What a dream come true! Proud Berkeley, California native and U of Michigan grad. Broadway: Newsies. 1st National Tour: Mary Poppins. Regional: MUNY, Berkeley Rep. Love and thanks to Antz and the Poppins team, Disney, and all of the beautiful people in my life. As always—for mom.
Broadway/Nat’l Tour: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Regional: Singin’ in the Rain (Production Tenor), 42nd St (Billy Lawlor), Annie Get Your Gun, A Christmas Carol, Urinetown. Workshop: Babes in Arms with Rosie O’Donnell. Native of Lincoln, Nebraska. B.F.A University of Oklahoma. Thanks to God, Family, Eric at Tara Rubin Casting, and M.S.A.
Broadway: La Cage, Shrek, Spamalot, Dracula, Beauty and the Beast (also National Tour). Off-Broadway: Die, Mommie, Die!; Face the Music (Encores!). Regional: La Jolla Playhouse, Williamstown Theatre Festival, O'Neill Theatre Center, Hangar Theatre. Television: "Gossip Girl," "The Good Wife," "30 Rock," "Third Watch," "Guiding Light," "All My Children," "One Life To Live."
Broadway/Concert: Brigadoon (Jane), Camelot (Lady Anne). Off-Broadway: The Irish...and How They Got That Way, Ernest in Love, Meet Me in St Louis, (Irish Rep),The Housewives’ Cantata (York Theatre), A Tale of Cinderella (Tour/Recording). Regional: Muny, NYSTI , WPPAC. Thanks to Ma, Joe, Charlotte. For Dad. www.kerryconte.com
Off Broadway: See Rock City and Other Destinations (Grampy/Carney), Grey Gardens (Major Bouvier), Ritual of Faith (Cardinal Santini), Godspell (Jesus). With the Bill T. Jones Dance Company “Reading Mercy,...” First Voice. With Anna Netrebko at the Met Don Pasquale (Major Domo). With Chita Rivera Anything Goes (Eli Whitney). With John Schuck and Joanne Worley Annie (FDR). With Pat Hingle Inherit The Wind (Matthew Harrison Brady). Thanks for coming.
Blake is delighted to be joining Mary Poppins. Favorites include The Corn Is Green, Big Money (Williamstown); Romeo and Juliet (Yale Rep); Amadeus, The Winter’s Tale, Arcadia, (Chautauqua Theater Co.); Carousel (Paper Mill Playhouse); Damn Yankees (Heritage Theatre Festival). TV: Blue Bloods. BA: UVa. MFA: Yale. Thanks, TRC. For KM, PK, Mom and Dad.
Tregoney is delighted to be the ‘domestic’ in #17 Cherry Tree Lane. Broadway: Been there. National Tours: Done that. Regional theater/operas/one-womanshows: Check. BFA: $20,000, MMA: $40,000. DMA: Still Counting. This one is for my sweet mother.
Member AEA: the professional actors union. Broadway: A Little Night Music, 9 to 5, All Shook Up, 42nd Street, Titanic, King David, A Christmas Carol. Off B’way: My Vaudeville Man (Drama Desk Nomination Lead Actress), Zombie Prom, Forbidden Broadway. Torchgoddess.com
Broadway 1st Nat. Tour: Shrek the Musical (Young Fiona, Young Shrek, Grumpy). Regional: Music Man (Amaryllis). Commercial: Toys R Us/Dora. Thanks to creative team, Tara Rubin Casting, Carson-Kolker, RKS, Julia, Dance Molinari, Denise, Grandma, Grandpa, Teddy. “Stretch your mind beyond fantastic. Dreams are made of strong elastic.” www.madisonmullahey.com
Broadway: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, A Christmas Story (MaryBeth). Off Broadway: Somewhere Fun, Far From Heaven staged readings (Playwrights Horizons). Regional: Far From Heaven(Williamstown Theatre Festival, Janice Whitaker), Gypsy (Baby June), A Christmas Carol (Belinda Cratchit), HONK (Wheelock). Ballet: The Magic Flute (NYC Ballet). Two Time IRNE nominee. Thanks Doug Jabara, Open Fields, Shelli @ RKS & Carson-Kolker.
