(Gepetto / Stepsister)
Mo Rocca is an Emmy-winning correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, host of the Mobituaries podcast, co-author of the New York Times bestselling Mobituaries: Great Lives Worth Reliving, and a frequent panelist on NPR’s hit weekly quiz show Wait, Wait...Don’t Tell Me! He’s the host of The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation Saturdays on CBS and creator/host of Cooking Channel’s My Grandmother’s Ravioli, in which he traveled the country learning to cook from America’s grandparents. On Broadway he played Vice Principal Panch in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Other stage credits include Tail! Spin! (NY Fringe Festival) and Doody in the Southeast Asia tour of Grease. Rocca is also the author of 2004’s All the Presidents’ Pets: The Story of One Reporter who Refused to Roll Over.
Grammy and Emmy Award Winning Actress. Her directing credits include: Dainty (BOLD Festival, The Garden Workshop) Nick and The Prizefighter (Modern Works Festival), A Patriots Place (B-Street Theatre, BOLD Festival) Acting credits include Broadway; Dear Evan Hansen. Off Broadway; Little Women (Primary Stages), Blue Ridge (Atlantic) Paradise Blue (The Signature Theatre), Hamlet (The Public Theatre), Invisible Thread (Second Stage Theatre), Heathers The Musical (New World Stages), Cabin In The Sky (Encores City Center), Selected Regional; Paradise Blue (Williamstown), Witness Uganda (A.R.T.), Hairspray, Rent (Hollywood Bowl). TV includes: “Random Acts of Flyness” (HBO), Elementary, Madam Secretary” (CBS), “ER” (NBC) and “Lie to Me.” (FOX) Kevin Can Wait (CBS). @kristolynlloyd Instagram and Twitter
(Pinocchio / Stepsister)
Sabatino is thrilled to be making his off-Broadway debut! Sabatino has been acting at his local theatre in CT since the age of 7. Most recently, he appeared as Gordon Bierman in the original musical Last Days of Summer at George St. Playhouse directed by Jeff Calhoun. Other credits include Caroline or Change, Shrek, Elf, Pippin, Scrooge, Beauty and the Beast and Peter Pan. In addition to being a musical theatre performer, Sabatino has worked as a voiceover artist for Nickelodeon and ABC Mouse (series regular) and has been featured in numerous television commercials and promotional videos. He has sung at Carnegie Hall with the Broadway Youth Ensemble and at The Bitter End. Sabatino is represented by Mallory Levy at DDO and Laura Pietropinto/Marianne Leone at Terrific Talent. Love to Mom, Dad, and my twin sister.
Best known for her Emmy nominated role of ‘Mamacita’ from FX’s “Feud: Betty and Joan,” Jackie Hoffman can be seen on stage in the Off-Broadway play “Fruma-Sarah: Waiting in the Wings,” currently playing at The Cell Theatre. She can also be seen in Spectrum's "The Bite," Ryan Murphy’s latest Netflix series “The Politician,” TruTV’s “At Home With Amy Sedaris,” and in the upcoming 4th Season of Amazon’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”
A staple on television, Hoffman’s numerous credits include “The Other Two,” “Difficult People,” “Gilmore Girls,” “I Shudder,” “Girls,” “Six by Sondheim,” “The New Normal,” “The Good Wife," "Inside Amy Schumer," "Raising Hope," "Melissa and Joey," "On We Go," "30 Rock," "Starved," "Hope and Faith," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Strangers with Candy," "TV Funhouse," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien,” "Soulman" and "Cosby." A distinguished voice actress, she has also appeared in the cartoons “High School USA," "Family Guy," "Dilbert," "PB & J Otter," and the film “Robots.”
In film, Hoffman has appeared in memorable roles in “Birdman,” “Kissing Jessica Stein,” “Decay,” “The Sitter,” “The Extra Man,” “How to Seduce Difficult Women,” “A Dirty Shame,” “Garden State,” “Legally Blonde II” and “Mo' Money.”
