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Artistic expression meets quirky pop art. Enjoy a variety of unique museums where you can experience the incredible artistry of a Dale Chihuly glass sculpture at the Columbus Museum. Then check out the world’s largest lunchbox collection at the Columbus Collective Museums. And this is just for starters. This summer, it’s family-friendly fun. No wonder we were named one of the Best Trips of the Year by Explore Georgia.

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3 encore | FROZEN MAY 2024 MARK MORRIS DANCERS TO GIVE NASHVILLE LOOK OF LOVE THIS JUNE (Story By Robert Viagas) 4 SHOW INFORMATION ProductionNotes9 Who’sWho......................19 DEPARTMENTS Donors43 CorporatePartners...............49 BoardandStaff51
A scene from The Look of Love Photo by Christopher Duggan


The next presentation in Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s International Dance Series will be Mark Morris Dance Group: The Look of Love June 28-29 in the Polk Theater.

The acclaimed modern dance troupe returns to Nashville to celebrate the music of composer Burt Bacharach, following the success of the company’s Beatles tribute, Pepperland.

Who Is Mark Morris? Born in 1956 in Seattle, Morris was taught music by his father, and introduced to dance by his mother. They raised Mark in an ethnically diverse neighborhood where he picked up influences that would be reflected in the rest of his career. He joined the Koleda Folk Ensemble when still a child, choreographing his first modern dance at age 14, and his first ballet at age 15. He relocated to New York at age 19 and danced for choreographers Lar Lubovitch, Eliot Feld and others before launching his own company, Mark Morris Dance Group,

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A scene from The Look of Love. Photo by Molly Bartels.

in 1980 at age 24. He has worked with his company, and others, for the rest of his professional life, creating more than 150 works for the troupe, plus conducting orchestras, directing opera and choreographing for ballet companies worldwide. Morris made his Broadway debut as a choreographer and director in 1998 with Paul Simon’s The Capeman. Morris has been honored with 11 honorary doctorates, and a multitude of awards, including the Samuel H. Scripps/American Dance Festival Award for Lifetime Achievement, the Leonard Bernstein Lifetime Achievement Award for the Elevation of Music in Society, the Benjamin Franklin Laureate Prize for Creativity, the Cal Performances Award of Distinction in the Performing Arts, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s Gift of Music Award and the 2016 Doris Duke Artist Award. In 2015, Morris was inducted into the National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs, New York.

Is Morris Still Involved with the Company? Morris still choreographs or co-choreographs the dances performed by his company.

What Is Special About the Mark Morris Company? The ethnically diverse company specializes in modern dance, but often rethinks dances set to classical music. Among the troupe’s best-known pieces is The Hard Nut, a completely original ballet set to Tchaikovsky’s 1892 The Nutcracker. Its design is inspired by the work of comic artist Charles Burns.

What Will Be Performed Here in Nashville? Morris has teamed with previous collaborator Ethan Iverson for this wistful and heartfelt homage to the charttopping songs of Burt Bacharach (“Alfie,” “What the World Needs Now,” “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head,” “The Look of Love,” “I Say a Little Prayer,” and more). Bacharach is known for crafting soaring melodies embedded in unique orchestrations influenced by jazz, rock, and Brazilian music—his longtime lyricist Hal David providing unsentimental, often bittersweet lyrics. The two of them collaborated on the score for the Broadway musical Promises Promises. This showpiece features original choreography by Morris and new musical arrangements by Iverson, performed live by an ensemble of piano, trumpet, bass and percussion, with vocals by singer, actress, and Broadway star Marcy Harriell. The show also features lighting design by Nicole Pearce and costume design by Isaac Mizrahi.

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A scene from The Look of Love. Photo courtesy Mark Morris Dance Group.


Local youth 18 and under are always free, plus 25% off admission for up to two accompanying adults who are residents of Davidson and bordering counties, including Cheatham, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson.


Disney Theatrical Group under the direction of Andrew Flatt Thomas Schumacher Anne Quart presents

Music and Lyrics by


Based on the Disney film written by JENNIFER LEE and directed by CHRIS BUCK and JENNIFER LEE





Book by






Managing Director, Disney Theatrical Group ANDREW FLATT

General Manager RANDY MEYER

Associate Director ADRIAN SARPLE

Orchestrations DAVE METZGER

Technical Supervision AURORA PRODUCTIONS



Music Producer CHRIS MONTAN



Senior Production Supervisor CLIFFORD SCHWARTZ




Video Design FINN ROSS

Scenic and Costume Design CHRISTOPHER ORAM

Production Supervisor LISA DAWN CAVE

Production Stage Manager PAIGE GRANT

Additional Dance Arranger DAVID CHASE

Special Effects Design JEREMY CHERNICK


Lighting Design NATASHA KATZ

Executive Producer ANNE QUART

Music Supervision and Arrangements by STEPHEN OREMUS

Choreographed by ROB ASHFORD


Physical Movement Coordinator LORENZO PISONI

Music Director FAITH SEETOO




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Savannah Lumar Collin Baja Preston Perez Dan Plehal Lauren Nicole Chapman Caroline Bowman Avelyn Lena Choi Norah Nunes Emma Origenes Nicholas Edwards Jeremy Davis Evan Duff Lauren Nicole Chapman Caroline Bowman Jeremy Davis Nicholas Edwards Preston Perez Collin Baja Evan Duff Dan Plehal Avelyn Lena Choi Savannah Lumar Norah Nunes Emma Origenes


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Renée Reid Brian Martin Kyle Lamar Mitchell Tony Neidenbach Katie Mariko Murray Michaela Marfori Adrianna Rose Lyons Dustin Layton Kristen Smith Davis Reese Britts
Alicia Albright Kate Bailey Brewer Michael Everett Jason Goldston Natalie Goodin Leigh-Ann Esty Zach Hess Michael Allan Haggerty Sarah Dearstyne Kate Bailey Alicia Albright
Kristen Smith Davis Reese Britts Brewer Leigh-Ann Esty Sarah Dearstyne Natalie Goodin Jason Goldston Michael Everett Zach Hess Michael Allan Haggerty Michaela Marfori Adrianna Rose Lyons Dustin Layton Kyle Lamar Mitchell Brian Martin Renée Reid Tony Neidenbach Katie Mariko Murray Nick Silverio Sammy Schechter Natalie Wisdom Daniel Switzer Naomi Rodgers

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(in order of appearance)

Young Anna (Tue., Thur., Sat. eve., Sun. mat.) NORAH NUNES

Young Anna (Wed., Fri., Sat. mat., Sun. eve.) EMMA ORIGENES

Young Elsa (Tue., Thur., Sat. eve., Sun. mat.) AVELYN LENA CHOI

Young Elsa (Wed., Fri., Sat. mat., Sun. eve.) SAVANNAH LUMAR

Queen Iduna ..................................................................................................... KATIE MARIKO MURRAY

King Agnarr........................................................................................................KYLE LAMAR MITCHELL

Head Handmaiden ....................................................................................................... NATALIE GOODIN

Pabbie .................................................................................................................................... BRIAN MARTIN





Weselton EVAN DUFF



Sven (Tue., Thur., Sat. eve., Sun. mat.) ......................................................................... COLLIN BAJA

Sven (Wed., Fri., Sat. mat., Sun. eve.) ............................................................................DAN PLEHAL

Olaf ........................................................................................................................................... JEREMY DAVIS

Oaken ...................................................................................................................................... JACK BREWER






Understudies never substitute for listed players unless a specific announcement for the appearance is made at the time of the performance.


Scan here for any updated cast replacement announcements for this performance.

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“Vuelie”* Company

“Let the Sun Shine On”

“A Little Bit of You”

Young Anna, Young Elsa, King, Queen, Townspeople

Young Elsa, Young Anna

“Hidden Folk” Queen, Pabbie, Young Elsa, King, Company

“Do You Want to Build a Snowman?”

Young Anna, Anna, Elsa

“For the First Time in Forever” Anna, Elsa, Townspeople

“Hans of the Southern Isles” Hans

“Queen Anointed” .................................................................................................................. Townspeople

“Dangerous to Dream” ............................................................................................... Elsa, Townspeople

“Love Is an Open Door” ........................................................................................................... Anna, Hans

“Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People” .......................................................................................Kristoff

“What Do You Know About Love?” Anna, Kristoff

“In Summer” Olaf

“Hans of the Southern Isles” (reprise) Hans, Weselton, Townspeople

“Let It Go” Elsa



“Hygge” Oaken, Kristoff, Anna, Olaf, Family & Friends

“I Can’t Lose You” Anna, Elsa “Fixer Upper” Bulda, Pabbie, Olaf, Hidden Folk “Kristoff Lullaby” ...Kristoff “Monster” Elsa, Hans, Men “Colder by the Minute” Anna, Kristoff, Elsa, Hans, Townspeople “Finale” ............................................................................................................................................... Company

* “Vuelie” written by Frode Fjellheim and Christophe Beck.


Please be aware that this production contains strobe light effects.


Music Director/Conductor— FAITH SEETOO; Associate Conductor— JOSH TATSUO CULLEN; Keyboard 1— JENNA MEE DOSCH; Keyboard 2/Assistant Conductor— FLINT HAWES; Drums/Percussion— JEFF MACPHERSON; Acoustic/Electric Bass— TYLER WILLIAMS; Flute/Piccolo/Clarinet/Alto Sax/Soprano Sax— DANE ANDERSEN; Oboe/English Horn/Flute/Clarinet/Tenor Sax— MIKE LIVINGSTON; Trumpet 1/Flugelhorn— TIM BURKE; Trumpet 2/Flugelhorn— PAUL BARON; French Horn— ALYSSA DALY (MAY 7 - 12); SARAH YOUNKER (MAY 14 - 18); Trombone— JIM GRAY.


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D isney Theatrical Group welcomes you to this performan ce.

With our partners at this theatre, we are committed to providing a welcoming spac e for everyone to share in the irreplaceable experience of live theate r.

Thank you for your participation in making touring Broadway a diverse and inclusive place, where everyone feels they belong, are respected and free from discrimination.



CAROLINE BOWMAN (Elsa). Broadway credits include Elphaba in Wicked and Nicola in Kinky Boots (opening and closing casts). She has been seen on tour around the world in Evita (Eva Perón, Helen Hayes Award nominee), Spamalot (Lady of the Lake), Grease (Rizzo), and Fame (Carmen). Favorite regional credits include Louise in Gypsy (Cape Playhouse), Eva Perón in Evita (Vancouver Opera), Natalie/Ed in All Shook Up (Muny), and Narrator in Joseph... (Toby’s, HH nom). Endless gratitude to Soffer/Namoff, Innovative Artists, Rachel Hoffman, and Telsey + Co.! Love always to Mom, Dad, Bobby and her handsome husband, Austin Colby. BFA Penn State University. God is good. For Meghan. Instagram: @carolinebowman5

LAUREN NICOLE CHAPMAN (Anna) is thrilled to be returning home to Arendelle! Lauren has been part of the Frozen family since the pre-Broadway development in 2017, through the Broadway shutdown in 2020, and is unspeakably honored to be here. Broadway and National Tours: Frozen (Standby for Anna), Kinky Boots (u/s Lauren). Favorite credits include: Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Legally Blonde (Serena), Barefoot in the Park (Corrie Bratter), Frozen 2 (Ensemble Vocals). Lauren sends her love and gratitude to A3 Artists, her dear friends, Mom, Cam, and Michael. For Dad always. Enjoy the show! @Laurennicolechapman

JEREMY DAVIS (Olaf) is beyond thrilled to share the stage with his wife, Kristen. He’s been a part of the Frozen family since the 2016 pre-Broadway workshop, and he is delighted to be giving out warm hugs. Broadway: Frozen, Cats (Skimbleshanks), Annie (Bert Healy), The Last Ship, South Pacific, Billy Elliot, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, 9 to 5, The People in the Picture, and Ghost. Actor’s Equity member since 1998. Endless gratitude to Mom, Dad, and Sarah.