Is overjoyed to be making his tour debut! Credits: Mame, Goodspeed (Peter/understudy Patrick), A Christmas Carol (Tiny Tim), Oliver Twist (Oliver), Seussical, Aladdin, Annie JR. Commercial: Timberland , ESPN NFL, Hess Truck .Thank you to Shirley Grant Management, Tara Rubin Casting, CJDG, Sundance School, James, Mikhaela and Coleman.
Eli feels blessed to make his touring debut with Mary Poppins! Theatre credits: A Musical Christmas Carol (Tiny Tim); Oliver; Jesus Christ Superstar. Film credits: Anywhere But Here; Bloodties and Super 8. Thanks to Pittsburgh CLO & my family for allowing me to follow my dream! I love you Tessie & Zak!
Danielle is ecstatic to join the Poppins family! Hairspray, Sound of Music, Anne of Green…, Cinderella, Wizard of Oz, Beauty &…, Eugene Onegin, British Invasion. Guest star on Endgame (Showcase), Supernatural (CW), Music Man (Disney), Hellcats (CW), LA Complex (CW), Sucker Punch (Warner Bros). Love to my family, TH, LLA, and Liam. Oh Canada!
Tour debut! Regional credits include: Show Boat (Lottie) and Hello! My Baby (Nelly Gold, Workshop) at Goodspeed Opera House, Into the Woods (Lucinda, IRNE Award Best Musical), Company (April), A Class Act (Sophie). BFA Boston Conservatory. Thank you to Eric at Tara Rubin Casting and Abrams. Love to my family and friends! ElizabethAnnBerg.com
Lindsey is thrilled to join Mary Poppins! Tours: A Chorus Line, Oklahoma! (Laurey), The Wizard of Oz (Ensemble, Glinda & Wicked Witch u/s). Regional: Singin’ in the Rain at WBT (ensemble, Kathy u/s), Steel Magnolias at OK Lyric (Shelby), …Forum at MTW (Philia). OU grad. Thanks to my family, Harden-Curtis and Disney!
Off-Broadway: Urban Stages-Langston in Harlem (Junior Addict). Tours: (A Christmas Story; Cats (Mungojerrie). Regional favorites: Goodspeed- Amazing Grace(Tyler); Merry-Go Round Playhouse- Hairspray(Seaweed); Hangar Theatre — Rent (Angel). TV Land Awards w/ Liza Minnelli. Commercial: Joe’s Crab Shack. BFA Ithaca College. Thanks to God, family, Eric & Tara Rubin Casting, DDO, & DAH!
Ian is thrilled to return to Mary Poppins after closing the Broadway company! Tours: Mary Poppins, The Wizard of Oz, CATS. Regional: Legally Blonde, Cabaret, A Christmas Carol, Chicago, Hello Dolly. BFA Musical Theatre, Shenandoah Conservatory. Thanks to Antz, Geoff, David, Brian, Tara Rubin Casting, and DDO. For Justin, Mom, and Dad.
Born and raised in London, UK! Most recently, Arielle performed in Chase Brock’s Nutcracker and Mary Poppins 1st National Tour! Arielle also played Little Inez in Hairspray at the Paper Mill Playhouse. Prior to that Arielle played the Romanian and Monaco Princesses in the International Tour of Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake. West End Credits include: Swing in Dirty Dancing, Shirley in Saturday Night Fever, Ensemble in Disney’s The Lion King. Other UK Theatre Credits include: Mother Goose, Irek Mukhamedov’s Zorba, Samson et Delilah.
Tour debut. Regional: Route 66, Andrews Brothers, Life Could Be A Dream, (world premiere, Milwaukee Rep), The Secret Garden, The Tempest, Henry V, (4 seasons, Utah Shakespeare Festival), Forever Plaid (Delaware Theatre Company). New York: Sonnet Repertory Theatre, I Hate New York…a love story, (MAC Award winner, Best Debut) TV: SMASH.
Tours: Mary Poppins 1st National (Dance Captain), Whistle Down the Wind, Beauty & the Beast. Regional: Ragtime (Kennedy Center), Bennett’s A Chorus Line (SALT Award nominee; Cassie), Evita (Sacramento Music Circus). For more, visit www.elizabethearley.com. BFA : NYU’s Tisch. Much love to my Family, Judy Boals Talent and friends.
