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November 15, 2014 - December 14, 2014


Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Music by Frederick Loewe
Original Production Directed and Staged by Moss Hart
Based on The Once and Future King by T.H. White
Music Direction and Orchestrations by Steve Orich
Choreography by Mark Esposito
Directed by David Lee

Joan and Robert Rechnitz Theater


“The best “Camelot” I’ve seen, hands down.”-  Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal

"a theatrical event that should not be missed.” -

“Innovative, sensual, intellectually and emotionally satisfying” - Talkin’ Broadway 

“a luminous, revelatory, thrilling and thoroughly entertaining production”– NY Theater Now


This modern take on one of the greatest musicals in the American musical theater canon showcases the youth and vitality of King Arthur, Queen Guenevere and Sir Lancelot. The legendary tale—brought to new life by director David Lee (Two River’s Present Laughter & TV’s Frasier and Cheers)— soars with a beloved score of classic songs by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe (My Fair Lady) and is sure to be an audience delight!

  • Camelot's score features hit songs such as "If Ever I Would Leave You", "The Lusty Month of May," and "What Do the Simple Folk Do?"
  • David Lee’s Broadway-bound production of Can-Can opens the 2014/15 Season at the Paper Mill Playhouse.
  • Steve Orich was nominated for a Tony Award (Best Orchestrations) for his work on Broadway's hit musical, Jersey Boys.

Camelot will be performed by an eight-actor ensemble and eight-piece orchestra.

This production will contain a brief moment of nudity. 


Approximate Running Time: 2 hours and 15 minutes (including one intermission)



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Britney Coleman
Britney Coleman


Britney Coleman (Guenevere) is thrilled to be making her Two River Theater debut with Camelot! A native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, she has been seen Off-Broadway in Karen O's Stop the Virgens. Her regional theater credits include The Two Gentlemen of Verona (The Old Globe Theatre), Sing for your Shakespeare (world premiere at Westport Country Playhouse), Into the Woods (co-production Baltimore Center Stage/Westport Country Playhouse), Dreamgirls (Marriott Lincolnshire Theatre), Ain't Misbehavin' (Milwaukee Rep), Dreamgirls (co-production Fulton Opera House/Maine State Music Theatre), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Stage 773), Goddess (Eugene O’Neill Theater Center/ NMTC), Tarzan, Hairspray, State Fair; Big River, All Shook Up (Wagon Wheel Theatre). Original member of Team Starkid: AVPM, AVPS, AVPSY: AVP3D, Twisted: Twisted. BFA Musical Theater, University of Michigan. A huge thanks to Mum, Dad and Al, David, Steve and Mark, Clark, my Harden-Curtis family and the seven incredibly supportive, hilarious and devastatingly handsome fellows I get to revel with eight shows a week.

Ryan G. Dunkin
Ryan G. Dunkin

Sir Sagramore

Ryan G. Dunkin (Sir Sagramore) National Tours: The Buddy Holly Story (Big Bopper) and The Full Monty (Dave). Broadway workshops/readings: Shrek, the Musical and Pure Country. Off-Broadway: Balls…the Musical?; POPart; Drat! The Cat!; Good News. Film/TV: Killing Lincoln, Law & Order: CI, Untitled Improv Comedy Show (MTV); he has appeared in a handful of commercials, a Foursquare print ad seen on subways and busses of NYC. Ryan also has written two original musicals (Careless Love and Hotel Murderk) as well as some plays, a few screenplays, and a bunch of TV shows that his Mom thinks are great. He also teaches and performs musical improv at the Magnet Theatre and the PIT. Original Cast Album of Careless Love can be found on iTunes. Proud AEA/SAG-AFTRA member.

