“HADESTOWN” - - AmNews Curtain Raiser


Monday, August 9, 2021





















Producers Mara IsaacsDale FranzenHunter Arnold, and Tom Kirdahy announced casting for both the Broadway and North American touring productions of Hadestown, the Tony Award®-winning Best New Musical and winner of the 2020 Grammy Award® for Best Musical Theater Album, as the cast of the Broadway production gathers today for the production’s first post-shutdown rehearsal.


When the Broadway production of Hadestown takes the stage of the Walter Kerr Theatre (219 West 48th Street) on Thursday, September 2, making it the first musical to play the rialto in more than 18 months, it will be led by original Broadway cast members Grammy Award winner Reeve Carney as Orpheus, Tony Award winner André De Shields as Hermes, Tony Award nominee and Outer Critics Circle Award winner Amber Gray as Persephone, and two-time Tony Award nominee Eva Noblezada as Eurydice. Joining the Broadway cast for a limited engagement will be Tony Award nominee Tom Hewitt. Hewitt will play the role of Hades until original Broadway cast member and Tony Award nominee Patrick Page, who is in production for a new film project, returns on Tuesday, November 2.


They are joined by Jewelle BlackmanJessie Shelton, and Mariand Torres as the Fates. The chorus of Workers is played by Anthony Chatmon IIAfra HinesTimothy HughesJohn KrauseTrent Saunders, and Kim Steele. The cast includes swings Malcolm ArmwoodAdam HyndmanTara JacksonYael “YaYa” ReichT. Oliver Reid, and Khaila Wilcoxon.



Tickets for Hadestown on Broadway are available at www.seatgeek.com/hadestown-tickets or by visiting the Walter Kerr Theatre box office (219 West 48th Street).


The North American touring production of Hadestown will star Drama Desk Award® nominee Nicholas Barasch as Orpheus, Morgan Siobhan Green as Eurydice, Tony Award winner Levi Kreis as Hermes, Kimberly Marable as Persephone, and Olivier Award® nominee Kevyn Morrow as Hades.


The Fates will be played by Belén MoyanoBex Odorisio, and Shea Renne. The Workers Chorus will feature Lindsey HailesChibueze IhuomaWill MannSydney Parra, and Jamari Johnson Williams. The swings for the touring production will include Kimberly ImmanuelAlex LugoEddie Noel Rodríguez, and Nathan Salstone.



The North American tour of Hadestown will kick off with its official opening taking place Friday, October 15, at Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center for a three-week engagement and continue to over 30 cities in its first season with more to be announced shortly. Prior to the Kennedy Center run, the tour will have a week-long stop at Greenville, South Carolina’s Peace Center (Tuesday, October 5 – Sunday, October 10). For the latest tour route and other information, please visit: www.hadestown.com/tour


Hadestown is written by celebrated singer-songwriter and Tony Award winner Anaïs Mitchell and developed with innovative director and Tony Award winner Rachel Chavkin.


Following two intertwining love stories — that of young dreamers Orpheus and Eurydice, and that of King Hades and his wife Persephone — Hadestown invites audiences on a hell-raising journey to the underworld and back. Mitchell’s beguiling melodies and Chavkin’s poetic imagination pit industry against nature, doubt against faith and fear against love. Performed by a vibrant ensemble of actors, dancers, and singers, Hadestown delivers a deeply resonant and defiantly hopeful theatrical experience.


The show originated as Mitchell’s indie theater project that toured Vermont which she then turned into an acclaimed album. With Chavkin, her artistic collaborator, Hadestown has been transformed into a genre-defying new musical that blends modern American folk music with New Orleans-inspired jazz to reimagine a sweeping ancient tale. Welcome to Hadestown, “Broadway’s epic celebration of music, togetherness, and hope.” (Forbes).


Hadestown was the most honored show of the 2018-2019 season. In addition to the show’s eight Tony Awards including Best Musical, it has been honored with four Drama Desk Awards, six Outer Critics Circle Awards including Outstanding New Broadway Musical, and the Drama League Award for Outstanding Production of a Musical. The show is already the highest-grossing musical in the history of the Walter Kerr Theatre.


Hadestown marks the first time in over a decade that a woman has been the solo author of a musical: writing the music, lyrics, and book, and is the fourth time in Broadway history a woman has accomplished this creative feat. It also marks the first time in Broadway history that a show’s female composer and female director both won Tony Awards for their work.


