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January 23 - February 15, 2015 , Allen Theatre

Five Guys Named Moe

book by Clarke Peters
music and lyrics by Louis Jordan
directed by Robert O'Hara
co-produced with Arena Stage

Run time: 2 hours including one 15-minute intermission
Advisory: Recommended for all ages.

His woman left him, he’s broke, and it’s almost five o’clock in the morning. But don’t worry about our hero. All he needs is the right music—and the right guys—to get him through. Enter five guys named Moe, stepping out through his radio to cajole, comfort and jazz him with dozens of whimsical hit songs from the extraordinary Louis Jordan. An international sensation, Five Guys Named Moe is an exhilarating, all-embracing musical experience.

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From left to right: Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Paris Nix (Eat Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

From left to right: Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Paris Nix (Eat Moe), Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

Downstage: Kevin McAllister (Nomax). Upstage, from left to right: Paris Nix (Eat Moe), Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Clinton Roane (Little Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

Downstage: Kevin McAllister (Nomax). Upstage, from left to right: Paris Nix (Eat Moe), Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Clinton Roane (Little Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

Downstage, from left to right: Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), Paris Nix (Eat Moe), and Clinton Roane (Little Moe). Upstage, from left to right: Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe) and Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

Downstage, from left to right: Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Paris Nix (Eat Moe). Upstage: Kevin McAllister (Nomax). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

Downstage, from left to right: Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Paris Nix (Eat Moe). Upstage: Kevin McAllister (Nomax). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

Downstage, from left to right: Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Paris Nix (Eat Moe), Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), and Sheldon Henry (Big Moe). Upstage: Kevin McAllister (Nomax). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

Downstage: Paris Nix (Eat Moe). Upstage, from left to right: Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Kevin McAllister (Nomax), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Clinton Roane (Little Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

Downstage, from left to right: Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Paris Nix (Eat Moe). Upstage: Kevin McAllister (Nomax). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

Downstage, from left to right: Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Paris Nix (Eat Moe). Upstage: Kevin McAllister (Nomax). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

From left to right: Clinton Roane (Little Moe) and Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

From left to right: Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Paris Nix (Eat Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

From left to right: Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), and Paris Nix (Eat Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

From left to right: Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Paris Nix (Eat Moe), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), and Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

From left to right: Sheldon Henry (Big Moe), Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), and Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

From left to right: Clinton Roane (Little Moe), Paris Nix (Eat Moe), Jobari Parker-Namdar (No Moe), Kevin McAllister (Nomax), Travis Porchia (Four-Eyed Moe), and Sheldon Henry (Big Moe). Photo credit C. Stanley Photography.

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Sheldon Henry

Sheldon Henry

(Big Moe) is a native New Yorker and has a BFA from The Hartt School of Music. Some of his recent/favorite credits include South Pacific, Guys and Dolls, Dreamgirls,Central Avenue Breakdown (NYMF/DIMF), Five Guys Named Moe, The Buddy Holly Story, Tommy, Parade and A Christmas Carol. Sheldon is also a more(Big Moe) is a native New Yorker and has a BFA from The Hartt School of Music. Some of his recent/favorite credits include South Pacific, Guys and Dolls, Dreamgirls,Central Avenue Breakdown (NYMF/DIMF), Five Guys Named Moe, The Buddy Holly Story, Tommy, Parade and A Christmas Carol. Sheldon is also a proud alum of the Boys Choir of Harlem. He would like to say thank you to his family and friends for their continued support and is very excited to be on stage performing the great music of Louis Jordan once again.

