by Peter Shaffer
directed by Kent Nicholson
May 6, 2016 - June 5, 2016

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Swelling with the glorious music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, this psychological mystery has played to thunderous applause the world over. The New York Post raved that its Broadway premiere was “a total, iridescent triumph.” Vienna, 1781: the city of drama, intrigue and scandal is abuzz with the arrival of a young Mozart, who can write an opera a week but can’t control his exuberant giggling and notorious libido. Antonio Salieri—until now the royal court’s most lauded musician—recognizes Mozart’s genius, calling him “God’s magic flute.” Pious, wicked, and soon to be guilt-ridden, Salieri tries everything to subvert the success of this enfant terrible. Will that include murder?

Previews: May 6-12, 2016
Opening Night: May 13, 2016
Regular Performances: May 14 – June 5, 2016

Recommendation: Middle school and above.  Adult language and content.

Running Time: Approximately three hours ​including one 15-minute intermission.

Amadeus is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

Sir Peter Shaffer was a British playwright of considerable range who moved easily from farce to the portrayal of human anguish. Educated at St. Paul’s and Trinity College, Cambridge, Shaffer first worked for a music publisher and then as a book reviewer. His first play, Five-Finger Exercise (1960), is a tautly constructed domestic drama that almost overnight established his reputation as a playwright. It was followed by The Private Ear, The Public Eye (both 1962) and The Royal Hunt of the Sun (1964), a portrayal of the conflict between the Spanish and the Inca—“hope and hopelessness, faithlessness and faith.” In 1965 Shaffer’s adroit farce Black Comedy was performed. Equus (1973; filmed 1977), dealing with a mentally disturbed stableboy’s obsession with horses, and Amadeus (1979; filmed 1984), about the rivalry between Mozart and his fellow composer Antonio Salieri, were successes with both critics and the public. Later plays include the biblical epic Yonadab (1985), Lettice and Lovage (1987) and The Gift of the Gorgon (1992). Shaffer was knighted in 2001.
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Christian Barillas
Christian Barillas* (Venticeli #1) appeared at SCR previously in Peter and the Starcatcher, A Christmas Carol and The Motherf**ker with the Hat, for which he received a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle nomination. On “Modern Family,” he recurs as Ronaldo opposite Nathan Lane. Most recently, he played Tybalt in Romeo & Juliet at A Noise Within. His other recent credits include Romeo in Romeo & Juliet and Richard III (Utah Shakespeare Festival), Pride and Prejudice and Twelfth Night (Oregon Shakespeare Festival) and Lydia (Yale Repertory Theatre and Denver Center for the Performing Arts). His additional theatre highlights include Macbeth with Antaeus Theatre Company, Sonia Flew at Laguna Playhouse, A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings at Center Theatre Group and Cornerstone Theater Company’s As You Like It presented at Pasadena Playhouse. His other television credits include a recurring role as a transgender informant on “The Bridge,” Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” and “Without a Trace.” He was a series regular on the CBS pilot for “The Jim Gaffigan Show” and also appeared in the pilot for ABC Family’s “Bunheads,” opposite Sutton Foster. His film credits include Martin McDonagh’s Seven Psychopaths, Best Night Ever, Bosco’s Guitar and Two Man Job. Barillas attended the University of North Carolina and received his MFA from UCLA, where he was the recipient of the George Burns Fellowship in Comedy.