NICHOLAS EDWARDS (Kristoff) is thrilled to be back in Arendelle! Broadway/Tour: & Juliet (OBC- Lord

Capulet/Sly, u/s Shakespeare & Lance), Frozen (u/s Kristoff & Pabbie), Les Misérables, Sister Act. Off-Broadway: Jamie in the critically acclaimed virtual Off-Broadway production of The Last 5 Years. Additionally, he starred as Jesus in Berkshire Theatre Group’s production of Godspell, the first musical performed in 2020 during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Thanks to Disney Theatricals, Rachel at Telsey & his amazing team at DGRW! @Nickedwardsnyc

PRESTON PEREZ (Hans). National Tour Debut! Broadway: A Beautiful Noise Off-Broadway: The Bandaged Place (Roundabout). Proud first-gen graduate of TXST MT ’22. Forever grateful to Kaitlin Hopkins, Telsey, Ben, Ashley, and the whole A&R team. All love to my mom, the fam, and my fiercely supportive community. For GC. @prestonperezz

COLLIN BAJA (Sven at certain performances). Broadway: Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus; Hello, Dolly!; Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark; Equus. Film: The Producers, Across the Universe. Television: “Tales of the City,” “Political Animals,” “Divorce,” “Key & Peele.” Training: The Juilliard School, The William Esper Studio. Collin is represented by Wilhelmina Models, and is also a certified professional life coach with a)plan coaching. You can find him directly at, @collinbaja

EVAN DUFF (Weselton) originally hails from Fishers, IN and is ecstatic to be joining this magical company making his National Tour Debut! Past Regional credits include: Becoming Nancy (Alliance Theatre), Diana (La Jolla Playhouse). Proud alum of Ball State University MT. Special thanks to Rachel Hoffman, my teachers, cast and crew, my family, and incredible friends.

IG: 3vanduff

DAN PLEHAL (Sven at certain performances) is a Chicago-based actor, acrobat, and director. Regional: The Doppelgänger (World Premier, Steppenwolf), Romeo & Juliet, Tempest, Midsummer, Comedy of Errors

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(Chicago Shakespeare), Steadfast Tin Soldier (Lookingglass), Love Actually: The Musical Parody (Right Angle Entertainment). Television: “Chicago Fire,” “Mysteries of Laura.” Movement Direction: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Steppenwolf), Thumbelina, A Wrinkle in Time, Urinetown, Titus Andronicus. So grateful to Mr. B and the Stewart Talent team.

AVELYN LENA CHOI (Young Elsa at certain performances) is honored to make her return to Frozen where she previously made her Broadway Tour debut as Young Anna! Theatre: Billy Elliot, Sound of Music (Paramount); The King and I, Murder on the Orient Express (Drury Lane). Endlessly grateful to her family, teachers, Gray Talent Group, Disney, and Telsey! @avelynlena

SAVANNAH LUMAR (Young Elsa at certain performances) is delighted to make her Broadway Tour debut in Frozen! Savannah is excited to be sharing one of her favorite stories with audiences. Theatre: The Sound of Music (Marta), School of Rock (AJ). Thank you to her family, God, DDO Artists, Telsey and coaches at Ovation for believing in her. Special thanks to Ragan Hughes for helping make her dreams come true! @savannah.lumar

NORAH NUNES (Young Anna at certain performances) is honored to return to Arendelle and reprise her role as Young Anna! Regional: The Sound of Music (Gretl). Forever grateful to Disney and Telsey for this opportunity; my team, Ally Taylor Artists & DDO, for their support and my family for their love. Let’s build a snowman! IG: @norahsingseverywhere

EMMA ORIGENES (Young Anna at certain performances) is excited to make her Broadway Tour debut in Frozen! Thank you, Disney and Telsey, for this amazing opportunity, as well as Paradigm, Molly & Nick, LUX, The Prep, Broadway Workshop, BKA, Impress Ballroom, KSA of Irish Dance, Ailey School, friends, family, and everyone in Jersey City for their support.


ALICIA ALBRIGHT (Swing). Alicia’s heart is so happy to be in Frozen again!

Broadway: Frozen (OBC), Wicked. Tours: Wicked, All Shook Up, A Chorus Line, Jesus Christ Superstar and more. Love to Eric and family. For my DAD!

KATE BAILEY (Ensemble) is thrilled to be back in Arendelle! Broadway/NYC: Beetlejuice (u/s Barbara/Delia), Frozen, A Chorus Line (Kristine). Tour: Something Rotten! (u/s Portia). Thanks to Talent House, the Frozen team, and my loves, Greg and Patsy.

JACK BREWER (Oaken, Bishop, Ensemble) is thrilled to be making his tour debut with his dream show!

Regional: Cinderella, Chicago, Camelot (Muny), and Buddy Foster in Side Show (WPPAC). Many thanks to Avalon, Telsey, his family, CCM sisters, and Quinn.

REESE BRITTS (Ensemble). National Tour Debut! Select Regional: Tootsie (Ogunquit Playhouse), Jersey Boys (Gateway Playhouse), Twelve Angry Men: A New Musical and Jelly’s Last Jam (Theater Latte Da). Immense gratitude to DGRW, the Frozen team, his family, and Ryan, always.

KRISTEN SMITH DAVIS (Ensemble). Broadway: Anastasia. National tours: South Pacific, Evita, White Christmas, Anastasia. Regional: Paper Mill, Goodspeed, Arena Stage, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Sacramento Music Circus. Film: Ted 2. Delighted to share the stage with her husband, Jeremy.

SARAH DEARSTYNE (Swing). Previous credits include Bandstand (1st National Tour), 42nd Street (Goodspeed), and Crazy For You (Asolo Rep). Many thanks to my family, friends, Telsey + Co, the Frozen team, and my wonderful husband Garrett. Dedicated to my nieces and nephews. @sarah.dearstyne

LEIGH-ANN ESTY (Ensemble) is thrilled to be a part of the Frozen family! Broadway: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel. National tours/Regional: An American in Paris (1st national, Drury Lane, Cape Playhouse). Film/TV: West Side Story, The Gilded Age, Fosse/Verdon, Maestro. Professional Companies: Miami City Ballet. Love to M, D, S, and LW+CO. @leighesty

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March 9 – June 30

Based on a story by Beatrix Potter

Created & directed by Ernie Nolan

April 6 – May 19

Music & lyrics by Robert Lopez & Kristen Anderson-Lopez Book Adapted by Lindsay Anderson

Directed & Choreographed by Ernie Nolan



MICHAEL EVERETT (Ensemble). Michael’s credits include: Disney’s Aladdin, Riverdance, High Button Shoes, and Sophisticated Ladies to name a few. He’d like to thank his family for their continued support and is so excited to be working with Disney again. @TheMichaelEverett

JASON GOLDSTON (Ensemble). Proud Baldwin Wallace University graduate. Previous credits: Jagged Little Pill (1st National Tour), Becoming Nancy (Alliance Theatre), A Chorus Line (City Springs Theatre). Huge thanks to Mom, Dad, Annette, Rachel, BWA, and Deb. @jason_goldston

NATALIE GOODIN (Head Handmaiden, Ensemble). National Tour debut! Regional: Dallas Theater Center, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Theatre Aspen. OUMT 2020. Huge thanks to Rikky Fishbein and Sean McKnight at The Hybrid Agency, Telsey, family, and friends! @natalie_goodin

MICHAEL ALLAN HAGGERTY (Swing). National Tour Debut. Regional: The Unsinkable Molly Brown (The Muny), Jersey Boys (North Shore Music Theatre). BFA Musical Theatre Boston Conservatory. LaGuardia High School Dance Alumni. Thanks to Hudson Artists, friends and family! @mike_a_haggerty

ZACH HESS (Ensemble) is grateful to be rejoining the ranks of Frozen. OBC: Jagged Little Pill (swing, u/s Steve), Frozen (Pabbie, u/s Hans). OG National Tour: Jagged Little Pill (ensemble, u/s Steve). National Tour: Book of Mormon (standby Elder Price), Cats (Munkustrap). Love to friends and family. IG @zachess90

DUSTIN LAYTON (Swing, Dance Captain, Fight Captain). Broadway: King Kong, Anastasia, An American in Paris and The Phantom of the Opera. Other: assistant choreographer, An American in Paris (West End, Tokyo, international tour), Phantom national tour. Proud member AEA. @dustinklayton. Make someone smile today.

ADRIANNA ROSE LYONS (Ensemble). Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Pasadena Playhouse); Rock of Ages (Las Vegas); Million Dollar Quartet (tour and

Norwegian Cruise Lines); Hair, Spamalot, Mamma Mia! (Hollywood Bowl); 42nd Street (3D Theatricals); Cabaret, American Idiot (La Mirada Theater). Insta/Tw: @adrianna___rose

MICHAELA MARFORI (Ensemble). National Tour debut! Broadway: West Side Story. TV/Film: “The 76th Annual Tony Awards,” “Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade.” Additional credits: Eurydice (The Metropolitan Opera), Holidays in Hollywood (Disney’s Hollywood Studios). Special thanks to Bloc, Telsey, and family/friends! @michaela_marfori

BRIAN MARTIN (Pabbie, Ensemble). Broadway: Some Like It Hot (OBC), Mrs. Doubtfire (OBC). National Tour: Bullets Over Broadway, Beauty and the Beast. BFA Western Michigan University. Thank you forever to my family, friends, Said, agents, and The Telsey Office for the endless support. For Jimmy! @btmartz

KYLE LAMAR MITCHELL (King Agnarr, Ensemble). Broadway: The Lion King. A graduate of Yale University, favorite productions include A Chorus Line, The Wiz, and Parade. Endless love to his friends, family, and his superhuman Mom! @kyle_ley_lah

KATIE MARIKO MURRAY (Queen Iduna, Ensemble). National tour debut!! Select regional: Signature Theatre: Into the Woods (Cinderella, Helen Hayes nominee), Rent (Maureen), Sweeney Todd (Johanna); Arena Stage: Ride the Cyclone (Jane Doe). Huge thanks to DGRW. BFA Penn State. @ktpotaty

TONY NEIDENBACH (Swing). Tony is thrilled to continue his journey in Arendelle! Broadway: Disney’s Frozen; Tour: RTC’s Anything Goes, Something Rotten!, Disney’s Freaky Friday; 65th and 70th Tony Awards. Thank you Disney, CESD, W50, EDMN, & the Fam. @ToeToe_A_gogo

RENÉE REID (Bulda, Ensemble) is excited to be in the Frozen Cast! She made her Broadway debut in Mrs. Doubtfire. National/International Tours: Hairspray, Dreamgirls. She’s grateful to God, her family, Brian Herrick at The Hell’s Kitchen Agency, Dottridge Talent Management, and Telsey Casting! @renee.reid

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NAOMI RODGERS (Ensemble). just finished the 1st National Tour of Tina: TheTina Turner Musical, where she played “Tina Turner.” Thank you to @danielhoffagency and to The Telsey Office for continuing to believe in her throughout all these years. Jeremiah 29:11

SAMMY SCHECHTER (Swing). National Tour debut! Regional: A Chorus Line (Swing) at Cincinnati Playhouse, 42nd Street (Billy) at MTW, All Shook Up (Teen Ensemble) at The Muny. Thanks to his family, Telsey, CCM, The Collective, and LINK. Dedicated to his sister, Ariela. @sammyschechter

