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Rachel Dean

RACHEL DEAN (Musical Director/Accompanist) is a New York City-based composer, pianist, and music director. She is a rehearsal pianist for the Broadway companies of Hamilton and Moulin Rouge! The Musical as well as a staff pianist at NYU Steinhardt. Most recently, she was music director and arranger for a virtual benefit for the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts’ Billy Rose Theatre Division featuring artists such as Stephanie J. Block, Annaleigh Ashford, and Alex Brightman. An ASCAP award recipient, Rachel’s work has been performed in New York (including Lincoln Center), Miami, Tokyo, Ohio, Arizona, Michigan, and New Jersey. Musicals in development include The Anxiety Project (with David Brush), Medusa (with Wes Braver), and The Ballad of Janis Matthews and the Dodo Scouts (with Giancarlo Rodaz). Rachel is a member of ASCAP, Local 802 AFM, and the Dramatists’ Guild.

Keri Rene Fuller

KERI RENE FULLER most recently starred as Jane Seymour in the Broadway company of Six The Musical. Other Broadway: Jagged Little Pill (Swing); Waitress (Francine, u/s Jenna). National Tour: Cats (Grizabella). Regional credits include title of show (Heidi), Murder Ballad (Sara), Dogfight (Rose), Les Miserables (Eponine), Lizzie Borden (Lizzie), A Chorus Line (Maggie), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Rachel), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Helena), A Winter's Tale (Perdita). TV: "Law & Order: SVU (Snowflake).

Jeff Kready

JEFF KREADY starred on Broadway as Monty Navarro in A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. Other Broadway credits: Company (David), Tootsie (Dorothy standby), Billy Elliot (Tony Elliot), Sunday in the Park with George, and Les Misérables. He was featured as Bert Healy, the radio announcer, in "Annie Live!" on NBC, starring Harry Connick Jr. He has sung with numerous symphonies across America and can be heard on the album, “The Broadway Tenors” with the UK’s National Symphony Orchestra, released by Jay Records. He and his wife, Nikki, live in New York City with their daughters, Lena and Louise. @jk_ready

Stephanie Lynne Mason

Stephanie Lynne Mason was most recently seen as “Hodl” (Hodel) in the critically acclaimed production of “Fidler Afn Dakh” (Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish) directed by Joel Grey Off-Broadway. She previously originated the role in the production downtown at The Museum of Jewish Heritage by National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene. She had returned to National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene after having played Gussie in the Drama Desk nominated revival of Amerike, the Golden Land, and Mirele in “Di Kisherfmakherin”. This was not Stephanie’s first trip to Anatevke. She made her Broadway debut in the 2015 Tony nominated revival directed by Bartlett Sher where she played Tzeitel, Hodel, Chava, Fruma Sarah and Grandma Tzietel. She has also performed in several regional productions including at Barrington Stage where she played Hodel to Tony nominee Brad Oscar’s Tevye. She has also spent time at Sun Records as Elvis Presley’s girlfriend, Dyanne in Million Dollar Quartet which she played in the Original Las Vegas Production, and then eventually took over the role on the 1st National Tour. Other favorite performances include playing Louise in Gypsy at Virginia Musical Theater and her professional debut, playing Maria in West Side Story at Houston’s Theater Under the Stars opposite Tony Award nominee Max Von Essen. She is married to Drew Seigla.

Drew Seigla

Drew Seigla as last seen on the New York stage as Pertshik (Perchik) in the Off-Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish (Fiddler Afn Dakh) directed by theatrical legend, Joel Grey. His NYC debut was as Matt (The Boy) in The Fantasticks where he continued for a solid two-year stint. Other credits include Standby for the roles of Anthony, Tobias and The Beadle in the critically acclaimed run of Sweeney Todd at the Barrow Street Theatre. Prior to pursuing a career in musical theatre, he made is professional opera debut with Lyric Opera theatre and followed up with roles with Opera North and Aspen Opera Theatre. Last season he made his New York City Opera debut as Bruno in The Garden of the Finzi-Continis. Drew holds a B.M. Voice from The Julliard School. he is married to Stephanie Lynne Mason.