On Broadway, Hoffman has co-starred in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” “On The Town,” “The Addams Family,” “Xanadu” and “Hairspray,” for which she won a Theatre World Award. Off-Broadway, Hoffman recently starred as ‘Yente’ in the critically acclaimed Tiddish production of “Fiddler on the Roof.” She starred as ‘Princess Winifred’ in the Transport Group’s “Once Upon A Mattress,” and received a Drama League Award Nomination for her performance. Her additional theater credits include “A Chanukah Charol,” “The Gingerbread House,” “Straightjacket,” “Incident at Cobbler's Knob” (Lincoln Center Theatre Festival) and “One Woman Shoe.” Hoffman has performed in regional theatre, as well in Chicago at The MUNY and The Sisters Rosensweig at the Globe Theatre. She starred in six revues at The Second City Theatre in Chicago, where she won the Jeff Award for Best Actress. Her solo shows at Joe's Pub have received critical acclaim. They include "The Kvetching Continues," "Jackie Five-Oh!," "Chanukah at Joe's Pub" (Bistro Award), "Scraping the Bottom" and "Jackie with a Z.” In 2009, Hoffman received the Mac Award for Best Female Stand Up.
Her show “Jackie Hoffman: Live from Joe's Pub” is available on disc.
(Cinderella / Aurora)
Kuhoo Verma is the breakout star of Hulu’s original film Plan B directed by Natalie Morales. She most recently starred in the world premiere of Dave Malloy’s musical Octet at the Signature Theatre (New York Times Critic’s Pick), for which she won the 2020 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical and the Drama Desk Award for Best Ensemble. Her film credits include the Oscar-nominated The Big Sick opposite Kumail Nanjiani. Also a versatile musician and vocalist, Kuhoo has performed in music venues all over New York City including Lincoln Center, Symphony Space, Joe’s Pub, and 54 Below.
Z Infante(Cobweb / Princess)
Z is an actor, writer, and producer based in New Jersey. They began their career working on Rick Linklater’s School of Rock starring Jack Black. In 2019 they became a Theater Bay Award Finalist, SFTBA Critic Circle Award Nominee and BroadwayWorld Award Winner for their performance in Kiss My Aztec! at Berkeley Repertory Theater. Additional credits: Alice By Heart (Duncan Sheik, Steven Sater, Jessie Nelson), Somewhere by Matthew Lopez and A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Julie Taymor. Film/TV: “Gotham,” “Alpha House,” “Carrie Pilby.” Podcast: Audible’s Sorry Charlie, Wait Wait Don’t Kill Me & The College Tapes. Z received a BFA from NYU Tisch and serves on the Roselle Park Board of Education. Huge thanks to A3, my family, and Oliver. zinfante.com - @zinfante @thefutureperfectproject
Ann Harada(Mustardseed / Mermaid)
Ann Harada originated the role of “Christmas Eve” in Avenue Q on Broadway and West End. Other Broadway: Cinderella, 9 to 5, M Butterfly, Seussical, Les Miserables. Selected Off-Broadway: Emojiland, Dropping Gumballs on Luke Wilson, Pacific Overtures (CSC), Stuffed (WP), Brooklynite (Vineyard) and Love, Loss, and What I Wore. Regionally: Holiday Inn (Paper Mill), New World (Bucks County Playhouse) Matilda, 42nd Street and Mamma Mia (MUNY). Ann recently completed filming the sequel to Disney’s ENCHANTED, “DISENCHANTED.” OTHER FILM: Youth in Oregon, Sisters, Admission and Hope Springs. She can currently be seen starring in the original Apple TV+ musical miniseries “SCHMIGADOON!” OTHER TV: “Gossip Girl,” ”The Flight Attendant,” “New Amsterdam,” ”Gotham,” “Blue Bloods”(recurring) “Younger,” "Jim Gaffigan Show,” “Search Party,” "Good Wife," "SMASH," "30 Rock," "House of Cards” & "Master of None."
Jamen Nanthakumar(Changeling / Cricket / Stepmother)
Jamen Nanthakumar is a New York based actor, originally from San Diego, and thrilled to be a part of this fantastical piece. Recent credits include: The Kill One Race (Playwrights Horizons/The Feath3r Theory), Half The Sky (5th Avenue), Mary Stuart (Pioneer Theater Co.), MĀYĀ (Hypokrit Prod.), Diana (La Jolla Playhouse), A Funny Thing…Forum & The Fantasticks (Pittsburgh Public). Thank you to Mom, Dad, Sheri, Team Buchwald & Doug. BFA Musical Theatre; Pace University.