Andrew is thrilled to join the Mary Poppins family! National tour: Debut! Regional: Fireside Theatre, Westchester Broadway, Weston and Ogunquit Playhouses. Thank you to our creative team, Tara Rubin Casting, Carson/Kolker and friends. BA Wagner College. Endless thanks and love to my wonderful family who taught me “anything can happen if you let it”.
Recent credits: My Fair Lady (NS MT), 42nd Street (Sacramento Music/Pioneer/WBT), The Music Man (KC Starlight), The Importance of Being Earnest (Pittsburgh Public). Point Park University grad. Love and gratitude to family, friends, teachers, Michael, and Jack for their support along this incredible journey. For Mom & Dad. www.JordanGrubb.com
Leeds is absolutely thrilled to join Mary Poppins! Tour debut. Credits: Heat Wave: The Jack Cole Project (Queens Theatre); Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (Paper Mill Playhouse); Dickon US (performed), The Secret Garden (Stages St. Louis). BFA, Musical Theatre, CCM. Thanks to TKO, my family, and Jeremy. Proud member of AEA.
Kenway is happy to be back in the Disney family. Broadway: Wicked, The Frogs. National Tour: Flower Drum Song. Regional: Aladdin, Cinderella, Hair, Pacific Overtures, Miss Saigon.
This Canadian is so excited to be back! She has been seen in over forty productions including Shaw, Stratford, Drayton and Charlottetown festivals. US tours: Mary Poppins, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Christine Colgate) and Camelot. Heather's fantasy adventure novel, Thendalla, is available for all e-readers! Love to TH, her family and Galen
Matt is thrilled to be making his national tour debut with Mary Poppins! He has been seen on regional stages such as The MUNY in St. Louis, Flat Rock Playhouse, and Theatre By the Sea. A huge thank you to DGRW, Elon, and my amazing family and friends!
Joe is so happy to be joining Mary Poppins for his very first National Tour! Since graduating from CCM in 2011 he has been seen regionally at North Shore Music Theatre, North Carolina Theatre, Cape Playhouse, Westchester Broadway, and the Marriott Theater. Huge thanks to DGRW, Tara Rubin Casting, Alice, and of course to my friends and family for their never ending love and support. Proud member AEA.
National Tour: 9 to 5 (First National) Regional: Oklahoma! (TOTS), Les Misérables, Pajama Game, Hello, Dolly! (MUNY), Crazy For You (TBTS), Drowsy Chaperone, Show Boat (Gateway), Backwards In High Heels (AHT). Training: BFA (CCM). Member of AEA-SAG-AFTRA. Thanks to Nicolosi and Co, Tara Rubin Casting and my friends and family for their love and support. www.sean-montgomery.com
Tour Debut! Regional: Helen Hayes Award-Winning Best Musical Oklahoma! (Virginia/Ado Annie u/s), 42nd Street (Ethel), Beauty and the Beast (Silly Girl), West Side Story (Pauline/Anybodys u/s), Evita (Tango Dancer), Cats (Sillabub). B.M: FSU. Endless gratitude to my teachers, mentors, MSA and family. Mummy and Dad, Mahalo.
Stephen is thrilled to join the Poppins team! Credits include: Peter in Peter Pan (Neptune), Scarecrow in The Wizard Of Oz (Drayton), Abe in Altar Boyz (Angelwalk), as well as several seasons with the Stratford Shakespeare and Charlottetown Festivals. Thanks to Mom, Dad, Mike, Baba, Grandpa, Bruce & Dave. www.stephenrobertsonline.com
NY City Center Encores: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes National Tours: LCT’s South Pacific and Fiddler with Topol/Harvey Fierstein. Opening Number of the 65th Tony Awards. Recent: The Muny Disney’s Aladdin and Thoroughly Modern Millie. FSU Alum. Thanks to Avalon and the Creative Team. Love to my beautiful family.
Louise Stewart is chuffed to be joining the Mary Poppins touring company! Scottish, born and raised. Proud AMDA grad. Regional credits include: A Christmas Carol (McCarter Theatre), Cinderella (North Carolina Theatre) and Kiss Me, Kate!(Depot Theatre). Thanks to Penny Luedtke and Tara Rubin Casting. Lots of love to WJMSI, BooBooBenny, muffin and my family.
