is thrilled to be working with Reprise! and the incredible cast and crew of Sunday in the Park with George. Brackenbury is a classically trained singer who takes pride in her versatility. Best known for her musical comedy, she is equally at home in pop, rock, and jazz. She studied at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco before heading to Los Angeles where she trained at the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music and School of Theatre. She was most recently seen as Sister Mary Katherine in the workshop production of Sister Act, the new Alan Menken musical heading to Broadway. Brackenbury has performed numerous times at the Hollywood Bowl in such shows as Showboat, The Music Man, and Mame, including singing with Roger Daltrey of The Who for his induction into the Hall of Fame. She has also performed leading roles in Peter Pan, Pippin, Canterville Chase, A Year With Frog and Toad, and Rock of Ages. Currently, you can catch her singing in UPRIGHT, An L.A. Cabaret at La Boheme in Hollywood, or check out her original music at myspace.com/elizabethbrackenbury. Thanks to SCAW, my family, and friends for their unconditional love and support. Proud member of Equity.
National tour: The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial (w/ Ed Asner, James Cromwell, Mike Farrell). Other theatre credits include: LA Theatre Works' Work Song: Three Views of Frank Lloyd Wright (w/ Amy Brenneman), Feste in Twelfth Night, Emcee in Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, Richard Henry Lee in 1776, Leander in San Fran Scapin, Albert Peterson in Bye Bye Birdie. Television: "Veronica Mars," "Joan of Arcadia," national commercials. Education: University of California, San Diego, B.A. Theatre.
first attracted attention at Northwestern, when her photo as "Miss Student Body" appeared in Life Magazine. She was a guest soloist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and won two Young Artist's Awards. She earned sensational reviews for her Broadway debut in Do Re Mi, starring Phil Silvers and in her first appearence on the "Ed Sullivan Show," Sullivan's introduction of a "new singing star" proved prophetic: Dussault went on to star in The Sound of Music, Bajour, Side By Side by Sondheim, and Into the Woods, garnering a Theatre World Award and multiple Tony Award nominations. On television she starred in "The Carol Burnett Show," "The Lily Tomlin Show," as well as a wide range of musical specials. In 1975 she and David Hartman made television history when they co-hosted "Good Morning, America." Dussault co-starred in "The New Dick Van Dyke Show" and with Ted Knight for six seasons of "Too Close For Comfort." She has starred on "Barney Miller," "The Love Boat," "Hotel," "Matlock," "Dream On, Providence," "Family Law," "Judging Amy," and "Alias." Nancy has headlined at New York City's Blue Angel, Julius Monk's Upstairs At The Downstairs, Russian Tea Room, The Firebird; The Cinegrill, The Gardenia, and The Plush Room in San Francisco. Dussault has appeared with every major symphony orchestra in America. Her first solo CD, HEART and SOUL, received both commercial and critical success, and her LA Cabaret won her an Emmy Award. For five years Nancy headed the Ray Bolger Endowment for Musical Performances at UCLA. In 1990, Northwestern University honored her with its Alumnae Award, and also named her a Distinguished Graduate. Nancy just appeared at Town Hall in Broadway Originals, where she reprised Jule Styne's "Make Someone Happy." December brought Nancy to Florida to star in the British musical review Cole.
is thrilled to be in Reprise!'s production of Sunday in the Park with George. Professionally, Jackie has sung with the LA Opera in Hansel and Gretel and Pagliacci. In early 2006 Jackie recorded an album and went on an 11-city tour as keyboardist and vocalist for the Walt Disney Records' band, DEVO 2.0. In between school work and other activities, Jackie has performed with several local children's theatre groups, playing the part of Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, stepsister Joy in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, Roo in Winnie the Pooh, and Humpty Dumpty in Wonderland. Jackie currently sings with the Los Angeles Children's Chorus, and does voiceover work for commercials and animated film and TV projects. She has also studied piano for eight years with Kathleen Summerland at the Colburn School of Performing Arts. In her spare time, Jackie enjoys playing soccer, baseball, and tennis, and hanging with her twin sisters.