Julie Halston(Titania / Elizabeth)
Miss Halston was last seen co-starring alongside Santino Fontana in Broadway’s TOOTSIE directed by Scott Ellis. She also appeared on Broadway in Scott Ellis’ revival of George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart’s YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU, earning the Actors Equity Richard Seff Award as well as Drama Desk Award and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations. Additionally, on Broadway in ON THE TOWN, ANYTHING GOES, HAIRSPRAY, GYPSY, and TWENTIETH CENTURY, for which she received an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination. Halston is a founding member of Charles Busch’s legendary theatre company Theatre in Limbo, and has co-starred with Mr. Busch in numerous productions including VAMPIRE LESBIANS OF SODOM, THE TRIBUTE ARTIST, and her Drama Desk Award nominated performances in THE DIVINE SISTER and RED SCARE ON SUNSET. She was last seen off-Broadway in Richard Greenberg’s THE BABYLON LINE at Lincoln Center Theater. She has appeared on television in a variety of series including GOSSIP GIRL, SEX & THE CITY, THE GOOD FIGHT, DIVORCE, ALMOST FAMILY, DIFFICULT PEOPLE, CRISIS IN SIX SCENES, and LAW & ORDER: SVU. In addition, Halston’s web series VIRTUAL HALSTON became a pandemic hit as well as received this season’s Isabelle Stevenson Tony Award.
Arnie Burton Nerd Face(Dirk / Oberon)
Broadway; MACHINAL, PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, THE 39 STEPS, A FREE MAN OF COLOR, AMADEUS. Off Bway highlights; LEWISTON/CLARKSTON (Drama Desk nom. Featured actor), THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR (Callaway Award), THE MYSTERY OF IRMA VEP(Drama League nom), THE TEMPERAMENTALS (Drama Desk Award ensemble), THE NEW YORKERS (ENCORES), THE EXPLORERS CLUB (MTC), LIVES OF THE SAINTS, MERE MORTALS (Primary Stages), TIMON OF ATHENS, THE WINTER'S TAIL, THE JEW OF MALTA, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (TFANA) ,TAIL! SPIN!, THE LAST SUNDAY IN JUNE. International; THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (RSC)Regional highlights; BEFORE THE MEETING (Williamstown), ALL IN THE TIMING, BIG SKY (Geffen Theater. LA), CONFEDERACY OF DUNCES (Huntington Theater), William Finn's THE ROYAL FAMILY OF BROADWAY (Barrington St), STRANGE AND SEPARATE PEOPLE (Penguin), PERFECT NONSENSE (Hartford Stage) also A.R.T., The Old Globe, Berkeley Rep, Philadelphia Theater Co, Shakespeare Theater of DC. Film: THE GREATEST SHOWMAN, THE INVENTION OF LYING, IGBY GOES DOWN, GAME 6, THE PRIVATE LIVES OF PIPPA LEE. TV includes, the upcoming WECRASHED, JESSICA JONES, SEARCH PARTY, NEW MURPHY BROWN, ELEMENTARY, THE GOOD FIGHT, BLACKLIST, WHITE COLLAR, FLESH & BONE(recurring), BLUE BLOODS, FRASIER, LAW & ORDER, L&O CRIMINAL INTENT, CAROLINE IN THE CITY, SISTER SISTER
Chris Myers is New York City born and based actor, writer, and educator. He is an alumnus of Harlem School for the Arts, LaGuardia High School, The British American Drama Academy, and The Juilliard School. As an actor, his work on stage has been featured at leading Off-Broadway venues including The Public, Lincoln Center, Roundabout, Second Stage, and MCC. On screen, he has appeared on shows for Netflix, Amazon, CBS, FOX, VH1 among others. His performances have garnered critical acclaim, including OBIE award for his performance in Branden Jacob-Jenkins "An Octoroon". As a writer, he has self-produced numerous short films and a pilot, "GUAP," a comedy about gentrification. Chris also works as an educator and organizer fighting to create better working conditions for art workers. All this and more can be found at www.chrismyersinc.com / @chrismyersinc (IG).