Hunter Ryan Herdlicka
Hunter Ryan Herdlicka


Hunter Ryan Herdlicka (Mordred) is best known from his almost two years starring on Broadway as Henrik in the Tony Award-winning revival of Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music, playing opposite Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury, followed by Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch. Selected recent credits include The Pirates of Penzance (Frederic) at the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, Cabaret (Cliff) at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, The Tempest (Ariel) at the Dallas Theater Center, Fiddler on the Roof (Fyedka) with Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Othello (Clown) with the Utah Shakespearean Festival, Something’s Afoot (Geoffrey) at the Goodspeed Opera House, three seasons with the West Virginia Public Theatre, as well as countless workshops, readings, and concerts in New York working and singing alongside Liza Minnelli, Hugh Jackman, Michael Feinstein, Phyllis Newman, and Nathan Lane, amongst others. Hunter can be seen in the new award-winning documentary, Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me, as well as the return of One Life to Live. He has enjoyed two sold-out runs at New York’s famed nightclub Feinstein’s and recently debuted his new show with a sold out appearance at 54 Below. A 2009 graduate of Carnegie Mellon, Hunter currently resides in Manhattan. Please visit for more.

Kent Overshown
Kent Overshown

Sir Dinadan

Kent Overshown (Sir Dinadan) Tour: The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess (Mingo, the Undertaker; u/s Porgy, Sportin’ Life), Memphis (Wailin’ Joe; u/s Bobby, Delray, Gator). Regional: Casa Mañana, the MUNY, Westchester Broadway Theatre. Endless thanks to friends and family without whose support he wouldn't be here. Dad, this is for you. Proud graduate of the University of Michigan. Go Blue!

Nicholas Rodriguez
Nicholas Rodriguez


Nicholas Rodriguez (Sir Lancelot) is perhaps best known for the role of Nick Chavez on ABC’s One Life to Live, for which he received the GLAAD Media Award and the 2009 Visibility Award. Nicholas made his Broadway debut in Disney’s production of Tarzan. Recently, he starred opposite Kathleen Turner in Mother Courage and Her Children at Arena Stage in Washington, DC, where he also played Freddy in My Fair Lady, Fabrizio in The Light in the Piazza, and Curly in Oklahoma!, for which he received a 2011 Helen Hayes Award for “Best Actor in a Musical.” He originated the role of Aaron in the U.S premiere of The Ten Commandments at the Kodak Theatre. Off-Broadway: The Toxic Avenger: The Musical, Almost Heaven: Songs of John Denver, Colette Collage, and Bajour. Tours: Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita, and Hair. Regional credits include: Les Misérables; Damn Yankees; South Pacific; The King and I; Nefertiti; Cinderella; The Last Five Years; Candide; Love! Valour! Compassion!; and Master Class. He recently debuted his solo show, “The First Time…” at the Orlando Cabaret Festival to rave reviews and made his Carnegie Hall debut in a one-night-only concert of Guys and Dolls. He was seen in Sex and the City 2 and is featured on the film’s soundtrack. When not on stage, Nicholas is the Artistic Director of the Broadway Dreams Foundation ( A native Texan, he holds a BM and MM in Vocal Performance from the University of Texas at Austin.

Parker Slaybaugh
Parker Slaybaugh


Parker Slaybaugh (Tom) is ecstatic to be making his Two River Theater debut alongside this wonderful company! Previous credits include: Hello Dolly! 50th Anniversary Tour Starring Sally Struthers (Barnaby Tucker), Oliver! National Tour (Charley Bates), West Side Story (Baby John), Radio City Christmas Spectacular, The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Peachy Weil), ABC's Disney Parks Christmas Parade Live! (Newsie), The Pajama Game (Prez), CATS (Mistoffelees), Grease (Eugene). Much love to the Two River team, David, Mark, Steve, Cindy Tolan, and my family! For more, visit

Perry Sook
Perry Sook

Sir Lionel

Perry Sook (Sir Lionel) is so excited to be a part of this new take on the classic Camelot! Favorite credits include the National Tour of Shrek the Musical (Shrek); Regional: Sir Galahad in Spamalot!, Bill Sikes in Oliver!, Les Misérables (Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma); Jud Fry in Oklahoma!, Warner in Legally Blonde, Ragtime, Hair (New London Barn Playhouse); International: Featured Soloist in The Night of 1000 Voices (Royal Albert Hall). Perry is so thankful for the support of his family, friends, the University of Oklahoma Weitzenhoffer School of Musical Theatre, and his Nicolosi family. Enjoy the show!

