Theatre credits include:
Production Vocalist – Mirage Shows and Productions for Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, Oceania Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line. (2015-2019)
Luke is thrilled to be making his theatre debut in Jersey Boys.
Training: National Institute of Dramatic Arts
Stage Credits Include: Bertie Hugh in Mikado (Wiltons Music Hall); Phantom/Cover Frank n Furter in Rocky Horror Show (European Tour); Bob Gaudio in Jersey Boys (UK Tour); Bob Gaudio in Jersey Boys (Piccadilly Theatre); Elder Price (Standby) in The Book of Mormon (US Tour); Bob Gaudio in Jersey Boys (Australian Tour)
Other Credits Include: Featured Man in DSS: Stop It From the Start (Commercial); Artist in Twisted Broadway (Concert); Party Guest in The Great Gatsby (Film); Father in Love Thy Neighbour (Short Film); Experiment 2 in Labrath! (Short FIlm); Narrator/LaChanze Fanzey in My First Kiss (Short Film)
Training: Arts Educational Schools London.
Theatre includes: Norm Waxman in Jersey Boys (UK Tour); Alternate Johnny Castle in Dirty Dancing (Phoenix Theatre London, UK and European Tour); Beast in Beauty and the Beast (Northampton Deco); Shere Khan in The Jungle Book (London); Ensemble inWhite Christmas (UK Tour); Vocalist in WhatsOnStage Awards (Prince of Wales Theatre); Cover Prince/Ensemble in Cinderella (The Cliffs Pavilion, Southend)
Television includes: Wardy in Hollyoaks (Lime Pictures/Channel 4); Karl is also filming a brand new Amazon series this summer.
Film includes: Joe in Behind Eyes (Ferrybank Productions); Ian Wolf in Criminal (The BFI); Rich in CAGA (Pukkafilms)
Karl would like to thank his family and friends for their constant love and support.
Theatre credits, Ensemble, Rod, cover Don Lockwood – Singin’ In The Rain ( UK Tour ), Tommy Devito – Jersey Boys (Norwegian Bliss Cruise Line), Ensemble / Rod, Cover Don Lockwood and Roscoe Dexter – Singin’ in the Rain (Sadler Wells Theatre). Ensemble, Dance Captain, Cover Bobby – The Boyfriend (Menier Chocolate Factory). Ensemble, Assistant Dance Captain – Evita (Regents Park Open Air Theatre). Wayne Osmond – The Osmonds the Musical (Workshop). Swing cover Tommy Devito and Nick Massi – Jersey Boys (UK Tour). Ensemble, cover Eddie and Nick Arnstein – Funny Girl The Musical (UK Tour). Ensemble, cover Mary Sunshine – Chicago (UK/ international tour); Christian Elias /Nutcracker – Nutcracker! The Musical (Pleasance Theatre). Ensemble – Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre).
Training: Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (recipient of the Catherine Zeta-Jones Scholarship) and University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Joey is thrilled to be making his West End debut in Jersey Boys at the Trafalgar Theatre.
Training: Joseph trained at the Tring Youth Theatre Project, and then the Guildford School Of Acting.
Theatre credits includes: Mr Nut in Potted Panto (Garrick Theatre), Chandler Bing in Friends the Musical Parody (UK Tour), Billy in California Suite (Royal Court Theatre Company – onboard the Cunard Queen Victoria), Petruchio in William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet (Secret Cinema), Jimmy Winston in All Or Nothing (UK Tour) Hank Majewski in Jersey Boys (Picadilly Theatre), Woody Mahoney in Finnian’s Rainbow (Charing Cross Theatre) Ensemble in Evita (European Tour)
Film Credits includes: Tom Hooper’s Les Miserables
T.V Credits includes: “Dad Hooman” in “Floogals” – Channel 5, (2017) Let It Shine – BBC 2017, Skater Hero – Liptons Ice Tea commercial (2015)
Joseph is over the moon to be returning to Jersey Boys. He would like to dedicate his performance to his baby boy Alfie Gordon Bishop and the loving memory of his father Gordon Bishop, a huge fan of the show, who would be in the audience with us every night if he could.