The creative team for Broadway features Tony Award winner Rachel Hauck (set design), four-time Tony Award nominee Michael Krass (costume design), two-time Tony Award winner Bradley King (lighting design), Tony Award winners Nevin Steinberg and Jessica Paz (sound design), Obie Award® winner and Chita Rivera Award® winner David Neumann (choreography), Liam Robinson (music direction and vocal arrangements), Tony Award winners Michael Chorney and Todd Sickafoose (arrangements and orchestrations), Ken Cerniglia (dramaturgy), and Stewart/Whitley (casting).


The Grammy Award-winning Original Broadway Cast Recording of Hadestown from Sing It Again Records is available on CD, vinyl and streaming. The album was released digitally in the summer of 2019, and topped Billboard’s Broadway Cast Recording chart, and debuted at #8 on the Top Album chart. The CD edition features a 64-page booklet and a two-disc set, while the triple vinyl edition features a 16-page booklet. Both editions include complete song lyrics and never before seen photos of the Hadestown cast and creative team in the studio, and other exclusive content.


Last fall, Mitchell released Working On A Song: The Lyrics of Hadestown, an illuminating book of lyrics and stories about her more than decade’s long process of building the musical from the ground up. Working On A Song is available from Penguin Random House.


Hadestown electrified audiences with its 2016 world premiere at New York Theatre Workshop, which is the longest-running show in that celebrated theater’s 40-year history. The production then received its Canadian premiere at Edmonton’s Citadel Theatre in 2017 and then a 2018 sold-out engagement at the London’s National Theatre prior to Broadway. Hadestown was developed with funding from the Eli and Edythe Broad Stage at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center and was further developed by The Ground Floor at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Hadestown was co-conceived by Ben t. Matchstick.



Broadway Safety Protocols


Broadway is committed to providing healthy and safe facilities for audiences, performers, and staff.


All Broadway theaters will require vaccinations for audience members, as well as performers, backstage crew, and theatre staff. Masks will also be required for audiences inside the theater, except while eating or drinking in designated locations.


Guests for all performances through Sunday, October 31 will need to be fully vaccinated with an FDA or WHO authorized vaccine in order to attend a show and must show proof of vaccination at their time of entry into the theater with their valid ticket.


Exceptions are being made for children under 12 and people with a medical condition or closely held religious belief that prevents vaccination. These guests must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of the performance start time, or a negative COVID-19 antigen test taken within 6 hours of the performance start time. www.jujamcyn.com/broadwayreturn/#covid19





Reeve Carney (Orpheus) previously starred in Hadestown at the Citadel and National Theatre. Carney is best known as Dorian Gray in Showtime’s hit series “Penny Dreadful” and for originating the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the smash Broadway production Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, a role that he was hand-picked for by Julie Taymor and U2’s Bono and The Edge. Last seen in FOX’s “The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again.” Film credits include House of Gucci, The Tempest, and Snow Falling on Cedars. Recordings include his debut solo album, Youth is Wasted (five independent Music Awards including Best Album) and Mr. Green Vol. 1 with the band Carney. In 2020 he launched Quarantine Effects USA; an electronic effects pedal company of effects designed and hand-built by Reeve himself.


André De Shields (Hermes). A showstopper at age 75, André De Shields was the triple-crown winner of the 2019 award season, garnering Tony, Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk, and Grammy Awards for his universally praised role as Messenger to the Gods, Hermes, in Hadestown. In an unparalleled career spanning more than half a century, De Shields has distinguished himself as an actor, director, philanthropist, and educator. His defining theatrical performances include roles in the original Broadway productions of The Full Monty (Tony Award nomination), Play On! (Tony Award nomination), Ain't Misbehavin' (Emmy Award), and the titular role in The Wiz. Ubuntu! www.andredeshields.com.


Amber Gray (Persephone). Hadestown (National, Citadel, NYTW); Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 (Broadway, Kazino, Ars Nova); Daniel Fish’s Oklahoma! (Bard SummerScape); An Octoroon (TFANA, Soho Rep, P.S.122); and Taylor Mac’s A 24 Decade History of Popular Music: 1900’s–1950s (NYLA/UTR). Gray is a member of The TEAM and has co-developed and performed in their Mission Drift, Primer for a Failed Superpower and the upcoming Reconstruction. Gray can always be found with the activist groups and show Reverend Billy and The Church of Stop Shopping. TV/Film: “Escape at Dannemora, “Underground Railroad,” “Submissions Only,” “Where There’s Smoke,”“Master,” “Heartworm.” MFA: NYU.


