BENJAMIN WALKER (Patrick Bateman) can next be seen starring with Chris Hemsworth in Ron Howard’s epic adaptation of In The Heart of The Sea for Warner Bros. He then stars as the male lead in LionsGate’s romantic drama The Choice, an adaptation of the successful novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks, which will be released in February 2016. Walker has also wrapped production as the star of the romantic period film The Moon and The Sun, based on the popular young adult novel of the same name. Currently, Walker is in production as the lead character in the independent drama film entitled “Shimmer Lake.” Some of his other previous film credits include appearing in the Clint Eastwood directed Flags Of Our Fathers, the Bill Condon directed Kinsey, the title role in Timur Bekmambetov’s Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, produced by Tim Burton, and the Emmy- nominated HBO film Muhammed Ali’s Greatest Fight directed by Stephen Frears. Benjamin is perhaps best known from his critically acclaimed performance on Broadway as the title character in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Benjamin’s extensive theater credits include: the Broadway revival of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof alongside Scarlett Johannson and directed by Rob Ashford, Roundabout Theatre Company’s Les Liaisons Dangereuses on Broadway directed by Rufus Norris and co-starring Laura Linney, and Inherit The Wind on Broadway opposite Brian Dennehy and Christopher Plummer, directed by Doug Hughes. He also co-starred in Arrangements Off-Broadway at the Atlantic Theatre Company, directed by Christian Parker. Raised in Cartersville, Georgia, Benjamin is a graduate of the prestigious Juilliard School in New York and the Interlochen Arts Academy. He currently resides in New York where he produces and hosts a monthly comedy variety show called “Find the Funny” at Joe’s Pub.
ALICE RIPLEY (Mrs. Bateman/Mrs.Wolfe) received the 2009 Best Actress in a Musical Tony and Helen Hayes Awards for her work in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Next to Normal. She made her Broadway debut in the original cast of The Who’s Tommy, and went on to star in the original Broadway casts of Sunset Boulevard, Side Show (Tony and Drama Desk noms), James Joyce’s The Dead, and The Rocky Horror Show. Ms. Ripley is also a songwriter, and she has produced three albums with her band, RIPLEY. She has starred in the feature films Muckland, SUGAR!, Bear With Us, The Way I Remember It and Isn’t It Delicious, and recently appeared on the small screen in “Blue Bloods,” “30 Rock,” and “Royal Pains.” (twitter/fb/instagram: @ripleytheband)
HELÉNE YORKE (Evelyn Williams) is currently shooting the new Epix show “Graves,” alongside Nick Nolte. She also recently recurred as Jane on the critically acclaimed Showtime series “Masters of Sex.” She can next be seen in the upcoming film The Night Before. Heléne has also performed on Broadway, most notably in Woody Allen’s Bullets Over Broadway, as well as Off-Broadway. Other TV credits include “Person of Interest” (CBS), “30 Rock” (NBC), “A Gifted Man” (CBS), “I Just Want My Pants Back” (MTV), and “Louie” (FX). She was also featured on the acclaimed web series “High Maintenance.” Heléne can be heard on “American Dad” (FOX), “Family Guy” (FOX), “Bojack Horseman” (NETFLIX), and “Robot Chicken” (Comedy Central).
JENNIFER DAMIANO (Jean) received a Tony Award nomination for creating the role of “Natalie” in the critically acclaimed Broadway production, Next To Normal. She returned to Broadway as the original “Mary Jane Watson” in Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark, with music and lyrics by U2, and starred in the Off-Broadway musical, Venice, at the Public Theatre. At 15 years old, Jennifer made her Broadway debut in Spring Awakening and was the youngest member of the original cast. Jennifer recently completed shooting the independent film, American Dresser, and can be seen in the indie features Outliving Emily and B-Side, as well as Fourth Man Out, due in theaters early 2016.