NICK SILVERIO (Ensemble). Graduate of Elite Academy of Dance and UPenn’s Wharton School. Co-Founder: Television: “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Westworld,” “SNL,” “Girls5Eva.” Theater: Elf (National Tour, MSG), Billy Elliot (Older Billy/Dance Captain - Goodspeed), La Cage Aux Folles (Riverside, Pioneer, Goodspeed). @nicksilverioo

DANIEL SWITZER (Ensemble). Broadway & Nat’l Tour: Mean Girls, Wicked (u/s Boq), Newsies (Race, u/s Davey), Cats (Mungo). Film: Newsies Live on Disney+. Graduate of Rockford University. Daniel loves warm hugs and his family! @DanyoSwitzer

NATALIE WISDOM (Swing, Assistant Dance Captain). Broadway: Groundhog Day, Billy Elliot. Tours: Matilda (u/s Miss Honey, Mrs. Wormwood), Billy Elliot (Dance Captain). BFA: Webster Conservatory. Warm hugs to Mom, Dad, and Zach. Huge thanks to Kent, Stef, and Ashley. IG: @natwisdom

KRISTEN ANDERSON-LOPEZ (Music and Lyrics). Co-writer of Frozen, co-creator/writer of In Transit (Broadway’s first a cappella musical). Regional: Frozen (Denver Center); Up Here (La Jolla Playhouse); Finding Nemo: The Musical (Disney World, running since 2006). Film: Frozen 2, Pixar’s Coco (Oscar® win, Best Original Song “Remember Me”), Frozen (Oscar and Grammy® Award wins, “Let It Go”), Winnie the Pooh. TV: Marvel’s WandaVision (Emmy Award win), Hulu original series Up Here, and songs for the 87th Academy Awards® (Emmy® nomination), “The Comedians” (Emmy

nomination), “The Wonder Pets.” 2014 recipient (and proud board member) of Lilly Awards. Williams College grad, BMI Workshop, Dramatists Guild Council. She lives in Brooklyn with husband Robert Lopez and their two daughters.

ROBERT LOPEZ (Music and Lyrics). Co-writer of Frozen, co-creator/writer of The Book of Mormon (9 Tony® Awards), co-creator/songwriter of Avenue Q (3 Tony Awards). Regional: Frozen (Denver Center), Up Here (La Jolla Playhouse), 1001 Nights (Atlantic Theatre). Film: Frozen 2, Pixar’s Coco (Oscar® nomination, Best Original Song “Remember Me”), Frozen (Oscar and Grammy® Award wins, “Let It Go”). TV: Marvel’s WandaVision (Emmy Award win), Hulu original series Up Here, and songs for the 87th Academy Awards®, “The Simpsons,” “South Park,” “Scrubs,” “The Wonder Pets.” One of only fifteen artists to win Emmy®, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Awards (EGOT). Yale University grad, BMI Workshop, Dramatists Guild Council. He lives in Brooklyn with wife and collaborator Kristen Anderson-Lopez and their two daughters.

JENNIFER LEE (Book) is the Academy Award®-winning writer of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen and the #1 animated film of all time, Frozen 2, both of which she directed with Chris Buck. For her work on Frozen, Lee received numerous awards, including a Golden Globe, a Critics Choice Award, a BAFTA Award, and an Academy Award. Lee is Disney Animation’s chief creative officer, overseeing all feature length, short form, and streaming content created at the Studio including the films Encanto, Raya and the Last Dragon, and the 2023 feature Wish (for which she is also one of the writers). Her Disney Animation career began as co-writer of the Oscar®-nominated Wreck-It Ralph MICHAEL GRANDAGE (Director) is the recipient of Tony®, Olivier, Drama Desk, Evening Standard, British Critics’ Circle and South Bank awards. His Olivier Award-winning musicals include Merrily We Roll Along, Grand Hotel, and Guys and Dolls. Grandage received a Tony Award for Best Direction for Red and Tony nominations for Frost/Nixon and The Cripple of Inishmaan. Grandage

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served as Artistic Director of London’s Donmar Warehouse for ten acclaimed seasons before establishing the Michael Grandage Company (MGC) in 2012. As Artistic Director of MGC, he directed Photograph 51, Henry V, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Peter and Alice, and the feature film Genius Instagram @michaelgrandage

ROB ASHFORD (Choreographer) is a Tony®, Olivier, Emmy®, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle award-winning director/choreographer. NYC: Macbeth (Park Ave Armory); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Evita (Tony nom.); How to Succeed… (Tony noms., direction, choreography); Promises, Promises (Tony nom.); Cry-Baby (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Astaire Award, Tony nom.); Curtains (Tony nom.); The Wedding Singer (Tony nom.); Thoroughly Modern Millie (Tony Award, Best Choreography). London: Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company: The Winter’s Tale (Olivier nom., direction), Romeo and Juliet, The Entertainer; Donmar: Anna Christie (Olivier Award), A Streetcar Named Desire (Olivier nom.), Parade (Olivier noms., direction, choreography). Television: “The Sound of Music Live!” (DGA, Emmy noms.); “Peter Pan Live!” (DGA nom.).

CHRISTOPHER ORAM (Scenic and Costume Design) is the recipient of Tony®, Olivier, Drama Desk, Evening Standard, Critics Circle, Garland, and Ovation awards. His work on Broadway includes Hughie (Booth), Wolf Hall Parts 1 & 2 (Winter Garden), The Cripple of Inishmaan (Cort), Evita (Marquis), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Richard Rodgers). Additional work includes Red (Golden), Hamlet with Jude Law (Broadhurst), Frost/Nixon (Jacobs), Macbeth (Park Avenue Armory), King Lear (BAM) and Billy Budd (BAM). Instagram @christopheroram

NATASHA KATZ (Lighting Design) has designed extensively for theater, opera, dance, concerts, and permanent lighting installations around the world. She is a six-time Tony Award® winner whose recent Broadway credits include Springsteen on Broadway; the recent revival of Hello, Dolly!; Cats; Long Day’s

Journey Into Night; School of Rock; An American in Paris; Aladdin; Skylight; The Glass Menagerie; Once; The Coast of Utopia: Salvage; Aida; and Beauty and the Beast

PETER HYLENSKI (Sound Design). Grammy®, Olivier, seven-time Tony®nominated. Selected designs include Anastasia; Something Rotten!; Rock of Ages; After Midnight; Motown; The Scottsboro Boys; Side Show; Rocky; Bullets Over Broadway; Shrek; On a Clear Day…; Lend Me a Tenor; Elf; Wonderland; Cry-Baby; The Times They Are A-Changin’; The Wedding Singer; Sweet Charity; Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me; Little Women; Brooklyn Other credits: Le Rêve at Wynn Las Vegas, Ragtime (London), Rocky Das Musical, King Kong

FINN ROSS (Video Design) has won two Olivier Awards, a Tony®, three Drama Desk, and OCC awards. Recent work: Les Misérables (West End); Mean Girls (Broadway); Frozen (Broadway and tour); Bat out of Hell (West End); Tempest (RSC); Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Broadway/ West End); American Psycho (Broadway/Almeida); Betrayal (Broadway); Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (Royal Opera House); Chimerica (Almeida/West End); Death of Klinghoffer; Damnation of Faust; Magic Flute (ENO); Master and Margarita (Complicité); A Dog’s Heart (DNO).

MICHAEL CURRY (Puppet Design). Michael’s approach is unique, as he chooses to design and fabricate with a longterm team in his Oregon studio. The scenic designs, puppetry, and performance effects from Michael Curry Design have been the cornerstone of shows for the past 30 years. Michael is best known for his work with The Lion King on Broadway, multiple Olympic opening ceremonies, Met Opera, Cirque du Soleil, and other worldwide spectacles.

DAVID BRIAN BROWN (Hair Design). Broadway highlights: Moulin Rouge!; Come From Away (Canada, London, Australia); Dear Evan Hansen; War Paint (Drama Desk Award); She Loves Me (Drama Desk nomination); Curious Incident…; Gigi; The Bridges of Madison County; Macbeth; Death of a Salesman;

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Follies; Sister Act; A Steady Rain; Shrek; The Little Mermaid; Legally Blonde; Spamalot; Tarzan; Nine; Gypsy; Sweet Smell of Success; Aida; The Iceman Cometh; Chicago; Side Show; Steel Pier Film: Angels in America (Emmy®nominated); Too Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar.

ANNE FORD-COATES (Makeup Design). Broadway: hair & makeup design for Oklahoma!; The Nap; makeup design for A Bronx Tale; On Your Feet!; Disaster!; On The Twentieth Century; It Shoulda Been You. Hundreds of designs for opera companies internationally including ten seasons with Washington National Opera and Glimmerglass Festival. Recent favorites include Wagner’s Ring Cycle (Kennedy Center); The Wolves (Lincoln Center); The Music Man (Royal Opera House Muscat, Oman).

JEREMY CHERNICK (Special Effects Design) has worked on over 50 productions on Broadway, including Disney’s Aladdin. Recent credits include: West Side Story; King Lear; Beetlejuice; Oklahoma!; and Hadestown In London’s West End, Jeremy designed Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and Let the Right One In. Jeremy’s work on spectacles spans the globe, as well as among prominent performing and visual arts institutions like the Museum of Art & Design in New York. In 2018 Jeremy was an Emmy Award® honoree for his work on NBC’s “Jesus Christ Superstar Live.” Jeremy serves as head designer for J&M Special Effects in Brooklyn.

STEPHEN OREMUS (Music Supervision and Arrangements). Broadway: Kinky Boots (2013 Tony Award® for Best Orchestrations and 2013 Grammy® Award), The Book of Mormon (2011 Tony and Drama Desk Awards for Best Orchestrations and 2012 Grammy Award). Music supervisor, arranger and/or orchestrator of Broadway productions of Wicked, Avenue Q, All Shook Up, and 9 to 5. Other: music director of the 87th Academy Awards®; “The Wiz Live!” on NBC; “Rent Live” on FOX; conductor/contributing arranger for the films Frozen and Frozen 2

DAVE METZGER (Orchestrations) was nominated for Tony® and Drama Desk Awards for orchestrating the Broadway

version of The Lion King. Perhaps best known for his work in film, he has arranged and orchestrated over 70 movies, including Frozen (1 and 2), Moana, Tarzan, The Avengers, How to Train Your Dragon (1 and 2), The Lion King (2019), and Wreck-It Ralph (1 and 2).

MICHAEL KELLER & MICHAEL AARONS (Music Coordinators). Broadway: Be More Chill, Pretty Woman, Frozen, Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton. Upcoming Broadway: Moulin Rouge!, Jagged Little Pill, Magic Mike. Tours: Hamilton (Chicago, national tours), Anastasia, Dear Evan Hansen

DAVID CHASE (Additional Dance Arranger). 34 Broadway productions as dance arranger, music director, and/or music supervisor. Recent: dance music for Carousel; Frozen; Anastasia; and Hello, Dolly! Also: London’s West End, Lyric Opera of Chicago. Many vocal and instrumental arrangements for the Boston Pops (including “The Twelve Days of Christmas”), the Kennedy Center Honors, Radio City Music Hall, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” Choral works published by Schirmer. Two Emmy® nominations for music direction for NBC Live! musicals, plus a Grammy® nomination.

FAITH SEETOO (Music Director). Frozen is Faith’s fourth Disney production, and she’s thrilled to be with this wonderful company. National tours: Aladdin; Newsies; The Lion King; The Phantom of the Opera; Miss Saigon; Mamma Mia!; A Christmas Story; A Chorus Line; Sunset Boulevard (Petula Clark); Titanic; Bombay Dreams Regional highlights: Into the Woods; Oklahoma!; Once on This Island; Guys and Dolls; On the Town. For Kurchta, who knew it all along. Love to Piggy, my family, and my friends.

