BROADWAY: CHICAGO • PHANTOM • ANNIE GET YOUR GUN • WEST SIDE STORY
Additional New York performances include Maximillon in the Broadway revival of Candide, and Tommy Albright in New York City Opera’s production of Brigadoon. In New Zealand, he appeared as Archibald in that country’s production of The Secret Garden.
On the road, Brent played Victor Duchesi, in the pre-Broadway Tour of Busker Alley with Tommy Tune, and he starred opposite Cathy Rigby in the National Tour of Annie Get Your Gun. Brent made his Broadway debut as Tony in the revival of West Side Story, which he subsequently reprised in the International Tour. Off-Broadway credits include creating leading roles in: Silence! The Musical and Closer Than Ever, March of the Falsettos, The Death of Von Richtofen, and a musical version of Portrait of Jenny.
Brent has received critical acclaim when he performed as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, The Royal Albert and Royal Festival Hall’s in London, with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Boston Pops, Minnesota Opera, Opera Pacific, Michigan Opera, the Birmingham Symphony and the Liceu Opera House in Barcelona.
Brent is the founding member and producer of The Broadway Tenors. Solo albums include the recently released Christmas Mornings, The Alan Jay Lerner Album and The Kander and Ebb Album. Other recordings include Brigadoon, Grand Hotel, Dance a Little Closer, Closer Than Ever, Show Stoppers, The Busby Berkeley Album, Lost in Boston IV, Unsung Musicals, Vol. III, and The Maury Yeston Songbook.
On television and in film Brent was featured in The Producers, Hercules, Longtime Companion, All My Children, Another World and Guiding Light. For more information, visit: www.brentbarrett.com
BROADWAY: CITY OF ANGELS • LES MISERABLES • WHITE CHRISTMAS
Mr. Bogardus is an original cast member of the Broadway production of Falsettos. He created the role of Whizzer in the 1981 off-Broadway production of William Finn’s March of the Falsettos at Playwrights Horizons. Nine years later he reprised the role in Falsettoland at Playwrights Horizons and the Lucille Lortel Theatre. Between these engagements he portrayed Marvin in a revival of Finn’s In Trousers at the Promenade Theatre. Stephen made his Broadway debut in the 1980 revival of West Side Story as Mouthpiece and later starred as Tony in Paris and at the Hamburg Stattsoper. He sings the role of Baby John on Leonard Bernstein’s Deutsche Grammonphon recording of the show.
He played opposite Frederica von Stade in the concert version of Bernstein’s On The Town with the San Francisco Symphony and was featured in the Kennedy Center’s tenth anniversary production of Mass. Stephen’s extensive off-Broadway work includes Craig Wright’s, The Pavilion (Rattlesnake), Genesis and Umbrellas of Cherbourg (Public Theatre), Feathertop (WPA Theatre) No Way to Treat A Lady (Hudson Guild) and Love! Valour! Compassion! (Manhattan Theatre Club). For the City Center series entitled, Encores! Great American Musicals in Concert, he has co-starred in productions of Sweet Adeline and Allegro. For Los Angeles like-minded Reprise! series he co-starred in Bells Are Ringing.
Stephen’s concert work includes guest performances with the San Francisco Symphony, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and in Sweden with the Gothenburg Symphony. He portrayed Gaylord Ravenal in the national tour of Show Boat, the writer Stine in the L.A. production of City of Angels and Freddy Trumper in the national tour of Chess. He appeared in the American premiere of Doug Lucie’s Progress at the Long Wharf Theatre as Rene Gallimard in the Arena Stage production of M. Butterfly and starred in Ray Davies’ 80 Days at the La Jolla Playhouse.
For television, Mr. Bogardus has guest starred on Monk (he was “the Leper” on ‘Mr. Monk and the Leper’), the trilogy of Law and Order shows, Ed, Without A Trace, Life and Eleventh Hour. His films include Julie and Julia, Second Best, States of Control, and Love! Valour! Compassion! Stephen was graduated from Princeton University where he was a member of The Triangle Club and The Nassoons.