Kevin McAllister

Kevin McAllister

(Nomax) is making his Cleveland Play House debut. Credits include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Violet, Ford’s Theatre; Cinderella, Olney Theatre Center; and Signature Theatre’s world premiere of Brother Russia. He received a Helen Hayes nomination for his portrayal of Newt Lee/Jim Conley in the Ford’s Theatre more(Nomax) is making his Cleveland Play House debut. Credits include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Violet, Ford’s Theatre; Cinderella, Olney Theatre Center; and Signature Theatre’s world premiere of Brother Russia. He received a Helen Hayes nomination for his portrayal of Newt Lee/Jim Conley in the Ford’s Theatre production ofParade. He has also performed regionally in Aida at ArtPark. Other notable credits include Sideshow and The Wild Party, Teatro 101; Ragtime and Rent, Toby’s Dinner Theatre; and the national tour of The Phantom Tollbooth at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. He will be seen next in the world premiere of Freedom’s Song at Ford’s Theatre.

Paris Nix

Paris Nix

(Eat Moe) is ecstatic to be welcomed into the Cleveland Play House family to perform this amazing role. His favorite credits include Once on This Island, TheatreWorks in the Silicon Valley, which won three TBA awards; Broadway national tour of Seussical The Musical, Theatreworks USA;Shrek the Musical, Weathervane Repertory Theatre; more(Eat Moe) is ecstatic to be welcomed into the Cleveland Play House family to perform this amazing role. His favorite credits include Once on This Island, TheatreWorks in the Silicon Valley, which won three TBA awards; Broadway national tour of Seussical The Musical, Theatreworks USA;Shrek the Musical, Weathervane Repertory Theatre; andRagtime, Upper Darby Performing Arts Center. Paris is an accomplished violinist who has been featured in Broadway's Rising Stars Concert at Town Hall in New York City. He has also made appearances in the Harlem Gospel Singers international tour as both a featured singer and violinist, along with debuting the world premiere of R?&?B Juke Box for Universal Studios Japan. Paris was born and bred in Philadelphia, PA and graduated from the American Musical Dramatic Academy. Paris would like to thank his entire family.

Jobari Parker-Namdar

Jobari Parker-Namdar

(No Moe) is honored to make his Cleveland Play House debut. Additional credits include My Fair Lady and readings of Oracle and Redhand Guitar, Arena Stage;A Year with Frog and Toad, Adventure Theatre (Helen Hayes nomination, Outstanding Actor in Supporting Role); The Stephen Schwartz Project, Metro Stage; Hairspray andShowboat, Signature more(No Moe) is honored to make his Cleveland Play House debut. Additional credits include My Fair Lady and readings of Oracle and Redhand Guitar, Arena Stage;A Year with Frog and Toad, Adventure Theatre (Helen Hayes nomination, Outstanding Actor in Supporting Role); The Stephen Schwartz Project, Metro Stage; Hairspray andShowboat, Signature Theatre; From My Hometown, The Ensemble Theatre; and Three Little Birds, The New Victory Theatre. Jobari was also an artist in residence at the prestigious Strathmore Music Center.

Travis Porchia

Travis Porchia

(Four-Eyed Moe) is thrilled to be making his Cleveland Play House debut! Favorite regional credits includeHair, American Theater Company; The Color Purple, The Mercury Theater Chicago; Sweet Charity, Writers' Theater;Hairspray, Drury Lane Oakbrook; Chicago, Peninsula Players;Pippin, BoHo Theater; and The Petrified Forest, Strawdog Theater. Television credits include Jennifer Hudson's music more(Four-Eyed Moe) is thrilled to be making his Cleveland Play House debut! Favorite regional credits includeHair, American Theater Company; The Color Purple, The Mercury Theater Chicago; Sweet Charity, Writers' Theater;Hairspray, Drury Lane Oakbrook; Chicago, Peninsula Players;Pippin, BoHo Theater; and The Petrified Forest, Strawdog Theater. Television credits include Jennifer Hudson's music video Where You At? and the AT&T U-verse commercialBoulevard. Travis would like to thank his mom, dad, CS, Will and family of friends for their love and constant support!