Training: The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts
Theatre Credits include: Happy Man/Mr Thompson in Pretty Woman (Savoy Theatre); Drake in Annie (UK Tour); Ensemble/Mr Parker in Nativity! The Musical (UK Tour); Louis Perryman in An Officer and a Gentleman (Leicester Curve); Hollywood Producer and First Cover Paul Maddens in Nativity! The Musical (UK Tour original cast); Elle’s Dad & Dewey in Legally Blonde (Leicester Curve and Monaco); Mr Baskin, BIG The Musical (Theatre Royal Plymouth); Featured Ensemble in Exposure (St James Theatre); Simon in Jesus Christ Superstar (UK Tour + German Tour); Hip Hopper & u/s Greaseball in Starlight Express (Asia Tour); Turnov & u/s Greaseball in Starlight Express (UK Tour); Cookson & u/s Starkey in Peter Pan (Southampton Mayflower, Michael Rose Ltd); Zebulin & Pharaoh in Joseph (Guernsey); Cookson in Peter Pan (Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin); Ensemble & Understudy Prince, Buttons & Ugly Sister in Cinderella (Qdos Pantomimes/ Sam Kane); Swing & Understudy Greaseball, Engines & Hip Hopers in Starlight Express (Germany); Ensemble in Robin Hood (Qdos Pantomimes/ Jonathan Kiley); Ensemble & Understudy Prince & Buttons in Cinderella (Qdos Pantomimes/ Russell Labey); Prospero in The Tempest (The Complete Works Creative Co.)
Workshop Credits: Mr Poppy in Nativity the Musical (Debbie Issit), Clark in From Here to Eternity (Lee Menzies).
TV and Film Credits include: Bouncer in Press 81 commercial, Dancer in VV Brown ‘Crying Blood’ Music Video; Dancer in Comedy Shuffle Show (BBC Three), Amazon Delivery Driver in Amazon BusinessCommercial, Dancing Farmer in Farmdrop commercial.
Oliver has been performing from the age of 8, training at various schools in his hometown Deal in Kent.
Oliver’s Credits include:
Ensemble in My Fair Lady (UK Tour), Ensemble/Cover Nick Arnstein in Funny Girl (Théâtre Marigny), Ensemble/Swing in Evita (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), Ensemble in Me and My Girl (Chichester Festival Theatre), Arab in West Side Story (Royal Exchange Theatre), Swing/Cover Eddie in Funny Girl (Savoy Theatre), Swing/Cover Eddie in Mamma Mia (UK Tour), Swing/Cover Pinocchio in Shrek the Musical (UK Tour), Dandini in Cinderella (Corn Exchange Theatre) Ensemble in Jackie the Musical (Gardyne Theatre, Scotland)
Training : D&B Academy of Performing Arts
Theatre includes : Ensemble in The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales Theatre); Barry Belson/Cover Bob Crewe in Jersey Boys (Trafalgar Theatre); Swing/Dance Captain in Beautiful The Carole King Musical (2017 & 2020 UK Tour); Swing/Cover Lola in Kinky Boots (UK Tour); Seaweed in Hairspray (Crewe Lyceum); Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk (Stag Theatre); Ensemble/Dance Captain in Aladdin (Grove Theatre); Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland (Stag Theatre); Ensemble/Cover Peter Pan in Peter Pan (Stag Theatre); Ensemble in Sleeping Beauty (Churchill Theatre); Ensemble/Cover Captain Hook in Peter Pan (Churchill Theatre).
Television includes : Dates (Channel 4), MI High (CBBC), Beaver Falls (E4), The Saturday Show (BBC), Let’s Dance for Comic Relief & Children In Need (BBC).
Training: Arts Educational Schools, London and Guildford School of Acting (graduated with First Class Honours)
Theatre includes: Lauren in Kinky Boots (NCL); Cindy-Lou in the UK premiere of The Marvelous Wonderettes (Upstairs at the Gatehouse and Theatre Royal Windsor); Kate/Chutney in Legally Blonde (UK & Ireland Tour); Wendy in Peter Pan(Aylesbury Waterside and Mansfield Palace Theatre); Fiona in Bananaman the Musical (Tristan Bates/Workshop) ; Tinks in Peter Pan (Malvern Theatres); Kate/Chutney in Legally
Blonde (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); Cinderella in Cinderella(Towngate Theatre); Ariel in Footloose (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre) and The Water Babies (Workshop).
Rosie is thrilled to be making her west end debut in Jersey Boys and would like to thank her family and friends for their constant love and support.
Training: Arts Educational Schools, London
Theatre credits: Jersey Boys (UK Tour), Red Ridiing Hood ( Stratford Theatre Royal), EVITA (Uk & International Tour)
Workshops: ‘Ensemble’ in Eugenius (London Palladium ), ‘Nychela’ in Jason And the Argonauts (Dominion Theatre) , ‘Cook’ in Five Children And It (ArtsEd)
Concerts: My Lifelong Love: An Evening with Georgia Still and Friends (Garrick), You Won’t Succeed On Broadway (Garrick), Hey,Old friends! An 85th Birthday Tribute to Stephen Sondheim (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)
Film: ‘Dancer’ in BREATHE (Andy Serkis)
Training: Performance Preparation Academy.