BROADWAY: BOOK OF MORMON • PHANTOM • RAGTIME • LES MISERABLES
Off-Broadway and regional roles include Sebastian in The Thing About Men, multiple roles in New York’s long-running comedy hit Forbidden Broadway (2005 Drama Desk award), the title role in Floyd Collins, Volodya in Bed & Sofa (best actor nomination – Barrymore Award), the title role in the U.S. premiere of Dracula – a chamber musical and most recently El Gallo in The Fantasticks (Acclaim Award, Best Actor).
As a concert soloist and recording artist Ron has sung at Radio City Music Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, with numerous Symphonies and Pops orchestras and on numerous recordings (including 2 solo CD’s).
For more information, visit: www.ronbohmer.com
BROADWAY: WICKED • THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA •
David first gained critical acclaim when, after a two year search, he was chosen to replace Donny Osmond as Joseph in the national tour of “Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” (Dramalogue Award). He toured nationally in another Andrew Lloyd Webber blockbuster playing Peter in “Jesus Christ Superstar.” Last year in NYC, he starred in the new Off-Broadway show “The Best Is Yet to Come – The Music Of Cy Coleman.” He was the voice of the Prince in the Warner Bros. animated feature “The King And I,” and can be heard on the soundtracks to “Ghepetto,” and “Home On The Range”.
David performs with symphonies all over the country and his solo concert has been seen in the United States, Canada, and Europe. He has recorded two solo albums, his self-titled CD and “One Day.” David works extensively with kids through vocal and acting workshops and hosts a summer program for young artists called “Camp Sing.” For more information, visit: www.davidburnham.com
BROADWAY: SUNSET BOULEVARD • MAMMA MIA • CONTACT
Off-Broadway: Chris Durang’s, Adrift In Macao, Lanford Wilson’s Book Of Days at the Signature Theater and in the regional premiere of Book Of Days at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Hartford Stage. He also starred Off-Broadway in AVOW, by Bill C. Davis. Other theatrical credits include: The Christian’s, Alabama Story, Seminar, David Mamet’s, Race, Death and The Maiden, 12 Angry Men, Noel Coward’s Hayfever at San Diego’s Old Globe, Oleanna, Beauty And The Beast, Johnny Guitar, the Kennedy Center’s revival of Bell’s Are Ringing, Of Thee I Sing at Chicago’s Symphony Space, the Ford’s Theatre production of On Shiloh Hill, Boogie Woogie Rumble of a Dream Deferred, at the Urban Arts Corps in New York, Breakfast At Tiffany’s at the St Louis MUNY and productions of I Love My Wife and Larry Shue’s The Nerd.
Feature films include Weekend Warriors, Bump in the Night, Tom, Dick and Harry, and Universal’s Simple Wish with Martin Short and Kathleen Turner. On television he co-starred for 5 seasons with Bill Conrad and Joe Penny on CBS’s Jake and the Fatman. He also co-starred with John Ritter as surfer “E.Z. Taylor”, on ABC’s Three’s a Crowd, Evan Grant on NBC’s Another World, Dr. Ellis Marshall on All My Children, Contact – Live From Lincoln Center, on PBS, and in Redflag, a CBS Movie of the Week. Alan has guest starred on numerous television shows including, Law and Order, L&O SVU, Homicide: Life on the Streets, Facts of Life, Throb, Matlock and award winning Web Series, Submissions Only and Then We Got Help.
His recordings include Sunset Boulevard, Adrift In Macao, “ABC” A Tribute to Adler, Bock and Coleman and The Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber on Polygram. Alan is an originating member of the Broadway Tenors with Brent Barrett and Brian d’Arcy James. He has sung at the White House and performed for three U.S Presidents.