Clinton Roane

Clinton Roane

(Little Moe) was in the original Broadway cast of The Scottsboro Boys. He toured with the show regionally to The Old Globe, ACT, The Ahmanson Theatre and The Philadelphia Theatre Company (Barrymore nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical) and performed in the U.K. premiere at the Young Vic more(Little Moe) was in the original Broadway cast of The Scottsboro Boys. He toured with the show regionally to The Old Globe, ACT, The Ahmanson Theatre and The Philadelphia Theatre Company (Barrymore nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Musical) and performed in the U.K. premiere at the Young Vic Theatre in London. Other credits include Hello! My Baby!, Goodspeed Musicals; My One and Only, Marriott Lincolnshire; and Frosty the Snowman, Adventure Theatre. Clinton was a background vocalist on Jason Mraz's Mr. A-Z album. He holds a BFA from Howard University and also trained at CAP21. For Grandma and Reggie.

Dede Ayite

(Costume Designer) has designed sets and costumes for both theater and film. Her past design credits include brownsville song, LCT3; Urban Retreat and Manahatta, Public Studio (The Public Theater); A Raisin in the Sun, California Shakespeare Theater; The Music Man in Concert, Two River/NJPAC; Kurt Metzger, Comedy Central; Adoration of more(Costume Designer) has designed sets and costumes for both theater and film. Her past design credits include brownsville song, LCT3; Urban Retreat and Manahatta, Public Studio (The Public Theater); A Raisin in the Sun, California Shakespeare Theater; The Music Man in Concert, Two River/NJPAC; Kurt Metzger, Comedy Central; Adoration of the Old Woman, INTAR Theatre;Woyzeck, University of Michigan Amherst; Look upon Our Lowliness, The Movement Theatre Company; Fox Shortcoms, FOX Network; Copper Project, Improv Everywhere/BBC America; Last Laugh, soloNOVA Festival; Hollow Roots, The Public UTRF; Mary Stuart, New York University; Holding it Down,Harlem Stage; Vassa, Lee Strasburg Institute; Illmatic, Urban Stages; The Piano Lesson, Yale Repertory Theatre; Smile Orange, Trinidad; and American Schemes at Summer Stage, New York City. Dede has a BA in theater and behavioral neuroscience from Lehigh University and an MFA in design from the Yale School of Drama.

Taylor Daniels

(Assistant Choreographer) is a recent graduate from NYU/Tisch School of the Arts’ Department of Drama's New Studio on Broadway. There, he performed in productions of The Boyfriend, Summertime and Company. Other credits include Violet, Spring Awakening, Ragtime and most recently Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party at Tisch Drama StageWorks. He more(Assistant Choreographer) is a recent graduate from NYU/Tisch School of the Arts’ Department of Drama's New Studio on Broadway. There, he performed in productions of The Boyfriend, Summertime and Company. Other credits include Violet, Spring Awakening, Ragtime and most recently Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party at Tisch Drama StageWorks. He is thrilled to be part ofFive Guys Named Moe at Cleveland Play House, and would like to thank his friends and family for their continued love and support. Without them, none of this would be possible.

Byron Easley

(Choreographer) off-Broadway credits include Langston inHarlem. His regional credits include Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ensemble Theatre Company, Alliance Theatre, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Arizona Theatre Company, Center Stage (Baltimore), Pasadena Playhouse, Hartford Stage, Trinity Repertory Company and Two River Theater Company. Honors include a 2011 Stage Directors and more(Choreographer) off-Broadway credits include Langston inHarlem. His regional credits include Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ensemble Theatre Company, Alliance Theatre, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Arizona Theatre Company, Center Stage (Baltimore), Pasadena Playhouse, Hartford Stage, Trinity Repertory Company and Two River Theater Company. Honors include a 2011 Stage Directors and Choreographers Society Joe A. Callaway Award and an Audelco Award for excellence in choreography for Langston in Harlem and Suzi Bass Awards in choreography for Sophisticated Ladies and Jelly’s Last Jam. Byron is an associate arts professor at NYU/Tisch School of the Arts and the head of dance for musical theater training at the New Studio on Broadway.

