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Patina Miller will play the role of The Witch during Friday, Saturday, and Sunday performances. Montego Glover will play the role of The Witch during Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday performances. Casting beginning November 21 to be announced shortly.
Here’s a reason to be happy ever after... Direct from its sold-out New York City Center Encores! run, STEPHEN SONDHEIM and JAMES LAPINE’s Tony Award®-winning triumph INTO THE WOODS has come to Broadway’s St. James Theatre. So don’t delay or be misled—this critically acclaimed new production is here just for a moment!
The New York Times
This theatrical event, directed by LEAR deBESSONET (Hercules), will honor the memory of legendary composer STEPHEN SONDHEIM and this Broadway masterpiece like never before. But don’t wait until your last midnight! Tickets are going fast—and that’s no fairy tale.
makes her highly anticipated Broadway return since receiving a Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical in 2013 for the Tony Award-winning revival of Pippin. Miller can currently be seen on screen as lead Raquel “Raq” Thomas in Starz’s critically acclaimed “Powerbook III: Raising Kanan,” which returns for season two in August. Broadway: Pippin (Tony Award winner, Outer Critics Circle Award winner, Drama League Award honoree and Fred & Adele Astaire Award nominee), Sister Act (Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle Award nominations and Theatre World Award winner). Off-Broadway: Ragtime, Lost in the Stars, Romantic Poetry. West End: Sister Act (Olivier Award nomination). Television/ film: “Madam Secretary,” “Mercy Street,” “Word Party,” “All My Children,” The Many Saints of Newark, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2. Miller is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University.
Tony Award Nominee, two-time Drama Desk Award Winner, Outer Critics’ Circle Award Winner & Honoree, and Drama League Award Nominee. Her Broadway credits include Memphis (Tony nominee, Drama Desk, OCC winner), Les Misérables, It Shoulda Been You, The Color Purple, Hamilton (Chicago Company). Off-Broadway: The Royale (Lincoln Center Theater - Drama Desk Award), All the Natalie Portmans (MCC - OCC Honor). Television/Film: “Inventing Anna,” “Evil,” “The Blacklist,” “Bull,” “Black Box,” “The Following,” “Hostages,” “Smash,” “The Good Wife,” “White Collar,” “Golden Boy,” “Law & Order,” “Made in Jersey” and Alone (indie). As a voiceover artist, Ms. Glover enjoys numerous commercial campaigns & scripted projects in animation, gaming, television, film and narration. Most recently, “The Montego Glover Exhibition” opened at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center & African American Museum in Montego’s hometown of Chattanooga, TN. Upcoming: a new highly anticipated animated series with Netflix @MontegoGlover MontegoGlover.com
Broadway: The Cher Show (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Award Winner), Falsettos (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Tony, Drama Desk nominations), Anything Goes, 9 to 5: The Musical (Drama Desk nomination), The Pirate Queen, The Boy from Oz, Wicked. Off-Broadway: Brigadoon (Encores); Little Miss Sunshine (Drama Desk nomination); By the Way, Meet Vera Stark (Drama Desk nomination). Film & Television: “iMorcecai,” “Bluff City Law,” “Rise,” “Madam Secretary,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “Homeland,” “It Could Be Worse,” “Stephanie J. Block Live from Lincoln Center” for Great Performances on PBS. She currently co-hosts & co-produces Stages Podcast with Marylee Fairbanks and can be accessed wherever you get your podcasts. Twitter & Instagram: @stephaniejblock
returns to Broadway after most recently portraying “Jay Whitman” on the long-running CBS hit series “Madam Secretary.” He is also known for his memorable turn as “Lucas Goodwin” on the critically acclaimed Netflix original series “House of Cards.” Broadway: A Time To Kill, Elf, Jersey Boys, Wicked, Rent and Good Vibrations. Off-Broadway: Happiness (Lincoln Center Theater), The Blue Flower (Second Stage) and Where’s Charley? (Encores! at City Center). Television: “The Deuce,” “The Leftovers,” “FBI,” “Bull” and “Person of Interest.” Film: Split, Ted 2, The Best of Me and The Last Day of August.
