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Recent Projects

Cast: Marla Schaffel | James Barbour | Mary Stout | Nell Balaban | Andrea Bowen | Stephen R. Buntrock | Bradley Dean | Elizabeth DeGrazia | Bruce Dow | Gina Ferrall | Andy Gale | Bonnie Gleicher | Rita Glynn | Gina Lamparella | Marguerite MacIntyre | Bill Nolte | Jayne Paterson | Christeena Michelle Riggs | Erica Schroeder | Lee Zarrett
Creative team: Paul Gordon | John Caird | Scott Schwartz | John Napier 

Marla Schaffel
(Jane Eyre)

Marla Schaffel

fan site 1
fan site 2

While I Wait: The Lyrics of Amanda Yesnowitz    (website)
Featuring Tracey Moore, Marla Schaffel, and Amy Silverman
With music by Deborah Abramson, Brian Cimmet, Brian Feinstein, Howard Levitsky, Laurence O'Keefe, Mike Shaieb, and Amanda Yesnowitz
May 27 and 28 at 8 p.m.
Upstairs at Red
356 West 44th St.
New York City
Reservations strongly recommended: SmartTix.com or (212) 868-4444
$15 cover and 2 drink minimum, or $40 dinner and show (no minimum, no cover)

Let Me Sing

December 4–January 4, 2003, at George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, New Jersey
January 11–February 9, 2003, at Charlotte Repertory Theatre in Charlotte, North Carolina
This production is hopefully Broadway-bound!
Visit the Let Me Sing page on Marla Schaffel: The Unofficial Fan Website for ticket and additional information.
Read the article on Playbill.com.

Nomination: Leon Rabin Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

Marla's portrayal of Eliza Doolittle in Dallas Summer Musicals' My Fair Lady earned her a nomination for a 2002 Leon Rabin Award, presented by the Dallas Theatre League.

My Fair Lady

Role: Eliza Doolittle (nominated for Leon Rabin Award)
  • Fabulous Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, 660 Peachtree St. NE

    July 30–August 4, 2002

  • Music Hall at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas, 909 First Avenue

    August 6–18, 2002

    Official site: Dallas Summer Musicals
    Review: The Dallas Morning News

    More info: My Fair Lady spotlight page on Marla Schaffel fan site
    Cast: Norman Large (Henry Higgins), Ed Dixon (Alfred P. Doolittle), Jim Weitzer (Freddy Eynsford-Hill)

    They All Laughed!: The New Gershwin Musical

    Role: Billie Bendrix
    Location: The Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, Connecticut
    Dates: June 29–September 22, 2001
    Official sites: Goodspeed.org, TheyAllLaughed.com
    Cast: James Ludwig (Jimmy), Michael McGrath (Cookie), Mark Lotito (Duke), David Dollase (Officer Berry), Dennis Kelly (Senator Evergreen), Donna English (Eileen Evergreen), Mary Beth Peil (Estonia, Duchess of Woodford), Amanda Watkins (Jeannie), Diane J. Findlay (Millicent Winter)

    26th Annual Carbonell Awards

    Role: Guest performer
    Location: The Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    Date: November 19, 2001
    Article: Playbill.com
    Cast: Avi Hoffman, Lissette Gonzalez (guest performers); Joy Abbott, Michael Nouri (presenters)

  • James Barbour
    (Edward Rochester)

    James Barbour

    official site
    fan site
    James' appearance in Last Dance has been cancelled. But don't despair, because he's returning to Broadway in...

    Urinetown: The Musical

    James will fill in for a vacationing Jeff McCarthy as Officer Lockstock in Urinetown June 13 through July 6, 2003.
    James also played Lockstock in the workshop for Urinetown, which won three 2002 Tony Awards. Rex Reed of The New York Observer describes the show as "A fresh, unique, original, impudent, colorful, exciting, irreverent, surprising and wonderful musical, that's all! A strange, macabre, eccentric, improbable and wildly indescribable entertainment. Urinetown follows only one rule: expect the unexpected. You've never experienced anything quite like it."
    Visit Urinetown.com for more information and to buy tickets.
    Bonus! Don Richard (Mr. Brocklehurst) is a standby for five roles in Urinetown and often plays Caldwell B. Cladwell at Saturday matinees.
    (Thanks to JamesBarbour.com and Kathey and Mrs. Dionysius O'Gall at the Jane Eyre forum for this info!)

