(Producing Artistic Director) Andrew is celebrating his eleventh anniversary at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Last season, he was promoted by the board of directors to Producing Artistic Director/Chief Executive. During his tenure, he has produced over 65 productions and subscriptions have grown to over 7,600 patrons. Overall attendance has grown to nearly 100,000 guests annually. He has been the Creative Consultant/Coordinating Producer on the Tony Awards® for the last 13 years (which has received the Emmy Award eight times). He has produced many Broadway concerts, including Chess in Concert starring Josh Groban; the Twentieth Anniversary Concert Benefit of Dreamgirls (starring Audra McDonald); Funny Girl in Concert; the Original Broadway Cast Reunion Concert of Once On This Island; The Tenth Anniversary Concert Version of Into the Woods, among others. Andrew produced the 1999 through 2002 New York State Governor’s Arts Awards; and Experience Lincoln Center (hosted by Jon Stewart). He was the conceiver and Associate Producer of Madhattan at Las Vegas’ New York New York Hotel and Casino, Savion Glover and Friends at the Delacorte Theatre, and off-Broadway’s the Bomb-itty of Errors. He was a Producing Associate on the Broadway productions of Jelly’s Last Jam, Angels in America and the off-Broadway production of Cryptogram. Andrew conceived and developed several new musicals, including Switch!; Gentlemen’s Bet; 1001 Nights (which he also directed at The Lyric Theatre in Stuart); Street Songs, Diva Diaries (which he also directed at Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Broward Center for the Performing Arts and at Chicago’s Lakeshore Theatre) and Through the Looking Glass for three consecutive years at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre as well as The Wiz in 2015. He conceived and directed (at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre) the award-winning musical Academy, which appeared at the New York Musical Theatre Festival in New York City, where it won the “Production Award.” Academy won “Best Musical” at the Daegu International Musical Theatre Festival and received a “Best Musical” nomination for the 2010 Carbonell Awards. Andrew received the 2012 “Council’s Choice” Muse Award from the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, the 2013 Silver Palm Award from the South Florida Theatre League for Outstanding Contribution and was honored as being one of the 2014 Leaders of Distinction by Florida Weekly. He is a graduate of Florida State University.
ANNE MUNDELL **
(Scenic Designer) Anne’s previous scenic designs at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre include Other Desert Cities, Glen Garry Glen Ross, and Frost/Nixon. Anne has designed scenery for hundreds of projects throughout the United States. She has been teaching Scenic Design at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama for 28 years. Anne was recently the recipient of the Ryan Award for Teaching Excellence and the Frankel Award for Leadership in the Arts. She was also featured in Pittsburgh Magazine as one of the top professors in the region. Anne is director and founder of Growing Theater Outreach, a 15-year collaboration between Carnegie Mellon Mentors and at-risk third and fifth graders. She is one of the founders of the internationally recognized Roboceptionist Project, a social robotics collaboration featured recently in Time Magazine and The Wall Street Journal.
(Stage Manager)Brandy is thrilled to be back for her eleventh season with the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. A Florida native and graduate of Rollins College, she has been lucky enough to work all over the country in regional theatre, opera, and on national tours. She has also been the Production Stage Manager for City Theatre's Summer Shorts at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami for the past five seasons. Some of her favorite credits include Lookingglass Alice, Tom Stoppard's Arcadia at Theatre Virginia, 12 Angry Men at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre Cabaret at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress at the Santa Fe Opera, and the national tours of Spiderman Live! and West Side Story. Thank you to her family for their love and support, and thank you to everyone at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre.
(Footman) Brian is beyond excited to be making his Maltz Jupiter Theatre debut and to be performing in his home state once again. He has been seen in South Florida in Mame, Man of La Mancha, Oklahoma!, George M!, Peter Pan, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Wick Theatre), Gypsy (Broward Stage Door), and West Side Story (Actor’s Playhouse). Other favorite credits include A Chorus Line, Tommy Tune’s Fifty*Four*Forever, and The Wizard of Oz. He extends many thanks to God, his unfathomably supportive and loving family, and everyone else that got him to this point today. He is a graduate of the University of Miami BFA Musical Theatre program. C-A-N-E-S CANES!
