LINDSAY WARREN BAKER
(Music, Book, Lyrics) is a stage director, writer, teaching artist, acting coach, and yoga instructor. As a writer, Baker is best known for her work on the award winning and Broadway-bound AUSTEN’S PRIDE, A New Musical of Pride and Prejudice. Additional collaborative works include LILY, A Musical Portrait; TRUTH IN BEAUTY: A Shakespeare Sonnet Project; DANIEL, The Musical; All the Buzz; Personal Foul; The Rendez-Vous; and Blocked. Other original works include Homecoming, B*, The Stakeout, Thirst and several originally devised movement theater pieces including Superstition, Train of Thought, The Alphabet Project, and Cirque Mystére: The Fairy Element. Directing credits include Indecent; Ordinary Days; At Swim, Two Boys; Hamlet; Mrs. President; Burned Over; The Cat’s Meow; The Shadow of the Hummingbird; The Impresario; Lo Speziale; Vittorio Gianni’s Beauty and the Beast; Next to Normal; and A Little Night Music. Baker is an adjunct Instructor of Opera and acting coach at the Eastman School of Music. She has also worked in various capacities with Geva Theatre Center, Eastman Opera Theatre, and the Ohio Light Opera. Education and Training: SUNY Empire State College (MA Liberal Studies), St. Olaf College (BA Music and Theater), O’Neill National Theater Institute, Moscow Art Theatre, Dagara Music Center (Ghana).
(Book, Music, Lyrics) is recognized most for her work on Austen’s Pride - A New Musical of Pride & Prejudice (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival, 2016; LaMirada, 2015; NYMF 2011-Stage Entertainment Award, Most Promising Musical). In 2014, JASNA chose her as their International Visitor, and she spent six weeks in Chawton, UK, Jane Austen’s home, composing, performing/producing concerts. Other works: Learning How to Drown (Boston College, 2016; The PiTCH-FLMTF 2014, 2015 Johnny Mercer Writer’s Colony-Goodspeed Musicals); The Up Side of Down ( with Y York, Hormel Festival 2015). Other collaborative works: Daniel, Lily, and Truth in Beauty. Jacobs is also recognized for her concert & sacred music composition, most recently Charlotte Smith’s The Song Cycles of Beachy Head (Boulanger Initiative, 2019, Carnegie Hall, 2018, BWWC, 2017 World Premiere, Chawton Library, UK/Britten-Pears Foundation, 2016, University of Melbourne, 2015; Ucross Foundation). She recently completed her PhD in Educational Psychology and specializes in learning environments in the Arts. A native of Macon, Georgia, she earned her Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance from Wesleyan College. Visit http://amanda-jacobs.blogspot.com for more information.
(Director) received a Drama Desk nomination for Outstanding Direction of a Musical for his production of the WW2 musical YANK! He is also the recipient of 3 NYMF Awards for Excellence in Direction for Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Crossing Swords and Common Grounds. Recently he directed the new musical adaptation of Brian Friel’s Molly Sweeney, Evita, The Music Man, Twelve Angry Men, South Pacific, Maple and Vine and many more. Off-Broadway he directed the New York Times Critics' Picks, With Glee and A Ritual of Faith. Mr. Goldin was a finalist for the SDC Joe A. Callaway Award for Distinguished Direction. He’s a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC).
(choreographer) is a director, choreographer, and creator of theatre and dance. Select credits include Meteor Shower (Broadway/Booth), Allegiance (Broadway/Longacre), Nickel Mines, (Co-author/Director/Choreographer, The Duke), The Other Josh Cohen (Papermill/Soho Playhouse), Kristin Chenoweth, Babes in Toyland, The Mikado, Of Thee, I Sing (Carnegie Hall),The Frank Loesser Songbook/New York Philharmonic (Lincoln Center) Ace (The Old Globe, Cincinnati Playhouse, Repertory Theater of St. Louis), The Aluminum Show (world tour), Let Go, (Moscow State Dance Theatre, ‘Gzhel’). Andrew is the co-founding Artistic Director of dre.dance, the founder of Creatively Able, movement classes for individuals with autism, and an Associate Professor of Drama at UC Irvine.