    Back from Broadway: A Musical Experience

    The Stuart Street Playhouse, 200 Stuart Street, Boston, Massachusetts
    November 1–January 19, 2003
    "Gershwin's Felder, Eyre's Barbour Are Back from Broadway in MA, Nov. 1-Dec. 15" (Playbill.com)
    Starring James and Hershey Felder
    Visit the Back from Broadway page on James Barbour: A Fan Site for more information.

    8 Crazy Nights (film)

    Released November 27, 2002
    Eight Crazy Nights is a musical animated movie about Hanukkah, produced by and starring Adam Sandler.
    James provides the singing voice of the mayor; he sings a line toward the beginning of the film and a line in "Long Ago" (track 4 on the soundtrack).
    (Thank you to Becky at the Jane Eyre forum for this information!)
    EightCrazyNights.com (includes trailer)
    IMDb profile

    Adrift in Macao (world premiere)

    Role: Mitch
    Location: Powerhouse Theater Mainstage, Vassar College campus, Poughkeepsie, NY
    Dates: July 10–20, 2002
    Official site: Powerhouse Theater
    Review: The Connecticut News-Times
    More info: Adrift in Macao spotlight page on James Barbour: A Fan Site
    Cast: Sarah Knowlton (Lureena), Michael Rupert (Rick), Liz Larsen (Corinna), Alec Mapa (Tempura), Richard Aab and Shannon Polly (Trenchcoat Chorus)

    Back from Broadway: A Musical Experience

  • The Tiffany Theatre in Los Angeles, California

    November 24–December 30, 2001

  • The Cuillo Centre for the Arts in Palm Beach, Florida

    January 4–February 24, 2002

  • The Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York

    June 17, 2002 (A one-night benefit for the Actor's Fund of America)

    Official site: BackFromBway.com
    Articles: "Barbour, Felder Are Back from Broadway Near Broadway June 17" (Playbill.com),
    "Back From Broadway w/ Felder, Barbour Closes in L.A. Dec. 31; Arrives in FL Jan. 4" (Playbill.com)
    Cast: Hershey Felder

    Enter the Guardsman

    Role: The Actor
    Location: The Old Globe Theatre in San Diego
    Dates: September 2–October 13, 2001
    Official site: OldGlobe.org/SSGuardsman.html
    Cast: Fred Applegate (The Playwright), Suzan Hanson (The Actress), Joan Ryan (The Dresser), Vicki Van Tassel (The Wardrobe Mistress), Jamie Torcellini (The Wigmaster), Trey Hohman (The Assistant Stage Manager)

  • Mary Stout
    (Mrs. Fairfax)

    Mary Stout


    Liberty Smith (reading)

    Role: Betsy Ross
    Location: The Lamb's Theatre in Manhattan
    Date: July 22, 2002
    Cast: Brandon Wardell (Liberty Smith), Richard Kind (Ben Franklin), Christian Borle (George Washington), Darcie Roberts (Emily), Dwayne Clark (Crispus Attucks), Eddie Korbich (Paul Revere), William Parry (Benedict Arnold), Thom Christopher Warren (Thomas Jefferson), Laurie Gamache, Garrett Long, Josh Prince, Fran Prisco, Michael Winther
    Creative team: Michael Weiner (composer), Adam Abraham (lyricist), Eric R. Cohen and Marc Madnick (librettists), Michael Unger (director), Michael Lavine (musical director)
    Article: "Cohen bills the show as quirky and anachronistic. 'We like to think it's an alternative take on American history—a comic retelling of everything you've learned,' he said, adding that the show includes such events as the Boston Massacre, the French and Indian War, the Boston Tea Party, the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, the Shot Heard 'Round the World and more." (from "Liberty Smith, Musical Romp Thru U.S. History, Gets July 22 Reading with Wardell, Stout, Long" on Playbill.com)

    Fanny Hill (reading)

    Location: New York City
    Date: December 20, 2001
    Article: "Glitter and Risqué: Chenoweth is Fanny Hill in NYC Musical Readings Dec. 20" (Playbill.com)
    Cast: Kristin Chenoweth (Fanny), Julia Murney, Becca Ayers, D. B. Bonds, Glory Crampton, Kelly Ebsary, Colin Hanlon, James Hindman, Michael Hunsaker, Stephanie Kurtzuba, Patrick Garner, Max Von Essen