was nominated for a 2006 Tony Award for his portrayal of Tobias Ragg in the recent Broadway revival of Sweeney Todd, and won the Broadway.com Audience Award and Broadwayworld.com Choice Award for Favorite Featured Actor. Broadway: Brooklyn, Jesus Christ Superstar, Cabaret. National Tour: Saturday Night Fever. Off-Broadway: Shockheaded Peter, Much Ado About Nothing (NYSF/Public Theater). Regional: I Just Stopped By to See The Man (Old Globe). Mano holds a BA from Yale University and an MFA from the NYU Tisch Graduate Acting Program, where his favorite roles included Valmont in Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Gayev in The Cherry Orchard, Giovanni in We Won't Pay! and Pericles in Pericles. He is also a singer-songwriter, performing his pop songs regularly at Joe's Pub in New York. He is thrilled to be a part of this incredible piece. Many thanks to Stephen Sondheim, family, friends, God, and everyone at Abrams & Vanguard.
was last seen on Broadway in Chicago where she played both Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly. She also appeared for Chita Rivera in Kiss of the Spider Woman and for Bernadette Peters in The Goodbye Girl opposite Martin Short. Other Broadway credits include the original company of Jerome Robbins' Broadway, Lady Jacqueline in Me and My Girl, Singin' in the Rain, On Your Toes, Company, and Can-Can. She has toured nationally with My Fair Lady, Cats, Bob Fosse's Dancin' and most recently as Madame Dubonnet in The Boy Friend, which was directed by Julie Andrews. Regionally, Nancy has worked at Papermill Playhouse, The Old Globe, The Caldwell Theatre, The Bay Street Theatre, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Cincinatti Playhouse in the Park. Television and film credits include "Law and Order," "Saturday Night Live," and Center Stage. Nancy is thrilled to be part of the cast of Sunday in the Park with George.
Broadway: On The Town, Skylight. Off-Broadway: The Exonerated, Avow, Trudy Blue (Manhattan Class Company), La Terrasse (Manhattan Theater Club), Marking. Regional: The God of Hell (Geffen Playhouse), King Lear (Baltimore Center Stage), Of Thee I Sing (Papermill Playhouse), Heartbreak House (Berkshire Theatre Festival), The Threepenny Opera (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Adrift in Macao (New York Stage & Film, Powerhouse Stage), Arms and the Man (Long Wharf), She Stoops to Conquer (Seattle Repertory Theater), As You Like It (Yale Repertory Theater). Film: Trust the Man, Perfume, Pushing Tin, The Object of My Affection. Television: "Ugly Betty," "Medium," "Whoopi," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Law & Order," "Law & Order SVU," "Sesame Street," "Celebrity Deathmatch," "Spin City," "Third Watch," "Working." MFA: Yale School of Drama.
has performed on Broadway in the original productions of Sweeney Todd, Happy End, Follies In Concert, and Sunday in the Park with George, which was also filmed for Showtime. Film credits include Total Recall, The Father of the Bride, and The Last Boy Scout. On television he has been seen in "The West Wing," "Deep Space Nine," "Murphy Brown," "Tales From the Crypt," "3rd Rock From the Sun" and many more.