Oliver Thornton
Oliver Thornton


Oliver Thornton (King Arthur) is one of the UK’s leading musical theatre performers. He created the role of Adam/Felicia in the West End’s Olivier Award-winning production of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, for which he himself won two Theatregoers’ Choice Awards. Most recently, Oliver recreated the role of Frank-N-Furter in the 40th Anniversary production of The Rocky Horror Show, which toured the UK and Australia. West End credits include: Adam in Children of Eden, Mark in William Baker’s revival of Rent, Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera, Enjolras in Les Misérables, Harrison in Chicago, Felicia/Adam in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert - The Musical and The 24 Hours Musicals at The Old Vic. Regional and Tours include: Aladdin in Aladdin, Frank-N-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show, Rusty in Andrew Lloyd Webber's The New Starlight Express, The Beast in Beauty and the Beast, Caboose in Starlight Express (Germany) and live performances throughout Europe with Sony BMG's supergroup Teatro and 54 Below (NYC). Film credits include: Leo in Godforsaken and MGM’s De-Lovely. Oliver is thrilled to be playing the role of King Arthur at The Two River Theater, marking his U.S theatrical debut. @oliverrthornton.


Roxanne Bergman (Violin) has performed at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and Madison Square Garden amongst other major venues with organizations such as the Metropolitan Opera, American Ballet Theatre, American Symphony Orchestra, American Composers Orchestra, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, The New York Pops and with artists such as Luciano Pavarotti, Renee Fleming, Itzhak Perlman, Yo-Yo Ma, Joshua Bell, and others. She has performed as concertmaster for Whitney Houston, Kristin Chenoweth, performance artist Björk, Michael Amante (@ Lincoln Center), Smokey Robinson, and performed/toured with Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, Elvis Costello, Tony Bennett, Bernadette Peters, P. Diddy and others. Broadway show performances include: Les Misérables, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, Fiddler on the Roof, Beauty and the Beast, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Gypsy, Phantom of the Opera and others. Recordings for television, film, radio, compact disc: Sony, Deutsche Grammophon, RCA, Columbia, DreamWorks, HBO, PBS and others.

Alan Brady (Reed 2) recently performed with Two River Theater in their successful run of The Music Man at Two River and NJPAC. Other recent projects include a well-reviewed run at 54 Below in NYC with Emily Bergl, and an upcoming performance at the legendary Deer Head Inn with the Derwyn Holder Ensemble. He is also a frequent performer with the Garden State Philharmonic, Westfield Symphony (NJ Festival Orchestra), and the NE PA Symphony Orchestra; recently played with the Verismo Opera Company (La Bohème); and has played on many shows at The Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn. He has performed with legendary performers such as Ray Charles, Bernadette Peters, Tommy Tune, Bob Hope, Joan Rivers, and many others.

Leo Huppert (Bass) earned his B.M. in Studio Music & Jazz and M.M. in Jazz Bass Performance from the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami. Broadway: Violet, Radio City Christmas Spectacular 2011/2012, Jersey Boys 1st & 2nd Nat’l Tours, In the Heights, Cinderella, Sister Act, Annie and others. Off-Broadway: Tommy Tune: White Tie & Tails, Once Around the City. Cabaret: performances with Sutton Foster, Joshua Henry @ Joe’s Pub, Andrea Marcovicci, Leslie Uggams, 92nd St. Y Lyrics & Lyricists. Rock/Pop: David Clayton-Thomas and Blood, Sweat & Tears, Eileen Ivers, Bobby Caldwell’s Blue Condition Big Band. Soundtracks: HBO, ESPN, PBS.