Upcoming: Walk on Through: Confessions of a Museum Novice (book, music and lyrics, originally commissioned by The Metropolitan Museum of Art.) Broadway: Hello, Dolly! (Tony Award); Hair (Tony nomination); Thoroughly Modern Millie (Tony nomination); Waitress; The Book of Mormon; She Loves Me; La Cage aux Folles. West End: The Book of Mormon (Olivier Award), Hair, Waitress, Mary Poppins. Television: PBS “Stars on Stage,” “American Horror Stories,” “Eloise at the Plaza” and “Eloise at Christmastime.” Original recordings: GOODTIMENATION, Quiet, Get Out. Graduate: University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance. Gavin is a Hermitage Artist Writing Fellow, and Walk on Through was selected for development at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s 2022 National Musical Theatre Conference.
is a Grammy-nominated performer and recording artist best known for his Tony-nominated leading roles in Carousel, The Scottsboro Boys and Violet, as well as for his show-stopping performance as Aaron Burr in the cultural phenomenon Hamilton (Chicago/San Francisco/Los Angeles). Joshua’s debut album Grow is available worldwide on all streaming platforms. He is a BMG recording artist and his original symphony show Get Up, Stand Up premieres this fall with The Philly Pops orchestra. On screen, he starred as Roger Bart in the Academy Award-nominated film tick, tick… BOOM! directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda. He also starred as Jerlamarel opposite Jason Momoa in two seasons of Apple TV+’s show “See.” Other Broadway shows include In the Heights, Shuffle Along, American Idiot, Porgy and Bess, Bring It On: The Musical. Off-Broadway: In the Heights, The Wrong Man.
recently starred in Netflix’s “Halston” as the iconic entertainer Liza Minnelli. Broadway credits include Spring Awakening (OBC and Deaf West Revival Company), First Date, The Addams Family, In the Heights, A Chorus Line (Revival) and Good Vibrations. Rodriguez played “Megara” in the world premiere production of Disney’s Hercules (Public Works) and received an Outer Critics Circle honor for her performance in Theresa Rebeck’s Seared (MCC Theater). Other memorable turns include West Side Story (“Anita”; Kennedy Center), A Chorus Line (“Diana”; Hollywood Bowl), and What We’re Up Against (Off-Broadway). On television, Rodriguez is best known for “Smash,” “Daybreak” and “Trial & Error” and recurring on “Quantico,” “Younger,” “Chasing Life,” “The Mysteries of Laura,” “Married” and “Gossip Girl.” Recently, Rodriguez also had leading roles in two pilots “Sober Companion” (CBS) and “Space” (TBS).
The very first show he ever saw on Broadway was the original production of Into the Woods and is thrilled to continue its legacy. An Olivier Award-winner and three-time Tony Award nominee, he can soon be seen in the feature Jersey Boys Live! starring alongside Nick Jonas. Broadway: Pretty Woman, Groundhog Day, Rocky, On the Twentieth Century, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Legally Blonde to name a few. In television, he is known for his time on “Law & Order: SVU” as Lt. Mike Dodds, “Forever,” “The Good Fight,” “Blue Bloods,” “Prodigal Son,” “Gossip Girl.” Film credits: And So It Goes; Here After; Joyful Noise; and New York, I Love You. You can catch Mr. Karl and his wife, Orfeh, this October at Sony Music Hall with their concert series Legally Bound, and in December he will star in Get Happy: A Tribute to Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall.
is a threetime Tony Award nominee with multiple Broadway credits. The Ferryman, Something Rotten, Hamilton, Next to Normal, Time Stands Still, Titanic, Macbeth, Shrek the Musical and Sweet Smell of Success, to name a few. Brian originated the role of King George in Hamilton at The Public Theater. Other select Off-Broadway: The Good Thief (Obie Award), The Wild Party, Port Authority, Floyd Collins among others. Brian appeared in Steven Spielberg’s 2022 Oscar-nominated film West Side Story as Officer Krupke. He was in the 2016 Oscar-winning Spotlight (multiple Best Ensemble awards including SAG Award). Other select film: Molly’s Game, First Man, The Kitchen, Ghost Town. Television: Executive producer of CBS’ “How We Roll,” he can be seen in Marvel’s “Hawkeye,” “Smash,” “13 Reasons Why,” “Evil,” “Devs,” among many others. Upcoming film and television: Where All Light Tends to Go with Billy Bob Thornton, Rebecca Miller’s She Came to Me, “Love and Death” (HBO Max), “Dear Edward” (Apple TV).
is honored to be donning the red cape again! Broadway: Groundhog Day (Original Broadway Cast). Favorite theater credits: & Juliet (pre-Broadway Toronto run), Bliss (World Premiere at 5th Ave), Hairspray, Shrek the Musical and Into the Woods. Huge thank you to Eddie and Take 3. This one is for Marty and Derek.