Tour Debut! AMDA-NY Grad, Miami, FL native, but now calls NYC home!! Regional Credits: Caroline, or Change (The Moon), Hairspray (Motor Mouth), The Full Monty (Joanie Lish), Show Boat (Queenie U/S), Ragtime, Fame (Mabel Washington), Rent (Season Soloist), Little Shop (Chiffon), The Drowsy Chaperone (Avatrix), Disney Cruise Line’s Hercules (Clio), Wonder 15, Ain’t Misbehavin (Nell) Edinburgh, Scotland Fringe. Thanks God, Family & Friends!
Minami is thrilled to join Mary Poppins! Credits include: James and the Giant Peach (Goodspeed); Wicked (Japan); The King and I (Walnut Street); Chicago (Flat Rock); Forum (Weston); Cats (MSMT). A native of Kanazawa, Japan. Thanks to teachers, Tara Rubin Casting and Lisa. Love to my family, friends and Dan.
Honors include two Oscars® (Mary Poppins), nine Oscar® nominations, three Grammy® Awards, 24 gold/platinum albums, a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame and induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Early hits, including “You’re 16” and “Tall Paul,” led to a long-term association with Walt Disney and more than 150 songs for Disney films, TV and theme parks (“It’s a Small World” being the world’s most translated and performed song). Their Disney film credits include The Jungle Book, The Parent Trap, Bedknobs & Broomsticks, Winnie the Pooh, The Aristocats and The Tigger Movie. Other films: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Tom Sawyer, The Slipper and the Rose, Charlotte’s Web and Beverly Hills Cop 3. Stage credits include Over Here!, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London, Broadway, UK tour), Busker Alley, Mary Poppins (London and Broadway).
A British, Oscar®-winning screenwriter, Julian is also an actor and director. He studied at Ampleforth College, Yorkshire, and Magdalene College, Cambridge. His first script for cinema, Gosford Park (2001), won him the Best Original Screenplay Oscar®, plus honors from the Writers Guild of America, among others. He recently received the National Board of Review’s Best Directorial Debut Award for the film Separate Lies, based on his own screenplay. His other projects include the books Snobs and The Curious Adventures of the Abandoned Toys and the scripts for Vanity Fair and Anthony Zimmer. Julian is married to Emma Kitchener and they share homes in London and Dorset with their son Peregrine.
Stiles and Drewe’s musical Honk! won London’s Olivier Award for Best New Musical (2000) and has since been seen in more than 2,000 productions worldwide. Their other shows include Just So (North Shore Music Theatre), Peter Pan, Tutankhamun and Soho Cinders. George’s new musical The Three Musketeers, with lyrics by Paul Leigh and book by Peter Raby, played at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Other work includes the scores for Sam Mendes’ Twelfth Night and Uncle Vanya (BAM), musical adaptations of Tom Jones and Moll Flanders, songs for the RSC’s Shakespeare Revue and a blissful spell as Dame Edna’s pink pianist and resident composer. Mary Poppins marks his Broadway debut. StilesAndDrewe.com
During his 23-year writing collaboration with composer George Stiles, Anthony has written the book and lyrics for Tutankhamun, Just So, Soho Cinders, the multi award-winning Honk! and the lyrics for Peter Pan - A Musical Adventure (book by Willis Hall). With composer Tony Hatch, he wrote lyrics for The Card and, with Singaporean composer Dick Lee, the lyrics for A Twist of Fate. Work as a director includes Snoopy, Honk! (South Africa, Chicago, Tokyo and Singapore) and Just So (North Shore Music Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre). As a performer, recent work includes Rogues to Riches, The Three Musketeers and A Twist of Fate. Mary Poppins marks his Broadway debut. StilesAndDrewe.com
Richard was director of the Royal National Theatre (1988-1997). He has directed many classics and new plays by David Hare, Christopher Hampton, Tom Stoppard, Alan Bennett, Trevor Griffiths, Tony Harrison and Nicholas Wright. He directed Arthur Miller’s The Crucible on Broadway in 2001 and Hedda Gabler in the West End in 2006. He has won five Olivier Awards, four Evening Standard Awards, three Critics Circle Awards and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Directors Guild. He has directed many award-winning films for TV and four feature films: The Ploughman’s Lunch, the Oscar®-nominated Iris (which he co-wrote), Stage Beauty and the upcomingNotes on a Scandal (late 2006 with Judi Dench and Cate Blanchett).
