The Theatre Will Survive
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We’re excited to present the cast of illustrious performers who are part of the music video “The Theatre Will Survive,” a benefit for The Actors Fund. The video will be premiered on Monday, August 31 at 7 pm EST hosted by TheaterPizzazz.com with talented songwriters – – lyricist Michael Colby and composer/orchestrator Ned Paul Ginsburg,
Douglas Ramirez of The Actors Fund will be on board with the many Broadway voices from the cast who have generously offered their talents on the video. All will be LIVE at MetropolitanZoom for a Q & A chat immediately following the video reveal. Register Now for $20 Tickets and to make a donation – all monies go to The Actors Fund!
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MEET THE PERFORMERS AND CREATIVES
Richard Jay-Alexander most recently directed For The Girls on Broadway, starring Kristin Chenoweth. As an actor/singer/dancer, he made his Broadway debut in Luis Valdez’ play Zoot Suit at the Winter Garden Theatre in 1979, was in the original Broadway cast of Amadeus alongside Ian McKellen and Tim Curry, worked on Song & Dance with Bernadette Peters and the revival of Oliver! starring Ron Moody and Patti LuPone. Richard is widely known for his 12 years working with Cameron Mackintosh as Executive Director of his North American company staging 11 productions of Les Miserables, executive produced Les Miz, The Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon, Five Guys Named Moe and Sondheim’s Putting It Together. In the recording industry he’s worked with the greatest artists in the world: Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler, Mandy Gonzalez, Ricky Martin, Lea Salonga, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Russell Watson, Il Divo, Il Volo, Betty Buckley, The Broadway Kids (where he met Ned Ginsburg), Chris Botti, Lea Michele, Norm Lewis, Chris Mann, Johnny Mathis, Melissa Errico, Well-Strung, Desmond Child, Donny & Marie, Jennifer Leigh Warren, Bernadette Peters, Deborah Voigt, Deborah Cox , Sam Harris and the late Polly Bergen. Dubbed by Lisa Sharkey, at Harper Collins, “The Diva Whisperer.” Last year, he directed Porgy and Bess for South Florida Symphony Orchestra. Richard proudly serves on the Executive Board of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Christine Andreas: Broadway: Tony Nominations – Oklahoma!, On Your Toes. Broadway revival La Cage Aux Folles, The Scarlet Pimpernel. Theatre World Award – My Fair Lady. National tours: The Light in the Piazza. Collaboration with her husband, Grammy nominated producer & composer Martin Silvestri and writer Joel Higgins led to her West End debut starring in their musical The Fields of Ambrosia Concerts: Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Café Carlyle, Feinsteins/54 Below – garnering a Mabel Mercer Award and 2016 Bistro Award for Ongoing Artistry in Concert and Cabaret; concerts London, Paris, Rome, Australia and the White House. TV: Law & Order: SVU, The Cosby Show, PBS’ msical Comedy Tonight, Another World, Mia, Child of Hollywood. Recordings: Love is Good, Here’s to the Ladies and The Carlyle Set. Her most recent show, PIAF-No Regrets was recorded in London w/a 36-piece orchestra and is now available both on CD and in a limited edition collectors vinyl release.
