Perhaps best known as Gonzo Gates on the series Trapper M.D., Gregory's career spans television, film, and theater. Starring in over 40 movies-of-the-week, including Breaking the Silence, For Ladies Only, Enola Gay, Bare Essentials, Robin Cook's Mortal Fear, and the mini-series Centennials, Fresno, and Nothing Lasts Forever, he's soon to be seen in the CBS telefilm Murder at 75 Birch. Other television series include Logan's Run, Falcon Crest, Family Man, and New York News. He has made guest appearances on Mash, Barnaby Jones, Sisters, Touched By An Angel, and Outer Limits. Films include It's My Party, North Shore, Razorback, Running Wild, and the recent Air Bud II: Golden Receiver for Disney. Gregory has developed and produced more than two dozen MOWs under the aegis of Catalina Productions, which also funded and operated the Coast Playhouse from 1982-93, during which time its sixty productions garnered more than one hundred LA theatre awards. In 1992 Gregory was honored with the Ovation Award for Outstanding Contribution to Los Angeles Theater. Gregory debuted on Broadway in 1997 in Kander and Ebb's Steel Pier, while regional efforts include Paper Moon: The Musical, Festival, The Music Man, The Hasty Heart (Best Actor, LADC), Picnic, Child's Play, and Karnal Knowledge.
originally performed Mary Turner in the historic, concertized revival of Of Thee I Sing/Let 'Em Eat Cake at the Kennedy Center and BAM. Maureen debuted on Broadway as Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance, followed by Luisa Contini, in the Tony award-winning Nine, and Polly in The Threepenny Opera. Off-Broadway, she originated the role of Mary in Brownstone, and recently starred as Anna in the National Company of The King & I. Ms. McGovern's prestigious career also encompasses concerts, films, television, radio, symphony appearances, and recordings, beginning with the #1 chart topping Academy-award winner and Gold Record, The Morning After, from The Poseidon Adventure, followed by the Oscar winning We May Never Love Like This Again from the Towering Inferno, and Can You Read My Mind from Superman. Maureen has recorded over 25 albums including Naughty Baby, a Centennial Gershwin recording for CBS Records, Out of This World: McGovern Sings Arlen, The Music Never Ends: The Lyrics of Alan & Marilyn Bergman, and her latest CD, The Pleasure of His Company, a piano/voice album with jazz pianist, Mike Renzi, released this month on Sterling Records. This year, Maureen celebrates her 25th Anniversary as a performer, coinciding with a Gold Record for Take My Hand: Songs from the 100 Acre Wood, on Disney Records.
TELEVISION: Regular on Evening Shade (as the lovable newsboy in the little red wagon, Nub Oliver); Guest-Star on Suddenly Susan, Columbo: Ashes to Ashes, ER, Chicago Hope, Grace Under Fire, Lois & Clark, Hangin' With Mr. Cooper, Family Matters, Married...With Children; Recurring on Dukes of Hazzard (as Emory Potter), Trapper John, M.D., Moloney, numerous productions of Shelly Duvall's Faerie Tale Theatre. FILM: Liar, Liar, Crazy in Alabama, The Out-of-Towners, Fight Club, She's All That, Jo Jo Dancer, All the Marbles. STAGE: Tours: Productions of Never Too Late (with Bob Cummings, Andy Devine, Eddie Bracken), How to Succeed in Business... (as Bud Frump), Once Upon A Mattress (as Prince Dauntless), The Music Man (as Marcellus Washburn), Fiddler on the Roof (as Motel); Regional: The Foreigner (as Charlie Baker), God's Favorite (as Sidney Lipton), Much Ado About Nothing (as Dogberry), Star-Spangled Girl (as Norman), Don't Drink the Water (as Axel), The Merchant of Venice (as Lancelot Gobbo), 1st season of Dallas Repertory Theatre (Gypsy, Picnic, The Apple Tree, Enter Laughing, Tom Jones), Theatre 3 - Dallas; The Boy Friend, The Fantasticks, Celebration, Goldoni's The Venetian Twins, Los Angeles: The Threepenny Opera (as Filch), Henry IV, Part I (as Poins), The Three Cuckholds (as Coviello).