Marco Barricelli
​​Marco Barricelli* (Antonio Salieri) appeared at SCR previously in The Taming of the Shrew. He is the former artistic director for Shakespeare Santa Cruz (2008-14). He spent eight seasons as an actor with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival performing the title roles in Cyrano de Bergerac, Hamlet, Richard III and Henry V, among many others. From 1997 to 2005, he was an associate artist at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. His performance credits include roles in A Moon for the Misbegotten, The Real Thing, American Buffalo, Enrico IV, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Invention of Love, A Streetcar Named Desire, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Three Sisters, Night and Day, Buried Child, Hilda, For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again, The Beard of Avon, Celebration & The Room, Long Day’s Journey into Night, Mary Stuart, Insurrection: Holding History, Hecuba, The Rose Tattoo and Vigil. He also has worked on Broadway and at the Mark Taper Forum, Long Wharf Theatre, Williamstown Theatre, Guthrie Theater, The Old Globe, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Missouri Repertory Theatre, Intiman Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, Virginia Stage Company, Portland Center Stage, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Kenyon Festival Theatre and the California, Utah and Illinois Shakespeare festivals, among others. His television appearances include “L.A. Law” and a recurring role on the NBC series “The Book of Daniel.” Barricelli is a faculty member at University of California, San Diego, a Fox Fellow and holds an honorary MFA from American Conservatory Theatre. He is a graduate of The Juilliard School.

Mark Capri
Mark Capri* (Baron Gottfried van Swieten) returns to SCR where he previously appeared in An Ideal Husband (also at Berkeley Repertory Theatre and Seattle Repertory Theatre) and The School for Scandal. His other theatre credits include On Approval (Theatre World Award) at Roundabout Theatre Company; Terra Nova and Arcadia at Mark Taper Forum; A Perfect Wedding at Kirk Douglas Theatre; End of the Rainbow and Blithe Spirt (also Broadway and international tour) at Ahmanson Theatre; Equus, Light Up the Sky, Sherlock Holmes and Noises Off at Pasadena Playhouse; Henry V at The Old Globe; and Tale of Two Cities, Woman in Mind and Private Lives at McCarter Theatre. He has played leading roles at Hartford Stage, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Yale Repertory Theatre, Huntington Theatre, Walnut Street Theatre, Denver Center and Intiman Theatre, among many others. His musicals include My Fair Lady for McCoy Rigby, Annie at Musical Theatre West, Kiss Me Kate for Reprise Theatre Company and others. He also has appeared in Iphignie en Tauride and Oedipus Rex at The Metropolitan Opera and Bourgeois Gentleman, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Merry Widow with the Pasadena and Chicago symphonies and LA Opera. He appeared as Officer McKae in The Empire Strikes Back, Steward in Titanic and in a sizable list of smaller films, television guest roles, radio plays, voiceovers and commercials. He trained at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and appeared in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s West End production of George Bernard Shaw’s Man and Superman.

Bo Foxworth
Bo Foxworth* (Count Johann Kilian von Strack) is making his SCR debut. He most recently was seen in Cloud 9, directed by Casey Stangl at Antaeus Theatre Company. His other productions with Antaeus include Henry IV, The Liar, The Crucible (Ovation nomination, Best Lead Actor, 2013), the title role in Macbeth, The Seagull and The Malcontent. He also has worked with Shakespeare Orange County, The Skylight Theatre, Ensemble Theatre Company, La Mirada Theatre, Laguna Playhouse, Geffen Playhouse, Disney Hall, L.A. Theatre Works, The Theater @ Boston Court, The Hollywood Bowl and A Noise Within, where he received two Ovation nominations. His New York and regional theatre work includes the off-Broadway hit, As Bees in Honey Drown, at Lucille Lortel Theatre, Century Theater, HERE Arts Center, The Pearl Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company (Washington, D.C.), English Theater (Vienna, Austria), Long Wharf Theatre, Baltimore Center Stage, Playmakers Repertory, The Old Globe, Yale Repertory and many others. Foxworth has numerous film and television credits including playing Robert McNamara in the upcoming HBO movie All the Way, starring Bryan Cranston. He is a graduate of UCLA and received his MFA at Yale School of Drama.

Peter Frechette
​Peter Frechette* (Joseph II) returns to SCR where he previously appeared in Hurrah at Last, Night and Her Stars and The Extra Man. He recently spent five years as a company member at Oregon Shakespeare Festival. His other regional credits include productions at Seattle Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, George Street Playhouse, Cape Playhouse, The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Mark Taper Forum and the Pasadena Playhouse, as well as productions in New York both on and off Broadway.