Julius Thomas III

JULIUS THOMAS III is a NAACP Theatre Award nominated actor from Gary, In. He has starred in the smash hit musical Hamilton, as the title character. He is also one half of the critically acclaimed entertainment team, "The Kings Of Soul & Swing". Julius has also appeared as Berry Gordy who is the lead of the mega box office hit, Motown: The Musical (both on Broadway and across the US). TV appearances include “Modern Family”, “Sesame Street”, “Odd Mom Out”, “The Capitol Fourth Celebration”, and more. He is a featured vocalist on many recordings, but is most proud of his original song of inspiration, “I Am Here”. Available on iTunes, with proceeds benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids.


Alysha Umphress

ALYSHA UMPHRESS most recently starred in the Off-Broadway revival production of Smokey Joe’s Café. She also starred as Hildy in the Broadway revival of On the Town. Other Broadway: American Idiot (OBC); On a Clear Day You Can See ForeverPriscilla Queen of the DesertBring It On!. Off-Broadway: Make Me a Song: The Music of William Finn. Regional: Dallas Theatre Center: Hood  (Meg), Paper Mill Playhouse: Pump Boys and Dinettes (Rhetta Cupp), Signature Theatre: Beaches (Cee Cee Bloom)  Helen Hayes nomination-Best Leading Actress in a Musical. TV: “The Climb” (Misty), “Law & Order: SVU”, “Nurse Jackie”, “Royal Pains”. Recordings: Solo album- “I’ve Been Played : Alysha Umphress Swings Jeff Blumenkrantz” (available on iTunes and Amazon), “Alysha Umphress Live at the Laurie Beechman”. “American Idiot”, “Bring It On!”, “Wonderful Town” (Ruth) London Symphony Orchestra with Sir Simon Rattle, “On the Town” (Hildy), San Francisco Symphony with Michael Tilson Thomas.
“American Idiot”, “Bring It On!”, “Fugitive Songs”. Graduate of the Boston Conservatory.

Stephen DeAngelis

STEPHEN DeANGELIS (Producer/Host) is thrilled to return to The Sheen Center). He has produced over 300 different Broadway concerts at venues in New York and across the United States featuring a multitude of Broadway stars including many Tony Award and Drama Desk Award winners and nominees, stars from hit television series and films whose roots are on stage and Broadway's fastest rising young performers. Throughout his career, he has worked with over 100,000 performers across all entertainment mediums. He is also the Producing Artistic Director and Host of At This Performance... ,  the critically acclaimed concert series that has showcased the talents of  over 1100 Broadway Standbys, Understudies and Alternates since October 2003. His work as a Producer of the ongoing series was acknowledged in BroadwayWorld's List of "Best Club, Cabaret and Concert for 2021". He has cast over 3600 network television and radio commercials for Manhattan's leading advertising agencies and has contributed to many historic and award-winning spots and campaigns including many which have been recognized with Platinum, Gold and Silver Lions at Cannes. Stephen also cast the six-time Emmy Award nominated Playhouse Disney series “Johnny and the Sprites” which was seen on the Disney Channel. His work has been seen in New York and regionally in over 300 theatrical productions for companies as well as numerous festival showcases, developmental workshops and readings. Stephen is a proud member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and has staged musicals in major theatres across the country in Boston, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Dallas and St. Louis and throughout New York and New England. Stephen is the Producing Artistic Director of the new Pocono Center for the Arts which is  scheduled to open in early 2024. He has worked with Actors, Singers, Dancers, Directors, Choreographers, Composers, Lyricists and Playwrights who have been recognized with the following distinctions across all mediums: 263 Tony Award wins, 863 Tony Award nominations, 262 Drama Desk Award wins, 976 Drama Desk Award, nominations, 32 Drama League Award wins, 208 Drama League Award nominations, 197 Primetime Emmy Award wins, 843 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, 129 Daytime Emmy Award wins, 487 Daytime Emmy Award nominations, 53 Academy Award wins, 159 Academy Award nominations, 23 Olivier Award wins, 77 Olivier Award nominations, 145 Grammy Award wins, 454 Grammy Award nominations, 109 Golden Globe Award wins, 366 Golden Globe Award nominations, 5 Pulitzer Prize wins, 8 Pulitzer Prize Award nominations and 8 Kennedy Center Honors recipients.