is currently featured as Chad in the series, Rude Awakening on the Showtime Channel. Prior to that, he spent a year bound and handcuffed as Harry Houdini in Ragtime at the Shubert Theatre. Also in L.A., he was featured in Forbidden Broadway and was nominated for an Ovation Award. On Broadway, he starred in A Grand Night For Singing, Falsettos, Stardust, Snoopy, and Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?. Off-Broadway shows include: Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh (Drama Desk Nomination), Forever Plaid, Olympus On My Mind, and All in the Timing. He made his Metropolitan Opera House debut as vocal soloist in Twyla Tharp's Everlast with the American Ballet Theatre, and performed his one man show at New York's Rainbow and Stars. Other TV appearences include a lot of guest spots, a couple of pilots, 2 PBS specials with the Boston Pops, and a lot of voiceovers and jingles, including the voice of Lucky the Leprechaun for Lucky Charms Cereal, a balanced part of your complete breakfast. Jason has recorded more than 20 albums, including his solo album You're Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile, Jason Graae sings Charles Strouse. (Varese Sarabande) Few words left - took his first trip to France this summer!
comes directly from the National Tour of Disney's Beauty & The Beast where she has been busy cleaning the castle as Babette, the saucy-French-maid-turned-feather-duster, a role she also originated in the Los Angeles production at the Shubert Theater. Other credits include leading roles in : Gusy & Dolls (Broadway/National Tour, Jerry Zaks, dir.), Lunch (National Tour, Glenn Casale, dir.), Elmer Gantry (La Jolla Playhouse, Des McAnuff, dir.), The Foreigner (Alliance Theatre, Ron Lagomarsino, dir.), Birds by Lisa Loomer (South Coast Rep), The Rocky Horror Show (New Mexico Rep, Andrew Shea, dir.), Little Me (Belle Poitrine, co-starring Rich Little), Into The Woods (Cinderella, w/Leslie Uggams), Company (April, Drama-Logue Award), Lullaby Of Broadway (Tiffany Theatre) and The Fellowship (w/Bruce Vilanch). Favorite Television & Film credits include: Frasier, Bouncers (Pilot/Series Regular), Providence (Pilot), Life With Roger, Wings, and the recent Don Roos Film, The Opposite Sex, in which she played Lisa Kudrow's sister but alas went the way of Kevin Kostner in The Big Chill. Ms. Lee and partner Adam Leigh are currently developing several scripts for television. Originally from Minneapolis and raised in Aspen, Ms. Lee now splits her time between New York, Vancouver, and Los Angeles.
last trod the boards in The Sisters, directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman, at the University of California Santa Barbara. This summer he appeared in the musical revue American Twistory at the Roosevelt Hotel's Cinegrill. Wasson has also appeared on Broadway in Death of a Salesman, and All God's Chillun Got Wings, both directed by George C. Scott, at The Circle in the Square Theatre; in a National Tour of Godspell; Off-Broadway in the title role of the American Premiere of Jock at Ubu Rep, For Sale at The 91st Street Playhouse, and Fire in the Mindhouse at the Circle Repertory Theatre. Among his film credits are Body Double, Four Friends (for which he received a Golden Globe nomination), Ghost Story, Second Thoughts, The Boys in Company 'C,' Go Tell the Spartans, and Carny. He recently finished The Last Best Sunday directed by Don Most, and The Imagemaker directed by Doug Atchison. Recent MOW's include: Seed, directed by Paula Walker for the Lifetime channel, Deep Family Secrets for CBS, Harvest of Fire, a Hallmark Hall of Fame Production of CBS, and Sister-In-Law for USA.