CHRISTOPH BUSKIES (KeyComp Programming). Christoph’s revolutionary music system KeyComp has been successfully implemented worldwide in The Lion King, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Sister Act and Frozen. KeyComp generates the best live sound in modern musicals. More information available through

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With 30+ performance and visual arts opportunities designed to develop each student’s God-given talents, our supportive faculty has experience in both education and performance, providing a unique and valuable opportunity to learn in the classroom and on the stage. With over 44,000 square feet of indoor activities, the cold (and hot summer sun) never bothered us either!

KRISTIN STEWART (Assistant Stage Manager). Broadway: Frozen, Aladdin, Deaf West’s Spring Awakening. National and International Tours: Beauty and the Beast, Elf, Shrek, Young Frankenstein, Wizard of Oz, Hairspray, Wonderful Town, Stand By Your Man, Full Monty BFA Music Theatre, Illinois Wesleyan.

NEURO TOUR (Physical Therapy). Carolyn Lawson PT, founder and CEO. NT is the leader in performing arts and entertainment medicine. We are honored to be part of this touring production of Frozen.

DISNEY THEATRICAL GROUP (DTG), a division of The Walt Disney Studios, was formed in 1994 and operates under the direction of Andrew Flatt, Anne Quart and Thomas Schumacher. Worldwide, its ten Broadway titles have been seen by more than 200 million theatregoers and have been nominated for 62 Tony® Awards, winning Broadway’s highest honor 20 times. The company’s inaugural production, Beauty and the Beast, opened in 1994, playing a remarkable 13-year run on Broadway and produced in replica productions around the world over four decades. In November 1997, Disney made theatrical history with the opening of The Lion King, which received six 1998 Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Director, Julie Taymor, who became the first woman in Broadway history to the win the award. Surpassing 25 landmark years on Broadway, it has welcomed 112 million visitors worldwide to date and has nine productions currently running worldwide. The Lion King has played over 100 cities in 24 countries on every continent except Antarctica and its worldwide gross exceeds that of any film, Broadway show or entertainment title in box office history. Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida opened on Broadway next, winning four 2000 Tony Awards. It was followed by Mary Poppins, a co-production with Cameron Mackintosh, which opened in London in 2004 and went on to enjoy a six-year Tony-winning Broadway run. Tarzan, Tony-nominated for its 2006 Broadway premiere, went on to become an

international hit with an award-winning production enjoying a ten-year run in Germany. In January 2008, The Little Mermaid opened on Broadway and was the best-selling new musical of that year. Disney Theatrical Group opened two critically acclaimed productions on Broadway in 2012, winning seven Tony Awards between them: Peter and the Starcatcher and Newsies, each of which enjoyed a two-year run and launched North American tours, with Newsies playing a record-breaking Fathom Events in-cinema release. Aladdin, Disney Theatrical Group’s 2014 hit, continues its smash Broadway run. It has launched nine productions around the globe and been seen by more than 17 million guests. Disney Theatrical Group’s newest hit, the 2018 Tony-nominated Best Musical Frozen currently has four productions around the world. Other stage ventures include the Olivier-nominated London hit Shakespeare in Love, stage productions of Disney’s High School Musical, Der Glöckner Von Notre Dame in Berlin and King David in concert on Broadway. Disney Theatrical Group has collaborated with the nation’s preeminent theatres to develop new stage musicals including The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Freaky Friday and Hercules. As a part of the recent acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Disney Theatrical Group also heads the Buena Vista Theatrical banner, which licenses Fox titles for stage adaptations including Anastasia, Moulin Rouge! The Musical and Mrs. Doubtfire. With dozens of productions currently produced or licensed, a Disney musical is being performed professionally somewhere on the planet virtually every hour of the day. Next on the Disney Theatrical schedule: the world-premiere of Hercules in Hamburg, Germany and the North American tour of a reimagined production of Beauty and The Beast in 2025.

ADRIAN SARPLE (Associate Director). Les Misérables Japan, London, Brazil, Broadway, 25th anniversary concert. Mary Poppins Stuttgart, first and second U.K. tours, Vienna, Australia. London: The Railway Children, Stephen Ward, Betty Blue Eyes. Phantom 25th anniversary production, U.K. Film: Les Misérables, ensemble second assistant director.

SARAH O’GLEBY (Associate Choreographer). Credits include Annie Get Your Gun (Bay Street), High Button Shoes (Encores!, City Center), Kennedy Center Honors (CBS), Mythic (directed and choreographed, London), The Wanderer (upcoming, Paper Mill Playhouse), Frozen Broadway and tour (associate), ChickFlick The Musical (Off-Broadway). Sarah is choreographer for “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and “SNL” (NBC).

CHARLIE WILLIAMS (Associate Choreographer). Broadway: Memphis, How to Succeed..., Miss Saigon, and The Cher Show. Also: The Academy Awards®, Tony® Awards, Emmy® Awards, Kennedy Center Honors, Ted 2, Million Ways to Die…, NY Fashion Week. @iamcharliewilliams

THE TELSEY OFFICE (Casting). With 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.

AURORA PRODUCTIONS (Production Management). A Beautiful Noise; A Sign of the Times; Back To The Future; The Book of Mormon; Doubt; Frozen (Germany, London, Japan, North American Tour); Hadestown (Tour); Merrily We Roll Along; Patriots; The Kite Runner (Tour). Aurora has been providing technical supervision and production management to the entertainment industry since 1989.

CLIFFORD SCHWARTZ (Senior Production Supervisor) has been part of the Disney Theatrical family since 1999. Disney credits include the Broadway and multiple international productions of Frozen, Aladdin, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Elton John

and Tim Rice’s Aida, Tarzan, The Little Mermaid, and Peter and the Starcatcher Additional Broadway credits include Grease! (1994), Chicago (1996), Big The Musical, Guys and Dolls (1992), Lend Me a Tenor (1990), Assassins (1991), and Moose Murders (1983).

LISA DAWN CAVE (Production Supervisor). Broadway: Frozen; Shuffle Along; Fun Home; Rocky Broadway; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Bring It On; West Side Story; Come Fly Away; The Color Purple; The Caine Mutiny Court Martial; The Woman in White; Julius Caesar; Caroline, or Change; Hollywood Arms; Into the Woods; Parade; Smokey Joe’s Café; Showboat. Namaste!

PAIGE GRANT (Production Stage Manager). National Tours: Hadestown (1st National Tour), The Book of Mormon (Jumamosi Company), Jersey Boys (1st National Tour), War Horse, The King and I (LCT Production), Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella (1st National Tour). BFA: Cincinnati CollegeConservatory of Music.

PATRICIA L. GRABB (Stage Manager). Broadway: The Cripple of Inishmaan Film: Newsies. Tours: Anastasia; Newsies; A Christmas Story; Mary Poppins; We Will Rock You; Young Frankenstein; 101 Dalmatians; Jesus Christ Superstar; Evita; Cats; Miss Saigon; Swing! (Japan). Regional: Here Lies Love (Seattle Rep). BFA Stage Management, Penn State University.

BRAE SINGLETON (Assistant Stage Manager). Broadway: Allegiance, The Cripple of Inishmaan. Tour: Aladdin; Something Rotten!; Newsies; A Christmas Story. Off-Broadway: The Ruins of Civilization, Tales from Red Vienna (MTC). Regional: Romeo and Juliet, Private Lives (Hartford Stage), Crowns (The Goodman). BFA in Stage Management from The Theatre School at DePaul University.

CATHY HWANG (Assistant Stage Manager). Broadway: KPOP, Thoughts of a Colored Man. Tour: Moulin Rouge! The Musical (1st National). Regional: Thoughts of a Colored Man, King of the Yees (Baltimore Center Stage); Pamplona, Father Comes Home from the Wars, The Wolves, Yasmina’s Necklace (Goodman Theatre).

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Building theatre programs that transcend cultural barriers with Disney and TPAC

Disney Musicals in Schools at Wright Middle School. Photo by MA2LA.

In south Nashville, a transformative after-school theatre program is celebrating cultural richness and providing a platform for diverse students to shine with help from a certain magical genie.

Wright Middle School and its production of Disney’s Aladdin JR. Dual Language Edition is one of four schools participating this year in Disney Musicals in Schools, a national program from Disney Theatrical Group administered locally by Tennessee Performing Arts Center® in partnership with Metro Nashville Public Schools.

But by incorporating both English and Spanish, the school’s production is an evolution of the program in which schools can combine the challenge of live performance, the diversity of its students, and the universal appeal of Disney to make linguistic diversity a cornerstone of the performance and expand participation.

“Our students are proud to showcase their native language and show others what it’s like to learn a second language,” says Josh Binkley, Wright Middle School’s Drama Director. “It’s a teaching moment for all of us. It has created empathy across the group for those who might otherwise have never felt understood.”

For many of these students, theatre provides a safe space where they can express themselves more freely, explore new channels of creativity, and discover their voices.

Brinkley leads the student productions but attributes the success of the program to his students and an expansive team of creative partners.

“We have high expectations, but it’s not just about putting on a show. It’s about fostering a sense of belonging, camaraderie, and personal growth among our students,” he says. “And it takes all of us.”

One of the things that sets the Disney Musicals in Schools program apart is the profound effect it has on the students outside rehearsals and beyond the stage. With their involvement, these young performers also forge friendships that transcend cultural barriers and create a welcoming environment where each student’s uniqueness is celebrated.

“The show is magical. What we do on and off the stage is life changing,” said Derreck, an 8th grade student performing as the Genie in the production. “We put a lot of work into the performances, and in the end, we always come together and have so much fun! And that’s what it’s all about.”

TPAC and Metro Schools piloted Disney Musicals in Schools more than a decade ago, and TPAC has pioneered advancements over the years, including an expansion into rural counties, with help from its donors and corporate partners.

“Mis padres están muy emocionados y orgullosos que estoy representando mi cultura en el escenario.”

“My parents are very excited and proud that I am representing my culture on stage.”

Since the launch of the program, TPAC has worked in more than 60 Metro schools to create or shape theatre programs for more than 10,000 students and 430 teachers. Together, they have produced more than 500 performances.

– Cristina, 5th Grade

Each year, TPAC’s Disney Musicals in Schools program culminates in the spring with the Student Share Celebration in which students from each participating school perform a song from their production on a TPAC stage. For more information, visit TPAC.ORG/DisneyMusicals.

Disney Musicals in Schools at Wright Middle School. Photo by MA2LA.


Opening Night - May 8, 2024




Executive Producer ............................. Anne Quart

Senior Production Supervisor...... Clifford Schwartz

Sr. Production Supervisor Kathleen E. Purvis

Production Supervisor Lisa Dawn Cave

General Manager Randy Meyer

Associate General Manager Kerry McGrath

Associate Director Adrian Sarple

Associate Choreographers ......Sarah O’Gleby, Charlie Williams

Physical Movement Coordinator ...... Lorenzo Pisoni

Associate Music Supervisor ...... Annbritt duChateau

Associate Scenic Designer .........Frank McCullough

Associate Costume Designer ...............David Kaley

Global Fabrics Manager ......................Sam Brooks

Associate Lighting Designer Anthony Pearson

Moving Light Programmer Sean Beach

Associate SFX Designer Ben Hagen

Associate Sound Designer Justin Stasiw

Associate Production Supervisor ...... Charles Underhill

Sr. Manager, Production ............. Elizabeth Boulger

Sr. Manager, Creative Production ........ Hunter Chancellor Coordinator, Production ................ Jenna Ng Lowry




Assistant Company Manager ...............James Neal

Production Stage Manager ................ Paige Grant

Stage Manager ........................... Patricia L. Grabb

Assistant Stage Manager ................ Brae Singleton

Assistant Stage Manager ................. Cathy Hwang

Assistant Stage Manager ............... Kristin Stewart

Assistant Director ............................ Dustin Layton

Dance Captain Dustin Layton

Assistant Dance Captain Natalie Wisdom

Fight Captain Dustin Layton

Resident Puppet Trainer Brae Singleton

Head Carpenter LaVoid McKibbin

Assistant Carpenter Automation ............. Greg Pott

Assistant Carpenter Deck ............. Leslie Bindeman

Assistant Carpenter Flyperson ....... Leon Lobsinger

Advance Carpenter ...................... Tom Bertino, Jr.

