Tania Barrenechea

Tania is a scenic designer and artisan for the theatre. She received her B. Arch in architecture from Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru in 2015. Before beginning her MFA, she worked as an architect for 5 years in the architecture studio Vicca Verde in Lima, Peru.

She received her MFA in Scenic Design from the Pennsylvania State University. Production credits include A Little Night Music directed by Phillip Fazio and To kill a Mockingbird directed by Susan Schulman at The Pennsylvania State University. She has assisted Milagros Ponce de Leon in the Production of Miss you Like Hell at the Olney Theatre Center in Maryland and Life is a dream at the Gala Theatre in DC.

She is the Head of Design at the University of Central Arkansas and an Assistant Professor of design at the Film, Theatre and Creative Writing Department.

Creative Roles this Season

Set Designer - Godspell
Alivia Cross

Alivia Cross is glad to be making her MacHaydn scenic design debut in the ‘23 season. Alivia is currently a Theatre Design MFA candidate at Pennsylvania State University. Her research focus is the intersection between Theatre arts, education, and safety. She recently presented her work as part of the Mid-America Theatre Conference. Prior to graduate training, she worked as a scenic artist at various theatres, including, The Gulfshore Playhouse in Naples, FL, Naples Players in Naples, FL, and Penobscot Theatre Company in Bangor, ME. Alivia recently returned from Prague, Czech Republic where she was researching sustainability practices within theatre arts at the Prague Quadrennial. Alivia received her bachelor’s degree in Technical Theatre and Psychology from Wheaton College, MA in 2019.

Creative Roles this Season

Set Designer - The Sound of Music
Set Designer - Jersey Boys
Adriana Ayala

Adriana Ayala received her BFA in Theatre Design/Technology (props focus) from the University of the West Florida in May of 2022. During college, she was able to design props for three mainstage shows, her favorite being The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Immediately after graduating, she went on to complete a year long props/paint internship at Florida Studio Theatre where she had the opportunity to design props for the children’s theatre season as well as make props throughout the summer and winter seasons. Her favorite thing about props is finding interesting ways to make props and finding items that help enhance the show. She is excited to help enhance the theatre experience here at Mac-Haydn!

Creative Roles this Season

Props Designer - 2023 Season
Mandy Modic Copy

Mandy is excited to join the Mac-Haydn team! Having performed with the National Tour of 42nd Street, she has been looking forward to revisiting the show as a choreographer! Some favorite choreographer credits: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Sound of Music, White Christmas, Drowsy Chaperone, Newsies, Head Over Heels, Church Basement Ladies. As a performer, she has worked at various theaters including Marriott Theater, Drury Lane Theater, Chicago Shakespeare, Paramount theater, The Wick, Mill Mountain Theater. Mandy enjoys educational theater and has helped build musical theater programs abroad in Shanghai, China and Lima, Peru. She also works as a photographer. Up next, she is choreographing State Fair! Thanks to John, and everyone at the theater for this opportunity! @mandyinmotion www.mandymodic.com

Creative Roles this Season

Choreographer - 42nd Street
Bryan Knowlton

Bryan is a New York & London based director and choreographer. Bryan’s extensive career has spanned from starring on Broadway in the most recent Revival of “A CHORUS LINE” to appearing in multiple National Tours, Film and TV. He is an award winning choreographer with some credits that include: CABARET, CHICAGO, MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD, BEEHIVE!, SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER, MAMMA MIA, CURTAINS among many others. At present, he is attached as Director/Choreographer to “In My Own Little Corner” starring Chryssie Whitehead in NYC and serving as choreographer for the new musical, “The Only Way Out” written by David Thatcher Maglione in London, UK. He is currently an adjunct professor at Montclair State University as well as on faculty at Broadway Dance Center, STEPS on Broadway in New York City as well as THE HUB and House of Jazz in London. For more information visit bryanknowlton.org.

