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  • (2003- ). Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (2003) Stage Play: The Boy From Oz [From Down Under to over the top]. Musical. Music by Peter Allen [posthumous]. Lyrics by Peter Allen. Book by Martin Sherman. Original book by Nick Enright. Music orchestrated by Michael Gibson. Musical Director: Patrick Vaccariello. Additional music by Burt Bacharach, Jeff Barry, Michael Callen, Christopher Cross, David Foster [earliest Broadway credit], Tom Keane and Marsha Malamet. Additional lyrics by Adrienne Anderson, Marie Cowan, A.B. "Banjo" Paterson, Dean Pitchford and Carole Bayer Sager. Dance arrangements by Mark Hummel. Incidental music and vocal arranger: Patrick Vaccariello. Choreographed by Joey McKneely. Assistant Choreographer: Jessica Hartman. Scenic Design by Robin Wagner. Directed by Philip William McKinley. Imperial Theatre: 16 Oct 2003- 12 Sep 2004 (364 performances + 32 previews that began on 16 Sep 2003. Cast: Hugh Jackman (as "Peter Allen") [Broadway debut], Stephanie J. Block (as "Liza Minnelli"), Jarrod Emick (as "Greg Connell"), Mitchel David Federan (as "Boy, Young Peter"), Beth Fowler (as "Marion Woolnough, Peter's mother"), Isabel Keating (as "Judy Garland"), Michael Mulheren (as "Dick Woolnough, Peter's father/Dee Anthony"), Leslie Alexander (as "Ensemble"), Brad Anderson (as "Trick/Ensemble/Mark Herron"), Victoria Lecta Cave (as "Ensemble"), Kelly Crandall (as "Ensemble"), Naleah Dey (as "Ensemble"), Nicolas Dromard (as "Ensemble"), Timothy A. Fitz-gerald (as "Chris Bell/Ensemble"), Christopher Freeman (as "Ensemble"), Tyler Hanes (as "Ensemble"), Colleen Hawks (as "Member of Trio/Ensemble"), John Hill (as "Mark Herron/Ensemble"), Pamela Jordan (as "Girl/Ensemble"), Tari Kelly (as "Member of Trio/Ensemble"), Stephanie Kurtzuba (as "Member of Trio/Ensemble"), Heather Laws (as "Ensemble"), Brian J. Marcum (as "Ensemble"), Jennifer Savelli (as "Ensemble/Alice the Rockette"), Matthew Stocke (as "Ensemble/George Woolnough"). Swings: Todd Anderson (as "Swing") and Jessica Hartman (as "Swing"). Standbys: Michael Halling (as "Peter Allen") and Kevin Spirtas (as "Peter Allen"). Understudies: Leslie Alexander (as "Marion Woolnough"), Brad Anderson (as "Greg Connell/Peter Allen"), Victoria Lecta Cave (as "Judy Garland"), Michael Halling (as "Chris Bell/Greg Connell"), John Hill (as "Greg Connell/Peter Allen"), Tari Kelly (as "Liza Minnelli"), Stephanie Kurtzuba (as "Judy Garland"), Heather Laws (as "Judy Garland/Liza Minnelli"), Kevin Spirtas (as "Greg Connell"), Matthew Stocke (as "Dee Anthony/Dick Woolnough") and P.J. Verhoest (as "Boy"). Replacement actors: Ramón Flowers (as "Ensemble"), Ashley Amber Haase (as "Ensemble"), Curtis Holbrook (as "Ensemble"), Emily Hsu (as "Ensemble/Girl"), Jessica Lea Patty (as "Ensemble"), Nathan Peck (as "Ensemble"), Trisha Rapier (as "Ensemble/Member of Trio"), Shane Rhoades (as "Announcer/Ensemble/Trick"). Produced by Ben Gannon and Robert Fox.
  • (2006) Stage Play: Hot Feet. Musical/dance. Book by Heru Ptah. Music by Maurice White. Lyrics by Maurice White. Musical Director: Jeffrey Klitz. Music arranged by Bill Meyers. Music orchestrated by Bill Meyers. New songs additional music and lyrics by Cat Gray, Brett Laurence, Bill Meyers, Heru Ptah and Allee Willis. Additional Orchestrations: Ray Brown and Michael Rubino. Additional music and lyrics by Philip J. Bailey, Reginald Burke, Valerie Carter, William B. Champlin, Peter Cor, Eduardo Del Barrio, Lorenzo Dunn, David Foster, Garry Glenn, Jay Graydon, James Howard, Jonathan G. Lind, Albert Phillip McKay, Skip Scarborough, Skylark, Charles Stepney, Beloyd Taylor, Wayne Vaughn, Wanda Vaughn, Verdine White and Allee Willis. New vocal arrangements by Cat Gray, Brett Laurence, Bill Meyers and Maurice White. Featuring songs by Fernando Brant and Milton Nascimento. Choreographed by Maurice Hines. Conceived by Maurice Hines. Assistant Director: Ricardo Khan. Assistant Choreographer: Duane Lee Holland and Danita Salamida. Scenic Design by James Noone. Directed by Maurice Hines. Hilton Theatre: 30 Apr 2006- 23 Jul 2006 (97 performances + 12 previews that began on 20 Apr 2006). Cast: Michael Balderrama ((as "Anthony"), Keith David (as "Victor") [as of 12 Jun 2006], Ann Duquesnay (as "Mom"), Allen Hidalgo (as "Louie"), Vivian Nixon (as "Kalimba"), Samantha Pollino (as "Emma"), Wynonna Smith (as "Naomi"), Kevin Aubin (as "Ensemble"), Brent Carter (as "Band Vocalist"), Gerrard Carter (as "Ensemble"), Dionne Figgins (as "Ensemble"), 'Ramón Flowers' (as "Ensemble"), Keith Anthony Fluitt (as "Band Vocalist"), Karla Puno Garcia (as "Ensemble"), Nakia Henry (as "Ensemble"), Duane Lee Holland (as "Ensemble"), Iquail S. Johnson (as "Ensemble"), Dominique Kelley (as "Ensemble"), Steve Konopelski (as "Ensemble"), Sarah Livingston (as "Emma" [Alternate]), Sumie Maeda (as "Ensemble"), Jon-Paul Mateo (as "Ensemble"), Vasthy Mompoint (as "Ensemble"), Tera-Lee Polin (as "Ensemble"), Monique Smith (as "Ensemble"), Daryl Spiers (as "Ensemble"), Felicity Stiverson (as "Ensemble"), Theresa Thomason (as "Band Vocalist"), Hollie E. Wright (as "Ensemble"). Swings: Marvel J. Allen (as "Swing"), Jessica Hope Cohen (as "Swing"), Dana Marie Ingraham (as "Swing"), John A. James (as "Swing), Terace Jones (as "Swing"), Matthew Warner Keirenan (as "Swing") and Danita Salamida (as "Swing"). Standbys: Adrian Bailey (as "Victor"), Sarah Livingston (as "Emma") and Sandra Reaves Phillips (as "Mom"). Understudies: Dionne Figgins (as "Kalimba"), Nakia Henry (as "Naomi"), Caesar Samayoa (as "Louie") and Daryl Spiers (as "Anthony"). Replacement cast: Marvel J. Allen (as "Band Vocalist"), Mel Johnson Jr. (as "Victor") [from 13 Jun 2006 - ?]. Produced by Transamerica and Rudy Durand. Produced in association with Kalimba Entertainment Inc., Meir A & Eli C, LLC, Polymer Global Holdings and Godley Morris Group LLC.

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