Theatre credits include: BONNIE & CLYDE (Arts Theatre London), PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT (UK Tour), SUGAR COAT (Vault Festival, London), CALL ME FURY (Hope Theatre, London), THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY (Criterion Theatre, West End), MUSICAL BUGS (Natural History Museum, London), HERO (Workshop, London), FOOTLOOSE (UK/International Tour), AVENUE Q (UK Tour), SOUTH PACIFIC (Kilworth House) and the pantomimes: DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT (Watford Palace Theatre), (SLEEPING BEAUTY (Liverpool Everyman), PETER PAN (Blackpool Winter Gardens), DICK WHITTINGTON and ALADDIN (Mercury Theatre, Colchester) and CINDERELLA (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre).
Television and Film: IMODIUM (Commercial), HOME (Short Film), DOCTOR WHO Season 9 Episode 9 (BBC) and INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL GROUP (Corporate Film).
Bonnie Page is thrilled to make her West End debut on the Trafalgar Theatre stage for the return of Jersey Boys. Born in Melbourne Australia, Bonnie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Music Theatre at BAPA, one of Australia’s premier Performing Arts Universities. She has performed at Universal Studios Singapore as lead vocalist/dancer in the Mel’s Dinettes show. Back in Australia Bonnie was cast in the Australian premier of Jason Robert Brown’s Parade, and received rave reviews for Les Femmes at the Melbourne Cabaret Festival. Leaving for Germany, Bonnie performed as lead vocalist launching Aida’s premier ship Prima, performing for the Taufe televised to millions around Europe.
Bonnie feels blessed to have joined the Jersey Boys family in 2018, performing the role of Lorraine and Dance Captain for Norwegian Cruise Lines. @bonlp
Training: Newcastle College Performance Academy and London School of Musical Theatre
Theatre includes: Swing/1st cover Riff Raff, Rocky & Eddie/Dr Scott in The Rocky Horror Show (UK Tour), Robin Gibb in Saturday Night Fever (UK Tour), Chase in Paw Patrol Live! The Great Pirate Adventure (UK & International Arena Tour), Tom in Fatbusters the Musical (London), Stephen in Red Riding Hood (Leicester Curve/Leeds Playhouse), Puck in A Midsummer Nights’ Dream (London).
Commercials: Sony PlayStation: ‘4 The Players’, Barclays ‘All To Play For’.
Jersey Boys marks Danny’s West End debut.
Training: Performance Preparation Academy
Theatre Credits Include: Swing/Cover Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys (UK and Ireland Tour), Snow White (Bristol Hippodrome)
Matthew trained at The London School of Musical Theatre, graduating in December 2020.
Professional credits include: Jimmy Ferris in BBC Casualty, Prince Charming in Evolutions Cinderella (Hawth Theatre) and Soloist in MTJ Production’s Music of the Night (Courtyard Theatre).
Matthew is thrilled to be joining the London cast of Jersey Boys, having just played ‘Norm Waxman’ on the 2022/23 UK & Ireland tour.
Daniel is overjoyed to be making his West End debut, especially with it being his dream show. He’d like to dedicate this to his family and friends for all their continuing support.
Previous credits include: Sonny, cover Kenickie & Danny Zuko – Grease (Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas), Lead Vocalist – Viking Star (Viking Cruise Line), Lead Vocalist – Costa Mediterranea (Costa Cruises), Young Ali – The Pebble & the Boy (Feature Film with Now Films), Thomas – The Residue (The Stockwell Playhouse)
Training: London College of Music
Training: ArtsEd, 1st Class BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre & Sylvia Young Theatre School
West End: Grease (Dominion Theatre); Hairspray (London Coliseum); The Pirate Queen (London Coliseum)
Other works: Jack in Jack in the Beanstalk (Orchard Theatre); Roles We’ll Never Play (Vaudeville, Lyric & Apollo); Aladdin (New Victoria Theatre); Zombies (The Other Palace); The Postman and the Poet (The Other Palace); Up Next Gala (National Theatre); Newsies (ArtsEd); The Olivier Awards (The Royal Albert Hall); Let’s Face the Music (The Royal Albert Hall)
Pearce dedicates his performance to the memory of his brilliant Grandad, Alan Barron.
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Films (author or co-author): Sleeper, Annie Hall, Manhattan, Manhattan Murder Mystery, For the Boys and Intersection (as writer/director): Simon, Lovesick, The Manhattan Project and Sister Mary Explains It All. Television: The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (head writer) and The Dick Cavett Show (head writer/co-producer).
He has published in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Playboy and other periodicals, and was the 2006 recipient of the Writers Guild of America’s Ian McLellan Hunter Lifetime Achievement Award. Jersey Boys, his first venture into musical theatre (with co-author Rick Elice), won four Tonys, including Best Musical. The Addams Family, his second theatrical venture (also with Rick), ran over 700 performances on Broadway and had national and international tours. Upcoming projects include musicals about Roy Rogers and the Woodstock Festival of 1969.