Advance Carpenter .........................Randy DeBoer

Advance Carpenter ...........................Adam Gentry

Advance Carpenter Chris Weber

Head Electrician Matt Rocha

Assistant Electrician Deck Heather Layman

Assistant Electrician Head Spot........ Emily Stamm Kloos

Assistant Electrician .............................. Adam Bell

Advance Electrician ............................ Jayne Walsh

Head Sound Ian Loftis

Assistant Sound ............................... Jake Delgado

Head Props .......................................... Tanya Rist

Assistant Props ................................ Laura Choate

Crew Swing ..................................... Aaron Heeter

Wardrobe Supervisor ...................... Meredith Scott

Assistant Wardrobe Supervisor ......... Katherine Kraus

Key Dresser/Puppet Supervisor Sue McLaughlin

Advance Wardrobe Tiffany Owle Jahnke

Hair & Makeup Supervisor Suzanne Storey

Assistant Hair & Makeup Supervisor Angela Hooper

Assistant Hair & Makeup........Rudy Daniel Guerrero

Tutor/Child Guardian ................... Rachel Winograd

Physical Therapist .................... Samantha Harmon

Production Housing ...............................Tourwerks

Production Carpenter ........................... Paul Wimmer

Co-Production Electricians Randy Zaibek, James Fedigan

Production Video Engineer Asher Robinson

Co-Production Sound Engineers Simon Matthews, Phil Lojo

Production Props Supervisor Pete Sarafin

Video Programmers Jonathon Lyle, Zach Peletz

Video Animators...... Robert Figueria, Norvydas Genys

Assistant Lighting Designer.................. Timothy Reed

Moving Light Programmer for Relaunch ..... Alex Fogel

Assistant Sound Designer ..................... Cassy Givens

Dance & Direction Supervisor for Relaunch ......Ashley Elizabeth Hale

Music Coordinators ..... Michael Keller, Michael Aarons

Music Preparation Anixter Rice Music Services

KeyComp Programming Christoph Buskies

Music Technology Supervisor Hugh Sweeney

QLab Programmer Taylor Williams

Assistant Costume Designer Heather Neil 2nd Assistant Costume Designer ..... Matthew C. Hampton

Costume Assistants ... Holly McCaffrey, Kristen Mendez, Laura Wilson

Associate Hair Designer ........................ Tyrel Martori

Associate Makeup Designer..................... Ali Pohanka

Scenic Assistants...... Gaetane Bertol, Tijana Bjelajac, Orit Carroll, Stephen Davan, Jeffrey Hinchee, Tim Mackabee, Hilary Noxon, Joanie Schlafer, Seung Kyu Shin

Production Assistants Adam Barnes, Thom Carroll, Aaron Marquise, Eric Nolan Mattingly, Cynthia Meng, Bennett Plowman, Carolyn Reich, Alex Tunison

Children’s Tutoring.................. On Location Education

Physical Therapy .....Neuro Tour Physical Therapy, Inc.



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Advertising ............................... Serino Coyne, Inc.

Production Photography ...... Deen Van Meer, Matthew Murphy Payroll ...... Cathy Guerra, Marie Caringal, Calvin Gin Director, Financial Accounting Patrick Matarazzo Manager, Financial Accounting.... Jordan Loyo Corporate Immigration Counsel Michael Rosenfeld, Fabricio Lopez, Karen Bailey Corporate Music Counsel Donna Cole-Brulé Risk Management .... Johan Kangas, Hank Funderburk


Scenery by PRG Scenic Technologies, a division of PRG Broadway, L.L.C., New Windsor, NY; F&D Scene Changes, Ltd.; Proof Productions, Inc.; Showmotion, Inc.; Daedalus Design and Production, Inc.; and Orion RED. Lighting equipment by PRG Lighting; and HDL L.L.C. Video Content Production by Fray Studios, Ltd. Video Equipment provided by Worldstage Operations, Inc.; and Sound Associates, Inc. Automation by PRG Scenic Technologies. Props by Behind the Mule Studio; Prop & Paint Creative Studio, LLC; and Paper Mache Monkey, LLC. Puppets by Michael Curry Design, Inc. Sound equipment by Masque Sound. Special Effects equipment provided by J&M Special Effects; and Christie Lites Broadway. Costumes and Beading by Eric Winterling, Inc.; Parsons-Meares, Ltd.; John Kristiansen New York, Inc.; Arel Studio, Inc.; Scafati Theatrical Tailors; Jennifer Love Costumes, Inc.; and Bethany Joy Costumes. Millinery by Arnold S. Levine, Inc. Specialty Costume Crafts by Hat Rabbit Studio, LLC; Miodrag Guberinic; Penn & Fletcher; and Vogue Too. Custom knitwear by Mary Pat Klein and Stoll America. Fabric Painting by Jeff Fender Studio. Wigs by Independent Wig Co.; Wigmaker Associates, LLC; and Ray Marston Wig Studio, Ltd. Shoes by LaDuca Productions; and Jitterbug Boy Original Footwear. Special thanks to Bra*Tenders for undergarments and hosiery. Special thanks to Candace Hemphill. Drum equipment provided by Pearl Drums; Zildjian Cymbals; Aquarian Drumheads; Los Cabos Drumsticks; and Big Bang Distribution. Technical support and equipment provided by Presidio. Trucking provided by Clark Transfer, Inc.

Makeup provided by

Frozen originally premiered with the Denver Center for the Performing Arts at the Buell Theatre.

Frozen rehearsed at the New 42nd Street Studios®.


Instagram @FrozenBroadway


TikTok @DisneyOnBroadway

This production is produced in collaboration with our professional, union-represented employees.

The actors and stage managers employed in this production are members of Actors’ Equity Association, The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

The Stagehands, Wardrobe, Makeup and Hair employees in this production are represented by the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.

United Scenic Artists • Local USA 829 of the I.A.T.S.E. represents the Designers & Scenic Artists for the American Theatre.

The Musicians, Conductors, Music Preparation Personnel and Librarians employed in this production are members of the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada.

Press Agents and Company Managers employed in this production are represented by the Association ess Agents & Managers.

This production is produced by a member of The Broadway League in collaboration with our professional union-represented employees.

The Director and Choreographer are members of the STAGE DIRECTORS AND CHOREOGRAPHERS SOCIETY, a national theatrical labor union.

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under the direction of

Andrew Flatt

Managing Director Thomas Schumacher


Chief Creative Officer

VP, Creative Development ............... Ben Famiglietti

Director, Technical Production .......... Dave Churchill

General Manager ............................... Myriah Bash

General Manager .............................. Randy Meyer

General Manager Thomas Schlenk

Sr Production Supervisor Clifford Schwartz

Sr. Production Supervisor Kathleen E. Purvis

Production Supervisor Lisa Dawn Cave

Production Supervisor Holly Coombs

Production Supervisor ....................... Jason Trubitt

Associate General Manager ...... Carly DiFulvio Allen

Associate General Manager ............ Michael Height

Associate General Manager .......... Margie McGlone

Associate General Manager .............Kerry McGrath

Sr Manager, Creative Development Caley Beretta

Sr Manager, Production Elizabeth Boulger

Sr Manager, Creative Production Hunter Chancellor

Manager, Production Operations

James Garner Manager, Production Christina Huschle


VP, Marketing, Publicity, Sales & Education .......Angelo Desimini

VP, Sales & Analytics ........................... Nick Falzon

Director, Worldwide Publicity & Communications..........................Michael Cohen

Director, Marketing Lauren Daghini

Director, Education & Audience Engagement Lisa Mitchell

Director, Sales & Ticketing

Lauren Rutlin

Sr Manager, Creative Services Eric Emch

Sr Manager Global Sales .............Nicholas Faranda

Sr Manager, Integrated Planning .........Greg Josken

Sr Manager, Education, Access & Inclusion ........................ Sarah Kenny

Sr Manager, Digital Marketing .............. Peter Tulba Manager, Publicity & Communications .... Gregory Boilard Manager, Social Media

Alfredo D’Uva Manager, Video Content

Brandon Fake Manager, Yield Management Mark Shultz

Manager, Executive Operations

Michael Ulreich

Manager, Group Sales Heather West

Asst. Manager, DTG Marketing........ Meagan DiPolo

Asst. Manager, Ticketing Operations .... Nicholas Leonard

Asst. Manager, Marketing ...................Bryce Payne

Production Designer .....................Dana Saragnese

Production Designer ....................... Erica Scalogna


VP, Domestic Touring & Regional Engagements Jack Eldon

Director, Domestic Touring

Michael Buchanan

Director, Regional Engagements Scott A Hemerling

Director, Regional Engagements ............ Kelli Palan

Manager, Domestic Touring .............. Caitlin Mullins

Manager, Domestic Touring Operations ..... Christopher Nunez

Anne Quart Executive Producer


VP, Merchandising & Sales Operations..... Alyssa Somers

Sr Manager, International Retail Brands and Strategy .....Valerie Cirillo Manager, Product Development ........... Kevin Kiniry Manager, Inventory................................ Violeta Lin

Assistant Manager, Merchandise .... Monica Cotallat

Merchandise Logistics Specialist Tianfu Chen

Technical Support Specialist Andy Ng

Sr Retail Manager Mario Mey

Onsite Retail Manager Dana Collins

Onsite Retail Asst. Manager Andrew Melendez


VP, International, Europe .................. Fiona Thomas


Sr Manager, Creative Licensed Partnerships Ann Myers


Director, Theatrical Licensing David R Scott Manager, Licensing Operations Erin Breznitsky


Director, Labor Relations .................. Tony Thomas Manager, Labor Relations ...................... Bert Piper


SVP, Business Affairs and Legal Counsel Seth Stuhl

Director, Business Affairs and Legal Counsel Albert T. Kim

Director, Business Affairs and Legal Counsel Camele-Ann White

Paralegal Manager Jessica White

Paralegal Specialist ......................... Andrew Harlan

Sr Paralegal.................................. Monica Williams


VP, Finance, Operations & Technology .......Mario Iannetta

VP, Operations .............................. Dana Amendola

Director, Technical Services & Support Michael Figliulo Director, FP&A Mikhail Medvedev

Director, Production Accounting Arlene Smith

Sr Manager, Finance Chris Ekizian

Sr Manager, Finance Paul Martucci

Sr Manager, Security.........................A.J. Mercado Manager, Operations .............................. Erin Clark

Associate Manager, Application Support & Services ..... Peter Martelli

Senior Financial Analyst .................... Michelle Chan

Sr Production Accountant ................ Angela DiSanti

Sr Production Accountant Rachel Fabros

Sr Production Accountant David Kim

Sr Technical Support Engineer Showkat Mahmud


Director, DEI ......................................Elena Chang

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Director, Human Resources ......... Anthony C. Perry Manager, Human Resources ....... Ariel Stein Orzata Specialist, Human Resources Jennifer F Vaughan