Alan is a co-founder of Theatre Raleigh in Raleigh, North Carolina and is a founding
member of H.O.L.A. (Heart of Los Angeles) Youth Theatre, providing an artistic outlet
and guidance to inner-city children. Proud father of Riley Rose. alancampbell.net
BROADWAY: WEST SIDE • GREY GARDENS • A CATERED AFFAIR
Matt has toured the country in productions of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Ragtime, Grease, and Strike Up the Band. Off-Broadway productions include Death Takes a Holiday and Grey Gardens. “Mr. Cavenaugh, the boyish star of the recent revival of “West Side Story,” possess a strong tenor. ” – Charles Isherwood. NY Times
Select regional theatre credits: Gigi (LA Reprise); It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman (DTC); A Catered Affair (The Old Globe); Palm Beach (La Jolla Playhouse); Anything Goes (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Carousel (Pittsburgh CLO); 2 Lives (George Street Playhouse); Princesses (Goodspeed Opera House); Dorian (Denver Center).“As Superman/Clark Kent, Cavenaugh acts and sings with appropriate sincerity and engaging charisma.” Variety
Television audiences know Matt as Mark Solomon on One Life to Live, Adam Munson on As the World Turns, and from Law & Order: CI. Matt played the character of Sean in the award winning indie film Sexual Dependency. He has twice collaborated with the New York Philharmonic for both The Soldier’s Tale and Sondheim: The Birthday Concert, which also aired on PBS. Matt’s debut album, Gonna Make You Love Me, is available on iTunes and CD Baby. For more information, visit: www.mattcavenaugh.com.
BROADWAY: SPAMALOT • SOUTH PACIFIC • BOOK OF MORMON
Broadway audiences applauded him in Spamalot as Sir Galahad, The Black Knight and other zany characters, directed Mike Nichols; Amour; Once Upon a Mattress as Sir Harry with Sarah Jessica Parker; and Swinging on a Star for which he received a Drama Desk Award nomination.
Off-Broadway he played Gordon in A New Brain at the Lincoln Center Theater; Si Morley opposite Laura Benanti in Time and Again for the Manhattan Theatre Club; and he played opposite Tyne Daley in Call Me Madam for City Center’s Encores! He was also seen in the original cast of Big City Rhythm: The Songs of Barry Kleinbort. Nationally he toured as Joe Gillis in Sunset Boulevard opposite Petula Clark; Lt. Cable in South Pacific with Robert Goulet; and Sam in the Las Vegas company of Mamma Mia!
Mr. Cleale has played leading roles in more than 30 regional productions, including Giorgio in Passion for which he received the Helen Hayes Award; John Adams in the acclaimed production of 1776 at the Fords Theater in Washington, D.C., and Alfie in the Burt Bacharach musical What the World Needs Now opposite Sutton Foster. Mr. Cleale can be heard on many recordings including: Infinite Joy: The Songs of William Finn, Encores from Encores!, Adam Guettel’s Myths and Hymns, RCA/Victor’s Great Musicals, Call Me Madam (Broadway Revival cast), Amour (original cast), Once Upon a Mattress (1996 Broadway Revival), Swinging on a Star (original cast), Big City Rhythm: The Songs of Barry Kleinbort (original cast), I Love New York with Bryan Batt (original cast) and Sarah Zahn: Witchcraft. He is a graduate of the University of Miami where he was named a Distinguished Alumnus. For more information, visit: LewisClealeonline.com
BROADWAY: EVITA • OKLAHOMA •PHANTOM • LES MISERABLES
John Cudia holds the distinct honor of being the first and only actor to have performed both as the The Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera and Jean Valjean in Les Misérables on Broadway. John’s most recent Broadway run counted him as only the 12th performer to play the Phantom in its historic, record-breaking, 25 years. John recently played Jean Valjean at the Marriott Theater in Chicago where his performance not only earned him critical acclaim but also the Joseph Jefferson Award for “best actor in a musical.” John proudly made his Broadway debut in Les Misérables and enjoyed a long and successful relationship with both Les Miz and Phantom.
John toured the United States and Canada as the Phantom and also has the role of Raoul to his credit. John was raised in Tom’s River, NJ, and was a musical performer from a very early age. He earned his B.A. from Fordham University and then went on to perform leading roles in theaters across the country including Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar, Lieutenant Cable in South Pacific and Tony in West Side Story.
John is now emerging as classical crossover artist. As a featured tenor soloist, John has sung in concert across the country with The Music of Andrew Lloyd Weber, The Omaha Symphony and also with the Orchestra of Saint Peter by the Sea in his home state. He is excited to be making his Lyric Opera of Chicago debut this Spring as Curly in their thrilling new production Oklahoma! Following the Lyric, John will sing his first Alfredo in La Traviata with Lyric Opera of the North.