    Lighter than Eyre

    A cabaret benefit for the Marcia Shew Fund for Pediatric AIDS

    Location: Upstairs at Studio 54, New York City
    Dates: April 23–24, 2001
    Article: "Stout Sings Benefit, Lighter Than Eyre, April 23-24 in NYC (Playbill.com)

    Nell Balaban
    (Grace Poole, Amy Eshton)

    Nell Balaban


    solo show

    Location: The Sidewalk Cafe, Avenue A and 6th Street, East Village, New York, NY
    Dates: Tuesday, April 9, 2002, 11 p.m.
    Admission: Free
    Description from Nell: "Just me and my guitar for 40 minutes or so...some original tunes and maybe one Paul Gordon cover! It's free!"

    Andrea Bowen

    Andrea Bowen

    fan site

    That Was Then (TV series—cancelled)

    Role: Young Zooey
    Channel: ABC
    cast picture

    The Ice Age (film)

    Role: Aardvark Child
    Release date: March 12, 2002
    More information: http://us.imdb.com/Title?0268380
    Cast: Denis Leary (Diego the Sabertooth), Kirsten Johnson (Sylvia the Sloth), Jack Black, Jane Krakowski (Jennifer the Sloth), John Leguizamo (Sid the Sloth), Ray Romano (Manfred the Mammoth), Goran Visnjic (Sabertooth Tiger)

    Stephen R. Buntrock
    (Mr. Eshton, St. John Rivers)

    Stephen R. Buntrock

    fan site


    Role: Curly (since November 19, 2002)
    Location: The Gershwin Theatre, 222 W 51st St., New York, NY (Broadway)
    Dates: February 23, 2002–February 23, 2003; began playing Curly November 19, 2002
    Official site: Oklahoma-TheMusical.com, Broadway.com profile
    Cast: Patrick Wilson (Curly), Josefina Gabrielle (Laurey), Andrea Martin (Aunt Eller), Shuler Hensley (Jud Fry), Jessica Boevers (Ado Annie Carnes), Justin Bohon (Will Parker), Aasif Mandvi (Ali Hakim), Michael McCarty (Andrew Carnes), Ronn Carroll (Ike Skidmore)

    Miss Saigon

    Role: Chris
    Location: The Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire, Illinois
    Dates: August 1–November 4, 2001
    Cast: Emy Baysic/Kristine Remigio (Kim), Jim Corti/Joseph Foronda/Herman Sebek (The Engineer), Nikkieli DeMone (John), Susie McMonagle (Ellen), Edmund Nalzaro (Thuy)

    The Prince and the Pauper

    Role: Miles Hendon
    Location: Radio City Music Hall in New York City
    Dates: June 25–26, 2001

    Bradley Dean

    Bradley Dean

    Avenue X

    Location: The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis
    Dates: January 2–February 1, 2002
    Official site: RepStL.org

    Elizabeth DeGrazia
    (Blanche Ingram)

    Elizabeth DeGrazia


    Toronto Operetta Theatre

    Role: featured singer for the 2001–2002 season
    Official site: TorontoOperetta.com

    The Merry Widow (presented by the Edmonton Opera)

    Role: Valencienne
    Location: The Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium (11455 87 Avenue N.W., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
    Dates: April 13, 2002 at 8 p.m.; April 16 at 7:30 p.m.; April 18 at 7:30 p.m.
    Tickets: General information; $20–$83; on sale March 15; order online or call (780) 429-1000
    Official site: EdmontonOpera.com
    Cast: Joanne Kolomyjec (Hanna Glawari), Theodore Baerg (Count Danillo)

    The Mikado

    Role: Yum-Yum
    Location: The Sean O'Sullivan Theatre at Brock University in Saint Catharines, Niagara, Ontario, Canada
    Date: Saturday, March 2, 2002 at 8 p.m.
    Official site: Chorus Niagara
    Cast: Greg Dahl (Mikado), Guillermo Silva-Marin (Ko-Ko), Stuart Howe (Nanki-Poo), Debrah Overes (Katisha)

    The Toronto Symphony Orchestra

    Dates: May 2001
    Official site: TSO.on.ca

    The Student Prince

    The Jane Mallett Theatre
    Presented by Toronto Operetta Theatre
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    January 2002
    Read a great review on the official website. (Excerpt: "For her part, DeGrazia, as Kathie, is a beautiful petite brunette with a sparkling personality and ringing coloratura.")
    Click to see a production photo of Elizabeth DeGrazia as Kathie and Stuart Howe as Prince Karl Franz. (Picture courtesy of the Toronto Operetta.)