(Winston Churchill) Colin is delighted to return to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre where he was last seen as the Inspector in Dial M for Murder. Other Florida work includes seasons at Florida Stage, The Promethean Theatre, Actor's Playhouse, and Palm Beach Dramaworks. In the UK, Colin has appeared in the West End of London, at the Royal National Theatre, other regional theatres, and on television. Broadway and off Broadway credits include Waiting in the Wings, House and Garden, The Woman in Black, and The Importance of Being Earnest. US television credits include Law and Order, Zero Hour, and Pan-Am. Colin has worked in Europe, Australia, and China. He publishes a monthly actor-blog at mcphillamy.com
CORY PATTAK **
(Lighting Design) Cory previously designed Other Desert Cities at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. New York credits include Stalking the Bogeyman (New World Stages), Revolution in the Elbow of Ragnar Agnarsson (Minetta Lane Theatre), Happy We’ll Be (Roseland Theatre), Handle with Care (Westside Theatre Downstairs), Skippyjon Jones (Theatreworks USA), Freddie Falls in Love (Pershing Square), This Side of Paradise (Theatre at St. Clements), and Unlocked, Nymph Errant, With Glee, The Blue Flower (Prospect Theatre.) Regional credits include Weston Playhouse, Old Globe, Portland Stage, Goodspeed Musicals, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Capital Repertory Theatre, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Syracuse Stage, Indianapolis Opera, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Northern Stage, Engeman Theatre and the recent national tour of Flashdance. Cory was the associate/assistant for Newsies, Peter and the Starcatcher, A Time to Kill, An Evening with Patti Lupone & Mandy Patinkin, The Story of My Life, Irena’s Vow (Broadway), Heathers (Off Broadway), Daddy Long Legs (Off Broadway/Regionally/London.) Host and creator of “in 1: the podcast,” featuring interviews with theatrical designers. www.corypattak.com
(Assistant Stage Manager) Debi is absolutely thrilled to be joining The Maltz Jupiter Theatre team! Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, Debi has spent the past 24 years at The Walnut Street Theatre as Stage Manager for over 100 large-scale musicals and plays. Also a director, Debi has had the pleasure of directing both plays and musicals, having most recently directed a record-breaking production of Always, Patsy Cline at the Walnut Street Theatre this past spring. A brand new resident of fabulously sunny Florida, Debi is excited to be kicking off a new season in her new home town with The Audience. Love always to Chris J.
EMILY K.B. GOUGH
(Dresser) Emily is a senior in Palm Beach Virtual School and is also enrolled in the Maltz Jupiter Theatre Professional Training Program and a member of the Youth Touring Company. Conservatory credits include Anything Goes, Sweet Charity, Little Shop of Horrors, Cats, Footloose, Hairspray, Through the Looking Glass, and Suessical. Maltz Jupiter Theatre regional credits include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat, Will Rodgers Follies, and Kiss Me Kate. She would also like to thank Andrew Kato and Lou Jacob for this wonderful experience.
(Equerry) Gabriel is thrilled to return to The Maltz Jupiter Theatre after playing the Bishop in last season’s production of Les Miserables (2015 Best Musical Carbonell). Other regional theatre roles include Charles Guiteau in Sondheim’s Assassins (2014 Best Musical Carbonell) at Zoetic Stage, Sylvia St. Croix in Ruthless! (2013 Best Supporting Actor Carbonell and Silver Palm Award), Sir Robin in Spamalot and Henry Ford in Ragtime at Actor’s Playhouse, the PBS Great Performances programming of Candide at Lincoln Center, Los Angeles companies of Sweeney Todd, The Phantom of the Opera at Musical Theatre West, and Grand Hotel at the Pasadena Playhouse.
(Wig Designer) Broadway: Hair Tour, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Hair, Hello, Dolly!, The Grinch, My Fair Lady. West End: Hair. In New York: The Public Theater, The Mint Theater, Play Wrights Horizons, The York Theater, The Pearl Theater, The Classic Stage Company. Regionally: Westchester Broadway Theater, Walnut Street Theater, North Shore Music Theater, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Dallas Theater Center, Maine State Music Theatre, Carousel Dinner Theater, Phoenix Theater, Sierra Repertory Theatre, San Francisco Theater Works, Cape Playhouse, The Allmanson Theater, Sacramento Music Theater, Down Town Cabaret, Westport Country Playhouse, George Street Playhouse. Shakespeare Festivals: New York, Lake Tahoo, New Jersey, Idaho, San Francisco. Movies: The Conjuring, Transamerica, Girls Will Be Girls, Notorious, The Ten, The Savages, The Other Women. TV: Law And Order, Law And Order SVU, The Ru Paul Show, Are We There Yet, Others: The B-52’S, Ru Paul, Charles Busch, Varla Jean Merman, Lypsinka, Jennifer Holiday, Laura Linney. Felicity Huffman, Marlo Thomas, Whoopi Goldberg, Lesley Mann and William Hurt.