just completed Gypsy at the Papermill Playhouse opposite Betty Buckley. He has performed on Broadway in Copperfield, Into The Light, and Onward Victoria; Off-Broadway in Mayor, Brownstone, The Wonder Years, and Company. National tours include South Pacific, Forum, and Guys and Dolls. Locally, Lenny has been seen as Tevye in Fiddler (Alex Theatre), Radio Gals (Pasadena Playhouse), State Fair and Company (both at Long Beach CLO). He is an associate artist of the award-winning Blank Theatre Company in L.A., where he has appeared in Loot, Breaking The Code, and The Cradle Will Rock. Recent regional credits include My Fair Lady (Doolittle), Cabaret (Schultz), No Way To Treat A Lady (Morris), and The Rothchilds (Meyer). Original cast recordings include Radio Gals, Mayor, Onward Victoria, and The Cradle Will Rock. Since relocating to L.A., Lenny has guest starred on over 70 shows. He was a series regular on Baby Talk and has reoccurring roles on You're The One, L.A. Law, Pacific Palisades, and Something So Right. Other shows include Mad About You, Diagnosis Murder, Murder One, Party Of Five, Sisters, Working, and Murphy Brown. Television and feature film credits include Secrets, Locked Up, Murder Between Friends, S.F.W., Project Alf, Panthers, and the acclaimed And The Band Played On.
is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. He is the recipient of three Drama-Logue Awards - for acting in Sexual Perversity In Chicago by David Mamet, for directing Under The Sycamore Tree by Samuel Spewack, and for producing Terra Nova by Ted Tally, as well as receiving the 1997 Show Business West Garland Award for outstanding achievemnt in producing. Gus is a member of the Actor's Co-op in Hollywood and has appeared in many Co-op productions, such as Lou Cohn in the 1940's Radio Hour, which ran a record-breaking nine months, as Sidney Black in Light Up The Sky and as Mr. Sipos in the award-winning production of She Loves Me. Gus has appeared in over 50 plays, films, T.V. shows and movies of the week, playing featured to guest starring roles. Last season he appeared on E.R. and can be seen in the upcoming Hallmark Hall of Fame production entitled Grace And Glorie airing in December, 1998.
is delighted to return to the Freud Playhouse stage, having spent many happy hours here as an undergraduate at UCLA. Most recently he appeared in Peter Sellars' newest piece, Peony Pavilion at the Barbican Centre in London, as well as theatres in Vienna and Rome. He has appeared in four original Broadway companies, including Miss Saigon. Also, Antony & Cleopatra opposite Vanessa Redgrave at The Public/NYSF, Hamlet with Campbell Scott at the Huntington Theatre, Bruinhaha at the Kennedy Center and UCLA, Cambodia Agonistes for the Cairo International Festival for Experimental Theatre and The Market Square Theatre in Johannesburg, M. Butterfly at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, and Bok Choy Variations at the Minnesota Opera. He played Marvin in the National Asian-American Theatre Company's revival of Falsettoland, the sleeper hit of last summer's Off-Broadway season and performed in A Salute to William Finn, a benefit where he sang excerpts from Falsettos with the original Broadway cast. He is the recipient of a Kennedy Center, ASCAP, and Drama-Logue award and a magna cum laude graduate of UCLA. It's great to be home.
Broadway: Sunset Boulevard (Cecil B. DeMille) with Glenn Close and Betty Buckley. Regional: The Devils, Othello, Hot L Baltimore, The Collection, The Lesson, American Dream, The American Clock, Mark Taper Forum. Below the Belt, Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. Ten seasons with the Arena Stage in some sixty plays including The Threepenny Opera (Dir. Alan Schneider), Twelve Angry Men, Golden Boy, Tartuffe, Misalliance, and Once In A Lifetime. Three seasons with North Shore Music Theatre in Gypsy, Irma La Duce, Oklahoma, Fiorello, and many others. Film: The Hindenburg, Little Big Man, Westworld, Star, The Never Ending Story, Freaky Friday, and Private Benjamin. Television: Series regular and recurring roles on Murphy Brown (Emmy Nomination), Eischied, The Six Million Dollar Man, and Big Eddie. Guest star on Diagnosis Murder, Touched By An Angel, Murder, She Wrote, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Who's The Boss?, Mama's Family, Matlock, Married With Children, Quantum Leap, Get Smart, Hogan's Heroes, and more. Movies of the Week: Blind Ambition, Washington Behind Closed Doors, The Two, Mrs. Grenvilles, Helter-Skelter, Raid On Entebbe, Fear On Trial, Memorial Day, To Kill A Cop, and The Ghost of Flight 401. Mr. Oppenheimer is also heard on many cartoons and commercials.