Creative Roles this Season

Choreographer - Footloose
Sean McGinley

is very excited to be returning to the Mac this summer. He had the pleasure of designing both Xanadu and Forever Plaid last summer as well as Showstoppers and Gabe Belyeu’s one man show and is excited to be here for the whole summer this season. Sean has a BS degree in Music Industry and Recording Technology from York College and currently resides in Central Pennsylvania. He has been a sound designer for six years and a sound engineer for 18 years. You may have heard some of his designs at Gulfshore Playhouse, GableStage, Suncoast Broadway, The Naples Players, Penobscot Theatre Company, True North Theatre or Theatre Workshop of Nantucket. As always he would like to thank his family and Alivia for their continued support of his dream. If you would like to learn more about Sean please visit his website at Seanmcginleysounddesign.com

Creative Roles this Season

Sound Designer - 42nd Street
Sound Designer - Footloose
Sound Designer - The Sound of Music
Sound Designer - Godspell
Sound Designer - Jersey Boys
Claire Mezzetta

Claire comes from Southern California! She resides in Phoenix, rather her home does! Claire has been on tour for the past couple of years with Cocomelon Live: JJ’s Journey ! and Hits!: The Musical! as Wardrobe Supervisor. She loves being on the road! She first fell in love with live theatre when her family went to go see the 1st American Tour of Beauty and The Beast in L.A. She knew she always wanted to work in Entertainment and didnt care how! Now here she is with a B.A. degree from UCI’s Claire Trevor School of Arts in Theatre with an emphasis in Costume Design. Claire loves everything in the costume world! She would like to thank her Family and Friends back home and all over the states, for all the love and support through her career.

Creative Roles this Season

Costume Designer - Jersey Boys
Emily Croome

A Brooklyn based band leader, pianist, conductor, and music director, Emily has been seen conducting in theaters all over the country on such National Tours as Monty Python’s Spamalot, The Color Purple, and Ragtime, and can be found regularly accompanying and music directing around the New York City area. In her spare time she studies the electric bass in order to groove even harder than ever before. Much love to Rick B. Off-Broadway: Bastard Jones, The Never Ending Line, Regional: Next to Normal (Westport Country Playhouse,) Other World (Delaware Theatre Company,) A Christmas Carol (The Arvada Center,) Always, Patsy Cline (Weston Playhouse,) Next to Normal (Westport County Theatre,) In the Heights (John W Engeman Theater)

Caitlin Maxwell

Caitlin Maxwell is thrilled to be returning to MHT as the Hair Designer a decade after she was running shows as the Hair Supervisor for MHT 2007- 2010. Since working at the MacHaydn, Caitlin has toured nationally and internationally as a Hair, Wig and Make-up Supervisor on Wizard of Oz, Young Frankenstein, Shrek and Beauty and the Beast. After touring for 5 years, she moved to the city where she got her cosmetology license while swinging on the Broadway shows Phantom of the Opera and Gentlemen’s Guide. After graduating cosmo school, Caitlin supervised and assistant supervised the Hair Department on Broadway’s King & I, Finding Neverland, Cherry Orchard, War Paint, Travesties and Moulin Rouge. This year, she joined the hair department at SNL., and has had the pleasure of working on many other films and tv shows and builds wigs for many designers.

Creative Roles this Season

Wig Designer - Urinetown
Wig Designer - Kiss Me, Kate
Wig Designer - The Full Monty
Wig Designer - Xanadu
James Barry

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

James Barry is thrilled to make his Mac-Haydn debut with this stellar team! Recent directing credits include Working: A Musical (BroadwayWorld Best Director of a Musical Berkshire Region, 2019) and Million Dollar Quartet (Berkshire Theatre Critics Award Outstanding Direction of a Musical, 2017) for Berkshire Theatre Group, and Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson and Working: A Musical at Wagner College Theatre. As an actor, credits include Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Public/Broadway), Million Dollar Quartet (1st nat’l tour), These Paper Bullets (Yale Rep, The Geffen, The Atlantic), and extensive local work with both Chester Theatre Company (Pass Over, Title & Deed, The Aliens) and BTG (Tommy, The Caretaker, A Thousand Clowns). James is a recent graduate of Smith College’s MFA Playwriting program and releases original rock music as a solo artist and with the band Secret Pint.