Simon Hutchings (Reed 1), originally from London, now resides in New York. Previously, he was one of the most in-demand woodwind performers in Florida, where he performed with visiting entertainers and touring Broadway musicals including Marie Osmond, the Four Tops, Aretha Franklin, Chicago, Wicked, and Spamalot. Simon has enjoyed a diverse career to date, having performed with groups such as the Phoenix Symphony, USAF Falconaires, and Naples Philharmonic. He is also an accomplished chamber musician, having performed for six years with the Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet, and as a founding member of both the Areté Woodwind Doubling Quartet and the Helios Saxophone Quartet. Simon has seen success in several national and international music competitions including the Fischoff (Gold Medal,) Coleman (1st Prize,) and Monterey Bay (1st Prize) Chamber Music Competitions, and the BBC Radio 2 Young Musician Competition (runner-up.) He can be heard on several CD recordings including EnTangoment - Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet, Trinity Fair - Trinity College of Music Big Band, and Big Band Classics - Craig Turley Orchestra.

Vivian Israel (Cello) grew up in Manhattan and at age 21 became principal cellist and Musical Advisor with the Haifa Symphony in Israel, where she remained for six years. Since 1983 she has been a member of the Long Island Philharmonic, where she shares the principal cello seat and is a leader of the children’s educational outreach program. She has also been an active member of the Broadway musical scene with such greats as Les Misérables, Carousel, Ragtime, The Boy from Oz with Hugh Jackman, La Cage aux Folles, Gypsy, and West Side Story. She performs regularly with varied chamber groups in New York and has appeared with such great musical stars as Luther Vandross on a six-week tour of the United States, Ray Charles at Carnegie Hall, Diana Ross in Concert, Stevie Nicks at the Meadowlands in New Jersey, and Art Garfunkel in his Animals’ Christmas Special composition. She recorded a nine-track CD with her ethnic folk jazz band, Skylight.

Dan McMillan (Drums/Percussion), a Monmouth County native (Freehold), studied at Mannes College of Music, BM, MM. Orchestras include the Brooklyn Philharmonic, Princeton Symphony, and Long Island Philharmonic. Broadway: West Side Story (2009 revival), A Chorus Line (2006 revival), The Boy from Oz with Hugh Jackman. He was Associate Producer and drummer for Silence! The Musical. On screen: Music and Lyrics with Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore. Recordings include the Grammy-winning West Side Story revival cast, Stephen Schwartz’s Children of Eden, and Douglas J. Cohen’s No Way to Treat a Lady. He proudly plays Pearl Drums, Paiste Cymbals and Yamaha Concert Percussion. Member of Local 802, American Federation of Musicians.

Marshall Sealy (French Horn) has performed extensively in a broad range of genres, styles and venues, including classical, Broadway and pit orchestras. He has worked with Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis, Jr., Alvin Ailey Dance Company, Opera Company of Boston, Les Miserables Brass Band, Aardvark Jazz Orchestra, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King and Evita (national tour). He has been a soloist with the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra, Plovdiv Symphony (Bulgaria) and United States Air Force Band, and has performed with Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, Philadelphia Orchestra and Orchestra Filarmonica de Jalisco (Mexico), and with Lester Bowie, Ray Charles, and Paquito D’Rivera. He has appeared with the live television orchestras of the Essence Awards, Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, and Whitney Houston HBO Special. He has recorded with Les Miserables Brass Band, Anthony Braxton, J.J. Johnson, Max Roach, Taj Mahal, Michael Jackson, Jay-Z and Isaac Hayes (1999 film Shaft). Marshall has recently completed his new solo horn album, “Horn Song.”