(Bobo MacDonald/Margaret Thatcher) Henny is thrilled to return to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, last appearing in Same Time Next Year. She recently completed a successful run of a new play, Oslo at Lincoln Center Theater, which is moving to Broadway in March 2017. Other Broadway credits include The Audience (with Helen Mirren), Machinal, The Winslow Boy, The Other Place, Lombardi, The Royal Family, Impressionism (with Jeremy Irons), and Major Barbara. Off-Broadway credits include Napoleon in Exile (59E59), Fuddy Meers (Minetta Lane), and Boy Gets Girl (Manhattan Theatre Club), and she has numerous regional credits. Ms. Russell stars in the short film Drip by Drip, currently in post-production. Other film credits include Bridge of Spies (Steven Spielberg), Freeheld (with Julianne Moore), Good Ol’ Boy, Kilimanjaro, You Don’t Know Jack (with Al Pacino), and Revolutionary Road. Television appearances include Elementary, The Leftovers, Unforgettable, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Gossip Girl, Law & Order, Hope & Faith. www.hennyrussell.com.
(Vocal Coach) Jennifer is an Associate Professor in the BFA theatre training program at the University of Miami, where she is also the voice, accent, and text director for the Jerry Herman Ring Theatre. Since 2009, Jennifer has been a member of the artistic team at Texas Shakespeare Festival where she has vocally directed many Shakespeare plays (Macbeth, Hamlet, As You Like It, Romeo and Juliet, Cymbeline) as well as many period plays and musicals. Additional accent direction credits include Saturday Night Fever for Royal Caribbean International, Billy Elliot, Fiddler on the Roof, and Lost in Yonkers for the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, and Cherry Docs for the King’s Head Theatre in London. She holds a Master of Fine Arts in Acting degree from Brandeis University and is a certified Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework.
(Queen Elizabeth II) Karen is a Boston based actress who has worked on many national and international stages. Favorite roles include the title role in Mother Courage and her Children, Kate Keller in All My Sons, Arkadina in The Sea Gull, Mary Tyrone in Long Day’s Journey into Night, and the title role in The Drowsy Chaperone. On Broadway, she understudied and performed the role of Amanda Wingfield in John Tiffany’s Tony-nominated revival of The Glass Menagerie. New England area appearances include Huntington Theatre Company, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Israeli Stage, Lyric Stage, Hartford Stage, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Berkshire Theatre Group, among many others. As a founding company member of the American Repertory Theatre, she performed in 72 productions. She performed Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Andris Nelsons and the Boston Symphony Orchestra and premiered A Soldier’s Carol with Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops. She received the Robert Brustein Award for Sustained Achievement in the Theatre and the Eliot Norton Prize for Sustained Excellence in 2010.
(Director) Lou is thrilled to return to The Maltz Jupiter Theatre, having previously directed Red in a co-production with The Asolo Repertory Theatre. He is the recipient of The Princess Grace Statue Award for his contribution to the Performing Arts in America. He is a member of the Tony Awards Nominating Committee and holds degrees in Theater and Intellectual History from Northwestern University. Lou is the Chair of the MFA Directing program at the New School for Drama, College of the Performing Arts. Off-Broadway productions include the world premiere of Sam Shepard’s The God Of Hell, starring Tim Roth, Randy Quaid, J. Smith-Cameron and Frank Wood; The US premiere of The Glass Cage by JB Priestley at The Mint Theatre (Top Ten Production/Time Out Magazine, two Lucille Lortel Awards for Scenic Design and Outstanding Revival); Coyote On A Fence, (two Drama Desk Award Nominations, Village Voice Top Ten) starring Paul Sparks; Dickens Hard Times (Village Voice Season Highlight, Drama Desk Nominee for Best Director); Vilna's Got A Golem (Village Voice Season Highlight). International and tour credits include Saturday Night Fever, which played for two seasons at the Beatrix Theatre in Amsterdam and across Europe, and his play Night Train To The Stars, which premiered at the Metropolitan Theater in Tokyo. Concert tour direction and design development credits include Peter Gabriel’s Up and Back to Front. He is the director of Backyardigans Live! for Nickelodeon.