Reprise! debut. Regional Theater: James Joyce's The Dead (Kennedy Center/The Ahmanson Theatre), Mass (Hollywood Bowl), Massada (Schubert Theatre -- LA), Assassins (Chicago -- Midwest Premiere), Wide Eyes (LA Theatre Center -- Randy Brenner, dir.). Television: "Birds of Prey" (WB), "That's Life" (CBS), "Days of Our Lives" (NBC), "Neurotic Tendencies" (NBC -- Kelsey Grammer Pilot). Film: A Time of Fear, Ophelia Learns to Swim, Fear Runs Silent, Bigger. Workshops: Snow Queen (Disney -- Alan Menken, composer / Amon Miyamoto, dir.), Miles (Michael Mayer, dir.), iGhost (Adryan Russ/Doug Haverty, Dan Mojica, dir). Singer/Songwriter; Headlined at The Knitting Factory Hollywood, The Baked Potato, Genghis Cohen, Molly Malone's, Cinespace, The Rainbow Room, and The Derby among others. Founding member of the indie band Four Years Old. Graduate of Northwestern University. Member AEA, SAG, BMI. For my family and friends, without whom I would not be here. And my love, Alison, how did I ever do it without you? You make me a better man. www.myspace.com/kmcneeley
is thrilled to return to Reprise! having previously appeared in On the Twentieth Century and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Greg's Broadway career began with Sondheim and Lapine's Into the Woods. He was Cyd Charisse's Baron in Grand Hotel, Mandy Patinkin's standby in The Secret Garden, Tony Randall's nephew in A Christmas Carol, and was in the pre-Broadway Kiss of the Spider Woman. FILM: In Good Company, Zombie Prom, Elizabethtown, and most recently, Channels for the Elevate Film Festival. TV: "ER," "Law & Order," "Frasier," "The District," "It's All Relative," "That's My Bush," "Malcolm In The Middle," "Bernie Mac," "Ally McBeal," "Judging Amy," "Astroboy" (animated). Tours: The Phantom of the Opera, Show Boat, Footloose, Les Miserables. REGIONAL: The Kennedy Center, Manhattan Theatre Club, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Buffalo Studio Arena, Arizona Theatre Co., A Contemporary Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, Kansas City Starlight, and Sacramento Music Circus. LA: Hollywood Bowl -- The Sound of Music and Amadeus with Michael York & Neil Patrick Harris; International City Theatre -- Caught in the Net (Ovation Award) Ray Cooney author/director; South Bay CLO; Rubicon Theatre Co.; Malibu Stage Co. -- Light Up the Sky for Christopher Hart; and The Falcon -- Happy Days the Musical for Garry Marshall. He holds an MFA from the University of Washington and is an alumnus of the Lincoln Center Theatre Director's Lab West. A member of Actors Equity since 1985, he serves on its National Council. Thanks to Jason, the whole Reprise! gang and to Mrs. North, actress Cynthia Marty.
Most recently, Kelli was seen on Broadway opposite Harry Connick, Jr. in the 2006 Tony Award winning production of Pajama Game, winning herself Tony Award, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Award nominations. Other Broadway: The Light in the Piazza (Tony, Drama Desk Award nominations); Dracula, opposite John Lithgow, Sondheim's Follies, and Jekyll & Hyde. Regionally and Off Broadway: My Life With Albertine at Playwright's Horizons; The Light in the Piazza at Seattle's Intiman Theatre, and The Goodman Theatre; and Beauty at The La Jolla Playhouse. Film/TV Credits: The Dying Gaul starring Patricia Clarkson and Campbell Scott; "Alexander Hamilton" starring Brian F. O'Byrne (PBS), "All My Children" (Leslie). Kelli has sung in concerts at Carnegie Hall with Barbara Cook, The Kennedy Center with Marvin Hamlisch and the NSO, Lincoln Center, Town Hall, Cooper Union, Joe's Pub, and with the Philly Pops conducted by Peter Nero. She will sing the role of Eliza Doolittle opposite Kelsey Grammer as Higgins and Brian Dennehy as Doolittle in My Fair Lady with the New York Philharmonic in March. Her recordings include: The Light in the Piazza (Nonesuch records; Grammy nom.), The Pajama Game (Sony; Grammy nom.), The Sweet Smell of Success (Sony), My Life with Albertine (PS Classics), and an upcoming solo album. Kelli has a degree in opera and won the State Metropolitan Opera Competition. She studied drama at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in NYC.
gladly returns to Reprise! after appearing in City of Angels last year. He most recently completed another run as "Big Willy" in The Musical of Musicals: The Musical! at the Colony Theatre in Burbank, reprising his multiple roles from the show's premieres on both coasts, at the Laguna Playhouse and the Hal Prince Theater in Philadelphia. Brent also played multiple roles in the recent Broadway touring production of Jesus Christ Superstar, including Peter, Simon the Zealot, most of the other apostles and keyboards in the orchestra, though not all at the same time. Last year he savored the role of Oscar-nominated action-movie star Kyle Morgan in the Laguna Playhouse premiere of Mitch Albom's comedy And The Winner Is, as well as revisiting the role of Romeo in East L.A. Classic Theatre's current production of Romeo & Juliet. (Brent also played Tony in the national touring company of West Side Story). In Los Angeles he performed from the piano in Side by Side by Sondheim and Noel Coward's Tonight at 8:30, which he also scored and conducted, winning an L.A. Drama Critic's Circle Award. Other local credits: Billy Cocker in Anything Goes, Joseph in Joseph...Dreamcoat, Cliff Bradshaw in Cabaret, Tommy Albright in Brigadoon, and The Guy in Sondheim's Marry Me A Little. Film/TV: "Cold Case," "Medal of Honor," "It Is Written," and Thirteen Days with Kevin Costner (his hero!). Dartmouth College, cum laude. Actors' Equity since 1997. Galatians 6:9.