Sarah Uriarte Berry Broadway debut: Les Misérables (Eponine), Beauty and the Beast (Belle w/Donny Osmond), Taboo (Nicola w/Boy George), The Light in the Piazza (Originated Franca-Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Noms-Outstanding Featured, and Live From Lincoln Ctr.), Cinderella for New York City Opera w/Eartha Kitt, Next to Normal, End of The Rainbow. Other Noteable: Sunset Boulevard (Betty w/Petula Clark), Royal National Carousel (Julie w/Patrick Wilson) A Little Night Music (Kennedy Center), Bernstein’s Mass at Carnegie Hall (soloist), Sondheim on Sondheim (Hollywood Bowl w/Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jonathan Groff), Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 4 (“St. Jellorica”). Proud UCLA graduate. More recently she has been doing weekly porch concerts for her neighbors during stay-at-home orders in Southern California! Instagram- iamsarahuriarteberry
Christina Bianco’s singular voice and comedic charm have brought audiences around the world to their feet. Bianco captured international acclaim as a YouTube sensation with her ‘diva’ impression videos, gaining over 25 million views and has appeared on major television programs such as The Ellen Degeneres Show & The Today Show. A two-time Drama Desk Award nominee, Bianco made her West End debut in Forbidden Broadway. New York credits include, The Marvelous Wonderettes, Application Pending (Drama Desk nom), Newsical the Musical, and Forbidden Broadway Goes To Rehab (Drama Desk nom.) Most recently, Christina played the iconic role of Fanny Brice at the Theatre Marigny’s celebrated production of Funny Girl in Paris, earning unanimous rave reviews. Christina has performed her critically acclaimed concerts across the U.S., the UK, South Africa and in Australia at The Sydney Opera House. She frequently performs with US and Canadian symphony orchestras, recently debuting her solo symphonic concert, The Woman Of A Thousand Voices. Her live album, Life Of The Party, was released last year. www.christinabianco.com @XtinaBianco1
Chuck Cooper won the Tony award for his performance in Cy Coleman’s The Life. He has been featured in 16 Broadway shows in every theatrical genre from Shakespeare to musical comedy. His most recent guest starring TV appearances include “Little Voice,” “New Amsterdam,” “City on a Hill,” “Power,” “Ghost,” “The Good Wife,” “House of Cards,” “Madam Secretary,” and “Bluff City Law.” Other awards: The Lucille Lortel Award, The San Diego Critics’ Circle Award, two Audelco Awards, one Outer Critics Circle, and two Drama Desk Nominations. His favorite role is Eddie, Alex and Lilli’s father. He is gratefully married to playwright Deborah Brevoort. www.chuckcooper.net.
Marc de la Cruz – Broadway: Hamilton (Ensemble, u/s Hamilton, Burr, Laurens/Philip, King George), If/Then (OBC). Off-Broadway: Ordinary Days (Keen Company), Three Days to See (Transport Group/International; If/Then, Disney’s High School Musical, Where Elephants Weep. Regional: Vietgone, Next to Normal, Making Tracks; work with Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre, Village Theatre, ReAct, Northwest Asian American Theatre.
Robert Cuccioli: Broadway: Jekyll & Hyde (Tony nomination, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, FANY and Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Awards), Les Miserables, and Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. Off-Broadway last season Robert was seen in Red Bull’s production of The White Devil and as Caesar in the Gingold Group’s production of Caesar & Cleopatra. Both were the NY Times’ Critic’s Pick. Pre-shutdown, Robert was in rehearsal for A Touch of the Poet at Irish Rep. www.robertcuccioli.com
George Dvorsky – Broadway: Title role in The Scarlet Pimpernel, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Passion, Marilyn: An American Fable and The Best Little Whorehouse. National Tour: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Off-Broadway: The Fantasticks, Closer Than Ever, Pete n’ Keely, Dames at Sea, And the World Goes Round. George starred in the NYC Premiere of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella as Prince Charming at Lincoln Center. TV: Madam Secretary. His solo CDs are available on JAY Records. www.georgedvorsky.net Instagram: gjdgram
Anita Gillette has appeared in fourteen Broadway shows: Chapter Two (Tony Nom), They’re Playing Our Song, Carnival, Mr.President, Jimmy, Gypsy, Brighton Beach Memoirs, to name a few. Feature Films: Moonstruck, She’s The One, Boys On The Side, Larger Than Life, Hiding Victoria, 3 Hallmark Hall Of Fame films, Bob Roberts, etc. TV: Bell Telephone Hour (5), Ed Sullivan, (4), Quincy, Normal Ohio, Pyramid, What’s My Line, To Tell The Truth, Password, Almost Grown, Search For Tomorrow. Cabaret: Two MAC Awards including 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award, Bistro Award. She has played Birdland, London’s Crazy Coqs, Feinsteins/54 Below, Metropolitan Room, Cape May Playhouse, London’s St. James Studio, etc. Anita teaches a master class at Duke University occasionally as well.