Jason Tam(Prince / Cupid)
Jason Tam was last seen in the hit NBC Live Jesus Christ Superstar, with John Legend and Sara Bareilles, as Peter. Prior to that he was in the Off-Broadway show KPOP (Lortel Award), a collaboration between Woodshed Collective, Ars Nova, and Ma-Yi Theatre Company. Jason’s Broadway credits include Be More Chill (and Off-Bway), IF/THEN, Lysistrata Jones, and the original Paul in the revival of A Chorus Line. He has also been part of numerous Off-Broadway and regional theatre productions. Jason’s TV credits include FBI, The Blacklist, Do No Harm, Guilty, Hawaii 5-0, One Life to Live, and Beyond the Break, and he was seen in the documentary Every Little Step. Jason holds a BFA from NYU Tisch and recently joined the Board of Directors at Keen Company.
Billie Aken-Tyers(Understudy Peaseblossom/Mustardseed/Mermaid/Cobweb/Princess/Moth/Cinderella/Aurora)
Billie’s work as an Actor, Director and Playwright has appeared on numerous stages internationally. Selected Credits: Ragtag Theatre's Cinderella (Theatre Row, Redhouse Arts, Barrington Stage Company), Rapunzel (SoHo Playhouse) Regional: Hood (Dallas Theater Center and Asolo Rep) Mamma Mia! (Mill Mountain Theatre) How to Succeed, Footloose, Much Ado, Pirates of Penzance (SSF). Directing: Your Alice (BAM, Edinburgh Fringe) Red Winter (NY Premiere) Joseph and the Tecnicolor Dreamcoat and Lysistrata Jones (Nominated for Outstanding Production, NYIT Awards). Writing: Your Alice (BAM, Edinburgh Fringe, Ophelia Theatre) Next Round, (EdFringe Underbelly Cowgate 2022), We Carry On- A series of radio plays. For Josiah, Mum and Dad. www.billieakentyers.com @billieakentyers.
Shahil is thrilled to be making his Off-Broadway debut with Fairycakes! Shahil's favorite credits include West Side Story (The Moonlight), Heathers (Jason Dean), Into The Woods (Jack), and American Idiot (Claire Trevor theatre). Born and raised in California, Shahil received his BFA in Music Theatre from University of California, Irvine, c/o 2020. Thank you FireStarter Entertainment, Telsey & Co, friends, and mentors for all of the guidance and support. IG: @shahil.ptl
Douglas Carter BeaneWriter/DirectorDouglas Carter Beane is thrilled to return to the Greenwich House were he was Artistic Director for Drama Dept. for ten years. As director/writer his current projects include the musical HOOD (score by Lewis Flinn, Dallas Theater Center), NOEL COWARD’S ME AND THE GIRLS (reading at Roundabout, being developed for Michael Urie), STAR-SPANGLED (score by Lewis Flinn, workshopped at the Vineyard) TO WONG FOO (score by Lewis Flinn) , THE BIG TIME (Score by Douglas J. Cohen, concert at MCCARTER with Santino Fontana) and Rodgers' and Hart’s BABES IN ARMS. As a sole playwright/ librettist he has earned five Tony nominations and one Olivier nomination. Beane’s plays are THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED, AS BEES IN HONEY DROWN, THE NANCE, SHOWS FOR DAYS, MUSIC FROM A SPARKLING PLANET, THE COUNTRY CLUB, ADVICE FROM A CATERPILLAR and THE CARTELLS. His musicals are RODGERS + HAMMERSTEIN’S CINDERELLA, LYSISTRATA JONES, SISTER ACT and XANADU He has written the libretto for the Metropolitan Opera's DIE FLEDERMAUS which is currently in their repertory and the summer show at Radio City Music hall. He wrote the film adaptation of his play ADVICE FROM A CATERPILLAR as well as the screenplay of TO WONG FOO, THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, JULIE NEWMAR. He resides in New York City with his husband, composer Lewis Flinn and their son, Cooper and daughter, Gabrielle.