Broadway debut! Readings/workshops: Bliss (dir. Sheryl Kaller). Regional: Weston Playhouse, Connecticut Repertory Theatre. Cole is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan’s Musical Theatre program. Huge thank you to the Nicolosi and Co. team! Much love to my family and friends for their constant support! @_cole__thompson
Broadway: Thérèse Raquin, Uncle Vanya, Once, Twelfth Night, The Government Inspector, Working. Select Off-Broadway: Miss You Like Hell, Everybody, When I Come to Die, Ghosts, Kit Marlowe, Lobster Alice. Television: “Ray Donovan,” “Twin Peaks,” “Succession,” “Feed the Beast,” “The Blacklist,” “Gossip Girl” and others. Film: Fugitive Dreams, John Wick, Flags of Our Fathers, ChiRaq, The Longest Yard, Last Man Standing, Flirting with Disaster, The Crow, Malcolm X and The Warriors. Obie Award for Sustained Excellence.
Discovered on the Bowery fronting a rock band/cast by Milos Forman as Jeannie in Hair, the 1978 film. Some Broadway credits include Violet, Xanadu, The Full Monty, Ah! Wilderness. Recently: Broadway Bounty Hunter Off-Broadway. Was Sondheim’s original Squeaky Fromme in Assassins (Playwrights Horizons). Numerous Film/Television credits, most notably her role as Norma Romano in the hit series “Orange Is the New Black,” “Filthy Rich,” “New Amsterdam,” “Evil” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”
Broadway: A Christmas Carol Broadway (SF co.), Wicked, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Honeymoon in Vegas, Cinderella, Memphis, Gypsy, Fiddler on the Roof, Urinetown, Triumph of Love, Anything Goes, Sunday in the Park With George, Evita, others. Off-Broadway: Curvy Widow, Toxic Avenger, My Deah, Polish Joke, Mere Mortals, All in the Timing. National tour: The Drowsy Chaperone. Television: “The Big C,” multiple “Law & Order.” Juilliard School, drama division. nancyopel.com
is best known for Avenue Q (Christmas Eve) on Broadway and in London’s West End. Other Bway: Cinderella (Charlotte), Les Misérables (Madame Thénardier), 9 to 5, Seussical, and M. Butterfly. Off-Bway: Fairycakes, Emojiland, I Married an Angel, Pacific Overtures, Brooklynite, Falsettoland. Television: “Schmigadoon!,” “Smash,” “Blue Bloods,” “House of Cards,” “Master of None,” “Younger,” “30 Rock,” “The Good Wife,” “The Jim Gaffigan Show,” “Indoor Boys.” Film: Sisters, Hope Springs, Admission, Jerry and Marge Go Large and upcoming Disenchanted. Twitter: @annharada Insta: @iamannharada
Broadway debut! Regional credits include TUTS, DTC, The 5th, Asolo Rep, Lyceum Theatre and The Fulton. Television: “WeCrashed.” Endless thanks to her family, friends, Nathan, The Telsey Office and HCKR. Proud graduate of Syracuse University. Bobby, we did it! @delphiborich
Broadway debut! Select credits: The Skin of Our Teeth; Queens Girl in the World; Nina Simone: Four Women; Matilda; The Color Purple; Ragtime; Caroline, or Change; Les Misérables; Aida. Thanks and love to Dougie, my parents, family, friends, Geoff, SAKS&. @thefeliciacurry
is thrilled to return to the Woods after Encores! Broadway: The Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables (Enjolras). Tour/special engagement: The Secret Garden; Phantom: Las Vegas!; Les Misérables. Off-Broadway: The Music Teacher (The New Group), A.W.O.L. (59E59) and regional companies across the country. Love to Joe + Jasper.
Recently recurring as Debbie Allen in HBO’s “Winning Time.” Broadway: Ain’t Too Proud (Diana Ross), Oklahoma! (Laurey), Dreamgirls (Lorell), The Wiz (Dorothy), Aida (Aida). Television: “Bull” (CBS), “Iron Fist” (Netflix). Thank you God, Lakey, Thomas, Mitch (CAA), Mom, Dad, Telsey, Patty Forbes and Aaron. @tanika_renee_gibson
Broadway: Girl From the North Country, A Bronx Tale. Other: Once on This Island (national tour), Toni Stone (Off-Broadway). The Old Globe, Asolo Rep. Thanks to Matt Redmond. Love to Miki, Jenifer, Mom, Dad!