RICK ELICE (Book) co-wrote Jersey Boys (winner 2006 Tony Award, 2007 Grammy Award and 2009 Olivier Award for Best Musical) with the great Marshall Brickman; The Addams Family; Peter and the Starcatcher (winner of five 2012 Tony Awards); and The Cher Show (currently on tour in the UK).
In the pipeline: Water for Elephants, adapted from the popular novel; Silver Linings Playbook, adapted from the popular film; The Princess Bride for Disney; Smash for Robert Greenblatt, Neil Meron and Steven Spielberg.
In London, Rick’s new play, Doubting Tom, and an original musical, Treasure, written with 2021 Ed Kleban Award-winner Benjamin Scheuer, will be produced in 2024-5. Rick’s book, Finding Roger, An Improbably Theatrical Love Story, is published by Kingswell.
Heartfelt thanks to those whose theatre work makes him grateful for the day he was born: Sondheim, Stoppard, Bennett, Prince, Fosse, Robbins, Nichols, Nunn, Laurents, Stone, Taymor, Papp, Schumacher, Schneider, David, Strong, Gaudio, Valli, McAnuff, Trujillo, Timbers, Coyne, Brickman, and, eternally, Roger Rees. Rick thinks about them a lot. He never thought about Jersey much. He does now.
BOB GAUDIO (Composer) wrote his first hit, “Who Wears Short Shorts,” at 15, for the Royal Teens, and then went on to become a founding member of the Four Seasons and the band’s principal songwriter. He also produced the hit “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” for Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand (Grammy nomination, Record of the Year) as well as seven albums for Diamond, including The Jazz Singer. Other producing credits include albums for Frank Sinatra, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, Michael Jackson and the soundtrack for the film of Little Shop of Horrors.
Several songs co-written with Bob Crewe have been cover hits for such artists as the Tremeloes (“Silence Is Golden”), the Walker Brothers (“The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore”) and Lauryn Hill (“Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”). Gaudio produced and co-wrote the Who Loves You album for the Four Seasons and one of Billboard’s longest-charted singles (54 weeks),“Oh, What a Night.” A high point in his career came in 1990 when, as a member of the original Four Seasons, Gaudio was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 1995, he was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, which hailed him as “a quintessential music-maker.”
Gaudio co-produced the current hit Broadway show A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical, and the Jersey Boys film with Nick Jonas as Frankie Valli. In 2022, Gaudio’s song “Beggin’” recorded by Månesskin, an Italian rock group, was chosen as Favorite Song of the Year by The American Music Awards. Gaudio is currently working on a project relating to Frank Sinatra’s Watertown album. To this day, Bob Gaudio and Frankie Valli still maintain their partnership…on a handshake.
“New York was pregnant in the fifties,” says Bob Crewe, “gestating with possibilities.” Crewe and music partner Frank Slay became independent writer-producers when the category hadn’t yet been invented. In 1957 they wrote and produced “Silhouettes” for The Rays, which skyrocketed to No. 1. Suddenly, producers in demand, they launched Freddie Cannon’s “Tallahassee Lassie” and Billy & Lillie’s “Lah Dee Da.”
Crewe’s 1960s unprecedented producing success with The Four Seasons birthed a new sound, striking a major chord in American pop. “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like a Man,” “Candy Girl,” “Ronnie” – all smashes! When lead Frankie Valli demanded a solo turn, Crewe and Bob Gaudio wrote (and Crewe produced) “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” which eventually became the century’s fifth most-played song.
Crewe ran hot with artists from Vicki Carr, Oliver and Lesley Gore to Mitch Ryder, co-writing with Charles Fox the soundtrack for Jane Fonda’s film, “Barbarella.” Then his own Bob Crewe Generation exploded with Music to Watch Girls By. In 1972 Bob was in L.A., where he revived Frankie Valli with “My Eyes Adored You” by Crewe and Kenny Nolan. They also co-wrote Patti LaBelle’s “Lady Marmalade” (No. 1, July 1975), which was a hit again on the soundtrack of Moulin Rouge (No. 1, June 2001)
DES McANUFF (Director) is a two-time Tony Award-winning director and former artistic director of Canada’s Stratford Festival.
He is also Director Emeritus of La Jolla Playhouse, where as Artistic Director he staged over 30 productions of classics, new plays and musicals.
He’s co-founder of Broadway’s Dodgers. Broadway: Ain’t Too Proud, Summer, Doctor Zhivago, Jesus Christ Superstar, Guys and Dolls, Aaron Sorkin’s The Farnsworth Invention, Jersey Boys (Tony and Olivier Awards: Best Musical), Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays (Tony Award: Best Special Theatrical Event), Dracula the Musical, How to Succeed…, The Who’s Tommy (Tony and Olivier Awards: Best Director), A Walk in the Woods, Big River (Tony Awards: Best Director, Best Musical).