MARK H. DOLD*
(John Major) Mark is pleased to be making his Maltz Jupiter Theatre debut with The Audience. He is originally from the north shore of Chicago and calls New York City home. He has appeared on and off Broadway and in regional theaters from coast to coast. Recent appearances on television include guest-starring roles on Person of Interest; Chicago P.D.; and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. Mark is an Associate Artist at Barrington Stage Company and a member of The Actors Center. He is a graduate of Boston University and The Yale School of Drama. Special thanks to Stephanie Yankwitt and Lou Jacob.
(Sound Designer/Composer) Marty is elated to be returning for his sixth season as resident sound designer at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre after winning the best sound design Carbonell Award for Les Misérables last season! A native born Floridian, Marty graduated from Full Sail University all the way back in 1996. Ever since then he has been working both sides of the recording studio glass wearing the various hats of producer, engineer, songwriter or musician, sometimes all at once. Other favorite design credits include 4.48 Psychosis (Carbonell Award for Best Sound Design, The Naked Stage) Dial M for Murder (Carbonell Nomination, Maltz Jupiter Theatre), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Carbonell Nomination, Maltz Jupiter Theatre), The King and I (Carbonell Nomination, Maltz Jupiter Theatre), Cabaret, Hello Dolly, Other Desert Cities, Mousetrap, Chicago, Spamalot, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, 42nd Street, A Little Night Music, and The Glass Menagerie. www.martymets.com
PAUL DE BOY*
(Gordon Brown) Paul is delighted to return to Maltz Jupiter where he was last seen as George in Same Time Next Year with the wonderful Henny Russell. A professional actor since 1978, Paul was Harry Bright in the closing cast of Mamma Mia! on Broadway, Junius Booth in Edwin, The Story of Edwin Booth at St. Clement’s and eurydice at Second Stage, all in NYC. Selected roles in Paul’s long stage career include Pastor Paul in The Christians for Syracuse Stage and The Wilma Theatre, McNamara et al. in All The Way for Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Higgins in My Fair Lady at The Pioneer Theatre, and Hannay in The 39 Steps at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. Paul has been seen on all four versions of the TV series Law & Order as well as Royal Pains and The Following. Born in Baltimore, Paul calls New York City home. www.pauldeboy.com
(Playwright) Peter Morgan’s first stage play is Frost/Nixon. It was developed with producer Matthew Byam Shaw for The Donmar Warehouse. His film credits include screenplays for The Queen, starring Helen Mirren and Michael Sheen (Academy Award nomination; Golden Globe Winner); The Last King of Scotland, starring Forest Whitaker (BAFTA Award Winner), and the screen adaptation of Frost/Nixon, directed by Ron Howard, starring Frank Langella and Michael Sheen. His television credits include HBO’s multi-Golden-Globe winning Longford, The Deal (BAFTA Award for Best Single Drama), and Henry VIII (International Emmy for Best Drama, 2004).
PETER SIMON HILTON*
(Blair/Cameron) Peter was previously seen at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre as David Frost in Frost/Nixon. Other theatre credits include Oklahoma!, Les Misérables (National Tours); Oliver! (Theatre Under The Stars); Mamma Mia, Fiddler on the Roof, My Fair Lady (Maine State Music Theater); Hamlet (Denver Center for the Performing Arts); The 39 Steps, Much Ado About Nothing, Julius Caesar, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Henry VIII (Alabama Shakespeare Festival); The Tempest, Henry IV pt.1 & 2, Henry VI pt.1, Othello, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Much Ado About Nothing (Colorado Shakespeare Festival); Witness for the Prosecution, My Fair Lady (Fulton Theater), The 39 Steps (Drury Lane Theatre); Spamalot (Gateway Theatre); Boeing Boeing (Engerman Theatre); Damascus (Northern Stage); Crossing Delancey, Moonlight & Magnolias, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (Public Theater, Maine); King Lear, Macbeth, The Odyssey, Iliad, The Comedy of Errors, Coriolanus, Agamemnon, Wasps, Birds (Aquila Theater Company). Television and film credits include Pan Am, The Prince, An Englishman in New York, and Honey Flood. Peter is also a United States board member of Shakespeare’s Globe in London and a Genie Award-wining playwright.