Alan Jay Lerner (1918-1986) and Frederick Loewe (1901-1988) Lyricist/Librettist & Composer wrote some of the most enduring classics of the American musical theater. Born in New York City, Alan Jay Lerner was a Harvard-educated writer who had collaborated with writers such as Leonard Bernstein while in college. Unable to serve in World War II due to a boxing injury that blinded him in one eye, he instead wrote scripts for radio plays. In 1942, he was introduced to an Austrian composer named Frederick Loewe while at the Lamb’s Club, a theatrical hangout in New York City. Loewe, a former piano prodigy in his native Berlin, was looking for a writing partner with whom he could achieve his dream of writing Broadway shows. Lerner and Loewe teamed up, and together they wrote many musicals including Brigadoon (1947), Paint Your Wagon (1951), My Fair Lady (1956), Gigi (1958), and Camelot (1960), Lerner writing the books and lyrics, Loewe the music. After Camelot Loewe retired and Lerner went on to collaborate with a series of different composers including Burton Lane, with whom he wrote On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (1965). With this exception, none of Lerner’s later collaborations were as successful as the musicals he wrote with Frederick Loewe. In 1973, Lerner coaxed Loewe out of retirement to write a musical film adaptation of the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry novel The Little Prince.

David Lee (Director) most recently directed Can-Can at Paper Mill Playhouse and Nöel Coward’s Present Laughter at Two River Theater. He has directed productions of Light Up the Sky, Do I Hear a Waltz?, 110 in the Shade, Diva, Can-Can (Ovation Award—Best Director), Camelot, and Art (Pasadena Playhouse); the world premiere of How I Fell in Love (Williamstown Theatre Festival); On the 20th Century, Assassins, Company, A New Brain, Applause, Working, Forum, Zorba (Ovation nominee—Best Director), Elegies, Two By Two, and Gigi (Reprise). In 2007 he directed the acclaimed production of South Pacific at the Hollywood Bowl with Reba McEntire and Brian Stokes Mitchell. He is currently writing a musical based on the life of the silent-movie star William Haines called Wisecracker. David is also a nine-time Emmy Award-winning director, writer, and producer for television. He is the co-creator of Wings and Frasier, for which he also wrote, produced, and directed; he served as writer/producer for Cheers and directed multiple episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond. In addition to 19 Emmy nominations, he is the recipient of the Directors Guild Award, Golden Globe, Producers Guild Award, GLAAD Media Award, British Comedy Award, Television Critics Association Award (three times), the Humanitas Prize (twice), and the Peabody Award.

Mark Esposito (Choreography) has choreographed for theater, television, commercials, and videos. His work has been seen at Pasadena Playhouse (Camelot), the Hollywood Bowl (South Pacific with Reba McEntire), the Reprise Series in Los Angeles (Applause), La Mirada Theatre, Musical Theatre West, Sacramento Music Circus, Universal Studios, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Pittsburgh Playhouse, Music Theatre of Wichita, North Shore Music Theatre (Massachusetts), Bass Hall and Casa Mañana (Texas), Blowing Rock Stage Company (North Carolina), Ogunquit Playhouse (Maine), Globus Theatre Company in Russia and the York Theatre Company and Signature Theatre in New York. Mark has served as Associate director and choreographer for The Radio City Music Hall Christmas Show and as chorographer for Yuletide Celebration starring Sandi Patti with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Mark has performed in over 16 Broadway and National Tours including The Music Man; West Side Story; Brigadoon; Pippin; A Chorus Line; Jerome Robbins’ Broadway; Cats; Guys and Dolls; Damn Yankees; Marilyn, An American Fable; and The American Dance Machine among others. Mark has been on faculty at University of Michigan and has guest taught or choreographed at New York University, UCLA, University of Arizona , Point Park College in PA and at AMDA in Los Angeles.