    Bruce Dow

    Bruce Dow

    official site

    'Round Midnight: Songs for after Theatre

    Location: Tango Coffee Bistro, Stratford, Ontario, Canada
    Dates: June–September 2002

    Anything Goes

    Role: Chanty Quartet
    Location: The Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Centre, on Broadway
    Date: April 1, 2002
    Cast: Patti LuPone, Howard McGillin, David Chase (musical director)
    Note: fundraiser for the Lincoln Centre

    The Music Man

    Role: Jacey Squires (Barbershop Quartet)
    Location: The Neil Simon Theatre on Broadway
    Dates: May–September 2001
    Official site: TheMusicManOnBroadway.com | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

    Gina Ferrall
    (Mrs. Reed, Lady Ingram)

    Gina Ferrall

    The Castle

    Role: Innkeeper's Wife understudy
    Location: Manhattan Ensemble Theatre (off-Broadway)
    Dates: January 8–February 17, 2002
    Tickets: Order online
    Official site: MET.com
    Review: Talkin' Broadway
    Cast: William Atherton (K), Catherine Curtin (Frieda), Sean McCourt (Innkeeper), Judith Malina (Innkeeper's Wife), E. J. Carroll (Barnabas), Jim Parsons (K's assistant), Grant James Varjas (K's assistant)
    Director: Scott Schwartz

    Into The Woods

    Role: Jack's Mother
    Location: Theatre under the Stars/The Arena Theatre in Houston
    Dates: December 4–16, 2001
    Official site: http://www.tuts.com/2001/IntoTheWoods.htm

    Andy Gale

    Andy Gale

    Lyrics and Lyricists: The British Invasion

    Location: 92nd Street Y in New York City
    Dates: January 5–7, 2002
    Cast: Midge Woolsey (host), Terri Klausner, Brigid Brady, Leila Martin, J. Mark McVey, Sal Viviano

    Bonnie Gleicher
    (Schoolgirl, Young Jane Eyre understudy)

    Bonnie Gleicher

    A Little Princess (demo recording of a new musical)

    Location: New York, NY
    Dates: recorded March 18–22, 2002
    Composer: Erik Rockwell

    Rita Glynn
    (Schoolgirl, Adele understudy)

    Rita Glynn

    The Secret Garden

    Olney Theatre Center
    2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Rd.
    Olney, Maryland
    (301) 924-3400
    Rita stars as Mary Lennox in this production. The show runs November 19–December 29, 2002
    Visit the Olney Theatre website for more information.
    Click to see a production photo of (from left) Sherri L. Edelen, Rita Glynn, Justin Spencer Pereira, Harry A. Winter, Stephen Gregory Smith, and Mary Payne. (Picture courtesy of The Washington Post.)
    Cast: John Scherer (Archie), Peggy Yates (Lily), Justin Spencer Pereira (Colin), Sherri L. Edelen (Martha), Stephen Gregory Smith (Dickon), Harry A. Winter (Ben), Christopher Flint, Corrie James, Daniel Felton, Nehal Joshi, Mary Payne, Joe Peck, Stephen F. Schmidt, Steve Tipton, Eileen Ward

    The Broadway Kids Sing Pop (CD)

    Release date: December 2002
    Cast: Jill Schackner, Danielle Brown, Stephen Scarpulla, Gerard Canonico, Ashley Rose Orr

    A Little Princess (reading)

    Role: Becky
    Location: New York, New York
    Dates: February 2002

    To Kill a Mockingbird

    Role: Scout
    Location: Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C.
    Dates: October–November, 2001

    Gina Lamparella
    (Louisa Eshton)