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Andrew and Lauren Tavi+

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Jennifer C. Turner+

Gail Carr Williams in Memory of Malissa Carr+

$5,000 - $9,999

Jason Abney and Matt Nelson

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Baulch

Joanne Baulch

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Baulch, III

Chris and Catherine Bollinger

Pamela Darby Bollinger

Eric Bymaster

Rosalyn D. Carpenter

Julie and Tim Choate

Kelly Pappas Crockett

Chris Diamantis

Georgette and Shervin Eftekhari

Ashley and Jonathan Gensler

Laura Groschen

Sherri and Chris Hamby

Hank and Mary Hildebrand

Susan and Mark Isaacs

Rick and Kristie Isaacson

Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Johnson III

Dan and Allison Lechleiter

Sarah and John Lechleiter

Terri Major and Steve Robson

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Valerie and Terry Moon

Michael and Carol Murdock

C. Cybele Raver+

Ben and Jamie Rechter

Mary Frances Rudy

Steve Sirls and Allen DeCuyper

Neil and Chris Tyler

Terry Vaughan

Jerry and Ernie Williams

$3,000 - $4,999

Anonymous (6)

Candalee and Samantha Abbott

Our Donors

Janie Adams and Maureen Proctor in Memory of James and Carolyn Stanton

Dr. Jeff and Tina Adams

Seyi Alalade

Dr. Gregg and Mrs. Leora Allen

Harry L. Allen

The Alperson Family

Dr. Lisa and Gerry Altieri

Jose and Jessica Amden

Lois Brown

Judy Andrews

Keith and Kerry Arendsee

Colleen and Beth Atwood

Jan and Brian Babiak

Ashok and Nicole Babu

The Bandi Family

Saptarshi Biswas

Brent and Lari Beasley

Eric and Danielle Beasley

Drs. Phillip and Dawn Beaulieu

Dr. and Mrs. Steven Bengelsdorf

Carol Bennett

Donna P. Benning and Thomas R. Benning

Mike Binkley

Robert and Debbie Bolinger

Melissa Bowles

Dr. and Mrs. Barry W. Brasfield

Andy Brashier

Lorrie Brouse and Richard Piazza

Joan Bruce

Christine and Scott Bryant

Ron and Mary Buck

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Dr. Timothy and Mrs. Allyson Bush and Family

Devon and Ashton Bushong

Gary M. Bynum

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Ryan Cain

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Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Carroccia

Thomas and Melissa Carter

Austin Casselman

Mary and Joe Cavarra

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Marjorie and Allen Collins

Nancy Corley

The Corner

Anna Cramer


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Jessica Grover

Lance Gruner

Carolyn and Terry Hamby

William and Sandra Heitz

Family Foundation

Amanda and Trip Hereford

Winston Hickman

Joel and Terrie Hill

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Pete and Debbie Hollenstein+

Trish and Andy Holliday

Dr. David H. and Shirley Horowitz

Gayle Howell

Caswell and Susan Huff

Mark Hughes

Jim and Anita Humphreys

Cherie Ideus

Shelley Jones in Memory of Angie Wright

Dr. and Mrs. C.

Andrew Jordan

Trey and Ann Love Judd

The Keene Family Fund

Jacqueline Kelly

Dr. Victor Kha and Dr. Amanda Manceau-Kha

Howard and Carol Kirshner

David and Beverly Klintworth

William C. and Deborah P. Koch

Emily Henderson

Konouchi and Neil Konouchi

Lee and Glenda Kraft

Neil Krugman and Lee Pratt

Nikki Kubly and Jessica Lutts

Nancy Ladd

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph

N. Lane

J. Mark Lee

Bettye Leiby

Philip and Marisa Leisy

Joseph Longmire

Brianne Lovan

Jeffrey Lynch

Mr. and Mrs. John Malatak

Sara Z. Malin and Bradley A. Malin

Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Marcum

Leah and Ross Margulies

Janelle Bardol and Jenni Marple

Elizabeth Marshall

Steve and Erica Marshall

Debi Martin and Friends

Red and Shari Martin

Ralph and Louise Mason

Jeffrey and Renee Mathis

Lynne and Tony McAlister

Dr. and Mrs. Jeremy


Chris and Colleen Meffe

Robert and Yin Mericle

Cindy and Danielle Mezera

Susan Baker Mezger

Donnel and Robert Milam

Alisa Miles

Francesca Miller

David and Anne Mosley

Deborah and Dustin Moss

Mickeye M. Murphy

Bob and Kay Musgrove

Teresa and Mike Nacarato

Mr. Erik Nicholson

Dr. Charles and Eily Nicholson

Phil and Kendra Nitz

Brad and Sara Nolan

Melissa Ohsfeldt and Bennett Landman

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Paisley, Rechter Family Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee

David and Pamela Palmer

Sherry and Petey Parsons

Philip and Susan Perdue

Ricardo and Michelle Perez

Charles Perry

Robert and Laura Pittman

Rosemary and Wayne Plorin

Vicki Ponder

Christine Quinn

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Wallace Ralph

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Kimberly and Kyle Rengel

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Thomas Richardson and Cara Hill

Wells Richardson and Jane Bowlin

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Charles and Debi Robin

Marc and Karen Rosen

Karen and Tyler Russell

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Dr. Norman Scarborough and Ms. Kimberly Hewell

Tara Scarlett and Michael Peacock

Mark and Terri Schmidt

Mary Schrecker

Edward J. and Karen A. Scott

Gina and Stephen Scott

Susan and Gene Shanks

Kara and Kevin Sharp

Ms. Sherry D. Shaver

Beth and Jerry Sims

Dennis and Kari Skarvan

Dale and Sally Smith

Earnest and Diane Smith

Makinley, Cheney, and Ava Smith

P. Smith

Chris and Jennette Sockwell

Rickey and Lisa South

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander


Michael Stayton

Deborah and James Stonehocker

Richard Swann

Jeremy Swartz and Emmanuel Lugo

Scott and Kelley Tansil

Theater Chicks

Andrea and Jim Tothacer

Byron and Aleta Trauger

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Nina Turner

Jay Jones and Rob Turner

Lyn N. Walker

Jim Walsh and Mike Boscher

Linda Ware

Christy A. Watkins and Sam R. McColl

Jim and Shelly Weatherly

Derek and Brooke West

Rickie Williams

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Joanie and Karey Witty

Dr. Steven Wolf in Memory of Frances Wolf

Susan R. Woods

Ira and Elaine Work

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Mickey and Phyllis Wright

Pamela Wright

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Yocom

Dr. and Mrs Victor L. Zirilli

$2,000 - $2,999

Anonymous (7)

Beth Scott Clayton


Doug and Jessica Anderson

Zach Anderson and Regan Humphrey

David Andrews

Susan Andrews

Carolyn Baker

Dr. Jeffrey and Ms. Melinda Balser

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph


Dr. John and Rachel Barnwell

Dr. and Mrs. T.M. Bauer

Sharry and Michael Beard

Stephen and Laura Bearden

George Beasley

Susan F. and David M. Berck

Mark and Valerie Blackburn

Robert Bodenheimer and Jeanne Larose

Jerald and Hafdís Bortle

Elizabeth and Alexander Brandau

Johnathan and Angie Brandon

Lisa Brannan

Chase and Embrey Brannon

Judith Bright

Autumn and Rhett Bruner

Terry L. Bubb

Poppy P. Buchanan

Our Donors Cont.

Martha and Robert Buckner

Michael Burrei

Tom and Cindy Buss Foundation

Tom and Joyce Callaway in Memory of Elaine McWilliams

Anita and Larry Cash

Mark R. Chambers

Mrs. Jo Clark

Kent A. Colburn

The Conn Family

Trip and Caroline Conrad

Ms. Sandra Cooper

Susan Cox

Maria Cronley and John Carpenter

Mr. and Mrs. James Croy

Michael and Rowena Cuffe

Linda Cunningham in Memory of Jane Goad

Matthew Cushing

Jack Davis and David Livingston

Dante and Patty DeWitt

The Dickinson Family

Sheryl and Mark Donnell

Megan and David Eskind

Karen and David Ford

Kimberley Foster

Rob and Lisa Frasier

Richard and Sarah Fremont

Sanjay Gunasekaran and Sapna Gangaputra

Eileen George and Jennifer George

The Gichner Family

Larita Gillispie

Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Goad

Michelle Godwin-Watts

Hon. Alberto Gonzales and Rebecca Gonzales

Gwen and Frank Gordon

Julie and Bob Gordon

Steve and Stefanie Gorman

Terri and Darren Gottschalk

Jim Govekar

The Gray Family in Memory of Roy Wilder

David and Debbie Gregory

Alicia Grice

The Grosch Family Charitable Fund

Alejandro and Mekenna Gutierrez in Honor of Margarita “Maggie” Gutierrez

Tim and Laurie Hall

Don and Tracy Hardin

Michael Harrison

John W. Hayes

Sue and Joel Hemphill

Del and Mary Page

Hickman, Michael and Jemma Hurst

Lex and Rick Highsmith

Louis and Joyce Hines

Rae and Bruce Hirsch

Jodi A. Hite

Jim and Carmela Hofstee

Craig and Eileen Homan

The Horchak Family

Gail Jacobs

Brian Jones

Marshall H. Kemp

Jeffrey M. Kendall

David King

Debra and James Kovanda

Cinda and Jeffrey Lack

Stephen and Leslye Lapidus

Richard H. Leet

Ann Loffi

Heather Logan

Mike and Lisa Long

Charles Looper

Hope and Jason Lundt

Debbie and Jim Lundy

Justin and Kelley Maierhofer

Brian and April Manning

Dan and Marisa Martin

Quinta Martin

Steve and Amy-Beth Mason

Richard and Susan Mattson

Christine and John McCarthy

Sally and John McDougall

Mark Miccioli and Angela Lynn

Allen Miller

Sameena and Fahad Mirza

Tom and Cathy Mitchell in Honor of Caroline Dill

Seth Moffatt

Janice B. Moore

Allison and Matthew Moore

Philip and Lechelle Moore

Shawna Moore

Mr. and Mrs Robert M. Moses

Mr. and Mrs. John Muchukot

Marie Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nadeau

David and Monica Nelson

Matthew and Teresa Newbill

Peter and Stacey Nieman

Dave and Donna Nock

Laura and Keith Nord

Kathleen and Tim O’Brien

Perry and Wanda


Sulinda and Scott Osters

Elizabeth Ozment

Karen and Terry Page

Lee and Raj Patnaik

William Pfohl

Nancy and Skipper Phipps

Dave and Melissa Porch

Brenda Pritts

Laura Purdy

Stephen and Sara Anne Quinn

Pat and Doug Ralls

Steven and Esther Remer

Steve and Anita Rich

Steve and Clare Rich

Evelyn and William Rodgers

Ed and Karen Rogers

Gary and Donna Rosenthal

Anne and Joseph Russell

Chris and Lauren Schlueter

Mr. and Mrs. William

Edward Scott III

Craig and Sue Seifert

Robert Sentz

Jane and Ken Sharp

Sharon and Bill Sheriff

Patricia Seigfried

Ron Runyeon and Linda Sue Simmons

Dava and Jason Smith

Becky and Gary Smith

Christine Smith

Eileen Smith in Memory of M. Terry Burkhalter

Mary Speciale

Robert and Jane Stammer

Bella and Pete Stringer

Russ and Nelda

Lee Sturgeon

Karen Sword

Megan Tackett

Laura Thomason

Kevin Thompson

Kevin Thompson


Erika Tritt

Kelly and Jacob Unger

Margaret and George Uribe

The Valentine-Goss Family

Lewis and Julie Walling

T. Jay and Alisha Warner

Sigrun and Bryan Watson

Mark Watson and Debra Goad

Jason and Beverly Webb

Karen and Howard Weil

Carman and Elaine Wenkoff

Bradley andSusan Widmann

Judy Wiens

David W. Wilkinson

Nancy and Mike Williams

Michael and Larson Williamson

Janice and James Wright

Michael and Sheila Yarbrough

Dr. and Mrs. Carl W. Zimmerman

$500 - $1,999

Anonymous (10)