PETER W. GALMAN*
(Anthony Eden) Peter happily returns to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, where he recently appeared as Baptista in Kiss Me, Kate before helping Andrew Kato earn a Carbonell award for Best Ensemble Acting with Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s Glengarry Glen Ross. Peter has appeared in over 100 productions in a professional acting career that spans 50 years. He played the lead on Broadway in Forty Carats opposite legendary actress Julie Harris. He achieved national prominence on television, appearing in the Emmy-nominated The People Next Door by J.P. Miller, playing the lead in the teleplay version of The Prodigal, Jack Richardson's modern-day adaptation of the Greek tragedy Oresteia, and starring in the top-rated soap As The World Turns as Tom Hughes. Later this year, he will appear in Dan Clancy's Middletown at the Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center in Boca Raton. Peter is the founder of the Shakespeare Troupe of South Florida, which can be followed on social media. www.petergalman.com
(Harold Wilson) Rod has most recently appeared on Broadway with Helen Mirren in The Audience as Gordon Brown. He has appeared with Martin Sheen and Al Pacino in Julius Caesar at the New York Shakespeare Festival, and on Broadway with Laura Linney in Holiday. Other Broadway credits include Death and the King's Horseman, Our Town, The Real Inspector Hound, Saint Joan, Timon of Athens, The Government Inspector, and Cyrano De Bergerac. Rod has done four shows at Lincoln Center, most notably When the Rain Stops Falling and Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme. Rod is a member of Atlantic Theater Company, and has performed in their productions of Edmund and Clean as well as David Mamet’s Keep Your Pantheon, part of Two Unrelated Plays at the Kirk Douglas Theater, appearing with Ed O’Neil and David Paymer. Later, in New York Rod originated Mamet’s School, with John Pankow. A resident of Los Angels, Rod has appeared in several television episodes and films, in between appearing in Mamet’s November and What the Butler Saw at the Mark Taper Forum, and Wait Until Dark and These Paper Bullets at the Geffen Playhouse.
SKYE ALYSSA FRIEDMAN*
(Young Elizabeth) Skye, a 15-year-old ninth grade homeschool student from Jupiter, FL, has been performing since the age of five. She is honored to be part of The Audience! In 2013, Skye made her Broadway debut in Annie: the Musical. Professional Maltz Jupiter Theatre credits include Billy Elliot, The Music Man, The Sound of Music, and Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Maltz Jupiter Theatre student productions include The Crucible, Anything Goes, Hairspray, Oklahoma, The Pajama Game, Sweet Charity, Seussical, Honk!, and Peter Pan Jr. She was the Sound Designer for Rhinoceros and The Glass Menagerie, and Assistant Choreographer for Ever Happily After at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre. Television credits include Cupcake Wars. Skye is part of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s Youth Touring Company and a Kretzer Kid. She is a proud member of Actors Equity Association. Many thanks to mom, dad, family, friends, teachers, and Nancy Carson for helping Skye fulfill her dreams! Special thanks to Lou Jacob, Andrew Kato, Rachel Blavatnik, and The Audience cast and crew!
(Footman) Tony is proud to make his Maltz Jupiter Theatre debut in The Audience. Previous regional credits include West Side Story (A-Rab) and Spamalot (Ensemble) at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, and Spamalot (Ensemble) at American Stage Theater. Tony recently received his BFA in Musical Theatre with a minor in Dance from The University of Central Florida. Instagram: @tonypracek
WADE LABOISSONNIERE **
(Costume Designer) Wade last designed Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s production of Other Desert Cities. Broadway credits include The Story of My Life and tours credits include Disney’s High School Musical (US, Australia, Spain, West End) and White Christmas. Off-Broadway credits include An Octoroon, The Outgoing Tide; Side Effects; Zanna, Don’t!; and Shakespeare’s R&J. Regional productions include Ford’s Theatre (Associate Artist;) Shakespeare Theatre; The Kennedy Center; Arena Stage; Cincinnati Playhouse; Baltimore Center Stage; Portland Center Stage; Goodspeed Musicals; Fifth Avenue Theatre; Berkshire Theatre Group; Delaware Theatre; Hangar Theatre; Dallas Theater Center; Alliance Theatre; Papermill Playhouse; Westport Country Playhouse; Pasadena Playhouse. Wade has published two volumes of Blueprints of Fashion. He is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama.
*Actors’ Equity Association
**United Scenic Artists
***Stage Directors and Choreographers Society
Playwright: Peter Morgan