Selected New York: Fetch Clay, Make Man (NYTW), multiple productions at The Public and BAM. Stratford highlights: Twelfth Night (with Brian Dennehy), A Word or Two, Caesar and Cleopatra, The Tempest (all with Christopher Plummer). Opera: Faust (The Met, ENO). TV: 700 Sundays (HBO). Film: Cousin Bette (with Jessica Lange, director), The Iron Giant (producer, BAFTA Award) and Quills (executive producer).
In 2011, he was honored with a doctorate from Ryerson University where he attended theatre school. In 2012, he was awarded Canada’s Governor General’s National Arts Center Award and the Order of Canada.
SERGIO TRUJILLO. Recipient of a Tony Award for Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of The Temptations and an Olivier Award for Memphis the Musical.
Broadway: Ain’t Too Proud (Tony/NAACP Award, Outer Critics Circle/Chita Rivera nominations), On Your Feet! (Tony Award nominee, Outer Critics Circle/Astaire Awards), Memphis the Musical (Olivier/OCC Award, Drama Desk/Astaire Award nominations), Jersey Boys (Olivier/ Drama Desk/OCC/Greenroom/Dora nominations), Summer: The Donna Summer Musical (Chita Rivera/NAACP Award), A Bronx Tale (Chita Rivera Award nomination), The Addams Family, Next to Normal, Hands on a Hardbody (Drama Desk nomination), Leap of Faith (Drama Desk nomination), Guys and Dolls (Astaire Awards nomination), and All Shook Up. Director/choreographer: Real Women Have Curves ( The ART), The Harder They Come (The Public Theater), Cirque De Soleil’s Paramour (Stage Entertainment), Arrabal (A.R.T.-Elliot Norton Award), Gloria Estefan on Broadway (Minskoff Theatre), Flashdance: The Musical (national tour).
International credits: Disney’s Tarzan (Stage Entertainment), Peggy Sue Got Married (West End), West Side Story (Stratford Festival). TV credits: “Annie Live” for NBC (Emmy Nominee), “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” (Emmy nominee), Kennedy Center Honors, 2021 Tony Awards.
RON MELROSE (Music Supervision, Vocal/Dance Arrangements and Incidental Music).
Forty-seven years of arranging, music direction and supervision, including nineteen Broadway shows and productions spanning the world.
Helpmann Award (Australia’s Tony) for music direction on Jersey Boys, music supervisor of Jersey Boys streaming and film, associate producer of Jersey Boys cast and Christmas albums.
Music supervisor and arranger, A Bronx Tale (Broadway/Tour), Summer: The Donna Summer Musical (Broadway/Tour), The Who’s Tommy (Goodman Theatre). Composer: Fourtune (Off-Broadway), The Silver Swan (NEA Fellowship), The Missing Peace (Washington’s Capitol Fringe), Early One Morning (liturgical one-woman musical, two Harvard Hasty Pudding shows, a gospel Requiem, songs for Saturday Night Live.
Education: Harvard (philosophy), Westminster (choral conducting). Thanks to Alexandra.
Broadway: Sister Act; The Farnsworth Invention; Jersey Boys; The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe.
Awards: The Green Room Award Australia, Theatregoers’ Choice Award London for Best Set Design; Lumen Award for the design of The New World Stages in NYC; Drammy Award for Best Set Design, Carbonell Award for Best Set Design, and designed sets for Best Touring Production of the L.A. Ovation Awards.
Ms. Zieglerova has designed numerous productions in the United States, Europe and Asia.
Selected NY credits include Disney’s Newsies, On the Town, Proof, The Merchant of Venice with Al Pacino, Henry IV with Kevin Kline, Julius Caesar with Denzel Washington, Love! Valour! Compassion!, Take Me Out, How I Learned to Drive, Buried Child, Tintypes, Enchanted April, The Most Happy Fella, Il Trittico for the Metropolitan Opera and a 2005 Tony Award for Lincoln Center Theatre’s The Rivals and Lortel and Hewes Awards for The Mineola Twins. Film designs include A Walk on the Moon, The Substance of Fire, Talking With and Far East. A Yale grad, he has taught design at the Drama School since 1990. 2015 Irene Sharaff Lifetime Achievement Award. www.jess-goldstein.com
Broadway: Prince of Broadway, Come From Away (2017 Tony nomination), A Bronx Tale, Hamilton (2016 Tony winner), After Midnight (2014 Tony nomination), How to Succeed Without Really Trying starring Daniel Radcliffe (2011 Tony nomination), West Side Story (2009 Tony nomination), Gypsy, starring Patti LuPone; In the Heights (2008 Tony nomination), Jersey Boys (2006 Tony winner), Avenue Q, Parade and Kiss of the Spider Woman (1993 Tony nomination).
Awards: 1993 Sir Laurence Olivier and Canadian Dora awards for Kiss of the Spider Woman. 2006 Henry Hewes Design Award for Jersey Boys. 2016 Henry Hewes Design Award for Hamilton.