Creative Roles this Season

Director - Forever Plaid
Trey Compton

Trey Compton (Director, Godspell) is thrilled to return to The Mac having directed Urinetown last summer. A New York City based director, regional directing credits include: The Fulton, Riverside, Engeman, Millbrook, Lincoln Park, and Cortland Repertory (SALT Award- 2019.) As an assistant or associate director, Off-Broadway credits include Yank! (The York) and White’s Lies (New World Stages.) Also, multiple credits regionally at Seattle 5th Avenue, Goodspeed, and The Ogunquit Playhouse. He has directed at various Universities and Colleges including Penn, Georgetown, Stephens, Nazareth, and his alma mater, Pace University. Most recently, he was the associate director on Austen’s Pride in concert at Carnegie Hall. Upcoming: Productions of Misery at Fort Peck Theatre and The Fulton. treycompton.com

Creative Roles this Season

Director - Godspell
Eric Shorey

Eric is thrilled to return to the Mac-Haydn team as the music supervisor and is excited to bring Chatham audiences such an incredible line-up of musicals. As an actor, Eric has been seen across the country and abroad, including productions at Paper Mill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, The Cape Playhouse, Lyric Theatre Company, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Maine State Music Theatre, and Florida Repertory Theatre. He has sung with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and has performed in touring productions of Cats, West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. He would like to thank the entire Mac-Haydn staff for their support, especially John.

Creative Roles this Season

Music Supervisor
Music Director - 42nd Street
Music Director - Footloose
Music Director - The Sound of Music
Music Director - Godspell
Music Director - Jersey Boys
Music Director - The Marvelous Wonderettes
Eddie Gutiérrez

Mac-Haydn Theatre Debut

EDDIE GUTIERREZ is a NYC based performer, director, and choreographer, working in both NYC and Los Angeles, on-stage and on-camera. After extensive work performing in productions of A Chorus Line including the 2016 Hollywood Bowl and 2018 NY City Center productions, Eddie was trained by Baayork Lee and the Michael Bennett estate in all of Bennett’s original direction and choreography for A Chorus Line, and now directs productions around the country. He has also studied with Moisés Kaufman and Tectonic Theater Project at NYU’s Experimental Theatre Wing, using their signature theater creation technique: “Moment Work” to generate new work for the university. Other directing and choreography credits include Loveology (Ars Nova), The Desert Rose (NYC Fringe Festival), Twilight: the Musical, MarInspired the Storytellers contemporary dance company, numerous commercials, and occasional guest teacher at NYU’s New Studio on Broadway.

Creative Roles this Season

Director - A Chorus Line
Robin Campbell

Robin Campbell is thrilled to be returning to the MacHaydn Theatre after directing and choreographing The World Goes Round last season! Broadway credits include Big Fish and Hugh Jackman Back on Broadway; Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Girl Crazy, and Stairway to Paradise at City Center Encores!, My Fair Lady with the NY Philharmonic, Broadway to Oz with Hugh Jackman. TV/ Film: Super Bowl Commercial with The Late Show host Stephen Colbert, Blue Bloods, Ugly Betty, Onion Sports Dome, The Consultants, Below the Beltway. Directing/Choreography: The World Goes Round, Legally Blonde, A Chorus Line, Annie, Shrek, The Drowsy Chaperone, Carousel, Sound of Music, Dear Edwina Jr., A Year With Frog and Toad. Teaching credits: NYU Steinhardt, Kidz Theater, Broadway Arts Collective, Broadway Kids Auditions, Madison Theatre at Molloy College, Sacred Heart, Joanne Langione Dance Center. Robin graduated with honors from Columbia University and holds a Masters Degree in Educational Theatre from NYU Steinhardt.

Creative Roles this Season

Director - Xanadu
Todd L. Underwood

Todd L. Underwood is excited to be back at Mac-Hadyn Theater. He was last here as the director/choreographer for Man of La Mancha. He is the Associate Artistic Director at Ivoryton Playhouse in CT. Regional credits: A Chorus Line, Grease, The Color Purple, Man of La Mancha, West Side Story, Saturday Night Fever (Connecticut Critics Circle Award nomination), Rent, Chicago, La Cage aux Folles, Dreamgirls, Chicago, AIDA, The Princess and the Black-Eyed Pea (NAACP Theater Award nomination), independent film, Were the World Mine (Astaire Award nomination), Memphis (Bay Area Circle Critics Award and Connecticut Critics Circle Award nominations), Ain’t We Got Fun (London Concert). His work is featured in the movie musical Hello Again starring Audra McDonald, Cheyenne Jackson and Martha Plimpton, also receiving a Chita Rivera Award nomination for Best Choreography in Film.