DREW MOERLEIN (Paul Owen) is a NYC-based actor and Syracuse University graduate. American Psycho The Musical is Drew’s Broadway Debut and he is excited to be sharing the stage with this talented cast. National Tour: SPANK! The Fifty Shades Musical Parody (Christian Grey role). Regional Theatre: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, The Real Thing, Lost in Yonkers, The Sound of Music, A Christmas Carol. TV: Eli Roth’s “South of Hell” (Dusty – series regular), “OLTL,” “Legal Aids,” “In Between Men.” Film: Blind, Fair Market Value, V/H/S, Heather and Andy, 1928, Yearbook. Thank you to Robert Stein Management, Stewart Talent, Telsey & Co., Don Buchwald & Associates, Mom, Pop & Alex, Mr. Speigel & Ms. Devino, and his amazing friends and family. Love to his wife and inspiration Adrienne. DrewMoerlein.com. Proud AEA member since 2012.
KRYSTINA ALABADO (Vanden, u/s Jean). Krystina was most recently seen in the world premiere of David Bowie’s Lazarus at New York Theatre Workshop. Broadway: Green Day’s American Idiot. National Tours: Evita (Mistress), American Idiot & Spring Awakening (1st National Tours dir. Michael Mayer) Off-Broadway/Regional: Camp Wanatachi (La MaMa), Pregnancy Pact (Weston Playhouse). TV: “Tyrant” (FX). Thanks to my family, Terry and David at NSM, Erin and all at CESD, Craig, the entire creative team and love to my Bob next door! @krystinaalabado
DAVE THOMAS BROWN (David Van Patten, u/s Patrick Bateman) is a North Carolina bred Sagittarius. Starred as Casey in the NYC premiere of The Legend of Georgia McBride at MCC (Clive Barnes Theatre Award), and as JD in Heathers: The Musical. Michael in The Bridges Of Madison County 1st National Tour, Spring Awakening (Cygnet Theatre), At Liberty Hall (Premiere Stages), Shakespeare’s R&J (Cygnet Theatre). Proud graduate of UNCSA. Online @davethomasbrown.
JORDAN DEAN (Luis Carruthers) was most recently seen opposite Patti Lupone and Michael Urie in Shows for Days at Lincoln Center. His other credits include: Broadway: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Mamma Mia!, Cymbeline. Theater: The New Century (Lincoln Center), Pump Boys and Dinettes (City Center), The Heart of Robin Hood (American Repertory Theater), Macbeth (Manchester Theatre Festival, UK/Park Ave Armory) – Dir. Rob Ashford and Kenneth Branagh, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (CSC), Romeo and Juliet (Actors Theater of Louisville), The Corn is Green (Williamstown), As You Like It (Public). Film: Not Fade Away, Thanks For Sharing, Burning Blue, Virgin Alexander, Jersey Girls, Our Little Happiness. TV: “High Maintenance,” “The Mysteries of Laura,” “Royal Pains,” “Show Me a Hero,” “Forever,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Law & Order,” “Guiding Light.” Education: B.F.A., Carnegie Mellon University.
ANNA EILINSFELD (Victoria, u/s Evelyn Williams, Courtney Lawrence). Broadway: Kinky Boots, Wicked. Regional and Tour: Wicked, Evita (Flat Rock Playhouse), Venice (KCRep), Les Miserables (Marriott Lincolnshire), Winner Take All (NYFringe). Television: “Royal Pains,” “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll,” “The Following,” “Manhattan Love Story,” ”Taxi: Brooklyn,” “Blue Bloods.” Film: New Line Cinema’s upcoming How to be Single. Graduate of Northwestern University.
JASON HITE (Sean Bateman). Broadway debut. Off-Broadway: Bare (New World Stages). Regional: Girlfriend (Berkeley Rep), Giant (Dallas Theatre Center), Spring Awakening (San Jose Rep), The Black Suits (Barrington Stage Company). Film/TV: The Good Wife, Madam Secretary (CBS) Albums: From the Dim, Sweet Light with his band 5j Barrow. Endless thanks and love to friends and family, the team at Station 3, and to Telsey. For Mom, Dad, Grandma, Eryn, and Young Rep. www.5jbarrow.com
ERICKA HUNTER (Sabrina, u/s Evelyn Williams, Courtney Lawrence, Mrs. Bateman/Mrs. Wolfe) American Psycho marks Ericka’s fourth original Broadway cast. A native of Ottawa, Canada, Ericka has appeared in the Broadway casts of Rock Of Ages, Flower Drum Song, Doctor Zhivago and 42nd Street. Other theater credits include Bangwagon (Encores!), The Lion King (Toronto), Radio City Rockettes, Damn Yankees (Reprise!). TV credits include: “Smash” (NBC), “Rescue Me” (FX), “Mozart In The Jungle” (Amazon), “Best Time Ever” (NBC).