Co-founder and resident lighting designer for Parsons Dance.
Steve was the production engineer on such Broadway shows as Cats, Starlight Express, Song & Dance, The Phantom of the Opera, Carrie and Aspects of Love.
His Broadway sound design credits includes Ain’t Too Proud, On Your Feet, Zhivago, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill (Tony Award), Hands on a Hardbody (Drama Desk Award), Jesus Christ Superstar, Catch Me If You Can (Tony Nomination), Guys and Dolls, Mary Poppins, The Lion King, Jersey Boys (Drama Desk Award), Rent, Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays, Hairspray, The Producers, Aida, Titanic, Big, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Carousel and The Who’s Tommy (Drama Desk Award).
Broadway: Jersey Boys (Tony nomination for Best Orchestrations).
Off-Broadway: Snoopy!, Personals and A Good Swift Kick. Tours: Annie, Godspell and A Class Act.
Regional Theatre: musical director and/or orchestrator at Pasadena Playhouse, Paper Mill Playhouse, Geffen Playhouse, Mark Taper Forum, Hollywood Bowl, La Jolla Playhouse, Theatreworks, Goodman Theatre, Goodspeed, Asolo Rep, Dorset Theatre, Northlight and Pioneer Theatre.
Television: composer, arranger and conductor for documentaries, sitcoms, movies and specials.
Recordings: 20 albums, including the Grammy-winning Jersey Boys cast album.
His orchestrations have been performed by the National Symphony, the Boston Pops, at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the White House and around the world.
Credits include: Elephant Man, Dracula – the Musical, Lennon, 700 Sundays, Jersey Boys, Ring of Fire (Broadway), Domesticated, Frankenstein – the Musical, Burleigh Grimes (off-Broadway), Heidi Chronicles, My One and Only, Big Maybelle, The Breakup Notebook, Villains Tonight!, Sondheim Celebration (regional and cruise lines), Le Denier Judgement (Cannes) and Ghost – the Musical (UK tour). Over 30 other productions as associate designer and currently forming new curriculum in projection, augmented and virtual reality at the University of Florida.
Charles is an award-winning Wig and Hair Designer on stages throughout the United States and abroad
Theatre: Numerous Broadway, Touring, Regional Theatre, West End and International productions including Hamilton (Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylist Guild Award); Ain’t Too Proud; Beautiful: The Carole King Musical; Beetlejuice; The Cher Show (Drama Desk Award); The Band’s Visit; Anastasia; SpongeBob SquarePants ( Drama Desk Award); A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder; The Color Purple; Newsies; In the Heights
Television: The Wiz Live! (Emmy Nomination); Jesus Christ Superstar Live! (Emmy Nomination and Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylist Guild Award); Bluebloods; American Crime; Maddoff; Hairspray
Broadway: Jersey Boys, Memphis, Carousel, Henry IV, Guys and Dolls, Doctor Zhivago, The Farnsworth Invention, Twelfth Night, Macbeth, Dracula, Bonnie and Clyde, Two Shakespearean Actors, Anna Christie, The Real Inspector Hound and The Who’s Tommy
Off-Broadway: The Third Story, Pig Farm, The Night Hank Williams Died and Below the Belt
Stratford Shakespeare Festival: Henry V, The Who’s Tommy, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet and Caesar and Cleopatra
Metropolitan Opera: Faust, Rodelinda and Iphigénie en Tauride
DANNY AUSTIN (US Creative Coordinator/Associate Choreographer).
Credits include: Jersey Boys Trafalgar Theatre London (US Creative Coordinator), Jersey Boys (Associate Choreographer- Broadway, US National Tours, Chicago, Toronto, Las Vegas, London’s West End, Australia, South Africa, Netherlands and Norwegian Cruise Lines); Hairspray (Associate Choreographer- London’s West End, UK Tour and NETworks International tour); Hairspray (Resident Director/Choreographer- Original Canadian Company); Charlottetown Festival & Young Company (Resident Director/Artistic Director); The Stratford Festival Canada (Seven seasons Acting company- three Tyrone Guthrie Awards).
TRAINING: BA(Hons) in English and Drama (University Of Surrey); and trained as an actor at The Guildford School Of Acting.
DEAR EVAN HANSEN (Noel Coward Theatre).
JERSEY BOYS (Prince Edward, Piccadilly, Trafalgar Theatres), and the 2017/19 UK Tour.
Broadway transfer of David Esbjornson’s production of Driving Miss Daisy, starring Vanessa Redgrave, James Earl Jones, and Boyd Gaines (Wyndhams Theatre), and for the subsequent UK Tour, starring Gwen Taylor, Don Warrington.
RESIDENT DIRECTOR: FAME (Aldwych Theatre); and directed the young Tommys in Des McAnuff’s TOMMY (UK Tour).
