(1999) Her musical, "Violet", was performed at the Apple Tree Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Lisa Datz
and Jonathan Weir
in the cast.
(2006) Her musical, "Thoroughly Modern Millie", was performed at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Tari Kelly
, E. Faye Butler
and Brian Herriott in the cast. Marc Robin
was the choreographer.
(2009-2010 Season) Her musical, "Thoroughly Modern Millie", was performed at the Drury Lane Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Holly Butler
and Paula Scrofano in the cast. William Osetek was the director. Kevin Depinet
was the scenic designer. Jesse Klug was the lighting designer. Tammy Mader
was the choreographer.
(2011-2012 Season) Her musical, "Violet The Musical," was performed at the Bailiwick Chicago Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Harmony France and Evan Tyrone Martin in the cast. Elizabeth Margolius was the director. Andra Veils Simon was musical director.
(March 10, 1995 - July 14, 1996) "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," a musical comedy revival, with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser
[posthumous credit], book by Abe Burrows
, Jack Weinstock
and Willie Gilbert
, based on the novel by Shepherd Mead
, music orchestration by Danny Troob
, musical direction and vocal arrangements by Ted Sperling
, additional orchestrations by David Siegel and Robert Ginzler
, dance arrangements by Jeanine Tesori
, incidental music arrangements by Ted Sperling
, choreography by Wayne Cilento
, assistant choreographer Lisa LeGuillou
, and directed by Des McAnuff
at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (564 total performances, including 16 previews beginning March 10, 1995). Cast: Matthew Broderick
(as "J. Pierrepont Finch"), Jeff Blumenkrantz
, Ronn Carroll
, Victoria Clark
, Jonathan Freeman
, Luba Mason
, Megan Mullally
(as "Rosemary Pilkington"), Gerry Vichi
, Lillias White
, Randl Ask
, Kevin Bogue
(as "Security Guard/Wicket/Ensemble"), Maria Calabrese
, Walter Cronkite
(as "Voice of the Narrator"/Recorded voice only), Tom Flynn
, Jack Hayes
, Rebecca Holt, Jay Aubrey Jones
, Nancy Lemenager
, Kristi Lynes
, Martin Moran
, Aiko Nakasone
, William Ryall
, Jerome Vivona
, and Carla Renata
(as Carla Renata Williams). Produced by Dodger Theatricals (Des McAnuff
, Michael Daevid
(as Michael David), 'Robin De Levita', Rocco Landesman
, Ed Strong
), Kardana Productions, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and The Nederlander Organization (James Nederlander Sr.
(as James M. Nederlander): Chairman. Robert E. Nederlander: President. James L. Nederlander: Vice-President); Associate Producer: Whistlin' Dixie.
(2003) Her musical, "Thoroughly Modern Millie," was performed at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Amanda Holden, Maureen Lipman, Marti Webb, Sheila Ferguson, Craig Urbani, and Mark McGee in the cast.
(2007) Dick Scanlan and his musical, "Thoroughly Modern Millie," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Terry Burrell, Andrea Chamberlain, Andrew Rannells, Carolann Sanita, Brian Sutherland, Billy Bustamante, Doan Mackenzie, Tory Ross, and Cheryl Stern in the cast.
(1998-1999) She composed music for Ain Gordon and David Gordon's play, "The First Picture Show," was performed in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. David Gordon was also director.
(May 19 to July 25, 2004) She was composer for the musical, "Thoroughly Modern Millie," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Richard Morris and Dick Scanlan wrote the book. Jeanine Tesori was composer. Dick Scanlan was lyricist. Rob Ashford was choreographer. Michael Mayer was director. Martin Pakledinez was costume designer.
(November 6 to December 26, 2004) She was composer for the musical, "Caroline, or Change," in a West Coast premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Tonya Pinkins and Anika Noni Rose in the cast. Tony Kushner wrote the book and lyrics. George C. Wolfe was director. Kimberly Grisby was musical director. Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer were lighting designers.
(August 1 to September 19, 1999) She composed music for Ain Gordon and David Gordons' play, "The First Picture Show," in presented in associated with the American Conservatory Theater in a world premiere production at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California. David Gordon was director.
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