HOLLY JAMES (Christine). Training: The Urdang Academy. Theatre credits include: Ensemble in Wonderland (Manchester International and National Production); The Matador in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Playhouse); Christine in American Psycho – Original Cast (Almeida Theatre); Ensemble/Assistant Dance Captain in The Bodyguard – Original Cast (Adelphi Theatre); Ensemble & understudy Hattie in Kiss Me Kate (Chichester Festival Theatre); Company in Pippin (Menier Chocolate Factory); Guest Vocalist in Michael Ball’s Heroes Tour (UK Tour); Soloist in La Varite (Hackney Empire); Featured Dancer in Stephen Mear’s Shoes (The Peacock Theatre); Swing & u/s Dionne in Hair (Broadway transfer to the Gielgud Theatre); Tiger Lilly in Peter Pan (Curve, Leicester); Demeter in Cats (Stadium Tour); Carmen Diaz in Fame (UK Tour); Peaches, one of the Dynamites in the original West End cast of Hairspray (Shaftesbury Theatre); Swing and Dance Captain in Porgy & Bess (Savoy Theatre); Joule in Starlight Express (UK Tour); Ensemble in The Genius of Ray Charles (Theatre Royal Haymarket). Other credits include: TYMES 4 (Girl Group) with 2 Top 20 hits and a UK/European Tour; ‘I’m In Heaven’ a No 7 hit with Jason Nevins; ‘Touch It’ a No 3 hit in the US Club Charts; ‘Ayo Technology’ video featured Girl In Car, song by Justin Timberlake and 50 Cent.
KEITH RANDOLPH SMITH (Detective Kimball). Broadway: Fences, King Hedley II, The Piano Lesson, Come Back Little Sheba, Salome. Off-Broadway: Intimacy (New Group), Tamburlaine (TFANA), Theatre for One (T41), First Breeze of Summer (Signature), Fabulation (Playwrights Horizons), Jitney (Second Stage/London’s National Theatre), Holiday Heart (MTC). Regional: Paradise Blue (Williamstown), Anthony and Cleopatra (Hartford), The CA Lyons Project (Alliance), Sunset Baby (City Theatre), Gem of the Ocean (McCarter), Death of a Salesman (Chautauqua). Film: Anesthesia, Journeymen, The Warrior Class, Malcolm X, Path to Paradise, Fallout, Girl 6, Dead Dogs Lie, Backstreet Justice. TV: “Onion Sportsdome,” “Law and Order” (all), “NY Undercover,” “The Cosby Show,” “I’ll Fly Away,” “One Life to Live,” “All My Children.”
Theo Stockman has appeared on Broadway in the original casts of Green Day’s American Idiot and The Public’s revival of HAIR. Off-Broadway he starred in the world premiere of David Rabe’s An Early History of Fire (The New Group). TV credits include: “Inside Amy Schumer” (Comedy Central, recur), “The Following” (FOX), “Private Practice” (ABC), “Nurse Jackie” (Showtime), “Blue Bloods” (CBS), “30ROCK” (NBC), and “Olive Kitteridge” (HBO). Recent film includes Stephen King’s A Good Marriage, And So It Goes (dir. Rob Reiner), and Home. He can be seen in the critically acclaimed web series “High Maintenance,” soon to be on HBO. Upcoming: “Shades Of Blue” on NBC.
ALEX MICHAEL STOLL (Craig McDermott). Broadway: West Side Story, Evita, Spiderman, If/Then. Other Theatre: Colossal (Young Mike) Kennedy Center Rolling World premiere at DTC. TV/Film: A Million Ways to Die In The West, “Gossip Girl,” “Smash,” Oscars, Kennedy Center Honors. Love to my family and Jeff.