John is happily married to Broadway actress Kathy Voytko and the proud father of Alena Joyce, 3 and Evelyn Rose, 18 months.
BROADWAY: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS • EVITA • LES MISERABLES
Max von Essen recently finished a run on Broadway in An American in Paris as Henri Baurel, a role which earned him a Tony Award nomination for best featured actor. He previously appeared in the revival of Evita as Agustin Magaldi, the first revival of Les Miserables as Enjolras, Dance of the Vampires as Alfred, the closing company of the original Les Miserables, and the first revival of Jesus Christ Superstar. Other New York credits include The Mint Theater’s production of Yours Unfaithfully, The Dreyfus Affair at BAM, Maury Yeston’s Death Takes a Holiday at the Roundabout Theatre Company, The Transport Group’s revival of Michael John LaChiusa’s Hello Again (Drama League nomination), Jerry Springer: The Opera at Carnegie Hall, Finian’s Rainbow at the Irish Repertory Theatre and The Fantasticks at the Sullivan Street Playhouse. He led the first national tour of Xanadu as Sonny Malone, appeared as Mary Sunshine in the national tour of Chicago, played Tony in West Side Story throughout Europe and performed as a back up singer for the legendary Liza Minnelli. Television and film credits include Law & Order: SVU, Elementary, Boardwalk Empire, The Good Wife, Royal Pains, Gossip Girl, The Beautiful Life, The Intern, Sex and the City 2, Seven Lovers and the short film Blonde. He was also a regular on the hit web series, Submissions Only. Mr. von Essen’s recordings include An American In Paris (Grammy Nomination), Evita, Death Takes a Holiday, Love Songs of Andrew Lloyd Weber, and Finian’s Rainbow. Find Max on Twitter & Instagram as @maxizpad.
BROADWAY: SIDE SHOW • WEST SIDE STORY • JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
Matthew most recently starred as Freddie in Chess at the Pioneer Theatre, and Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar in ACT of Connecticut’s breakthrough debut season.
Matthew was last seen on Broadway in the critically celebrated revival of Side Show as song-and-dance man, Buddy Foster. Before opening to glowing reviews in New York, Matthew recreated the role of Buddy at La Jolla Playhouse, and then at the Kennedy Center along with the show’s acclaimed creators Bill Russell, Henry Krieger, and Academy Award winning director Bill Condon. Other Broadway credits include Tony in West Side Story, under the direction of the musical’s playwright, Authur Laurents. Matthew originated the role of Brian, in the George Street Playhouse’s world premiere of It Shoulda Been You, under the direction of David Hyde Pierce, before briefly rejoining the cast on Broadway.
Matthew scored his first role on Broadway as Kenickie in the revival of Grease, directed by Kathleen Marshall. Off-Broadway, Matthew played the role of John in the US premiere of Tomorrow Morning at the York Theatre. He also originated the role of Nick Hurley in the world premiere tour of Flashdance the Musical.
Shortly after graduating from Penn State University with a BFA in Musical Theatre, Matthew toured nationally with Grease, the 10th Anniversary Tour of Rent, as well as the international tour of Fame the musical. Regional favorites include shows at Planet Hollywood of Las Vegas, the Fulton Opera House, the Downtown Theatre of Penn State, and the Lyric Opera of Chicago. All love to his beautiful Megan.
Follow Matthew on instagram/twitter: @matthew_hydzik
BROADWAY: FINDING NEVERLAND • WICKED • THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY
Other Broadway credits include Wicked (Fiyero), The Bridges of Madison County (Standby for Robert Kincaid), First Date (Standby), The Wedding Singer (Standby for Robbie Hart), and Les Misérables (Marius). He has also performed in London where he was a part of the West End production of Hair.
On the other side of the globe, he has traveled and performed extensively in Asia. He helped open the Culture Square Theater in Shanghai and has performed concerts in Singapore and Manila. Currently, he is helping to develop Singapura, an original musical opening in 2015 in Singapore to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their independence.
