Nancy Anderson (Emmy Lou) is thrilled to share the stage with Charles Busch again! Most recently Nancy understudied Glenn Close in the Broadway revival of Sunset Boulevard. Other Broadway shows include A Class Act and Wonderful Town. She starred as “Lois/Bianca” in the National Tour and West End premiere of Kiss Me, Kate (Helen Hayes and Olivier Award nominations). Last season, Ms. Anderson received her third Drama Desk nomination for best solo performance in the Off-Broadway premiere of The Pen and her third Helen Hayes Award nomination for her portrayal of “Gladys” in The Pajama Game at Arena Stage. Last year, Nancy appeared on “Madam Secretary.”She has also been featured on PBS/Great Performances broadcasts ofKiss Me, Kate and South Pacific starring Reba McEntire and has appeared twice at Carnegie Hall with Michael Feinstein. Her album of 20s and 30s jazz,Ten Cents a Dance, is available on iTunes and cdbaby.com. www.nancyanderson.name.
Christopher Borg (Louis, The Baron, Mr. Carlton, Maestro Guardi, The Priest) is thrilled to work with Charles again, having originated the role of Urdamini the Eunuch in Judith of Bethulia, and appeared as Barker in the recent staged reading of Red Scare on Sunset. Off-Broadway: Penny Pennyworth, The Play About the Naked Guy. As a writer/performer with the New York Neo-Futurists: The Complete and Condensed Stage Directions of Eugene O’Neill Vol. 2 (Drama Desk nomination), Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind (2007-2015), Locker #4173b (IT Award, Outstanding Performance Art, and (NOT) Just A Day Like Any Other. Other New York: And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little; Doric Wilson’s Street Theatre; That’s Miss Fits, to You!; Off the King’s Road; A Perfect Relationship; The Death of Griffin Hunter. Regional: Shakespeare’s R&J (Folger), Gross Indecency (Studio Theatre), Raised in Captivity (Woolly Mammoth), Bent (WSC), Pterodactyls (Source) and Kate (in Act 1) The Taming of the Shrew at The Shakespeare Theatre.
Howard McGillin (Blackie Lambert) is best known for his record-setting performance in the title role of The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway, and has appeared extensively in leading roles on Broadway and London’s West End. Other leading roles on Broadway include Gigi, The Kiss of the Spider-Woman, She Loves Me, The Secret Garden, Anything Goes (for which he earned a Tony Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award nomination), The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Tony and Drama Desk nominations, Theatre World Award), and Sunday in the Park with George. On London’s West End, Mr. McGillin starred in Mack and Mabel and Anything Goes. He was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his New York theatrical debut in the New York Shakespeare Festival’s production of La Bohème. He starred in the Stephen Sondheim/John Weidman musical Bounce, directed by Harold Prince, at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. (Helen Hayes Award nomination). Other credits include Grey Gardens and My Fair Lady at The Bay Street Theater. Mr. McGillin has sung on concert stages around the world from Carnegie Hall to the Israel Philharmonic Hall in Tel Aviv to Tokyo, New York’s Café Carlyle, 54 Below, Feinstein’s/Regency, and the Algonquin Oak Room. Appearances on “The Good Wife” and “Elementary,” and narrated episodes of “Nature” for PBS, and voices for the animated feature films South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut and The Swan Princess. Solo CD Howard McGillin: Where Time Stands Still available at cdbaby.com.
Kendal Sparks (Mickey) is delighted to be part of another Charles Busch romp, having appeared previously as a beardless youth in Judith of Bethulia(Theater for the New City) and a dog in drag in Bunnicula (Theatreworks USA). Other New York credits include:
Where’s Charley? (Encores!); Tenderloin(Musicals in Mufti); and Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol (Actors Fund). Regional credits include: A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Hartford Stage, The Old Globe); …Spelling Bee (Pioneer Theatre Company); The Producers; Hello, Dolly!; Les
Misérables; and Mame (The MUNY). Proud graduate of the Musical Theatre program at University of Michigan.
Jennifer Van Dyck (Aunt Rosalie, The Baroness, Mrs. Carlton, Louise) is delighted to be working again with Charles and Carl, having created roles inCleopatra, Judith of Bethulia, The Divine Sister, and The Third Story. This marks her eighth Busch/Andress production. Recent collaborations: workshops of Tanya Kalmanovitch’s Tar Sands at the New School; new plays by Topher Payne, Deborah Zoe Laufer, Sarah Schulman, Sinan Unel; directors Michael Barakiva, Melia Bensussen, Melinda Lopez. Broadway: Hedda Gabler, Dancing at Lughnasa, Two Shakespearean Actors, The Secret Rapture. Off-Broadway: Perfect Arrangement, Orson’s Shadow, The Castle, The Picture Box, The Breadwinner. Film and television: “Bull,” “The Good Wife,” “The Blacklist,” “Royal Pains,” “Elementary,” “Person of Interest,” many episodes of “Law & Order,” “Too Big to Fail,” Michael Clayton, Across the Universe.Regional: Bucks County, Westport Playhouse, Old Globe, Huntington, Trinity Rep, Hartford Stage, Long Wharf, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkshire Theatre Festival. Ms.Van Dyck’s narration work encompasses hundreds of audiobooks in a wide range of genres.
Carl Andress (Director). Mr. Andress’ directing credits include the world premieres of Charles Busch’s critically acclaimed plays The Divine Sister, The Tribute Artist, The Third Story, Judith of Bethulia, Cleopatra, Bunnicula
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