MORGAN WEED (Courtney Lawrence). Theater: First Wives Club (dir. Simon Phillips, Oriental Theater), Grease (dir. Daniel Goldstein, Papermill Playhouse), Fly (dir. Jeffrey Seller, Dallas Theater Center), The Last Five Years (dir. Jason Robert Brown, Second Stage), Swing State (NYMF Outstanding Individual Performance Award, dir. Igor Goldin), Rent (dir. Michael Greif, New World Stages), Next to Normal (dir. Michael Greif, Second Stage), Saved (dir. Gary Griffin, Playwrights Horizons), Dangerous Beauty (dir. Sheryl Kaller, Pasadena Playhouse), Venice (dir. Eric Rosen, Kirk Douglas Theater), The Boys Are Coming Home (dir. Gary Griffin, Barber Theater), Was (dir. Tina Landau, Barber Theater), The Fig Leaves Are Falling (dir. Ben West, Connelly Theater). Television: “Elementary,” “Person of Interest.” Film: Je T’aime Jean, Fish & Owl, Consumers. Northwestern University. AEA, SAG-AFTRA.
BRANDON KALM (stand-by Craig McDermott, David Van Patten, Sean Bateman, Luis Carruthers, Tim Price) Broadway debut! International/National Tour: Green Day’s American Idiot. The Public: The Tempest. B.F.A. in Musical Theater from Pace University and current student at the William Esper Studio. A massive thank you to this incredible creative team and Telsey + Company for this wild wonderful ride. Love to my family, DBA, Authentic Talent, and my little odd. @brandonkalm
SYDNEY MORTON (standby Sabrina, Christine, Victoria). Broadway: Memphis (OBC), Evita (OBC), Motown (“Florence,” OBC). National Tours: Flashdance (“Alex”), Jersey Boys (“Francine,” Chicago Company). Regional: High School Musical (“Gabriella,” Paper Mill Playhouse), The Wild Party (Encores), Cabin In The Sky (Encores, 2016). TV/Film: The Intern, Service to Man, The Sound of Music Live (NBC), “Jessica Jones” (Netflix). Training: The University of Michigan, RADA. Go Blue! Thanks to the creative team, BRS/Gage, 44 West Entertainment, family, Preston (and George). Joshua 1:9 sydneymorton.com
ANTHONY SAGARIA (standby Craig McDermott, David Van Patten, Sean Bateman, Luis Carruthers) is thrilled to be making his Broadway debut! New York Theatre: The Bad Years (Danny). Regional: Murder Ballad (Michael), Into The Woods (Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf), Bye Bye Birdie (Conrad Birdie). TV: “Orange Is The New Black.” Proud Baldwin Wallace graduate. Big thanks to Stone Manners Salners, Telsey & Co., Mom, and Dad. @Anthony_Sagaria
NEKA ZANG (Standby for Sabrina, Christine, Victoria) is BLOODY excited to be back on Broadway with American Psycho. She just wrapped a starring role in the feature film Dam Sharks for the SYFY network that will air summer 2016. Splitting her time between LA and NYC, she has appeared on both stage and screen. She was last seen on Broadway as Constance Sack rocking out eight times a week in the smash hit Rock 0f Ages. Some favorite credits include, Wicked, Mary Poppins, commercials for Spanx, Massage Envy and can be seen in the feature film A Winters Tale starring Colin Farrell. For the believers that always continue to support my craziness: Mom, Dad, Mars, Peter and for Craig/Telsey who continues to cast me. Follow the madness online @nekazang.
DUNCAN SHEIK (Music & Lyrics) was awarded the 2007 Tony Awards for Best Orchestrations and Best Original Score, and the 2008 Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album for Spring Awakening, which won a total of 8 Tony Awards including Best Musical. His other work for the stage includes Because of Winn Dixie (Arkansas Repertory Theater); The Nightingale (La Jolla Playhouse); Alice By Heart (London’s National Theatre); Whisper House (Old Globe Theatre); Nero (Another Golden Rome) (Powerhouse Theatre); and The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Classic Stage Company). Film scores include The Cake Eaters; Little Spirit and Harvest. As a solo recording artist, Sheik’s self-titled debut on Atlantic Records spent 52 weeks on the Billboard 200 and earned him a Grammy nomination for Best Male Vocal and was Certified Gold by the RIAA. Sheik’s other albums include Humming; Phantom Moon; Daylight; White Limousine and Legerdemain.