Amir and Morgan Abtahi

Teresa Agee

Richard Alcauskas

Emily Stone Alcorn and Greta Ellen Messer in Memory of Curt and Ellen Stone

Murray Allan and Meridith C. Krebs

Mike and Rhonda Allen

Ashley and Courtlyn Allison

Katheirne Alsup

Mr. Brown C. Ambrose and Mr. Marshall Kemp

Michael Anderson

Richard N. Anderson

Ceesun and Jess Andrews

Rebecca Anjewierden

Calderon-Arce Family

Dreama Arguello

Jimmy and Carol Armistead

Robert and Iris Arnold

Jon Arnold and Lisa DiVirgilio

Ashley and Jeff Hollis In Memory of Lucy Hollis

James and Theresa Bachstein

David and Jill Baird

Kymberly and Scott Baker

Dr. and Mrs. Billy R. Ballard

Cheryl and Samuel Ballesteros

William and Paula Barkley

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Farwell

Nancy Patterson Barr

Mr. Collin B. Barrett

Chris, Amanda, Drew, and Bee Barrett

Dr. and Mrs. Tyler and Kelly Barrett

Brian and Leah Beth Bartley

Dr. Adrienne Battle

Kelley Beaman

John and Grace Bearden

Shelly Bearden

Diane Becker

Nancy and David Bednowitz

Laura and Jake Beesley

John Belcher

Bryan and Olivia Bell

The Bentley Family

Lynece BentonStewart in Honor of Diane Boylen

Mrs. Abby Berry

Rev. Dr. Mark Brown and Dr. Frances Berry-Brown

Arthur Bertke

Jacquelyn S. Biddle

Mark and Mona Binda

Britany Binkowski

Richard D. Bird Jr and William R. Taylor in Memory of Richard D. Bird

Melissa and Gary Blackburn

Diane Bledsoe

Rose and Al Bleich

Robin and Michael Blinder

The Bochy Family

Dr. and Mrs. Frank H. Boehm

Joe and Allison Boever

Tim Boje

Sally and Paul Boklage

David Bone and Arlen Becton

Julia Bono

Dr. and Mrs. Scott Borinstein


Our Donors Cont.
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Laura and Jim Bowen

Clifford and Angela Bowens

Bo and Jill Bowling

Kolby and Angelita Boyd

Kolby and Angelita Boyd

Jan and Katie Boyer

Steve and Kristin


Mrs. and Mr. Brittany R. Brace

Douglas and Lisa Brace

Donna Bradley

The Bravo Party

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Brewer

Dr. Robert J. Brewer

Mr. Gary Briggs

Maggie and William Bright

Ronald Brindley, Sr.

Brian Brockman and Kati Swieca-Brockman

Herbert and Michelle Brown

Mr. A.C. Brown

Barry and Cathy Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Cory Brown

Leighton, Chrisie, Autumn, and Jackson Brown

Patsy and G. William Brown

Sandy Brown

Norm and Robyn Brumblay

Amanda and Joshua Brummett

Del Bryant and Carolyn Smith Bryant

Wesley and Katie Bryant

Sean Buck

Donna Burfitt

Larry and Laura Burkhart

Kim Burns

Judy Lynn Burroughs

Phil and Stacy Byerly in Memory of Don Byerly

Ms. Michal Caldwell

Lauren and Adam Campbell

Christopher Canlas

Thomas Carey

The Carlo Family

Greer and Paige Carr

Matthew Carr and Victoria McGowen

Susan Altamore Carusi

Jeff and Laret Cassella Charitable Fund

Jill C. Cash in Honor of Doris Laird

Richard Cashion

Frederick Cawthon

Andrew Chauncey

Jay Chawan

Joyce A. Cherry

Lee and Jean Cherry

Amy and Douglas Christiansen

Michael and Catherine Christie

Patricia Christman

Amanda Church

Ryan Church

Mr. Kelly and Holly Ciscone

Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Claverie Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Clouse

Debbie Coats

The Cohen Family

Lauren Ann Cole

Christopher and Veronica Coleman

Deborah Coleman

Kevin Collen

Kinsey Collier in Memory of Kelly Collier

Leslie Anne Collum

Terri Fortenberry-Colon

Jennifer Colquitt

Joe L. Conard

Mary Rose and Jon Conlin

Jeff and Anita Conn

Stephanie and Forrest Conner

Evan Conrad

Steve and Monica Cook

Cheryl and John Cooper

Joel and Rebecca Cooper

Randy and Deb Cooper

Ronald L. and

Brenda J. Corbin

John Cordaro

Wendy E. Cordill

Lucy Corenswet

Kate Cornelius

The Covey Family

Charlotte Covington

Mike Coyne

Kristin Cragun

Crosby Family

TPAC Girls

Erin Crossan

Chris and Serena Cummins

Mr. John Dab

Stephanie Dahmer and Lee Brewer

Nicole Daniel and Michael Feher

Steven R. Daniel

Kimberly L. Darlington

Anna Catherine Davenport

Jane Davis

John and Gina Davis

Dr. and Mrs. Patrick

T. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. W. Kirby

Davis Jr.

Brook and Greg Day

Troy and Karissa Deaton

Tiffany and Alfred


The Gerring-DeKleyn Family

Robert Delozier

The Devereux Family

Tara Diffie

Ashley and David Dill

Heather Dipietro

Rob Dixon

Tim and Tiffany Dodge

Kathy Doman

Karen and Joe Donnelly

Kathryn Dowdell

Rennison Kelley

Dana and Regina Draper

Matt and Catherine Ducey

Melanie and David Dunn

Brian and Cindy Dunphy

Mr. and Mrs. David Duquette

Jenny and John Dyer

Keith and Tracy Dyer

Vicki Eatherly

Brandon Eddy

Mr. Kevon Edmonds and Dr. Ruth Ross Edmonds

Amy Ellis

Ensworth ‘23 Moms

Annette S. Eskind

Jeff Eubanks

Sam Evans

John and Katie Fayard

Joan Felts

William Felty and Antonio Muniz

Holly and Andrew Feris

J. Fincannon Family

Sara Finley

Tory and Will Fitzgibbon

Ken Fitzpatrick

Phil and Lynndel Flack

Linda Fletcher

Abby Flittner and Josh Gilmore

Kyle and Nancy Floyd

Kevin M. Foley

Ginna Follis, Kathy Reeves, Rhonda Foley

Jason and Leslie Ford

Bryan Foriest

Robert Fortner in Memory of Lori Fortner

David and Kate Fortunato

Scott and Amanda Foster

Dr. Zach and Mrs. Sherida Foster

Randal and Carly Fowler

Eva Frasca

Bryan and Elizabeth Frist

Joshua and Rebecca Frizzell

Cary Ann Fuller in Honor of Phyllis Ellis

Debi and Lance Fusacchia

Caren Gabriel

Teresa and Craig Gale

Charles Houston Gannon

Christine Garcia

Vanessa and Grey Garner

Jeanne Gavigan

Our Donors Cont.

Mr. and Mrs. Gilder

Julie Gillen

Cally Glass

Lucie Glass

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Glasser

Beth Ann Glassford

Alice and Max Goldberg

Tara and Benjamin Goldberg

Wendy Goldstein and Delaney McClinton

Gilbert Gonzales and Andy Hofer

Tommie Goodman

Walter Gordon

Dr. and Mrs. Matt Gorham

Mr. Timothy Grable

Susan M Graham in Memory of Betsy Moore

Jamie Granbery and Marion Floyd

Diana Granese, MD

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Greco

Sandy Gregory

Brad Greives

Mr. and Mrs. Britt Groomes

Michael and Randy Gross

Cathy B. Guenther

Jennifer Guilmette in Memory of William Ripari

Jackie Haas

Jill and Bradley Haas

Ron Hackett

Kyle Hall

Richard Hall and Lori McElroy

Jerry and Courtney Hancock

Sam and Erin Hancock

Julie and Brian Hanrahan

Grace Hanson

The Harkness Family

Logan and Erin Harpole In Memory of Gerry Schneider and Betty Sandefur

Randall and Tammy Harris

Dr. Fiona Harrison

Beatrice Hart

Crissy Wieck

Caylyn Harvey

Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey B. Harwell Jr.

Susan Harwell and Donna Ore

David Haverkamp

Marilyn Hayes

Michelle W. Haynes

Philip and Irene Head

Rob and Layla Hebert

Alex and Haley Heiche

Our Donors Cont.

The Helm Family

Tammy Helms

Phillip Henderson

Richard Hensley

Ashley and Lily Herb

Greg and Katrina Herman

Alexandra Herron

Phil and Amber Hertik

Vern and Kricky Heyer

Gerald and Karen Hill

Gerald Hill, Veteran Team at Benchmark Realty LLC

Jackie Hill

Morgan and Leigh Hillenmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Loeser

Brandon and Susan Hoag

Donna Hobbs

Tammy and Barrett Hobbs

Hodge and Morris Families

Craig Hofmann

Cathy and Chris Hogan

Key Holleman

Greg and Rebecca Hollis in Memory of Lucy Hollis

Donald and Deborah Holmes

Mr. and Mrs. Scott McWilliams

Diane K. Honda and David P. Reiland

Richard Hoos and Barbara Owens

Bobby and Leslie Hopkins

Anne Hosfield

Dr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Houff

Helen R. Houston

Will Humphrey

Sara and David Hunt

Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Hunter in memory of Molly Smoot Blair

Catharine Husbands

Mr. and Mrs. Shandy Husmann

Jeremy and Aubrie Hutzel

Sheila Hylton

William Israel and Caldwell Collins

Camilla Jackson

Emily and Brett Jackson

James and Lindsey Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. Les Jackson

Jerry and Kristen Charbonneau

Sarah Janski In Memory of Larry Janski

Selena Jennings

Donna Jobe

Dr. Jim Johnson and Catherine Stutzner

Daniel Johnson

Belle Johnson and Pepper Magargee

Trey, Donna, and Madison Spain

Melanie Johnson and Richard Cale

Todd and Kim Johnson

Johnston Family in Honor of Carol Johnston

Greg Jones

Bart and Nicole Jones

Susan and Roland L. Jones

Kenneth and Laura Joyner

Robert Juechter

Dr. Arvindh and Mrs. Candace Kanagasundram

Cameron and Caitlin Kavoosifar

Larry and Marsha Kedigh

Donna Keller

Nicholas Kilen

Linda F. Kilpatrick

Chuck Kinard

Carol King

Mr. and Mrs. Cannon King

Jeff and Cindy King

Darrell Kirby and Dr. Robbie Goodman

Edith and Miles Kirkland

Michael and Erin Kirkpatrick

Ellie Cook and Valerie Klein

David and Janet Kleinfelter

Mr. Bobby Knight

Elizabeth Knox

The Korab Family

Diane M. Kovalsky

Leanne Kreps

Jan and Rand Krikorian

Nicole and Kevin Krushenski

Sarah Blair Event Design

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lalumondier

Charles E. Lamb

Jeff Lancaster

David and Teresa Lance in Honor of Lucy and Caroline

John and Kassidy Lander

Timothy Larson

Christen Lassiter

Laurence Family

Dr. William and Mrs. Maggie Laxton

Roxana de Ledesma

Justin Lee

Dr. Jennifer Lee

Dena K. and Gregory

H. Leggett

Michael and Sandra Lenzen

Sharon Lesain-Edwards in Memory of Keith Edwards

Carolyn and Larry Levine

Katie Lewis

Kimberly and James Lewis

Laura Lidyard

Regan Liggins

Dave Lindsay

Mark Lindsey

Mr. Ryan and Dr. Casey Lipscomb

Laurie Lokey in Memory of Bill Lokey

Kim and Bob Looney

John and Monica Loar

Arthur and Rebecca Lowen

Eddie and Saralu Lunn

Jessica Lunn

Tina Lynch and Gail Tucciarone

Ted and Danielle Maccabee

Jennifer Madziarczyk

Susan Magidson

Gator Michaels


Martin and Andrea Maguire

Richard Manning, Jr.