Elenore ScottChoreographer, Associate DirectorEllenore Scott is a choreographer, performer and creative director. In 2021, Scott will choreograph the Broadway revival of Funny Girl. Scott also served as the associate choreographer for Head Over Heels and King Kong on Broadway, and she was the assistant choreographer for the Broadway revivals of Cats and Falsettos. She choreographed Kate Hamill's Off-Broadway’s production of Pride and Prejudice and Jeremy O. Harris' Black Exhibition. She is the Artistic Director of ELSCO Dance, a New York contemporary dance company. As a performer she was a finalist and an All-Star on the hit television show So You Think You Can Dance. She performed on numerous television shows (Glee, Smash, The Ellen Show, The Blacklist, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to name a few) and danced with Janet Jackson. @ellenorescott
Lewis FlinnOriginal MusicLewis Flinn wrote music and lyrics for Lysistrata Jones, with a book by Douglas Carter Beane, which premiered at the Dallas Theater Center, then Off-Broadway with Transport Group at The Gym at Judson, and opened on Broadway. Other musicals include HOOD (Dallas Theater Center, “Best Musical Dallas”) opening at the Asolo theater in 2022, Other Girls, with Steven Sater; Like Love with Barry Jay Kaplan (NYMF); The Winner, with Joe Sutton(The Lyric Stage, Dallas). Flinn has also composed scores and songs for over 50 productions including the Tony nominated The Little Dog Laughed on Broadway and often collaborating with NY playwright/performer Charles Busch (The Divine Sister, Die Mommie Die and The Tribute Artist -Drama Desk nomination- best music). Other theaters include La Jolla Playhouse, The Geffen Playhouse (LA), The Cleveland Play House, Hartford Stage, Lincoln Center Theater, Second Stage (NYC), and Playwright’s Horizons among others. In the world of TV and film, Flinn composed and produced the music and main themes for primetime shows,“The Power of 10” and “Million Dollar Password” for CBS. He has also written scores for numerous commercials- from the AFL/CIO to Life Cereal to Saab. He lives in New York City and Tunkhannock, PA with husband Douglas Carter Beane, their 2 children, Cooper and Gaby, and 2 dogs, Lucky and Albert. www.lewisflinn.com for more info.
Shoko KambaraScenic designRecent theatrical work includes Native Gardens (Syracuse Stage/Geva Theatre/Portland Stage), Little Girl Blue (George Street Playhouse), Into the Woods (Hangar Theatre), Holiday Inn (Finger Lakes Musical Theater Festival), Always Patsy Cline (FLMTF), Guys and Dolls (FLMTF). Opera work includes I Due Figaro (Manhattan School of Music), The Prince of Players (Houston Grand Opera-world premiere), The Barber of Seville (Opera Philadelphia, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Opera Omaha, Virginia Opera- and continues to be performed around the US). Film work includes The Trial of the Chicago 7, Cavan, Summer Fridays. Broadway Associate Design Work: Macbeth, Nice Work If You Can Get It, Man and Boy, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Million Dollar Quartet, The Miracle Worker, Ragtime, and 33 Variations. MFA in Scenic Design from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. BA from Dartmouth College.
Adam CrinsonScenic DesignAdam Crinson is thrilled to be returning to the theater world working hand in hand with Shoko Kambara on this production of Fairycakes. Adam has spent the past ten years designing over a hundred of shows across the country Adam originates from Detroit, MI having studied at Wayne State University (BA) and currently resides in New York City as a freelance designer. Before the great pause of 2020 favorite past projects include Elizabeth Cree and Sunday in the Park with George with Louisiana State University, Bon Appetit and Soldier Songs with Des Moines Metro Opera, and most recently Urban Aria’s mounting of Glory Denied. acrinsondesign.com
Gregory GaleCostume DesignGregory Gale has been nominated for 2 Tony Awards: Cyrano De Bergerac (available on Amazon Prime) and Rock of Ages. Other Broadway productions: Arcadia, The Wedding Singer (Drama Desk Nomination), Urinetown, (Lucille Lortel Nomination), and Band in Berlin. He is the recipient of the Irene Sharaff Young Master Award, Lucille Lortel Award for The Voysey Inheritance, and nominated for multiple Hewes Design Awards. Gregory's most recent opera work includes the world premiere of The Prince of Players (Houston Grand Opera) and La Rondine (Opera Theatre of St. Louis). Gregory is designing a new production of Romeo et Juliette for Houston Grand Opera’s 2022 season and is the co-artistic director of a reimagined Nutcracker that melds digital art with live performance for November 2022. Upcoming film releases: THE MENTAL STATE (feature), and REAL DRAG (short).