ROBERTO AGUIRRE-SACASA (Book) is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter, comic book and television writer. He is the co-book writer of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. His plays, including Abigail/1702 (New York Stage and Film/Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park/City Theatre, Pittsburgh); Doctor Cerberus (South Coast Repertory/LA Theatreworks, California); The Picture of Dorian Gray (Roundhouse Theatre, Maryland); King of Shadows (Working Theatre, New York); Good Boys and True (Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago/Second Stage Theatre, New York); Based on a Totally True Story (Manhattan Theatre Club); The Mystery Plays (Second Stage Theatre/Yale Repertory Theatre); The Velvet Sky (Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Washington D.C.); The Muckle Man (City Theatre); Dark Matters (Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, New York); Rough Magic (Hangar Theatre, New York); The Weird (Dad’s Garage Theatre, Atlanta); It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s SUPERMAN (Dallas Theatre Center). He is the Chief Creative Officer for Archie Comics, for which he writes the horror hit Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Additionally, he has written for the HBO series “Big Love,” the Fox hit “Glee,” and HBO’s “Looking.” His film work includes Carrie and The Town that Dreaded Sundown, both for MGM. Roberto is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama. He was the recipient of the 2009 Horizon Award from the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts.
BRET EASTON ELLIS (Novelist). Bret’s original novel American Psycho was published in 1991. He has written seven novels including Less Than Zero, The Rules of Attraction, Glamorama, and Lunar Park. His works have been translated into twenty seven languages. American Psycho, Less Than Zero, The Rules of Attraction, and The Informers, a collection of short stories, have all been made into films. This is the first time any of his novels have been adapted for the stage.
RUPERT GOOLD (Director) is the Artistic Director of the Almeida Theatre. He was previously artistic director of Headlong, associate director at the RSC and artistic director of Northampton Theatres. Theatrical credits include: Medea (Almeida); The Iliad (Almeida); King Charles III (Almeida/West End); Made in Dagenham (West End); The Merchant of Venice (RSC/Almeida); The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Almeida); The Effect and Earthquakes in London (Headlong/National Theatre); Time and the Conways (National Theatre); The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Three Sixty/Kensington Gardens); Romeo and Juliet; The Tempest; and Speaking Like Magpies (RSC); Enron (Headlong/Chichester Festival Theatre/Royal Court/West End/Broadway); Oliver!; The Glass Menagerie; Art; Speed-the-Plow (West End); King Lear (Liverpool Everyman/Young Vic); No Man’s Land (Gate Theatre, Dublin/West End); Six Characters in Search of an Author (Chichester Festival Theatre/Bristol Old Vic/West End); Macbeth (BAM/Broadway/Chichester Festival Theatre/West End); Faustus (Headlong); Hamlet; Summer Lightning; Insignificance; Paradise Lost; Waiting for Godot; The Weir and Betrayal (Northampton Theatre Royal/Greenwich); Othello (Northampton Theatre Royal/Greenwich Theatre); Restoration; Paradise Lost (Headlong); Scaramouche (Salisbury Playhouse/Australia, New Zealand, Canada Tour); The Wind in the Willows; On Thee We Feed (English National Opera); Privates on Parade (New Vic); Gone to LA (Hampstead); Broken Glass (Watford Palace Theatre); Habeas Corpus; Summer Lighting; Dancing at Lughnasa (Salisbury Playhouse); The Colonel Bird (Gate); Brand (NT Studio); Romeo and Juliet (Greenwich); The End of the Affair (Bridewell); Film credits include: True Story, Richard II, and Macbeth.