(Music Director / Supervisor) conducted Broadway Classics (Carnegie Hall) and the 25th Anniversary Concert of Crazy for You at David Geffen Hall for Manhattan Concert Productions. He has conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra in solo concerts with Kristin Chenoweth and Brian Stokes Mitchell at Walt Disney Hall. His Broadway credits include On the Twentieth Century (Roundabout Revival), South Pacific (Lincoln Center), Tale of Two Cities, Titanic (Original Musical Supervisor/Music Director), Sunset Boulevard, Nine to Five (Additional Arrangements), Pamela’s First Musical, Les Miserables (2006 revival), The Threepenny Opera (Roundabout Revival), Children and Art, The Color Purple (Music Supervision / Incidental Music), Fiddler on the Roof (2004 Revival), Nine (2003 revival), Oklahoma! (Nunn/Stroman) and On the Town (1998). He served as Music Director for The Producers, Guys and Dolls and Les Miserables at the Hollywood Bowl, and Conductor for Perfectly Frank: Hollywood to Broadway and Sondheim, Bernstein, Lerner and Loewe and Gershwin tributes at the Grant Park Music Festival. He was the Music Supervisor for the German Premiere of Rebecca in Stuttgart, the Music Supervisor / Conductor for the World Premiere of Maury Yeston’s Death Takes a Holiday, and Music Director / Pianist for Voigt Lessons at The Glimmerglass Festival.
(Scenic Designer). Selected credits; Live Concerts/Tours: Justin Timberlake, James Taylor, Jack White, Outkast, Kylie Minogue, Rihanna, The Killers, Thomas Rhett, Britney Spears, and others. Live theatre: Spiegelworlds’ award-winning Absinthe, Empire, Vegas Nocturne and Desir. Immortal Chi, Singing in the Rain - São Paulo, Brazil, Nickelodeon – Storytime Live!, The Hurly Burly Show - West End UK, Marvel Universe Live Age of Hero’s, Ringling Bros. Circus Extreme and Out of this World. Ceremonies: 1st European Games Baku - Closing Ceremony, Abu Dhabi 44th National Day, Asian Games Jakarta – Opening and Closing Ceremony. Theme Park: Sea World – Orca Experience. Macy’s award-winning holiday windows 'Yes Virginia' built entirely out of paper. Upcoming: Through the Echoes and PY1 Venue with Guy Laliberte, Aerosmith - Las Vegas, Jurassic World Live, Carrie Underwood – Cry Pretty Tour. Co-Founder and Director of Design at Fireplay.
(Lighting Design) Broadway: Hand to God, On the Town, Bronx Bombers, Let It Be, Bring It On: The Musical, Rock of Ages, The Threepenny Opera, Barefoot in the Park, and Good Vibrations. Recent: Clueless, The Musical (The New Group), Mamma Mia (TUTS), Sugar In Our Wounds (MTC), The Honeymooners (Papermill), Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion (5th Ave), Born For This (Arena Stage), Kings, Dry Powder, Barbecue (The Public Theatre), Familiar, Robin Hood, Red Velvet, Macbeth and Love Labors Lost (The Old Globe). Awards: Jeff, Helen Hayes, and Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in Lighting Design. jasonlyonsdesign.com
R. ERIN CRAIg | LA VIE PRODUCTIONS
(Producer). Since 1997, Erin, and her company, La Vie Productions LLC, have worked with artists and new projects in Theatre, Film and Music through their work as a Producer, Executive Producer, General Manager, Production Manager, and Branding Consultant. Current projects include: Austen's Pride, Mr. Rickey Calls A Meeting (play by Ed Schmidt), Academy (new musical by John Mercurio & Andrew Kato), Nonsense and Beauty (play by Scott Sickles), Right Before I Go (A new play by Stan Zimmerman), The Evolution of Mann (a new musical by Doug Cohen and Dan Elish) and Victory Train (new musical by Jake Holmes and David Buskin). Recent projects include: DeNovo, The Assignment and gUN COUNTRY (Houses On the Moon Theatre Company), Easter Mysteries (live musical film), Himself and Nora, Stalking the Bogeyman, Velocity of Autumn, In The Heights, High Fidelity, Irena's Vow, How We Got Away With It (film). Member: The Broadway League, The Off-Broadway League, The League of Professional Theatre Women, Theatre Resources Unlimited (TRU) and NY Women in Film and Television.