Asher Grodman
​​Asher Grodman* (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) is making his SCR debut. He has performed in theatre regionally and off-Broadway in New York. His theatre credits include Pride and Prejudice (Baltimore Center Stage), Stones in His Pockets, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Art****ers (DR2 Theatre), The Disappearance of Jonah, Napoli, A Christmas Carol (American Conservatory Theater), Shrek the Musical and most recently as the lead in the world premiere production of The Dodgers by Diana Amsterdam. His television credits include “As the World Turns” (CBS) and “Law & Order” (NBC). Grodman has appeared in numerous independent films including Handsome Harry with Steve Buscemi and Jamey Sheridan, Mo and Buzz Kill. He is the writer/director/producer of The Train, starring Academy Award-winner Eli Wallach, which has earned numerous accolades and is playing in film festivals this year (, @trainshortfilm). Grodman holds a BA in film and English from Columbia University in New York and an MFA in acting from the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco., @ashergrodman

John-David Keller
​​John-David Keller* (Guiseppe Bonno) has been a member of SCR’s resident acting company since 1973 as both an actor and director. He has directed A Christmas Carol for its entire 36-year history. Among his other SCR directing credits are Godspell, Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, In Fashion, The Real Inspector Hound (SCR’s first Equity show), Peg O’ My Heart and Tomfoolery. He also has acted in more than 100 productions at SCR including One Man, Two Guvnors earlier this season. He recently appeared in the production of Anton Chekov’s Ivanov at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles and in Mrs. Warren’s Profession at Antaeus Theatre Company. Keller recently celebrated his 25th anniversary as the concert host for the Orange County Philharmonic Society’s fifth-grade concerts. He is a member of Actors’ Equity, Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and Antaeus Theatre Company.

Louis Lotorto
Louis Lotorto* (Venticelli #2) ​previously appeared at SCR as Alfie in One Man, Two Guvnors, Fred in A Christmas Carol, Leslie Bainbridge in Taking Steps, Bernardo/Reynaldo/Osric in Hamlet and multiple roles in Cyrano de Bergerac. Originally from Seattle and now based in Los Angeles, he has worked in regional theatre for more than 25 years. His L.A. theatre credits include the Ahmanson Theatre (Royal National Theatre touring production of An Enemy of the People, with Sir Ian McKellen); the L.A. Philharmonic; International City Theatre; Odyssey Theatre Ensemble; Norris Theatre; six seasons with A Noise Within, earning an Ovation nomination for his portrayal of Camille in A Flea in Her Ear; and The Colony Theatre Company, garnering an award for his portrayal of Tom in The Glass Menagerie. His regional theatre credits include two seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. (Helen Hayes Award nominee for Ariel in The Tempest), four seasons at the California Shakespeare Festival, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Portland Center Stage, Portland Repertory Theatre, Artists Repertory Theatre, Contemporary American Theatre Festival, ACT (Seattle), San Jose Repertory Theatre, North Coast Repertory Theatre, The Lawrence Welk Resort, Rubicon Theatre and Ensemble Theatre Company (Santa Barbara).