was most recently seen on television guest starring in Oh Baby. Some other television credits include: Third Rock from the Sun, The Pretender, Star Trek: Voyager, Mad TV, Party Of Five, Beverly Hills 90210, and Ellen. On stage she has starred in Other People's Money, Sweet Charity, They're Playing Our Song, Mame, My One and Only, Bye Bye Birdie, My Fair Lady, and many others, and she has performed opposite such notables as Lucie Arnaz, Lynn Redgrave, Betty White, Judy Kaye, and Marvin Hamlisch. REPRISE! audiences may remember Lise in the original cast of Promises, Promises and our second incarnation of Wonderful Town. She can currently be seen as Connie, Victor Newman's secretary on The Young and the Restless, and is in development for her own television series.
is happy to be back in L.A. after spending the summer in Vancouver appearing as Harry Houdini in Ragtime. Other Los Angeles performances include Neil in 1940's Radio Hour (L.A. Drama Critics Circle Nominee & Drama-Logue winner) and Frankie in Forever Plaid. Television appearances include: Suddenly Susan, Murphy Brown, and Hangin' With Mr. Cooper. Film works include I Love Trouble, Father of the Bride II, and The Parent Trap. After many frigid Chicago winters, Bill, his wife, and sons are glad to call L.A. "home." Soli Gloria Deo.
has enjoyed working in musical theatre, teleivsion, film, and night clubs. She appeared as Kathy Selden in Singin' In The Rain, Michelle in Bells Are Ringing, Susie in The Love Boat; guest starring on Three's Company plus many commercials, Award Shows, and Variety Shows. Her film credits include Zanadu and New York, New York. Deborah is delighted to be working again with REPRISE! Broadway's Best In Concert after appearing in last sesason's production of Wonderful Town and to be playing the role of the maid in the Pulitzer Prize musical Of Thee I Sing during George Gershwin's centennial celebration.
is glad to be returning after doing Brenda in The Pajama Game. Her highlights include the 1st National touring company of Will Rogers Follies starring Keith Carradine, The Radio City Christmas Show (Rockettes), 42nd Street, The Flying Dutchman (directed by Julie Taymor), Tess in Crazy For You, and Dorcas in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Palmer will join the Sacramento Music Circus for their summer season. Her film and television credits include That Thing You Do (directed by Tom Hanks), Cinderella (starring Whitney Houston), Mrs. Santa Clause, The Tracey Ullman Show, Pensacola, and the upcoming HBO movie, The Walter Winchell Story. Cheers to my new love, Tae Kwon Do, and my old love, Eugene.
last appeared in Follies for the American Musical Theater of San Jose, as a dancer and understudy to Harvey Evans in the role of Buddy. Previously, Paul appeared as Custus in Crazy For You at the La Mirada Civic Theater. For Santa Barbara Civic Light Opera, he was assistant choreographer and appeard as Sid Phillips in Singin' In The Rain, and was the Scarecrow in The Wizard Of Oz. Other favorite theater credits include Mr. Bronstein in Rags, Ernest in Pal Joey with Dixie Carter and Elaine Stritch, the flamboyant waiter in Guys and Dolls starring Jack Jones and Maureen McGovern, a member of the Gaiety Quartet in Sugar Babies starring Rip Taylor and Juliet Prowse and an original member of the first National Tour of David Merrick's 42nd Street. Film and television credits include the movie Tap as a featured tapper with Gergory Hines, and Dr. Dan Dexler on daytime's General Hospital.