LYNNE PAGE (Choreographer) is a choreographer who works in Film, TV, Music, Musicals, Plays and Opera. Theatre credits include: Oh What a Lovely War (Theatre Royal Stratford East); American Psycho (Almeida & Headlong); Viva Forever! (West End); Company (Sheffield Theatres); My Fair Lady (Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg); The Cherry Orchard (National Theatre), My Fair Lady (Théâtre du Châtelet Paris); La Cage Aux Folles (Menier Chocolate Factory, West End and Broadway – 2009 What’s On Stage Award, Olivier Award Nomination, Drama Desk Nomination, Tony Award Nomination); A Little Night Music (Menier Chocolate Factory, West End and Broadway); Aspects of Love (Menier Chocolate Factory); The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (West End); Never So Good, The Merchant of Venice (National theatre); Little Shop of Horrors (Menier Chocolate Factory, West End & Tour);Bad Girls The Musical, Blonde Bombshells of 1943 (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Assassins (Crucible, Sheffield); There Came a Gypsy Riding, The Late Henry Moss (Almeida); Fabulation (Tricycle Theatre); Two Gentlemen of Verona (RSC); Bat Boy- The Musical (West End); Tell Me On a Sunday (West End); and Jesus Christ Superstar (European Tour).
ES DEVLIN (Scenic Design) is an award winning, international stage designer whose projects range from small-scale theatre to global sporting events via opera, dance, pop music and fashion. Having designed the Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics, Es has now collaborated with Fernando Meirelles on the concept for the Opening Ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympics, as well as designing performances for Adele and the current U2 Arena tour, new plays at the Royal Court Theatre and Almeida, Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet at the Barbican and Carmen on the lake at Bregenz. She has collaborated with Kanye West since 2005 designing for “Touch the Sky,” “Glow in the Dark,” “Watch The Throne” and “Yeezus” tours. Other recent adventures include: Operas for Royal Opera House, English National Opera, Glyndebourne, La Scala, Vienna; Plays for National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Complicite, Almeida, Broadway; Dance for Royal Ballet, Sadlers Wells, Cullberg Ballett, Rambert, Russell Maliphant; Concert tours for Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Goldfrapp, Pet Shop Boys, Imogen Heap, Muse; Fashion shows and exhibitions for Louis Vuitton – including shows at the new Frank Gehry designed Foundation Louis Vuitton in Paris and the Series 3 Exhibition at 180 Strand. Es’s designs have been awarded Olivier, Critics Circle, Evening Standard, TMA, TPI and Linbury Awards. She was recently made Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) in last year’s New Years Honours List.
KATRINA LINDSAY (Costume Design). Most recent and upcoming costume design credits include Harry Potter and the Cursed Child; Bend It Like Beckham (both London’s West End); wonder.land (Manchester International Festival and the Royal National Theatre); and Hamlet at the Barbican with Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role. Katrina has also designed costumes for many operas including Terry Gilliam’s productions of Damnation of Faust and Benvenuto Cellini for the ENO which have been performed around the world. As a set and costume designer, she has designed many shows at the National Theatre (most recently Behind the Beautiful Forevers and Dara), Royal Shakespeare Company, Chichester Festival Theatre and the Young Vic amongst others. She was also production designer on the film of London Road. Katrina won the 2008 Tony, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding Costume Design for Les Liaisons Dangereuses on Broadway and is a recipient of an Arts Foundation Fellowship in Costume Design.
JUSTIN TOWNSEND (Lighting Design). Broadway: The Humans, Casa Valentina; A Night With Janis Joplin; Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike; The Other Place; Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. NYC: Here Lies Love (Drama Desk Award, Lortel Award), Juan and John (Public); A Winter’s Tale and Odyssey, (Publicworks); Pretty Filthy (Civilians); A Man’s a Man, Galileo, Unnatural Acts (Classic Stage Company) Mr. Burns, a Post Electric Play (Henry Hewes Award); Milk Like Sugar (Playwrights Horizons); Luck of the Irish, On The Levee (LCT3); Opus (Primary Stages); Speech and Debate (Roundabout); Beauty on the Vine, Palace of the End (Epic Theatre) Invisible Thread, Lips Together, Teeth Apart (Second Stage). Regional: Arden, Alliance, A.R.T, Bard Summerscape, Boston Court, Baltimore’s Center Stage, Cincinnati Play House, Cleveland Playhouse, Folger Shakespeare, Goodman, Hartford Stage, Huntington Theatre, Kirk Douglas, Mark Taper, The Intiman, La Jolla Playhouse, Old Globe, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Playmakers Repertory Company, Portland Center Stage. 2014 Obie Award winner for sustained excellence in Lighting Design. Justin is an assistant professor at Brooklyn College. www.justintownsend.com
DAN MOSES SCHREIER (Sound Design). The Visit (starring Chita Rivera), Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Act One, Sondheim on Sondheim, A Little Night Music, Gypsy (Patti Lupone), Radio Golf, John Doyle’s production of Sweeney Todd, A Catered Affair, Gem of the Ocean, Pacific Overtures, Assassins, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Into the Woods,Topdog/Underdog, Dirty Blonde, and Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk. His off-Broadway credits include Road Show, Homebody/Kabul, Floyd Collins, and others. He composed music for The Merchant of Venice with Al Pacino, Julius Caesar with Denzel Washington, The Tempest with Patrick Stewart, and Dan Hurlin’s Disfarmer at St. Ann’s Warehouse. Dan has received four Tony Award nominations, three Drama Desk Awards, an Obie Award for Sustained Excellence, the Jean and Louis Dreyfus Fellowship to The MacDowell Colony and has recently been commissioned to compose a musical with Brian Selznick (The Invention of Hugo Cabret) based on Brian’s book, The Houdini Box.