John Godbout

(Stage Manager) was Cleveland Play House's resident stage manager from 2001 to 2008 and returned to CPH in the fall of 2011. This past summer, he returned for season 2 of Tantrum Theater in Dublin, Ohio to stage manage Caroline, or Change. John has also stage managed at North more(Stage Manager) was Cleveland Play House's resident stage manager from 2001 to 2008 and returned to CPH in the fall of 2011. This past summer, he returned for season 2 of Tantrum Theater in Dublin, Ohio to stage manage Caroline, or Change. John has also stage managed at North Shore Music Theatre, Capital Repertory Theatre, The Weston Playhouse, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Northern Stage, and Seaside Music Theatre.

Tom Humes

(Assistant Stage Manager) returns to Cleveland Play House where previous stage management work includes These Mortal Hosts, Between Riverside and Crazy, The Mountaintop, The Little Foxes, and Grounded. Assistant stage management work at CPH includes Shakespeare in Love, How I Learned to Drive, All the Way, Steel Magnolias, Ken Ludwig’s more(Assistant Stage Manager) returns to Cleveland Play House where previous stage management work includes These Mortal Hosts, Between Riverside and Crazy, The Mountaintop, The Little Foxes, and Grounded. Assistant stage management work at CPH includes Shakespeare in Love, How I Learned to Drive, All the Way, Steel Magnolias, Ken Ludwig’s A Comedy of Tenors, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Maurice Hines Is Tappin Thru Life, Clybourne Park, Breath and Imagination, A Christmas Story, Woody Sez, Lombardi, and A Night With Janis Joplin. Selected area stage management credits include Rock of Ages, Godspell, The Frogs, Smokey Joe's Café, Avenue Q, Pippin, and Oliver! (Cain Park); Le Nozze di Figaro and Cosi Fan Tutte (The Cleveland Orchestra); Tosca, La Boheme, and Lucia Di Lammermoor (Opera Cleveland); Caroline, or Change (Dobama Theatre and Karamu House); and History Boys (Beck Center for the Arts). He is a proud member of both Actors' Equity Association and International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE). He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a minor in Mathematics from Bowling Green State University.

Darryl G. Ivey

(Music Director) is pleased to return to Cleveland Play House. Originally from Hampton, Virginia, Darryl is now based in New York City. He has been heavily involved in the fields of jazz, rhythm & blues, pop and musical theatre since 1986. He made his Broadway debut as assistant musical director more(Music Director) is pleased to return to Cleveland Play House. Originally from Hampton, Virginia, Darryl is now based in New York City. He has been heavily involved in the fields of jazz, rhythm & blues, pop and musical theatre since 1986. He made his Broadway debut as assistant musical director for Five Guys Named Moe. Darryl has worked with many wonderful people across the spectrum of musical performance artists such as Cab Calloway, Melba Moore, The Boys Choir of Harlem, Phylicia Rashad, Charles McPherson, Regina Belle, Peabo Bryson, Jennifer Holliday, Vanessa Rubin, Carla Cook and T.V. talk show host Rosie O'Donnell.

Alex Jainchill

(Lighting Designer) is a freelance lighting designer based in New York. Selected credits include Five Guys Named Moe and The Mountaintop(associate design), Arena Stage; Bootycandy (associate design), Playwrights Horizons; Punk Rock (associate design), MCC Theater; One Man, Two Guvnors, Cape Repertory Theatre; The Music Man, Two River/NJPAC;clean/through, Catastrophic Theatre; Good more(Lighting Designer) is a freelance lighting designer based in New York. Selected credits include Five Guys Named Moe and The Mountaintop(associate design), Arena Stage; Bootycandy (associate design), Playwrights Horizons; Punk Rock (associate design), MCC Theater; One Man, Two Guvnors, Cape Repertory Theatre; The Music Man, Two River/NJPAC;clean/through, Catastrophic Theatre; Good Breeding, New York University; The Submission, Black Lab Theatre; Ubu Roi, Classical Theatre; and Oblivion(associate design), Westport Country Playhouse.