Tom Hewitt (Hades). Broadway credits include Chicago, Amazing Grace, Dr. Zhivago, Jesus Christ Superstar, Dracula the Musical, The Rocky Horror Show (Tony, Drama Desk nominations), The Lion King, Art, The Sisters Rosensweig. Off-Broadway:  Aaron Marks’ Another Media, Treasure Island, Jeffrey, Beau Jest (Outer Critics nomination), Richard III, Othello. National Tours: Finding Neverland, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby, Urinetown. Recent Regional credits: Sweeney Todd (Provincetown Theatre), I Hate Hamlet (Bucks County), The Sting (Papermill Playhouse), My Paris (Long Wharf), Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (La Jolla Playhouse). TV and Film include “Elementary,” “Law & Order,” “Frasier,” and Julie Taymor’s Fools’ Fire.


Eva Noblezada (Eurydice) previously starred in Hadestown at National Theatre in London. She recently starred in the acclaimed indie film, Yellow Rose. Noblezada previously starred on Broadway in the title role of Miss Saigon, receiving a Tony nomination. She also starred in the West End revivals of Miss Saigon and Les Misérables. She received an Imagen Award nomination for her recent role in “Law & Order: SVU” and stars in the upcoming film, Easter Sunday. Noblezada was a high school student in Charlotte, NC, when she was discovered by casting director Tara Rubin at the 2013 Jimmy Awards in New York City.


Jewelle Blackman (Fate, u/s Persephoneis thankful to be returning to Hadestown “with the world back into tune”…. A new tune where all voices are heard. A native of Toronto, Canada, past credits include the Canadian Companies of Hadestown; The Lion King; We Will Rock You; Caroline, or Change; Dreamgirls; and three seasons at the Stratford Festival. Television/Film: “Ghostwriter,” “The Coroner,” “Frankie Drake,” “Nine Lives.” Jewelle continues crafting her new musicals Boy Boy and The Magic Drum and The Trials and Triumphs of A Tar Baby. Gratitude always for friends and family. For Zion. jewelleblackman.com. IG: @elleshelley


Jessie Shelton (Fate, u/s Eurydice) is thrilled to step into the role she originated Off-Broadway in Hadestown at NYTWTheatre: Waitress (first national tour), Conflict (Mint Theater), Cruel Intentions Musical (Le Poisson Rouge), Futurity (Soho Rep/Ars Nova), Salome (JACK). Film: Feast of the Epiphany. Podcast: Shipworm, Orbiting Human Circus of the Air, 36 Questions; the podcast musical. jessieshelton.com.


Mariand Torres (Fate). Broadway: WickedIn Transit. Tour/International: Wicked, Prince of Broadway (Japan World Premiere, directed by Harold Prince/Susan Stroman). Off-Broadway: Natasha, Pierre & Great Comet of 1812School of Rock. Select Regional: Evita and Fun Home (Kansas City Rep); Giant (Signature); Spamalot (Ogunquit Playhouse). TV: “Madam Secretary.” Thanks to Rachel, Stewart/Whitley, & HCKR. Love to Nick and my family. 


Malcolm Armwood (Swing). Broadway debut! National tour: Motown the MusicalSmokey Joe’s Cafe. Regional: The Black Clown; Grease; Ragtime; Kiss Me, Kate; Show Boat. Praises to God who never fails! Much love to Dad, Mom, McKenzie, family, and friends. Special thanks to Danny at Hudson Artist Agency. ECU Alum. Instagram: @marmwood214


Anthony Chatmon II (Worker, u/s Orpheus, u/s Hermes). Broadway: Be More Chill (u/s Michael, Rich, Jake). Tours: Fiasco Theater’s Into the Woods (Cinderella’s Prince), The Book of Mormon. Upcoming Film: Kenny Jenkins in A Jenkins Family Christmas directed by Robin Givens. TV: “Invasion” on AppleTV+, “The Other Two,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Blue Bloods.” Thanks to God, Hadestown team, Sherry, S/W, and family. IG: @anthonychatmonjr