Broadway: Mamma Mia!, Ghost, Honeymoon in Vegas, Escape to Margaritaville. Off-Broadway: The Visitor (Public Theater) and The Life (New York City Center’s Encores!). National tours: Mamma Mia!; Escape to Margaritaville. Other favorites: Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (LJP), The Wiz (LJP), Twyla Tharp’s The Times They Are A-Changin’ (world premiere), Smokey Joe’s Café. Love you ES!
Broadway debut. Originated/developed Cambodian Rock Band (South Coast Repertory, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, La Jolla Playhouse). Former Actors’ Equity Association national councilor; Fair Wage Onstage core member; NYCLU ambassador; Be An #ArtsHero/Arts Workers United co-founder. Arts and culture contributes over $919 billion to the U.S. economy, employing over 5.2 million arts workers. BeAnArtsHero.com
is making his Broadway debut! Favorite credits include Swept Away (Berkeley Repertory Theatre), Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish (Fyedka, Stage 42), The Golden Bride (Misha, National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene), The Tiny Moustache (Franz), Orlando Paladino (Pasquale). He received his BMus at Acadia University and MMus at Manhattan School of Music.
Broadway debut! Recent credits: Gold Mountain (Utah Shakespeare Festival), Adventurephile (Keen Company), Saturday Night (Second Stage), The Good Swimmer (BAM), Lolita, My Love (York Theatre Company), Dinner with Georgette (NYTW Next Door), Last Ship to Proxima Centauri (Portland Stage), Eastbound (Village Theatre). All my love to my tribe. kennedykanagawa.com
Fiftyplus year career from Boston improv to NYC. From LaMama to Lincoln Center. From NY to L.A. Theatre, television and film. Tony Award for co-producing/directing/creating through WetRock Entertainment. Thrilled to be part of this amazing production. For Murphy, Will and Molly. paulkreppel.com
is honored to make her Broadway debut transferring with this production from Encores! Tour: Les Misérables (Fantine), Into the Woods. Regional: Songs for a New World (Gateway Playhouse), Spring Awakening, The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma). Television: “The Other Two” (2021). Love to my family and DGRW!
Broadway: The King and I, School of Rock. Other favorites: Here Lies Love (The Public), The Sound of Music (Maria/La Mirada), West Side Story (Maria/Paris Châtelet), Carousel (Julie Jordan/NAAP), The Pirates of Penzance (Mabel/CTRep). Film: Marry Harry (Amazon Prime). For my family. IG @dianicaphelan
Broadway: Kinky Boots, South Pacific, Legally Blonde, Les Misérables, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Off-Broadway: Silence! The Musical, Fugitive Songs. Sondheim: Sunday in the Park With George, Anyone Can Whistle (Ravinia Festival), Sondheim Unplugged (54 Below). Proud graduate of North Central College. LuciaSpina.com
Broadway: Fun Home, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, The Story of My Life, Lestat, Little Women, The Rivals, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Indiscretions. Off-Broadway includes: An Enchanted April, Goldstein, Freud's Last Session, Jacques Brel..., Frankenstein. Film: Bella; Borough of Kings. Television: “Blue Bloods,” “Mr. Robot,” “The Good Wife.” Cast Recordings: Pending: #ReleaseLestat. Education: CMU. Inspiration: Beth. Our 3 boys. Teacher: AMDA-NY. In memory of: Artie Gaffin. @staneknyc
is excited to let her hair down in her Broadway debut as Rapunzel! So much love to her mom, family, support system and BRS/Gage. She previously starred in TikTok’s musical, For You, Paige and had her opera debut with Magic City Opera (Sand Man and Dew Fairy) in Hansel and Gretel. Alysia earned her BM from Manhattan School of Music. She would like to give a special thank you to Judith Clurman. Beyond grateful! IG: alysiavelez
wrote music and lyrics for Saturday Night, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Anyone Can Whistle, Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, The Frogs, Pacific Overtures, Sweeney Todd, Merrily We Roll Along, Sunday in the Park With George, Assassins, Passion and Road Show. He wrote the lyrics for West Side Story, Gypsy and Do I Hear a Waltz? and additional lyrics for Candide. He composed music for “Evening Primrose” (television) and the films Stavisky, Reds and Dick Tracy. His collected lyrics with attendant essays have been published in two volumes: Finishing the Hat and Look, I Made a Hat. In 2010, Broadway’s Henry Miller’s Theatre was renamed in his honor.
