyla Tharp. Juilliard grad, ’04. www.JosephJSimeone.com
Broadway: Nice Work If You Can Get It; How To Succeed…, Drowsy Chaperone, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Follies (2001 Revival). Off-Broadway: Saturday Night, Summer of ’42. National Tours: Anything Goes, Happy Days, Thoroughly Modern Millie. Regional: MUNY, Williamstown, Gulfshore Playhouse, Goodspeed, Ogunquit, Phoenix Theatre, TUTS. Film: Providence, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, Audrey, Contradictions of The Heart. TV/Web: “Person Of Interest,” “The Knick,” “Numb3rs,” and “Alphabet Boys.” www.joeysorge.com
Broadway/National Tours: Cats, Chicago, Legally Blonde, Cabaret, Elf, West Side Story, Flashdance. Film/TV: Are You Joking?, That’s What She Said, “Sas & Jake,” “The Battery’s Down.” BFA: UMich – Go Blue! Thanks: family, friends, Cory, 44WEST, Sergio, Merri, Bronx team!
Cary’s a proud graduate of Pebblebrook High School and The University of Michigan. Broadway: The Times They Are A-Changin’, Memphis, Big Fish, Honeymoon In Vegas, Dames At Sea. National Tour: West Side Story. Regional: St. Louis MUNY, Pittsburgh CLO, Music Theatre Wichita, North Shore Theatre, The Alliance, GEVA, Arrow Rock Lyceum.
Broadway/NYC: Cinderella (Dance Captain), Trip of Love, Zorba (Associate Choreographer). Tours: West Side Story, A Chorus Line (Bebe). Favorite Regional: A Bronx Tale, Les Miserables (Eponine), 42nd Street (Peggy Sawyer). Glory to God! Thanks to this team, CESD, and my incredible family!
Broadway debut! Raised in Georgia and California, Keith moved to New York after training in Boston. Other credits include Jersey Boys 2nd National (Knuckles) and A Bronx Tale at Paper Mill Playhouse (Slick). Thanks to my incredible family and friends, BRS, Emily Gates and Lisa Sheldon. Art brings people together!
Broadway Debut! Regional: The Wiz, Guys & Dolls (Oregon Shakespeare Festival). NYC Workshops: Ain’t Too Proud: The Temptations Musical. Other credits: Tap: The Show (Matt Davenport Productions). Thank you Mom, Dad, Cory & Tara Rubin Casting. @CyoungOnStage
Forty years of arranging, music direction and supervision, including 18 Broadway shows and productions spanning the world. Winner of a Helpmann Award (Australia’s Tony) for music direction on Jersey Boys, music supervisor of Jersey Boys film, associate producer of Jersey Boys cast and Christmas albums. As a composer: Fourtune (Off-Broadway), The Silver Swan (NEA Fellowship), The Missing Peace (Washington’s Capitol Fringe), Early One Morning (liturgical one-woman musical), two Harvard Hasty Pudding shows, a gospel-based Requiem, songs for “Saturday Night Live” and the novelty single “Disco Clone.” Education: Harvard (Philosophy), Westminster (Choral Conducting). Now Californian. Thanks and love to Alexandra and Jake.
Broadway: Act One (Tony Award), The Scottsboro Boys (Tony nomination), Thérèse Raquin (Tony nomination), Hand to God, On the Town, Sondheim on Sondheim, … Spelling Bee, LoveMusik, Rock of Ages, Chaplin, Bronx Bombers, Grace, The Two and Only. Off-Broadway: One hundred shows including The Toxic Avenger, The Last Five Years, Miss Julie and many shows at the Belmont Italian American Playhouse in the Bronx. Other designs: The Seven Deadly Sins (New York City Ballet) and the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. He received a 2007 Obie Award for sustained excellence.