Lindsay Jones

(Sound Designer) is pleased to return to Cleveland Play House after working on last season’s production of Clybourne Park as well as Ten Chimneys and My Name Is Asher Lev. His Broadway credits include Bronx Bombers and A Time to Kill. Off-Broadway credits include Bootycandy, Playwrights Horizons; Mr. Joy, more(Sound Designer) is pleased to return to Cleveland Play House after working on last season’s production of Clybourne Park as well as Ten Chimneys and My Name Is Asher Lev. His Broadway credits include Bronx Bombers and A Time to Kill. Off-Broadway credits include Bootycandy, Playwrights Horizons; Mr. Joy, LCT3; Wild with Happy, The Public Theater; Top Secret, New York Theatre Workshop; Rx, Primary Stages and many others. Regionally, he has designed for theaters such as Arena Stage, Guthrie Theater, Hartford Stage, Alliance Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Festival, Steppenwolf, Lookingglass Theatre Company and many others. International credits include Stratford Shakespeare Festival (Canada) and Royal Shakespeare Company (England), as well as productions in Austria, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Scotland. Awards include seven Joseph Jefferson Awards and 21 nominations, two Ovation Awards and three nominations, LA Drama Critics Circle Award and three Drama Desk Award nominations, as well as nominations for Helen Hayes, Barrymore and many others. Film scoring credits include Magnolia Pictures’ The Brass Teapot and HBO Films’ A Note of Triumph (2006 Academy Award, Best Documentary).

Louis Jordan

(Composer) was a bandleader in the 1940s who pioneered a wildly popular blend of jazz and blues. The swinging shuffle rhythms played by singer/saxophonist Jordan and his Tympany Five got called “jump blues” or “jumpin’ jive,” and it served as a forerunner of rhythm and blues and rock ‘n’ roll. more(Composer) was a bandleader in the 1940s who pioneered a wildly popular blend of jazz and blues. The swinging shuffle rhythms played by singer/saxophonist Jordan and his Tympany Five got called “jump blues” or “jumpin’ jive,” and it served as a forerunner of rhythm and blues and rock ‘n’ roll. At the height of his career he scored 18 number one hit records and four of his songs are in the Grammy Hall of Fame, which honors recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance. Jordan performed songs that appealed to millions of black and white listeners. Able to "straddle the fence" between these two audiences, Jordan emerged as one of the first successful crossover artists of American popular music.

Robert O'Hara

(Director) received the NAACP Best Director Award for his direction of Eclipsed. He received the 2010 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play for Antebellum and an Obie Award for his direction of the world premiere of the critically acclaimed In the Continuum. He wrote and directed the world premieres more(Director) received the NAACP Best Director Award for his direction of Eclipsed. He received the 2010 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play for Antebellum and an Obie Award for his direction of the world premiere of the critically acclaimed In the Continuum. He wrote and directed the world premieres of Insurrection: Holding History and Bootycandy. Other directing credits include the world premieres of The Brother/Sister Plays (Part 2)and Wild with Happy. He is currently an adjunct professor at NYU/Tisch School of the Arts and the Mellon Playwright in Residence at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company.

Clark Peters

(Playwright) is an actor, singer and writer. He earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Book of a Musical for writing the revue Five Guys Named Moe. As an actor, he has appeared on Broadway in The Iceman Cometh (Theatre World Award) and in the revival of Chicago. Clarke’s London more(Playwright) is an actor, singer and writer. He earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Book of a Musical for writing the revue Five Guys Named Moe. As an actor, he has appeared on Broadway in The Iceman Cometh (Theatre World Award) and in the revival of Chicago. Clarke’s London credits include Guys and Dolls, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, The Passion andDispatches at the Royal National Theatre. His West End credits include Blues in the Night, Porgy and Bess, The Witches of Eastwick and Chicago. In regional theater he has appeared in Driving Miss Daisy, The Wiz, Bubbling Brown Sugar,Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Carmen Jones and The Amen Corner. Clarke is familiar to television viewers for his roles on The Wire, Treme and The Divide. His film credits include Mona Lisa, Notting Hill, Marley & Me, K-Pax andFreedomland. As a director, his credits include Blues for Mr. Charlie, Fascinating Aida, King and Martin Luther.