Other travels have taken him to Los Angeles where he was in the Pre-Broadway production of 9 to 5 The Musical and across the country in the National Tour of The Music Of Andrew Lloyd Webber. He has also performed concerts in Mozambique, Chile, Argentina, and all around the Caribbean.
Closer to home, he was in the original Off-Broadway productions of Next To Normal at Second Stage Theater, played Woody in Finian’s Rainbow at the Irish Repertory Theater, and was a swing in the original company of Altar Boyz, where he performed all five roles.
When he’s not working in New York, Kevin has performed across the country in such venues as The Papermill Playhouse in New Jersey, The St. Louis MUNY, Sacramento California Music Circus, The Virginia Opera, and The Signature Theater in Washington D.C. He has also performed at the world-famous Carnegie Hall.
Kevin originally moved to New York City to attend New York University where he earned a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. He and his wife, Megan Lawrence, have four crazy kids named Gus, Sunny Jo, Nolie, and Clover!
BROADWAY: SUNDAY IN THE PARK • BILLY ELLIOT • LES MISERABLES
BROADWAY: A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC • LES MISERABLES
Mr. Lazar starred in Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway revival of A Little Night Music opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury. Other Broadway credits include: Impressionism, A Tale of Two Cities, the revival of Les Misérables (Drama Desk Nomination), A Light in the Piazza, Oklahoma, and Phantom of the Opera.
Lazar co-starred with Reba McEntire and Brian Stokes Mitchell in the Hollywood Bowl production of South Pacific. As a soloist, he has worked with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall, the Boston Pops conducted by Keith Lockhart, the National Symphony Orchestra helmed by Marvin Hamlisch, and Peter Nero and the Philly Pops. He also sang the role of Adam/Silva with the Jerusalem Philharmonic in a televised concert of the Broadway-bound musical Imagine This. TV credits include: “White Collar,” “Ugly Betty,” “New Amsterdam,” “The Notorious Betty Paige,” “All My Children” (recurring), and a PBS “Live from Lincoln Center” telecast. For more information, visit: aaronlazar.com
BROADWAY: ALLADIN • IN TRANSIT • ALLEGIANCE • GODSPELL
BROADWAY: LITTLE MERMAID • PORGY & BESS • MISS SAIGON
Other stage credits include RAGTIME at the North Carolina Theatre; THE FANTASTICKS Sacramento Music Circus; BABY w/La Chanze at Papermill Playhouse; DREAMGIRLS at Atlanta’s Fox Theater w/the legendary Jennifer Holliday; and SWEENEY TODD Signature Theater, for which Norm received a Helen Hayes Award nomination.Norm has been seen in three of The Actor’s Fund of America’s acclaimed fall benefit concerts. He was Curtis Taylor Jr. in the 20th anniversary concert of DREAMGIRLS, Molokov in CHESS with Josh Groban and a soloist in HAIR. He is also a very proud member of the Broadway Inspirational Voices. Norm’s television credits include: All My Children – Assistant DA Keith McClean, Detective Hale on As the World Turns, and guest starring roles on Cosby and Strong Medicine, Mystery Woman, along with numerous commercials.
Norm, can also be heard on a variety of recordings including the original cast recordings of AMOUR, SIDE SHOW, THE WILD PARTY, THE WHO’S TOMMY and A NEW BRAIN as well as William Finn’s “Infinite Joy”, Fynsworth Alley’s Stephen Sondheim collections, the Nonesuch complete cast recording of DREAMGIRLS in Concert with Audra McDonald, Heather Headley and Lillias White as well as the Grammy Nominated “Great Joy”. His premiere solo CD was just released. For more information, visit: www.NormLewis.com
BROADWAY: RENT • 25th ANNUAL SPELLING BEE • KING & I
Broadway credits include Chip Tolentino in William Finn’s The 25th Annual Putnam Country Spelling Bee (Drama Desk Award, dir. James Lapine), El Gato in Wonderland, Wang Ta in David Henry Hwang’s adaptation of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Flower Drum Song, Angel in RENT (dir. Michael Greif), Jessie-Lee in Streetcorner Symphony and his debut as Lun Tha in the 1996 Revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King & I opposite Donna Murphy and Lou Diamond Phillips. Off-Broadway appearances include Adam in Falling For Eve (York), Gabey in On the Town (dir. George C. Wolfe, Delacorte) and Adam Guettel’s Saturn Returns (dir. Tina Landau, Public Theater). Regional appearances include Bill Sikes in Oliver! (Papermill), Guillaume in Cameron Mackintosh’s Martin Guerre (Guthrie Theater), Tin Man in Ballad of Little Jo (Steppenwolf Theater, dir. Tina Landau, Jefferson Nomination – Best Supporting Actor) and Candide in Candide (Prince Theater, Barrymore Nomination – Best Actor).