Cynthia Marty
​​Cynthia Marty* (Teresa Salieri) ​is making her SCR debut. Originally from Wisconsin, she is excited to venture to Austria in Amadeus and combine her love of theatre with her love of music. She has played the Mark Taper Forum, Seattle Repertory Theatre, LA Opera, Lincoln Center Theater, 3D Theatricals, Rubicon Theatre Company, Theatre Under the Stars, Cygnet Theatre Company, North Coast Repertory, The Colony Theatre, Harold Clurman Theatre, Kansas City Starlight, Skylight Musical Theatre and Ogunquit Playhouse in shows that include The Christians; A Streetcar Named Desire with Renée Fleming; Sweeney Todd; 1776; Mark Harelik’s The Immigrant; One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest; The Secret Garden; Guys and Dolls; Camelot with Robert Goulet; Company; The Will Rogers Follies opposite John Schneider; Lend Me A Tenor; The Sound of Music; and Kiss Me, Kate opposite her favorite leading man, husband Greg Zerkle North. Marty regularly performs at Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Master Chorale. She shared the stage with Julie Andrews for PBS’ “Great Performances” and toured as a jazz backup singer for Alexis Gershwin. Her screen credits include Christmas with the Kranks, Surviving Christmas and Gift of the Magi. As a session singer, she can be heard on many films including Despicable Me 2, Godzilla, Big Hero 6, Hail, Caesar! and Keanu. She’s a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Louis Pardo
Louis Pardo* (Salieri's Cook) is humbled to perform in SCR’s Amadeus. He most recently appeared onstage at SCR in A Year with Frog and Toad as the kindly curmudgeon, Toad, and previously in A Light in the Piazza. His select stage credits include Ragtime (Tateh), Hair at The Hollywood Bowl, The Last Five Years (Jamie), West Side Story (A-rab) with the San Francisco Symphony, the national tour of Jesus Christ Superstar with Ted Neeley, Avenue Q (Princeton, Rod), Pippin (Pippin), The Full Monty (Jerry), The Who’s Tommy (Cousin Kevin) and Evita (Che). Pardo also performs with the educational touring company, The Imagination Machine. Special thanks to my family, my love, Joanne, Stephanie M. and Kent.

A.J. Sclafani
​​A.J. Sclafani (​​Salieri's Valet) is proud to return for his second SCR show. His first production at SCR was in One Man, Two Guvnors (Ensemble). Sclafani’s latest project, “Roving Knave’s Shakespeare,” is a Shakespeare education YouTube channel. He is a proud graduate of SCR’s Acting Intensive Program, has served as production assistant for several staged readings and was the assistant to the directors for The Tempest at SCR. He has performed on the American Shakespeare Center’s Blackfriars Stage in student productions of As You Like it (Touchstone), King Lear (Edgar), Comedy of Errors (Dromio of Syracuse), The Tempest (Ariel/Caliban/Ferdinand) and as Juliet in an all-male Romeo & Juliet. He earned his BA in performance from San Diego State University, and his M.Litt. and MFA in Shakespeare and performance from Mary Baldwin College.

Camille Thornton-Alson
Camille Thornton-Alson (Katherina Cavalieri) is a recent graduate of SCR’s Acting Intensive Program. She received her MFA in acting from the University of Washington’s Professional Actor Training Program, where she performed in Love’s Labour’s Lost, Come Back to the Five & Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, The American Century, Blithe Spirit, References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot and Twelfth Night. In London, she performed in Pericles at the Oval House and Paris in Antigone at Studio Marguerite. She wrote and produced “Act-Anon,” a webseries invited to screen and premiere at the Holly Shorts Film Festival.

Geoffrey Wade
Geoffrey Wade* (Count Franz Orsini-Rosenberg) previously appeared at SCR in Anastasia Krupnick and James and the Giant Peach. He has appeared on- and off-Broadway, done national tours and continues to work extensively in regional theatre, most recently at the The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis in Angel Street. He also has appeared at The Old Globe, Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, Center Stage, Geva Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Denver Center, several seasons at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, among others. He has played leading roles at Vermont’s Weston Playhouse including Educating Rita, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Art, Private Lives and As You Like It. His L.A.-area theatre credits include La Jolla Playhouse, La Mirada Theatre, Odyssey Theatre Ensemble and a slew of shows at Antaeus Theatre Company. He works in episodic television (“NCIS,” “Mad Men,” “The Mentalist,” “Numb3rs,” “ER,” four “Law & Orders”), in radio, and on tour with L.A. Theatre Works. His films include City Hall, The Divide, Tres and he will appear in Steven Spielberg’s The BFG (opens in July). He recently directed the critically acclaimed productions A Walk in the Woods and The Crucible. He has taught at the Antaeus Academy since 2003. Wade trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London, where he met his wife, Amelia White. He is an avid photographer.

