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Meet the Cast
Westport Country Playhouse: Red. Regional: The Iceman Cometh (BAM, Goodman Theatre); Red (Goodman Theatre, Arena Stage); American Buffalo (Steppenwolf Theatre, McCarter Theatre); The Actor
(Goodman Theatre); The Book Thief (Steppenwolf Theatre); The Normal Heart (TimeLine
Theatre); The Pride, The Homosexuals, Stupid Kids (About Face Theatre); Escape, The
People’s Temple, Speech & Debate (American Theater Company); Do the Hustle (Writers
Theatre); Cabaret (Drury Lane Theatre); West Side Story (Walnut Street Theatre); Saved!
(Kansas City Repertory Theatre); Into the Woods (Marriott Theatre); Willy Wonka (Chicago
Shakespeare Theater); The Snow Queen (Victory Gardens Theater); Dorian, The Sparrow (The
House Theatre). National Tour: Fosse. Film: Henry Gamble's Birthday Party. Television:
“Chicago Code,” “Chicago Fire.” Select Choreography: Cherrywood (Mary-Arrchie Theatre), We Three
Liza's, Queertopia (About Face Theatre). Mr. Andrews is an ensemble member of American
Theater Company, an artistic associate with About Face Theatre, a member of the Goldmine
Collective, and a member of the queer-electronic-art-pop band BAATHHAUS (baathhaus.com).
Westport Country Playhouse: Flyin' West (Script in Hand playreading), Sing for Your Shakespeare, Into the Woods. First National Tour: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. New York: Pope! An Epic Musical (NYMF), Cheer Wars (York Theatre), Stop the Virgens (St. Ann’s Warehouse), Brush Up Your Shakespeare (92Y). Regional: The Two Gentlemen of Verona (The Old Globe); Camelot (Two River Theater); Dreamgirls (North Shore Music Theater); Dreamgirls (Marriott Lincolnshire Theatre); Ain't Misbehavin' (Milwaukee Repertory Theater); The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Stage 773); Tarzan, Hairspray, State Fair; Big River; All Shook Up (Wagon Wheel Theatre); Goddess (Eugene O'Neill/NMTC). YouTube: A Very Potter Musical/AVPS/AVPSY:AVP3D (Starkid Productions).
Michael De Souza*
Reveler/Squire Dap/Young Page
Off-Broadway: Once Upon a Mattress (Transport Group). NYC Theater: Boys Who Tricked Me (Dixon Place), Corpus (Midtown International Theatre Festival). Regional: A Little Princess (Sacramento Theatre Company), Lysistrata Jones (Meadow Brook Theatre). Readings: The Visitor (The Public Theater); Vestige, Boys Who Tricked Me (Musical Theatre Factory); A Diamond as Big as the Ritz. Opera: The Magic Flute (Bay View), The Elixir of Love (University of Michigan), Rockland (Pine Mountain). Improv: Member of indie team Uncle Taft.
Broadway: Amazing Grace, Hair, South Pacific, Les Misérables. Tours: The Book of Mormon, Hair, South Pacific, Rent, Fame. Workshops/Readings: Bull Durham: The Musical, Untitled Elton John Musical, Atlantis, Freedom Song. Film: Producer on Independent Films Pass the Light and Construction. Mike is also a Co-Producer on the Tony-nominated and Pulitzer Prize-winning play Disgraced as well as Co-Creator of the ongoing series Broadway at the W in NY and LA. B.M. in Music Theatre from Florida State University.
Robert Sean Leonard*
Robert Sean Leonard most recently appeared on stage as ‘Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird at the Barbican Theatre in London. He has performed in the Broadway productions of The Invention of Love (Tony Award); Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Tony nomination); Born Yesterday; The Violet Hour; The Music Man; The Iceman Cometh; Arcadia; Candida (Tony nomination); Philadelphia, Here I Come!; The Speed of Darkness; Breaking the Code; and Brighton Beach Memoirs. His Off-Broadway credits include Prodigal Son, Fifth of July, Sally's Gone, She Left Her Name, The Beach House, You Never Can Tell, and When She Danced. He also appeared in the West End revival of Our Town with Alan Alda at London's Shaftesbury Theatre. Regional credits include King Lear, Pygmalion (The Old Globe), Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Huntington Theatre), Dead End (Williamstown Theatre Festival), and The Glass Menagerie (Center Stage). Born in New Jersey, Mr. Leonard began acting at age 14 at The Public Theater in New York. At 19, he made his film debut in the acclaimed Dead Poets Society. His film credits include Much Ado About Nothing, The Age of Innocence, Mr. & Mrs. Bridge, Swing Kids, Tape, Chelsea Walls, and Whit Stillman’s The Last Days of Disco. He appeared for eight seasons on the Fox medical drama “House.”
Stephen Mark Lukas*
Broadway: The Book of Mormon (Elder Price). National Tour: The Book of Mormon, Little Women (Laurie). Favorite regional credits: Joe Hardy in Damn Yankees (Goodspeed Opera House, CT Critics Circle nom.); Curly in Oklahoma! (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival and Reagle Music Theatre, IRNE and Broadway.com award noms.); Spike in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (John W. Engeman Theater); Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Ogunquit Playhouse); Lucky in Little Me and Lt. Cable in South Pacific (New Orleans Summer Lyric). TV: “Gossip Girl.” Graduate of NYU/ Tisch. Proud member of AEA. Instagram: @smlukas.
Off-Broadway: Lisa and Leonardo (New York Musical Festival), Never Have I Ever (TinyRhino at Joe’s Pub). Regional: Sweeney Todd, Peter and the Starcatcher (Playmakers Repertory Company); South Pacific, Both Your Houses, The Matchmaker, Things We Want (Asolo Repertory Theatre); Sense and Sensibility (Actors Theatre of Louisville). He’s been in A Midsummer Night’s Dream a lot. Film/Web: Never Caesar: Make Rome Great Again, Stages of Stanley, Cinnamon Roll. His favorite role is husband to his wife Nicole. MFA: FSU/Asolo. Proud member AEA and Team Boals. @bistrowen www.briandouglasowen.com
National Tour: Doctor, The Book of Mormon. New York: Cordelia, King Lear (EPBB); Paul, when last we flew (Fringe Encores, GLAAD Award: Best Off-Off Broadway Play). Regional: Edward Adu, My Heart Is the Drum (Village Theatre, Gregory Award Nominee: Outstanding Actor); Seaweed, Hairspray (Drury Lane Theatre); Matt, The Fantasticks (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park). Various play and musical workshops at Manhattan Theatre Club, New York Theatre Workshop, The Public Theater, New Dramatists, National Black Theatre, The Movement Theatre Company. BFA: Carnegie Mellon.
Sana "Prince" Sarr
Downtown Cabaret: Bye, Bye Birdie; Black Rock School: Shrek, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
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