also worked with Stephen Sondheim on Sunday in the Park With George and Passion. He conceived and directed the musical review Sondheim on Sondheim. With William Finn he created Falsettos, Little Miss Sunshine and directed Finn’s The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Other Broadway credits include his play based on Moss Hart’s memoir Act One and Flying Over Sunset. He has written the plays Table Settings, Twelve Dreams, The Moment When, Fran’s Bed and Mrs. Miller Does Her Thing. Lapine has been the recipient of three Tony Awards, the Pulitzer Prize, SDC’s Mr. Abbott Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre, and was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame. His book Putting it Together: How Stephen Sondheim and I Created Sunday in the Park With George made the New York Times bestseller list.
was Stephen Sondheim’s orchestrator of choice, orchestrating nearly all of his musicals, including Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, Sweeney Todd, Into the Woods, Passion and Road Show plus A Chorus Line, Nine, A Gentleman’s Guide… and the recent Carousel, West Side Story and The Music Man. In 1997 he received the first Tony given for orchestration, elevating him to “EGOT” status with all four major entertainment awards. In 2009 he was inducted into Broadway’s Theater Hall of Fame.
Broadway: Take Me Out; Kiss Me, Kate; Lobby Hero; She Loves Me (Tony, Drama Desk and OCC awards); On the Twentieth Century (Tony nom); You Can’t Take It With You (Tony nom); Kinky Boots (Tony nom); Lucky Guy (Tony nom); Hairspray (Tony, Drama Desk, OCC noms); and the upcoming production of A Beautiful Noise. Off-Broadway: Into the Woods, Seven Deadly Sins and Shakespeare in the Park. Founder and president of the architecture and design firm Rockwell Group.
Off-Broadway: Hercules, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Romeo and Juliet (The Public Theater/Shakespeare in the Park), Love and Information (New York Theatre Workshop, Lortel nomination), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Othello, The Comedy of Errors (Classic Stage Company). Regional: The Who’s Tommy (Kennedy Center), Williamstown Theatre Festival, Glimmerglass Festival, Huntington Theatre Company, Two River Theater. International: National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing, China; Berlin State Opera House, Germany. Obie Award. andreahooddesign.com
Originally from Maine, lighting designer Tyler Micoleau lives in Brooklyn. He has designed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, as well as regionally and internationally. He is the recipient of a Tony Award (for The Band’s Visit), two Lucille Lortel Awards, two Henry Hewes Design Awards, and two OBIE awards. Recent designs include: American Buffalo (Circle in the Square), A Case for the Existence of God (Signature Theatre NYC) and the national tour of The Band’s Visit.
has designed over 200 plays and musicals on and off Broadway, at regional theatres and internationally, from the original Playwrights Horizons production of Sunday in the Park With George, to the long-running revival of Chicago, to The Music Man. He received the first sound design Tony for the 2008 revival of South Pacific. Recording projects include the Broadway cast recording of An American in Paris (Grammy nom), Loudon Wainwright III’s High Wide & Handsome (Grammy) and Meredith Monk’s mercy.
Tours: Fiddler on the Roof (first national), The King and I (second national). Regional: Sense and Sensibility (American Repertory Theater, Portland Center Stage), Bus Stop, The Atheist (Huntington Theatre Company), Ether Dome (Alley Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Hartford Stage, Huntington Theatre Company), 39 Steps (Olney Theatre Center). Events/other: Drama Desk Awards (2017–2019), A Tribute to the Presidential Scholars (Kennedy Center, 2016–2019). Footloose (Norwegian Cruise Lines 2019). Broadway: Over 20 productions as associate sound designer. soundsneu.com
Most recently: dino design for Lincoln Center’s production of The Skin of Our Teeth. Soon: Disney’s Hercules, Kiss My Aztec! at Hartford Stage. Previous credits include The Public Theater, Carnegie Mellon University, Dallas Theater Center, Shakespeare Theatre of DC, Opera Saratoga, Ars Nova and 59E59. 2016 Obie for puppetry design for The Woodsman. 2021 Drama Desk for The Skin of Our Teeth puppet design. American Theatre magazine “Six Theatre Workers you Should Know” in 2020. Jamesortiz.co
Broadway: The Skin of Our Teeth, Skeleton Crew, Clyde’s, Trouble in Mind, for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, A Strange Loop, Slave Play, Once on This Island, Sunday in the Park With George, In Transit, Eclipsed, Side Show, After. Television: Emmy nomination for makeup design of NBC’s “The Wiz Live!” Recipient of 2019 and 2020 Obie Awards, Ruth Morley Design Award.
is a stage manager, producer, playwright, poet and self-care advocate. His 14 Broadway credits include Once on This Island, Rock of Ages and Rent. Justin is the producing director of The Forest of Arden, an adjunct professor at Columbia University and author of the collection of poetry and short stories, every grain of sand.
received the Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre. Credits include more than 100 shows, including the original Gypsy. He is an ASCAP composer whose compositions have sold over 100,000 records. His playing career segued from Tommy Dorsey and Benny Goodman to Leonard Bernstein. Recent Broadway: Chicago, The Music Man, Funny Girl.