Creative Roles this Season

Director - The Full Monty
Katie Johannigman

Katie Johannigman (Choreographer) is so excited to be back at the Mac-Haydn with her longtime buddy, John. Director/Choreographer credits include: BERNSTEIN’S MASS (Cincinnati Ballet, May Festival, Symphony), SHREK (Connecticut Repertory Theater), LIZZIE (The Human Race Theater), MAME (The Human Race Theater), JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (Clinton Showboat), SANTA CLAUS (Cincinnati Children’s Theater), THEY WERE YOU, SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM, CANDIDE, THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY, GODSPELL, and HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (CCM). She is on faculty at CCM in the Musical Theater Department, where she earned her BFA. Katie is a member of Actor’s Equity Association.

Creative Roles this Season

Choreographer - Oklahoma!
Lauren Monteleone

Lauren Monteleone is beyond excited and honored to return to the Mac this summer! Previously Associate Choreographer for MAMMA MIA, Lauren is returning as the Choreographer for LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. NYC based Actor/Choreographer/Teaching Artist, recently seen: Int'l/ National Tours (LEGALLY BLONDE, CINDERELLA). Much love to John, Monica and the entire MacHaydn team. Website: www.laurenmonteleone.com. Insta: @laurenmonteee.

Creative Roles this Season

Choreographer - Little Shop of Horrors
Theresa Alexander

Creative Roles this Season

Choreographer - Curtains
Courtney Laine Self

Courtney is thrilled to be making her Mac-Haydn debut! She recently directed/choreographed the regional theatre premiere of Fun Home at Millbrook Playhouse, directed/choreographed All Shook Up at The Hartt School, and directed the world premiere of new play Sheila and Moby in DC. Earlier this summer she assistant directed Proof of Love Off-Broadway co-produced by Audible Theatre and New York Theatre Workshop and last summer she associate directed Oliver! at Goodspeed Opera House. This summer in addition to Mac-Haydn, she’s directing/choreographing for Jean’s Playhouse, Millbrook Playhouse, New Paradigm Theatre Company, and Arizona Broadway Theatre. Previously, she was the Head of Dance for the BFA in Music Theatre and a professor of theatre and movement at Southern Illinois University. MFA: Directing, Southern Illinois University, BFA: Music Theatre, The Hartt School.

Creative Roles this Season

Director - Curtains
Matthew Oliver

Creative Roles this Season

Hair and Makeup Designer - Season
Elizabeth McGuire

Elizabeth McGuire is a choreographer, and director living in NYC. In 2011, Elizabeth Co-Founded ToUch Performance Art, a dance-theater company that specializes in immersive and multi-disciplinary performances, and has produced over 50 shows as Co-Artistic Director and Resident Choreographer. Since 2011 ToUch has created and produced sold-out shows in New York and Boston, and was Artist-in-Residence at American Repertory Theatre for three years. Outside of ToUch, she has choreographed at the Signature Theater, the Connelly Theater, AMDA, and the Manhattan School of Music. Elizabeth also serves as Managing Director for Broadway Bound Kids, a non-profit dedicated to providing access to arts education in NYC. At the Mac Hadyn she has choreographed shows such as Camelot (2019), Pippin (2021), Urinetown and the Full Monty (2022). She is thrilled to be back again for another great summer at the MHT and is grateful to John and the team for having her! www.mcguiremoves.com

Creative Roles this Season

Choreographer - The Sound of Music
Choreographer - Godspell
Bethany Marx

Bethany Marx is an Associate Professor of Theatre specializing in Costume Design at SUNY Oneonta in Upstate New York. She has been designing costumes for select Mac-Haydn productions since 2017, including Hello, Dolly!, Oklahoma, Mamma Mia, The Wedding Singer, She Loves Me, Urinetown, and Next to Normal. Bethany has also designed for Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany, the Virginia Shakespeare Festival, the Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, and others. She holds a BFA from the University of Evansville in Evansville, IN and an MFA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Bethany teaches courses in costume design, construction, and history and designs two to three productions annually for SUNY Oneonta. She also enjoys making costumes and cosplaying with her husband and daughter.