Jason Graae recently played The Wizard of Oz in the National Tour of Wicked.(Broadway) A Grand Night For Singing, Falsettos, Stardust, Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up? (Off- Broadway) Forever Plaid, Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh (Drama Desk Nomination- Best Actor) Olympus On My Mind, Snoopy!, Michael Colby’s Tales of Tinseltown, Spamilton. Winner of LA Drama Critics Circle Award, LA Ovation Award, 2 Nightlife Awards, 4 Bistros. TV- Voice of Lucky the Leprechaun for Lucky Charms Cereal, Friends, Frasier, Six Feet Under, Sabrina, Rude Awakening, etc.
Ann Harada is best known for Avenue Q (Christmas Eve) on Broadway and in London’s West End. Other Bway: Cinderella (Charlotte) Les Miserables, (Mme. Thenardier), 9 TO 5, Seussical, and M. Butterfly. Off-Bway: Emojiland, Pacific Overtures, Brooklynite, Dropping Gumballs on Luke Wilson. TV: Smash, Blue Bloods, House of Cards, Master of None, Younger, 30 Rock, The Good Wife, Jim Gaffigan Show.. Nominated for a 2020 Indie Series Award for Best Guest Supporting Actress for Indoor Boys. Film: Sisters, Hope Springs, Admission. Twitter: @annharada Insta: @iamannharada
Leah Hocking: Broadway: The Last Ship, Billy Elliot (and National Tour, Helen Hayes nomination) Mamma Mia!, Hairspray, All Shook Up, Dance of the Vampires, The Wild Party, Jekyll and Hyde, Grease, Guys and Dolls. Other NYC: The Mad Ones, The Most Happy Fella at New York City Opera, The Thing About Men and Forbidden Broadway. Film and television: Law and Order, Whoopi, Across the Universe, Bernard and Huey, The Pilgrim. Mother of talented and gorgeous Mabel Hocking L’Ecuyer.
Judy Kaye is a two-time Tony Award recipient (Phantom of the Opera and Nice Work If You Can Get It). She has been nominated twice more for Mamma Mia! and for the melodically challenged Florence Foster Jenkins in Souvenir. She is currently playing the role of Queen Elizabeth in Diana, a true musical story. In a career spanning five decades, Ms. Kaye has played roles ranging from Lily Garland in On the Twentieth Century, Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd to Rizzo in Grease, as well leading roles in Cinderella, Wicked and Anastasia, all on Broadway. She has many recordings to her credit, and has an active concert and cabaret career, singing with major symphony orchestras across the country and in Europe. She is the voice of Kinsey Millhone in the Sue Grafton alphabet mystery series for Penguin Random House.
Jeff Keller: 9 Broadway shows; Phantom of the Opera , Candide, Fiddler On The Roof, The Roast, The 1940’s Radio Hour, Sunday In The Park With George, One Night Stand, Dance A Little Closer, A Christmas Carol. Off Broadway: Charlotte Sweet, Personals. Concerts with symphony orchestras. Concerts in Brazil. Drama Desk Nomination. San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award. Soap Operas. Lots of other stuff.
Eddie Korbich appeared on Broadway in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, A Christmas Story, The Little Mermaid, The Drowsy Chaperone (Drama Desk nomination), After the Night and the Music, Wicked, Seussical, Carousel, Singin’ in the Rain, and Sweeney Todd. Off-Broadway credits include Assassins, Godspell, The Gifts of the Red Menace, A Little Night Music, and Eating Raoul. He appeared regionally in The Gamester (St. Louis Rep), Dracula (North Shore), 3hree (Ahmanson), George M, and Man of La Mancha. He toured nationally as Frank in Showboat (dir. Harold Prince). Film/television credits include The Deuce; Law & Order; New York Undercover; Out of the Box; Deadbeat; Elementary; Mysteries of Laura; Jennifer 8; and Quiz Show. Cartoon fans may recognize his voice from voice Nickelodeon’s Doug and PB & J Otter. He received the 2000 Obie Award for Taking a Chance on Love (York Theatre).