FINN ROSS (Video Designer) trained at Central School of Speech and Drama in London and has won two Olivier awards for set and lighting, a Tony and a Drama Desk Award. Recent work of note: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, (National Theatre, West End & Broadway, Oliver, Tony & Drama Desk Award), American Psycho, Chimerica (Alemdia, Oliver Award), Closer (Donmar), Betrayal (Broadway), Master and Margarita, All My Sons & Shunkin (Complicite), CO2 (La Scala), The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (Royal Opera House), Benvenuto Cellini, Death of Klinghoffer, Damnation of Faust, Death in Venice, Onegin, Simon Boccanegra, Don Giovanni (ENO), Pearl Fishers, Beatrice and Benedict & Turn of the Screw (Theatre an der Wien), Hansel and Gretel, A Dog’s Heart & Magic Flute (DNO), Clemeza Di Tito and Mr Broucek (Opera North), Imago, Rinaldo & Knight Crew (Glyndebourne), Missa Solemnis (LA Philharmonic), American Lulu, Das Portrait (Bregenz), The Feeling of Going (Malmö Opera).
DAVID SHRUBSOLE (Music Supervisor & Vocal Arrangements). As a composer over 30 productions including National Gallery Singapore Opening Festival, Table, The Enchantment (National Theatre, London), and The Great Wall (music & lyrics). As an orchestrator over 30 productions including Porgy & Bess, Sweeney Todd, Aspects Of Love, Assassins, A Chorus Line, and Traveling Light (Drama Desk Nominated). As a musical director over 30 productions including London Road (National Theatre/2015 feature film), Master Class, Martin Guerre, Miss Saigon, and Matthew Bourne’s Dorian Gray. www.davidshrubsole.com
JASON HART (Music Director) is thrilled to be making his Broadway debut with American Psycho. He is involved in many theater projects with Duncan Sheik including Whisper House (Music Director), Because of Winn Dixie (Music Supervisor, Vocal Arranger and Orchestrator), Alice By Heart (Music Supervisor and Vocal Arranger), and Noir (Music Director and Vocal Arranger). Jason has toured and recorded extensively as keyboard player for Rufus Wainwright, Antony and the Johnsons, Duncan Sheik, Suzanne Vega, Camel, Renaissance, and others; and is the leader of his own progressive rock project ‘I and Thou’.
TELSEY + COMPANY (Casting). Broadway/Tours: Paramour, Tuck Everlasting, Waitress, Nerds, Fiddler on the Roof, On Your Feet!, Hamilton, Something Rotten!, An American in Paris, Finding Neverland, The King and I, Kinky Boots, Wicked, If/Then, The Sound of Music, Newsies, Pippin, Motown, Rock of Ages. Off-Broadway: Atlantic, MCC, Second Stage, Signature. Film: Aardvark, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, Tallulah, The Intern, Into the Woods. TV: “The Family,” “Grease Live!” “The Wiz Live!,” “Flesh and Bone,” “Billy & Billie,” commercials. www.telseyandco.com