Afra Hines (Worker, u/s Persephone) Broadway credits include Summer, The Donna Summer Musical (u/s Disco Donna), Shuffle Along… (Astaire Award for Outstanding Ensemble in a Broadway Show), MotownSoul DoctorGhostIn The Heights (ACCA Award for Outstanding Broadway Chorus), Wicked. National Tours: Hamilton. Television: “Fosse/Verdon”, “Boardwalk Empire”. Other: The Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Rockette). www.afrahines.com @afrahines


Adam Hyndman (Swing). He/him is a multi-hyphenate Broadway performer (Once On This Island, Aladdin), producer (The Inheritance, Drama Desk & Tony Nomination), and activist (chair of the board for Broadway For Racial Justice & co-founder of the Industry Standard Group). Love to Bradley and my community! Isaiah 41:10. @Adam_Hyndman www.adamhyndman.com


Timothy Hughes (Worker, u/s Hades). Broadway/NYC: original Pabbie in FrozenChaplin: The Musical, Paint Your Wagon at Encores! Film/TV: The Strongman in The Greatest Showman (20th Century Fox), Blood Bound. National tour Chitty Chitty…  productions at Goodspeed Opera, The Muny, Music Theatre Wichita, Fulton Theatre. NYU/CAP21 grad. Thanks to his incredible family, friends and Talent House. @timothyrhughes, creator of @performerspuzzle (come dance!) For Dad. 


Tara Jackson (Swingu/s Fatesis honored to be making her Broadway debut in Hadestown! Hailing from Calgary, Alberta, she is an honors graduate from Berklee College of Music. Favorite credits include her three-time award-winning performances of Celie in The Color Purple and Hadestown’s Canadian premiere. Much love to Steven and family. @taraatee


John Krause (Worker, u/s Orpheus) is thrilled that his first OBC is with this incredible ensemble of Hadestown! Broadway: Fun Home (u/s Roy and others). Touring/regional: Wicked (ensemble/u/s Fiyero), Newsies (Davy, Music Circus), Rock of Ages (Drew, Las Vegas), and American Idiot (ensemble/u/s Johnny, Will, Tunny). BFA: Boston Conservatory. Love always to Mom, Dad, and Molly. For my Yaya. @johnakrause


Yael “YaYa” Reich (Swing, u/s Fates) is a multi-dimensional, multi-disciplinary, multi-creative artist. YaYa is thrilled to be debuting on Broadway in Hadestown. National Tours: Evita (Eva), Rent 20th AnniversaryMamma Mia! Farewell. NYC: Phish New Year’s Eve 2020 @ MSG. Filled with gratitude for an unwavering support system, deep breaths, & the beauty of an unpredictable journey. ¥^¥^.


Trent Saunders (Workeru/s Orpheusu/s Hermes) is grateful for the chance, joining this incredible company. He has been building some exciting things with his cohort and family of collaborators, The Saunders Collective (thesaunderscollective.com). Favorite credits: Evita (Che), Aladdin (OBC), American Idiot (St. Jimmy). Love to Tree, the Delfinitas, Mike, the family, and all of you. Let’s tell the story! @trensaun


Kim Steele (Worker) is grateful to be “livin’ it up” again with Hadestown. Broadway: Summer, My Fair Lady (Lincoln Center). Off-Broadway: Only Human, Jerry Springer: The Opera. National tour: Motown (u/s Diana Ross). Select regional: Hair (Hollywood Bowl), Carrie (Los Angeles Theatre). Proud UCLA alum. Follow along @heykimsteele


T. Oliver Reid (Swingu/s Hades, u/s Hermes). @toliverreid Broadway show #13 for this award-winning artist. Broadway: Kiss Me, KateFolliesThoroughly Modern MillieNever Gonna DanceLa Cage Aux FollesChicagoThe Wedding SingerMary PoppinsSister ActAfter MidnightSunset BoulevardOnce On This Island. TV/Film: The Sixth Reel, “Sex & The City,” “The Blacklist.” Educator @nyugradacting @columbiamfaacting @ridermusicaltheatre


Khaila Wilcoxon (Swing, u/s Eurydice, u/s Fate) recently made her Broadway debut in the Ruben and Clay’s First Annual Christmas Carol Family Fun Pageant Spectacular Reunion Show in December 2018. A Kenosha, Wisconsin native who graduated in 2018 from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. She would like to thank her family and agency for their support on this journey to Broadway. Follow her journey on Instagram @K_Anye23.