Michael McCormick : Broadway: Wicked, Hello Dolly, Champlin, Elf, Curtains, The Grinch/Xmas, The Pajama Game, Kiss Me Kate, 1776, Gypsy, Marie Christine, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, La Bete. National tours: LA Cage, The Producers, Les Miserables, Kiss/Spiderwoman. Off-Broadway: Fly By Night, Tin Pan Alley Rag, A Man of No Importance, among others. TV: House of Cards, The Good Wife, Orange is The New Black, all three Law and Order series. Film: Pretty Bird, A Very Serious Person, The Producers. He has recorded18 original Broadway and Off-Broadway cast albums. Michael made his Broadway debut in1965 in Oliver!
International Award Winning Singer N’Kenge, was called “Electrifying” by the NY Post in the role of Mary Wells that she originated in Broadway’s Smash Hit Motown: The Musical. Berry Gordy describes N’Kenge as “the most versatile artist I know.” N’Kenge was recently seen on National TV singing the National Anthem at Madison Square Garden and will return to Broadway in the Spring of 2021 in the revival of Caroline, or Change in the role of THE MOON. N’Kenge is excited to star as “Jazz” in John Introcaso & Michael Colby’s Broadway bound Musical Dangerous. She has performed around the globe headlining symphonic concerts and is the star of the Broadway bound musical based on the life of Dorothy Dandridge. For recordings and concert tours visit nkengemusic.com.
Barry Pearl, best known for his portrayal of “Doody” in Paramount’s iconic hit film, Grease, began his professional acting career over 58 years ago co-starring as “Randolph McAfee” in the original Broadway production of Bye Bye Birdie. Other credits include: Broadway- Oliver!, A Teaspoon Every Four Hours, Lenny’s Back, The Producers and Baby It’s You! Regional & Tour – Ragtime, Cheers:Live On Stage, Twelve Angry Men, Hairspray, Happy Days: A New Musical, Noises Off, The Immigrant. TV – Grease-Live, House, Criminal Minds, Days of Our Lives, ER. Film – My Favorite Martian, Avenging Angel, The Newest Pledge and the newly released, The Silent Natural. Barry also produces and directs and for the last six years has been teaching film arts to the special needs community all over the country with Joey Travolta’s Inclusion Film Company. Follow Barry on Facebook and on Instagram at: barry_pearl_la.
Gabriella Pizzolo made waves appearing in the season 3 finale of the hit Netflix series Stranger Things as Suzie. Her Broadway debut was at age 10 as the title role in Matilda the Musical. The following year, she played Small Alison in the Tony winning Broadway musical Fun Home. One proud moment while representing Fun Home was singing for Michelle Obama for Broadway at the White House (TLC). Other TV credits include Beaches (Lifetime), Braindead (CBS), and Butterbean’s Cafe (Nickelodeon).
Stephanie Pope – actress, singer, dancer, writer, voice over artist, producer and musical theater veteran with a career spanning over 35 years. She recently received Connecticut Critics Circle and Regional Theater Award nominations for her portrayals of Camila Rosario in Lin Manuel-Miranda’s In The Heights at Playhouse on Park Theater and Tanya in North Carolina Theater’s production of Mama Mia! Broadway/Touring Credits: Pippin (Astaire Award nomination, ACCA Award, Legacy Robe), Chicago, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Fosse, Smokey Joe’s Café, A Funny Thing…Forum, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Jelly’s Last Jam, The Will Rogers Follies. She’s shared the stage with such luminaries as Chita Rivera, Ben Vereen, Donna McKechnie, MariLu Henner, Gregory Hines, Brian ‘Stokes’ Mitchell, Nathan Lane. Recordings Jelly’s Last Jam, A Funny Thing Happened…,Now’s the Time to Fall in Love, Our Heart Sings, Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens, Everybody’s Getting Into the Act,. When not performing, writing or teaching hot yoga, Stephanie enjoys spending quality time with husband Aarne Lofgren and their daughter Mari.