DIRECTING: BUDDY – The Buddy Holly Story (Channel Islands); The CBeebies Television Pantomime JACK AND JILL (BBC1 and CBeebies); SLEEPING BEAUTY (The Grand, Blackpool), DICK WHITTINGTON (The Grand, Blackpool; and The Anvil, Basingstoke); and CINDERELLA (Grimsby Auditorium).
ACTING includes: Young Alph in original cast of LAUTREC (Shaftesbury); Mr. Myers in FAME (Aldwych); understudying/playing the lead role, Tony in original cast of COPACABANA (Prince of Wales); Bill Snibson in ME AND MY GIRL (Palace, Westcliff) for which he received the Stella Award for Best Actor of the year; Neil Simon’s THE SUNSHINE BOYS with Ron Moody and Brian Murphy; and played the lead role of Max in LEND ME A TENOR (Palace, Westcliff). Brad Majors in THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW (Casino De Paris). TV: EASTENDERS (BBC 1); DOCTORS (BBC 1).
Dayle is thrilled to be back working with the Jersey Boys family once again, having previously played Frankie Valli both in the West End and on the UK and Ireland Tour, where he was also Dance Captain. His other credits include: Soho Cinders (Charing Cross Theatre), Jesus Christ Superstar (Barbican Theatre), Les Misérables (Queens Theatre), Floyd Collins (Southwark Playhouse), A Christmas Carol (Lichfield Garrick), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (The Union).
Credits include: As Associate Director; ‘9 to 5 The Musical’ (Savoy Theatre, London/UK Tour), ‘Falsettos’ (The Other Palace, London), ‘Gods and Monsters’ (Southwark Playhouse, London). As Resident Director: ‘9 to 5 The Musical’ (Savoy Theatre, London), ‘Motown The Musical’ (Shaftesbury Theatre, London), ‘Aladdin’ (Bath Theatre Royal). As Director; ‘Edges’ at (Tabard Theatre London), ‘Made in Dagenham’ (Waterside Theatre, Manchester), ‘Distant Echoes’ (The Brockley Jack, London). As Assistant Director; ‘The Legend of Notre Dame’ (The London Theatre Workshop).
This production of Jersey Boys is Jonathan’s third as associate designer. He was Maria Björnson’s assistant for the original production of The Phantom of the Opera and has reproduced the show worldwide, as well as assisting her on productions for the Royal Opera House at Covent Garden, Royal Shakespeare Company, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, English National Opera and
La Scala, Milan. He has worked with Mark Thompson on productions of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and One Man, Two Guvnors, Blast!, Doctor Dolittle, The Wind in the Willows, ‘Art’, Life x 3, The Lady in the Van, Kean, And Then There Were None, Bombay Dreams and The Female of the Species. He is Mark’s associate on Mamma Mia! and has designed more than 30 productions. Other work includes designs for Scottish Opera, Kent Opera, Welsh National Opera and the West End.
Sarah EC Maines (Associate Lighting Designer) has been with the Jersey Boys lighting team since the first production in La Jolla, California in 2004. As a Lighting Designer, she designs several productions each season for ZACH Theatre in Austin, Texas, USA. Recent designs include A Christmas Carol: A Rockin’ Musical, In the Heights, Once, Sunday in the Park with George, Terrance McNally’s 80th Birthday gala, and Ann starring Holland Taylor which was featured on PBS’s Great Performances and is streaming on BroadwayHD. Additionally, she designed 36Q in Prague, Water by the Spoonful at Stages Rep in Houston, TX, A Dolphin Christmas at Sea World San Antonio, TX, and Illinois Shakespeare Festival’s 2013 and 2014 seasons. As Assistant Lighting Designer, Sarah worked with Howell Binkley on seven national and two international productions of Jersey Boys which won the Tony Award for Best Lighting Design and Best Musical in 2006. She also worked as Associate Lighting Designer on the Broadway run of Sarah Jones’s Bridge and Tunnel, the New York City Center and Broadway run of Gypsy with Patti Lupone, directed by Arthur Laurents, and the First National Tour of In the Heights. Sarah is Head of the Department of Theatre & Dance at Texas State University in San Marcos, TX, USA and a member of United Scenic Artists – Local 829.
Associate sound design: Jersey Boys (UK tour); Beautiful – the Carole King Musical (Aldwych/ UK tour); Tina – the Musical (Aldwych); Groundhog Day (the Old Vic); Disney’s Aladdin (Prince Edward, Hamburg); Here Lies Love (National Theatre/ Seattle Rep); Saturday Night Fever (UK tour); The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales); Spring Awakening (Lyric Hammersmith/Novello); The Glasgow Girls (Citizens) and American Idiot (UK tour).