Nicholas Barasch (Orpheus). Broadway: She Loves Me (Theatre World Award; Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Award nominations), The Mystery of Edwin Drood, West Side Story. Off-Broadway/NY: A Child’s Christmas in Wales (Irish Repertory Theatre), Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (City Center Encores!), Anna Nicole: The Opera (BAM/New York City Opera). Regional: Delaware Theatre Company, the Ahmanson Theatre, the National Theatre. TV/Film: “Bull” (CBS), “The Backyardigans” (Nickelodeon), “How to Make it in America” (HBO), Low Tide (A24), She Loves Me (Great Performances on PBS). IG: @nick_barasch. TW: @NickBarasch. For Grandma Joan.


Morgan Siobhan Green (Eurydice). Broadway: Be More Chill. Regional: Moby Dick (American Repertory Theatre), Between the Lines (KC Rep, 92Y). NY Theater: Folk Wandering (ART NY), Sweetee (Signature). TV: Zuri on “The Bold Type” (Freeform), “Because I’m Me” (The Avalanches). Thanks to Stewart/Whitley, MSA, 44West and the entire HadesTEAM. For my family and Pip. @morgansiobhan


Levi Kreis (Hermes) is a Tony Award-winning actor known for originating the role of Jerry Lee Lewis in Broadway’s Million Dollar Quartet. The role won Levi the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor, an Outer Critics Circle Award and a Drama League Nomination. Other credits include the Tony-nominated revival of Violet, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Pump Boys & Dinettes, and Rent. Films include Frailty, The Divide, and A Very Sordid Wedding. Levi is host of “The Church of Kreis” podcast and a singer/songwriter featured in various television shows. Sign up at levikreis.com for music releases and tour dates. FB/IG: @levikreis


Kimberly Marable (Persephone). Direct from the original Broadway company of Hadestown, Kimberly is thrilled to be Our Lady of the Underground. Additional Broadway/Touring credits include The Lion King, where she understudied Nala and Shenzi, The Book of MormonSister ActDreamgirlsHairspray, and The Wedding Singer. She has appeared on CBS' “FBI” and “Bull” and NPR Music's Tiny Desk Concert series. You can also hear her as Lorelai in the Netflix anime series, “Cannon Busters,” and as a promotional voice for a number of TV networks. Brooklyn born and raised. Dartmouth College grad. Love always to fam, CLA, MA. Salaams! @misskimizzo


Kevyn Morrow (Hades). Broadway: Moulin RougeColor PurpleBandstandScarlet PimpernelDreamSmokey Joe's CafeChorus LineDreamgirlsLeader of the Pack. West End: Ragtime (Olivier Best Actor nominee), 125th Street. Off-Broadway: Man for All SeasonsBoys in the BandWhile I Yet Live. Regional: Lion in WinterFirst Wives Club (NAACP Best Actor nominee), Driving Miss DaisyLes MisérablesRadio GolfGem of the OceanTambourine to Glory (Helen Hayes Best Actor nominee). Film: Fair Market ValueEstella ScroogeThe TradeStaying Alive. Television: Colin in “Black and White,” “When They See Us,” “The Path,” “Elementary,” “Ed,” “SVU,” “Instinct,” “Good Wife,” “L&O,” “Hostages.”


Belén Moyano (Fate). Off-Broadway: Assistants (Players Theatre). Select Regional: American Mariachi (TheatreSquared), The Prince of EgyptThe Hunchback of Notre DameTarzan (Tuacahn), In the Heights (Engeman). Bachelor of Music: Utah State University. Curriculum Designer and Executive Podcast Producer of “Edify Justice Advocates.” Born in Buenos Aires, she’s passionate about representation, Spanish-language projects, and accessible arts education. belenmoyano.com


Bex Odorisio (Fate) is delighted to be on the road to hell. Readings/Workshops: The Visitor (The Public Theater), The Road to Ruin (dir. Patricia Birch), One Way (Musical Theater Factory). Regional: A Midsummer Night's Dream (Helena). TV: “Dickinson.” BFA: NYU Tisch (Playwrights Horizons Theater School). Bex performs nationally with vintage vocal trio America's Sweethearts. All the beans to Timmy and Gusto! @benditlikebexy


Shea Renne (Fate, u/s Persephone). Broadway: Allegiance. Regional: Here Lies Love (Seattle Repertory Theatre); Alien/Nation (Williamstown Theatre Festival); South Pacific (Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Cape Playhouse, Music Theatre Wichita); The Hunchback of Notre DameMamma Mia!Little Shop of HorrorsFootloose (Fulton Theatre); Seussical the Musical (The Muny); Spring Awakening (Hangar Theatre); West Side Story (MTW). Training: The University of Michigan. Love to DGRW and mom!