Faith Prince – Broadway: audiences since winning the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance as “Ms. Adelaide” in Guys and Dolls; Disaster! The Musical. Starred as the scheming, irascible “Miss Hannigan” in the Broadway revival of Annie. In 2008, she was nominated for Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for A Catered Affair. Other Broadway credits include The Little Mermaid, Bells are Ringing (Tony, DD, OCC noms), Nick & Nora (OCC Award), Jerome Robbins’ Broadway (Tony, DD noms), Little Me, The Dead, and Noises Off. Faith starred in the world premiere of Terrence McNally’s Unusual Acts of Devotion and in the national tour of the Broadway hit Billy Elliott. She played the iconic role of “Brenda” in the new musical version of the hit movie First Wives Club (Chicago). Faith currently recurs on the ABC hit series Modern Family. Her new album, Total Faith, was recorded at the Royal Room in the Colony Hotel in Palm Beach and released by Broadway Records. Her award-winning album, A Leap of Faith, was recorded at Joe’s Pub.
Courtney Reed was last seen in Lauren Yee’s award winning play Cambodian Rock Band at The Signature Theatre. She originated the role of ‘Princess Jasmine’ in Disney’s smash Broadway hit Aladdin, directed by Casey Nicholaw. She had the honor of being a part of the closing cast of the Tony Award Winning Musical In The Heights, in which she played ‘Carla,’ u/s ‘Nina’ and ‘Vanessa.’ She made her Broadway debut in Mamma Mia! Favorite Regional: ‘Andrea’ in Once on This Island at Papermill Playhouse directed by Thomas Kail. Television: Liza on Demand, Search Party, The Affair, Law & Order: SVU, White Collar,NYC 22, and CSI: NY. She will also be appearing in the upcoming Drake Doremus Film “Endings, Beginnings,” starring Shailene Woodley. She is a proud graduate of the Theatre Conservatory of The CCPA at Roosevelt University. Twitter/Instagram/Snapchat: @RhodesReed
Timothy (T) Oliver Reid: Broadway credits include Hadestown, Once on This Island, Sunset Boulevard, After Midnight, Sister Act, Mary Poppins, The Wedding Singer, La Cage Aux Folles, Chicago, Never Gonna Dance, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Follies, and Kiss Me Kate. His film and TV credits includeSex & The City, Girls, Mercy. Among other honors, Tim received MAC Awards for Debut Artist-Male and Male Vocalist, and the Mabel Mercer Foundation’s Julie Wilson Award.
Steve Rosen is a writer and an actor based out of NYC, most recently seen in The Other Josh Cohen (which he co-wrote) at the Westside Theatre, Off-Broadway.
Jennifer Sanchez – Broadway: The Rose Tattoo, Pretty Woman: The Musical, Sunday in the Park With George, On Your Feet, Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark, Ghost the Musical, Women on the Verge…, West Side Story. Off-Broadway: Little Miss Sunshine. Film: Shadow Vaults, Julia. TV: Submissions Only, Late Show with David Letterman. Concerts: The Green Room 42, Feinstein’s/54 Below. Digital Platforms during Covid19: Songs for Our City, Broadway Buskers and original ‘quarantune’ “The Cabbage Song.”
Analise Scarpaci is currently playing Lydia Hillard in Mrs. Doubtfire on Broadway! Other Broadway credits include Matilda and A Christmas Story. She was also seen in the First National Tour of Matilda and in Lolita, My Love Off-Broadway at the York Theatre Co. She is currently a musical theatre major at Pace University!
A prominent stage star in his native Australia, Tony Sheldon has won great acclaim across the globe playing Bernadette in the stage adaptation of Priscilla Queen of the Desert. In addition to playing the part on Broadway, where he garnered Tony, Drama-League, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk nominations and a Theatre World Award, Sheldon also played the role in Australia, New Zealand, England and Canada. He most recently appeared in New York in Amelie and The Band Wagon. His many Australian stage credits include Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Man of La Mancha and The Producers.