    Gina Lamparella

    Imaginary Friends

    A Play with Music
    By Nora Ephron
    Original Songs by Marvin Hamlisch
    Lyrics by Craig Carnelia
    Directed by Jack O'Brien
    Role: ensemble
    Location: The Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, CA
    Dates: September 21–November 3, 2002; transfers to Broadway November 25, 2002
    Showtimes: Tuesday–Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
    Tickets: Order online or call (619) 239-2255
    Official site: The Old Globe
    Article: "Broadway-Bound Imaginary Friends Completes Casting" (Playbill.com), "With Friends Like These: Kurtz, Jones Open in Imaginary Pre-Broadway Run Sept. 29" (Playbill.com)
    Cast: Cherry Jones (Mary McCarthy), Swoosie Kurtz (Lillian Hellman), Harry Groener, Anne Allgood, Constance Barron, Bernard Dotson, Rosena M. Hill, Gina Lamparella, Dirk Lumbard, Peter Marx, Perry Laylon Ojeda, Jim Osorno, Anne Pitoniak, Karyn Quackenbush, Melanie Vaughan

    Les Misérables

    Role: Ensemble/Fantine understudy
    Location: The Imperial Theatre on Broadway
    Official site: LesMis.com

    Marguerite MacIntyre
    (Miss Scatcherd, Bertha Mason, Mrs. Dent)

    Marguerite MacIntyre


    Our Lips Are Sealed (TV movie)

    Role: Texas teacher
    Channel: ABC Family
    Release date: 2000
    More information: Internet Movie Database

    Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (TV series guest role)

    Role: Darlene Sutton
    Episode: "Folly" (season 2, episode 17; synopsis)
    Channel: NBC
    Cast: Christopher Meloni (Elliot Stabler), Mariska Hargitay (Olivia Benson), Richard Belzer (John Munch), Dann Florek (Donald Cragen), Ice-T (Odafin Tutuola), Stephanie March (Alexandra Cabot), Eddie Cahill (Tommy Dowd), Patricia Kalember (Leslie DeSantis), Simon Jones (Darien Marshall), Tucker Smith (Gary Sutton)

    All My Children (TV series guest role)

    Role: Regina
    Channel: ABC
    Dates: June 2001
    Official site: ABC

    Bill Nolte
    (Richard Mason)

    Bill Nolte


    H.M.S. Pinafore

    Role: Dick Deadeye
    Location: Pittsburgh Public Theater
    Dates: January 31–March 3, 2002
    Tickets: General information; $28–50; call (412) 316-1600
    Official site: PPT.org
    Article: One-on-One with Bill Nolte
    Cast: Catrina Lennon (Josephine), Pedro Porro (Ralph), Myrna Paris (Buttercup)

    watercolor display

    Location: The Watercolor Gallery (down the street from Pittsburgh Public Theater)
    Dates: approximately February 4–March 3, 2002


    Location: The Helen Hayes Performing Arts Center in Nyack, NY
    Dates: December 1–30, 2001
    Official site: HelenHayesPAC.org, Playbill.com listing

    Jayne Paterson
    (Helen Burns, Mary Ingram, Associate Director, Dance Captain)

    Jayne Paterson

    fan site
    Info courtesy of Jayne Paterson... an unofficial site:
    Jayne, in the role of Fantine, joined the Broadway cast of Les Misérables on March 25, 2003. She remained in the role until the show's final performance on May 18, 2003.
    Jayne joined the Broadway production directly after starring as Fantine in the U.S. Tour of Les Misérables since November 13, 2001. During her tenure with the tour, she joined the cast in performing in Seoul, Korea.

    Les Misérables

    Role: Fantine
    Location: Broadway (The Imperial Theatre, 249 W. 45th St.)
    Dates: March 25–May 18, 2003
    Official site: LesMis.com

    Les Misérables

    Role: Fantine (since November 13, 2001)
    Location: Third National Tour, at various venues throughout the U.S. (list of tour stops)
    Official site: LesMis.com
    Unofficial tour site: RuePlumet.com/LesMis

    Daddy-Long-Legs (workshop)

    Role: Jerusha
    Location: London
    Dates: February 2–11, 2002
    Composer/lyricist: Paul Gordon
    Director/lyricist: John Caird

    Christeena Michelle Riggs
    (Louisa Eshton)

    Christeena Michelle Riggs


    Role: Sandy
    Location: Germany tour

    Erica Schroeder

    Erica Schroeder

    I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change

    Location: The Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine
    Dates: summer 2001
    Official site: OgunquitPlayhouse.org