Clint Ramos

(Scenic Designer) previously designed sets and costumes for Cleveland Play House's The Life of Galileo. Other recent/current credits include the Broadway productions of The Elephant Man and Violet at Roundabout Theatre Company and Here Lies Love in New York and London. Clint also designed sets and costumes for Appropriate at more(Scenic Designer) previously designed sets and costumes for Cleveland Play House's The Life of Galileo. Other recent/current credits include the Broadway productions of The Elephant Man and Violet at Roundabout Theatre Company and Here Lies Love in New York and London. Clint also designed sets and costumes for Appropriate at Signature Theatre Company andBootycandy at Playwrights Horizons. He has been the principal costume designer for the last two seasons of City Center Encores! Off–Center, having designed The Cradle Will Rock, Violet, I’m Getting My Act Together…, Tick, Tick BOOM!, Randy Newman’s Faust and Pump Boys and Dinettes. He has over 100 regional and international design credits. Honors include the 2013 Obie Award for Sustained Excellence, three Lucille Lortel Awards, TDF Irene Sharaff Young Master Award, two American Theater Wing Henry Hewes Awards and a Helen Hayes Award.

Jeremy Alan Richards

(Assistant Director) is happy to return to Cleveland where he graduated from Cleveland School of the Arts and represented his school and city as the National Shakespeare Competition Champion. Jeremy’s previous directing credits include The Wedding Singer, The Three Sisters, The Doctor In Spite of Himself, Tartuffe, The Crucible, more(Assistant Director) is happy to return to Cleveland where he graduated from Cleveland School of the Arts and represented his school and city as the National Shakespeare Competition Champion. Jeremy’s previous directing credits include The Wedding Singer, The Three Sisters, The Doctor In Spite of Himself, Tartuffe, The Crucible, Guys and Dolls, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown and Pippin. All performances were at Brooklyn Friends School, where Jeremy taught theater for seven years. Other awards include National Association for Advancement in the Arts Award winner and Fox Fellowship Award winner. His musical Morgan Street was seen at the 2010 New Professional Theater Writers Festival, the 2010 New Black Theater Fest and the 2010 National Alliance of Musical Theater New Voices Festival, winner of the 2009 Daryl Roth Creative Spirit Award. Jeremy received his MFA from New York University. Go Browns, Cavs & Tribe!

Jeff Sugg

(Projection Designer) is a Brooklyn-based designer and multi-award winner. Select Broadway credits include Macbeth, A Time to Kill, Bring It On and33 Variations. Off-Broadway credits include Fortress of Solitude, The Last Five Years, This Clement World, Tribes, Slug Bearers of Kayrol Island and The Accidental Trilogy. Regional credits include Camp more(Projection Designer) is a Brooklyn-based designer and multi-award winner. Select Broadway credits include Macbeth, A Time to Kill, Bring It On and33 Variations. Off-Broadway credits include Fortress of Solitude, The Last Five Years, This Clement World, Tribes, Slug Bearers of Kayrol Island and The Accidental Trilogy. Regional credits include Camp David and 33 Variations, Arena Stage; Wild with Happy, Baltimore Center Stage; Fortress of Solitude, Dallas Theater Center; and The Mountaintop and Elephant Man, Alley Theatre. His credits in the music world include designs for composer Julia Wolfe, Dave & Chris Brubeck, Natalie Cole, and Prince. Awards include a Lortel, an Obie, a Bessie and two Hewes Awards.

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