comes to REPRISE! again having just completed the role of Zaneeta in Theater League's The Music Man starring Barry Williams and starring as Kathy Selden in Singin' In The Rain for The Arvada Center Theater in Denver. LA stage credits include: REPRISE! Broadway's Best In Concert Wonderful Town starring Lucie Arnaz and Finian's Rainbow starring Andrea Marcovicci. World premiere as Dorothy Berlin in The Tin Pan Alley Rag at the Pasadena Playhouse, Ignorance in Pilgrim (Workshop/slated for Broadway '99), Theatre League's Camelot starring David Birney and Dale Kristien and as Sister/Young Eva in their Evita, Josie Cohan in The Welk's George M!, Margie in Landscape Of The Body, Hela in The Survivor, Ela in Charlie's Aunt, Zelda in Making Love To Zelda, Phoebe in Alterations, West Side Story (Opera Pacific), and more. TV & Film: The Eddie Files, Beverly Hills 90210, The Wild Thornberry's, Ren & Stimpy, Head of the Class, Say Anything, Salsa, commercials, voice-overs, T.V. specials, jingle singer for NBC Network & Premiere Radio Network, voice of Betty Boop for Betty Boop's Hollywood Mystery. Love to my ever supportive family and my angel Daniel.
is orginially from Vancouver, B.C. and his career has taken him to Toronto, New York, and finally Los Angeles. He has appeared on stage across Canada and the U.S. in the Tony Award winning revival of Showboat, Ragtime, and most recently, Hello Again. He has also been seen on screen in Steppin' Out, Eating L.A., and Mrs. Santa Clause. Steve has also just completed Todd's Coma, a half-hour pilot presentation for the HBO Workspace. Thank you to family and friends for always being supportive and sharing wisdom in times of need. Also to Bob Read of Albrecht/Read Management for continued belief and support. And most of all, Tammy, for putting up with my SHEOT! To my Grandma, who taught me my very first tap step, this one's for you! "Shuffle-down, Shuffle-down, Shuffle-double!" You're always in my heart.
has appeared on Broadway as Pre and Peter Pan in Jerome Robbins' Broadway as well as understudy for Belle and Babette in Disney's Beauty & The Beast. National Companies include Peter Pan in Jerome Robbins' Broadway, Sillabub in Cats, understudy for Betty in Sunset Boulevard, Angel in Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, and Leslie in Stardust. Regionally she has appeared as Sandy in Grease, Grace Farrel in Annie, Ellie in Showboat, Anybodys in West Side Story, Zaneeta in Music Man, Judy Turner in A Chorus Line, Minnie Fay in Hello, Dolly, Dream Laurie in Oklahoma!, Grandma Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof, and has featured parts in South Pacific, The Tin Pan Man, and others. Classical credits include Bianca in The Taming of the Shrew and Angelique in The Imaginary Invalid.
recently appeared at Frank in Fullerton Civic Light Opera's production of Showboat and the L.A. Weekly award-winning (Best Musical) Batboy: The Musical with the Actor's Gang Theater. Ray was a regular on USA Network's Up All Night with Rhonda Shear, has tapped on HBO's Dream On and danced in James L. Brook's I'll Do Anything.
could most recently be seen as Harry K. Thaw in the Los Angeles production of Ragtime. He also perfromed the role of Houdini on many occasions for the same show. Some of his choreography can be seen currently in Dog Music at Theatre West. He played Aaron/narrator in Chicago with Bebe Neuwirth, choreography by Ann Reinking and directed by Rob Marshall. He played the Pasadena Playhouse, the Kennedy Center, and Broadway as an original cast member of Mail. Toured the country as Michael Tobin in The Unsinkable Molly Brown starring Debbie Reynolds and Harve Presnell. Some of his credits include Mike in Music Theatre of San Jose's Chorus Line, Bobby in San Diego Star Light Theatre's Good News, Los Angeles Civic Light Opera's Sugar with Bobby Morse, Charlie in the world premiere of State Fair, the street crazy in the world premiere of Lunch with Barney Martin, back up performer for Andy Williams, Pal Joey with Elaine Stritch, etc...Robert lives with his beautiful wife Valri and three great kids, Amanda, Christine, and Jennifer in Thousand Oaks.