    Role: Lily St. Regis, assistant director
    Location: The Actors Repertory Theatre in Las Vegas
    Dates: August 31–September 9, 2001
    Reviews: Las Vegas Weekly, The Las Vegas Review-Journal
    Cast: Vicki Colombo (Annie), Diana Saunders (Mrs. Hannigan), Heidi Bauer (Grace Farrell), Patrick Thompson (Franklin Roosevelt)

    On This Rock (workshop)

    Location: The Westbeth Theatre Center

    Empire (TV series pilot)

    Ultraman Tiga (TV series pilot)

    Role: Rena (voice-over)

    Lee Zarrett
    (John Reed, Young Lord Ingram)

    Lee Zarrett

    The It Factor

    Episode: pilot
    Channel: Bravo

    Paul Gordon
    (Music and Lyrics)

    Paul Gordon


    The Circle

    Position: Composer/lyricist
    Director: John Caird
    Book writer: Shem Bitterman

    Daddy-Long-Legs (workshop)

    Position: Composer/lyricist
    Location: London
    Dates: February 2–11, 2002
    Cast: Jayne Paterson (Jerusha)
    Director/co-lyricist: John Caird

    John Caird
    (Book and Additional Lyrics, Co-Director)

    John Caird


    The Circle

    Position: Director
    Composer/lyricist: Paul Gordon
    Book writer: Shem Bitterman

    Daddy-Long-Legs (workshop)

    Position: Composer/lyricist
    Location: London
    Dates: February 2–11, 2002
    Composer/co-lyricist: Paul Gordon
    Cast: Jayne Paterson (Jerusha)

    Scott Schwartz

    Scott Schwartz

    fan site


    Position: director
    Location: UK tour (starts at Liverpool Playhouse)
    Dates: February–May 2002


    Position: director
    Location: TheatreWorks in Palo Alto, CA
    Dates: April 10–May 5, 2002
    Official sites: BillRussell.net, TheatreWorks.org

    The Castle

    Position: director
    Location: Manhattan Ensemble Theatre (off-Broadway)
    Dates: January 8–February 17, 2002
    Tickets: Order online
    Official site: MET.com
    Review: Talkin' Broadway
    Cast: William Atherton (K), Catherine Curtin (Frieda), Sean McCourt (Innkeeper), Judith Malina (Innkeeper's Wife), E. J. Carroll (Barnabas), Jim Parsons (K's assistant), Grant James Varjas (K's assistant), Gina Ferrall (Innkeeper's Wife understudy)


    Position: director
    Location: U.S. tour
    Dates: 2000–2001
    Official site: GodspellOnTour.com
    Cast recording: Amazon.com

    Bat Boy

    Position: director
    Location: Union Square Theatre (off-Broadway)
    Dates: closed December 2, 2001
    Official site: BatBoy-TheMusical.com
    Cast recording: Amazon.com
    Cast: Deven May (Bat Boy), Kaitlin Hopkins (Meredith Parker), Sean McCourt (Dr. Thomas Parker), Kerry Butler (Shelley Parker), Kathy Brier (Maggie/Ron), Daria Hardeman (Ruthie/Ned), Trent Armand Kendall (Rev. Hightower/Mrs. Taylor/Roy), Jim Price (Bud/Daisy/Pan), Richard Pruitt (Sheriff), Doug Storm (Rick/Lorraine/Mr. Dillon), Charles Gray, J. P. Potter, Angela Pupello (Swings)
    Awards: nominated for eight Drama Desk Awards, including Best Director; won the Lucille Lortel Award and Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Musical


    Position: director
    Location: The Jane Street Theatre (off-Broadway)
    Dates: June 13, 2001–January 6, 2002
    Official site: TickTickBoom.net
    Cast recording: Amazon.com
    Cast: Raul Esparza (Jonathan), Amy Spanger (Susan/various), Jerry Dixon (Michael/various)

    John Napier
    (Set Designer)

    John Napier


    South Pacific

    Position: set designer/co-costume designer
    Location: The Royal National Theatre in London
    Dates: December 2, 2001–April 27, 2002
    Tickets: £12–£38; order online or call +44 (0)20 7452 3000
    Official site: NationalTheatre.org.uk

    (Headshots courtesy of JaneEyreOnBroadway.com.)

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