Steve Orich (Music Direction and Orchestrations) received a Tony nomination for his Orchestrations for Jersey Boys. Off-Broadway: Snoopy, Personals, A Good Swift Kick, Potholes, NYC Street Show. National Tours: Annie, Godspell, A Class Act. Regional: Musical Director and/or Orchestrator at Paper Mill Playhouse (Can-Can), Pasadena Playhouse (Do I Hear a Waltz?, A Class Act, 110 in the Shade, Plaid Tidings, Can-Can), Geffen Playhouse (Paint Your Wagon), Mark Taper Forum (The Great American Songbook), Hollywood Bowl (Bernstein's Mass), La Jolla Playhouse (Jersey Boys), TheatreWorks (Snapshots, A Christmas Memory), Asolo Rep (Pulse), Goodman Theatre (Turn of the Century), Goodspeed Opera House (You Never Know, Both Barrels, Snapshots), Dorset Theatre Festival (You Never Know), Northlight Theatre (Snapshots) and Pioneer Theatre (Paint Your Wagon). As a composer, he has written music for numerous television series, specials, and documentaries including the ACE Award-winning Mo' Funny (HBO), All About Bette Davis (TNT), Bob Hope...Laughing with the Presidents (NBC), and the award-winning documentary Jackie Onassis: An Intimate Portrait (PBS/Lifetime). He has orchestrated and/or conducted albums for singers like Helen Reddy, Petula Clark, Debbie Gravitte, Judy Kaye and Deborah Gibson, as well as the Grammy-winning cast album for Jersey Boys. His orchestrations have been performed by the National Symphony, Boston Pops, BBC Orchestra, and at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the White House and around the world.

Scott Bradley (Scenic Design) Debut with Two River Theater. Recent openings: A Walk in the Woods at the Clurman on Theatre Row, Days Like Today by Laura Eason and Alan Schmuckler (Writers Theatre in Chicago), The Grapes of Wrath (Asolo Rep), The Servant of Two Masters (Delaware Rep), Sense and Sensibility (Milwaukee Rep). Currently designing Much Ado About Nothing (Oregon Shakespeare Fest). Notable productions: world premiere of Samuel D. Hunter's A Great Wilderness (Seattle Rep), Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl and The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci by Mary Zimmerman, both Lucille Lortel nominations (Second Stage), Silk written and directed by Mary Zimmerman (Goodman Theatre, Joseph Jefferson Award), Incident at Vichy (Samuel Beckett Theatre), premieres of August Wilson’s Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Drama Desk Award for Best Set Design), and Seven Guitars at the Goodman and on Broadway (Tony nomination and Drama Desk Award for Best Set Design).

Tilly Grimes (Costume Design) is a European stage designer currently working between London, Paris, and New York. Awards include the Balsamo Grand for Emerging Immigrant Artists, the Irish Arts Design Award, and Irish Times Theatre Award. American theater: Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Westport Country Playhouse, Trinity Repertory Company, Boston Lyric Opera, La MaMa, Shakespeare on the Sound, Ars Nova, Clubbed Thumb, New World Stages, HERE Arts Center, New Georges, Cherry Lane Theatre, The Juilliard School, and the Curtis Institute. She previously designed Two River’s productions of As You Like It, Present Laughter and Henry V and is delighted to be back at “team two river.” Tilly is also co-artistic director of London/Parisian Theatre Company ‘SavageCharm’ and teaching artist at Brown University. She received her MFA from NYU Tisch.

Michael Gilliam (Lighting Designer) Broadway: Bonnie and Clyde, Brooklyn, Big River, Stand-Up Tragedy. The West End: Gershwin Alone. Off-Broadway: The Best Is Yet to Come, Striking 12, Blue, End of the World Party, Zooman and the Sign, Menopause: The Musical. National Tours: Looped, Peter Pan, Brooklyn, Guys and Dolls, Big River. His work has been seen in many of the country’s regional theaters including Arena Stage, Alley Theatre, The Globe Theatres, Mark Taper Forum, La Jolla Playhouse, Seattle Repertory, Goodman Theatre, The Guthrie Theater, Pasadena Playhouse, Geffen Playhouse, The Kennedy Center, Ford’s Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Prince Music Theater, Denver Center, Arizona Theatre Company, and Paper Mill Playhouse. Among his awards are Los Angeles Ovation Awards, Dramalogue Awards, Garland Awards, San Diego Critics’ Circle Awards and the 1999 Career Achievement Award from the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle.