Sound design: The Wild Party (the Other Palace); Lazarus (King’s Cross); Pippin, Jane Eyre and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Mountview); Candide (Bridewell Theatre); Godspell in Concert (London/UK tour); The Ballad of Little Jo and Nymph Errant (LSMT/ Bridewell season, 2008–2015); Little Women and A Man of No Importance (RAM); Jackie Mason: Fearless (Wyndham’s); Dora the Explorer (UK tour) and Into the Woods (SEDOS).
Production engineer: Matilda (UK tour); The Girl From the North Country, High Society and Woyzeck (the Old Vic); Jersey Boys (UK tour); Ghost (Piccadilly/Seoul/UK tour); Loserville (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Garrick); Mamma Mia! (London, Stuttgart, Paris and South Africa) and Monty Python’s Spamalot (Palace).
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Stewart trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and spent 15 years at Scottish Opera, before starting as a freelance production manager in 1990. Productions include: The Ship and The Big Picnic in the Shed, Glasgow; Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King in London; Sunset Boulevard, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Beautiful Game and more than 20 international productions of The Phantom of the Opera.
London West End productions include: Me and My Girl, Show Boat, Notre-Dame de Paris, Napoleon, Lautrec, The Full Monty, Mamma Mia!, Contact, The Graduate, The Lieutenant of Inishmore, The Lady in the Van, The Caretaker, The Play What I Wrote, Breath of Life, Closer to Heaven, Rebecca, ‘Art’, Beautiful and Damned, Death of a Salesman, Ducktastic, I Am My Own Wife, Heroes, Daddy Cool, Dirty Dancing, Monty Python’s Spamalot, The Lord of the Rings, The Lady from Dubuque, Brief Encounter, Equus, The God of Carnage, Deathtrap, Hairspray, Jersey Boys, Sister Act, Rock of Ages, Ghost, Viva Forever!, Backbeat, Stephen Ward and The Girls.
He has been involved in the technical management of 16 international productions of Mamma Mia!
Theatre includes: Dear Evan Hansen (Noel Coward); Jersey Boys (Trafalgar Theatre/ Prince Edward/Piccadilly/UK & Ireland Tours); Bedknobs And Broomsticks (UK Tour); Hairspray (London Coliseum); Touching The Void (Duke of York’s/Bristol Old Vic & Tour); War Horse (New London Theatre/Tours 2015-2020); The Lion King Tour (2015-2022 UK & Ireland /International Tour); The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Bridge Theatre/West Yorkshire Playhouse);The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time (Gielgud Theatre/Piccadilly Theatre/Tours 2015-2019); Beautiful – The Carole King Musical (Aldwych/UK & Ireland Tour); Lazarus (Kings Cross Theatre); Kinky Boots (Adelphi/UK & Ireland Tour); Disney’s Aladdin (Prince Edward); Young Frankenstein (Garrick); Jane Eyre (UK Tour 2017/National Theatre); La Strada; Show Boat (New London/Crucible Theatre Sheffield); The Scottsboro Boys (UK Casting, Garrick/Young Vic); The Producers (Theatre Royal Drury Lane/UK Tours); Contact (Queens Theatre); Fosse (Prince Of Wales)
We cast many Workshops and Readings.
Film – Dancers for Paddington 2 and Beyond the Sea
Casting Assistants : Diane Mabbett, Nicholas Hockaday
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As Music Supervisor: Hairspray UK Tour (2015, 2017 and 2021).
As Musical Director: Gypsy (Buxton Opera Festival), Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (UK Tour), Les Misérables (UK and International Tour), Strictly Ballroom (Piccadilly Theatre, London, Princess of Wales, Toronto, West Yorkshire Playhouse), Hairspray (UK Tour, Leicester Curve), Chicago (UK Tour), Oliver! (Leicester Curve), Oklahoma! (UK Tour), The Sound of Music, Chicago, Piaf, Hello, Dolly! (All at Leicester Curve).
As Associate Musical Director: The King and I (UK Tour), 42nd Street (Curve)
THE DODGERS (Producer) is a theatrical producing partnership hatched at BAM in New York in 1978 by six friends.
Over 200 productions in North America, London, Europe and Australasia; blessed by Broadway’s Tonys (56), London’s Oliviers, Australia’s Helpmanns.
On Broadway: Jersey Boys, Matilda (with RSC), Groundhog Day (with Whistle Pig), 42nd Street, Urinetown, Into the Woods (original ’87 and ’02), High Society, Titanic, ….Forum, The King and I, The Who’s Tommy, Ralph Fiennes’ Hamlet (with Almeida), Guys and Dolls, Jelly’s Last Jam, The Secret Garden, Gospel at Colonus, Big River among others. The original producers of Jersey Boys, their Offices in Times Square and Covent Garden.
Their president is Michael David, who is also Exec Producer of MJ, coming to the Prince Edward in 2024.
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