Creative Roles this Season

Costume Designer - 42nd Street
Costume Designer - Footloose
Emma Cummings

Emma Cummings is a Pittsburgh based Scenic Artist and Scenic Designer. She has worked with MacHaydn Theatre for five seasons designing the set for Pippin, Little Shop of Horrors and The Wedding Singer, as well as serving as a painter and carpenter for dozens of other productions. She has designed the sets for a variety of productions such as Tenderly; The Rosemary Clooney Musical (Playhouse on Park, CT) and Romeo and Juliet (Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center, PA). She has painted the sets all over the Northeast in New York, Pittsburgh, Connecticut, and Vermont. She is currently the Scene Shop Foreman at City Theatre Company in Pittsburgh. She spends her free time painting, illustrating, and collecting children’s books. She earned her Bachelors degree in Theatre Design and Technology from Slippery Rock University. www.emmacummingsdesign.com

Creative Roles this Season

Set Designer - Next to Normal
Jillian Zack

Jillian Zack is a New York City based pianist, vocal coach, and music director. She made her Broadway debut performing as the MD and onstage organ player (sub) for To Kill a Mockingbird. She currently serves as a Key2 player sub and rehearsal pianist for Funny Girl on Broadway. She has performed at various venues throughout New York City, including Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall, and at The Juilliard School. She has also performed recitals throughout the United States, the UK, and New Zealand. Off-Broadway: Theatre Row. Regional: Paper Mill Playhouse, The Mac-Haydn Theater, Cape Fear Regional Theater, Theatre Workshop of Nantucket. As a coach, she maintains a full studio, both in partnership with the Magaziner Vocal Studio as well as privately. She specializes in both musical theater and classical repertoire, and has experience with all ages. BM Manhattan School of Music. MM The Juilliard School.

Creative Roles this Season

Pianist & Music Director - Sondheim Tribute Revue
Sebastiani Romagnolo

Sebastiani is full of gratitude to the Mac-Hadyn for having him back for their 50th season. He has been a part of many shows at the Mac-Hadyn both on and off the stage. Last season his choreography for Hello, Dolly! won Outstanding Choreography at the Berkshire Theatre Awards. Other Mac-Hadyn credits include Spamalot, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Addams Family, and The Producers. Some of his other credits Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party (Yale), Spring Awakening (Sarah Lawrence), Kiss of the Spider Woman (NYU), Walk the Night (Blue Barn Theater), and as a collaborator on the New York Times Critic’s pick The Grand Paradise. He works as an assistant to and collaborator with Chris Gattelli (Broadway: Newsies, War Paint, Spongebob Squarepants Musical). He is also a performer and has performed at Lincoln Center, Merry Go Round Playhouse, Sleep No More(NYC), Seeing You (NYC), and The Grand Paradise (NYC). Sebastiani has a BFA in Drama from NYU: Tisch. Thank you for supporting live theater!
www.sebastiani-Romagnolo.com

Creative Roles this Season

Director / Choreo.. - Grease
Choreographer - Ragtime
Angela Carstensen

Angela Carstensen is thrilled to be back at The Mac for a sixth year! Broadway credits include Funny Girl. TV credits include The Food That Built America, History Channel. Regional Theatre costume design credits include, The Legend of Georgia McBride (Ivoryton Playhouse), Footloose (Theatre Workshop Nantucket). Previous Mac-Haydn costume design credits include: Xanadu & The Full Monty (2022), Pippin (2021), Cabaret (2018), Saturday Night Fever & Spamalot (2017) and South Pacific (2016). In addition to working in costume shops, Angela spent three years on the road with national tours: Waitress, The Spongebob Musical, and The Sound of Music. You might recall Angela briefly being on stage last year when her now fiancé, Anthony proposed during the run of Kiss Me Kate.
angelacarstensen.com

Creative Roles this Season

Costume Designer- The Sound of Music
Costume Designer - Godspell
Mandy Modic

Mandy is excited to join the Mac-Haydn team! Having performed with the National Tour of 42nd Street, she has been looking forward to revisiting the show as a choreographer! Some favorite choreographer credits: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Sound of Music, White Christmas, Drowsy Chaperone, Newsies, Head Over Heels, Church Basement Ladies. As a performer, she has worked at various theaters including Marriott Theater, Drury Lane Theater, Chicago Shakespeare, Paramount theater, The Wick, Mill Mountain Theater. Mandy enjoys educational theater and has helped build musical theater programs abroad in Shanghai, China and Lima, Peru. She also works as a photographer. Up next, she is choreographing State Fair! Thanks to John, and everyone at the theater for this opportunity! @mandyinmotion www.mandymodic.com

Creative Roles this Season

Choreographer - 42nd Street
Andrew Gmoser

Andrew Gmoser is thrilled that the Mac-Haydn is back, that he is part of it, and that you are here. In his 28 seasons at the Mac-Haydn he has designed the lighting for over 170 of our shows, and created the sets for some of our most spectacular productions, including Beauty and The Beast, Jekyll & Hyde, Les Miserables, Spamalot, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Ragtime, and Man of La Mancha. Andrew owns and operates Silent G Productions, providing design, equipment, and consultation for live theatre, dance, and concerts throughout Westchester, NY and beyond. Andrew’s best and most important production is with his lovely wife, Catherine: their twins, Thomas and Elizabeth!