Jo Marshall

Ruth and Richard Marshall

Callen and Mike Martin

John Mason and Jill Pugh

Johari Matthews

Wendell McAbee

Pat and Brenda McAfee

Patsy McCall

Andy and Rachel McCloud

Valerie Jacobs and Jeff McCue

Kathy G. McGee

Nicolas McGinn

Connor McGinnis

Dan and Melanie McHugh

Diane E. McIntyre

Matt McKnight

Linda McMillan

Garry McNabb

Barb and Denny McNeely Family Fund

Catherine McTamaney

Leigh A. McWhorter

Brent Medling

Monica and Giacomo Meeker

Ben Meisch

Jessica Mentzer and Tim Bolton

Michael and Sarah Mettee in Memory of Robert Ramsay

Ernest Midgett

Sherry Miller

Cory Miller

Garrett Miller

Laurie A. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Miller

William Miller

Mr. Joseph Mills

Kellie Mires

Diana Bain Mobley

Tom and Vicki Moon

Dan Moore

Robert J. Notestine and Jenny Moore

Terry Spurlin-Moore

Dana Moore and Jack Isenhour

Dr. and Mrs. Lee S. Moore

Nannette Moores

Karen Morgan

JoAnn Morris

Danielle and Jay Morrison

Kim Morrow/Danielle Williams

Richard Moscardelli

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moscardelli

Macy and Brian Mulligan

Paula and Leif Murphy

Joey Nelson

Drs. Arie and Michael Nettles

Christy Newberry

Will and Catharine Newman

Bill and Glenda Newton

Dr. and Mrs. James H. Nichols

Lucy and Cameron Nichols

Dr. Agatha Nolen

Suzanne Nordmann

Dante and Jade Norris

Patrice Norris

Ben and Kelly Nye

O’Briant, Wallace, and Karst Families

Ian Oehring

Daniel and Emily Oliver

Dr. Andre and Jeani Olivier

Dana and Bond Oman

Jeanie Orr

Kathy B. Osborne

Outdoor Classic


Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Overby

Maggie Owens and Camryn Mireault

Dorothy and Jamie Pace

Todd and Cheryl Panther

Paul and Diane Parker

J. Russell and Phyllis Parkes

Casey Parsons, Zeitlin Sotheby’s International Realty

Candace Partee

Jimmie Parvin and Dan Halcomb

Amy Pass in Honor of Ava Otto

Sarah Pearl

William Pennell

John and Kandace Peppers

Jaime and Barbara Perez

Houston Perrett

Mark and Mary Peters

Chelsea and Kent Peterson

Drs. Philip M. and Pamela K. Pfeffer

Jacqueline and Scott Phillips

Lawrence D. Phillips

Elizabeth and David Pico

Kip and Rose Pierce

Matt Pierucki

Benjamin Pietrzyk

Jonathan and Jennifer Pike

Paige Pitts

Raelynn and Craig Plattner

Kevin and Simonne Poff

Jack and Beverly Polson

Rob and Cindy Porter

Ryan and Lauren Powell in Memory of Judy Roche

Douglas and Tracie Powers

Tim and Linda Priddy

Brian and Karina Purcell

Joyce and Preston Quirk

Travis Ragland

Nancy Rainier

Robert and Meaghan Ransom

Karl and Linda Rass

Brandi Rayburn in Memory of Mildred Burchfield and Elsa Elkins

Cynthia and Franco Recchia

Suki and Rick Rechter II

Mr. and Mrs. Colin V. Reed

Erica Reed in Memory of Edgar Reed

Joe and Heather Reed

Samuel and Micaela Reed

Ursula Reed

Phillip Remke

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rew and Mr. and Mrs. Don Diffendorf

Sharon W. Reynolds

Reynolds Family in Honor of Performing Arts

Jennifer M. Rice

Christy Richardson

Cindy and Steve Richmond

Carolyn Ricketts

H. Paul Ritchie

Lisa Rivera

Alejandro Rivera

Worrick and Leslie




David Rosenberg

Linda and Don Rubright

The Ruis Family

Magaly Ruiz

Kathryn Rupert

Mr. Manuel Russ and Mrs. Marissa Russ

Mr. Scott Sadler

Russha J. Sage

Dr. and Mrs. David Sain

Dr. Kristin Salter

Andrew and Kristin Sanderson

Debbie Sanford

Dan and Ann Scales

Libby and Matthew Scanlan

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Schmidt

Jeff and Leah Schmidt

Christopher Schneider

Dr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Schoettle

Noha and Michael Schouder

Carol and Alvin Scott

The Scotts

Dr. Patricia Scott and Mr. B.J. Anckner

Thomas and Heather Seabrooks

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Seabury III

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TPAC strives to present diverse experiences in the performing arts and arts education which are accessible to everyone.

Accessible services include parking, elevators, wheelchair seating, use of a TPAC wheelchair, designated restrooms, and services for patrons with limited hearing and vision. Sensory Friendly kits and infrared assisted listening devices are available at no charge and may be picked up at the patron accessibility kiosk in the lobby. TPAC offers American Sign Language, Open Captioning, Audio Description, and Braille programs on the Sunday matinee in the HCA Healthcare / TriStar Health Broadway at TPAC Season, presented in partnership with Nissan. Large print programs are available for Broadway at TPAC shows. Special accessibility requests and concerns may be discussed in advance by emailing Access@TPAC.ORG.




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Restrooms for Jackson Hall are located one level down from the 6th Avenue entrance, and on each level inside the theater. Restrooms for Polk Theater are located down the stairs to the left of the entrance to the orchestra level and on the tier level. Booster Seats are available on a first-come first served basis, please inquire with an usher upon entrance to the theater.

Bars and Concessions are located in the Orchestra and Tier level lobbies for most performances.

An ATM is on G-Level, near the security desk at the Deaderick Street entrance to the building.

All electronic devices including cell phones, watch alarms, cameras, and recorders should be turned off prior to the show.

To inquire about Lost and Found items, please email Lost@TPAC.ORG to report an item you might have left at TPAC.

Our guest services team seeks to respond to all patrons as quickly as possible. Please allow up to 48 hours to receive a response for all questions and concerns.



Melvin Malone, Chair

James Schmitz, Vice Chair

J. Reginald Hill, Treasurer

Sheila Gibson, Secretary

Martha Ingram, At-Large Executive

Dr. Phil Wenk, Immediate Past Chair


Victor Berrios

Sheila Gibson

Kefin Hartley

Reggie Hill

Martha Ingram

Tracy Kane

Melvin Malone

Alexia Poe

Jim Schmitz

Claire Tucker

Phil Wenk

Gail Williams


Michael Carter

Emanual (Butch) Eads

Don Hardin

Robert Hebert

Joy Heinrichs

Debbie Hollenstein

Steve Mason

Nathan Poss

Cybele Raver

Dr. Christopher Rehm

Adam Sansiveri

Rhonda Taylor

Claire Tucker


Brad Bowlin

Ansel Davis

Rob Hebert

Reggie Hill

Jeff Hopmayer

Quin Evans Segall

Jennifer Turner

John Wengraf


President and CEO, Jennifer Turner

Managing Director & Chief Administrative Officer, James Timm

Exec. Assistant & Board Liaison, Marlo Goff


Director of Programming, Christian Lyhus

Senior Manager of Programming, Caroline deGraaf

Contract Administrator, Tanza Farr


Chief Inclusive Arts Officer, Roberta Ciuffo West

Senior Vice President of Education and Community Engagement, Susan Sanders

Senior Director of Grants & Special Projects, Lattie Brown

Senior Director of Education and Community Engagement, Kristin Dare-Horsley

Director of Education Enrichment, Cassie LaFevor

Education Enrichment Manager, Treysia Jackson


Vice President of Human Resources, Kim Marrone

Senior Payroll Manager and HR Specialist, Mary Huffman


Chief Financial Officer, Julie Gillen

FINANCE Controller, Dana Nolen

Senior Accountant, Lindsay Johnson Accountant, Bryan Leftwich


Vice President of Information Technology, Jeff Condon

Senior Solutions Engineer, Andrew Astorino

Database Administrator, Jeff Stahel

Helpdesk Technician, Brandon Partida

Network Engineer, Mike Sansom


SVP, Ticketing & Guest Services, Kimberly Darlington


Director of Ticketing and Customer Service, Akil Lyle

VIP Ticket Sales Coordinator, Leroy Loyal

Patron Services Specialist, Riley Miller

Patron Services Specialist, Kaylee Miller

Tessitura Systems Manager, Daniel Harris

Asst. Manager of Ticket Operations, Johana Davila

Ticket Operations Supervisor, Kayla Meehan

Ticket Operations Supervisor, Patricia Sherrick

Board and Staff Listing

Box Office Manager, Lori Joffs

Box Office Supervisor, Dana Lolas

Box Office Coordinator, Rick Forshee


Director of Guest Services, Mary Blair

Guest Services Manager, Kelley Ramirez

Guest Services Manager, Emily Rich

Guest Services Manager, Kevin Anderson Jr.


Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Tony Marks

Director of Communications, Josh Holliday

Director of Marketing, Emily Sitton

Senior Manager of Digital Marketing, Rebecca Bourne

Senior Manager of Graphic Design, Brad DeLeone

Graphic Designer, Jose Semidei

Group Sales Manager, Lindsay Baleka

Social Media Manager, Brandy Ferguson

Marketing Manager, Presentations, Kiera Lytle

Public Relations Manager, Brittany Portalatin


Vice President of Leadership Giving, Diana Pelham Director of Corporate and Membership Giving, April Posey

Director of Leadership Giving, Mary Cate Conn Senior Manager of Development Operations, Kelsey Daly Manager of Development Information, Danny Harp


Chief Campaign Officer, Suzanne Iler

Capital Campaign Director, Molly Haynes

Prospect Analyst Manager, Zach Bobbitt



Capital Projects & Facilities, Denise Minatoya Director of Building Operations, Samantha Borgen

Facility Manager, Chris Voss


Vice President, Operations, Leon Scioscia


Director, Event Management, Jeremy Knutsen

Senior Event Manager, Kayla Bringelson

Event Manager, Mary Kanani-Donaghy

Event Manager, Rebecca Forrest

Event Manager, Zack Steenbergen

Operations Coordinator, Tatyana Bristol


Senior Director, Security & Food & Beverage, Ryan Curd

Security & Safety Manager, Jasmine Gould

Security & Safety Manager, Tim Timberlake

Security and Safety Officer, OC Davis

Security & Safety Officer, Phoenix KnoxWashington

Security & Safety Officer, Victor Vickers


Director of Food and Beverage, Beth Antram

Food & Beverage Manager, Shannon Stansbury Manager of Hospitality & Merchandising, Jessica Ladd


Director of Production, Sawyer Wallace

Production Manager, Alex Poe

Master Electrician, Brent Smith

Production Electrician, Taylor Hulsey-Thomas

Production Electrician, Carly Crocker

Chief Audio Engineer, Jeff Ent

Audio Engineer, Jamin Craig

Audio Engineer, Chelsea Skinner

Event Technical Director, Wrench Steinlage

Event Technical Director, Vincent van der Wolf

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