Lindsey Hailes (Worker, u/s Persephone). Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter and dancer by way of Overland Park, Kansas. Has traveled across the U.S. in various musicals and performing her own music, available on streaming platforms under “Hailes.” She’s honored and excited to be part of Hadestown. Motto: “Good things take time.” Trust the process and enjoy the journey.


Chibueze Ihuoma (Worker, u/s Orpheus), he/him, is a Nigerian-American actor, musician and writer. A 2021 graduate of NYU Tisch, Chibueze is thrilled to be part of the Hadestown family! He recently was seen in Hangar Theatre’s production of Once (Andrej). University credits include Urinetown (Bobby Strong), The Wild Party (Mr. Black). chibuezeihuoma.com


Kimberly Immanuel (Swing, u/s Eurydice, u/s Fate). National Tour: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Off-Broadway: The Fantasticks, Heartbreak House, Pacific Overtures. Select Regional: 42nd Street (Drury Lane Theatre, the Ordway), Chasing Rainbows (Paper Mill Playhouse), Waterfall (Pasadena Playhouse, the 5th Avenue Theatre). BFA: NYU. Love to family, friends, the Hadestown team, Stewart/Whitley, and DGRW! kimberlyimmanuel.com. @kimmyimmanuel


Alex Lugo (Swing, u/s Fate) is so grateful that “spring has come again!” Recent credits: Rent 20th Anniversary Tour (Mimi Marquez u/s), An Officer & A Gentleman: The Musical (Casey Seegar). NYU/Tisch '20. Many thanks to CTG, Anonymous Content, Stewart/Whitley, and the Hadestown team. For my family and Ben, always.  alexmlugo.com. @alexmarialugo 


Will Mann (Worker, u/s Hades, u/s Hermes). Broadway: Oklahoma! (2019 Tony Award-winning revival, Mike) and Memphis (Bobby). National Tours: Memphis (Bobby), Billy Elliot (Mr. Braithwaite), Joseph... (dir./chor. Andy Blankenbuhler), Elf, and Wonderful Town. Film: Ricki and the Flash (starring Meryl Streep). VO: Aflac, Chase, Doritos, and Square Terminal. Thank you to CLA! @UUILLMANN


Sydney Parra (Worker, u/s Eurydice, u/s Fate). National tour debut! Off-Broadway: We Are The TigersThe Cleopatra Experience. Regional: The Enlightenment of Percival Von Schmootz (Kooman & Dimond). BFA: Ithaca College. For Mom, Dad, Will, Ian, and all those who loved me into consciousness. @sydneyparra


Eddie Noel Rodríguez (Swing, u/s Hermes) is thrilled, honored and grateful to be in his second national tour with the family of Hadestown. Tour: On Your Feet! (Emilio). Regional: Godspell (Jeffrey), Man of la Mancha (Dr. Carrasco), La Cage Aux Folles (Hanna), Footloose (Willard), Rent (u/s Roger), Hair (Ensemble). Follow him on IG: @eddienoelr


Nathan Salstone (Swing, u/s Orpheus) won the lottery by getting to join this company and will attempt to pay it forward through endless gratitude to the entire production team. Credits: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Original Broadway Cast), Rags (Goodspeed), Rock of Ages (PCLO), Spring Awakening (TUTS). For my real-life Eurydice.


Jamari Johnson Williams (Worker, u/s Hades). Broadway: Ain’t Too Proud. National tours: MemphisMotown the Musical. Favorite regional: Hair (Hud, NRT), Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Fred, Palace Theatre, Riverside Theatre), The Wiz (The Wiz, SDT). Proud alumnus of the Gifford Youth Orchestra (GYOTigers.org) where he currently sits on the board and manages the Drama department. @Jamarizabeast











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