Widely hailed as the UK’s most popular and successful choreographer/director, Matthew is the creator of the world’s longest-running ballet production, a five-time Olivier Award winner and the only British director to have won the Tony® Award for both choreographer and director of a musical. He is artistic director of New Adventures, which has created an enormous new audience for dance with its groundbreaking dance/theatre productions Nutcracker!, Highland Fling, Swan Lake, Cinderella, The Car Manand Play Without Words. Musical theatre includes Oliver!, My Fair Lady (Olivier Award), South Pacific and Mary Poppins (Olivier Award). Matthew’s latest production, Edward Scissorhands, based on Tim Burton’s classic film, recently toured the U.S.
Bob is an associate of the National Theatre. He has designed more than 50 productions in London for the National, Almeida, Donmar, Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Ballet and Royal Opera House including Mary Poppins (London Evening Standard Award). In New York for Lincoln Center Theater: The Coast of Utopia (Tony, Drama Desk Awards), Carousel (Tony Award), Hapgood, The Invention of Love (Tony nomination, Drama Desk Award), Twelfth Night (Tony nomination). The Public Theater: The Seagull. On Broadway: The Capeman (Tony nomination), The Iceman Cometh (Tony nomination), Sweet Smell of Success, Disney’s Aida (Tony Award), The History Boys (Tony Award), Mary Poppins (Tony, Drama Desk Awards). In addition, he directed and designed Tarzan® (Broadway, The Netherlands).
Broadway: The Little Mermaid (world premiere in Denver), Mary Poppins (Tony®, Drama Desk, and OCC nominations). London: Mary Poppins (Olivier Award for Best Choreography with Matthew Bourne), On the Town (Eno), Acorn Antiques, Tonight’s the Night, Anything Goes (What’s On Stage Award, Olivier Award for Outstanding Musical Production), Singin’ in the Rain (What’s On Stage Award, Olivier nomination), Soul Train (Olivier nomination), Witches of Eastwick (co-choreographer with Bob Avian). Regional theatre: Just So, How to Succeed…, Putting It Together, Bouncers, Shakers, Honk!, Snoopy, Half a Sixpence. Opera: Don Giovanni (Royal Opera House). Music videos: “Number One” (Goldfrapp), “The Importance of Being Idle” (Oasis).
Howard’s current work on Broadway includes Tom Stoppard’s Rock ’n’ Roll, Mary Poppins (2007 Tony nomination) and Mamma Mia! (also London and worldwide). In the West End: Macbeth, Glengarry Glen Ross, Guys and Dolls, Donkeys’ Years and Edward Scissorhands. Previous work in New York/on Broadway includes Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Putting It Together and The Makropulos Case and Nabucco for the Metropolitan Opera.
Steve was the production engineer on such Broadway shows as Cats, Starlight Express, Song & Dance, The Phantom of the Opera, Carrie and Aspects of Love. His Broadway sound design credits include Mary Poppins, The Lion King, Jersey Boys (Drama Desk Award), Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays, Hairspray, The Producers, Aida, Titanic, Big, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Carousel and The Who’s Tommy (Drama Desk Award). Steve is married to actress Loni Ackerman and together they have two sons, Jack and George.
Broadway: Wicked, Mary Poppins, Ragtime (1998 Tony Award®), Miss Saigon, The Secret Garden (1991 Drama Desk Award), Crazy for You, Carousel, Show Boat, Oklahoma!, Sweet Smell of Success. London: My Fair Lady, Oliver!, South Pacific. Stratford-upon-Avon: The Secret Garden. Lincoln Center: A Man of No Importance, Dessa Rose. Ballet arrangements: for Christopher Wheeldon, Twyla Tharp, Lar Lubovich. Recordings: for Placido Domingo, Marilyn Horne, Joshua Bell’s CD "West Side Story Suite."
has been the music director for numerous Broadway and London West End musicals including Evita, Cats, Song & Dance, Starlight Express, The Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon and Sunset Boulevard. He was the executive producer for the Broadway production of Oklahoma! and music director for the world premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s Bounce. Music director for the film of Evita starring Madonna. He won a GRAMMY® Award for producing the complete symphonic recording album of Les Misérables and also produced the cast albums of Oliver!, Oklahoma!, My Fair Lady, Mary Poppins and the 2006 revival of A Chorus Line.