Current Broadway: Chicago, now in its twentieth year! Other Broadway credits include On the Twentieth Century, Cabaret (2014 and 1998 revivals), Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway, Pal Joey, Grey Gardens, The Producers, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Boy From Oz, Hairspray, Contact, The Music Man, Crazy for You, Guys and Dolls, Nine. Mr. Long has been nominated for 15 Tony Awards, winning six times. He was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame in 2005, and recently served a four-year term as chairman of the American Theatre Wing. www.williamiveylong.com
Broadway: Hamilton (2016 Tony winner), After Midnight (2014 Tony nomination), How to Succeed… starring Daniel Radcliffe (2011 Tony Nomination), West Side Story (2009 Tony nomination), Gypsy starring Patti LuPone, In the Heights (2008 Tony nomination), Jersey Boys (2006 Tony winner), Avenue Q, The Full Monty, Parade, Kiss of the Spider Woman (1993 Tony nomination). Also the Joffrey Ballet’s Billboards, co-founder and resident lighting designer for Parsons Dance. Proud recipient of the 1993 Sir Laurence Olivier and Canadian Dora Awards for Kiss of The Spider Woman; 2006 Henry Hewes Design Award and Outer Critics Circle Award for Jersey Boys; 2016 Henry Hewes Design Award for Hamilton.
Received Olivier Awards for Memphis and Merrily We Roll Along, nominations for Top Hat and End of the Rainbow. Tony nominations for A Little Night Music and End of the Rainbow. Currently: A Bronx Tale and Come From Away on Broadway; Disney’s Little Mermaid; Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame; Sister Act; Disney’s Beauty and the Beast; Cinderella; Schikaneder; Mrs. Henderson Presents and Singin’ in the Rain worldwide; Bat Out of Hell, 42nd Street, Strictly Ballroom, Wind in the Willows, In the Heights and Impossible, all in London’s West End. More than 250 other commercial musicals around the world.
London-born Paul Huntley has worked on hundreds of Broadway shows since his 1972 arrival in New York, most memorably the original productions of Amadeus, Cats, Evita, Les Misérables, Sweeney Todd, The Producers and Hairspray. A recipient of Drama Desk and Tony Awards, he has also worked with some of the most legendary leading ladies of the cinema, ranging from Bette Davis, Marlene Dietrich and Vivien Leigh to Jane Fonda, Glenn Close, Jessica Lange and Scarlett Johansson. Current Broadway shows include The Cherry Orchard.
Broadway: On the Twentieth Century, On Your Feet!, Disaster!, It Shoulda Been You. Hair and makeup design: The Wolves (Playwrights); The Sandbox, Drowning and Funnyhouse of a Negro (Signature Theatre); Wagner’s Ring Cycle, Little Dancer (Kennedy Center); Dog Days (Prototype Festival); Silent Night (Atlanta Opera); new productions of La Bohème, Norma, The Force of Destiny, Nabucco and Phillip Glass’ premiere of Appomattox (Washington National Opera); Orpheé, Lost in the Stars, Carmen, A Blizzard on Marblehead Neck (Glimmerglass Festival); co-director of Elsen Associates, designers for many opera and theater companies. Upcoming: Dead Man Walking, Madama Butterfly (Washington National Opera); Kát’a Kabanová (Juilliard).
Has choreographed movement and crafted violence for award-winning theatre productions, internationally acclaimed opera houses and films, developing unique and exciting performances of dance, clowning, aerial acrobatics, puppetry and martial art. Broadway: Hand to God. Off-Broadway: Important Hats of the Twentieth Century (MTC), Verité (LCT3), Teenage Dick (The Public), Hand to God (MCC/EST), Things of Dry Hours (New York Theatre Workshop), Butcher of Baraboo (Second Stage Theatre). Regional: A Bronx Tale: The Musical (Paper Mill Playhouse), Julius Caesar (Utah Shakespeare Festival), Bedroom Farce (Westport County Playhouse), The Game’s Afoot (Asolo Rep). Opera: Tosca (NYC Opera). Film: Victoriana, The Key Man, Fall Down Dead.
More than 95 Broadway productions and tours. Recent: Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812; The Encounter; Hamilton; Aladdin. HTA is a member of Neil A. Mazzella’s Hudson family, which includes Hudson Scenic Studio. Joining Neil on the HTA team are Sam Ellis, Jillian Oliver, Kyle Ferguson and Irene Wang.
Three-time Tony Award winner. Broadway: It Shoulda Been You, Bullets Over Broadway (Tony nomination), Rocky, On a Clear Day…, Sister Act, How to Succeed… (Tony nomination), Elf, Young Frankenstein (Drama Desk nomination), Tarzan, Dracula, Thoroughly Modern Millie (2002 Tony, Drama Desk Awards), The Producers (2001 Tony, Drama Desk Awards), Seussical, The Music Man (Drama Desk, Tony nominations), Fosse (1999 Tony), Big (Drama Desk nomination), Damn Yankees (Drama Desk nomination). International: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Guys and Dolls. Off-Broadway: Carrie, Weird Romance. Regional: Little Dancer, Anastasia. Film/television: Beauty and the Beast, “Peter Pan Live!,” “The Sound of Music Live!,” Frozen, Mulan, Chicago.