Ryan Silverman was playing Billy Flynn in Chicago before Covid-19 shut down Broadway. Previously he was in the play A comedy Of Tenors, sequel to Lend Me A Tenor, at Papermill Playhouse. He starred as Woody Mahoney in the recently acclaimed production of Finians Rainbow at Irish Rep Theater. Other Broadway/NY credits include star turns in Side Show (Drama desk nomination Best Actor), Giorgio in Passion (Drama Desk and Drama League nominations), Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera, Cry Baby, Most Happy Fella. Giorgio in Theatre du Chatelet’s acclaimed production of Passion opposite Natalie Dessay, Rapunzel’s Prince Into the Woods (MUNY), Lancelot in Camelot (Kennedy Center), Tony in West Side Story (Olivier nominated production). Concert performances: The New York Pops (Carnegie Hall), Seattle Symphony with Marvin Hamlisch, Philadelphia Orchestra, Philly Pops, The Cincinnati Pops, Houston Symphony, Detroit Symphony among others. www.ryansilverman.com
Paulo Szot won the Tony as Best Leading Actor in a Musical for his Broadway-debut turn as Emile de Becque in the 2008 Tony-winning revival of South Pacific. That performance also netted him Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Theatre World Awards. Szot’s opera credits include performances at the Metropolitan Opera, Scala di Milano, Paris Opera, Teatro Real, Carnegie Hall, The New York Philharmonic, New York Pops, Barbican and SouthBank Center.
Ben Vereen – actor, dancer and singer. Vereen gained prominence for his performances in the original Broadway productions of the musicals Jesus Christ Superstar, for which he received a Tony Award nomination, and Pippin, for which he won the 1973 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical. Numerous television credits – Roots, Ben Vereen…Comin’ At Ya, Boston Pops TV Special, Tenspeed and Brown Shoe, Faerie Tale Theatre, Star Trek:The Next Generation, The Nany, False Positive… Solo Shows in many clubs & cabarets including Feinstein’s/54 Below. Vereen lectures on black history and inspirational topics.
Michael Colby is the librettist/lyricist of such musicals as Charlotte Sweet (Drama Desk Award nomination), Tales of Tinseltown, North Atlantic (Show Business Award), Slay It With Music and They Chose Me! He’s the author of the popular book “The Algonquin Kid.” Jay Records has released CDs of Tales of Tinseltown, Charlotte Sweet and Ludlow Ladd. Dangerous, a musical he co-wrote, is optioned for Broadway. He’s a member of BMI, TRU and the Dramatists Guild.
Ned Paul Ginsburg (composer/orchestrator) Composing awards: NEA, NARAS, SGA, Jazz Educators, Downbeat Magazine. Shows: Boynton Beach Club, Betwixt & Between, A Crown of Straw, They Chose Me; TV/Film: Disney Channel, CBS, ABC, etc. Orchestrations: Broadway (contributor): Kiss Me, Kate, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Zhivago, Liza At The Palace, Minnelli On Minnelli, Gershwins’ Fascinatin’ Rhythm, and for many off-Broadway/regional shows and celebrity entertainers. His lecture, “The Composer/Orchestrator Collaboration” has been delivered in academic settings in the U.S., France, Germany, Taiwan, Bosnia, New Zealand and Australia.
Ryan Bauer-Walsh is a New York based artist. He is the illustrator of several books, including Rusty the Rescue. His illustration and graphic work appear in periodicals around the world and was recently featured in the NY Times. His most recent collection sold two hours after going live. You can also find him on stage and screen having performed in Les Miz, Billy Elliot, Miss Saigon, and HBO’s The Deuce. RyanBauer-Walsh.com and @rbwART
Michael Yeshion (Videographer) is a big believer that, indeed, the theatre will survive and is honored to help create this special video project to support The Actors Fund. Michael is an international multimedia artist, specializing in all things photography, design, and performance. His character portrait photography has been featured on Playbill, BroadwayWorld, and Backstage and features award-winning clients from Broadway, the Metropolitan Opera, and business CEOs. Recent performing credits include Off-Broadway, Carnegie Hall, Ford’s Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Baltimore Centerstage, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Forestburgh Playhouse, Resident Theatre Company and abroad at the Resorts World Genting Resort in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Michael holds a BFA in Acting from SMU and is a proud member of AEA. A special shout out to Michael Colby and Ned Ginsberg for including him in this project, Brittany, Mumsy, and his extended family for their endless love and support! www.michaelyeshionphotography.com @michaelyeshionphotography.