JEANETTE OI-SUK YEWLighting DesignJeanette Oi-Suk Yew is an award-winning lighting designer for theatre, dance, opera, musicals, music performances, installation, immersive experiences and digital productions. She aims to create a visual environment that is organically integrated into the landscape and language of the production. NY Times described them as “clever” and “inventive”. Her designs have been seen across US cities and internationally at Havana (Cuba), Prague (Czech Republic), Lima (Peru), Edinburgh (Scotland), Tokyo (Japan), Graz (Austria), Shanghai (China), Paris (France), and Bloemfontein (South Africa). Recent: KPOP! (Henry Hewes Award, LIT Design Award, Lortel and Drama Desk Nominations), The Industry’s Sweet Land (2020 Lighting Design Achievement Award), Haruna Lee’s Suicide Forest, Aya Ogawa’s Ludic Proxy (Bel Geddes Design Enhancement), and En Garde Art’s installation A Dozen Dreams. TCG Career Development Program recipient.
Bobbie ZlotnikHair DesignBobbie is ecstatic for theatre’s long overdue return and to be reunited with Douglas, Gregory and Andrew after working together on To Wong Foo (AADA)! Off-Broadway design credits include Emojiland (Drama Desk Nom.), Disenchanted and Forbidden Broadway. A proud member/educator for I.A.T.S.E. 798, he has been fortunate to work in the hair departments of two dozen Broadway shows & national tours including Beautiful (US production wig supervisor), Waitress, and Wicked. Film/TV credits include “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”, “The Gilded Age”, & “The Irishman”. Up next: Mornings at Seven (St. Clements) and A Turtle on a Fence Post (Theater 555).
Andrew SotomayorMakeup and tattoo designTheater: West Side Story (Broadway, Dir. Ivo Van Hove), Company (Broadway, Dir. Marianne Elliott), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Dir. Julie Taymor), Bazdazzled (Dir. Baz Luhrmann). To Wong Foo…The Musical (Douglas Carter Beane); TV: Saturday Night Live (Emmy Winner). Jesus Christ Superstar Live… (Emmy Nomination). Pose (Emmy Nomination), The Other Two (HBO Max). Thank you to Doug, Greg, and Bobbie.
The Telsey OfficeCastingWith offices in both New York and Los Angeles, The Telsey Office casts for theater, film, television, and commercials. The Telsey Office is dedicated to creating safe, equitable,and anti-racist spaces through collaboration, artistry, heart, accountability, and advocacy.
BFRJBroadway for Racial Justice is a BIPOC-led non-profit founded in June of 2020 with a mission to bring transformative change to the theatrical community at large. BFRJ fights for racial justice and equity by providing immediate resources, assistance, and amplification for BIPOC theatre artists. In doing so, BFRJ helps create safer spaces throughout the theatrical community for creativity and artistry to thrive. For more information on BFRJ and our initiatives, visit BFRJ.org
Evan Bernardin ProductionsProduction and General ManagementEvan Bernardin Productions is a full-service theatrical management company that provides general and production management for productions and immersive experiences. Select credits include: Fairycakes, Seven Deadly Sins, Million Dollar Quartet (Tour), Charlie Brown Christmas (Tour), Afterglow, and We Are The Tigers. Additional collaborative projects have included performances at Lincoln Center, The United Nations, The Harvard Club, The White House, Cornell University, Georgetown's Gaston Hall, The Culture Project, The Ohio Theatre and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. www.evanbernardinproductions.com
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