Liesel Allen Yeager
Liesel Allen Yeager* (Constanze Weber) is thrilled to be making her SCR debut! She recently moved to L.A. from New York City, where she was seen on Broadway as Nina in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Tony Award, best play), a part she also played in L.A. at the Mark Taper Forum (CTG). Her off-Broadway and regional theatre credits include Teenage Dick (The Public Theater, NYC), Too Much Too Soon (Lesser America, NYC), The Sporting Life (Studio 42, NYC) and Cock (Studio Theatre, Washington, D.C.). Her film and television credits include A Picture of You, “Daredevil,” “The Good Wife,” “Rizzoli & Isles” and “How to Make it in America.” She graduated from The Juilliard School.
Creative Team
Kent Nicholson (Director) returns to South Coast Repertory after directing How to Write a New Book for the Bible and The Light in the Piazza. His directing credits include shows for Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Contemporary American Theatre Festival, New York Musical Theatre Festival, Weston Playhouse, Theatre Under the Stars, TheatreWorks, Prospect Theatre Company, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre and Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana Festival. He has directed critically acclaimed productions of Death of a Salesman, All My Sons, Vincent In Brixton, Lizzie, Saint Ex, Grey Gardens, Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Long Story Short, 9 Circles, Small Tragedy, Satellites, Five Flights and Swimming in the Shallows. A noted developer of both new plays and musicals, Nicholson has worked as a director and producer on world premieres of works by artists as diverse as Liz Duffy Adams, Adam Bock, Sheila Callaghan, Dave Eggers, Richard Greenberg, Chris Miller and Nathan Tysen and Stephen Schwartz to name a few. From 2001-08, he created and ran the New Works Initiative at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto. He currently serves as the director of musical theatre at Playwrights Horizons in New York and is the co-creator of The Uncharted Writers Group at Ars Nova.

John Iacovelli (Scenic Design) has created memorable designs at SCR including Abundance this season, Rest, Silent Sky, Noises Off, Talley’s Folly, The Philanderer, Heartbreak House (Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle award), Oleanna, Skylight, Shadowlands, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, Faith Healer, Pick Up Ax and 12 more. He has designed more than 300 plays and musicals at most major theatres in the U.S. including McCarter Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Geffen Playhouse, Pasadena Playhouse, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Magic Theatre, Aurora Theatre, St. Louis Repertory, Goodman Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Deaf West Players, East West Players and Center Theatre Group. Iacovelli received a prime-time Emmy Award for the broadcast of the Broadway production of Peter Pan, starring Cathy Rigby. He was the film production designer on Ruby in Paradise, starring Ashley Judd in her film debut, and art director on Honey, I Shrunk the Kids! His television credits include Beckett Directs Beckett: Endgame with The San Quentin Drama Workshop, The Old Settler starring Phylicia Rashad and Debbie Allen, The Gin Game staring Mary Tyler Moore and Dick Van Dyke, “Babylon 5,” “Ed,” “Resurrection Blvd.” and “Lincoln Heights.” He has an MFA in scenic design from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Alex Jaeger (Costume Design) previously designed at SCR for Office Hour, Zealot, Cloudlands, Goldfish, What They Have, Skylight, But Not for Me, All My Sons, True West, Nostalgia, Play Strindberg and Two Sisters and a Piano. His additional credits include Mr. Burns for Guthrie Theater; A Parallelogram and Other Desert Cities for Mark Taper Forum; The Nether, Eclipsed and The Paris Letter for Kirk Douglas Theatre; Major Barbara for Theatre Calgary; Arcadia, Rock ’n’ Roll, Maple and Vine, Once in a Lifetime, The Homecoming and more for American Conservatory Theater; Two Sisters and a Piano for The Public Theater; Wiesenthal at the Acorn Theatre (also at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and the Royal Manitoba Theatre); A Wrinkle in Time, A Streetcar Named Desire, Romeo & Juliet, Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and August: Osage County for Oregon Shakespeare Festival; Extraordinary Chambers, Love, Loss and What I Wore and Third for Geffen Playhouse; The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance for Rubicon Theatre; 15 productions at Magic Theatre, San Francisco; Life Is a Dream for California Shakespeare Theater; Romeo & Juliet, Gulls, Light and Gilgamesh for The Theatre @ Boston Court; 14 productions at Studio Theatre in Washington, D.C.; and Breaking Through, Looped, Doubt and Talley’s Folly for Pasadena Playhouse.