Television: The Tony Awards, The Kennedy Center Honors, The Academy Awards, “A Capitol Fourth,” “We Are One: Obama Inaugural,” “Mozart in the Jungle.” Broadway: A Year With Frog and Toad; with Red Press: Hello, Dolly!; Carousel; King Lear; West Side Story; Funny Girl; The Lehman Trilogy; The Music Man; City Center Encores!
is thrilled to be back in the woods! As a stage manager, Cody has worked on 14 Broadway shows, most recently serving as the PSM and associate director for Freestyle Love Supreme. Other favorites: Cirque du Soleil, Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Tony Awards, VMAs and four Live! musicals for NBC. Cody is adjunct faculty at Columbia. He was named a 2020 OUT100 honoree and to the Kennedy Center Next 50 list. CRR Scholarship founder. codyrenard.com
With offices in both New York and Los Angeles, The Telsey Office casts for theatre, film, television and commercials. The Telsey Office is dedicated to creating safe, equitable and anti-racist spaces through collaboration, artistry, heart, accountability and advocacy.
Broadway/tour: A Christmas Carol, May We All, In Residence on Broadway, The Jimmy Awards, Notre Dame de Paris (Lincoln Center), Mystery Science Theater 3000. Regional: Bruce: The Musical, Anne of Green Gables, American Prophet, How to Dance in Ohio, True North, Russian Troll Farm, Grace: The Musical. Off-Broadway: A Sherlock Carol. Upcoming: Romy & Michele, Room, shAme, Syncing Ink and When Playwrights Kill. showtown.nyc
A Beautiful Noise; Beetlejuice; The Book of Mormon; Company; Frozen (Australia, Germany, London, Japan, North American tour); Hadestown (tour); Macbeth; Mean Girls (tour); Plaza Suite; The Kite Runner; The Music Man; ...what the end will be. Aurora has been providing technical supervision and production management to the entertainment industry since 1989.
has worked on over 40 Broadway/national/international productions, most recently the seven-time Tony-nominated revival of for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf. Delighted to be working on this production.
Broadway’s Waitress, Mrs. Doubtfire, Les Liaisons Dangereuses with Janet McTeer/Liev Schreiber, Waiting for Godot with Ian McKellen/Patrick Stuart, Merrily We Roll Along (Roundabout), La Traviata (Met Opera), Chess (Kennedy Center), 21 Chump Street (BAM), Twelfth Night (The Public). Immersive: Queen of the Night. Lorin directed Candace Bushnell’s Is There Still Sex in the City (Daryl Roth Theatre, NY Times Critic’s Pick), #DateMe (Westside Theatre), David Foster and Kat McPhee show. For Encores!: Assassins; God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater; Fanny. BFA from The Juilliard School, directing MA from NYU.
Chosen for their versatility and virtuosity, the musicians of The Encores! Orchestra are experts in all eras and styles of theatre music, from the operettas of Sigmund Romberg to the jazz-inflected scores of Harold Arlen to the classic 1960’s Broadway sound of John Kander and Fred Ebb.
In 15 years as music director of Encores! at New York City Center, Rob conducted over 35 shows culminating with this production of Into the Woods. Broadway music supervision and conducting includes Bright Star; Dames at Sea; Finian’s Rainbow; White Christmas; The Pajama Game; The Apple Tree; Wonderful Town; and Promises, Promises. Winner of the Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Direction and six-time nominee for “The Kennedy Center Honors” on CBS.
most recently directed Into the Woods for Encores!, “Annie Live!” for NBC and Hercules (Disney Theatricals/Public Works). She is the artistic director of Encores! at New York City Center, and previously founded the acclaimed Public Works program at The Public Theater. She served as resident director at The Public for eight seasons. Her directing work has received an Obie Award, Lortel Award, Lilly Award and multiple Drama Desk nominations.