Creative Roles this Season

Lighting Designer - 2023 Season
Ashley DeLane Burger

Ashley DeLane Burger (Director/Choreographer) is returning for her 5th Season! She has been enjoying trying on as many different “hats” in the industry as possible over the last decade. Beyond a choreographer & performer Ashley DeLane is a proud teaching artist, at studio, high school and collegiate levels, judges dance competitions around the country, and last winter she joined the CoComelon Live National Tour as their Company Manager. She is elated to add Director to that list this season with The Marvelous Wonderettes! www.ashleydelane.com
Mac Magic includes – Choreo: Forever Plaid (2022 BWW Best Choreography), A Chorus Line (Assoc & Standby), She Loves Me, Sunset Boulevard, South Pacific. Stage: The Full Monty, Pippin (2021 BWW Best Supporting Performer), Man of La Mancha, Major Arcana, Beehive, My Fair Lady, Chicago, Nice Work If You Can Get It.
BA Theatre Performance: Wagner College. MS Kinesiology: ATSU. CMA: Laban Institute of Movement Studies.

Creative Roles this Season

Choreographer - Jersey Boys
Director - The Marvelous Wonderettes
Erin Spears Ledford

Erin Spears Ledford is honored to return to The Mac- Haydn Theatre for her 9th Season where she has worked in both performance and creative roles. Erin’s past Mac- Haydn directing credits include: Kiss Me Kate, Little Shop of Horrors, The Wedding Singer and Asst. Director on Man Of La Mancha. In 2021 Erin received a Berkshire Theatre Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Ilona in Mac- Haydn’s production of She Loves Me. Other memorable Mac roles include: The World Goes Round, Rosie in Mamma Mia, Sister Mary Patrick in Sister Act and Alice in Addams Family. Favorite regional credits include: Mrs. Sowerberry/ Nancy US in Oliver! (National Tour) and Anita in West Side Story (Circa 21.) When she is not treading the boards at The Mac, Erin works as a Teaching Artist with Inside Broadway in NYC. Thanks to JL, MDKR, JS.

Creative Roles this Season

Director - Footloose
Jimm Halliday

Beginning with Annie in 1984, Jimm has been a fixture here at The Mac for 33 seasons, having designed over 185 MainStage musicals. With the NETworks Touring Group, Jimm has been the Costume Director for over 25 National Tours since 1999, including Victor/Victoria with Toni Tennille, Annie at Madison Square Garden with Katie Lee Gifford, Bully with John Davidson, and Sweet Charity with Molly Ringwold. Jimm was the US Costume Associate for the last National Tour of Les Misérables and the Costume Director for the Toronto production of the show, which then transferred to Broadway. He also was Costume Director for the Kennedy Center production of Ragtime, winning the Helen Hayes Award for Best Costume Design. This fall Jimm will be working on the National Tours of The Sound of Music and The Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. Special thanks to the amazing collection of cutters, stitchers, wardrobe and wig designers that have made these productions come to life, and to Lynne, John and Monica for always being there.

Creative Roles this Season

Costume Designer - Curtains : Sunset Boulevard : Ragtime
John Saunders

John Saunders is honored to be working alongside this fantastic cast, crew, box office team, ushers, coffeehouse gang, and the amazing volunteers. As an actor here: 1776 ( Adams), MY FAIR LADY (Higgins), CAROUSEL (Jigger), THE SECRET GARDEN (Archie), and HAIRSPRAY (Edna). As a director here: THE BAKER’S WIFE, THE PRODUCERS, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, THE FULL MONTY, LES MISERABLES, CHICAGO, OLIVER! and many others. Elsewhere: National Tours: MY FAIR LADY, OLIVER!, CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG. Regionally: The Papermill Playhouse and  Northshore Music Theatre. Tremendous gratitude to his fellow directors, designers, and choreographers for the incredibly dynamic and brilliant work they present here. Enjoy the show!

Creative Roles this Season

Director - The Sound of Music
Director - Jersey Boys