Lap Chi Chu (Lighting Design) has designed regionally for SCR, Mark Taper Forum, Geffen Playhouse, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, La Jolla Playhouse, The Old Globe, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Goodman Theatre, American Repertory Theater, Arena Stage, Dallas Theater Center, Portland Center Stage and Evidence Room. His New York design credits include The Public Theater, New York Theatre Workshop, Signature Theatre, Second Stage Theatre, Performance Space 122 and Kitchen Theatre Company. His awards include the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Angstrom Award for Career Achievement in Lighting Design, an Ovation Award, multiple Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards, a “Drammy” for best lighting, as well as a Lucille Lortel Award nomination for The Good Negro at The Public Theater. Chu is on the lighting design faculty at California Institute of the Arts.

Darron L West (Sound Designer) returns to SCR, having previously designed Of Good Stock, The Tempest, How the World Began and Chinglish. He is a Tony and Obie award-winning sound designer whose work for theatre and dance has been heard in more than 500 productions nationally and internationally, on Broadway and off. His accolades for sound design include the Bay Area Theater Critics Circle Award, the Lucille Lortel and AUDELCO awards and the Henry Hewes Design Award. He is a proud recipient of a 2012 Princess Grace Award.

Philip D. Thompson (Accent/Language Coach) teaches at UC Irvine and works as a voice and dialect coach for professional and university productions. He is certified as a master teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework and is the co-founder of Knight-Thompson Speechwork. He is the past president of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association. He is the head of voice and text at the Utah Shakespearean Festival and has served as resident coach there for 15 seasons and more than 100 productions. He has coached at Pasadena Playhouse, Denver Center Theatre Company and Alabama Shakespeare Festival, among others, including numerous productions at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. This is his 25th production at SCR.

Jennifer Ellen Butler* (Stage Manager) is the production stage manager at SCR, where she has been a part of the stage management team for 13 seasons and more than 50 productions. Her other theatre credits include productions at Laguna Playhouse, Utah Shakespeare Festival, California Shakespeare Theater, TheatreWorks, Perseverance Theatre, Spoleto Festival USA and Shakespeare Santa Cruz. She also has stage-managed operas for Long Beach Opera and Pacific Repertory Opera. Butler has a BA in theatre arts from UC Santa Cruz and has been a member of Actors’ Equity since 2007.

Talia Krispel* (​Assistant Stage Manager) is excited to be back at SCR. Her SCR credits include Pinocchio, Abundance and the 2014 and 2015 productions of A Christmas Carol. She received her MA degree from the Educational Theatre Program at New York University, Steinhardt (May 2012). Her other credits include Guys and Dolls, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (starring Clay Aiken and Tony nominee Keala Settle), The Sound of Music, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Radio City Musical Hall Christmas Spectacular, Inherit the Wind (starring Christopher Plummer and Brian Dennehy), Dame Edna: Back with a Vengeance, How the Grinch Stole Christmas (original Broadway company), the Broadway workshop of Legally Blonde and The Times They Are A-Changin’ (directed/choreographed by Twyla Tharp). Krispel is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. This performance is dedicated to Mychal Adair-Lynch and Dad.

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

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