received an Ovation Award and an LA Drama Critic's Circle Award for his portrayal of Anatoly in the Los Angeles premiere of Chess. Other stage credits include: The Phantom of the Opera and Candide (Ahmanson Theatre); LA premieres of Assassins, Moscow, and Breaking The Code, The Threepenny Opera, and The Most Happy Fella for Reprise!; the title role in several Southern California productions of the Yeston/Kopit version of Phantom, Bing Crosby in the holiday cult-favorite Judy's Scary Little Christmas and creating ten different roles in the original production of Jersey Boys at La Jolla Playhouse. TV credits include "Justice," "24," "CSI," "Las Vegas," "Numb3rs," "Gilmore Girls," "7th Heaven," and dozens of others. Currently recurring on "What About Brian" and "The Heiress." Film credits include: Spanglish, The Bourne Supremacy, Something's Gotta Give, Cellular, Not Another Teen Movie, and this coming summer's blockbuster Transformers.
is thrilled to make her Reprise! debut in Sunday in the Park with George. She recently returned to Los Angeles having spent part of last year on the road in the closing cast of the first national tour of Little Shop of Horrors as the standby for Audrey. LA audiences may remember Katherine as the original Chanel in Bark! at the Coast Playhouse and Mary Pilate in Jesus' Kid Brother at the Hudson. Other LA productions include Lewis Black's One Slight Hitch at Garry Marshall's Falcon Theatre, and the workship of It Came from Beyond, directed by Jeff Calhoun, at the Colony (also NYMF). Other theatre favorites: Ellen in Miss Saigon (AMTSJ), Gloria in Damn Yankees (Casey Nicholaw, dir.), Kaye in The Taffetas, Little Red in Into the Woods. Film: Zombie Prom, When the Kids Are Away. TV: "The Unit" (CBS), "For the People" (Lifetime). Also an accomplished voice over artist, listen for Katie's voice on radio spots for CBS and My Network TV, as well as your kid's favorite video games. Katherine is a proud graduate of Michigan State University. KVT would like to thank Jason Alexander and Michael Donovan for this wonderful opportunity.
recent credits include The Hollywood Bowl production of Amadeus (starring Michael York and Neil Patrick Harris), Man of La Mancha (The Rubicon), Dreamwork's reading of Gladiator (starring Steven Blanchard), the West Coast Premiere of Michael John LaChiusa's The Wild Party (starring Valerie Pettiford and Sally Kellerman), and the Los Angeles Premiere of the David and Amy Sedaris comedy, The Book Of Liz. His Broadway debut was the Tony nominated, Emmy Award-winning production of Peter Pan, starring Cathy Rigby. Favorite credits include: Captain Hook in Peter Pan, Gaston in Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Berowne in Love's Labour's Lost, Lopakhin in The Cherry Orchard, Che in Evita, Bo in Bus Stop, and Miles Gloriosus in A Funny Thing...Forum. Television credits include Lt. Ch'targh on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," "Numb3rs," "Lovespring International," "Happy Hour," "Days of Our Lives," and "Phil of the Future." Film credits include the upcoming Dukes of Hazzard 2, Peter Pan, Never Say Macbeth, and Mystery Monsters. Sam is a proud member of Actor's Equity and the Musical Theatre Guild. This is Sam's first production with Reprise! Much thanks to Jim Gardia, Gerald Sternbach, Michael Donovan, and Jason Alexander. For Donnie: "You and me, pal..." 143.