Broadway: Jersey Boys (Associate Musical Supervisor, eight productions, four continents), Swing! (Musical Direction, dance/vocal arrangements, original songs, Tony/Grammy nominations), Imaginary Friends (Associate Musical Director), Thoroughly Modern Millie, On Your Feet. Favorite regional: Little Shop of Horrors original national tour, Sweeney Todd and Strike Up the Band at Goodspeed, and Paper Mill Playhouse. Other NY: Douglas Cohen’s The Gig (2014 NYMF Outstanding Musical Direction). Training: Loyola NOLA, Berklee (BM, Professional Music) and Manhattan (MM, Jazz Studies). For helping me avoid “wasted talent,” thanks to Ron Melrose, Dodgers and of course Sheila, Ian and Emmet and Bill and Steve.
Three time Grammy-nominated producer, composer, arranger and vocalist who has scored numerous feature films, acted as musical director for the hit series “Boardwalk Empire” and “Vinyl,” scored national TV commercials and performed as a virtuosic guitarist in more than 1,000 shows with a Who’s Who of the music industry.
More than 100 Broadway shows. Recent: Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812; Holiday Inn; The Cherry Orchard; Waitress; Something Rotten!; Beautiful; Jersey Boys. Musician (bass): Leonard Cohen, Eric Clapton, Frank Sinatra. His album Stage Door Johnny – John Miller: Takes on Broadway is available on PS Classics Records. www.johnmillerbass.com
Credits include Hello, Dolly! (Broadway), Meteor Shower (Broadway), A Bronx Tale (Broadway & Paper Mill Playhouse), Sister Act (Broadway, First National Tour), Shows For Days (Lincoln Center Theatre) Randy Newman’s Harps and Angels (Center Theatre Group), and Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Center Theatre Group). Love and thanks to Jerry and Bob, the Dodgers, Tommy, Chazz, Alan, Glenn, Sergio, Beverly…and always Mom, Dad and David.
Choreographer: Play It Cool (Off-B’way), Man of La Mancha (Stratford), Once on This Island (Toronto, Dora Award), Tonya & Nancy (NYMF), “Degrassi,” Vogue magazine. Assistant: Jesus Christ Superstar (Broadway), We Will Rock You (national tour). Associate: Once on This Island, A Bronx Tale (Paper Mill), Freaky Friday and Hands on a Hardbody (workshops), “Elementary” (CBS). marckimelman.com
Selected Broadway: Falsettos, Dear Evan Hansen, Cats, Disaster!, School of Rock, Doctor Zhivago, It Shoulda Been You, Gigi, Bullets Over Broadway, Aladdin, Les Misérables, Mothers and Sons, The Heiress, How to Succeed…, A Little Night Music, Billy Elliot, Shrek, Young Frankenstein, Mary Poppins, Spamalot, …Spelling Bee, The Producers, Mamma Mia!, Jersey Boys, The Phantom of the Opera.
Working stage manager for more than 25 years. Broadway highlights include Fully Committed, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, In the Heights, Avenue Q, The Lion King, Noise/Funk, Miss Saigon. Roundabout: Machinal, Bad Jews, If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet. Proud Howard University graduate. Life is good. AVID!
Broadway: Fully Committed, Amazing Grace, Matilda, Chaplin, Billy Elliot, Bonnie & Clyde. Tours: Evita, American Idiot. Off-Broadway: Clinton the Musical, Signature Theatre Company. Regional: A Bronx Tale at Paper Mill Playhouse, Williamstown Theatre Festival. Events: Billboard, Samsung, Victoria’s Secret and more. Love to Mom, Dad, Jules and the family. Carnegie Mellon University.
Broadway: Honeymoon In Vegas. New York: Lincoln Center Festival. Tours: West Side Story, Spring Awakening. Over 20 productions at Paper Mill Playhouse including West Side Story, Little Shop of Horrors, Smokey Joe’s Café and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. International: West Side Story (Japan), Race for Love (China).