(Producer) is a producer and production designer with experience in theatre, television, independent film, trade shows, and live events. Design credits include “The Jerry Lewis Telethon,” “The Miss America Pageant,” Showtime and Lifetime comedy specials, Women's Sports Foundation, Variety Foundation of New York, and product launches for Solvay, Novartis, and Abbott Laboratories. Producer credits include broadcast industry camera demonstrations for Sony, Ikegami, Canon, and Panasonic. Theatre credits include: My Trip Down the Pink Carpet (NY / London), Three Sides (NY), By Jeeves (London), The Gronholm Method (LA), and The Realistic Joneses (Broadway 2014). Daniel is a proud member of the United Scenic Artists and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
(Producer). Broadway: The Realistic Joneses. Other projects include the LA production of The Gronholm Method, Grant Olding’s Three Sides, and the 15th Anniversary Production of By Jeeves (London). Film credits: Clear Blue Tuesday (Producer). In Development: Strings and Paris 36. Trish is also a producer and creative director in television, film and live events. Event credits include Women in Cable, Lifetime and CBS Upfronts; Canon – Chairman’s Gala; and the introduction of vehicles from Mitsubishi Fuso, Volvo and BMW. She began her career working in both lighting and wardrobe with her parents in IATSE Local 72. During her early years in New York, Trish was a stage manager, and during graduate school at Columbia University she was an intern at the Shubert Organization where she worked on productions of Zoot Suit and Dancin’.
(Education Director) is a professional teaching artist/actor/director/choreographer from New York City, who currently sits on the Educational Theatre Association’s Board of Directors. Since 2008, Brian has been traveling the United States teaching musical theatre based workshops at festivals, conferences, high schools, and colleges. Brian is currently collaborating with a few Broadway productions to develop branded workshops furthering the importance of theatre education. In 2018, Brian was invited to participate in the EdTA & NEA Model Curriculum Framework project, where standards-based curricular units in Musical Theatre were created by theatre professionals from across the United States.
(Costume Designer) Amy Clark is a NYC-based costume designer whose work has been seen on Broadway, regional theaters, television, and arenas across the country. Amy's costume designs for Broadway include A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN and CHAPLIN (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations). Other recent designs include CLUELESS: THE MUSICAL, BIG APPLE CIRCUS, HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING at The Kennedy Center, DESCRIBE THE NIGHT at The Atlantic Theater, BLIND DATE at The Goodman Theater, ROMY AND MICHELE’S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION: THE MUSICAL and HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL at New World Stages, RINGLING BROS. BARNUM AND BAILEY CIRCUS PRESENTS: LEGENDS, FOLLIES, and CHAPLIN in St. Petersburg Russia, MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL at Bay Street Theater, HELLO, DOLLY!, KISS ME KATE, NOISES OFF, SOMEWHERE, THE LITTLE MERMAID, ON YOUR TOES at City Center Encores!. Amy has designed for regional theaters across the country and received the 2012 Theatre Hall of Fame Emerging Artists Fellowship. Received an MFA in Costume Design from NYU Tisch School of the Arts.
(General Management) credits include Wicked (Worldwide); War Paint; Oh, Hello on Broadway; Fully Committed (Broadway revival & original Off-Broadway); Fun Home; If/Then; The SpongeBob Musical; Peter and the Starcatcher; Bring It On: The Musical; Sister Act; Traces; Next To Normal; 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; The Vagina Monologues; Man of La Mancha; The Graduate; I Love You, You’re Perfect...; and Bat Boy. Other management credits include The Lion King; Smokey Joe’s Cafe; The Santaland Diaries; Full Gallop; Smoke on the Mountain; Rent; Guys & Dolls; and The Diary of Anne Frank. 321 Theatrical Management includes Nina Essman, Nancy Gibbs, Marcia Goldberg, Ken Silverman, Danielle Karliner Naish, and Amy Merlino.
WOJCIK | SEAY CASTING
(Casting) Owners Scott Wojcik and Gayle Seay cast in all mediums with Holly Buczek and Courtney Hammond. National and International tours: JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, WEST SIDE STORY-TOKYO, SOMETHING ROTTEN!, RENT, KINKY BOOTS, ROCK OF AGES, MOTOWN, JEKYLL & HYDE-KOREA, DREAMGIRLS-Korea, VOCALOSITY, FLASHDANCE, NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT, JOSEPH… DREAMCOAT, AND A CHORUS LINE. Off-Broadway includes: OTHELLO: THE REMIX, CHURCH & STATE, THE PORTAL, TENNESSEE WILLIAMS’ THE TWO CHARACTER PLAY, HANDLE WITH CARE, TRIASSIC PARQ and more. Regional: Multiple seasons/shows for Riverside Theatre, FL; Arvada Center, CO; John W. Engeman Theatre, NY; Theatre Raleigh, NC; Stages St. Louis, MO; Theatre Aspen, CO; Tuacahn Performing Arts Center, UT. www.wscasting.com @WScasting