TV/Film appearances include HBO’s Sex and the City opposite Margaret Cho and Hitch with Will Smith. Appearing on numerous cast albums Jose is also a best-selling recording artist on the VIVA Philippines label. Training from Manhattan School of Music. Jose is a constant advocate for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and serves on the Advisory Committee for Broadway Impact for Marriage Equality. www.josellana.com
BROADWAY: NEXT TO NORMAL • WICKED • PIPPIN
Kyle Dean Massey is best know for his work on Broadway in Pippin, Next to Normal, Wicked & Xanadu and to television audiences as Kevin Bicks from ABC’s Nashville.
Kyle Dean was raised in Jonesboro, Arkansas, a town 60 miles northwest of Memphis, TN. He started taking dance classes at age 6 and spent his adolescence singing in school choirs and studying the piano. After discovering musical theatre in high school he went on to receive a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Missouri State University.
In addition to his three seasons on Nashville (ABC), Kyle Dean has also appeared on The Good Wife (CBS), Inside Amy Schumer (CC), High Maintenance (HBO), Up All Night (NBC), Hart of Dixie (CW), Cupid (ABC), Sex And the City 2 (HBO Films), Contest and After Party. He has also performed on Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, Live with Regis & Kelly, Live from Lincoln Center & The 62nd Annual Tony Awards. He also lends his voice as a voice-over artist for two Emmy winning children’s programs on Nickelodeon, Peter Rabbit and Sunny Day. While starring in Next to Normal, Kyle Dean was the star of his own popular web-blog series, Normal Life, on Broadway.com. Five years later he hosted another series, Fresh Prince, while starring in the title role of Pippin.
Internationally Kyle Dean starred in Pippin at the The Royal Theatre in Amsterdam, played the title role in Jekyll & Hyde in Seoul, played Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street in Tokyo, and starred in Casi Normales in Buenos Aires.
As a vocalist Kyle Dean has performed across the country in pops concerts with symphony orchestras and in more intimate cabaret settings with his one man show.
Kyle Dean serves as a masterclass instructor & panel contributor for several different teaching organizations including Camp Broadway, Broadway Artists Alliance, Broadway Connection, VIP Tours of New York, the Missouri Fine Arts Academy, Stagelighter & Broadway Triple Threat. He also serves as a private acting & voice coach to students all over the country.
Kyle Dean is a passionate supporter of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, The Trevor Project and various human rights groups. He frequently performs in charity concerts at various venues across New York City including Joe’s Pub, Ars Nova & The Laurie Beechman Theatre & 54 Below.
BROADWAY: MISS SAIGON • WEST SIDE STORY • FALSETTOS
On television, Sean starred as Hart Jessup in the long running CBS Daytime Drama GUIDING LIGHT. He also appeared on NBC’S THE TONIGHT SHOW with both Jay Leno and Johnny Carson. He sang for the President of the United States on three separate occasions at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and for Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, at a command performance. Sean made his solo debut garnering glowing reviews at New York’s prestigious JOE’S PUB, at the Public Theater. He is also very proud to have shared the stage with Bernadette Peters at CARNEGIE HALL.
His recordings include NEW YORK NIGHTS, MY BROADWAY, and most recent PIECE OF SKY on Jay Records. Sean’s Opera credits include LA TRAVIATA and CARMEN. For more information visit: SEANMCDERMOTT.COM
BROADWAY: SIDE SHOW • PHANTOM • CHICAGO