Acme Sound Partners (Sound Designer) has designed sound for over 30 Broadway shows since 2000 including: The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (2012 revival, Tony nomination, Drama Desk Award), Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (Tony nomination, Drama Desk Award), The Merchant of Venice (Drama Desk nomination), Fences (2010 revival, Tony nomination), Ragtime (2009 revival, Drama Desk Award), Bye Bye Birdie (2009 revival), Hair (2009 revival, Tony nomination), In the Heights (Tony nomination, Drama Desk nomination), Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Legally Blonde, A Chorus Line (2006 revival), Drowsy Chaperone (Drama Desk nomination), Monty Python’s Spamalot, Avenue Q, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Fiddler on the Roof (2004 revival) and Baz Luhrmann’s La Bohème (Drama Desk Award, Ovation Award). Acme is Tom Clark, Mark Menard and Sten Severson.

J. Steven White (Fight Direction) is pleased to return to Two River (where he previously fight directed On Borrowed Time and As You Like It) and to be working again with his former colleagues from productions at The Public Theater, where his fight work has been seen in 22 shows including Julius Caesar, The Taming of the Shrew, Macbeth, King Lear, A Language of Their Own, and Cymbeline with Liev Schreiber and Michael C. Hall, whom Mr. White trained at NYU Graduate Acting. Broadway credits include The Pillowman, Bombay Dreams, Uncle Vanya, A View from the Bridge, Golden Child, The Lion in Winter, All My Sons, as well as Shogun: The Musical (Assistant Director). His fights have been seen on the stages of every major New York theater including MTC, CSC, Playwrights Horizons, Roundabout, and the Irish Repertory Theatre. He has worked at McCarter on six productions including The Convert most recently. Mr. White spent 11 seasons at American Conservatory Theater, where he began his teaching career 43 years ago. He is on the faculties of the Stella Adler Studio and the Graduate Acting Program at NYU-Tisch. He wants to go on record that he is in love with Red Bank and the Jersey Shore.

Adam Caldwell (Casting) works with Cindy Tolan. Broadway: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Betrayal, Cinderella, The Performers, Lysistrata Jones, Relatively Speaking, That Championship Season, A View from the Bridge, All My Sons, Avenue Q, and Xanadu. Previous productions with Vineyard Theatre, Bay Street, Dallas Theater Center, Playwrights Horizons, The Public Theater, and Lincoln Center Theater. Film: This Is Where I Leave you, The Place Beyond the Pines, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Winter's Tale, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, Blue Valentine, Another Happy Day, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Letters to Juliet, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, Starting Out in the Evening, Death of a President, The Darjeeling Limited. Upcoming films: Gods Behaving Badly. Television: Odd Mom Out, Deadbeat, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Flight of the Conchords, Fringe, The Return of Jezebel James, and multiple HBO pilots. Member of CSA.

Samantha Flint (Production Stage Manager) Two River Theater: Debut. Broadway: Venus in Fur (Manhattan Theatre Club). Off Broadway: HIM (Primary Stages); Measure for Measure, JUMP, In the Wake, The Winter’s Tale, The Brother/Sister Plays (The Public Theater). Regional: June Moon, The Visit (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Somewhere (Hartford Stage); The Winter’s Tale, Herringbone, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, Twelfth Night, The Brother/Sister Plays (McCarter Theatre Center); The Playboy of the Western World (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey); Avenue Q, Next to Normal (Adirondack Theatre Festival); Barefoot in the Park (Bucks County Playhouse). Education: The Theatre School at DePaul University.


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